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ALS : American Philosophical Society Being engaged here at Deptford, ever since I had the Pleasure of waiting on you, hindered me from delivering you my Letter, and fearing I should not be at London in three or four Days, hope you will excuse my sending it: My best Respects wait upon you, and conclude myself Your very humble Servant Addressed: For/ Benjamin Franklin, Esqr: / Craven Street/...
ALS : American Philosophical Society James Parker has occupied so many pages of these volumes that his departure from the scene deserves an obituary. His friendship with Franklin extended over almost three decades, during which their careers were in some respects strikingly parallel. Both were runaways in their youth; both helped to establish a number of newspapers on the eastern seaboard;...
It is with the sincerest regret that I am obliged to apologize for any negle[c]t in the discharge of the duty incumbent on me as Pay Master of the 16th but circumstances are such as to render it absolutely necessary. It has not been in my power to comply with the order for makeing out a return of the stores belonging to my department on hand. The clothing for the 16th Regiment was sent to the...
Transcript: Department of Records, Recorder of Deeds, City of Philadelphia <December 13, 1771. In 1741 Christopher and Mary Thompson deeded to Franklin a lot, with the reservation of an annual ground rent of £3 17 s. In 1759 Thompson bequeathed his real property to his daughter Sarah, wife of Alexander Parker, and upon her death to her four children in equal shares. In January, 1771, the four...