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From Benjamin Franklin to William Hodgson, 30 January 1781

To William Hodgson

Draft9 and copy: Library of Congress

Passy Jan 30. 81.

Dear Sir

I recd your Favour of the 9th. Inst. I am convinc’d of the Reasonableness of your Remarks, and leave the Disposition of the Money entirely to your Discretion. As I had formerly written to Mr Digges on the same Subject, and on the Stoppage of our Correspondence wrote to you,1 I wish it may be convenient to you to see him, so as that you may not be both doing the same thing unknown to each other. I will immediately order an Additional Sum into your Hands, as I hear the Prisoners are encreas’d. With many Thanks & Blessings. I am, Dear Sir, Y. m. o. & m. h. S.

Mr. Hodgson

[Note numbering follows the Franklin Papers source.]

9In WTF’s hand.

1BF to Digges, Dec. 5, and to Hodgson, Dec. 18, both above.

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