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ALS (draft): Library of Congress En attendant que j’aie l’avantage de répondre plus au long à la...
ALS : Historical Society of Pennsylvania; draft: American Philosophical Society I have just now...
Printed in Benjamin Vaughan, ed., Political, Miscellaneous, and Philosophical Pieces . . ....
ALS : Duke University Library The frequent accounts of your Intentions of leaving England, also...
ALS : Central Library, Sheffield The background of this letter was conversations between the two...
ALS : Yale University Library I arrived here well the 5th. after a pleasant Passage of 6 Weeks. I...
ALS : Yale University Library Welcom a Hundred times Welcom to our once happy Land. Are you in...
ALS : Yale University Library God be Praised for bring you Saif back to America and soporting you...
Printed in Votes and Proceedings of the Province of Pennsylvania . . . (6 vols., Philadelphia,...
ALS : Mrs. Arthur Loeb, Philadelphia (1955) This short letter is tantalizingly uninformative. It...
ALS : Harvard University Library I arrived here on Friday Evening, and the next morning was...
ALS : Darmouth Dartmouth College Library What as far as we know was the first letter Franklin...
AL : American Philosophical Society Mrs. Montagu presents her compliments to Dr. Franklyn, and is...
Printed in Transactions of the American Philosophical Society . . ., II (1786), 325. On his...
LS : Massachusetts Historical Society; draft: Massachusetts Archives; copies: National Archives...
ALS : American Philosophical Society I have only time till [ to tell] you I hope your wellcom, to...
ALS : American Philosophical Society I have not been fortunate enough to be in Craven Street when...