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AL : American Philosophical Society Mr. Keay presents his Respects to Mr. Franklin, and takes the liberty of sending to him a political Pamphlet, by desire of the Author. If Mr. Franklin has any commands for England, Mr. K. will be happy to receive them on Sunday Evening, when he hopes to pay his Respects to Mr. Franklin, at Passy. An Englishman who was already acquainted with BF and in later...
AL : American Philosophical Society Mr. Keay presents his Respects to Mr. Franklin, & returns many thanks for the History of the Welch Poetry: he should not have kept it so long, had he not flatter’d himself every day with the pleasure of accompanying Made. de Cheminot to wait upon Mr. Franklin; But she is still so weak as not to be able to bear the motion of the Carriage. Notation: Keay...
AL : University of Pennsylvania Library Mr. Keay presents his Respects to Mr. Franklin, & takes the liberty of enclosing the relation of the Accident at Philadelphia. The Person who mention’d it to Made. de Cheminot had seen Conductors upon the House, & had hastily concluded, that they had been put up previous to the accident, which they certainly were not— Madame de Cheminot presents her...