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From Benjamin Franklin to Sartine, 10 July 1780

To Sartine9

Copy: Library of Congress

Passy, July 10. 1780.

Sir

I beg your Excellency to accept my thankfull Acknowledgment for your favour to the Captain of the American Union, in permitting him to continue his Cruize. You have made him & his People very happy, and have very much obliged Your Excellency’s obedient and most humble Servant.

Mr. De Sartine.

[Note numbering follows the Franklin Papers source.]

9In response to his of the previous day, above.

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