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ALS : American Philosophical Society This letter and the two that follow directly concern the settlement of accounts between the deputy postmasters general, Franklin and Foxcroft, and William Dunlap, postmaster at Philadelphia from 1757 until 1764, in which year he was replaced by Franklin’s brother, Peter. Since it is not known precisely when Peter Franklin took over the post office in...
ALS : American Philosophical Society As I see nothing will satiate your unbounded, cruel and merciless Resentment but the entire Destruction of a poor helpless Family, no Branch of whom, I will dare to say, ever Injur’d you in Thought, Word or Deed, I have no Favor to ask at the Hands of a Man who thursts for nothing short of my Hearts Blood: Whet your Poynard Sir, and it is ready for you:...
Draft: American Philosophical Society We have read your extraordinary Letter upon which we shall make no other Observation but this, That it is not in our Power to give a Discharge for your whole Debt to the Post Office on your Payment of a Part; the Debt not being to us but to the Crown: and that If you do not immediately come to a Settlement with us, in which we are willing to give you all...
4Cash Accounts, October 1764 (Washington Papers)
Cash To Cash of Saml Moxley for Smiths Work £ 3. 5.7 Octr 8— To Ditto from Doctr [Thomas] Cockburn for Smiths Work 1.11.4 16— To Ditto recd of Mr [John] Semple by Mr Macrae 33. 0.0 Contra Octr 9— By 2522 feet Inch Pine Plank @6/6 £8.4. 50 feet Inch & ¼ Do Do @8/4 4[s]. 2[d.] Maryld Cury pd with 4 pists. & 8 Dollars £8.8.2 7. 8.0 By Edward Williams 2. 0.0 15— By Jno. Sheridine 1.10.0 By Jno....
5[October 1764] (Washington Papers)
1st. Robert Wright began to Work at my Mill. Gathered Apples for Cyder. Robert Wright, a local millwright, finished repairing GW’s mill by 20 Oct. 2. Sowed 7 Bushels of Spelts by the Orchard. Morris & George went to Work at Mill along with the Mill wright. 13. Finishd getting & securing Fodder at Muddy hole & Creek. 15. Finishd Do. Do. at Doeg Run. Finishd Sowing Wheat at Muddy hole & began to...
AD : American Philosophical Society The county elections for members of the Assembly and for local officers took place on Monday, Oct. 1, 1764, and those for representatives from the city on the following day. Both parties put up full tickets for election to the Assembly. The “Old Ticket” (representing what was often called the Quaker Party) supported for county representatives Isaac Norris,...
7[Diary entry: 1 October 1764] (Washington Papers)
1st. Robert Wright began to Work at my Mill. Gathered Apples for Cyder. Robert Wright, a local millwright, finished repairing GW’s mill by 20 Oct.