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1Monday. June 24. 1771. (Adams Papers)
Reached Portsmouth with Lowell, and walked half an Hour with him on the Town House Floor, with Mr. Livius and Mr. Jona. Warner, &c. Put up at Tiltons, and intend to visit the Governor this afternoon. Had a good deal of Chat with Lowell on the Road. He practises much in New Hampshire, and gave me an Account of many strange Judgments of the Superior Court at Portsmouth—that an Infant, if allowed...
ALS : Yale University Library This letter is the first that survives in a correspondence that continued for the rest of Franklin’s life. The acquaintance had in all likelihood originated through Shipley’s brother William, whom Franklin had known for more than fifteen years. By 1771 it embraced the Bishop’s whole family, and was thriving as the green bay tree. Jonathan Shipley (1714–88) was...
Reprinted from William C. Lane, “Harvard College and Franklin,” Publications of the Colonial Society of Massachusetts , X (1907), 237. At a Meeting of the President and Fellows June 24th 1771. That the Thanks of this Board be given to Dr. Franklin for his kind remembrance of Harvard College expressed in his many friendly Offices and valuable Donations to this Society, particularly in his late...
4[Diary entry: 24 June 1771] (Washington Papers)
24. At Home all day—writing.
5[Diary entry: 24 June 1771] (Washington Papers)
24. Cloudy & Lowering. In the Evening Raining moderately.
6[Diary entry: 24 June 1771] (Washington Papers)
24. Began to cut grass at Doeg Run Quarter.
Your Letters of the 15th of Decr from Georgia and 20th of April from Charles Town, came duely to hand —In answer to them I have only to inform you, that, my Advertisements (which you speak of) issued in consequence of Instructions from our late Governor & Council, and that I have nothing more to do in the Affair than to receive, and deliver in to them, the several claims of the respective...
Im favoured with yours and Observe the Contents your Orders by the Adventure shall be pointedly and particularly taken notice of —I was this Morning a good deal Alarmed when we began to Overhaul your Herrings the first 3 or 4 Barrels we opned were in exceeding Bad Order On the top they were laid in promisscously without either form of packing or Salt and most of those they were filled up with...