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ALS (letterbook draft): Library of Congress I duly received yours of Oct. 10. with the Accounts, accompanied by Bills of Exchange as follows, Walker on Cunningham for £82 11 s. 5½ d. R N. Colden on Meyrick for 400 0 s. 0 d. These from you as your Ballance 482 11 s. 5½
ALS and incomplete copy: Public Record Office; letterbook draft: Library of Congress The interview described in the first part of this letter involved Franklin further in the developing crisis in Massachusetts, and the enclosure he described in the second part inflamed that crisis and deeply affected the remainder of his English mission. The importance of the letter is obvious, and so are the...
ALS and letterbook draft: American Philosophical Society I am much concern’d to hear of your Illness, and hope that long before this time you have been able to execute your Intentions of Riding, and have recovered your usual Health and Vigour. I received your Favour of Oct 21. with the Bill enclos’d drawn by Order of the Managers for promoting the Culture of Silk, on me, for £152 0 s. 9 d. in...
ALS (letterbook draft): Library of Congress I am sorry to acquaint you that the Account Mr. Colden sent over from New York by the Octr Packet is look’d upon at the Office as no Account at all, the Receipts being lump’d in one Article of £5649 2 s. 3½ d. without any State of the Accounts of the several Offices to support that Article. It is therefore rejected, and I can make no Settlement till...
ALS (letterbook copy): Library of Congress I received yours of Oct. 23. with Invoice and Bill of Lading for the Bread and Flour you shipt per Osborne, and am much oblig’d by your Care in procuring and sending it so readily. I hope you have recovered your Health. Present my best Respects to your good Brother and Sister, and believe me with sincere Regard, Your most obedient humble Servant These...
ALS (letterbook draft): Library of Congress I have received yours of Oct. 4. 8. and 13. I cannot imagine what became of my Letter of Augt. 3. from May Place. It was however of no great Importance. Mr. Denormandie is gone this Day to Geneva. I gave him a Letter of Recommendation to a Friend there. I am persuaded that your Packets were not open’d at the Office; for tho’ a Secretary of State has...
ALS (letterbook draft): Library of Congress I am favoured by your kind Letter of October 12. inclosing three Bills of Exchange, viz. Wilcocks on Baillie for £142 9 s. 6½ d. Do. on Col. Johnstone for 166 15 s. 3½ d. Roberdeau on Trevanion for 190 15
ALS (letterbook draft): Library of Congress; copy: Historical Society of Pennsylvania I duly received your Favours of Sept. 22 and Oct. 9. and am glad the Purchase proves acceptable. Our Friend Dr. Evans has remitted me the Bill you mention, drawn for the Produce of the Silk. It exceeds what I paid, and I wait Orders for the Disposition of the Overplus, particularly what I am to pay Wheeler...
When I parted with You on Pohic You did not seem inclinable to take my Land there, and I have therefore been bargaining with Mr Henderson about it as I owe a debt to the Store in Alexandria: But as I did not know but what You might come to some Terms with Mr Mercer and in that case choose to purchase mine, I chose to wait till your return before I shewed the Land to Mr Henderson, that if you...
10[Diary entry: 2 December 1772] (Washington Papers)
2. At home all day. Messrs. Dulany & Tilghman came at Dinner time, & stayd all Night.