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Extract in Franklin’s hand: American Philosophical Society The Vouchers to our Accounts was forwarded by the last Packet, which I hope will enable you to make a final Settlement at the Office. See the first extract above, Nov. 2. As promised in his letter above, Dec. 7. The packet was the Harriot ; her arrival was announced in the Public Advertiser , Jan. 7, 1775.
ALS : Historical Society of Pennsylvania I Humbly return ten thousand thanks to my good and kind Benefactor for his great Charity to me and return you most Humble thanks for your goodness in continuing it for me so which I Shall be Extremly frugal and beg Pardon for being So long before I returned my Gratefullness for so great kindness but I have been Extremly ill but thank God am better and...
3[Diary entry: 4 January 1775] (Washington Papers)
4. Genl. Lee went away after Breakfast. A Mr. Tarrant Breakfasted & Dined here. And Mr. & Mrs. Custis, & Miss Calvert came here in the Afternoon. Leonard Tarrant was visiting GW as a representative of the firm of Balfour & Barraud, of Norfolk, seeking to obtain from GW “about a Thousand Barr[el]s flour & a few hundred Bar[rel]s of bread” ( Balfour & Barraud to [GW], 25 Dec. 1774 , DLC:GW )....
4[Diary entry: 4 January 1775] (Washington Papers)
4. Just such a day as yesterday.
Agreeable to your request I waited on Mr Dunlap & stopd your paper [?] ours now follows [?] [ Got Ferguson at Bell’s and will send it as soon as possible etc] With regard to the Complaints of New-England Baptist I can learn nothing. I believe there was none. I suppose you have by this time read the Journal of the Congress by which you will see the Secresy was one of their first resolves; they...