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Printed in The New-England Courant , July 23, 1722. Corruptio optimi est pessima. It has been for...
Printed in The New-England Courant , July 9, 1722. On June 11 the Courant had insinuated that the...
Printed in The New-England Courant , June 25, 1722. It has been the Complaint of many Ingenious...
Printed in The New-England Courant , June 11, 1722. Quem Dies videt veniens Superbum, Hunc Dies...
Printed in The New-England Courant , May 28, 1722. Mulier Mulieri magis congruet. Ter. I shall...
Printed in The New-England Courant , May 14, 1722. An sum etiam nunc vel Graecè loqui vel Latinè...
Printed in The New-England Courant , April 30, 1722. It is undoubtedly the Duty of all Persons to...
Printed in The New-England Courant , April 16, 1722. Histories of Lives are seldom entertaining,...
Printed in The New-England Courant , April 2, 1722. The first issue of James Franklin’s...
Not found The second ballad which Franklin wrote and hawked through the streets of Boston was “a...
1991The Lighthouse Tragedy, 1718 (Franklin Papers)
Not found As a lad of twelve or thirteen Franklin “took a Fancy to Poetry, and made some little...