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AL : Historical Society of Pennsylvania <London, August 26, 1777: He reports intelligence, gathered from one of Germain’s secretaries, about Howe’s and Burgoyne’s forces, the impact in England of the Battle of Trenton and of the capture of the Fox , friction between North and Germain, public puzzlement at the number of officers returning from America, and the likelihood of an insurrection in...
ALS : University of Pennsylvania Library I this moment Arrived from England and profited by the Spanish Courier to Inform you that the Wind came to the Eastward yesterday morning about 11 Clock and all the fleet in the Downs got underway and was out [ of ] Sight in the Evening. The fleet of 12 Ships of the line laying at St. Helens I make no doubt are sailed. I have also sent you two News...
ALS : Library of Congress An Offer has been made me, which I think worthy Your Attention, as it may be of Infinite service to the fleets & Armies of America. A person has Applyed to me to furnish any Quantity (not less then 20 lb weight) of Doctr: James’s fever Powders, so well known all over Europe, for fifteen Shill, Ster. an Oz. Each Oz Contains 12 Packages, and the price that James &...
AL : American Philosophical Society Mr. Allaires respectfull Compl: to Dr. Franklin has sent him Edens Letters to Carlile. Begs his Acceptance of a Bottle of Old Madeira, wishes he had more, it should be his Service. On Feb. 4 Beaumarchais wrote to Vergennes that Allaire, “un Anglais plus que suspect,” had arrived in Paris the previous Saturday (Jan. 29). Beaumarchais had him followed for two...
ALS : American Philosophical Society I am very sensible of all your civilities. I shall take the first Oppertunity to return them. I beg you will Deliver the Bearer the Paper of Powders & Edens letters to Carlile. I am with Respect Your Excellencies Most Obied H Servt Addressed: His Excellencie / Benjn: Franklin / Embassadore / A Passy Notation: Aller P. 26. May 1780. Which he had sent on Jan....