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ALS (letterbook draft): Library of Congress I hope you continue well tho’ I have not had the Pleasure of hearing from you since your Favour of Jan. 13. The Seeds I sent you last Year were not as you supposed from that Mr. Ellis who had been your Governor, but from another of the Name, Author of the enclos’d Pamphlet. I now send you a few more East India Seeds which I had from another Quarter....
ALS : Mrs. Craig Barrow, Wormsloe, Savannah, Ga. (1961) In my last I acquainted you with the Change of Ministry in the American Department, as then expected. It has since taken Place: And from the Character of Lord Dartmouth we may hope there will be no more of those arbitrary Proceedings in America that disgrac’d the late Administration. Inclos’d I send you a small Quantity of Upland Rice...
ALS : Buffalo and Erie Public Library On my late Return from the Country I found your Favour of March 18. which had been left by Mr. Stephens. I have not since seen him, but shall be glad of any Opportunity of serving him on your Recommendation. I see by the Papers that your new Assembly is dissolved. I am concern’d at the uncomfortable Train your public Affairs have lately taken, but hope it...
AL (letterbook draft; incomplete): American Philosophical Society I was in Ireland when your respected Favour of July 8. arrived at my House here. On my Return, which was just before the Meeting of Parliament I by a Line or two, acknowledg’d the Receipt of it, intending to write more largely as soon as any Business should occur. I hoped the Petition relating to the controverted Lands would...
Transcript : Harvard University Library In mine of May 1. I enclosed a copy of the Petition intended to be presented to the King in Council, in behalf of the possessors of the lands claimed by Sir William Baker’s assigns. I am now to acquaint you, that it was presented accordingly, and is referred down to the Board of Trade for their opinion. But as the Board is about to adjourn for some...
ALS (conclusion only): National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution <No place or date, but endorsed “B. Franklin Esq. March or Apl. 1771.” Asks the recipient to accept “a few Seeds from India, that I am told are of curious and useful Plants, and likely to thrive in your Country.” > This phrase and the endorsement give grounds for supposing that Jones may have been the...
ALS : Historical Society of Pennsylvania I duly received your several Favours of Oct. 9. and December 13. inclosing Bills of Exchange, viz. On Greenwood & Higginson for £100 0 s. 0 d. On Campbell for - - - - - - - - - 20 0 s. 0 d. £120 0 s. 0 d.
ALS : Blumhaven Library and Art Gallery, Philadelphia The within is a Copy of mine that went with the Gowns and Mace, which I hope got safe to hand. One of the Bills, (that for the Mace) contain’d, by the Silversmith’s Mistake, an Article of Buckles that should not have been in it. The true Amount of that Bill, on Account of your Province, is only - - - - - - - - - - £88 8 s. 1 d. That for the...
ALS (copy in Franklin’s hand): American Philosophical Society I have now sent you the Mace and Gowns you ordered. They are in two Boxes marked NWJ. No. 1, 2. and directed for you. I have put them into the Care of Mr. Crouch of your Province, who promises to ship them with his own Things. The Gowns are exactly such as are commonly used by the Speaker and Clerks here: It is only when the House...
ALS : Bibliothèque Municipale de Nantes I wrote to you sometime since that I had receiv’d your Orders to procure a Mace and Gowns suitable for your Assembly, and that I hoped to have them ready to go by this Ship. The Gowns are accordingly ready; but the Silversmith has not kept his Time. So I think it best to send the Whole together, which I shall do by the first Opportunity after the Mace is...