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From Benjamin Franklin to John Ross, 28 August 1780

To John Ross

Copy: Library of Congress

Passy, Augt. 28. 1780.

Sir,

I received yesterday your favour of the 23d.4 proposing a Ship to be freighted for our Goods. I some time since put that Business into the Hands of M. Williams, who has agreed for a Ship accordingly, that is large enough to take all we have to send.5 He will inform you of the Particulars. I am nevertheless thankful to you for your Obliging Attention to this important Business; and am, with great Esteem, Sir, your &c.

M. Ross

[Note numbering follows the Franklin Papers source.]

4Missing.

5The ship Chaumont had just purchased; see JW’s letter of Aug. 24.

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