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ALS : Yale University Library We are just putting to Sea, with a Wind fine and fair as can blow. My Love to my good old true Friend your Father, and all his worthy Sons; And my affectionate Regards to all enquiring Friends. I am Yours affectionately Endorsed: Benja. Franklin Cape-Henlopen Novr. 9th. 1764 So identified on the basis of Wharton’s reply of Nov. 13, 1764; see below, pp. 456–8....
Burned fragment of extract: New York State Library [ Burned ] hear of the Accident to the Boat On the [ burned ] being fully sensible of the Truth of What you [ burned ] concerning Indian Affairs And the Necessity of [ burned ] a Boundary, I shall urge this Point very [ burned ] On the Ministry. This extract, and one from BF ’s letter to Galloway of Dec. 1, 1767 (above, p. 332 n), were sent by...
Reprinted from William Temple Franklin, ed., Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Benjamin Franklin, LL.D., F.R.S., &c. (quarto edition, 3 vols., London, 1817–18), II , 155–6. I received your favours of November 17, and 18, with another dozen of excellent wine the manufacture of our friend Lievezy. I thank you for the care you have taken in forwarding them, and for your kind good wishes that...