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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...
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...
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....