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1New Fables, 2 January 1770 (Franklin Papers)
Printed in The Public Advertiser , January 2, 1770 The first ascription of these fables to...
AD (copy): Historical Society of Pennsylvania [The credit entries, running from April 2, 1768, to...
Reprinted from Verner W. Crane, Benjamin Franklin’s Letters to the Press, 1758–1775 (Chapel Hill,...
AD (copy): Library of Congress The formation of the Grand Ohio Company in the early summer of...
ALS : American Philosophical Society Our Philosophical Society have at Length ordered me to draw...
ALS : American Philosophical Society I am yet here about the Jersey Laws: I sent up to New York 8...
Printed in The Public Advertiser , January 8, 1770 The Absurdity of taxing the Colonies without...
ALS : American Philosophical Society I was informed late last Night, That a Number of your and my...
Printed in The Public Advertiser , January 11, 1770 Suppose some long-headed Minister should...
Reprinted from William Darlington, ed., Memorials of John Bartram and Humphry Marshall...
ALS : Clements Library Since mine of the 9th. past, I have received your Favour of Nov. 8. with...
ALS : American Philosophical Society This is the first extant letter from a man with whom...
Printed in The Public Advertiser , January 15, 1770 To assume the Title of the Colonist’s...
ALS : Newport Historical Society The Bearer Mr. Bowman, intends for New York; and as he will be...
ALS : American Philosophical Society The natural tendency of philosophical minds to promote...
ALS : American Philosophical Society I received your Favour of Saturday early this Morning, and...
Printed in The Public Advertiser , January 25, 1770 In my last Paper I shewed, from authentic and...
Printed in The London Chronicle , January 25–27, 1770 [A request to the Chronicle , signed...
Printed in The Public Advertiser , January 30, 1770 Many Reflections being of late thrown out...
Printed in The Public Advertiser , January 29, 1770 I have shewn, that our Gains by our Colonies...
ALS : Princeton University Library By some unlucky accident I could find no person to take the...
ALS : the Royal Society Tis a common and I am afraid just complaint, that Seamen are exceedingly...
Printed in The Public Advertiser , February 1, 1770 Walpole, who declared in the House of Commons...
ALS : American Philosophical Society My last to you was from Woodbridge, where I have been...
ALS : American Philosophical Society I inclose this unfinished that I may have your Opinion...
Printed in The Public Advertiser , February 5, 1770 Lord Chatham, in his Speech on the Repeal of...
Printed in The London Chronicle , February 6–8, 1770 The people of the Massachusetts Bay in...
ALS : American Philosophical Society I inclose thee printed Copies of the Acts pass’d last...
Printed in The Gazetteer and New Daily Advertiser , February 7, 1770 Permit me to make a few...
Extract: translated and printed in Jacques Barbeu-Dubourg, ed., Œuvres de M. Franklin … (Paris,...