Benjamin Franklin Papers

From Benjamin Franklin to William Strahan, 4 February 1748

To William Strahan

ALS: Huntington Library

Philada. Feby. 4. 1747,8

Dear Sir

Enclos’d is a second Bill for £19 7s.d. Sterling. The first I sent you some time since.2 Mr. Hall will write, tho’ neither of us have much Time, the Vessel hurrying away for fear of the Ice. I shall soon send you more Bills. With my best Respects to Mrs. Strahan, in which my Dame joins, and hearty Wishes for the Welfare of you and yours, I am, Dear Sir, Your obliged Friend and most humble Servant

B Franklin

[Note numbering follows the Franklin Papers source.]

2See above, p. 213.

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