Benjamin Franklin Papers

From Benjamin Franklin to Jane Mecom, 20 November 1768

To Jane Mecom

ALS: American Philosophical Society

London, Nov. 20. 1768

Dear Sister,

By this Ship, (Capt. Scot, ) Mrs. Stevenson sends you half a Piece of Muslin, Apron width, which cost Four Guineas. She hopes it will please, and presents her Compliments and best Wishes. I am in very good Health, Thanks to God: but just now very busy. So can only add, that I am, as ever, Your affectionate Brother

B Franklin

Mrs. Stevenson receiv’d the 32 Dollars, 3 Crowns and one Guinea, per Coz. Folger.3 You will write for any thing else you want.

Addressed: To / Mrs Mecom / Hanover street / Boston / per favour of Capt. Scott. / with a small Parcel

[Note numbering follows the Franklin Papers source.]

3For Folger see above, BF to DF, Oct. 5, and Jane Mecom to BF, Nov. 7, 1768.

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