Benjamin Franklin Papers

From Benjamin Franklin to Smith, Wright & Gray, 10 May 1770: résumé

To Smith, Wright & Gray

AL: New York Society Library

[Craven Street, May 10, 1770. Asks for the protest of the bill on W. Cunningham in order to send it to America.3 Wants to know what happened to the two lottery tickets bought last year for Mr. Williams of Boston.4]

[Note numbering follows the Franklin Papers source.]

3The bill for £20 sterling drawn on William Cunninghame, near Glasgow, by Alexander Findletter of Jamaica, with which Thomas Vernon of Newport had attempted to settle his postal account. See James Parker to BF above, Feb. 2.

4See above, XVI, 211, and BF to Jonathan Williams below, June 6.

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