Benjamin Franklin Papers

To Benjamin Franklin from Silas Deane, 7 July 1777

From Silas Deane

ALS: American Philosophical Society

Paris 7th. July 1777.


The Gentleman from Portugal proposes being here this Morning at Ten o Clocke, he calld Yesterday supposing it was the Time you Appointed.1 I could wish you to see him. If you, and son are not engaged, pray your Company at dinner. I am most respectfully Sir, Your most Obedient and Very Humble Servant

Silas Deane

Hone. Benja. Franklin Esqr.

Addressed: A Monsieur / Monsieur Franklin / a / Passy

1See Castrioto to BF below, July 9.

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