Benjamin Franklin Papers

Phillipp Jacques Kamm to Franklin and Silas Deane, 12 February 1778

Phillipp Jacques Kamm2 to Franklin and Silas Deane

ALS: American Philosophical Society

Strasbourg the 12 february 1778


I have had the honour to received a letter for you from Georg michel Bishoff in Sonnenberg. I took the first opportunity of the post to Send it to you. I wish have a better occassion to assure you of my care and you would well be persuaded that I am not in wrong, If I call me Gentleman Your humble and most obedient Servant

Phillipp Jacq. Kamm

Addressed: A Messieurs / Messieurs Franklin et Deane Seigneurs Ameriqains / A Paris.

Endorsed by Franklin: Kaum with Letter of Bischoff

[Note numbering follows the Franklin Papers source.]

2We have found no trace of him or of the correspondent in “Sonnenberg” (Sonneberg, south of Erfurt?) whose letter he is forwarding.

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