Benjamin Franklin Papers

From Benjamin Franklin to Daniel Roberdeau, 28 October 1779

To Daniel Roberdeau

Copy: Library of Congress

Passy, Oct. 28. 1779.

Dear sir

I received the Copy of your Letter dated Jany. 5.9 inclosing a Letter for your Name sake at Haguenace, which I have forwarded.

With this I send you a Letter I received from a Gentleman at Bordeaux, who has married a Lady of your Name.1 I am ever with Sincere Esteem Dear sir Your most obedient and most humble servant

Hon. D. Roberdeau Esqe.

[Note numbering follows the Franklin Papers source.]

9XXVIII, 354–5. Since writing that letter Roberdeau had resigned from Congress: Burnett, Letters, IV, lxi.

1Not located.

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