From Henry Grand
AL: University of Pennsylvania Library
Monday morn. [before September 5, 1782]3
Mr. Grand’s most respectfull Compliments wait on Doctor Franklin & begs to be informed whether he approves being debitted of £55: for a former Invoice of Books of Messrs. Hohlenfeld & Embser at strasbourg & 9: for a late one from the same.4
Mr. Grand also craves the favour of an order for the £200 stg he sent to Mr. Wm. Hodgson in London the 18th of last April for American Prisoners.5
Addressed: A Monsieur / Monsieur le Docteur / Franklin / a Passy—
Notations in different hands: Grand / Grand
3. The date on which the 9 l.t. payment mentioned in the first paragraph was debited to BF’s private account with Henry’s father, Ferdinand: Account XVII (XXVI, 3).
4. For these books see XXXVI, 387–8, 433; XXXVII, 347.
5. For this payment see XXXVI, 440n.