From Charles Jackson3
AL: American Philosophical Society
Septemr. 8. 1783
The unfortunate Chas. Jackson whom his kind Friend Dr. Franklin Remembered one of the happiest of Mortals when possessed of the dearest most amiable lovely & best beloved of Women, now full at heart with sorrowful Reflection on his Loss, yet full of regard & esteem likewise for his real Friend, gladly embraces the opportunity this moment afforded him of sending his most sincere & affectionate Respects to dear Dr. Franklin, by the hand of their mutual Friend—
Addressed: Benjamin Franklin Esqr. / Paris.
3. Who had sent his regards to BF in June, through Nathaniel Falconer; see Falconer to BF, June 7.