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1Poor Richard, 1736 (Franklin Papers)
...of cold Weather like rotten Sheep, and by Christmas the Inhabitants will get the better of...
..., to wit, at Midsummer, Michaelmas, Christmas, and Lady-Day, during the Copartnership...
3Poor Richard, 1743 (Franklin Papers)
...will throw up; you must continue feeding it thus until Christmas,
...New-York on Thursdays at 3 in the Afternoon, till Christmas next.
5Poor Richard Improved, 1748 (Franklin Papers)
...why, in Leap-Year, any fix’d feast (as Christmas Day for example) is found two days in the...
, at Ladyday, Midsummer, Michaelmas, and Christmas, you are to make out a true and exact...
7Poor Richard Improved, 1754 (Franklin Papers)
Now glad the Poor with Christmas Cheer;
’s suggestion, went there himself between Christmas and New Year’s. See below, p. 440. my power to wait upon you at Westover last Christmas—I
...recruiting again on 18 Nov. to be gone until Christmas Day. In 1756 he served as ensign first...