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Benjamin Franklin letter

Mss 763360.1
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Identifier: Mss 763360.1
Scope and Contents Letter from Benjamin Franklin from Woodbridge, New Jersey to Mary Stevenson in which he discussed personal matters and inquires for friend. Typed transcript laid in.

Benjamin Franklin letter

Mss 772658.1
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Identifier: Mss 772658.1
Scope and Contents Letter from Benjamin Franklin to Lord Dartmouth to give Lord Dartmouth more information about the sentiments of the American people he is forwarding a letter from Mr. Cushing. Hopes to receive an answer. Includes portrait of B. Franklin.

Benjamin Franklin letter

Mss 775306.1
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Identifier: Mss 775306.1
Scope and Contents Letter from Benjamin Franklin of Phildaelphia, Pennsylvania to David Hartley, commenting on the unanimity of feeling in the colonies, introduces Captain Nathaniel Falconer.

Benjamin Franklin letter

Mss 779219
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Identifier: Mss 779219
Scope and Contents Four-page letter from Benjamin Franklin in Passy, France, to Jonathan Williams, discussing problems relating to fulfillment of contracts for supplies negotiated by Arthur Lee with Montieu and by Silas Deane with Beaumarchais.

Benjamin Franklin letter

Mss 781269
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Identifier: Mss 781269
Scope and Contents Benjamin Franklin in Passy, France supplies scientific drawings to illustrate his "Opuscule".

Benjamin Franklin letter

Mss 775677
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Identifier: Mss 775677
Scope and Contents Letter from Benjamin Franklin in Philadelphia to M. Mazzei, informing him that he heard frorm Mr. Jefferson that he was in America and that he suspects Martinelli rather than Walpole. Speaks of foreign relations.

Benjamin Franklin letter

Mss 777663
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Identifier: Mss 777663
Scope and Contents Letter from Benjamin Franklin of Passy, near Paris, to whom it may concern, certifying that M. Rolandeau of the 5th South Carolina Regiment had come to France on business, and now wishes to return to duty.

Benjamin Franklin letter

Mss 768222.1
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Identifier: Mss 768222.1
Scope and Contents Letter from Benjamin Franklin in London, to Benjamin Rush in Edinburgh, granting permission to dedicate his medical dissertation to him. Franklin's free-franked wrapper accompanies letter. Includes Brown's bibliographical note and typed transcript.

Benjamin Franklin poem

Mss 777690
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Identifier: Mss 777690
Scope and Contents Poem "Belinda", 3 stanzas, with metrical scansion of first stanza. On verso of letter from John James Doerner, probably written in December 1777, requesting letters of introduction to dignitaries in America, prepatory to launching a mercantile house in Charlestown.

Typed transcribed of first stanza of poem laid in.

François Alexandre Frédéric, duc de la Rochefoucauld-Liancourt letter

Mss 779226
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Identifier: Mss 779226
Scope and Contents Two letters from Francois Alexandre Frederic duc de Rochefoucauld-Liancourt in Paris to Mr. Franklyn [i.e. Franklin], extending an invitation from Madame Samera to dine with her.