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Text:".... Plate. Sm. 40. ♦•K.aa.ii New experiments and observations on electricity. Made at Philadelphia in America. B/ BenjaminFranklin, Esq. ; and communicated in several letters to Peter Collinson, Esq..."
Date:1883
Place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...Letters to BenjaminFranklin 33 From John Smith. 1764. November 2. Burlington. Expressing pleasure at his appointment as agent of the Province; no one better qualified for the position. Wishes him..."
Date:1906
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"...Letters to BenjaminFranklin 33 From John Smith. 1764. November 2. Burlington. Expressing pleasure at his appointment as agent of the Province; no one better qualified for the position. Wishes him..."
Date:1906
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"...Letters to BenjaminFranklin 33 From John Smith. 1764. November 2. Burlington. Expressing pleasure at his appointment as agent of the Province; no one better qualified for the position. Wishes him..."
Date:Between 1706 and 1790
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"...1778] BenjaminFranklin 301 occasion to draw for his subsistence, as that consent cannot be expected from any necessity of a reciprocal compliance on Mr. Franklins part, Mr. Lee having secured his..."
Date:Between 1706 and 1790
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:".... Parsons, ijgj. xvi, 324 pp. 8^. **K.i2.i7 This is probably an authorized translation of the French translation by J. Oibclin, entitled Memoircs de la vie privee de BenjaminFranklin, published by Uuisson..."
Date:1883
Place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...1757] BenjaminFranklin 169 And now, my dear old friend, I am to take leave of you, being ordered home to England by the Assembly, to obtain some final settlement of the points that have occasioned..."
Date:Between 1775 and 1789
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...WORKS RELATING TO FRANKLIN. Ilutchins, Samuel. BenjaminFranklin: a book for the young and the old : for all. Catnbridge: priutcd for the author. i8j2. 36 pp. 16°. ♦♦K.25.25 Ingenhousz, Jan..."
Date:1883
Place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...,ob of Scotch and Irish frontier settlers, is the most horrible picture of human phrensy the Continent ever saw The pamphlet is said to have been written by BenjaminFranklin, and is among the rarest of works..."
Date:1905
Place:Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"...Letters to BenjaminFranklin 33 From John Smith. 1764. November 2. Burlington. Expressing pleasure at his appointment as agent of the Province; no one better qualified for the position. Wishes him..."
Date:1906
Place:Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"... to a better market. Yours most affectionately, B. Franklin. While BenjaminFranklin was engaged at the court of Great Britain, he had opportunities of becoming acquainted with many persons of the first..."
Date:Between 1706 and 1790
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...LETTERS TO BENJAMINFRANKLIN 33 From John Smith. 1764. November 2. Burlington. Expressing pleasure at his appointment as agent of the Province; no one better qualified for the position. Wishes him..."
Date:1906
Place:Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"...Letters to BenjaminFranklin 33 From John Smith. 1764. November 2. Burlington. Expressing pleasure at his appointment as agent of the Province; no one better qualified for the position. Wishes him..."
Date:1906
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"...112 BENJAMINFRANKLIN. THE AMBASSADOR FROM SWEDEN TO B. FRANKLIN. Translation. Paris, June 13th, 1783. Sir, I have just received his Majestys ratification of the treaty of commerce concluded..."
Date:Between 1775 and 1783
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"..., and BenjaminFranklin, should be requested to go to England, as commissioners to solicit the removal of grievances occasioned by proprietary instructions, c. When they were called upon to declare..."
Date:Between 1775 and 1789
Publication place:Chicago, Illinois, USA
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Text:"...Letters to BenjaminFranklin 33 From John Smith. 1764. November 2. Burlington. Expressing pleasure at his appointment as agent of the Province; no one better qualified for the position. Wishes him..."
Date:1906
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"... by R. Oswald, John Adams, B. Franklin, John Jay, ana Henry Laurens. Bache, Richard Meade. The lost papers of BenjaminFranklin. Reprint from Penn monthly for May, 1882. [AMOHymons.] Noplace. [/SSj.] 18..."
Date:1883
Place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...LETTERS TO BENJAMINFRANKLIN 33 From John Smith. 1764. November 2. Burlington. Expressing pleasure at his appointment as agent of the Province; no one better qualified for the position. Wishes him..."
Date:1906
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"...332 THE WRITINGS OF BENJAMINFRANKLIN [1779 takings, when they are really meant, and are not merely schemes of trade with views of introducing English manufactures into America, under pretence..."
Date:Between 1777 and 1907
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...Letters to BenjaminFranklin 33 From John Smith. 1764. November 2. Burlington. Expressing pleasure at his appointment as agent of the Province; no one better qualified for the position. Wishes him..."
Date:1906
Place:Pennsylvania, USA