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The way to wealth, or, Poor Richard's maxims improved : to which is added, The whistle, a true story : and The advantages of drunkenness

By: Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790
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Albany Plan of Union

By: Benjamin Franklin

...ALBANY PLAN OF UNION by BENJAMIN FRANKLIN Albany Plan of Union Benjamin Franklin Copyright ...

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Philadelphia 1785-1790

By: Benjamin Franklin

...erg.us PHILADELPHIA 1785-1790 by Benjamin Franklin _A Petition of... ...respondence. Signed, by order of the Society, B. FRANKLIN, _President._ Philadelphia, 9th of November, 178... ... we should think ourselves happy if some return with Success. My Son's Son, Temple Franklin, whom you have also seen, having had a fine Farm of 600 A... ...y, and best wishes for the whole amiable Family. LEAD POISONING _To Benjamin Vaughan_ 36 DEAR FRIEND, Philad'a, July 31, 1786... ... I have the honour to be, Reverend Sir, &c. 39 HONEST HERETICS _To Benjamin Vaughan_ _October_ 24, 1788. ------ Havin... ...ed gratis. And about the year 1736, I printed another book on the same subject for Benjamin Lay, who also professed being one of your Friends, and he... ...ounds, for which, when received, please to credit my account, and out of it pay Mr. Benjamin Vaughan, of Jeffries Square, and Mr. William Vaughan, his...

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Philadelphia 1726-1757

By: Benjamin Franklin

...llection Together http://www.Gutenberg.us PHILADELPHIA 1726-1757 by Benjamin Franklin _Articles of Belief and Acts of Religion... ... December 19, 1734 115 _On Protection of Towns from Fire_ _Mr. Franklin,_ Being old and lame of my Hands, and thereby unc... ...ennsylvania Gazette_, February 18, 1734/5 _A Man of Sense_ _Mr. Franklin,_ `Being the other Day near the Meeting-House Cor... ...zette_, February 11, 1734/5 _Reply to a Piece of Advice_ _Mr. Franklin,_ In your Paper of the 18th past, some Verses wer... ...or I don't know that I ever refus'd a Kiss to any Body but a Fool.' _Friend Benjamin,_ `I am not at all displeased at being charged wi... ...esired to communicate their Sentiments as soon as may be, by Letter directed to_ B. Franklin, _Printer, in_ Philadelphia. AUTHORS _quoted in t... ...ted with the clothes allowed him by his master, let them be what they would. Jemmy Franklin, when with me, was always dissatisfied and grumbling. Wh...

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The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin

By: Benjamin Franklin

... THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY by BENJAMIN FRANKLIN Classic Literature Collection World Public Libr... ... FRANKLIN Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OF BENJAMIN FRANKLIN Title: THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF BENJAMIN FRANKLIN Auth... ...BENJAMIN FRANKLIN Title: THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF BENJAMIN FRANKLIN Author: BENJAMIN FRANKLIN Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publis... ...... ...jamin Franklin 2 longer he knew not (perhaps from the time when the name of Franklin, that before was the name of an order of people, was assumed by ... ...St. Andrew's in Scotland) gave a contrary opinion: "For the industry of that Franklin," says he, "is superior to any thing I ever saw of the kind; I s... ...here insert it," but the poetry is not given. Mr. Sparks informs us (Life of Franklin, p. 6) that these volumes had been preserved, and were in posses... ...rld, without giving him the praise of it, I shall end my letter, my dear Dr. Franklin, with a personal application to your proper self. I am earnestly... ... One afternoon, in the height of this public quarrel, we met in the street. "Franklin," says he, "you must go home with me and spend the evening; I am...

...Introduction: BENJAMIN FRANKLIN was born in Milk Street, Boston, on January 6, 1706. His father, Josiah Franklin, was a tallow chandler who married twice, and of his seventeen children Benjamin was the youngest son. His schooling ended at ...

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London 1757-1775

By: Benjamin Franklin

...tp://www.Gutenberg.us LONDON 1757-1775 by Benjamin Franklin _William Franklin to the ... ...tier, viz. Henshaw's Fort on Delaware, Fort Hamilton, Fort Norris, Fort Allen, Fort Franklin, Fort Lebanon, Fort William Henry, Fort Augustus, Fort Ha... ... This Morning Queen Margaret, accompanied by her first Maid of Honour, Miss Franklin, set out for Rochester. Immediately on their Departure, ... ...omething between a Smile and a Sneer, L H. I must set you right there, Mr. Franklin, you are not Agent. B F. Why; my Lord? L... ...hands on them, thought it his duty to transmit them to his Constituents. B. FRANKLIN, _Agent for the House of Representatives of the Massachus... ...rl of Dartmouth One of his Majesty's principal Secretaries of State A Memorial from Benjamin 160 Franklin Agent of the Province of Massachusetts Bay.... ...rnal_, December 27, 1775 _What Would Satisfy the Americans?_ Doctor Franklin, being in England in the Year 1775 was asked by a Noblema... ...We saw her Husband Robert Page, who gave us some old Letters to his Wife from unkle Benjamin. In one of them, dated Boston July 4. 1723 he writes "Yo... ...ood Friends. I saw a Proof of it, in the Disgusts between him and 259 his Brother Benjamin; and tho' I was a Child I still remember how affectionate...

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The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin

By: Benjamin Franklin

...[pg/etext94/bfaut10.txt] The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin July, 1994 [Etext #148] This text is in the PUBLIC DOMAI... ...1994 [Etext #148] This text is in the PUBLIC DOMAIN. THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF BENJAMIN FRANKLIN WITH INTRODUCTION AND NOTES EDITED BY CHARLES W ELIOT LLD... ...S W ELIOT LLD P F COLLIER & SON COMPANY, NEW YORK (1909) INTRODUCTORY NOTE BENJAMIN FRANKLIN was born in Milk Street, Boston, on January 6, 1706. His... ...N was born in Milk Street, Boston, on January 6, 1706. His father, Josiah Franklin, was a tallow chandler who married twice, and of his seventeen chi... ...in, was a tallow chandler who married twice, and of his seventeen children Benjamin was the youngest son. His schooling ended at ten, and at twelve h... ...s, and how much longer he knew not (perhaps from the time when the name of Franklin, that before was the name of an order of people, was assumed by th... ... house with us some years. He lived to a great age. His grandson, Samuel Franklin, now lives in Boston. He left behind him two quarto volumes, MS.,... ...it," but the poetry is not given. Mr. Sparks informs us (Life of Franklin, p. 6) that these volumes had been preserved, and were in... ... Mrs. T---- to my care, and desiring me to write to him, directing for Mr. Franklin, schoolmaster, at such a place. He continued to write frequently, ...

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Boston and London

By: Benjamin Franklin

... BOSTON AND LONDON by Benjamin Franklin 1722-1726 ...

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Paris 1776-1785

By: Benjamin Franklin

...enberg.us PARIS 1776-1785 by Benjamin Franklin _The Sale of t... ...you. "THE GREAT UNCERTAINTY I FOUND IN METAPHYSICAL REASONINGS" _To Benjamin Vaughan_ DEAR SIR, Passy, Nov. 9. 1779. I... ...t the _London._ Adieu, "I THINK A WORTHIER MAN NEVER LIVED" 83 _To Benjamin Waterhouse_ SIR, Passy, Jan. 18. 1781. I ... ...y of a kind of general Power, given formerly by a Resolution of Congress to Messrs. Franklin, Deane, and Lee; but a special Commission seems more prop...

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A Plan for Colonial Union

By: Benjamin Franklin

... A PLAN FOR COLONIAL UNION by BENJAMIN FRANKLIN Classic Literature Collection World Public Libr... ...on World Public Library.org Title: A PLAN FOR COLONIAL UNION Author: BENJAMIN FRANKLIN Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publis... ...... ..............................................................................1 Benjamin Franklin .......................................................... ... ...................4 A Plan for Colonial Union i A Plan for Colonial Union Benjamin Franklin This page copyright © 2002 Blackmask Online. http://www... ... Excellency's most obedient and most humble servant, B. FRANKLIN 1. Benjamin Franklin, Complete Works .... ed.. John Bigelow (New York, 1887), II, 376...

...Table of Contents: A Plan for Colonial Union, 1 -- Benjamin Franklin, 1 -- LETTER I. CONCERNING THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE IN CHOOSING THE RULERS BY -- WHOM TAXES ARE IMPOSED, 1 -- LETTER II. ON THE IMPOSITION OF DIRECT TAXES UPON THE COLONIES WITHOUT -- THEIR CONSENT, 1 -- LETT...

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Poor Richard Improved

By: Benjamin Franklin
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Paris 1776-1785

By: Benjamin Franklin

... PARIS 1776-1785 by Benjamin Franklin ... ... a great Regard for you. "THE GREAT UNCERTAINTY I FOUND IN METAPHYSICAL REASONINGS" _To Benjamin Vaughan_ DEAR SIR, Passy, Nov... ...thy, ingenious Friends at the _London._ Adieu, "I THINK A WORTHIER MAN NEVER LIVED" _To Benjamin Waterhouse_ SIR, Passy, Jan. ... ...on the Authority only of a kind of general Power, given formerly by a Resolution of Congress to Messrs. Franklin, Deane, and Lee; but a special Commis...

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The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin

By: Benjamin Franklin

...tion Together http://www.Gutenberg.us [pg/etext94/bfaut10.txt] The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin July, 1994 [Etext #148] This text is in the PUB... ...in July, 1994 [Etext #148] This text is in the PUBLIC DOMAIN. THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF BENJAMIN FRANKLIN WITH INTRODUCTION AND NOTES EDITED BY CHARLES W ... ...CHARLES W ELIOT LLD P F COLLIER & SON COMPANY, NEW YORK (1909) INTRODUCTORY NOTE 1 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN was born in Milk Street, Boston, on January 6, 1... ...N FRANKLIN was born in Milk Street, Boston, on January 6, 1706. His father, Josiah Franklin, was a tallow chandler who married twice, and of his seve... ...ah Franklin, was a tallow chandler who married twice, and of his seventeen children Benjamin was the youngest son. His schooling ended at ten, and at... ...dred years, and how much longer he knew not (perhaps from the time when the name of Franklin, that before was the name of an order of people, was assu... ...ed in the house with us some years. He lived to a great age. His grandson, Samuel Franklin, now lives in Boston. He left behind him two quarto volu... ... insert it," but the poetry is not given. Mr. Sparks informs us (Life of Franklin, p. 6) that these volumes had been preserved, an... ...ommending Mrs. T---- to my care, and desiring me to write to him, directing for Mr. Franklin, schoolmaster, at such a place. He continued to write fre...

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Philadelphia 1726-1757

By: Benjamin Franklin

... PHILADELPHIA 1726-1757 by Benjamin Franklin _Articles of Belief and Acts of Religion_... ...te_, December 19, 1734 _On Protection of Towns from Fire_ _Mr. Franklin,_ Being old and lame of my Hands, and thereby unca... ...nnsylvania Gazette_, February 18, 1734/5 _A Man of Sense_ _Mr. Franklin,_ `Being the other Day near the Meeting-House Corn... ...ette_, February 11, 1734/5 _Reply to a Piece of Advice_ _Mr. Franklin,_ In your Paper of the 18th past, some Verses were... ...r I don't know that I ever refus'd a Kiss to any Body but a Fool.' _Friend Benjamin,_ `I am not at all displeased at being charged wit... ...sired to communicate their Sentiments as soon as may be, by Letter directed to_ B. Franklin, _Printer, in_ Philadelphia. AUTHORS _quoted in th... ...ed with the clothes allowed him by his master, let them be what they would. Jemmy Franklin, when with me, was always dissatisfied and grumbling. Whe...

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A Plan for Colonial Union

By: Benjamin Franklin

... A PLAN FOR COLONIAL UNION by BENJAMIN FRANKLIN Classic Literature Collection World Public Libr... ...on World Public Library.org Title: A PLAN FOR COLONIAL UNION Author: BENJAMIN FRANKLIN Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publis... ...... ..............................................................................1 Benjamin Franklin.......................................................... ......................4 A PLAN FOR COLONIAL UNION i A PLAN FOR COLONIAL UNION Benjamin Franklin This page copyright © 2001 Blackmask Online. http://www... ...t obedient and most humble servant, B. FRANKLIN ____________ 1. Benjamin Franklin, Complete Works .... ed.. John Bigelow (New York, 1887), II, 3...

Table of Contents: A PLAN FOR COLONIAL UNION, 1 -- Benjamin Franklin, 1 -- LETTER I, 1 -- LETTER II, 2 -- LETTER III, 4

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A Plan for Colonial Union

By: Benjamin Franklin

...A PLAN FOR by BENJAMIN FRANKLIN A PLAN FOR COLONIAL UNION Benjamin Franklin Copyr... ...ncy's most obedient and most humble servant, B. FRANKLIN ____________ 1. Benjamin Franklin, Complete Works .... ed.. John Bigelow (New York, 1887), ... ...t obedient and most humble servant, B. FRANKLIN ____________ 1. Benjamin Franklin, Complete Works .... ed.. John Bigelow (New York, 1887), II, 376- ...

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The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin

By: Benjamin Franklin

...THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF by BENJAMIN FRANKLIN The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin Benjamin F... ...The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin Benjamin Franklin INTRODUCTORY NOTE BENJAMIN FRANKLIN was born in Milk Street, Boston, on January 6, 1706. His ... ...IN was born in Milk Street, Boston, on January 6, 1706. His father, Josiah Franklin, was a tallow chandler who married twice, and of his seventeen chi... ...in, was a tallow chandler who married twice, and of his seventeen children Benjamin was the youngest son. His schooling ended at ten, and at twelve he... ...d later was for a time its nominal editor. But the brothers quarreled, and Benjamin ran away, going first to New York, and thence to Philadelphia, whe... ...s, and how much longer he knew not (perhaps from the time when the name of Franklin, that before was the name of an order of people, was assumed by th... ...he house with us some years. He lived to a great age. His grandson, Samuel Franklin, now lives in Boston. He left behind him two quarto volumes, MS., ... ...rs. T -- -- to my care, and desiring me to write to him, directing for Mr. Franklin, schoolmaster, at such a place. He continued to write frequently,... .... Andrew's in Scotland) gave a contrary opinion: "For the industry of that Franklin," says he, "is superior to any thing I ever saw of the kind; I see...

...BENJAMIN FRANKLIN was born in Milk Street, Boston, on January 6, 1706. His father, Josiah Franklin, was a tallow chandler who married twice, and of his seventeen children Benjamin was the youngest son. His schooling ended at ...

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Poor Richard Improved

By: Benjamin Franklin
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Albany Plan of Union

By: Benjamin Franklin

... ALBANY PLAN by BENJAMIN FRANKLIN Classic Literature Collection World Public Lib... ... World Public Library.org OF UNION Title: ALBANY PLAN OF UNION Author: BENJAMIN FRANKLIN Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publi... ...... ...............................................................................1 Benjamin Franklin......................................................... .................................1 Albany Plan of Union i Albany Plan of Union Benjamin Franklin This page copyright © 2001 Blackmask Online. http://ww...

Table of Contents: Albany Plan of Union, 1 -- Benjamin Franklin, 1

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Philadelphia 1785-1790

By: Benjamin Franklin

... PHILADELPHIA 1785-1790 by Benjamin Franklin ... ...committee of correspondence. Signed, by order of the Society, B. FRANKLIN, _President._ Philadelphia, 9th ... ...ke no Insurance, we should think ourselves happy if some return with Success. My Son's Son, Temple Franklin, whom you have also seen, having had a fi... ...s to Mrs. Shipley, and best wishes for the whole amiable Family. LEAD POISONING _To Benjamin Vaughan_ DEAR FRIEND, Philad'a, J... ... With great esteem, I have the honour to be, Reverend Sir, &c. HONEST HERETICS _To Benjamin Vaughan_ _October_ 24, 1788. ... ...ich he distributed gratis. And about the year 1736, I printed another book on the same subject for Benjamin Lay, who also professed being one of your... ...or twenty-five pounds, for which, when received, please to credit my account, and out of it pay Mr. Benjamin Vaughan, of Jeffries Square, and Mr. Will...

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London 1757-1775

By: Benjamin Franklin

... LONDON 1757-1775 by Benjamin Franklin _William Franklin... ...r the Frontier, viz. Henshaw's Fort on Delaware, Fort Hamilton, Fort Norris, Fort 4 Allen, Fort Franklin, Fort Lebanon, Fort William Henry, Fort Augu... ...ept. 22. 1770 This Morning Queen Margaret, accompanied by her first Maid of Honour, Miss Franklin, set out for Rochester. Immediately on thei... ...aying, with something between a Smile and a Sneer, L H. I must set you right there, Mr. Franklin, you are not Agent. B F. Why; my Lo... ...who laid his hands on them, thought it his duty to transmit them to his Constituents. B. FRANKLIN, _Agent for the House of Representatives of ... ...urable the Earl of Dartmouth One of his Majesty's principal Secretaries of State A Memorial from Benjamin Franklin Agent of the Province of Massachuse... ...nsylvania Journal_, December 27, 1775 _What Would Satisfy the Americans?_ Doctor Franklin, being in England in the Year 1775 was asked... ...a Year ago. We saw her Husband Robert Page, who gave us some old Letters to his Wife from unkle Benjamin. In one of them, dated Boston July 4. 1723 ... ...for them to part good Friends. I saw a Proof of it, in the Disgusts between him and his Brother Benjamin; and tho' I was a Child I still remember how...

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Boston and London

By: Benjamin Franklin

...ttp://www.Gutenberg.us BOSTON AND LONDON by Benjamin Franklin 1722-1726 ...

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Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, The

By: Benjamin Franklin ; Frank Woodworth Pine
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Franklin's way to wealth, or, Poor Richard improved, &c

By: Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790; Short, Bob; Short, Bob; Short, Bob
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Thoughts on the present state of affairs with America, and the means of conciliation

By: Pulteney, William; Tucker, Josiah, 1712-1799; Macpherson, James, 1736-1796; Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790
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Observations on a late publication, intituled, Thoughts on executive justice : to which is added a letter containing remarks on the same Work

By: Romilly, Samuel, Sir, 1757-1818; Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790. Letter from a gentleman abroad
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