Benjamin Franklin to General William Shirley, 1756.
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|Title||Benjamin Franklin to General William Shirley, 1756.|
|creator||Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790|
|Abstract||Is represented at home as an opposer of Government and disaffected to the King's service. Since he is acquainted with what zeal he served Gen. [Edward] Braddock and also with his readiness to assist his forces by affecting the grant from the Asembly for £10,000 in provisions and clothing; he desires him to mention these things in a letter to him that he may be at liberty to communicate it to Sir Everard Fawkener,and thus remove any impressions to his disadvantage.|
|Subject (lcsh)||Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790|
|Digital Origin||reformatted digital|
|Title||Benjamin Franklin Papers|
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