Franklin, John to Benjamin Franklin, 1753 November 26

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TITLE INFORMATION
TitleFranklin, John to Benjamin Franklin, 1753 November 26
ASSOCIATED NAMES
Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
CreatorFranklin, John, 1690-1756.
CONTENT DESCRIPTION
AbstractBoston. Furnace stands well; the glassmen fully employed in making window glass and bottles, expects the former will be thought good enough to glaze the church. Reasons for the small profits incident to the position of General Postmaster; dishonesty of post-riders. Brother Peter in town and talks of writing to Franklin. Progress of the buildings; a tenant has bespoke one of them.
NoteHays' number: I, 22
LanguageEnglish (eng)
Subject (lcsh) Postal service--United States--History--Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775
Subject (lcsh) Postal service--United States--History.
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION
TypeText
Formatelectronic resource
Extent1 p.
Digital Originreformatted digital
Reformatting Qualityaccess
ORIGIN INFORMATION
Date Issued1753-11-26
Date Modified2018
PARENT COLLECTION
TitleBenjamin Franklin Papers
Call NumberMss.B.F85
URLhttp://www.amphilsoc.org/collections/view?docId=ead/Mss.B.F85inventory01-ead.xml
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