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Ben Franklin laughing : anecdotes from original sources by and about Benjamin Franklin / edited with an introd. by P. M. Zall.

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Berkeley : University of California Press, c1980.

1980

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Early American views on Negro slavery, from the letters and papers of the founders of the Republic [by] Matthew T. Mellon. [New ed.] with a new introd. by Richard B. Morris.

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New York, Bergman Publishers [1969]

1969

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An historical review of the constitution and government of Pensylvania [sic], from its origin; so far as regards the several points of controversy, which have, from time to time, arisen between the several governors of that province, and their several assemblies. Founded on authentic documents ...

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London, Printed for R. Griffiths, 1759.

1759

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An historical review of the constitution and government of Pennsylvania, from its origin; so far as regards the several points of controversy which have from time to time arisen between the several governors of Pennsylvania and their several assemblies. Founded on authentic documents...

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Philadelphia, Reprinted by Wm. Duane, 1808, from the London edition of 1759.

1808-1759

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An historical review of Pennsylvania, from its origin. Embracing among other subjects, the various points of controversy which have arisen, from time to time, between the several governors and the assemblies. Founded on authentic documents. By Benjamin Franklin, L.L.D. (Originally published in London)

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Philadelphia, Published by E. Olmsted and W. Power, 1812.

1812

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Letter, 1777 May 26, Paris, to the Secret Committee [i. e. the Committee of Foreign Affairs, Philadelphia]

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1777.

1777

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A concordance to the sayings in Franklin's Poor Richard, by Frances M. Barbour.

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Detroit Gale Research Co. [1974]

1974

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Précis de l'état actuel des colonies angloises dans l'Amérique septentrionale [Traduction] par Dominique de Blackford.

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Milan, Chez Les Freres Reycends, libraires, 1771.

1771

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Franklin of Philadelphia in London ...

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New York, Private printing, 1971.

1971

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The old mistresses' apologue, known as Advice to a young man on the choice of a mistress. Written on the 25th of June 1745 by Benjamin Franklin. With wood engravings by Claire Van Vliet.

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Newark, West Burke, Vt., Janus Press, 1975.

1975

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The world's great confessions : Rousseau, Cellini, De Quincey, Pompadour, Franklin, St. Augustine.

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New York : Tudor Pub. Co. c1929.

1929

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Parable against persecution : for solo, mixed chorus, orchestra, piano and organ / by Hugo Ch. Adler ; piano-score.

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Worcester, Mass : [H.C. Adler], 1946.

1946

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The Pennsylvania gazette [microform].

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[Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by B. Franklin and H. Meredith], 1729-1815

1729-1815

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Vue d'Amérique : la Révolution française jugée par les Américains : textes / présentés et traduits par Simon P. Newman et Jean-Pierre Dormois ; préface de Patrice Higonnet.

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Paris : France-Empire, 1989.

1989

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Poor Richard's almanack : for SATB (a cappella) / Allan Blank ; text by Benjamin Franklin.

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New York, N.Y. : American Composers Alliance, c1987.

1987

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Early American views on Negro slavery, from the letters and papers of the founders of the Republic, by Matthew T. Mellon.

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Boston, Meador Publishing Company, 1934.

1934

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La Puce a l'oreille du Bon-Homme Richard, capitaine dans la garde non-soldée, a Paris. Seconde partie. Chapitre des réflexions.

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A Paris : [s.n.], 1791.

1791

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La Puce a l'oreille du Bon-Homme Richard, capitaine dans la garde non soldée, a Paris.

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A Paris : [s.n.], octobre 1791.

1791

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George Bancroft collection, 1606-1887.

Mixed material

1606-1887

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Philip Schuyler papers, 1705-1864.

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1705-1864

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George Washington papers, 1694-1979.

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1694-1932

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Reminiscences of Benjamin Franklin as a diplomatist / by James Breckenridge Waller.

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[Chicago? : s.n., 1879?]

1879

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Benjamin Franklin, "doer of good"; a biography.

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Edinburgh, W.P. Nimmo [1868?]

1868

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Letter from the Secretary of State transmitting a report of Theodore F. Dwight on the papers of Benjamin Franklin offered for sale by Mr. Henry Stevens, and recommending their purchase by Congress. December 20, 1881. Referred to the Committee on the Library and ordered to be printed.

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[Washington, 1881]

1881

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Pensylvanische Fama, oder: Ordentliche Relation derer einlauffenden Neuigkeiten

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[Philadelphia] Pa. : B. Franklin und J. Bohm

175-1751

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Patriotic nuggets: Franklin, Washington, Jefferson, Webster, Lincoln, Beecher. Gathered by John R. Howard.

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New York, Fords, Howard, & Hulbert [c1899]

1899

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American history from German archives / by J.G. Rosengarten : read before the American Philosophical Society, April 16, 1900.

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[Philadelphia : s.n., 1901?]

1901

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Some information respecting America, collected by Thomas Cooper, late of Manchester.

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London, Printed for J. Johnson, 1794.

1794

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Some information respecting America / collected by Thomas Cooper.

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London : Printed for J. Johnson, 1795.

1795

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An account of the Cape Fear country, 1731, by Hugh Meredith; ed. by Earl Gregg Swem.

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Perth Amboy, N.J., C. F. Heartman, 1922.

1922

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Principles of trade. Fredom and protection are its best suport; industry, the only means to render manufactures cheap. Of coins; exchange; and bountys; particularly the bounty on corn. By a well-wisher to his king and country. With an apendix. Containing reflections on gold, silver, and paper pasing as mony.

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London, Brotherton and Sewell, 1774.

1774

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Benjamin Franklin and chess in early America.

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Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press [1958]

1958

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Benjamin Franklin & Polly Baker; the history of a literary deception.

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Chapel Hill, Published for the Institute of Early American History and Culture at Williamsburg, Va., by the University of North Carolina Press [1960]

1960

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The works of the late Dr. Benjamin Franklin ...

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Philadelphia: [v.p.], 1809-1817.

1809-1817

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M.T. Cicero's Cato major, or his Discourse on old age: with explanatory notes.

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Philadelphia, Printed and sold by B. Franklin, 1744.

1744

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Cato major; or, A treatise on old age, / by M. Tullius Cicero. ; With explanatory notes from the Roman history. By the Honourable James Logan, Esq; ...

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[Glasgow] : Philadelphia, printed. Glasgow, reprinted by R. Urie., 1758.

1758

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M.T. Cicero's Cato major, or Discourse on old age. Addressed to Titus Pomponius Atticus. With explanatory notes. By Benj. Franklin, LL. D.

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London, Fielding and Walker, 1778.

1778

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Selections from American authors. A reading book for school and home. Franklin, Adams, Cooper, Longfellow. Edited by Samuel Eliot.

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New York, Taintor Brothers, Merrill & Co. [1879]

1879

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Educational views of Benjamin Franklin, edited by Thomas Woody ...

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New York and London, McGraw-Hill book company, 1931.

1931

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The Immortal mentor: or Man's unerring guide to a healthy, wealthy, & happy life. In three parts. By Lewis Cornaro, Dr. Franklin, and Dr. Scott. [Four lines from Pope].

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Published by Daniel Fenton, Mill-Hill, near Trenton. Printed by Brown and Merritt, Philadelphia. 1810.

1810

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