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eBook The Papers of Benjamin Franklin Volume 1 January 6, 1706 Through December 31, 1734 download ISBN: 0300006500
Author: Leonard W. Labaree,Benjamin Franklin
Publisher: Yale University Press (September 10, 1959)
Language: English
Pages: 488
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Other books in the series. The Papers of Benjamin Franklin (1 - 10 of 22 books).

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The Papers of Benjamin Franklin. vol. 1. January 6, 1706 through December 31, 1734. Leonard W. Labaree, Ed. Yale University Press, New Haven, Conn. lxxxviii + 400 pp. Illus.

In this volume Franklin is representing the Pennsylvania Assembly in London, meeting with limited success .

In this volume Franklin is representing the Pennsylvania Assembly in London, meeting with limited success before the Privy Council over the question of the Proprietor's alleged fraud in Indian lands and with complete reversal over an issue of parliamentary privilege. The personal antagonism between him and Proprietor Thomas Penn develops into an angry break. His personal success.

Franklin, Vol. 1 Volume 1: January 6, 1706 through December 31, 1734 Benjamin Franklin, Leonard W. Labaree. Here is his famous Epitaph and his ritual for private worship, "Articles of Belief and Acts of Religion," together with legal and business papers connected with his printing business.

The Papers of Benjamin Franklin, Vol. Also included is a genealogy, the fullest ever compiled, of Franklin's complicated family, with chronology of Franklin's first twenty-nine years. Each volume will have its own index, with a cumulative index at the end.

Book in the The Papers of Benjamin Franklin Series). Early in the period covered by this volume Franklin wrote the "Canada Pamphlet," one of his earliest and most important efforts to influence British public opinion. by Benjamin Franklin. In it he urged that in peace negotiations with France, Great Britain should insist on receiving the whole of Canada as a permanent possession, rather than the island of Guadeloupe.

book by Benjamin Franklin.

Volume 56, Issue 2, June 1960.

Items related to The Papers of Benjamin Franklin Volume 1 January 6. .List this Seller's Books.The Papers of Benjamin Franklin Volume 1 January 6, 1706 Through December 31, 1734. Published by Yale University Press, New Haven, 1959. Condition: Near Fine/Fine Hardcover.

Volume 1: January 6, 1706 through December 31, 1734 "Volume contains as nearly as possible everything that Franklin wrote, up to and including the year 1734.

Volume 1: January 6, 1706 through December 31, 1734. Volume contains as nearly as possible everything that Franklin wrote, up to and including the year 1734.

This is the first volume to come from a great scholarly undertaking, the assembly and editing of Benjamin Franklin's complete writings and correspondence. Sponsored jointly by the American Philosophical Society and Yale University, this new edition of forty volumes will contain everything that Franklin wrote that can be found and, for the first time, in full or abstract, all letters addressed to him, the whole arranged in chronological order. To be published over a period of fifteen years, it will supersede all previous editions, for thousands of letters by Franklin have been located since Smyth's edition fifty years ago.This first volume, for example, contains more than triple the amount of material in the Smyth edition for this period of Franklin's life, from his birth on January 17, 1706 to the end of 1734. This is a period reflecting the young Franklin of Boston and Philadelphia as a man of letters—essayist, journalist, pamphleteer—and as a rising young printer. here are the literary pieces he wrote and printed in the New-England Courant, the American Weekly Mercury, or the Pennsylvania Gazette, or as separately printed pamphlets. Here are the first issues of Poor Richard's Almanack. Here is his famous Epitaph and his ritual for private worship, "Articles of Belief and Acts of Religion," together with legal and business papers connected with his printing business. Also included is a genealogy, the fullest ever compiled, of Franklin's complicated family, with chronology of Franklin's first twenty-nine years. Each volume will have its own index, with a cumulative index at the end. As a large proportion of Franklin's literary production has never been reprinted since it first appeared in the 1720s and 1730s, this volume should add usefully to the available body of early American materials. Especially significant to collectors will be the reproduction in photographic facsimile, for the first time, of the entire twenty-four pages of the "first impression" of the first Poor Richard, that for 1733, from the unique copy in the Rosenbach Foundation.