Benjamin Franklin Papers Part 13 -- Business Records of Franklin

Mss.B.F85inventory13

Date: 1716-1790 | Size: 1 section, 829 items

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Detailed Inventory

Bills and Business Memoranda
1716-1790581 item(s)
LXVI, 25b. Stackhouse, Henry.
Receipt to John Frost
17161 p.LXVI, 25b

Rec'd of John Frost ten bushels of good wheat upon the acpt of Daniell Done Junior for the use of John Hough Junior on his order by me Henry Stackhouse

LXVI, 26. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Ledger Page
17252 p.LXVI, 26

List of incomes and expenditures. [Fragment]

LXVI, 33b. Langhorne, Jeremiah.
Notes on Accounts
1726-17301 p.LXVI, 33b

Notes on accounts with Martha Darks (?), James Moon, William Meade, etc.

LXVI, 28b. Growdon, Lawrence. Mullins, John.
Account of Sale
1727-17281 p.LXVI, 28b
LXVI, 27. Bills of Exchange
1728 March3 p.LXVI, 27

Several bills of exchange, including one from John Sexton to Edward Tipton. Also includes list of goods imported from and exported to Pennsylvania.

LXVI, 28a. Langhorne, Jeremiah.
Account with Bucks County
1728 October 14 p.LXVI, 28a
LXVI, 17. Bills of Exchange
1728-17292 p.LXVI, 17

Several bills of exchange, including two from Henry Gillett to Lawrence Growdon and two from William Fenton to George Greenor. On reverse is a list of a couple of goods imported to and and many goods exported from Maryland.

LXVI, 29. Plumstead, Clement.
Account with Jeremiah Langhorne
1730 June 291 p.LXVI, 29
LXVI, 16b. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Bill to Andrew Hamilton for Printed Items
[1730]1 p.LXVI, 16b

Bill is for common blanks, sheets of laws, advertisements, bonds, certificates, powers of attorney, etc.

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LXVI, 32a. Hamilton, James, 1710-1783.
Receipt to Jeremiah Langhorne, Treasurer of the County of Bucks
1731 September 241 p.LXVI, 32a

Philadelphia. Receipt from the province of Pennsylvania for money provided by Bucks County.

LXVI, 34b. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Account with the Estate of John Spence
1731-17331 p.LXVI, 34b

Amount due for tobacco papers and reams of paper.

LXVI, 51c. Boynton, Peter.
Captains' Expenses; Account with Michael Koyle
1731-17422 p.LXVI, 51c

Expenses relating to the upkeep of a sailing vessel. Includes itemized expenses for various captains working for Boynton (Captains Banton, Lecrow, Shevelair, and Price) during the year 1731. On the reverse, is the account for Michael Koyle including expenses for nails, pitch, planks, sugar, and an anchor from 1735-1742.

LXVI, 32b. Hassert, Arent.
Statement of Account with Benjamin Franklin
1732 March 211 p.LXVI, 32b

Philadelphia. Bill for the purchase of tea and pepper.

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LXVI, 33a. Hassert, Arent.
Receipt to Benjamin Franklin
1732 June 291 p.LXVI, 33a

Philadelphia. Receipt for the purchase of pepper, with note from Franklin "that in this Bill there is 3/6 overcharged"

LXVI, 36a. Fruen, John.
Receipt to Benjamin Franklin
1733 January 151 p.LXVI, 36a

Received from Franklin the sum of three pounds on account of bread.

LXVI, 37a. Newbury, John.
Account with Jeremiah Langhorne
1733/1734 January 171 p.LXVI, 37a

Statement for wine bottles, punch bowls, beer, and supper. Paid in full

LXVI, 34a. Emory, Jonathan.
Invoice of Two Cask Flour
1733 March 221 p.LXVI, 34a
LXVI, 35c. Scholtze, George, 1711-1779.
Statement of Account to Madame Franklin
1733 December 181 p.LXVI, 35c
LXVI, 43b. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Statement of Account with Robert Charles
1734/1735 February 51 p.LXVI, 43b

For printing, paper, subscription to the Gazette, etc.

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LXVI, 43c. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Statement of Account with P[atrick] Gordon
1734/1735 February 51 p.LXVI, 43c

Statement for subscription to the Gazette, and an advertisement in the same.

LXVI, 34c. Hassert, Arent.
Statement of Account with Benjamin Franklin
1734 September 41 p.LXVI, 34c

Philadelphia. For purchase of tea and pepper.

LXVI, 40. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Statement of Account with Thomas Penn
1734 October 241 p.LXVI, 40

Bill for printing and paper, advertisements, binding, a Book of Constitutions, etc.

LXVI, 35a. Hassert, Arent.
Statement of Account with Benjamin Franklin
1734 November 141 p.LXVI, 35a

Philadelphia. For purchase of tea and pepper.

LXVI, 39b. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Statement of Account with Thomas Penn
1734 November 271 p.LXVI, 39b

Bill for printing and paper, advertisements, binding, a gilt Book of Constitutions, etc.

LXVI, 41a. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Statement of Account with Mr. Steele
1734 December 11 p.LXVI, 41a

Bill for printing, paper, binding, writing tools, etc.

LXVI, 41b. Scholtze, George, 1711-1779.
Bill
1734 December 311 p.LXVI, 41b

Philadelphia. Asking Franklin to pay an old debt upon the account of Louis Timothee.

Other Descriptive Information: See also LXVI, 39a

LXVI, 38. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Account with the Honourable Pro[prie]tories
17341 p.LXVI, 38

Bill for paper and printing, advertisements, etc.

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LXVI, 43a. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Statement to the Hon[ourable] Proprietories
1734-17351 p.LXVI, 43a

For printing

LXVI, 42. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Printing Accounts
1734-17362 p.LXVI, 42

List of accounts kept by Franklin as a printer.

LXVI, 46b. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Statement to the Hon[ourable] Proprietories
1735/1736 January 201 p.LXVI, 46b

Philadelphia. Statement for accounts for books for the lottery, advertisements, paper, etc.

LXVI, 44a. Farrell, Edmund.
Receipt to Benjamin Franklin
1735 April 101 p.LXVI, 44a

Payment by Franklin for 50 shillings for unidentified good/service.

LXVI, 44c. Farrell, Ambrose.
Receipt to Benjamin Franklin
1735 April 291 p.LXVI, 44c

Receipt for Franklin for paying 20 shillings "on account of my father."

LXVI, 45a. Snowdon, John.
Note to Benjamin Franklin
1735 July 161 p.LXVI, 45a

Philadelphia. Asks Franklin to send him 3 copies of Mr. Hemphill's pamphlets.

LXVI, 45c. Wilkinson, William.
Receipt to Dr. Franklin
1735 July 271 p.LXVI, 45c

Southampton. Receipt for large hair "matras" [mattress], pillows, etc.

LXVI, 46a. Warner, E. E. & S..
Statement of Accounts with Benjamin Franklin
1735-17371 p.LXVI, 46a

Statement of accounts due for [shoes] made for Franklin's family and servants

LXVI, 45b. Simmons, Abiel.
Receipt to Benjamin Franklin
1735 July 231 p.LXVI, 45b

Newport. Received from Peter Franklin one quintel of codfish on board the sloop Elizabeth which Simmons promises to deliver, danger of seas excepted, unto Benjamin Franklin, printer in Philadelphia, he paying freight according to custom.

LXVI, 49b. Statement of Account with Benjamin Franklin
1736 May 41 p.LXVI, 49b

Bill for linen. Merchant unidentified.

LXVI, 44b. White and Taylor.
Statement to Benjamin Franklin
1736 June 281 p.LXVI, 44b

Statement on purchase for paper, etc.

LXVI, 50b. Gezell, John William.
Note to Benjamin Franklin
1736 July 71 p.LXVI, 50b

A note asking Franklin to send with the bearer of the message, Mr. Jannier, a well bound book for use as a day book, and charge it to Gezell's account.

LXVI, 50c. Griffitts, Isaac.
Receipt to Benjamin Franklin
1736 July 71 p.LXVI, 50c

Receipt for three payments for the sum of twenty pounds.

LXVI, 51a. French, Daniel.
Note to Mr. McGee
1737 March 131 p.LXVI, 51a

Asks for a barrell of limes for his sister Chalmers at Captain Stuarts' in Philadelphia and for Mr. Franklin to send him a ream of paper.

LXVI, 51b. Hassert, Arent.
Receipt to Benjamin Franklin
1737 April 121 p.LXVI, 51b

Receipt for four pounds paid.

LXVI, 50a. Biddle, John.
Statement of Account with Benjamin Franklin
1737 May 291 p.LXVI, 50a

Bill for stabling horses.

LXVI, 49a. Sober, Thomas.
Statement of Account with Benjamin Franklin
1737 August 181 p.LXVI, 49a

Philadelphia. Statement for paper, pots, linen, etc. over the period 1735-1737.

LXVI, 52. Anty, Henry.
Receipt to Benjamin Franklin
1737 October 171 p.LXVI, 52

For a payment of forty shillings paid by Franklin on account of William Dewees [papermaker].

LXVI, 53. Statement of Account with Benjamin Franklin
1738 April 161 p.LXVI, 53

Itemized list of paper ordered by Franklin over the period of 1736-1738.

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LXVI, 54a. Statement of Account with Benjamin Franklin
1738 November 92 p.LXVI, 54a

Itemized list of linens and related materials ordered by Franklin over the period of 1735-1738.

LXVII, 76. Potts, Stephen, 1704/5-.
Receipt for a pair of breeches
[1738] December 231 p.LXVII, 76

To be supplied by Isaac Corin and charged to the account of Benjamin Franklin.

LXVI, 56b. List of Expenses
1739 August 161 p.LXVI, 56b

Brief list of expenses for snuff and tobacco. "Potts" is also written on the paper.

LXVII, 99.5. Bill of Lading
1739 August 271 p.LXVII, 99.5

Bill for the shipment of six bundles of press papers to Newport, Rhode Island by Benjamin Franklin

LXVI, 55. Croker, John.
Statement of Account with Benjamin Franklin
17391 p.LXVI, 55

Bill for tailoring, cash and sundries, funeral expenses, etc.

LXVI, 62. Browne, Daniel.
Statement of Account with Benjamin Franklin
1741 February 273 p.LXVI, 62

Itemized list of books purchased by Browne for Franklin.

LXVI, 61. Dewees, William.
Statement of Account with Benjamin Franklin
1741 March 161 p.LXVI, 61

Itemized list of paper ordered by Franklin over the period of 1740-1741.

LXVI, 54b. Meade, William.
Statement of Account with Benjamin Franklin
1741 April 101 p.LXVI, 54b

List of shoes ordered by Franklin over the period 1738-1739 and paid for in 1741.

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LXVII, 113. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Post office accounts
1741 June 241 p.LXVII, 113
LXVI, 63a. Dewees, William.
Bill of Exchange
1741 September 81 p.LXVI, 63a

Bill drawn on Benjamin Franklin, to be paid to George Arnold.

LXVII, 121a. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Balance due to General Post Office
[1741-1773]1 p.LXVII, 121a
LXVII, 112. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Post office accounts
[1741-1773]1 p.LXVII, 112
LXVII, 116. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Post office accounts
[1741-1773]1 p.LXVII, 116
LXVII, 118. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Postage notes
[1741-1773]1 p.LXVII, 118
LXVII, 119. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Postage notes
[1741-1773]1 p.LXVII, 119
LXVII, 121b. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Postage notes
[1741-1773]1 p.LXVII, 121b
LXVI, 64. Beddome, Joseph.
List of Books Purchased
1742/1743 February 124 p.LXVI, 64

List of books purchased by A. Ward

LXVI, 73b. Annand, Alexander.
Statement of Account with Benjamin Franklin
1743 December1 p.LXVI, 73b

Bill for schooling for William and James Franklin, and books

LXVI, 65a. Holmes, Nathaniel.
Receipt to Benjamin Franklin
1744 December 91 p.LXVI, 65a

Receipt for the purchase of fish.

LXVI, 65b. Strahan, William (1715-1785).
Statement of Account with James Read
1745 May1 p.LXVI, 65b

Bill for books, insurance, sundries to Mr. Franklin, etc.

LXVI, 68c. Douse, Richard.
Bond for a loan
1745 November 141 p.LXVI, 68c

Boston. Bond for loan of twenty pounds from Benjamin Franklin by the hand of John Franklin, Boston.

LXVI, 68d. Edwards, Joseph.
Bill for John Franklin
1746 January 261 p.LXVI, 68d

Bill for child's playthings.

LXVI, 36b. Scholtze, George, 1711-1779.
Account with Benjamin Franklin
1746 May 52 p.LXVI, 36b

Upper Hanover. Statement of account for the sale of fabric (dowlas) and tea. Also includes a memorandum asking Franklin to continue to subscribe Scholtze to the Gazette. Also asks if Franklin knows the whereabouts of Thomas Butwell, who owes him money.

LXVI, 69b. Blair, William.
Bill for Benjamin Franklin
1746 October 31 p.LXVI, 69b

Philadelphia. Bill for a parcel of bound books.

LXVI, 71b. Branson, William.
Receipt to Robert Grace
1747 July 71 p.LXVI, 71b

Receipt for ground rent

LXVI, 74b. Allen, William .
Statement of Account with Benjamin Franklin
1747/1748 July1 p.LXVI, 74b

Bill for purchasing armament from proceeds of lottery

LXVI, 70. Blair, William.
Statement of Account with Benjamin Franklin
1747 September 191 p.LXVI, 70

Philadelphia. Statement for a parcel of bound books.

LXVI, 72 (OS). Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Statement of Account with William Bradford
1747 September 221 p.LXVI, 72 (OS)

Statement for the sale of paper, books, etc., covering the period of 27 October 1741 to 4 September 1747.

LXVI, 73a. Branson, William.
Statement of Account with Benjamin Franklin
1747 November 261 p.LXVI, 73a

Bill for a stove, steel, etc.

LXVI, 69a. Allen, William, 1704-1780.
Statement of Account with Benjamin Franklin
1748 July 141 p.LXVI, 69a

Statement for paper, etc.

LXVII, 114. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Post office accounts
1748 November 23 - 1749 June 211 p.LXVII, 114
LXVI, 56a. Macky, James.
Statement of Account with Benjamin Franklin
1749 January 61 p.LXVI, 56a

Itemized list of linens and related materials ordered by Franklin over the period of 1734-1739.

LXVI, 74a. Receipt
1749 January 91 p.LXVI, 74a

Fragment

LXVI, 75. Turner, Peter.
Statement of Account with Benjamin Franklin
1749 June 71 p.LXVI, 75

Bill for parchment, paper, green tea, vocabularies, etc.

LXVI, 68b. Parker, James, 1714-1770.
Bill for the Estate of Caspar Wistar
1749 July 81 p.LXVI, 68b

Bill for the New York Gazette. To be paid to William Franklin.

LXVI, 78. Bradford, William, 1719-1791.
Statement of Account with Benjamin Franklin
1751 July 22 p.LXVI, 78

Bill for books

LXVI, 79a. Wilkinson, Anthony.
Note to Benjamin Franklin
[1751]1 p.LXVI, 79a

Note of payment to be made by John Tumet (?).

LXVI, 79c. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790. Hall, David, 1714-1772.
Statement of Account with Peter Turner
1753 March 61 p.LXVI, 79c

Bill for advertising sale of goods, sale of a tract of land, etc.

LXVI, 63b. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Statement of Account with Thomas Hatton
1753 July 161 p.LXVI, 63b

Bill for paper.

LXVI, 71a. Moore, Charles.
Statement of Account with Benjamin Franklin
1753 December 61 p.LXVI, 71a

Bill for the purchase of hats.

LXVI, 122b. Miner, Thomas.
Receipt to [Deborah] Franklin
[1754] April 231 p.LXVI, 122b

Receipt for payment of taxes

LXVI, 81. Phillips, Willcox.
Statement of Account with Robert Grace
1754 May 272 p.LXVI, 81

Bill for rent

LXVI, 80. Maugridge, William.
Receipt to Benjamin Franklin
1754 May 291 p.LXVI, 80

Receipt to Franklin in settling accounts

LXVI, 82a. Watson, Robert.
Receipt to Benjamin Franklin
1754 November 41 p.LXVI, 82a

Receipt for shipping paper to Peter Timothy.

LXVI, 79b. Daniell, William.
Receipt to Mr. Franklin
1754 November 161 p.LXVI, 79b

Receipt of ten reams of printing paper shipped by Mr. Franklin of Philadelphia.

LXVII, 99c. Dowers, Edward.
Bill of Lading
1755 January 161 p.LXVII, 99c

Bill for the shipment of twenty reams of paper to Jamaica by Benjamin Franklin.

LXVI, 85. Duffield, Jacob.
Receipt to David Hall
1755 April 101 p.LXVI, 85

Philadelphia. Receipt for ground rent. Includes later note that Mr. Hall has since paid Mr. Peters 5 years of the same rent to April 5, 1760

LXVI, 82b. Grace, Robert, 1709-1766.
Note to David Hall
1755 July 11 p.LXVI, 82b

Asks him to discount David Stephen's account and charge the same to Grace.

LXVI, 86. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Settlement of Account with Robert Grace
1755 July 142 p.LXVI, 86

Bill for fireplaces

LXVI, 87b. Wilkinson, Anthony.
Note to Benjamin Franklin
1756 March 52 p.LXVI, 87b

Asks Franklin to pay Mrs. Mary Johnson the sum of nine pounds.

LXVI, 87a. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Account with Mr. Hunter
1756 March1 p.LXVI, 87a
LXVI, 87c. Smith, John .
Bill for Benjamin Franklin
1756 December1 p.LXVI, 87c

Bill for smoking meat, beef tongues, etc.

LXVI, 88. Swan, Daniel.
Statement to Benjamin Franklin
17561 p.LXVI, 88

Statement for the hire of a carriage and horse for a trip to Boston.

LXVI, 89b. Receipt to Benjamin Franklin
1757 June 11 p.LXVI, 89b

Receipt for purchase of flour.

LXVI, 24 (OS). Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Family Expenses
[1757]2 p.LXVI, 24 (OS)

Expenses for sugar, rags, paper, wood, wine, books, etc.

LXVI, 89c. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Statement of Account with William Dunlap
17571 p.LXVI, 89c

Bill for the hire of Franklin's printing office at Lancaster from February 1754 - April 1757, and boarding of Dunlap, his wife, and his child, at Franklin's house from April 1757 to January 1758.

LXVI, 90a. Cressey, Samuel.
Account with Madame Franklin
1758 February 61 p.LXVI, 90a
LXVI, 90b. Alison, Mary.
Account with Mrs. Franklin
1758 March 221 p.LXVI, 90b

Bill for altering a gown

LXVI, 91. Franklin, Deborah Read Rogers, 1708-1774.
Bill for David Hall
1758 May 221 p.LXVI, 91

Bill for ground rent.

LXVI, 90c. Parker, Richard.
Receipt to David Hall
1758 June 191 p.LXVI, 90c

Receipt for ground rent.

LXVI, 93b. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Receipt to William Dunlap
1758 November 181 p.LXVI, 93b

Receipt for cloth "bot at vendue."

LXXVII, 33. Fisher, Richard.
Account of the Administration of [Mary Franklin] Fisher's Estate
[1758]D.S. 1p.LXXVII, 33

Facsimile.

LXVI, 93a. Swan, Daniel.
Statement of Account with Mrs. Rebecca (Deborah) Franklin
17581 p.LXVI, 93a
LXVI, 95a. Leacock, John.
Receipt to Deborah Franklin
1759 February 71 p.LXVI, 95a

Receipt for purchase of spoons and tongs.

LXVI, 96a. Ingram, Matthew.
Receipt to Deborah Franklin
1759 June 161 p.LXVI, 96a

Receipt for ground rent for a lot in Market Street

LXVI, 94. Dunlap, William.
Statement of Account with Mrs. Franklin
1759 October 41 p.LXVI, 94

Bill for travel, upkeep of carriage, etc.

LXVI, 96b. Rice, John.
Statement to Benjamin Franklin
1759 November 81 p.LXVI, 96b

Statement for the purchase of annuities

LXVI, 96c. Rice, John.
Statement to Benjamin Franklin
1759 December 41 p.LXVI, 96c

Statement for the purchase of annuities

LXVI, 98. Library Company of Philadelphia.
Receipt to Deborah Franklin
1760 May 51 p.LXVI, 98

[Philadelphia]. Printed receipt for annual dues and quarterly fines paid by Mrs. Deborah Franklin for Mr. Robert Grace. Signed: Jos[eph] Morris, Treasurer.

LXVI, 99b. Parker, Richard.
Receipt to David Hall
1760 May 201 p.LXVI, 99b

Receipt for ground rent

LXVI, 103. Collinson, Peter, 1694-1768.
Statement of Account with Benjamin Franklin
1761 January 2/31 p.LXVI, 103

Bill for insurance for multiple shipments of goods for the period 1758-1760.

LXVII, 105. Dunlap, William.
Quarterly Post Office Account
1757 September-1761 AprilMem. 1p.LXVII, 105

For the period September 1757 to April 1761.

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LXVII, 106. Dunlap, William.
Payments
1761 May 17Mem. 2p.LXVII, 106
LXVI, 99c. Ingram, Ann.
Receipt to David Hall
1761 June 131 p.LXVI, 99c

Receipt for ground rent for Robert Grace's house

LXVI, 102a. Parker, Richard.
Receipt to David Hall
1761 July 131 p.LXVI, 102a

Receipt for ground rent on acount of Robert Grace

LXVI, 100. Collinson, Peter, 1694-1768.
Account with Benjamin Franklin
1761 October 141 p.LXVI, 100
LXVI, 101. Collinson, Peter, 1694-1768.
Account with the Library Company of Philadelphia
1761 October 141 p.LXVI, 101
LXVII, 131 (OS). Province of New Jersey.
Statement of Account with Jos[ep]h Sherwood
1761-17662 p.LXVII, 131 (OS)

Account with Sherwood, a provincial agent in England. Balance sheet.

LXVI, 102b. Conyngham and Nesbitt.
Receipt to Benjamin Franklin
1762 March 31 p.LXVI, 102b

Receipt for linen

LXVI, 104a. Murdock, Samuel.
Receipt to Robert Grace
1762 April 241 p.LXVI, 104a

Receipt by the hands of Mrs. Franklin, for Master Jno. Ord.

LXVI, 92. Warder, Jeremiah, 1711-1783.
Statement of Account with Benjamin Franklin
1762 May 81 p.LXVI, 92

Bill for hats, wrappers, cheese, beer, etc.

LXVI, 105a. Ingram, Ann.
Receipt to David Hall
1762 May 151 p.LXVI, 105a

Receipt for ground rent for Robert Grace's house

LXVI, 104b. Franklin, Deborah Read Rogers, 1708-1774.
List of Groceries
1762 May2 p.LXVI, 104b

Thought to have been created by Deborah Franklin

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LXVI, 105b. Wikoff, John.
Receipt to William Dunlap
1762 June 11 p.LXVI, 105b

Receipt for beer

LXVI, 105c. Clinton, Joseph.
Receipt to W[illiam] Dunlap
1762 September 31 p.LXVI, 105c

Philadelphia. Receipt for shoeing Mrs. Franklin's horse

LXVI, 106. Franklin, Deborah Read Rogers, 1708-1774.
Statement of Account with John Holt
1762 November 41 p.LXVI, 106

Account with Holt for paper

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LXVI, 107b. Grace, Robert, 1709-1766.
Receipt to Benjamin Franklin
1762 December 71 p.LXVI, 107b

Receipt for fifty-four pounds

LXVI, 108a. Roberts, George, 1737-1821. Roberts, Hugh, 1706-1786.
Statement of Account with Benjamin Franklin
1763 March 151 p.LXVI, 108a

Bill for set of brass castors, a steelpate handsaw, nails, saw set, tongs, shovel, screws, and hinges.

LXVI, 108b. Coggs, John.
Receipt to Mrs. Stevenson
1763 April 131 p.LXVI, 108b

London. Receipt for the purchase of wax candles

LXVI, 110. Ingram, Matthew.
Receipt to David Hall
1763 May1 p.LXVI, 110

Receipt for ground rent, on account of Robert Grace

LXVI, 109b. Parker, Richard.
Receipt to David Hall
1763 June 21 p.LXVI, 109b

Receipt for ground rent, on account of Robert Grace

LXVI, 111. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Settlement of Account with James Parker
1763 June 131 p.LXVI, 111
LXVI, 112a. Green & Russell.
Receipt [to Benjamin Franklin]
1763 August 91 p.LXVI, 112a

Boston. Receipt for a book, Pietas et Gratulatio

LXVI, 112b. Ent, Daniel.
Receipt to [Deborah] Franklin
1763 August 131 p.LXVI, 112b

Receipt for ground rent

LXVI, 112c. Groth, H..
Receipt to [Deborah] Franklin
1763 August 161 p.LXVI, 112c

Philadelphia. Receipt for purchase of sugar

LXVI, 107a. W. Becker and Company.
Statement of Account with Governor [William] FranklinStatement of Account with Benjamin Franklin
1763 August 301 p.LXVI, 107a

Bill from London.

LXVI, 113a. Redman, Joseph.
Statement of Account with David Hall
1763 September 121 p.LXVI, 113a

Philadelphia. Receipt for paving the street. Robert Grace charged in the acount

LXVII, 123. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
William Franklin's account with the General Post Office
1763 September 171 p.LXVII, 123
LXVI, 113b. Hyde, Lydia.
Receipt to [Deborah] Franklin
1763 September 211 p.LXVI, 113b

Receipt for 12 pounds

LXVII, 108. Dunlap, William.
Post Office Account
1763 October 1Mem. 1p.LXVII, 108

For the period of June 25, 1757 to October 1, 1763.

LXVII, 117. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Account for postage paid
1763 October 61 p.LXVII, 117
LXVI, 114a. Bond and Byrn.
Statement of Account with Benjamin Franklin
1763 November 91 p.LXVI, 114a

Statement for clothing--silk gloves, fine cotton hose, etc.

LXVI, 114b. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Memorandum pertaining to payment made by Mr. Parker
1763 November 151 p.LXVI, 114b

Payment made by [New] York money paid in [New] Jersey bills, which must be adjusted in Philadelphia money.

LXVI, 115a. Falconer, Nathaniel.
Receipt to Benjamin Franklin
1763 November 251 p.LXVI, 115a

Philadelphia. Receipt for passage of his servant maid Ann and her park of stores in the ship Hanover Packet

LXVI, 115b. Potts, Thomas, 1735-1785. Grace, Robert, 1709-1766.
Bill to Benjamin Franklin
1763 November 282 p.LXVI, 115b

Coventry Forge. Robert Grace asks Franklin to pay 120 pounds to Thomas Potts. On reverse is note signed by Potts dated 3 December 1763 stating that the bill was paid in full.

LXVI, 117c. Franklin, William, 1731-1813.
Order to William Strahan
1763 December 181 p.LXVI, 117c

Burlington, New Jersey. Order to pay to Susanna Smith the sum of five pounds.

LXVI, 117a. Greenleafe, Isaac.
Receipt for insurance
1763 December 311 p.LXVI, 117a

Receipt for a deposit for insuring his house and back buildings situated on the north side of High Street, between Front and Second Streets, where Mary Jacobs dwells.

LXVI, 118b. Charles, R..
Receipt to William Franklin
1764 January 51 p.LXVI, 118b

Receipt for the London Chronicle and magazines. Paid by [William] Strahan

LXVI, 117b. Clarke, Mary.
Receipt to [William] Strahan
1764 January 91 p.LXVI, 117b

Receipt for five pounds, ten shillings, for the use of Governor [William] Franklin

LXVI, 122a. Fulton, John.
Receipt to Benjamin Franklin
1764 March 27-281 p.LXVI, 122a

Receipts for Franklin's payment of money "on the Club Book" and on Mr. Fouage's account for teaching.

LXVI, 118a. Small, Alexander, 1710-1794.
Receipt to William Franklin
1764 April 91 p.LXVI, 118a

Receipt for payment of two pounds, five shillings, paid by the hands of [William] Strahan

LXVI, 123a. Honey, George.
Receipt to Benjamin Franklin
1764 May 31 p.LXVI, 123a

Receipt for moneys paid for Edward Penington.

LXVI, 109a. Matlack, Timothy, 1736-1829.
Statement of Account with Benjamin Franklin
1764 May 72 p.LXVI, 109a

Bill for the purchase of Madeira wine for March-April 1763. Includes some quarts purchased by William Franklin. Paid in full

LXVI, 123b. Miller, Aaron.
Receipt to James Parker
1764 May 71 p.LXVI, 123b

Woodbridge. Receipt for payment of fifteen pounds paid on account of Benjamin Franklin

LXVI, 118c. Clarke, Mary.
Receipt to [William] Strahan
1764 May 121 p.LXVI, 118c

Receipt for thirty-two pounds for the use of Governor [William] Franklin

LXVI, 123c. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Bill of Exchange
1764 May 172 p.LXVI, 123c

Philadelphia. To be paid to George Dillwyn. On the reverse, a bill of exchange signed by David Hall, asking George Dillwyn to pay the contents to William Strahan

LXVI, 124. Gagy, Jacob.
Receipt to Benjamin Franklin
1764 May 171 p.LXVI, 124

Receipt for reams of money paper.

LXVI, 95b. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Statement of Account with the Union Library
1764 May 181 p.LXVI, 95b

Includes note that Franklin received a payment on 1 April 1758 of 25 pounds from [John] Kirk[e], which in part paid for optical glasses and money to Mr. Keith; a payment made to Rivington and Fletcher for books, 12 June 1760; and an order made by Franklin on Hendon Brown and Son, London bankers, for balance due, 18 May 1764.

LXVI, 121. Williams, Jonathan, 1719-1796.
Statement of Account with Benjamin Franklin
1764 May 191 p.LXVI, 121

Boston. Bill for lumber, carpentry, painting, glass glazing, house washing, etc.

LXVI, 119b. Franklin, William, 1731-1813.
Order to William Strahan
1764 June 181 p.LXVI, 119b

Burlington, [New Jersey]. Order to pay to Susanna Smith the sum of fifteen pounds.

LXVI, 119a. Franklin, William, 1731-1813.
Request to William Strahan
1764 June 181 p.LXVI, 119a

Burlington, [New Jersey]. Request to pay to Elizabeth Roberts the sum of four pounds, four shillings.

LXVI, 128a. Baughan, James.
Receipt to Mrs. Stevens[on's] Friend, [Benjamin Franklin]
1764 July 21 p.LXVI, 128a

Covent Garden, [London]. Receipt from a shoemaker

LXVI, 127a. Osborne, Thomas.
Statement of Account with Benjamin Franklin
1764 July 21 p.LXVI, 127a

Bill for the purchase of volumes [of Modern History]

LXVII, 120. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
General post office account
1764 July 9 - 1765 March 203 p.LXVII, 120
LXVII, 107. Dunlap, William.
Post Office Account
1764 July 11Mem. 1p.LXVII, 107

Philadelphia. For the period March 30, 1757 to July 11, 1764.

LXVI, 120. Partridge, Thomas.
Receipt to William Strahan
1764 August 171 p.LXVI, 120

Receipt for shoes purchased for William Franklin

LXVI, 128b. Collinson and Pottenger.
Receipt to Benjamin Franklin
1764 October 91 p.LXVI, 128b

London. Receipt for shipment of goods to Philadelphia.

LXVI, 119c. Stone, R..
Receipt to [William] Stra[ha]n
1764 October 121 p.LXVI, 119c

Receipt for payment for pictures of the king and queen sent to Philadelphia to his Excellency, Governor [William] Franklin

LXVI, 129a. Hinckle, Frederick.
Receipt to Benjamin Franklin
1764 October 152 p.LXVI, 129a

Receipt for breeches. Fragment. Note on reverse states contents within were paid in full

LXVI, 127b. Little, John.
Receipt to Benjamin Franklin
1764 November 11 p.LXVI, 127b

Receipt for his account [at the Indian Queen] and "the club account."

LXVI, 129b. Humphreys, Benjamin.
Receipt to Benjamin Franklin
1764 November 61 p.LXVI, 129b

Receipt for "steel spendels for ye harmonica."

LXVI, 133a. De Blois and Cooke.
Receipt to Mrs. Stevenson
1765 February 61 p.LXVI, 133a

Receipt for ticks and blankets

LXVI, 37b. Spenting, J..
Receipt to Dr. Franklin
1765 June 4; [1766]2 p.LXVI, 37b

Receipt for the purchase of a complete set of Worcester tea china from J. Spenting (1765 June 4). On the reverse contains a note [circa 1766] about Priestley's history of electricity, the doctrine of two different electricities produced by exciting different susbstances.

LXVI, 132a. Darbishire, James.
Receipt to [Benjamin] Franklin
1765 July 131 p.LXVI, 132a

London. Receipt from a bookbinder for two volume bound extraniary

LXVI, 133b. Sanxay and Bradley.
Statement of Account with Benjamin Franklin
1765 August 131 p.LXVI, 133b

Statement for the purchase of tea

LXVI, 126a. James, Charles.
Receipt to Benjamin Franklin
1765 October 161 p.LXVI, 126a

Receipt for metal rules, yellow pine, etc.

LXVI, 134b. Jacob, Mary.
Statement of Accounts with Benjamin Franklin
1765 October1 p.LXVI, 134b

Statement for the purchase of household items--butter, cream, callico, cloves, tea, linen, cheese, silk, buttons, butter, etc.

LXVI, 135b. Strettell, Amos.
Receipt to Deborah Franklin
1765 November 271 p.LXVI, 135b

Receipt for interest on mortgages

LXVI, 116a. Viny and Bragg.
Receipt to Mrs. Stevenson
1765 December 111 p.LXVI, 116a

Covent Garden, [London]. Receipt for muslin from a linen and drapery shop.

LXVI, 130a. Standly and Jacobs.
Statement of Accounts with Benjamin Franklin
1766 January 91 p.LXVI, 130a

Statement for the purchase of beer. Paid in full

LXVI, 132b. Nairne, Edward, 1726-1806.
Receipt to [Benjamin] Franklin
1766 January 251 p.LXVI, 132b

London. Receipt for the purchase of a microscope, an "electrical machine."

LXVI, 130b. Nairne, Edward, 1726-1806.
Statement of Account with Benjamin Franklin
1766 January 251 p.LXVI, 130b

London. Statement for spectacles, frame, glasses to fit the frame, and "pith balls." Paid in full

LXVI, 137a. Barry, Amelia Evans.
Receipt to Benjamin Franklin
1766 February 191 p.LXVI, 137a

Received five guineas for the plate of the American map made by Amelia Evans' father, Lewis Evans, and the rights of the copy of the book

LXVI, 137b. Bowman, F..
Receipt to Benjamin Franklin
1766 March 121 p.LXVI, 137b

Received payment of eighteen pounds from Franklin

LXVI, 137c. Swift, Joseph G..
Receipt
1766 March 291 p.LXVI, 137c

Received twenty shillings "for half years pin money."

LXVI, 138a. Wharton, Joseph, 1734-1816.
Bill of Exchange to Benjamin Franklin
1766 April 31 p.LXVI, 138a

London. A second bill of exchange, after the first was not paid.

LXVI, 138b. Kidd, George. Kidd, John.
Receipt to Miss Franklin
1766 April 101 p.LXVI, 138b

Receipt for the sale of an apron.

LXVI, 138c. Sitgreaves, W..
Receipt to [Deborah] Franklin
1766 April 181 p.LXVI, 138c

Receipt for chintz, linen, etc.

LXVI, 140a. Shoemaker, Thomas.
Receipt to Benjamin Franklin
1766 May 51 p.LXVI, 140a

Receipt for payment in full for payment due to Edw[ar]d Penington.

LXVI, 141. Life, Macey.
Statement of Accounts with Mrs. Stevenson
1766 July 31 p.LXVI, 141

Receipt for account paid in full for the purchase of coal, etc. from 14 December 1764 to 21 May 1766.

LXVII, 100a. Robinson, James.
Bill of Lading
1766 July 101 p.LXVII, 100a

Bill for the shipment on board the Prince George of one case to Mrs. Franklin from Margaret Stevinson.

LXVI, 139. Thomas Scott and Company.
Bill to Benjamin Franklin
1766 August 32 p.LXVI, 139

Receipt for indigo, log wood, etc.

LXVI, 142a. Bill of Sale to Deborah Franklin
1766 September 151 p.LXVI, 142a

Bill for household goods purchased at Mary Franklin's vendue.

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LXVI, 131. Franklin, Deborah Read Rogers, 1708-1774.
Family Expenses
1766 October 13 p.LXVI, 131

List of family expenses from 1 July 1765 to 1 October 1766.

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LXVI, 142b. Coggs, John.
Statement of Account with Benjamin Franklin
1766 November 51 p.LXVI, 142b

Statement for the purchase of candles for the period of 1765-1766. Paid in full.

LXVI, 143b. Money Sent to [Deborah] Franklin
1766 December 101 p.LXVI, 143b

Philadelphia. Note listing three payments sent to Mrs. Franklin.

LXVI, 136a. Donaldson, Joseph.
Receipt to Deborah Franklin
17661 p.LXVI, 136a

Receipt for wood

LXVI, 143c. Hitner, George.
Receipt to Miss Franklin
1767 January 71 p.LXVI, 143c

Receipt for payment of one pound, five shillings for the second poors tax.

LXVI, 144a. Jackson, Anne.
Statement of Account with Benjamin Franklin
1767 January 191 p.LXVI, 144a

Statement for the purchase of silver--a dish, candlesticks, etc.--for the period of 1766-1767.

LXXVII, 27 (OS). Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Statement of Account with Andrew and George Moffatt
1767 February 6D. 1p.LXXVII, 27 (OS)

Bill for insurance for a shipment of goods from London to New York on board the ship New York .

LXVI, 143a. Clarkson, Matthew, 1733-1800.
Statement of Account with Benjamin Franklin
1767 February 91 p.LXVI, 143a

Statement for the purchase of sugar and spices for the period of September 1766 to February 1767. Paid in full.

LXVI, 144b. Potts, Jonathan, 1745-1781.
Bill of Exchange to Deborah Franklin
1767 February 91 p.LXVI, 144b

London. Bill of exchange for seventy pounds sterling for Mr. Potts of Pottsgrove, Pennsylvania.

LXVI, 145a. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Bill of Exchange to Jonathan Potts
1767 February 101 p.LXVI, 145a

For payment of seventy pounds. Signed by Franklin

LXVI, 145b. Owen, Mary.
Statement of Expenses for William Temple Franklin
1767 February 201 p.LXVI, 145b

Bill for shoes, board and schooling, pocket money, cutting of hair, mending of shoes, etc. for the period of 1766-1767. Paid in full.

LXVI, 140b. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Postage Notes
1767 March 3-41 p.LXVI, 140b

Notes about memoranda sent out. March 3: Sent by post to Mr. E. Brown of Dublin a bank bill of ten pounds payable to Daniel Race or bearer dated June 12, 1766. Signed Chas. Jewson. March 4: Letter given to the post last night by Sir John Hall's man at Dr. Pringle's.

LXVI, 146a. Jackson, Robert.
Receipt to Benjamin Franklin
1767 May 151 p.LXVI, 146a

Franklin paid eleven pounds, two shillings for "bill delivered and all demands."

LXVI, 146b. Cummins, Patrick.
Receipt to [Deborah] Franklin
1767 June 111 p.LXVI, 146b

Receipt for payment of county tax for one year.

LXVI, 147. Teasdale and Company.
Bill for [Margaret] Stevenson
1767 August 61 p.LXVI, 147

London. Bill for needles, thread, ribbons, material, etc. Paid in full.

LXVI, 148a. Berrett, Timothy.
Bill for [Deborah] Franklin
1767 August 131 p.LXVI, 148a

Bill for painting and sealing a room. Paid in full

LXIX, 73. Jackson, Charles.
Receipt
1767 November 41 p.LXIX, 73
LXVI, 148b. James and Drinker.
Bill of Exchange to Benjamin Franklin
1767 November 201 p.LXVI, 148b

Philadelphia. Bill of exchange for sixty pounds. Addressed to Neate, Pigou, and Booth, Merchants, London.

LXVI, 150a. Bedford, Mary. Bedford, Gunning, 1742-1797.
Bill of Exchange
1768 January 11 p.LXVI, 150a

Philadelphia. Exchange for thirty pounds to be paid to Benjamin Franklin.

LXVI, 150b. Cowper, Lancelot.
Receipt to [Deborah] Franklin
1768 January 181 p.LXVI, 150b

Receipt for beer purchased by Richard Bache.

LXVI, 151a. Weltzel, Godfried.
Statement of Account with Benjamin Franklin
1768 March 141 p.LXVI, 151a

Statement for "tuning your harpischord" for the period of 7 October 1766 to 14 March 1768.

LXVI, 135a. Crafton & Colson.
Statement of Accounts with Benjamin Franklin
1768 April 121 p.LXVI, 135a

Statement for hose, silk, thread, etc.

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LXVI, 151b. Penington, Edward, 1726-1796.
Statement of Account with Benjamin Franklin
1768 April 182 p.LXVI, 151b

Bill for the purchase of sugar for 27 July 1767 to 18 February 1768. Paid in full on 18 April 1768

LXVI, 152a. Hinckle, Frederick.
Bill for [Deborah] Franklin
1768 May 301 p.LXVI, 152a

Bill for purchase of candles. Paid in full

LXVI, 152b. Bowyer, William, 1699-1777.
Receipt to Benjamin Franklin
1768 July 281 p.LXVI, 152b

Bill for the printing of Cogitata de Comelis, a paper taken out of the philosophical transactions

LXVI, 154a. Evans, Joel. Evans, Jonathan.
Receipt to Benjamin Franklin
1768 October 71 p.LXVI, 154a

For the purchase of green tea.

LXVI, 154c. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Bill of Exchange
1768 November 171 p.LXVI, 154c

Made out to Messrs. Brown and Whitefoord for twenty-one pounds, two shillings, and a penny. Franklin's signature is crossed out.

LXVI, 155. Stevenson, Margaret.
Statement of Account with Benjamin Franklin
1768 November 171 p.LXVI, 155

For sundries purchased for and sent to Jane Mecom of Boston. The itemized bills cover the period 18 October 1765 - 17 November 1768

LII, 61. Franklin, Deborah Read Rogers, 1708-1774.
Receipt
1768 December 101 p.LII, 61

Receipt, as attorney for Benjamin Franklin, for three bonds from Sarah Dewey, executrix of William Mangridge. (Copy.)

LXVII, 2a. Coombe, H. Thomas.
Receipt
1769 February 131 p.LXVII, 2a

From the Quaker banking firm Smith, Wright, and Gray.

LXVI, 154b. Naglee, Samuel.
Statement of Account with [Deborah] Franklin
1769 February 211 p.LXVI, 154b

Statement for the purchase of beef for the period of June - October 1768 from Naglee and Holland. Paid in full, 1769

LXVII, 2b. Nairne, Edward, 1726-1806.
Bill
1769 March 181 p.LXVII, 2b

To Williams and Oliver regarding chests, etc., on board The Fame of Philadelphia

LXVII, 3. Nairne, Edward, 1726-1806.
Bill
1769 March 181 p.LXVII, 3

Regarding a reflecting telescope, two large speculums, etc.

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LXVII, 100b. Crighton, Peter.
Bill of Lading
1769 March 211 p.LXVII, 100b

London. Bill for the shipment of two cases "contents unknown" on board the Fame from Benjamin Franklin to Joseph Galloway, Philadelphia.

LXVII, 5. Slipper, Charles. Regnier, Andrew. Andrew Regnier and Son.
Tailor's Bill
1769 April 122 p.LXVII, 5

Itemized bill of services rendered for Franklin, 1766-1769

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LXVII, 6. Memorandum of Payment by James Parker
1769 April 141 p.LXVII, 6
LXVII, 7a. Durrant, William.
Memorandum
1769 April 251 p.LXVII, 7a

For house inspections and repairs by desire of James Payne.

LXVII, 7b. Niccolls, William. Wood, Benjamin.
Bill of Exchange
1769 May 61 p.LXVII, 7b

Barbados. Pay to the order of Messrs. Joseph and William Wanton in London.

LXVII, 8. Wilson, David. Nicol, G. (George).
Bill for Books
1769 May 131 p.LXVII, 8
LXVII, 9. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Dr. Franklin's Cheque
1769 June 141 p.LXVII, 9

Check made out to W. Atkinson for one hundred pounds. Franklin's signature is crossed out.

LXVI, 153. Viny and Bragg.
Statement of Account with Benjamin Franklin
1769 June 292 p.LXVI, 153

Covent Garden, London. Statement for purchase of linen, diapers, etc.

LXVI, 125. Balfour, John.
Statement of Account with the Estate of James Parker
1769 June1 p.LXVI, 125

Statement for a parcel of books

LXVII, 10. Shippen, John, 1741-1770.
Bill of Exchange
1769 July 71 p.LXVII, 10

Exchange for 25 pounds sterling made out to Franklin.

LXVII, 11a. Odell, Jonathan, 1737-1818.
Bill of Exchange
1769 July 221 p.LXVII, 11a

Burlington, New Jersey. To be paid to his excellency William Franklin, governor of New Jersey, addressed to William Symondson, "treasurer to the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts." Odell is a missionary at Burlington, New Jersey.

LXVII, 11b. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Dr. Franklin's Cheque
1769 September 111 p.LXVII, 11b

Check made out to Mr. Pickett for twenty pounds, four shillings, and eight pence. Franklin's signature is crossed out.

LXVII, 4. Stevenson, Margaret.
Bill of Thomas Chapman
1769 September 112 p.LXVII, 4

For 3-week tuition with Mr. [Sammy] Johnson.

LXVII, 15b. Receipt of Edward Penington
1770 March 131 p.LXVII, 15b
LXVII, 16a. Parker, Mary Ballareau.
Bill of the Estate of James Parker
1770 August 61 p.LXVII, 16a
LXVI, 149. Haines, Reuben, 1727-1793.
Statement of Account with Benjamin Franklin
1770 August 211 p.LXVI, 149

Statement for purchase of beer for 12 March - 30 July 1767. Paid in 1770.

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LXVII, 15c. Bill of Edward Barrett
1770 November 91 p.LXVII, 15c
LXVII, 17a. Hester, I..
Bill for the London Chronicle
17702 p.LXVII, 17a
LXVII, 15a. Shinkle, Frederick.
Bill
17702 p.LXVII, 15a

Bill for clothing for an African American.

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LXVII, 18a. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Dr. Franklin's Cheque
1771 February 61 p.LXVII, 18a

Check made out to Messrs. Brown and Whitefoord for forty-one pounds, ten shillings, and ten pence. Franklin's signature is crossed out.

LXVII, 18b. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Dr. Franklin's Cheque
1771 February 221 p.LXVII, 18b

Check made out to Jonathan Williams for forty-five pounds.

LXVII, 27. Trial Balance
1771 February 281 p.LXVII, 27
LXVII, 18c. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Bill of Exchange
1771 March 41 p.LXVII, 18c
LXVII, 20a. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Dr. Franklin's Cheque
1771 May 251 p.LXVII, 20a

Sheffield. Made out to Hannah Hazlehurst.

LXVII, 19. Memorandum
1771 May1 p.LXVII, 19

Calculations of interest due

LXVII, 122. Carr, William.
Bill of Exchange
1771 June 221 p.LXVII, 122

Virginia. Made out to Alexander Colden.

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LXVII, 20b. Bill of George Street and Son
1771 July 31 p.LXVII, 20b
LXVII, 21. Middleton, Thomas, 1753-1797.
Bill
1771 July 61 p.LXVII, 21
LXVII, 23a. Symmes, Thomas.
Bill of Exchange
1771 August 51 p.LXVII, 23a

Boston. Made out to Jonathan Williams, esquire.

LXVII, 12 (OS). Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Statement of Account with the Estate of James Parker
[1771 October 8]2 p.LXVII, 12 (OS)

For the period of April 1763 to October 8, 1771. On the reverse is a note signed by Francis Panton about a runaway slave (i.e. "negro boy") named Caesar, about 15 years of age who escaped from the subscriber [Panton] living on Broad Street, New York. A reward is offered for the return of the boy. If the boy returns, he will be forgiven for the fault he has committed. The account portion of this document is duplicated in LXVII, 29 (OS).

LXVII, 29 (OS). Statement of Account with the Estate of James Parker
[1771 October 8]1 p.LXVII, 29 (OS)

For the period of April 1763 to October 8, 1771. Duplicate of LXVII, 12 (OS).

LXVII, 23b. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Dr. Franklin's Bill of Exchange
1771 November 202 p.LXVII, 23b

Bill of exchange made out to Chalmers, Leslie, and Seton.

LXVII, 22. Evans, D..
Bill
1771 December 301 p.LXVII, 22
LXVII, 17b. Bill of James Freeman
17711 p.LXVII, 17b

Charges for a small box of feeds

LXVII, 16b. Coleman, Thomas.
Bill
1772 January 61 p.LXVII, 16b

Bill for breeches, etc.

LXVII, 28b. Statement of Account with the Estate of James Parker
[1772 January 14]1 p.LXVII, 28b

For the period February 1, 1765 to January 14, 1772.

LXVII, 30. Wedgwood, Josiah, 1730-1795.
Josiah Wedgwood's Bill
1772 February 241 p.LXVII, 30

Bill for pottery.

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LXVII, 32b. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Dr. Franklin's Cheque
1772 June 121 p.LXVII, 32b

Check made out to Messrs. Brown and Collinson for thirty pounds. Franklin's signature is crossed out.

LXVII, 32a. Howard, T..
Bill for a bob wig
1772 June 131 p.LXVII, 32a
LXVII, 28a. King, George.
Mason's Work Done for Mrs. Stevenson
1772 June 181 p.LXVII, 28a
LXVII, 33b. Godard, Norris.
Bill of Exchange
1772 August 311 p.LXVII, 33b

Made out to Alexander Colden.

LXVII, 34a. Colden, Richard Nicholls.
Bill of Exchange
1772 October 101 p.LXVII, 34a

New York. Made out to Alexander Colden.

LXVII, 33c. Walker, David.
Bill of Exchange
1772 October 101 p.LXVII, 33c

New York. Made out to Mr. Williams.

LXVII, 34b. Boylston, Thomas, 1721-1798.
Bill of Exchange
1772 December 192 p.LXVII, 34b

Boston. Made out to Sam Hewes. Reverse includes signatures by George Erving and Alex Colden.

LXVII, 35. Wray, Richard.
Bill for household items
1772 December 211 p.LXVII, 35
LXVII, 36b. Fields, P. F..
Bill for food supplies
1772 December 241 p.LXVII, 36b
LXVII, 36a. Marsham and Company.
Bill for linen
1773 January 141 p.LXVII, 36a

Southwark

LXVII, 37a. Hester, I..
Bill for the London Chronicle
1773 February 272 p.LXVII, 37a

Contains poem fragment on reverse.

LXVII, 33a. Steel, Rebecca.
Linen Bill for Deborah Franklin
1773 April 61 p.LXVII, 33a
LXVII, 37b. Crafton and Coulson.
Bill for linen
1773 June 21 p.LXVII, 37b

London.

LXVII, 38. Regnier, Andrew. Slipper, Charles.
Tailor's bill for Master Temple
1773 August 71 p.LXVII, 38
LXVII, 39. Marsham and Company.
Bill for linen
1773 November 41 p.LXVII, 39

London.

LXVII, 41. Dixwell. Printer and Stationer.
Printer and stationer's bill
1773 December 311 p.LXVII, 41

London. Signed by Alexander Temple. Fragment.

LXVII, 103. Michell, Carey.
Certificate for discharging non-enumerated Bond
1774 January 21 p.LXVII, 103

Hampton, [Virginia]. Certificate by the collector of customes, certifying that there had been landed from the "Jussane", Robert Montgomery, Commander, forty boxes of soap and one box of paper.

LXVII, 99b. Hanson, Richard.
Bill of Exchange
1774 January 251 p.LXVII, 99b
LXXVIII, 70b. Specifications for Packing Cases
1774 February 12A.N. 1p.LXXVIII, 70b
LXVII, 42a. Ward, William.
Receipt
1774 May 111 p.LXVII, 42a
LXVII, 124 (OS). Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
General Post Office in Account with B. Franklin
1774 May1 p.LXVII, 124 (OS)

Showing transactions from January 1770 to May 1774

LXVII, 40. Day, Josiah.
Carpenter's work done for Doctor Franklin
1774 June 253 p.LXVII, 40

Covers work done from 1768-1773.

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LXVII, 42b. Butler, William.
Bill
1774 July 131 p.LXVII, 42b

Hose for Master Temple.

LXVII, 43. Fevre, Lewis.
Bill for postage and supplies
1774 July 251 p.LXVII, 43
LXVII, 44a. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Bill of Exchange
1774 August 111 p.LXVII, 44a

London. Payment to Messrs. Smith, Wright, and Gray for the account of Joseph Galloway. Addressed to Thomas Nickelson.

LXIV, 89. Bulkeley, Parr.
Bill of Exchange
1774 September 71 p.LXIV, 89
LXXVIII, 68 (OS). Strahan, William (1715-1785).
Account for Printing and Books
1774 September 18D. 2p.LXXVIII, 68 (OS)

Facsimile. Bills for books sent to the Philadelphia Library Company (July 1772-April 1774); True State of Proceedings Respecting Massachusetts and reams of paper (May 1774); reams of paper and printed materials (December 1772-September 1774).

LXVII, 44b. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Receipt for money from Mr. Westley
1774 November 171 p.LXVII, 44b

Draft. Neither first name of Westley nor amount of the receipt appear. Signed "BF"

LXVII, 125. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Cash acount with General Post Office
1774 December 51 p.LXVII, 125

Copy of Franklin's account with the General Post Office for the period 1770 January 19 to 26 March 1774.

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LXVII, 45. Barclay and Mitchell.
Bill of Exchange
1774 December 151 p.LXVII, 45

Philadelphia. Barclay and Mitchell bill of exchange made on behalf of Josiah Hewes of the Library Company of Philadelphia, made out to David Harvey, London.

LXVII, 47a. Elphinston, James, 1721-1809.
Account with William Temple [Franklin]
1775 January 41 p.LXVII, 47a

Kensington. Itemized bill for William Temple Franklin's education expenses.

LXVII, 47b. Marsham and Company.
Bill for linen
1775 February 251 p.LXVII, 47b
LXVII, 48. Stevenson, Margaret.
Cash Disbursted by Margaret Stevenson on account of Master William Temple
1775 March 182 p.LXVII, 48

London. Covers the years 1771-1775

LXVII, 51. Trial Balance
[1775] May 311 p.LXVII, 51
LXVII, 52. Pearson, Isaac.
Bill
1775 December 21 p.LXVII, 52
LXVII, 46. Statement of Account with Jona[than] Williams
1776 February 291 p.LXVII, 46
LXVII, 53. Statement of Account Concerning the Estate of Robert Strettell
1776 October 211 p.LXVII, 53
LXVI, 136b. Bond, Thomas, 1712-1784.
Account with Benjamin Franklin
17762 p.LXVI, 136b
LXIII, 24. Dian, M..
Inventory of Kitchen Furniture, Cookware
1777 April 202 p.LXIII, 24
LXI, 85. List of Stores on Board the Privateer Dolphin
[1777 Before July 9]3 p.LXI, 85
LXXV, 25 (OS). United States. Continental Congress.
Payment of Loan Office Certificates
1777 September 101 p.LXXV, 25 (OS)

In respect to payment of Loan Office Certificates. Signed: Cha[rle]s Thomson, Sec[retar]y. (In duplicate.)

Other Descriptive Information: Printed in the Journals of Continental Congress, Philadelphia [1778], III, 385.

LXXV, 26 (OS). United States. Continental Congress.
Payment of Loan Office Certificates
1777 September 101 p.LXXV, 26 (OS)

In respect to payment of Loan Office Certificates. Signed: Cha[rle]s Thomson, Sec[retar]y. In duplicate (see also: LXXV, 25 (OS)).

Other Descriptive Information: Printed in the Journals of Continental Congress, Philadelphia [1778], III, 385.

LXXV, 27 (OS). United States. Continental Congress.
Bills of Exchange
1777 September 14 - October 171 p.LXXV, 27 (OS)

In reference to drawing bills of exchange. Signed: Cha[rle]s Thomson, Sec[retar]y.

Other Descriptive Information: Printed in the Journals of the Continental Congress, Philadelphia [1778], III, 392, 439.

LXIV, 48. Desgranges et Compagnie.
Receipt to Monsieur Coder
1777 October 171 p.LXIV, 48
LXI, 86 (OS). Inventory of a Vessel for Sale
[1777]3 p.LXI, 86 (OS)

In French.

LXIII, 30. Deane, Silas, 1737-1789.
Bill for Bottles of Alcohol
1778 January - April1 p.LXIII, 30

From Silas Deane to Wm. Bousie

LXIV, 91 (OS). Forms of Bond to be Issued by the American Commissioners at Paris
1778 February 11 p.LXIV, 91 (OS)

For money loaned, with interest coupons attached. Printed, with handwritten annotations.

LIII, 67. United States. Continental Congress.
Resolutions on bills of exchange
1778 May 18 - July 273 p.LIII, 67

Printed, (2 p.) With manuscript additions. S. John Gibson, Jr., Aud[itor] Gen[era]l.

LXXIV, 46 (OS). Adams, John, 1735-1826. Hancock, John, 1737-1793.
Commission to Commander of Armed Vessel
1778 June 22-23D.S. 2p.LXXIV, 46 (OS)

Commission licensing and authorizing Peter Amiel, commander of the sloop Alliance to fit out and set forth the said sloop in a warlike manner. The printed document is signed by John Hancock, president of Congress. On reverse, is a note signed by Adams attesting that Amiel has taken the oath of allegiance to the United States.

Other Descriptive Information: See also: LXXIV, 45

LVII, 18. Chambre de commerce et d'industrie de Dunkerque.
Certificates of François Jean Coffyn
1778 July 102 p.LVII, 18

Dunkirk. Certificates concerning François Jean Coffyn, ship broker and interpreter at Dunkirk. (In French.)

LXIV, 52b. Hancock, Philip.
Receipt
1778 July 291 p.LXIV, 52b

Amsterdam. Received Messrs Horneca Fizeaux & Co. for and on account of the Congress.

LVII, 20. Delap, Jean-Hans. Sergeant, William Hill.
Bond given in connection with a letter of marque
1778 August 192 p.LVII, 20

Bond given in connection with a letter of marque issued by the United States to William Hill Sergeant of the brig Dispatch, of Virginia, and Jean-Hans Delap, merchant of Bordeaux.

LVI(i), 44. Grand, Rodolphe-Ferdinand, 1726-1794.
Loan of Two Million Sterling which the United States Congress has authorized its Commissioners to contract for, in Europe
[1778 Before August 28]Mem. 2p.LVI(i), 44

Draft memorandum for the Commissioners. In French.

LXXIV, 40 (OS). Form of Bond for Persons Taking out Letters of Marque and Reprisal
[1778-1779]2 p.LXXIV, 40 (OS)

Handwritten form listing John Jay, Esquire, as President of the Congress of the United Colonies.

LXIII, 31. Franklin, William Temple, 1760-1823.
Wine Cellar Inventory
1779 February 1Mem. 1p.LXIII, 31

In French.

LXIII, 15 (OS). Chaumont, Jacques-Donatien Leray de, 1725-1803.
Bill
1779 April 3 - 1780 June 193 p.LXIII, 15 (OS)
LXIV, 59. Mace, John.
Receipt to Benjamin Franklin
1779 April 51 p.LXIV, 59

Received financial assistance for board, clothing, medical care, and travel from Dunkirk to Paris.

LXIII, 28. Inventory
1779 April 171 p.LXIII, 28
LXIII, 38a. St. Hubert, Dominique d'O— de.
Subscription Receipt for a Book
1779 April 281 p.LXIII, 38a

Subscription for Dictionnaire topographique, historique, etc. de la France.

LXIII, 16 (OS). Bazin, ------.
Receipt for China and Earthenware
1779 May 20-211 p.LXIII, 16 (OS)
LV, 7. Schedule of Bills of Exchange
1779 June 152 p.LV, 7

Schedule of fifty sets of bills of exchange amounting to 2,400,000 livres and of six sets for the interest at 6 per cent., amounting to 144,000.

LXXV, 77. United States. Continental Congress. Board of Treasury.
Schedule of sets of bills of exchange
[1779 June]1 p.LXXV, 77

Schedule of sets of bills of exchange dated 1779, June 25, and payable 1782, June 15.

Other Descriptive Information: For Treasury report referred to above, see: J.C.C., vol. 14, pg. 746; Franklin Papers (Mss.B.F85), LIV, 46; LXXV, 79-80; Franklin-Bache (Mss.B.F85.ba), 1779 June 18;

LXIV, 88. Memorandum
1779 October 254 p.LXIV, 88

Fragment. List of place names and personal names.

LXIX, 115. Smith, Silas. Howland, Philip. Briggs, Richard.
Receipt
[1780 February 28]1 p.LXIX, 115

Receipt for money advanced by Mr. [Francis] Coffyn.

LXIII, 44 (OS). Coimet, ------.
Account for postage paid
1780 April2 p.LXIII, 44 (OS)
LXIV, 79. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Copy of an Order on M. Grand
1780 May 232 p.LXIV, 79

Copy of an order asking Grand to pay William T. Franklin for having advanced funds to several American sailors.

LXIII, 45 (OS). Coimet, ------.
Account for postage paid
1780 May2 p.LXIII, 45 (OS)
LXIV, 12. Hopkinson, Francis, 1737-1791.
List of Bills of Exchange drawn by Francis Hopkinson on Henry Laurens and Accepted by John de Neufville and Son
[1780 June 1]1 p.LXIV, 12
LXIII, 46 (OS). Coimet, ------.
Account for postage paid
1780 June 1 - July 133 p.LXIII, 46 (OS)
LXIII, 18. Clark et Compagnie.
Bill for Tableware
1780 June 32 p.LXIII, 18
LXIII, 19. Clark et Compagnie.
Bill for Tableware, Memorandum of Account
1780 June 42 p.LXIII, 19
LXIV, 34 (OS). Franklin, William Temple, 1760-1823.
List of Bills
1780 July 19 - 1781 February 28 LXIV, 34 (OS)

L'Orient. List of bills drawn on B. Franklin by Gourlade and Moylan.

LXIII, 47 (OS). Coimet, ------.
Account for postage paid
1780 July2 p.LXIII, 47 (OS)
LXIII, 48 (OS). Coimet, ------.
Account for postage paid
1780 August 1 - September 63 p.LXIII, 48 (OS)
LXXV, 87. United States. Continental Congress.
Bills of exchange to be drawn on Benjamin Franklin
1780 August 301 p.LXXV, 87

In reference to bills of exchange to be drawn on Benjamin Franklin. Attested copy.

Other Descriptive Information: Printed in the Journals of Congress, Philadelphia, VI, 177.

LXIV, 13. List of Bills of Exchange Not Accepted
[1780 August]1 p.LXIV, 13
LXIII, 52. Coimet, ------.
Account for postage paid
1780 September 1 - October 193 p.LXIII, 52
LXIII, 23. Bill
1780 September 201 p.LXIII, 23
LXIII, 33.5a. Stanley, Thomas-François.
Receipt from Watchmaker
1780 September 291 p.LXIII, 33.5a
LXIII, 49 (OS). Coimet, ------.
Account for postage paid
1780 September2 p.LXIII, 49 (OS)
LXIII, 17 (OS). Angenend, ------.
Bill
1780 October 273 p.LXIII, 17 (OS)
LXIII, 50 (OS). Coimet, ------.
Account for postage paid
1780 October2 p.LXIII, 50 (OS)
LXIII, 51 (OS). Coimet, ------.
Account for postage paid
1780 November2 p.LXIII, 51 (OS)
LXIV, 52a. Receipt
1780 December 71 p.LXIV, 52a

Regarding cannons shipped from Bordeaux. Le Raye du Chaumont and the Marquis de Lafayette are mentioned.

LXIV, 96. United States. Treasurer of Loans.
Bill of exchange
[1780]1 p.LXIV, 96

Bill of exchange to Henry Laurens, Commissoner for the United States, in Amsterdam. Printed form. S. F[rancis] Hopkinson, Treasurer of Loans.

LXIV, 93. Note Payable to the President of the Continental Congress for Money Received from Benjamin Franklin
[1780-1785]1 p.LXIV, 93

Passy inprint. Printed form.

LXIV, 94. Note Payable to the Superintendent of Finances of the United States for Money Received from Benjamin Franklin
[1780-1785]1 p.LXIV, 94

Passy inprint. Printed form.

LXIII, 53. Coimet, ------.
Account for postage paid
1781 January2 p.LXIII, 53
LXIV, 9. Note of the Bills of Exchange drawn upon John Adams
[1781 After January 27]1 p.LXIV, 9

See also LXIV, 10.

LXIII, 54. Coimet, ------.
Account for postage paid
1781 February2 p.LXIII, 54
LXVII, 54. Johonnot, Gabriel.
Account with Dr. Franklin
1781 March 41 p.LXVII, 54

Paris. Account settled, covering the cost of education for S[amuel] C[ooper] Johonnot.

LXXVII, 14. United States. Continental Congress.
An ordinance, relative to the capture and condemnation of prizes
1781 March 27D. 1p.LXXVII, 14

Printed broadside, printed by Franklin. Signed: Samuel Huntington, president. Attest. Charles Thomson, secretary.

Other Descriptive Information: Livingston, L.S. Franklin and his press at Passy, no.28, p.84.

LXIV, 4. Chaumont, Jacques-Donatien Leray de, 1725-1803.
Account with the United States
[1781 After March 29]Mem. 1p.LXIV, 4
LXIII, 55. Coimet, ------.
Account for postage paid
1781 March2 p.LXIII, 55
L(ii), 40. Chantel, ------.
Transfer of Bill
1781 April 20A. Dr. of Mem. 1p.L(ii), 40

Nantes. In reference to a bill drawn by Congress on Mr. [John] Jay for the purpose of supplying ship chandlery.

LXVII, 101b. Barnes, Corban.
Bill of Lading
1781 May 251 p.LXVII, 101b

Nantes. Bill for the shipment of medicine, tin, and wine by John Daniel Schweighauser to Philadelphia.

LXIII, 57. Coimet, ------.
List of early post
1781 May1 p.LXIII, 57
LXIII, 58 (OS). Coimet, ------.
List of trips made for the commission
1781 May1 p.LXIII, 58 (OS)
LXIV, 85. Usance Chart for Amsterdam
1781 June 11 p.LXIV, 85
LXIII, 38b. St. Hubert, Dominique d'O— de.
Subscription Receipt for a Book
1781 June 141 p.LXIII, 38b
LXIII, 59. L'Air de Lamotte, Jean.
Account for postage paid
1781 June2 p.LXIII, 59
LIV, 125 (3) (OS). Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Account with Interest with [Jacques-Donatien] Leray de Chaumont
1781 July 1A.D.S. 4p.LIV, 125 (3) (OS)

For the period 12 June 1777 to 1 July 1781. Signed by Franklin. In French

LXIV, 2 (OS). Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Current Account with [Jacques-Donatien] Leray de Chaumont
1781 July 1A.D.S. 2p.LXIV, 2 (OS)

For the period 12 June 1777 to 1 July 1781. Signed by Franklin. In French

LIV, 105. Lafayette, Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert Du Motier, Marquis de, 1757-1834.
Accounts of engagements
1781 July 115 p.LIV, 105

Accounts printed in the Pennsylvania Gazette of engagements with the enemy at Augusta, Georgia, and near Williamsburg, Virginia. Taken chiefly from letters from Marquis de Lafayette to Samuel Huntington and to General [Nathanael] Greene. (Press copy.)

Other Descriptive Information: The APS Library possesses a copy of the issue of the Pennsylvania Gazette in which this manuscript was printed.

LXIV, 8 (OS). Statement of Bills Drawn on John Adams
1781 July 28Mem. 7p.LXIV, 8 (OS)

List of bills drawn upon [John] Adams from May 7, 1781, to July 28, 1781.

LXIII, 60. L'Air de Lamotte, Jean.
Account for postage paid
1781 July5 p.LXIII, 60
LXIV, 83. Receipt to Benjamin Franklin
1781 August 291 p.LXIV, 83
LXIII, 62. Bogay, Joseph.
List of trips made to Paris
1781 August2 p.LXIII, 62
LXIII, 61. L'Air de Lamotte, Jean.
Account for postage paid
1781 August2 p.LXIII, 61
LIV, 105.5. United States. Continental Congress.
Ordering a payment to W[illiam] Lee
1781 September 121 p.LIV, 105.5

Ordering a balance of 42,189 livres to be paid to W[illiam] Lee. Signed: Cha[rle]s Thomson, Sec[retar]y.

Other Descriptive Information: Printed in Journals of Congress, Philadelphia, 1781, VII, 187.

LXIII, 63. L'Air de Lamotte, Jean.
Account for postage and dispatches
1781 September3 p.LXIII, 63

Previously designated as LXIII, 63a

LXIV, 5. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Statement of Bills Drawn on John Adams
1781 October 4Mem. 3p.LXIV, 5

List of bills drawn upon [John] Adams from August 8, 1781, to October 4, 1781.

LXIV, 21 (OS). Fizeaux, Grand, et Compagnie.
Account with John Adams
1781 October 22Mem. S. 1p.LXIV, 21 (OS)

Amsterdam. Statement of account with the United States from May 16 to October 22, 1781. (Copy.)

LXIII, 37.5. Demonville, Antoine Guénard.
Subscription Receipt for a Book
1781 October 301 p.LXIII, 37.5

Subscription for La Mécanique appliquée aux Arts, aux Manufactures, à l'Agriculture et à la Guerre by Claude-François Berthelot.

LXIII, 64. L'Air de Lamotte, Jean.
Account for postage and dispatches
1781 October2 p.LXIII, 64
LXVII, 132 (OS). Barry, John, 1745-1803.
Account with crew
1781 November 17 - 1781 December 212 p.LXVII, 132 (OS)
LXIII, 65. L'Air de Lamotte, Jean.
Account for postage and dispatches
1781 November3 p.LXIII, 65

Previously designated as LXIII, 65a

LXIII, 66. L'Air de Lamotte, Jean.
Account for postage and dispatches
1781 December3 p.LXIII, 66
LVI(i), 56. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Bond to Jean de Neufville and Son
17817 p.LVI(i), 56

Form of bond to be signed on receiving 200,000 florins from Jean de Neufville and Fils, of Amsterdam, as part of the loan of 2,000,000 florins authorized by Congress and floated by them. Another form to be signed by Congress. (In French.)

LXIV, 35 (OS). Gourlade and Moylan.
Form of book for entry of bills of exchange
17812 p.LXIV, 35 (OS)

L'Orient.

LXIII, 67. L'Air de Lamotte, Jean.
Account for postage and dispatches
1782 January3 p.LXIII, 67
LXIII, 68. L'Air de Lamotte, Jean.
Account for postage and dispatches
1782 February3 p.LXIII, 68

Previously designated as LXIII, 68c.

LXIII, 33. Bouche.
Bill for Wine
1782 March 32 p.LXIII, 33
LXIV, 57. Frey, Joseph-Pierre-Charles, Baron de, 1740-1796.
Receipt to Benjamin Franklin
1782 March 101 p.LXIV, 57
LV, 1. United States. Department of the Treasury.
Certificate
1782 March 231 p.LV, 1

Register's Office. In favor of Baron d'Arendt for $2,997.37 bearing interest at 6 per cent. from March 18, 1782. Signed: Joseph Nourse, Register.

LXIII, 32.5b. Bill for Wood
1782 March 311 p.LXIII, 32.5b
LXIII, 69. L'Air de Lamotte, Jean.
Account for postage and dispatches
1782 March4 p.LXIII, 69
LXIII, 33.5c. Bache, Richard, 1737-1811.
Receipt for Money from Christian Schneider
1782 April 21 p.LXIII, 33.5c
LXIII, 34. Pharow, -----, l'aîné.
Bread Bill
1782 April 301 p.LXIII, 34
LXIII, 70. L'Air de Lamotte, Jean.
Account for postage and dispatches
1782 April5 p.LXIII, 70
LXIII, 71. L'Air de Lamotte, Jean.
Account for postage and dispatches
1782 May4 p.LXIII, 71

Previously designated as LXIII, 71a.

LXIII, 35. Pharow, -----, l'aîné.
Bread Bill
1782 June 151 p.LXIII, 35
LXIII, 34.5b. Campo-de-Arbe, ------.
Receipt for Books, etc.
1782 June 171 p.LXIII, 34.5b

Paris.

LXIII, 22. Cabaret ((Stationer)).
Memorandum
1782 June 201 p.LXIII, 22

From Franklin's stationer in France.

LXIII, 33.5b. Manouiny, Frères -- de.
Receipt for Champagne
1782 June 211 p.LXIII, 33.5b
LXIII, 72. L'Air de Lamotte, Jean.
Account for postage and dispatches
1782 June3 p.LXIII, 72
LXIV, 76. Blank Bond of Indemnity
[1782 After July 7]1 p.LXIV, 76

To Benjamin Franklin for payment of Continental bill of exchange which had not been endorsed.

LXIII, 34.5a. Cabaret ((Stationer)).
Receipt for Writing Materials
1782 July 261 p.LXIII, 34.5a
LXVII, 55. Statement of Account with William Hodgson
1782 July 261 p.LXVII, 55
LXIII, 21. Cabaret ((Stationer)).
Bill
1782 July 281 p.LXIII, 21

From Franklin's stationer in France.

LXIII, 73. L'Air de Lamotte, Jean.
Account for postage and dispatches
1782 July2 p.LXIII, 73
LXIII, 74. L'Air de Lamotte, Jean.
Account for postage and dispatches
1782 August4 p.LXIII, 74

Previously designated as LXIII, 74b.

LXIII, 75. L'Air de Lamotte, Jean.
Account for postage and dispatches
1782 August5 p.LXIII, 75
LXIII, 32. Franklin, William Temple, 1760-1823.
Record of Wine Use
1782 SeptemberMem. 1p.LXIII, 32

Account of the daily consumption of wine, beer, etc., at Dr. Franklin's table. (In French.)

LXIV, 58. Arendt, Henry Leonard Philip, Baron d'.
Receipt to Benjamin Franklin
1782 October 131 p.LXIV, 58
LXIII, 76. L'Air de Lamotte, Jean.
Account for postage and dispatches
1782 October4 p.LXIII, 76
LXIII, 79. Account
1782 November1 p.LXIII, 79
LXIII, 78. Account for dispatches for Paris and Versailles
1782 November1 p.LXIII, 78
LXIII, 77. L'Air de Lamotte, Jean.
Account for postage and dispatches
1782 November1 p.LXIII, 77
LX, 147b. Bill of Expenses for the Duke de Lyancourt
[1782 After November 30]9 p.LX, 147b

In French.

LXIV, 80. Bill of Exchange
1782 December 201 p.LXIV, 80

Drawn on Robert Morris, Superintendent of Finance, Philadelphia.

LXIII, 41.5. Grenieux, -----.
Receipted Bill for Courier
1782 December 201 p.LXIII, 41.5
LXIII, 80. L'Air de Lamotte, Jean.
Account for postage and dispatches
1782 December2 p.LXIII, 80
LXIV, 6. Statement of the Account of Robert Morris at the End of the Year 1782
[1782]1 p.LXIV, 6
LXIV, 81a-b. Bills of Exchange
1783 January 164 p.LXIV, 81a-b

Passy. Drawn on Robert Morris, Superintendent of Finances at Philadelphia. In quadruplicate (see also: LXIV, 82a-b).

LXIV, 82a-b. Bills of Exchange
1783 January 16 LXIV, 82a-b

Passy. Drawn on Robert Morris, Superintendent of Finances at Philadelphia. In quadruplicate (see also: LXIV, 81a-b).

LXIII, 36. Bill for Groceries
1783 January2 p.LXIII, 36
LXIII, 81. L'Air de Lamotte, Jean.
Account for postage and dispatches
1783 January2 p.LXIII, 81
LXIII, 82. L'Air de Lamotte, Jean.
Account for postage and dispatches
1783 February2 p.LXIII, 82

Previously designated as LXIII, 82a.

LXIII, 83. L'Air de Lamotte, Jean.
Account for postage and dispatches
1783 March2 p.LXIII, 83
LV, 30. Customs Bureau.
Receipt
1783 April 212 p.LV, 30

Calais. Receipt for customs duties paid by Dubois, on some clothing.

LXIII, 84. L'Air de Lamotte, Jean.
Account for postage and dispatches
1783 April4 p.LXIII, 84
LXIII, 85. L'Air de Lamotte, Jean.
Account for postage and dispatches
1783 May5 p.LXIII, 85
LXIII, 13 (OS). Fabre, Veuve.
Bills
1783 May - September22 p.LXIII, 13 (OS)