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The works of Dr. Benjamin Franklin, in philosophy, politics, and morals : containing, beside all the writings published in former collections, his diplomatic correspondence, as minister of the United States, at the court of Versailles, a variety of articles, and epistolary correpsondence, never before published: with memoirs and anecdotes of his life ..

The works of Dr. Benjamin Franklin, in philosophy, politics, and morals : containing, beside all the writings published in former collections, his diplomatic correspondence, as minister of the United States, at the court of Versailles, a variety of articles, and epistolary correpsondence, never before published: with memoirs and anecdotes of his life ..

 
 
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Ford, P.L. Franklin bibliography, 568
Sowerby, E.M. Cat. of the lib. of Thomas Jefferson, 4931
NUC pre-1956 NF 0338786
Some engravings signed by Cornelius Tiebout, Alexander Lawson, James Akin and W. Strickland. Added engraved title with vignette in each volume; engraved portraits of Franklin in vols. 1 and 4.
Vol. 1 (1818) xxi, 519 p., [1] leaf of plates; v. 2 (1808) xxxv, 431 p.; v. 3 (1809) v, 477 p. 12 leaves of plates ([7] folded) : ill., map; v. 4 (1809) 407 p., [1] leaf of plates; v. 5 (1809) viii, 434 p.; v. 6 (1817) xxiii, 564 p.
LC copy 3, vols. 1-5 shelved in Sowerby no. 4931; v. 6 remains in Benjamin Franklin Collection.
LAC ecr 2019-04-17 no edits (2 cards)

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