Benjamin Franklin as a Man of Letters
Arno, 1970 - 293 páginas
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Reaches London conduct regarding the Stamp Act; has Hughes made stamp collector; is lampooned for this; his writings for the London newspapers; Rules for. Reducing a Great Empire to a Small One. An Edict of the King of Prussia. Visits France. First Eng lish edition of his works; Dubourg translates it into French. The Hutchinson Letters. Abused before the Privy Council. Delivers the Declaration of Rights, and returns to Philadelphia; is elected to Congress 189-217.
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