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The Papers of Benjamin Franklin - Vol. 1: January 6, 1706 through December 31, 1734 by Benjamin FranklinVolume 1
The Papers of Benjamin Franklin, Vol. 2: Volume 2: January 1, 1735 through December 31, 1744 (The Papers of Benjamin Fra by Benjamin FranklinVolume 2
The Papers of Benjamin Franklin, Vol 3, January 1, 1745 through June 30, 1750 by Benjamin FranklinVolume 3
The Papers of Benjamin Franklin, Volume 4 by Leonard W. LabareeVolume 4
The Papers of Benjamin Franklin, Vol 5: July 1, 1753 through March 31, 1755 by Benjamin FranklinVolume 5
The Papers of Benjamin Franklin, Vol 6, April 1, 1755 through September 30, 1756 by Benjamin FranklinVolume 6
The Papers of Benjamin Franklin, Vol 7: October 1, 1756 through March 31, 1758 by Benjamin FranklinVolume 7
The Papers of Benjamin Franklin, Vol. 8: April 1, 1758 through December 31, 1759 by Benjamin FranklinVolume 8
The Papers of Benjamin Franklin, Vol. 9: Volume 9: January 1, 1760 through December 31, 1761 by Benjamin FranklinVolume 9
The Papers of Benjamin Franklin, Vol 10: January 1, 1762 through December 31, 1763 by Benjamin FranklinVolume 10
The Papers of Benjamin Franklin, Vol. 11: January 1, 1764 through December 31, 1764 by Benjamin FranklinVolume 11
The Papers of Benjamin Franklin, Vol. 12: January 1, 1765 through December 31, 1765 by Benjamin FranklinVolume 12
The papers of Benjamin Franklin by Benjamin Franklin13
The Papers of Benjamin Franklin, Vol. 14: January 1, 1767 through December 31, 1767 by Benjamin FranklinVolume 14
The Papers of Benjamin Franklin: Vol 15, Jauary 1 through December 31, 1768 by Benjamin FranklinVolume 15
The Papers of Benjamin Franklin, Vol. 16: Volume 16: January 1, 1769, through December 31, 1769 by Benjamin FranklinVolume 16
The Papers of Benjamin Franklin, Vol. 18: January 1, 1771 through December 31, 1771 by Benjamin FranklinVolume 18
The Papers of Benjamin Franklin, Vol 19, January 1 through December 31, 1772 by Benjamin FranklinVolume 19
The Papers of Benjamin Franklin, Vol. 20: January 1 through December 31, 1773 by Benjamin FranklinVolume 20
The Papers of Benjamin Franklin, Vol. 21: January 1, 1774 through March 22, 1775 by Benjamin FranklinVolume 21
The papers of Benjamin Franklin. Vol.22, March 23, 1775, through October 27, 1776 by Benjamin FranklinVolume 22
The Papers of Benjamin Franklin, Vol. 25: October 1, 1777, through February 28, 1778 by Benjamin FranklinVolume 25
The Papers of Benjamin Franklin, Vol 26, March 1 through June 30, 1778 by Benjamin FranklinVolume 26
The Papers of Benjamin Franklin, Vol. 31: Volume 31: November 1, 1779, through February 29, 1780 by Benjamin FranklinVolume 31
The Papers Of Benjamin Franklin Vol 33: July 1 through November 15, 1780 by Benjamin Franklin33
The Papers Of Benjamin Franklin, Vol 34: November 16, 1780 through April 30, 1781 by Benjamin Franklin34
The Papers of Benjamin Franklin: Vol 36: November 1, 1781, through March 15, 1782 by Benjamin FranklinVolume 36
The Papers of Benjamin Franklin, Vol. 41: September 16, 1783, through February 29, 1784 by Benjamin FranklinVolume 41

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