Benjamin Franklin's First Government Printing: The Pennsylvania General Loan Office Mortgage Register of 1729 and Subsequent Franklin Mortgage Registers and Bonds

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American Philosophical Society, 1999 - 90 páginas
 

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Página 13 - I had been of some service, thought fit to reward me by employing me in printing the money; a very profitable job and a great help to me.
Página 13 - It was well receiv'd by the common people in general; but the rich men dislik'd it, for it increas'd and...
Página 12 - That if they sometimes print vicious or silly things not worth reading, it may not be because they approve such things themselves, but because the People are so viciously and corruptly educated that good things are not encouraged. I have known a very numerous Impression of Robin Hood's Songs go off in this Province at 2s.
Página 6 - Bill for re-emitting and continuing the Currency of such Bills of Credit of this Province, as by former Acts are directed to be sunk and destroyed, was rend the first Time.
Página 9 - We had discussed this point in our Junto, where I was on the side of an addition, being persuaded that the first small sum struck in 1723 had done much good by increasing the trade, employment, and number of inhabitants in the province...
Página 24 - Accompt-Books, Bills of Lading Bound and unbound, Common Blank Bonds for Money, Bonds with Judgment, Counterbonds, Arbitration Bonds, Arbitration Bonds with Umpirage, Bail Bonds, Counterbonds to save Bail harmless, Bills of Sale, Powers of Attorney, Writs, Summons, Apprentices Indentures, Servants Indentures, Penal Bills, Promisory Notes, &c, all the Blanks in the most authentick Forms, and correctly printed; may be had at the Publishers of this Paper; who perform all other Sorts of Printing at reasonable...
Página 63 - An Act for altering and amending an Act passed in the twelfth year of the reign of his majesty king George the Second, for establishing and well governing an hospital or infirmary in the city of Bath, and for constructing baths therein, and supplying the same with water from the hot baths in the said city.
Página 61 - Vertue of an Act of General Assembly of this Province made in the fourth year of...
Página 33 - Some Remedies Proposed for the Restoring the sunk Credit of the Province of Pennsylvania ; with Some Remarks on its Trade. Humbly Offer'd to the Consideration of the Worthy Representatives in the General Assembly of this Province. By a Lover of this Country.
Página 69 - Credit and for striking the further Sum of Eleven Thousand one Hundred and Ten Pounds Five Shillings...

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