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The French-American Alliance [subseries]:
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News from "The Boston Gazette"
Autograph authenticated by Jared Sparks: "Dr. Franklin's Handwriting." The article contained an account of the Battle of Branywine, and praised the military accomplishments of foreign officers, especially Lafayette, Pulaski, and Fleury.

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Draft for the Declaration Annuling the Eleventh and Twelth Articles of the Treaty of Amity and Commerce Between the United States of America and France
Autograph authenticated by Jared Sparks: "Dr. Franklin's Handwriting."

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Autographed document, not listed in the 1871 catalogue. List of questions regarding the war, and especially the role played by the French Navy under Vice-Admiral d'Estaing.

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Franklin, Benjamin, to Mme Brillon
Autograph with the title "Ephemera." According to the 1871 auction catalogue, "this is perhaps the most graceful of the author's jeux d'esprit."

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Adams, John, and Franklin, Benjamin, to William Temple Franklin
ALS in English, containing instructions to young Franklin regarding a diplomatic mission.

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Adams, John, and Franklin, Benjamin, to William Temple Franklin
ALS in English, containing instructions to young Franklin regarding a diplomatic mission.

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Bache, Sarah, to George Washington
ALS in English, authenticated by Jared Sparks, regarding military supplies made and sent by the wives and daughters of revolutionary fighters, and the general conduct of the war by Washington: "we packed the shirts in three boxes... they are two thousand and five in number.. we wish them to be worn with as much pleasure as they were made [...] My father says... that all the old generals amuse themselves in studying the accounts of [your] operations, and approve highly of [your] conduct."