|GENERAL INTRODUCTION ,
|AUTHOR'S NOTE 1887 ,
JOHN BACH MCMASTERxxv|
|Birth and early training. The newspapers and literature
of New England. The Dogood Papers. The departure
of Franklin from Boston1-35|
|Franklin reaches Philadelphia; is employed by Keimer;
goes to London; writes a pamphlet, "Liberty and
Necessity"; comes back to Philadelphia; opens a
printing office; writes "The Busybody," and a pamphlet on "Paper Money36-64|
|Buys Keimer's "Universal Instructor in all the Arts and
Sciences," and establishes the "Pennsylvania Gazette";
notable contributions; his "Parables" and "Biblical
|Publishes "Poor Richard"; Father Abraham's Speech;
quarrels with Bradford; publishes the General Magazine96-135|
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Book title: Benjamin Franklin.
Contributors: John Bach McMaster - Author.
Publisher: Chelsea House.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 1980.
Page number: vii.
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