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talents of a man who, in every character, whether as an humble individual or a public diplomatist, as a philosophical inquirer or the legislator of an enlightened nation, constantly proved, throughout his long and eventful career, that he estimated his extraordinary talents of no other value than as enabling him to promote, as far as in him lay, the happiness of all mankind.
London, April, 1819
Db. FRANKLIN'S MEMOIRS Consist altogether of Six Volumes. They are divided into Three Parts; each Part being published and sold separately;viz.—
Vols. 1 and S, containing the Life:
Vols. 3 and 4, Private Correspondence:
Vols. 5 and 6, Posthumous and other Works.
Double Titles are printed, in order that the Parts may either be bound separately, or as a set, in six uniform volumes.