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The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin
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stationery
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The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin
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  • "Then," says he, "when there, you may make acquaintances, and establish correspondences in the bookselling and stationery way."
  • Keimer had got a better house, a shop well supply’d with stationery, plenty of new types, a number of hands, tho’ none good, and seem’d to have a great deal of business.
  • This struck the rest, and we soon after had offers from one of them to supply us with stationery; but as yet we did not chuse to engage in shop business.
  • Thus being esteem’d an industrious, thriving young man, and paying duly for what I bought, the merchants who imported stationery solicited my custom; others proposed supplying me with books, and I went on swimmingly.

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