Some proposed to evade the order by changing the name of the paper; but my brother, seeing inconveniences in that, it was finally concluded on as a better way, to let it be printed for the future under the name of BENJAMIN FRANKLIN; and to avoid the censure of the Assembly, that might fall on him as still printing it by his apprentice, the contrivance was that my old indenture should be return’d to me, with a full discharge on the back of it, to be shown on occasion, but to secure to…
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Benjamin Franklin’s portrait is on the $100 bill, which is sometimes referred to as a "Benjamin" or "Franklin."
-BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, THE GAZETTEER AND NEW DAILY ADVERTISER