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The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin
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patronage
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The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin
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  • He interested himself for me strongly in that instance, as he did in many others afterward, continuing his patronage till his death.
  • Then he wrote a civil letter to Sir William, thanking him for the patronage he had so kindly offered me, but declining to assist me as yet in setting up, I being, in his opinion, too young to be trusted with the management of a business so important, and for which the preparation must be so expensive.

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