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remit
used in The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin

5 uses
  • At length he had got so much of it that I was distress'd to think what I should do in case of being call'd on to remit it.
  • A friend of his, one Vernon, having some money due to him in Pensilvania, about thirty-five pounds currency, desired I would receive it for him, and keep it till I had his directions what to remit it in.
  • He left me then, promising to remit me the first money he should receive in order to discharge the debt; but I never heard of him after.
  • He was a man of learning, and honest but ignorant in matters of account; and, tho' he sometimes made me remittances, I could get no account from him, nor any satisfactory state of our partnership while he lived.
  • Thus he suffer'd greatly from his neglect in due accounting; and I mention it as a lesson to those young men who may be employ'd in managing affairs for others, that they should always render accounts, and make remittances, with great clearness and punctuality.

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