The Complete Works in Philosophy, Politics and Morals of the late Dr. Benjamin Franklin, Vol. 3 [of 3]

By Benjamin Franklin

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£.3,486,268 1 2


_Second term, from 1754 to 1758, inclusive._

_Northern Colonies._ _West India Islands._

1754 1,246,615 1 11 685,675 3 0

1755 1,177,848 6 10 694,667 13 3

1756 1,428,720 18 10 733,458 16 3

1757 1,727,924 2 10 776,488 0 6

1758 1,832,948 13 10 877,571 19 11
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Total, £.7,414,057 4 3 Tot. £.3,767,841 12 11

Difference, 3,646,215 11 4
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£.7,414,057 4 3

In the first term, total of West India islands, 3,363,337 10 10

In the second term, ditto 3,767,841 12 11

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