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It takes a very inclusive anthology to encompass the protean personality and range of interests of Benjamin Franklin, but The Portable Benjamin Franklin succeeds as no collection has. In addition to the complete Autobiography, the volume contains about 100 of Franklin’s major writings—essays, journalism, letters, political tracts, scientific observations, proposals for the improvement of civic and personal life, literary bagatelles, and private musings. The selections are reprinted in their entirety and organized chronologically within six sections that represent the full range of Franklin’s temperament. The result is a zestful read for Franklin scholars and anyone wanting to know and enjoy this American icon.

For more than seventy years, Penguin has been the leading publisher of classic literature in the English-speaking world. With more than 1,700 titles, Penguin Classics represents a global bookshelf of the best works throughout history and across genres and disciplines. Readers trust the series to provide authoritative texts enhanced by introductions and notes by distinguished scholars and contemporary authors, as well as up-to-date translations by award-winning translators.

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Benjamin Franklin, statesman, philosopher, and man of letters, was born in Boston in 1706 of Protestant parents. He entered Boston Grammar School when he was eight and later attended George Brown Ell’s school. When he was twelve his father apprenticed him to his half-brother James as a printer. James was later the publisher of the New England Courant, where Franklin’s first articles, The Dogood Papers, were published before he was seventeen. He went to Philadelphia in 1723 and pursued his trade of printer. He was befriended by William Keith, Governor of Pennsylvania, who offered to help the young man get started in business. Franklin left for England, where he hoped to arrange for the purchase of printing equipment. Arriving in London in 1724, he was soon deserted by Keith, and again turned to printing for a livelihood. His privately printed Dissertation on Liberty and Necessity, Pleasure and Pain (1725) introduced him to leading Deists and other intellectuals in London. A year later, he returned to Philadelphia, and by 1730 he had been appointed public printer for Pennsylvania. In 1731 he established the first circulation library in the United States; in 1743-44, The American Philosophical Society. In 1748 he retired from the trade of printer but continued to advise and back his partner and to draw profit from the business. Poor Richard’s Almanack was his most spectacular success as a publisher, having gone through numerous editions and been translated in many languages. During the next thirty-five years he devoted himself largely to politics and diplomacy, but still wrote and engaged in scientific ventures. He resigned as Minister to France in 1785, returned to America, and was elected President of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Still concerned with the rights of the individual, he published papers encouraging the abolition of slavery. He died in Philadelphia in 1790.

Larzer Ziff is a research professor of English at Johns Hopkins University who has written extensively on American literary culture.

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Table of Contents

 

Title Page

Copyright Page

Introduction

Acknowledgements

 

PART I - PRINTER, JOURNALIST, TRADESMAN (1722-1757)

THE DOGOOD PAPERS

EPITAPH

THE PRINTER TO THE READER

AN APOLOGY FOR PRINTERS

LETTER FROM ANTHONY AFTERWIT

LETTER FROM CELIA SINGLE

ADVICE TO A PRETTY CREATURE AND REPLIES

HINTS FOR THOSE THAT WOULD BE RICH

A TRUE PROGNOSTICATION, FOR 1739

PREFACE TO POOR RICHARD IMPROVED

A STRIKING SUN DIAL

THE WAY TO WEALTH

 

PART II - THE BETTERMENT OF LIFE

A PROPOSAL

PROPOSALS RELATING TO THE EDUCATION OF YOUTH IN PENSILVANIA. PHILADELPHIA: - ...

TO MISS MARY STEVENSON

TO MISS MARY STEVENSON

TO MISS MARY STEVENSON

TO OLIVER NEAVE

THE HANDSOME AND DEFORMED LEG

TO RICHARD PRICE

THE ART OF PROCURING PLEASANT DREAMS - Inscribed to Miss [Shipwey], Being ...

TO CADWALLADER COLDEN

TO MRS. ABIAH FRANKLIN

TO MRS. DEBORAH FRANKLIN

TO MRS. DEBORAH FRANKLIN

TO WILLIAM STRAHAN

TO WILLIAM FRANKLIN

CODICIL TO THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT

TO PETER COLLINSON

TO A FRIEND IN BOSTON

TO PETER COLLINSON

TO PETER COLLINSON

TO JOHN PRINGLE

TO SIR ALEXANDER DICK

TO DAVID HUME

TO JOSEPH PRIESTLEY

TO SIR JOSEPH BANKS

TO LA SABLIERE DE LA CONDAMINE

TO GEORGE WHATLEY

DESCRIPTION OF AN INSTRUMENT FOR TAKING DOWN BOOKS FROM HIGH SHELVES

TO BENJAMIN VAUGHAN

 

PART III - POLITICS: THEORY AND PRACTICE

ON TRANSPORTED FELONS

EXPORTING OF FELONS TO THE COLONIES - The Pennsylvania Gazette, May 9, 1751.

OBSERVATIONS CONCERNING THE INCREASE OF MANKIND, PEOPLING OF COUNTRIES, ETC.

JOIN OR DIE - The Pennsylvania Gazette, May 9, 1754.

THREE LETTERS TO GOVERNOR SHIRLEY

TO ISAAC NORRIS

TO PETER COLLINSON

ON THE PRICE OF CORN, AND MANAGEMENT OF THE POOR

RULES BY WHICH A GREAT EMPIRE MAY BE REDUCED TO A SMALL ONE; - Presented to a ...

AN EDICT BY THE KING OF PRUSSIA

TO WILLIAM FRANKLIN

TO WILLIAM STRAHAN

TO JOSEPH PRIESTLEY

TO A FRIEND IN ENGLAND

TO LORD HOWE

ANECDOTE RECALLED BY JEFFERSON

TO MRS. MARY HEWSON

THE SALE OF THE HESSIANS

TO A FRIEND

MODEL OF A LETTER OF RECOMMENDATION

TO CHARLES DE WEISSENSTEIN

PASSPORT FOR CAPTAIN COOK

THE LEVÉE

TO GEORGE WASHINGTON

TO JAMES HUTTON

APOLOGUE

TO SIR JOSEPH BANKS

INFORMATION TO THOSE WHO WOULD REMOVE TO AMERICA

TO SIR JOSEPH BANKS

TO MRS. SARAH BACHE

SPEECH IN THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION ON THE SUBJECT OF SALARIES

SPEECH IN THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION AT THE CONCLUSION OF ITS DELIBERATIONS

ON THE ABUSE OF THE PRESS

AN ADDRESS TO THE PUBLIC;

PLAN FOR IMPROVING THE CONDITION OF THE FREE BLACKS

SIDI MEHEMET IBRAHIM ON THE SLAVE TRADE

 

PART IV - RELIGION: BELIEF AND CRITIQUE

A DISSERTATION ON LIBERTY AND NECESSITY, PLEASURE AND PAIN

TO JOSIAH FRANKLIN

TO JOSEPH HUEY

TO JARED INGERSOLL

CONTE

TO RICHARD PRICE

TO SAMUEL MATHER

TO EZRA STILES

 

PART V - BAGATELLES AND DALLIANCES

A WITCH TRIAL AT MOUNT HOLLY

ADVICE TO A YOUNG MAN

THE SPEECH OF POLLY BAKER

TO THE EDITOR OF A NEWSPAPER

THE TWELVE COMMANDMENTS

THE EPHEMERA - An Emblem of Human Life

ELYSIAN FIELDS - M. Franklin to Madame Helvétius

THE WHISTLE - To Madame Brillon

MORALS OF CHESS

TO MRS. ELIZABETH PARTRIDGE

DIALOGUE BETWEEN FRANKLIN AND THE GOUT

AN ECONOMICAL PROJECT

A PETITION OF THE LEFT HAND

 

PART VI - VIRTUOSO

TO PETER COLLINSON

TO DAVID HUME

TO GIAMBATISTA BECCARIA

TO COURT DE GEBELIN

TO NOAH WEBSTER

 

Chronology

Glossary of Correspondents

Editor’s Notes

THE PORTABLE BENJAMIN FRANKLIN

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN (1706-1790) was the first American to achieve international celebrity. From the colonial period of his initial fame through to the twenty-first century, he has been regarded both at home and abroad as the one person who most clearly combines the many facets of the American character. He was the only person to sign all four major documents of the founding of the United States—the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, the Treaty Alliance with France, and the Treaty of Peace with England—and his participation in these momentous events, his rise to wealth from humble beginnings, his practical inventions, such as bifocals, his scientific discoveries, most prominently in the field of electricity, his myriad contributions to both civic improvement and the betterment of everyday life, his philanthropic schemes, his sagacity, and his shrewd (and often earthy) wit all remain freshly available in the lucid prose of his many writings.

 

LARZER ZIFF has written books on many aspects of American literary and cultural history, including the period of Benjamin Franklin. Research professor at the Johns Hopkins University, he is a winner of the Christian Gauss Award and a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

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Grateful acknowledgment is made for permission to reprint excerpts from the following works:

Manuscript of The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin as edited in Benjamin Franklin’s Memoirs:

Parallel Text Edition, Max Farrand, editor (HM 9999). Used by permission of The Huntington Library,

San Marino, California.

The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, volume 18, November 1790-March 1791, edited by Julian P. Boyd.

Copyright © 1971 by Princeton University Press. .

 



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Introduction

In 1756, John Adams, then an ambitious twenty-one-year-old schoolmaster in Worcester, Massachusetts, pondered the impossibility of his ever achieving fame, located as he was in a modest profession in a provincial colonial town thousands of miles from the political and cultural institutions that nurtured the famous. He attempted to rationalize the matter by telling his diary that those who love fame “descend to as mean tricks and artifices in pursuit of Honor as the Miser descends to in the pursuit of Gold.” Yet fame, he knew, had already come to one—even if only one—American, “Mr. Franklin of Phyladelphia,” who, he noted, possessed “a prodigious Genius cultivated with prodigious industry.”

That same year the prodigious Franklin of Philadelphia, thirty years Adams’s senior, was elected to the Royal Society of London, put a bill through the Pennsylvania Assembly that provided night watchmen and street lighting for Philadelphia, received an honorary master’s degree from William and Mary College, toured the New York frontier to inspect military defenses against possible French attacks from Canada, and during a visit to Virginia on post office business met George Washington. It was a typical Franklin year, and yet so wide-ranging was his genius, and so conscientiously did he, as Adams surmised, “cultivate” it, that no year’s activities could actually be termed typical. Each year brought new experiments, new offices, new ventures. In the following year, for instance, Franklin departed for London as his colony’s agent in the commencement of what would prove to be a long and distinguished diplomatic career. Yet also and always a man of business and a writer of force, he improved the time afforded by the long sea voyage to write a preface to the newest edition of his Poor Richard Improved. In it Father Abraham, “a plain clean old Man with white Locks,” advises his fellow villagers on the conduct of life by issuing a stream of proverbs to suit their daily activities. Later abstracted from the almanac and titled “The Way to Wealth,” the proverbs attained a worldwide popularity that continues to this day.

In Adams’s lifetime, fame did, of course, come to him, albeit in a condition different from that of Franklin’s, affected as it was by the virulent abuses that partisan politics had invoked. As he looked back at his career from his retirement, Adams was alarmed by the abyss that had opened between the events he had gone through and their portrayal in the histories published by those too young to have participated in the nation’s founding. The sad truth that age seemed to bring home to him was that the price one paid for making history was that history then made one over in its image regardless of the actuality one had lived. The only defense against such misrepresentation, as Benjamin Rush, another founding father, suggested to him, was to write “‘a history of your own times’ as far as you were an actor in them. Let them be published by your sons after your death. It will be more than a patent of nobility to your descendants to the end of time.” And Adams likewise urged Rush to engage in the same task in order to defend his reputation against what he termed “the corruption of tradition and consequently . . . the corruption of history.” Writing privately for the information of their children, both men produced such manuscripts.

Benjamin Franklin had been dead for some twenty years when Adams and Rush corresponded on the matter of protecting themselves from the corruption of history. Like them he, too, had written a memoir initially addressed to his son (the term “autobiography,” not used in English before 1797, was to be applied to it by later editors). But there the resemblance ends in contrasts so striking as to overwhelm that slight similarity. Franklin was unconcerned with the corruption of history because his fame had never seriously been threatened. He did not aim at producing a patent of nobility for his descendants but at providing an account of his life that could assist them in conducting theirs.

Indeed, Franklin distrusted inherited honors. When in 1784 word reached him in Paris that disbanded officers of the Continental army had formed a hereditary Society of the Cincinnati—Washington and Hamilton were to be its first presidents—he was scornful of what he saw as a flagrant breach of republican principles and an affront to the good sense of the American people. He admired the Chinese custom of ascending honor, he wrote his daughter, Sarah Bache, according to which when one attained the rank of mandarin his parents were immediately entitled to the same honors on the supposition that it must have been owing to the education and example they provided that their son had attained his rank. This ascending honor, he said, “is therefore useful to the state” because it encourages parents to give their children a good and virtuous education. “But the descending honor to posterity who could have no share in obtaining it, is not only groundless and absurd, but often hurtful to that posterity, since it is apt to make them proud, disdaining to be employed in useful arts.” He did not conceive of the history of his life as a patent of nobility for his descendants as his contemporaries saw theirs.

Franklin’s son William, whom he addressed at the start of the Autobiography, was born out of wedlock to an unknown mother and taken into the family of Benjamin and Deborah Franklin after their marriage. Rather than appearing to defend the honor of an established family as did the other memorialists, in the Autobiography Franklin is, in effect, creating a new kind of family. The account of their immediate forebears that he gives William is essentially a story of discontinuities—ancestral removal within England, parental removal from England to America, and his own removal from Boston to Philadelphia—a story that underlies the work’s demonstration that it is not a question of what or where you were at birth but what you make of life’s opportunities regardless of place of birth. With such an underlying theme, the Autobiography effortlessly broadens from advice to a son to a manual for all young persons born into modest means.

From the very start of his recollections Franklin anticipated and disarmed the skeptics who were prepared to point out that his real aim was to celebrate himself, not instruct others. By putting his recollections into print so as to make them as durable as possible, Franklin says:

 

I shall indulge the inclination so natural in old men to be talking of themselves and their own past actions; and I shall indulge it without being troublesome to others, who, through respect to age, might think themselves obliged to give me a hearing, since this may be read or not as one pleases. And lastly (I may as well confess it, since my denial of it will be believed by nobody), perhaps I shall a good deal gratify my own vanity. Indeed, I scarce ever heard or saw the introducto...

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