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GREAT AMERICAN AUTHORS
MY ARRIVAL IN PHILADELPHIA

things of me to my father, and strongly recommending the project of my setting up at Philadelphia as a thing that must make my fortune. We struck on a shoal in going down the bay, and sprang a leak; we had a blustering time at sea and were obliged to pump almost continually, at which I took my turn. We arrived safe, however, at Boston in about a fortnight.
NOTES AND QUESTIONS
Discussion
. 1. What tells you that the events related in this story happened many years ago? 2. Why do you think Franklin remembered so well all the details of his ridiculous appearance when he arrived in Philadelphia? 3. How did he fall in with the Quakers in Philadelphia? 4. What trade did Franklin learn, and to whom did he apply for work? 5. What interest did Sir William Keith show in him? 6. Why did he return to Boston? 7. What tells you that Franklin was fond of reading? 8. What traits in Franklin's character are indicated in this selection? 9. Which of them may account for his later greatness? 10. What habit of Franklin's does the picture on page 325 suggest? ll. Make a list of expressions peculiar to Franklin's time and give modern substitutes for them. 12. How do you connect Franklin's name with The Saturday Evening Post? 13. Find in the Glossary the meaning of: passage; thereby; sly; hand; discovering; artful; font; dieted; illiterate; condescension. 14. Pronounce: fatigued; accosting; reputable; sophister; novice; compositor; apprehended; affable.

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