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3. Edward Bridgen, a North Carolinian and part of the London mercantile firm Bridgen & Waller, served at various times as a London alderman and was a friend of Thomas Brand Hollis. He spent considerable time with the Adamses when they went to England after the war. Bridgen exchanged numerous letters with Benjamin Franklin and JA, most notably on the possibility of his firm supplying copper blanks for coinage. See JA, Diary and Autobiography, 3:179–180, 188, 196, 200; Cal. Franklin Papers, A.P.S.; List of the Benjamin Franklin Papers in the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., 1905.
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