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Page 45 - ... surveyors, who taught him surveying, and he had now by his industry, acquir'da good estate ; and says he, " I foresee that you will soon work this man out of his business, and make a fortune in it at Philadelphia.'' He had not then the least intimation of my intention to set up there or any where. These friends were afterwards of great use to me, as I occasionally was to some of them. They all continued their regard for me as long as they lived. Before I enter upon my...