What is Benjamin Franklin's famous saying?
There are many sayings by him, or attributed to him. One is: A penny saved is a penny earned.
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Answer . Ben Franklin was philisophically closer to the Republican party, even though the American party system was not fully evolved by the time his political activism had peaked..
Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790) American public official, writer, scientist, and printer who playeda major part in the American Revolution When a religion isgood, I conceive it will support itself; and when it does notsupport itself, and God does not take care to support it so thatits professors are …obliged to call for help of the civil power,'tis a sign, I apprehend, of its being a bad one. -- Benjamin Franklin , letter to Richard Price, October 9,1780, quoted from Adrienne Koch, ed., The American Enlightenment:The Shaping of the American Experiment and a Free Society, NewYork: George Braziller, 1965, p. 93. The way to see by faith is toshut the eye of reason: The Morning Daylight appears plainer whenyou put out your Candle. -- Benjamin Franklin , the incompatibility of faith andreason, Poor Richard's Almanack (1758) I have foundChristian dogma unintelligible. Early in life I absented myselffrom Christian assemblies. -- Benjamin Franklin , quoted from Victor J Stenger, HasScience Found God? (2001) Many a long dispute among divines maybe thus abridged: It is so; It is not so. It is so; it is not so. -- Benjamin Franklin , Poor Richard's Almanack, 1743If we look back into history for the character of the present sectsin Christianity, we shall find few that have not in their turnsbeen persecutors, and complainers of persecution. The primitiveChristians thought persecution extremely wrong in the pagans, butpracticed it on one another. The first Protestants of the Church ofEngland blamed persecution in the Romish Church, but practiced itupon the Puritans. These found it wrong in the bishops, but fellinto the same practice themselves both here and in New England. -- Benjamin Franklin , An Essay on Toleration Lighthouses are more helpful than churches. -- Benjamin Franklin ( attributed: source unknown ) He[the Rev Mr. Whitefield] used, indeed, sometimes to pray for myconversion, but never had the satisfaction of believing that hisprayers were heard. -- Benjamin Franklin , from Franklin's Autobiography [Excerpt]: "A little Religion, and a little Honesty, goes a great way inCourts." -- Benjamin Franklin , comparing the politicized clergymanwith the regular clergyman, a thing which a few have ventured to doin recent times (Ahem!), quoted in The New England Currant (July23, 1722), "Silence Dogood, No. 9; Corruptio optimi estpessima. " quoted from The History Carper Ã¢ï¿½ Ã¢ï¿½[Excerpt]: "But the most dangerous Hypocrite in a Commonwealth, is one who leaves the Gospel for the sake of the Law : A Man compoundedof Law and Gospel, is able to cheat a whole Country with hisReligion, and then destroy them under Colour of Law : Andhere the Clergy are in great Danger of being deceiv'd, and thePeople of being deceiv'd by the Clergy, until the Monster arrivesto such Power and Wealth, that he is out of the reach of both, andcan oppress the People without their own blind Assistance." -- Benjamin Franklin , comparing the politicized clergymanwith the regular clergyman, a thing which a few have ventured to doin recent times (Ahem!), quoted in The New England Currant (July23, 1722), "Silence Dogood, No. 9; Corruptio optimi estpessima. " quoted from The History Carper, thanks to Benfor the tip! Ã¢ï¿½ Ã¢ï¿½ [Passage]: "This Political Description of a Hypocrite, may (for ought I know)be taken for a new Doctrine by some of your Readers; but let themconsider, that a little Religion, and a little Honesty, goes agreat way in Courts. 'Tis not inconsistent with Charity todistrust a Religious Man in Power, tho' he may be a good Man; hehas many Temptations "to propagate publick Destruction for Personal Advantages and Security:" And if his Natural Temperbe covetous, and his Actions often contradict his pious Discourse,we may with great Reason conclude, that he has some other Design inhis Religion besides barely getting to Heaven. "But the most dangerous Hypocrite in a Commoneealth, is one who leaves the Gospel for the sake of the Law : A Man compoundedof Law and Gospel, is able to cheat a whole Country with hisReligion, and then destroy them under Colour of Law : Andhere the Clergy are in great Danger of being deceiv'd, and thePeople of being deceiv'd by the Clergy, until the Monster arrivesto such Power and Wealth, that he is out of the reach of both, andcan oppress the People without their own blind Assistance. "And it is a sad Observation, that when the People too late seetheir Error, yet the Clergy still persist in their Encomiums on theHypocrite; and when he happens to die for the Good of hisCountry, without leaving behind him the Memory of one goodAction, he shall be sure to have his Funeral Sermon stuff'dwith Pious Expressions which he dropt at such a Time, and atsuch a Place, and on such an Occasion; than which nothing can bemore prejudicial to the Interest of Religion, nor indeed to theMemory of the Person deceas'd. The Reason of this Blindness in theClergy is, because they are honourably supported (as they ought tobe) by their People, and see nor feel nothing of the Oppressionwhich is obvious and burdensome to every one else." -- Benjamin Franklin , comparing the politicized clergymanwith the regular clergyman, a thing which a few have ventured to doin recent times (Ahem!), quoted in The New England Currant (July23, 1722), "Silence Dogood, No. 9; Corruptio optimi estpessima. " quoted from The History Carper, criticalediting for readability and PAM Style Sheet conformity is ÃÂ©2003Cliff Walker Ã¢ï¿½ Ã¢ï¿½ ( Full Answer )
Benjamin Franklin invented the well-known lightning rod, the glass armonica (which is a glass instrument; many get this instrument confused with the metal harmonica), the Franklin stove, bifocal glasses, and the very flexible urinary catheter. note: Benjamin Franklin never patened his inventions.
he invented the bifocals Franklin stove glass harmonica ANSWER Franklin was a prodigious inventor. Among his many creations were the lightning rod , the glass harmonica , the Franklin stove , bifocal glasses , and the flexible urinary catheter . Franklin never patented his inventions; in …his autobiography he wrote, "A's we enjoy great advantages from the inventions of others, we should be glad of an opportunity to serve others by any invention of ours; and this we should do freely and generously." Above retrieved from Wikipedia Viper1 ( Full Answer )
Franklin suggested that students learn a second language best selected for the field that they intended to pursue for a career. For example, a minister might learn Latin or Greek, a student pursuing a career in medicine would learn Latin, whereas a merchant might learn the language of the country wi…th which he intended to do business. ( Full Answer )
He had a common law marriage with Deborah Read. (Her first husband actually left her without granting her a divorce.) She was not, however, the biological mother of Franklin's son William. . Her name was Deborah Read. Mary breann Franklin MARY
Answer William Franklin, who was the last Loyalist Governor of New Jersey was born in 1731 and died in 1813. He was also an illegitimate child meaning Benjamin didn't know who the mother was. He also had a son named Francis. He was born in 1732, and died shortly after in1736 of Small Pox.
More clearly identified as a Deist, he did maintain a pew at Pholadephia Presbyterian church which he supported financially.
Benjamin's father was Josiah Franklin b.1620,his father was Thomas Franklin b.1598 d.1681,his father was Henry Franklin b.1573 d.1645 his father was Thomas Frankline b.1542 his father Mr. Frankline b.1514
Benjamin Franklin's first invention were wooden flippers. He made them for his hands and feet to help him swim better. He was 8 years old when he invented them. Ben franklins 1st invention were wooden flippers made when he was 8.
Silence Dogood. he was pretending to be a middle aged widow when he wrote to his brothers newspaper under this name.
Testing the conductivity of electricity through flying a kite with a key strung to it.
Perhaps the first political experience of Benjamin Franklin was hisorganization of the Junto, a civic group that gathered to discussthe issues of the day. He was just 21 at the time.
Josiah Franklin, Benjamin Franklin's father, died on January 16,1745. Ben Franklin's mother, Abiah Folge, died on May 8, 1752.
Benjamin Franklin's inventions were numerous. Some of thoseinventions were bifocals, swim fins, the lightening rod, theFranklin stove, and the odometer.
Abiah Floger is Benjamin Franklin's dad but before that his dad (Josiah Franklin) got married to Anne Child but died after complication of giving birth.
He basically invented electricity, and he invented the light bulb. If it weren't for him we would still be using candles.
Benjamin Franklin had many occupations.. Just to name a few: He was a printer and writer as well as editor and bisiness owner when he ran his printing shop. He was also a Statesman and ambassador and founder in our government. And he was a scientist and inventor. His kite expiriment is very famous …and he is credited with inventing things like the bifocals and the modern fire station as well as the ambulance service. ( Full Answer )
He had many, many , many famous quotations. He even had his own "almanack" (so to speak in Old English). Here's one of my favorites: "Fish and visitors smell in three days."
Benjamin Franklin had two sets of grandparents. His paternalgrandparents were Thomas Franklin and Jane White. His maternalgrandparents were Peter Folger and Mary Morill.
He was a humorous man. He was a strong believer in political things, and he was very smart; he had a personal tutor. He loved to read and was a book worm.
Benjamin Franklin was a Christian, born into the Protestant faith.But from a very young age, he was a skeptic and expressed hisdoubts about Christianity. He seems to have been a Deist-- hedefinitely believed in God, and he also believed in prayer; but didnot want to be restricted by the rules and ri…tuals of any oneorganized faith. While he never rejected Christianity, his ownwritings indicate that he was not a regular church-goer andChristian practice did not seem to be a central part of his life. ( Full Answer )
Ben's signature is famous because HE'S famous. It's really not that hard to figure out!
Benjamin Franklin was one of 17 children who apprenticed inprinting and eventually opened his own print shop in Philadelphia.He joined the Freemasons by his mid-twenties and teamed up withThomas Jefferson and George Washington to work on the Declarationof independence.
There are not one, but many. One most people use that they do not know is attributed to him is "snug as a bug in a rug." Some more Franklin quotations may be seen at the link below.
Benjamin Franklin had an illegitimate son named William. With Deborah Read Franklin he had two children. Francis Folger Franklin was born October 1732 and died of smallpox in 1736. Sarah Franklin, nicknamed Sally, was born in 1743. She married Richard Bache and had seven children. Franklin's first-b…orn William left New York and settled in England. ( Full Answer )
Benjamin Franklin was an inventer. He was strong in leadership. He was a founding father for our country. He brainstormed excellent ideas.
Full Name : Mr. Benjamin Franklin Date of Birth : January 17, 1706 Place of Birth : Boston, Massachusetts , UA ,Died : April 17, 1790 Place of Death : Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA Classification : Leaders & Revolutionaries.
He was a founding father who invented many things in his life before he died in some day i forget i tihnk he got shot just like aberham lincon sooo they both died like 2 days apart i guess and then they had a funeral and stuff
Ben Franklin was quite liberal in his time and had great foresight. He was very popular and had rock star status in France. Today he would be measured closer to the Republican party, but he was a "futurist". He created a bank account for the city of Philadelphia that couldn't be used until 1996. Now…, that is really thinking ahead. ( Full Answer )
Benjamin Franklin was born in Boston. He left it as a teenager for more promising prospects in Philadelphia.
[When ?] ~ May 9 , 1754 : The "Join , or Die" political cartoon was created by Benjamin Franklin and published in the Pennsylvania Gazette .
It really depends on what your opinion is. Benjamin Franklin's most famous discovery would probably be electricity because it is used 24/7 around the world, but his most famous invention is probably the bi-focal glasses worn by millions around the world.
His wife did not come with him for a journey on the sea because she was afraid to cross the boder
His goals were to be good at some things and to invent thing's (i think)!!
Ben Franklin taught in Pennsylvania. He owned slaves for a short period of time, but went against it later on. He is famous for his discovery that lightning was electricity. He thought it important that we be free, and was remembered as an American Revolutionary Leader. This was probably his biggest… obstacle. ( Full Answer )
A signer of both the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution, Franklin is considered one of the Founding Fathers of the U.S. His pervasive influence in the early history of the United States has led to his being jocularly called "the only President of the United States who was never Preside…nt of the United States."  Franklin's likeness is ubiquitous. Since 1928, it has adorned American $100 bills, which are sometimes referred to in slang as "Benjamins" or "Franklins." From 1948 to 1963, Franklin's portrait was on the half dollar. He has appeared on a $50 bill and on several varieties of the $100 bill from 1914 and 1918. Franklin appears on the $1,000 Series EE Savings bond. The city of Philadelphia contains around 5,000 likenesses of Benjamin Franklin, about half of which are located on the University of Pennsylvania campus. Philadelphia's Benjamin Franklin Parkway (a major thoroughfare) and Benjamin Franklin Bridge (the first major bridge to connect Philadelphia with New Jersey) are named in his honor. ( Full Answer )
He was born, lived, and died in the United States (ie colonies). He was born in Boston.
i think his favorite thing to do was write novels about people and have life things about all fun experiences and learn moreb about the culture and all kinds of things
Benjamin Franklin wrote a series called the Poor Man's Almanac, andpreached his views on common sense. People listened.
George Washington, Deborah Franklin, Abigail Adams, William Penn ,Thomas Jefferson this list could go on and on but you get the gist
he returned to England because Benjamin was a very big patriot and his son was a loyalist.
The first Postmaster General of the United States Started the first free library Oldest member of the Constitutional Convention Writer of Poor Richard's Almanac U.S. Diplomat
Because it included lightning, and lightning is very dangerous. It can cause death or severe injury.
One of his sayings is "A penny saved is a penny earned" Another is "Early to bed, early to rise makes a man healthy wealthy and wise.
Benjamin Franklin's cartoon " Join, or Die " cartoon first appeared in the Pennsylvania Gazette on May 9, 1754 .
From what I understand he was not very tall and tended to be on the heavy side. In his later years he suffered from gout, and he did like to drink and eat rich foods. The man knew how to party.
His daughter, Sarah Franklin Bache, was born September 11, 1744 and died on October 5, 1808, at the age of 64. She was married and had 8 children, 7 of whom lived to adulthood.
Benjamin Franklin's party is when he makes it rain on that ass. DAT ASS! For he knows that he can scientifically conclude that bitches be trippin' he uses this to his advantage to throw a party. A massive orgy, if you will. To grab some sweet PUSSAY. Live on the PUSSAY PATROL! bauh. New answer …If you mean political party Benjamin Franklin was an Independent. ( Full Answer )
Pointing out that the colonies must be united or this revolutionwould fail: "We must all hang together, or assuredly we shall allhang separately."