Franklin

19.1.1793 write to Franklin and 13.9.1801 adv at Hill's, 23.9.1808 calls, (6.10.1808 Godwin re-reads Life of Franklin), 11.10.1809 write to, 21.10.1809 White calls from Franklin, 14.11.1809 write to, 23.2.1810 write to, 13.8.1811 write to Franklin. Hertford and 21.6.1817 write to.
The 'write to' entries may be William Temple Franklin who died Paris 25.5.1823 grandson of Benjamin Franklin DNB 1706-90 and had been his secretary in Paris and published his works after his death. Franklin, Hertford may well be another person, and so may the adv and calls, though 'White calls from Franklin' comes 10 days after a 'write to' and 3 weeks before another one.
Andrew Franklin will PCC 1845 (of Tavistock Sq Covent Gdn, sole exec James Leech Ridgway of Piccadilly wife Sarah. Joseph Carrington Ridgway, nephew Denham F attorney of Cork, nephew John F of Plymouth, Maria Mudd niece of Mrs F, Francis Mudd, Ellen Parsloe Winnington, servant Charlotte Ashfield & her sisiter Mrs Freake) journalist and dramatist mentioned in will PCC 1811 of David Evans Macdonnell. Macdonnell had recommended him as his successor in editorship of the Gazetteer newspaper in 1796 (Robert L Haig, The Gazetteer p251). See McDonnell, Street, Ridgway. Andrew Franklin voted Fox & Tooke 1796, Fox 1802, Hood & Paull 1806. On 7.1.1793 he (of Smith Sq) stood bail for William Holland
1.7.96 miss Franklin in mail coach to Ipswich with Godwin, Robert Merry and Richard Brunton (a child the younger brother of Merry's wife)