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Franklin became a successful newspaper editor and printer in Philadelphia , the leading city in the colonies, publishing the Pennsylvania Gazette at the age of 23. [7] He became wealthy publishing this and Poor Richard's Almanack , which he authored under the pseudonym "Richard Saunders". After 1767, he was associated with the Pennsylvania Chronicle , a newspaper that was known for its revolutionary sentiments and criticisms of the British policies.

Franklin Offshore Europe BV was established in the Netherlands as a leading provider of steel wire ropes, anchors, anchor chains, rigging and mooring equipment as used in the offshore exploration, construction and marine ship building industry.

We are a global leader in the production and marketing of systems and components for the movement of water and automotive fuels. Recognized as a technical leader in our products and services, we serve customers around the world in residential, commercial, agricultural, industrial, municipal, and fueling applications.

Franklin is a city in Johnson County , Indiana , United States . The population was 23,712 at the 2010 census . Located about 20 miles south of Indianapolis , the city is the county seat of Johnson County. [6] The site of Franklin College , the city attracts numerous regional sports fans for the college teams, as well as audiences for its art events.

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