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The Writings of Thomas Paine;

By Paine, Thomas

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Title: The Writings of Thomas Paine;  
Author: Paine, Thomas
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Language: English
Subject: Political Philosophy, Philosophy, Political Sociology
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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1894
Publisher: New York; G. P. Putnam's Sons

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1737-1809, P. T., & Daniel, 1832-190, C. M. (1894). The Writings of Thomas Paine;. Retrieved from http://netlibrary.net/


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v.1. 1774-1779. Introduction.--Prefatory note to Paine's first essay.--African slavery in America.--A dialogue between General Wolfe and General Gage in a wood near Boston.--The magazine in America.--Useful and entertaining hints.--New anecdotes of Alexander the Great.--Reflections n the life and death of Lord Clive.--Cupid and Hymen.--Dueling.--Reflections on titles.--The dream interpreted.--Reflections on unhappy marriages.--Thoughts on defensive war.--An occasional letter on the female sex.--A serious thought.--Common sense.--Epistle to Quakers.--The forester's letters.--A dialogue.--The American crisis.--Retreat across the Delaware.--Letter to Franklin in Paris.--The affair of Silas Deane.--To the public on Mr. Deane's affair.--Messrs. Deane, Jay, and Ge?rard.--v.2. 1779-1792. Peace and the Newfoundland fisheries.--The American philosophical society.--Emancipation of slaves.--Public good.--Letter to the Abbe Raymal.--Dissertations on government; the affairs of the bank; and paper money.--The Society for political inquiries.--Prospects on the Rubicon.--Specification of Thomas Paine.--Letter to Jefferson in Paris.--Thomas Paine's answer to four questions on the legislative and executive powers.--Address and declaration.--The rights of man.--The rights of man, part second.--v.3. 1791-1804. The republican proclamation.--To the authors of Le re?publicain.--To the Abbe? Sie?yes.--To the attorney general.--To Mr. Secretary Dundas.--Letters to Onslow Cranley.--To the sheriff of the county of Sussex.--To Mr. Secretary Dundas.--Letter addressed to the addressers on the late proclamation.--Address to the people of France.--Anti-monarchal essay.--To the attorney general, on the prosecution against the second part of Rights of man.-- ..

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