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An appeal from man in a state of civil society to man in a state of nature or : an inquiry into the origin and organization of those political incorporations most productive of human happiness; being an appeal to reason: containing parallels between the acceptation of the French Magna Charta by Lewis XVI and the acceptation of the English one by John, and his son Henry III. also between the French constituting national assembly and the English convention; in which the fallacy of certain positions respecting the rights of man and the rights of the people as promulgated by an ancient Whig is detected and exposed; and which also includes strictures on Mr. Paine's rights of man; and points out the true origin of hereditary monarchy Preview this item
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An appeal from man in a state of civil society to man in a state of nature or : an inquiry into the origin and organization of those political incorporations most productive of human happiness; being an appeal to reason: containing parallels between the acceptation of the French Magna Charta by Lewis XVI and the acceptation of the English one by John, and his son Henry III. also between the French constituting national assembly and the English convention; in which the fallacy of certain positions respecting the rights of man and the rights of the people as promulgated by an ancient Whig is detected and exposed; and which also includes strictures on Mr. Paine's rights of man; and points out the true origin of hereditary monarchy

Author: Tobias Molloy; John, King of England; Henry, King of England; Louis, King of France; Thomas Paine
Publisher: Dublin : By P. Byrne ..., 1792.
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Genre/Form: Early works
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Early works to 1800
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tobias Molloy; John, King of England; Henry, King of England; Louis, King of France; Thomas Paine
OCLC Number: 49777031
Notes: "Dedication: This treatise on the compatibility of the rights of man and of citizens demonstrating their perpetual coexistence in a state of civeil government founded in pactt is most humbly dedicated to the King, Lords and Commons of Great Britain, the King, Lords and Commons of Ireland, and to the King and National Assembly of the French-the true representatives of the majesty of the British, the Irish and the French people, by the Author."
Description: 256 p. ; 20 cm.
Responsibility: by Tobias Molley.

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