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Author: Thomas Paine; Moncure Daniel Conway
Publisher: New York, G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1894-96.
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Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
Writings of Thomas Paine.
New York, G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1894-96
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Paine; Moncure Daniel Conway
OCLC Number: 2158620
Description: 4 volumes 23 cm
Contents: 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 on the life and death of Lord Clive --
Cupid and Hymen --
Duelling --
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 Delawar --
Letter to Franklin in Paris --
The affair of Silas Deane --
To the public on Mr. Deane's affair --
Messrs. Deane, Jay, and Gérard. v. 2. 1779-1792. Peace and the Newfoundland fisheries --
The American Philosophical Society- Emancipation of slaves --
Public good --
Letter to the Abbe Raynal --
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 républicain" --
To the Abbé Sièyes --
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 --
On the propriety of bringing Louis XVI. to trial --
Reasons for preserving the life of Louis Capet --
Shall Louis XVI. have respite? --
Declaration of rights --
Private letters to Jefferson --
Letters to Danton --
A citizen of America to the citizens of Europe. Appeal to the convention --
The memorial to Monroe --
Letter to George Washington --
Observations --
Dissertation on first principles of governement --
The constitution of 1795 --
The decline and fall of the English system of finance --
Forgetfulness --
Agrarian justice --
The eighteenth Fructidor --
The recall of Monroe --
Private letter to President Jefferson --
Proposal that Louisiana be purchased --
Thomas Paine to the citizens of the United States --
To the French inhabitants of Louisiana. v. 4. General introduction --
Editor's introduction to "The age of reason." --
The age of reason (First part) --
The age of reason (Second part) --
Letters concerning "The age of reason" --
Prosecution of "The age of reason" The existence of God --
Worship and church bells --
Answer to the Bishop of Llandaff --
Origin of Free-mansory --
Prospect papers --
Examination of prophecies --
A letter to Andrew Dean --
Predestination --
Appendix A. Autobiographical sketch --
B.A letter from London --
C. Scientific memoranda --
D. The iron bridge --
E. The construction of iron bridges --
F. To the people of England --
G. Constitutional reform --
H. Constitutions, governments, and charters --
I. The cause of the yellow fever --
J. Liberty of the press --
K. Songs and rhymes --
L. Case of the officers of excise --
M. The will of Thomas Paine --
Responsibility: collected and ed. by Moncure Daniel Conway.


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