Additions to Common sense :
addressed to the inhabitants of America.
|Main Author:||Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.|
|Related Names:||Almon, John 1737-1805., Book producer.|
Philadelphia : Printed ; 1776.
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With this work Paine had nothing to do. It is a reprint, with some omissions and considerable additions, of the "Large additions" collected by R. Bell of Philadelphia, the original publisher of "Common sense", and published after his quarrel with Paine, as a device to help the sale of his third edition against that printed about the same time by Paine's new publishers, W. and T. Bradford. According to the advertisement at the end of the Philadelphia edition, the "Large additions" were written by "some worthy and and respectable citizens of Philadelphia". cf. Sabin, v. 14, p. 126.
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