The writings of Thomas Paine

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050 0 ‡aJC177 ‡b.A3 1894
100 1 ‡aPaine, Thomas, ‡d1737-1809.
240 1 0 ‡aWorks. ‡f1894
245 0 4 ‡aThe writings of Thomas Paine; ‡ccollected and ed. by Moncure Daniel Conway.
260 0 ‡aNew York, ‡bG.P. Putnam's sons, ‡c1894-96.
300 ‡a4 v. ‡c23 cm.
505 0 ‡av. 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 -- Index.
505 0 ‡aAppeal 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.
505 0 ‡av. 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.
505 0 ‡av. 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.
505 0 ‡av. 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.
538 ‡aMode of access: Internet.
650 0 ‡aPolitical science.
700 1 ‡aConway, Moncure Daniel, ‡d1832-1907, ‡eeditor.
700 1 ‡aConway, Moncure Daniel, ‡d1832-1907, ‡eed.
776 0 8 ‡iOnline version: ‡aPaine, Thomas, 1737-1809. ‡tWritings of Thomas Paine. ‡dNew York, G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1894-96 ‡w(OCoLC)749201192
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