The life of Thomas Paine;
mover of the "Declaration of independence;" secretary of foreign affairs under the first American Congress; members of the National convention of France: author of "Common sense," "The crisis," "Rights of man," "Age of reason," &c., &c.: the man, whose motto was, "The world is my country; to do good, my religion." Embracing practical considerations on human rights; demonstrating that man tends irrepressibly to actual freedom; and showing a liberty-aim connection in the action of the world's three great author-heroes,--Rousseau, Paine, and Comte.
By the author of "The religion of science."
|Main Author:||Blanchard, Calvin, 1808-1868.|
New York : Calvin Blanchard, 1860.
Paine, Thomas, /
Paine, Thomas, > Paine, Thomas, / 1737-1809.
"Speech of Thomas Paine, as deputy in the National convention of France, in opposition to the execution of the king" : p. 105-110.
Reissued, New York, D.M. Bennett, 1877, under author's name.
3 port. (incl. front)
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