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Agrarian Justice, Opposed to Agrarian Law, and to Agrarian Monopoly: Being a Plan for Meliorating the Condition of Man, by Creating in Every Nation, a National Fund, to Pay to Every Person, When Arrived at the Age of Twenty-One Years, the Sum of Fifteen Pounds Sterling, to Enable Him or Her to Begin the World! and Also, Ten Pounds Sterling Per Annum During Life to Every Person Now Living of the Age of Fifty Years, and to All Others When They Shall Arrive at That Age, to Enable Them to Live in Old Age Without Wretchedness, and to Enable Them to Live in Old Age Without Wretchedness, and Go Decently Out of the World

By Thomas Paine
Format
Book
Published
Philadelphia : Printed by R. Folwell, for Benjamin Franklin Bache, [1797?]
Language
English
Description
iv, [5]-32 p. ; 21 cm.
Notes
First published in Paris, 1797, under title: Thomas Payne à la législature et au directoire. Ou, la justice agraire ... It was republished the same year under title: La justice agraire. Both included a prefatory letter to the legislature and to the directory, omitted in the early English and American editions and first published in English in Conway's edition of Paine. It was first published in English under title: Agrarian justice, in Paris and in London respectively, in 1797. cf. Conway, M.D. The writings of Thomas Paine, 1894-96. v.3, p. 332-23.
Local Notes
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: A 1791 .M573 v.2 no. 1: First of 11 titles in the 2nd of 2 volumes of miscellaneous pamphlets from the library of Lawrence Washington. Inscr. on front flyleaf: Law. Washington 25 Jany 1815. Bookplate of Texas State Library, Austin, Tex. Some of the pamphlets from vol. 1 were removed at some time in the past. Search by call number to retrieve all titles in the volume(s). Tracy W. McGregor Library, American History Collection, Accession number 294526.
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: JC178 .A5 1797b. Copy 1: 23 cm. Copy 2: 19 cm. Richard Maass Thomas Paine Collection. Gift of Richard Maass, 1996. Bookseller's descriptions, which were laid in, have been placed in collection INSERT FILE.
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: F229 .C28 Z92 .G25 E9 1797 no.2: Second title, stitched together, but unbound, with 3 other pamphlets. From the library of the Carter/Wellford family of Sabine Hall. Gift of Rev. T. Dabney Wellford. Search by this call number to retrieve all titles in the volume.
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Evans 32630.
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