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Address of D.I. Eaton: Now Under Sentence of Eighteen Months Imprisonment in Newgate, and to Stand in the Pillory One Hour Before the Said Prison, for Publishing the Third and Last Part of Paine's Age of Reason. : The Latter Part of the Sentence Was Inflicted on the 26th of May Last. : Friends and Fellow Countrymen

Eaton, Daniel Isaac
Format
Book
Published
[London] : Printed by D.I. Eaton, Ave-Maria Lane, Ludgate Street, [1812]
Language
English
Variant Title
Friends and Fellow Countrymen
Description
2 p. ; 21 cm.
Notes
  • Eaton issued an edition of Thomas Paine's "Examination of the Prophecies" under the title "The Age of reason. Part the third" in 1811. He was tried before Lord Ellenborough on March 6th, 1812.
  • An appeal for financial support during his imprisonment, signed, in print, on p. 2: "D.I. Eaton. Felons (formerly State) Side of Newgate. Subscriptions will be thankfully received, and duly acknowledged at the following places, viz. Mr. Jones, Bookseller, No. 5, Newgate Street; Mr. Evans, Newcastle Street, Strand; Mr. Mitchell, 13, Shoemaker Row, Doctors' Commons; and at D.I. Eaton's Ratiocinatory, 3, Ave-Maria-Lane, Ludgate Street."
  • According to Pickering & Chatto, the Address was separately printed and circulated, and was also bound in at the end of Nicholas Fréret's Preservative against religious prejudices.
Local Notes
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Richard Maass Thomas Paine Collection. Gift of Richard Maass, 1996. Bookseller's description, which was laid in, has been placed in collection INSERT FILE.
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