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The Life of Thomas Paine: Mover of the "Declaration of Independence;" Secretary of Foreign Affairs Under the First American Congress; Member 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 Calvin Blanchard
Format
Book
Published
New York : The Truth Seeker Company, 28 Lafayette Place, [1890?]
Language
English
Description
110, [14] p., [1] leaf of plates : port. ; 20 cm.
Notes
  • Originally published anonymously in 1860 and reissued by D.M. Bennett in 1877, under the author's name.
  • "Speech of Thomas Paine, as deputy in the National Convention of France, in opposition to the execution of the king" : p. 105-110.
  • Advertisements on p. [2]-[14] at end.
  • Original printed wrappers, with advertisement on p. [4] of wrapper for "The Truth Seeker" which, "during the year 1890 ... will print the most varied and entertaining selection of original papers of any liberal journal."
Local Notes
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Richard Maass Thomas Paine Collection. Gift of Richard Maass, 1996.
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