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Thomas Paine's Works 1796  

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The Works, of Thomas Paine, containing Common Sense. Answer to the Abbe Raynal. Letter to the Marquis of Lansdowne. To the authors of the Republican. To the Abbe Syeyes. Part I. Rights of Man. Part II. Rights of Man. Addressed to the addressers, on the late proclamation. Part I. Age of Reason. Part II. Age of Reason. Dissertation on first-principles, of government. His trial with the arguments of counsil [sic] for and against

Paine, Thomas





v [i.e. 8], 480 pp. [bound with] The Decline and Fall of the English System of Finance. [2], 39 pp. Dublin: H.B.C. Clarke, 1796. [bound with] Broome, Ralph. Observations on Mr. Paine's Pamphlet , Entitled The Decline and Fall... [2], 37 pp. Dublin: J. Milliken, [c.1796].  (8vo) 21x12.5 cm (8¼x4¾"), period tree calf, morocco spine label.

A gathering of selections from Paine's works, not the entire works themselves, but quite scarce, and significant for disseminating a range of his influential and radical thought. Not in Gimbel or Howes; possibly a reprint of Sabin 58244.

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Some rubbing to spine, head chipped;

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