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Thomas Paine

The writings, of Thomas Paine, secretary for foreign affairs to the Congress of the United States of America, in the late war. Containing, 1. Rights of man. 2. Common sense. 3. The crisis. 4. Public good. 5. Letter to Abbe Raynal. 6. Letter to the Earl of Shelburne. 7. Letter to Sir Guy Carlton. 8. Letter to the authors of the Republican. 9. Letter to Abbe Seyeyes.

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Albany: Printed by Charles R. & George Webster , 1792.
The writings, of Thomas Paine, secretary for foreign affairs to the Congress of the United States of America, in the late war. Containing, 1. Rights of man. 2. Common sense. 3. The crisis. 4. Public good. 5. Letter to Abbe Raynal. 6. Letter to the Earl of Shelburne. 7. Letter to Sir Guy Carlton. 8. Letter to the authors of the Republican. 9. Letter to Abbe Seyeyes. Library Average
Circulation records from 1793-1799 are lost.
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William Laurence1/31/18002/11/1800Paines Writings
William Laurence2/22/18003/4/1800"
Leffert Lefferts2/28/18013/13/1801Paines Writings
Leffert Lefferts3/13/18013/31/1801"
Thomas Buckley8/13/18018/13/1801Paines Writings
Thomas Bullock8/21/18018/27/1801Paines Writing
Townsend Underhill1/8/18021/11/1802Paines Writings
Matthias Nach4/21/18034/29/1803Paine's Writings
Robert Watts3/7/18043/13/1804Paines Writings
Hamilton Stewart5/17/18045/18/1804Paines Writings
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