The Resource The writings of Thomas Paine;, collected and ed. by Moncure Daniel Conway

The writings of Thomas Paine;, collected and ed. by Moncure Daniel Conway

Label
The writings of Thomas Paine;
Title
The writings of Thomas Paine;
Statement of responsibility
collected and ed. by Moncure Daniel Conway
Creator
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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1737-1809
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Paine, Thomas
Illustrations
charts
Index
index present
LC call number
JC177
LC item number
.A3 1894
Literary form
non fiction
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1832-1907
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Conway, Moncure Daniel
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  • Political science
  • Political science
Label
The writings of Thomas Paine;, collected and ed. by Moncure Daniel Conway
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Publication
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volume
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nc
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rdacarrier
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text
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txt
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rdacontent
Contents
  • v. 1. 1774-1779. Introduction -- Prefatory note to Paine's first essay -- African slavery in America -- A dialogue between General Wolfe and General Gage in a wood near Boston -- The magazine in America -- Useful and entertaining hints -- New anecdotes of Alexander the Great -- Reflections on the life and death of Lord Clive -- Cupid and Hymen -- Duelling -- Reflections on titles -- The dream interpreted -- Reflections on unhappy marriages -- Thoughts on defensive war -- An occasional letter on the female sex -- A serious thought -- Common sense -- Epistle to Quakers -- The forester's letters -- A dialogue -- The American crisis -- Retreat across the Delawar -- Letter to Franklin in Paris -- The affair of Silas Deane -- To the public on Mr. Deane's affair -- Messrs. Deane, Jay, and Gérard
  • v. 2. 1779-1792. Peace and the Newfoundland fisheries -- The American Philosophical Society- Emancipation of slaves -- Public good -- Letter to the Abbe Raynal -- Dissertations on government; the affairs of the bank; and paper money -- The Society for Political Inquiries -- Prospects on the Rubicon -- Specification of Thomas Paine -- Letter to Jefferson in Paris -- Thomas Paine's answer to four questions on the legislative and executive powers -- Address and declaration -- The rights of man -- The rights of man, part second
  • v. 3. 1791-1804. The republican proclamation -- To the authors of "Le républicain" -- To the Abbé Sièyes -- To the attorney general -- To Mr. Secretary Dundas -- Letters to Onslow Cranley -- To the sheriff of the county of Sussex -- To Mr. Secretary Dundas -- Letter addressed to the addressers on the late proclamation -- Address to the people of France -- Anti-monarchal essay -- To the attorney general, on the prosecution against the second part of Rights of man -- On the propriety of bringing Louis XVI. to trial -- Reasons for preserving the life of Louis Capet -- Shall Louis XVI. have respite? -- Declaration of rights -- Private letters to Jefferson -- Letters to Danton -- A citizen of America to the citizens of Europe
  • Appeal to the convention -- The memorial to Monroe -- Letter to George Washington -- Observations -- Dissertation on first principles of governement -- The constitution of 1795 -- The decline and fall of the English system of finance -- Forgetfulness -- Agrarian justice -- The eighteenth Fructidor -- The recall of Monroe -- Private letter to President Jefferson -- Proposal that Louisiana be purchased -- Thomas Paine to the citizens of the United States -- To the French inhabitants of Louisiana
  • v. 4. General introduction -- Editor's introduction to "The age of reason." -- The age of reason (First part) -- The age of reason (Second part) -- Letters concerning "The age of reason" -- Prosecution of "The age of reason" The existence of God -- Worship and church bells -- Answer to the Bishop of Llandaff -- Origin of Free-mansory -- Prospect papers -- Examination of prophecies -- A letter to Andrew Dean -- Predestination -- Appendix A. Autobiographical sketch -- B.A letter from London -- C. Scientific memoranda -- D. The iron bridge -- E. The construction of iron bridges -- F. To the people of England -- G. Constitutional reform -- H. Constitutions, governments, and charters -- I. The cause of the yellow fever -- J. Liberty of the press -- K. Songs and rhymes -- L. Case of the officers of excise -- M. The will of Thomas Paine -- Index
Dimensions
23 cm
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
4 volumes
Lccn
04001936
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unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)2158620
Label
The writings of Thomas Paine;, collected and ed. by Moncure Daniel Conway
Link
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • v. 1. 1774-1779. Introduction -- Prefatory note to Paine's first essay -- African slavery in America -- A dialogue between General Wolfe and General Gage in a wood near Boston -- The magazine in America -- Useful and entertaining hints -- New anecdotes of Alexander the Great -- Reflections on the life and death of Lord Clive -- Cupid and Hymen -- Duelling -- Reflections on titles -- The dream interpreted -- Reflections on unhappy marriages -- Thoughts on defensive war -- An occasional letter on the female sex -- A serious thought -- Common sense -- Epistle to Quakers -- The forester's letters -- A dialogue -- The American crisis -- Retreat across the Delawar -- Letter to Franklin in Paris -- The affair of Silas Deane -- To the public on Mr. Deane's affair -- Messrs. Deane, Jay, and Gérard
  • v. 2. 1779-1792. Peace and the Newfoundland fisheries -- The American Philosophical Society- Emancipation of slaves -- Public good -- Letter to the Abbe Raynal -- Dissertations on government; the affairs of the bank; and paper money -- The Society for Political Inquiries -- Prospects on the Rubicon -- Specification of Thomas Paine -- Letter to Jefferson in Paris -- Thomas Paine's answer to four questions on the legislative and executive powers -- Address and declaration -- The rights of man -- The rights of man, part second
  • v. 3. 1791-1804. The republican proclamation -- To the authors of "Le républicain" -- To the Abbé Sièyes -- To the attorney general -- To Mr. Secretary Dundas -- Letters to Onslow Cranley -- To the sheriff of the county of Sussex -- To Mr. Secretary Dundas -- Letter addressed to the addressers on the late proclamation -- Address to the people of France -- Anti-monarchal essay -- To the attorney general, on the prosecution against the second part of Rights of man -- On the propriety of bringing Louis XVI. to trial -- Reasons for preserving the life of Louis Capet -- Shall Louis XVI. have respite? -- Declaration of rights -- Private letters to Jefferson -- Letters to Danton -- A citizen of America to the citizens of Europe
  • Appeal to the convention -- The memorial to Monroe -- Letter to George Washington -- Observations -- Dissertation on first principles of governement -- The constitution of 1795 -- The decline and fall of the English system of finance -- Forgetfulness -- Agrarian justice -- The eighteenth Fructidor -- The recall of Monroe -- Private letter to President Jefferson -- Proposal that Louisiana be purchased -- Thomas Paine to the citizens of the United States -- To the French inhabitants of Louisiana
  • v. 4. General introduction -- Editor's introduction to "The age of reason." -- The age of reason (First part) -- The age of reason (Second part) -- Letters concerning "The age of reason" -- Prosecution of "The age of reason" The existence of God -- Worship and church bells -- Answer to the Bishop of Llandaff -- Origin of Free-mansory -- Prospect papers -- Examination of prophecies -- A letter to Andrew Dean -- Predestination -- Appendix A. Autobiographical sketch -- B.A letter from London -- C. Scientific memoranda -- D. The iron bridge -- E. The construction of iron bridges -- F. To the people of England -- G. Constitutional reform -- H. Constitutions, governments, and charters -- I. The cause of the yellow fever -- J. Liberty of the press -- K. Songs and rhymes -- L. Case of the officers of excise -- M. The will of Thomas Paine -- Index
Dimensions
23 cm
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
4 volumes
Lccn
04001936
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)2158620

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