The Resource Recueil des divers écrits, de Thomas Paine, secrétaire du Congrès américain, et membre de la Convention nationale en 1792; sur la politique et la législation, faisant suite aux autres ouvrages du même auteur, intitulés: Les droits de l'homme et Le sens commun. ; Traduit de l'anglois

Recueil des divers écrits, de Thomas Paine, secrétaire du Congrès américain, et membre de la Convention nationale en 1792; sur la politique et la législation, faisant suite aux autres ouvrages du même auteur, intitulés: Les droits de l'homme et Le sens commun. ; Traduit de l'anglois

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Recueil des divers écrits
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de Thomas Paine, secrétaire du Congrès américain, et membre de la Convention nationale en 1792; sur la politique et la législation, faisant suite aux autres ouvrages du même auteur, intitulés: Les droits de l'homme et Le sens commun. ; Traduit de l'anglois
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  • 26324
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  • Adams, T.R. Thomas Paine
  • Martin & Walter. Révolution français
  • Gimbel, R. Resurgence of Thomas Paine
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1737-1809
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Paine, Thomas
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no index present
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non fiction
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dictionaries
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  • 1737-1809
  • 1737-1809
  • 1737-1809
  • 1737-1809
  • 1737-1809
  • 1737-1809
  • 1748-1809
  • 1737-1805
  • 1742-1811
  • 1731-1814
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  • Paine, Thomas
  • Paine, Thomas
  • Paine, Thomas
  • Paine, Thomas
  • Paine, Thomas
  • Paine, Thomas
  • Soulés, François
  • Lansdowne, William Petty
  • Dundas, Henry
  • Onslow, George Onslow
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  • Raynal
  • Paine, Thomas
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Recueil des divers écrits, de Thomas Paine, secrétaire du Congrès américain, et membre de la Convention nationale en 1792; sur la politique et la législation, faisant suite aux autres ouvrages du même auteur, intitulés: Les droits de l'homme et Le sens commun. ; Traduit de l'anglois
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  • A collection of ten of Thomas Paine's letters and: Pensées sur la paix, et sur les avantages qui peuvent en résulter pour les Etats-Unis de l'Amérique", a translation of: Thoughts on the peace, translated by Fran̨cois Soulès
  • Name of translator from Adams
  • "Lettre a l'Abbé Raynal, sur les affairs de l'Amérique septentrionale. Dans laquelle on relève les erreurs que contient son ouvrage sur la Révolution des Etats-Unis", p. [1]-127, 2nd count, has separate caption title and was first printed in English as "Letter addressed to the Abbe Raynal, on the affairs of North-America", first printed in Philadelphia, 1782; It is a reply to: Révolution de l'Amérique / Guillaume-Thomas-François, Abbé Raynal, first printed in French, London, 1781
  • "Lettre au comte de Shelburne (1), a l'occasion du discours qu'il a prononcé au Parlement d'Angleterre, le 10 juillet 1782, sur l'indépendance des Etats-Unis de l'Amérique. A Philadelphie, le 29 octobre 1782", p. 128-149, has separate caption title and is considered to be Paine's American crisis, number XII, first printed in Philadelphia, 1782 and then as a separate pamphlet, not as part of the American crisis, entitled "A letter to the Earl of Shelburne, now Marquis of Lansdowne", Philadelphia, 1783
  • "Pensées sur la paix, et sur les avantages qui peuvent en résulter pour les Etats-Unis de l'Amérique", p. 150-163, has separate caption title, and is considered to be Paine's American crisis, number XIII, first printed in the Pennsylvania gazette, 23 April 1783, as "The last crisis. No. XIII" and then as a separate pamphlet, not as part of the American crisis, entitled "Thoughts on the peace, and the probably advantages thereof", reprinted in London, 1783
  • "Lettre aux auteurs du Républicain (1). Paris, .. juin 1791", p. 164-171, has separate caption title, and was never printed as a pamphlet. The Republican is referred to as a French paper in later editions of the collected letters and could be any one of 4 journals printed in France from 1792-1794. Paine's letter is noted as first being published in England in the Morning post
  • "Lettre a l'Abbé Seyes. Paris, le 8 juillet 1791", p. 172-175, has separate caption title, and was never printed as a pamphlet
  • "Lettre premiere a M. Henry Dundas, secrétaire d'etat. Londres, le 6 juin 1792", p. 176-212, has separate caption title, and was first printed as "Letters to Lord Onslow and Henry Dundas" first printed separately in 1792; later issued together in what was enumerated the second edition in London, by James Ridgway under title: Onslow and Dundas. A letter to Mr. Henry Dundas ... in answer to his speech on the late excellent proclamation. The second edition with an Appendix, containing a letter to Lord Onslow
  • "Seconde lettre a Onslow a Onslow Cranley, communément appellé Lord Onslow. Londres, le 21 juin 1792", p. 212-218, has separate caption title, and was first printed as "Second letter to Lord Onslow" first printed separately in London,1792
  • "Seconde lettre a M. Dundas, l'un des ministres du Roi d'Angleterre. Calais, le 15 septembre 1792", p. 219-225, has separate caption title, and was first printed in "Paine, Dundas, and Onslow", London, 1792
  • "Lettre aux signataires des adresses, sur la proclamation du Roi d'Angleterre, relative aux Droits de l'hommes. Londres, le ... septembre 1792", p. 226-327, has separate caption title
  • "Lettre au peuple de France. Paris, le 25 septembre 1792", p. 328-334, has separate caption title, and was first printed in English as "Letter to the people of France and the French armies on the event of the 18 fructidor", Paris, 1797
  • Signatures: [pi]2 A-X8
  • "Ouvrages de Thomas Paine, qui se trouvent chez Buisson, Libraire": p. 2 and 4, 1st count
Extent
1 online resource ([4], 336 pages, [1] leaf of plates
Form of item
online
Note
  • John Carter Brown Library copy 1 (D793 .P147s) bound as 2nd item of 2 with: Le sens commun, adressé aux habitans de l'Amérique / Thomas Paine, Paris: Buisson, 1793.
  • John Carter Brown Library copy 1 has engraved frontispiece portrait of the author bound as frontispiece of Le sense commun.
  • John Carter Brown Library copy 1 bound in contemporary full mottled calf.
  • John Carter Brown Library copy 2 (D793 .P147rd) bound separately.
  • John Carter Brown Library copy 2 purchased with the assistance of the Harper Fund.
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port.)
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Recueil des divers écrits, de Thomas Paine, secrétaire du Congrès américain, et membre de la Convention nationale en 1792; sur la politique et la législation, faisant suite aux autres ouvrages du même auteur, intitulés: Les droits de l'homme et Le sens commun. ; Traduit de l'anglois
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Publication
Note
  • A collection of ten of Thomas Paine's letters and: Pensées sur la paix, et sur les avantages qui peuvent en résulter pour les Etats-Unis de l'Amérique", a translation of: Thoughts on the peace, translated by Fran̨cois Soulès
  • Name of translator from Adams
  • "Lettre a l'Abbé Raynal, sur les affairs de l'Amérique septentrionale. Dans laquelle on relève les erreurs que contient son ouvrage sur la Révolution des Etats-Unis", p. [1]-127, 2nd count, has separate caption title and was first printed in English as "Letter addressed to the Abbe Raynal, on the affairs of North-America", first printed in Philadelphia, 1782; It is a reply to: Révolution de l'Amérique / Guillaume-Thomas-François, Abbé Raynal, first printed in French, London, 1781
  • "Lettre au comte de Shelburne (1), a l'occasion du discours qu'il a prononcé au Parlement d'Angleterre, le 10 juillet 1782, sur l'indépendance des Etats-Unis de l'Amérique. A Philadelphie, le 29 octobre 1782", p. 128-149, has separate caption title and is considered to be Paine's American crisis, number XII, first printed in Philadelphia, 1782 and then as a separate pamphlet, not as part of the American crisis, entitled "A letter to the Earl of Shelburne, now Marquis of Lansdowne", Philadelphia, 1783
  • "Pensées sur la paix, et sur les avantages qui peuvent en résulter pour les Etats-Unis de l'Amérique", p. 150-163, has separate caption title, and is considered to be Paine's American crisis, number XIII, first printed in the Pennsylvania gazette, 23 April 1783, as "The last crisis. No. XIII" and then as a separate pamphlet, not as part of the American crisis, entitled "Thoughts on the peace, and the probably advantages thereof", reprinted in London, 1783
  • "Lettre aux auteurs du Républicain (1). Paris, .. juin 1791", p. 164-171, has separate caption title, and was never printed as a pamphlet. The Republican is referred to as a French paper in later editions of the collected letters and could be any one of 4 journals printed in France from 1792-1794. Paine's letter is noted as first being published in England in the Morning post
  • "Lettre a l'Abbé Seyes. Paris, le 8 juillet 1791", p. 172-175, has separate caption title, and was never printed as a pamphlet
  • "Lettre premiere a M. Henry Dundas, secrétaire d'etat. Londres, le 6 juin 1792", p. 176-212, has separate caption title, and was first printed as "Letters to Lord Onslow and Henry Dundas" first printed separately in 1792; later issued together in what was enumerated the second edition in London, by James Ridgway under title: Onslow and Dundas. A letter to Mr. Henry Dundas ... in answer to his speech on the late excellent proclamation. The second edition with an Appendix, containing a letter to Lord Onslow
  • "Seconde lettre a Onslow a Onslow Cranley, communément appellé Lord Onslow. Londres, le 21 juin 1792", p. 212-218, has separate caption title, and was first printed as "Second letter to Lord Onslow" first printed separately in London,1792
  • "Seconde lettre a M. Dundas, l'un des ministres du Roi d'Angleterre. Calais, le 15 septembre 1792", p. 219-225, has separate caption title, and was first printed in "Paine, Dundas, and Onslow", London, 1792
  • "Lettre aux signataires des adresses, sur la proclamation du Roi d'Angleterre, relative aux Droits de l'hommes. Londres, le ... septembre 1792", p. 226-327, has separate caption title
  • "Lettre au peuple de France. Paris, le 25 septembre 1792", p. 328-334, has separate caption title, and was first printed in English as "Letter to the people of France and the French armies on the event of the 18 fructidor", Paris, 1797
  • Signatures: [pi]2 A-X8
  • "Ouvrages de Thomas Paine, qui se trouvent chez Buisson, Libraire": p. 2 and 4, 1st count
Extent
1 online resource ([4], 336 pages, [1] leaf of plates
Form of item
online
Note
  • John Carter Brown Library copy 1 (D793 .P147s) bound as 2nd item of 2 with: Le sens commun, adressé aux habitans de l'Amérique / Thomas Paine, Paris: Buisson, 1793.
  • John Carter Brown Library copy 1 has engraved frontispiece portrait of the author bound as frontispiece of Le sense commun.
  • John Carter Brown Library copy 1 bound in contemporary full mottled calf.
  • John Carter Brown Library copy 2 (D793 .P147rd) bound separately.
  • John Carter Brown Library copy 2 purchased with the assistance of the Harper Fund.
Other physical details
port.)
Specific material designation
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