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1760 - 1815

Thomas Paine's "Rights of Man, being an Answer to Mr Burke's attack on the French Revolution", Part I

Date: 1792. Catalogue reference: TS 24/3/9

Words in bold are approximations. If any word is missing or smudged beyond recognition it is marked [XXXX].

Handwritten addition to cover: Bought of W. Richard P[xxxx] [xxxxx] Colchester. Dec. 12th 1792. Sam Harrison

Rights of Man:
Being an answer to Mr. Burke's attack on the French Revolution.
Part I.

By T. Paine,
Author of Common Sense, Letter to the Abbe Raynal, &c. &c.

London:
Printed for J. Parsons, No. 21, Pater-Noster Row:
Of whom may be had, the second part of the same work, and "Common Sense", price six-pence each.

1792.
[Price six-pence.]

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