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Sammelband of six works by Paine, including a printing of Common Sense]
Dublin 1792 - Collations as below. Contemporary calf, very worn. Housed in a cloth box. Provenance: Richard Burke, Gurteen Lodge (early Irish owner's inscription) Sammelband of Thomas Paine pamphlets, including an unusual Dublin piracy of a Philadelphia edition of Common Sense. 1) Common Sense addressed to the Inhabitants of America . new edition, with several additions . Philadelphia [but Dublin?]: W. and T. Bradford, 1791. 99, [1]pp. Gimbel CS-66; Evans 23658; ESTC W20054. 2) Rights of Man: being an Answer to Mr. Burke's Attack on the French Revolution . Dublin: G. Burnet [and others],1791. 71, [1]pp. ESTC N13088. 3) Rights of Man. Part the second. Combining Principle and Practice . third edition . Dublin: Byrne, 1792. viii, 75, [1]pp. ESTC N13106. 4) A Letter addressed to the Abbe Raynal on the Affairs of North-America . Philadelphia printed, Dublin reprinted: Lynch [and others], 1782. vii, [1], 76pp. ESTC T5831; Adams 82-66h. 5) [A letter to the Earl of Shelburne, now Marquis of Lansdowne, on his speech, July 10, 1782, respecting the acknowledgement of American independence . Dublin: Burnet (and others), 1791]. [1-2], [5]-48pp. With the half title, but lacks the title page. ESTC T5853. 6) Letter addressed to the Addressers on the Late Proclamation . Dublin: Burnet [and others], 1792. [4], 52pp. Minor loss to final leaf. ESTC N1628. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
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