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Rights of Man being an answer to Mr. Burke's attack on the French Revolution. By Thomas Paine, Secretary for Foreign Affairs in the American War, and Author of the work entitled ''Common Sense.''
London-Derry: Printed at the desire of a Society of gentlemen, 1791. First London-derry edition. Disbound. Removed from a larger volume, leaves toned, damp stain to first few and last few leaves, title page split along spine, lacking wrappers, a few upper fore-corners bent or chipped with loss to a few words on two lines on one leaf, overall still a good copy. 8vo. A rare printing of this seminal work concerning the French Revolution. Only one copy in North America, at the Library of Congress, one in England at the British Library, and the remaining six in Ireland. Printing and the Mind of Man 241. ESTC T169447.
      [Bookseller: Kaaterskill Books, ABAA/ILAB]
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