Rights of Man, Part The First Being an Answer to Mr. Burke's Attack on The French Revolution (bound with) Rights of Man; Part The Second. Combining Principle and Practice (bound with) Letter Addressed to The Adressers, on The Proclamation (bound with) Dissertation on first-Principles of Government. Thomas Paine.
Rights of Man, Part The First Being an Answer to Mr. Burke's Attack on The French Revolution (bound with) Rights of Man; Part The Second. Combining Principle and Practice (bound with) Letter Addressed to The Adressers, on The Proclamation (bound with) Dissertation on first-Principles of Government
Rights of Man, Part The First Being an Answer to Mr. Burke's Attack on The French Revolution (bound with) Rights of Man; Part The Second. Combining Principle and Practice (bound with) Letter Addressed to The Adressers, on The Proclamation (bound with) Dissertation on first-Principles of Government
Rights of Man, Part The First Being an Answer to Mr. Burke's Attack on The French Revolution (bound with) Rights of Man; Part The Second. Combining Principle and Practice (bound with) Letter Addressed to The Adressers, on The Proclamation (bound with) Dissertation on first-Principles of Government
Rights of Man, Part The First Being an Answer to Mr. Burke's Attack on The French Revolution (bound with) Rights of Man; Part The Second. Combining Principle and Practice (bound with) Letter Addressed to The Adressers, on The Proclamation (bound with) Dissertation on first-Principles of Government
Rights of Man, Part The First Being an Answer to Mr. Burke's Attack on The French Revolution (bound with) Rights of Man; Part The Second. Combining Principle and Practice (bound with) Letter Addressed to The Adressers, on The Proclamation (bound with) Dissertation on first-Principles of Government
Rights of Man, Part The First Being an Answer to Mr. Burke's Attack on The French Revolution (bound with) Rights of Man; Part The Second. Combining Principle and Practice (bound with) Letter Addressed to The Adressers, on The Proclamation (bound with) Dissertation on first-Principles of Government

Rights of Man, Part The First Being an Answer to Mr. Burke's Attack on The French Revolution (bound with) Rights of Man; Part The Second. Combining Principle and Practice (bound with) Letter Addressed to The Adressers, on The Proclamation (bound with) Dissertation on first-Principles of Government

1792 onward. Leather bound. Full leather (worn). Pagination as follows: tract 1: 76 pp. Tract 2: vii, (1), pp. 9-91, (5) pp. Tract 3: half-title ("Paine's Rights of Man, Part The Third), tp, 38 pp. Tract 4: 40 pp. Fair, lots of foxing, minor staining to first title-page, minor loss to first two sheets of first tract at lower right corner, no text loss last leaf of tract 4 has missing corner but no text loss, the whole volume is tender. Item #173365

No ffep or half-title to first tract, which is erroneously dated 1742 in Roman numerals. It is listed as a London printing, but right under this is stated New York, Reprinted for Berry, Rogers, and Berry. It aligns with OCLC number 60530768. Second tract published London, 1792 for H.D. Symonds, and corresponds to OCLC number 5018567 most closely, though there is no ad on the verso of the last blank leaf. Tract 3 has half-title of "Paine's Rights of Man, Part The Third", New York 1793, printed by Thomas Greenleaf, and corresponds best to OCLC number 166592329. Tract 4 is printed at Paris, third year of The French Republic (1795), at The English Press. Tract 4 is the first issue, with "stands" on line 9 of page 25. It was replaced by "all men" in the second state. A very nice Sammelband of Paine's influential writings.

Price: $3,500.00

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