Common sense; with the whole appendix: the address to the Quakers: also, the Large additions, and A dialogue between the ghost of General Montgomery, just arrived from the Elysian Fields; and an American delegate in a wood, near Philadelphia: on the grand subject of American independancy.

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Main Author: Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
Associated Name: Bell, R. (Printer)
Format: Book
Published: Philadelphia : Printed, and sold, by R. Bell, in Third-Street, 1776.
Physical Description:[8], 79, [4], 82-147, [1], 16 p. ; 20 cm (8vo)
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General note:"Common sense ... The third edition. ...", "Large additions to Common sense ..." and "A dialogue between the ghost of General Montgomery just arrived from the Elysian Fields; and an American delegate, in a wood near Philadelphia." have separate dated title pages.
"Common sense" attributed to Thomas Paine in the Dictionary of American biography. The appendix and address to the Quakers are the work of Paine; the "Large additions" and the Dialogue are not.
With a half-title.
Citation / References note:ESTC, W32286
Immediate source of acquisition note:
Donation; Francis Wrangham; 1842.
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Copy note: Lacks the half-title.
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