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.
Printed, and sold, by R. Bell, in Third-Street,
|Physical Description:||, 79, , 82-147, , 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.
|Other copy-specific details note:|
Copy note: Lacks the half-title.
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