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Abstract

An important 18th century radical republican theorist and political writer, Thomas Paine was a leading figure in the American Revolution. Despite his humble beginnings and lack of formal education, his reasoned and persuasive writings not only influenced nascent American republican ideology, but profoundly affected the perception of government in England and France as well. His three most influential works are Common Sense (1776), The Rights of Man (1791-1792), and The Age of Reason (1794, 1795, 1807).

The Richard Gimbel Collection is a heterogeneous mix of items connected only by the fact that they were all collected by Gimbel (1898-1970) and that most were written by, to, or about the revolutionary Paine. Of primary importance are the approximately sixty-five letters or manuscripts in Paine's own hand, including Paine's 1776 manuscript notes for Common Sense, his letter of January 10, 1781, in which he takes leave of his former commanding officer, Nathanael Greene, and his January 6, 1789 letter to Kitty Nicholson Few, in which he writes of his view of matrimony and other personal matters. The collection includes a series of correspondence between Thomas Paine and Samuel Adams, which were originally marked "forgeries," these appear instead simply to be the letters of two men bearing famous names.

Background note

Thomas Paine was one of the foremost political philosophers of the 18th century. His ideas influenced the courses of both the American Revolution and the French Revolution and are still of significance today. His tragic life was partly the result of his status as a man far ahead of his time.

Paine was born January 29, 1737 in Thetford, Norfolk, England, to a Quaker corset-maker and his Anglican.wife. He remained in poverty throughout his life. He was married twice: to Mary Lambert in 1759 (she died within a year), and to Elizabeth Olive in 1771 (they separated in 1774). A hint of the course his life would later take came in 1772, when he was fired from his job as an excise officer for publishing a document advocating higher wages as a method for curtailing corruption in government service.

Paine became acquainted with Benjamin Franklin while in London. Franklin was impressed by Paine's mind and may have seen something of himself in the younger man. Both came from humble origins and were largely self-educated, but showed a broad intellectual understanding and a passionate engagement in life. Paine immigrated to Philadelphia in 1774, armed with letters of introduction from Franklin. He became an editor at the Pennsylvania Magazine and began to anonymously publish his own essays and poetry. One of his earliest pieces was "African Slavery in America" (1775), one of the first and most influential abolitionist writings in America.

His great tour de force was the 50-page pamphlet Common Sense, which was published anonymously on January 10, 1776. It sold more than 500,000 copies in a few months. Its central thesis, that common sense dictates that the colonies derive no benefit from their association with Great Britain and therefore should become independent, helped to fan the flames of revolution that led to the drafting of the Declaration of Independence six months later. Between 1776 and 1783 he issued a series of pamphlets under the title The American Crisis. General George Washington ordered Paine's works (which included the famous line, "These are the times that try men's souls") to be read to the flagging American troops as an inspiration to presevere in their cause. Paine served briefly in the colonial army under the command of General Nathanael Greene. In 1777, he was appointed secretary of the Committee of Foreign Affairs by the Second Continental Congress. He lost that position in 1779 due to political disputes, but later became the clerk of the Pennsylvania legislature. In 1785, he was elected to the American Philosophical Society.

Financial and political difficulties led Paine to return to England in 1787. There he published his Rights of Man in two parts, in 1791 and 1792. This eloquent refutation of Edmund Burke's critical Reflections Upon the French Revolution sold a million and a half copies before it was supressed. Paine's stance against monarchy and for a republican form of government caused him to be tried for treason by the British government in 1792. Already on his way to France when the order for his arrest was issued, Paine still managed to remain embroiled in controversy. He took his seat in the French National Convention, but offended Robespierre by favoring exile, rather than execution, for King Louis XVI. He was imprisoned from December 1793 to November 1794, during which time Part I of his The Age of Reason was published. Part II was published in 1795, and part of Part III in 1807. In this work he severely criticized organized religion, but his words were widely misinterpreted as a defense of atheism. He lost many friends as a result.

In 1802 President Thomas Jefferson helped him return to the United States, and he went to live on his farm in New Rochelle, NY. Instead of being remembered for his contributions to the revolution, Paine found he was feared for his radical ideas and infamous as the world's greatest infidel. His final days were marred by poverty, poor health, and enmity. He died on June 8, 1809 in New York City and was buried on his farm after sacred ground was refused. Ten years later, journalist William Cobbett disinterned his remains and brought them to England with the intention of building a proper monument to this great thinker. The curse of Paine's unhappy life followed him even after death, as Cobbett's vision was never realized and Paine's remains were lost.

Scope and content

This eclectic collection was assembled by Louis Richard Gimbel (he did not use his first name), whose extensive printed collection on Paine is also at the APS (see guidebook cited in "References" below). The manuscripts collection includes approximately sixty-three letters and documents written by Paine, as well as items written to him or related to him. They center on his life in America after 1774 and his years in England and France after 1781. There is much discussion of political matters (American, English, and French), references to his interest in iron bridges, and comments on his writings as well as his personal life (see his letter to Kitty Few). Significant correspondents include John Bayard, Edmund Burke, De Witt Clinton, Kitty Nicholson Few, Abiel Foster, Nathanael Greene, John Hall, Thomas Jefferson, Henry Laurens, James Madison, Thomas Mifflin, James Monroe, Robert Morris, David Rittenhouse, George Washington, and Benjamin West. Correspondence not directly linked to Paine include letters by Moncure D. Conway and Thomas A. Edison. There are also some accounts, receipts, and verses by Paine (one poem concerns General Wolfe), and other writings, such as fragments of his 1776 outline for Common Sense.

Also included in the collection are approximately sixty-five contemporary documents relating to Paine and many miscellaneous items assembled by Gimbel. These include: an interesting series of letters of William Cobbett concerning politics and personal matters (ca. 1798-1834), with a manuscript of his address before 30,000 Irish concerning British-Irish relations, 18 September 1834; a James Monroe letter of 1 November 1794 written to the French Committee of Public Safety on behalf of the imprisoned Paine; and an anonymous manuscript (ca. 1796) replying to Paine's Decline and Fall of the English System of Finance. Twenty-nine manuscript items pulled from Colonel Gimbel's book collection include: a series of letters to Archibald McIntire, et al. concerning New York State lotteries (ca. 1806-1821); numerous writings of one Grant Thornburn, including his, "Reminiscences of New York in 1794," and a historical account of the first use of slate roofs and slate nails in America (New York City, 1794). There is also a small group of documents (ca. 1779-1806) relating to the Bridge Company of Philadelphia, which was set up to erect a permanent bridge over the Schuylkill River (the officers of the company were: Thomas P. Cope, Henry Drinker, and Thomas Parke).

The balance of the collection is a series of twenty-four letters (1775-1793) from Thomas Paine of Eastham and Mount Desert Island to Dr. Samuel Adams. Originally marked "forgeries," these appear instead simply to be the letters of two men bearing famous names.

The collection is divided into two series: Series I Paine Material which contains the correspondence to and from Thomas Paine, as well as manuscripts written by him; and Series II MiscellaneousMaterial which is comprised of the material written about Paine. Series II also contains the Samuel Adams correspondence. Both series are arranged chronologically

Collection information

Provenance

Bequest of Col. Richard Gimbel, 1971.

Preferred citation

Cite as: Col. Richard Gimbel Collection of Thomas Paine Papers, American Philosophical Society.

Processing information

Recatalogued by Alison M. Lewis, 2001.

Other finding aids

Stephans, Hildegard, compiler, The Thomas Paine Collection of Richard Gimbel in the Library of the American Philosophical Society. Scholarly Resources, 1976. Call no.: 012 P16a

Related material

The Printed Materials Department of the APS Library includes numerous copies of all of Paine's major titles, most of his minor titles, and dozens of newspapers and other works inspired by Paine and his political philosophy. This collection includes everything from first printings of first editions to miscellaneous later editions, foreign language editions, and works on Paine. For further information on Paine's published writings held by the APS, please consult the work cited below.

The Library also houses an extensive collection of political cartoons relating to Painite radicalism and the conservative response. Dating primarily from the period 1792-1805, and printed mostly in England, these include satirical prints by Gilray and Sayre, among many others.

Naval History Note

The Paine Papers contain at least one item which may be of interest to naval historians:

Jefferson, Thomas. Letter to Thomas Paine. 1788 July 28. Discusses a battle between Admiral Paul Jones and the Prince of Nassau on the 18th of June, the "forerunner of the great decissive action... which took place on the 26th..." Mentions also a "less bloody war" between the Pope and the King of Naples. 4 pages.

Early American History Note

The Thomas Paine Collection is a very rich and diverse collection. Much of the early material is from Paine to others. The later material contains significant documents that Richard Gimbel Collected from the early national period (after 1800) that do not involve Paine but may be of interest to researchers of that period. Included in the documents are notes on Common Sense, letters on courtship and love, the American Revolution, and letters relating to his time in France after the Revolution.

Paine’s letters provide insight into his early life in America and his role in various aspects of the American Revolution, including serving under Nathanael Greene and later operating as a polemicist writing attacks on Rhode Island’s rejection of a nationwide tax in 1782. His letters occasionally touch upon his own views on politics and the new nation. Many of these letters have been transcribed.

Later letters show Paine’s involvement in engineering projects, especially the design and construction of an iron bridge across the Schuylkill, and document his travels through Europe. There is also a long letter to Edmund Burke written in 1788 when Paine was in Paris. The letter discusses the state of affairs on the Continent and how they may relate to England. There is also a letter from Paine while imprisoned in Paris in 1795 to George Washington accusing him of abandoning him, which complements a letter in the Richard Henry Lee Collection in which Washington offered his support for Paine in 1784.

Two manuscript essays are also part of the collection. One is a copy of Common Sense, written after its publication, possibly in England in preparation for publication, and the other is a copy of an unpublished tract attacking Pain’s The Decline and Fall of the English System of Finance.

Finally, there are documents relating to collecting Paine memorabilia and his historical significance, including a letter from Thomas Edison and a record of Paine’s last moments.

The Collection also contains a series of significant letters relating to early national politics and international events. Included in this material are letters dealing with 19th century British politics. There are letters from Thomas Paine to Samuel Adams (although these are not letters from the Thomas Paine and Samuel Adams, it is likely that the Dr. Samuel Adams in these letters was the son of the well-known Massachusetts revolutionary. Dr. Samuel Adams fought in the war and died in 1788.). The letters from this other Paine and Adams are content rich and include discussions of politics, local divisions caused by the imperial crisis, news of the war, and personal matters, including the death of Paine’s wife and reports of the death of Adams’ child in 1782. The letters are written by Paine based in Eastham and then Desert Island, Maine are addressed to Adams based possibly in Truro, Milton, Ipswich, and then possibly serving in the Continental Army. If the Dr. Samuel Adams is the son of Samuel Adams, then this collection complements the large collection of letters the Sol Feinstone Collection has from Samuel Adams Jr. to his wife. Interestingly, these letters go beyond when Samuel Adams Jr. is said to have died. It is quite possible that the Samuel Adams in this correspondence and the Feinstone Collection is another doctor from the Boston area who served in the Continental Army.

Biographical Note regarding Col. Richard Gimbel

Richard Gimbel's full name is Louis Richard Gimbel, although he did not use his first name. Source: World War I draft registration, Local Board for Division No. 6, Philadelphia PA, Ser. No. 8714, date of registration 10 Sep 1918; with signature, "L. Richard Gimbel." He was at that time a student at Yale University, although the registration card further notes, "training at Camp Jackson, S.C." He was 20 years of age; date of birth 26 July 1898. His permanent home address was given as 1830 S. Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia; the home of his father, Ellis A. Gimbel, Sr., who is listed as nearest relative.

Indexing Terms

Corporate Name(s)

  • Bridge Company of Philadelphia

Genre(s)

  • General Correspondence
  • Manuscript Essays

Personal Name(s)

  • Adams, Samuel
  • Bayard, John Bubenheim, 1738-1807
  • Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797
  • Clinton, George, 1739-1812
  • Clymer, George, 1734-1813
  • Cobbett, William, 1763-1835
  • Conway, Moncure Daniel, 1832-1907
  • Cope, Thomas Pim, 1768-1854
  • Drinker, Henry, 1734-1809
  • Edison , Thomas A., (Thomas Alva), 1847-1931
  • Few, Kitty Nicholson
  • Foster , Abiel, 1735-1806
  • Greene, Nathanael, 1742-1786
  • Hall, John
  • Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826
  • Laurens, Henry, 1724-1792
  • Madison, James, 1751-1836
  • McIntere, Archibald
  • Mifflin, Thomas, 1744-1800
  • Monroe, James, 1758-1831
  • Morris, Robert, 1734-1806
  • Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809
  • Parke, Thomas, 1749-1835
  • Rittenhouse, David, 1732-1796
  • Thorburn, Grant, 1773-1863
  • Washington, George, 1732-1799
  • West, Benjamin, 1738-1820
  • Wolfe, James, 1727-1759

Subject(s)

  • American Revolution
  • Americans Abroad
  • Bridges--18th century
  • Colonial Politics
  • Early National Politics
  • Engineering
  • France--Politics and government--1789-1815
  • Great Britain--Politics and government--1789-1820
  • International Affairs
  • Ireland--Foreign relations
  • Lotteries--New York (State)
  • Marriage and Family Life
  • New York (N.Y.)--Description and travel--18th century
  • Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809
  • Printing and Publishing
  • Roofing, Slate
  • Schuylkill River Bridge
  • Science and Technology
  • United States--Politics and government--Revolution, 1775-1783
Collection overview
1775-1808 

Contains correspondence to and from Thomas Paine. There are also manuscript copies of documents written by Paine.

1692-1921 

Consists of correspondence and manuscripts about Paine, as well as other unrelated material. The Dr. Samuel Adams correspondence are also included

  
  
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Detailed Inventory
Series I. Paine Material
1775-1808 

Contains correspondence to and from Thomas Paine. There are also manuscript copies of documents written by Paine.

Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to John Bayard, 1738-1807
1777 October 30 2p.Box 1
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Henry Laurens, 1724-1792
1778 April 11 3p.Box 1
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Henry Laurens, 1724-1792
1779 January 9 2p.Box 1
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Pennsylvania. Supreme Executive Council
1779 October 11 2p.Box 1
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ADS to David Rittenhouse, 1732-1796
1779 November 27 1p.Box 1

Order to Rittenhouse to John Bayard.

General physical description: 1p.

Muhlenberg, Frederick Augustus Conrad, 1750-1801.
ADS to Thomas Paine
1781 January 9 2p.Box 1

Order for payment to Thomas Paine for "Service as Clerk of the general Assembly..." On reverse: order for payment to Thomas Paine signed by William Moore, Vice President of the General Assembly, and David Rittenhouse, Treasurer, dated 1781, January 9.

General physical description: 2p.

Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Nathaniel Greene, 1740-1786
1781 January 10 1p.Box 1

About Henry Laurens' appointment as "Envoy Extraordinary to France," Paine's subsequent appointment as his secretary, and leaving America for France.

General physical description: 1p.

Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Nathaniel Greene, 1740-1786
1781 September 10 2p.Box 1

About Paine's return to America and his appreciation to Greene for his "enterprise, address, management and success to the southward..."

General physical description: 2p.

Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Robert Morris, 1734-1806
1782 November 28 4p.Box 1
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Honorable Clarke, Congress
1783 June 24 1p.Box 1

Request for the "Committee" to allow Paine to submit in writing "a detail of circumstances" before making a report.

General physical description: 1p.

Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Robert Morriss, 1734-1806
1783 October 14 1p.Box 1

Regarding the "Treaty and Treaty of Commerce."

General physical description: 1p.

Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to John Hall
1783? October 3p.Box 1

About the sent "battau" and Paine's planned date of arrival to New York.

General physical description: 3p.

Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to George Clinton, 1739-1812
1783 December 19 2p.Box 1
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Thomas Mifflin, 1744-1800
1785 December 19 3p.Box 1

A reminder to Mifflin about due compensation for "eminent Services rendered to America, during the late revolution..."

General physical description: 3p.

Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Henry Claypole
1786 March 22 2p.Box 1

An indignant letter from Paine suggesting that Claypole was negligent in not printing the piece that Paine had sent .

General physical description: 2p.

Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to John Hall
1786 September 22 2p.Box 1

About living arrangements.

General physical description: 2p.

Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to George Clymer, 1734-1813
1786 December 13 1p.Box 1

About debates and Paine's "Model."

General physical description: 1p.

Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Dr. Samuel Adams
1787 January 21 3p.Box 1
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to "Messieurs"
1787 May 24- 1787 July 21 2.0 items (5p). Box 1

Letter introducing Paine's "model of the construction of an American bridge." Enclosed is an "Extract from the Minutes of the Assembly of Pennsylvania, May 24, 1787. The 3-page AD is a "Committee" (favorable) report on Paine's bridge model.

Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Lewis Morris, 1726-1798
1788 May 4 4p.Box 1
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to unknown
1788 July 11 2p.Box 1
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Benjamin West, 1746-1817
1788 July 13 2p.Box 1

Short letter mentioning poor health, a new election for Westminster, and a trip to"Wilkinson's Iron Works in Shropshire.

General physical description: 2p.

Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826.
ALS extract to Thomas Paine
1788 July 28 4p.Box 1

About a battle between Admiral Paul Jones and the Prince of Nassau on the 18th of June, the "forerunner of the great decissive action... which took place on the 26th..." Mentions also a "less bloody war between the Pope and the King of Naples..."

General physical description: 4p.

Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Edmund Burke, 1729-1797
1788 August 7 10p.Box 1
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
AL to Kitty Nicholson Few
1789 January 6-7 10p.Box 1

A very sentimental letter inspired by Few's recent marriage.

General physical description: 10p.

Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Sam Walker and Co.
1791 August 30 1p.Box 1
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to John Hall
1792 February 16 1p.Box 1
Washington, George, 1732-1799.
Copy of ALS to Thomas Paine, 1737-1809.
1792 May 6 2p.Box 1

Washington thanks Paine for copies of Rights of Man, and other works. In French.

General physical description: 2p.

Oswald, Eleazer, 1755-1795.
ALS to Thomas Paine, 1737-1809
1792 May 30 1p.Box 1

About meeting to discuss politcal situation in France.

General physical description: 1p.

Ackers, James, 1756?-1827.
ALS to Thomas Paine, 1737-1808
1795 February 7 4p.Box 1

About the House of Commons, "procuring and fabricating signatures on petitions," and the Bulls Head Party.

General physical description: 4p.

Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Citoyen Pelet
1795 February 27 1p.Box 1

About a future publication and a letter of introduction for a young Englishwomen needing a passport.

General physical description: 1p.

Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS and ALSCy in French to Pelet
1795 February 27 1p.Box 1

Two versions (one in French) of an appeal for a passport to help "a harmless unoffending woman."

General physical description: 1p.

Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to George Washington, 1732-1799
1795 September 20 2p.Box 1

A scathing letter in which Paine accuses Washington of treachery.

General physical description: 2p.

Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to James Monroe, 1758-1831
ca. 1795 2p.Box 1
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
AMS to Stephen Thorn and George Barnes
1796 December 10 1p.Box 1

Deed of gift to Stephen Thorn and George Barnes for the "Letter from Thomas Paine to George Washington..."

General physical description: 1p.

Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Paul Francois Jean Nicolas, comte de Barras, 1755-1829
1797 January 3 2p.Box 1

Recommending Captain Blackwell, "who wishes to be sent to Ireland...to assist in making his native oppressed country free."

General physical description: 2p.

Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
Ams to Nathan Haley
1799 August 31 2p.Box 1
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Skipwith
1801 February 3 2p.Box 2
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Skipwith
1801 September 29 3p.Box 2

Congratulations and cautionary advice on Skipwith's commission.

General physical description: 3p.

Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Skipwith
1801 December 14 2p.Box 2
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to John Fellows
1805 June 4 1p.Box 2
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
Ams
1806 Nov. 13 2p.Box 2

At the end of this piece,"To a Friend of Peace," appears the note: "This fragment is in the Handwriting of Thomas Paine and was given to me by a person named Clarke who brought it from America. December 1830."

General physical description: 2p.

Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Binney and Ronaldson
1807 April 8 1p.Box 2

About politcs and seeking housing.

General physical description: 1p.

Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to James Madison, 1751-1836
1807 May 3 2p.Box 2

About Paine's imprisonment at the hands of "Robspere" and his subsequent release on "Mr. Monro's reclamation."

General physical description: 2p.

Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
AMS fragments
1807 August 21 4p.Box 2

Last part of "Reply to Cheetham."

General physical description: 4p.

Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
Ams to Thomas Jefferson, 1743-1826
1807 August 29 1p.Box 2

About "a proposed method of firing guns from a gun boat..."

General physical description: 1p.

Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
Ams
1807 October 17 (received) 2p.Box 2

"Thomas Paine's Project for a reform of the Judiciary."

General physical description: 2p.

Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ADS
1808 July 6 4p.Box 2

Indenture with John Oliver.

General physical description: 4p.

Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
Fragment of AMS to John Bayard, 1738-1807
n.d. 1p.Box 2

Addressed to Hon. John Bayard, to be read to the general Assembly.

General physical description: 1p.

Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Henry Claypole
n.d. 2p.Box 2

Paine accuses Claypole of censorship.

General physical description: 2p.

Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
AMS to Robert Smith
n.d. 2p.Box 2

"What is Love?"

General physical description: 2p.

Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
AMS to Robert Smith
n.d. 2.0 items (3p). Box 2

Two copies of the same poem, "What is Love?" prefaced with the same introduction, "To Sir Robert Smith, As I will not attempt to rival description of Love, in which you say Love is like paper credit, it has no security; 'with a fool it is wit...'"

Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
AL to George Staunton
n.d. 1p.Box 2
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Waterman
n.d. 1p.Box 2
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
AMS Accidental Reconciliation, From the Castle in the Air to the little Corner of the World"
n.d. 2.0 items (7p.) Box 2

Paine's undated poem and the newspaper that it appeared in, "The New-York Weekly Museum. No. 21.-vol. XLX. New-York, Saturday, July 4, 1807."

PNE 8 N.D. M1. Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
Age of Reason
n.d. Volume PNE 8 N.D. M1

Manuscript copy. Bound volume.

Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
MsCy of Common Sense
n.d. 35p.Box 2

This "2:Edition" was supposedly copied by Paine for Samuel Clay Harvey, J.P. of Lodge Hill, Kent, England. Enclosed note, however, maintains that this manuscript is "not in Thomas Paine's handwriting, although there is a certain similarity..."

General physical description: 35p.

Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
Ams
n.d. 4p.Box 2

General physical description: 4p.

Other Descriptive Information: [Partial outline for "Common Sense"; points 31 to 53. ?In Paine's hand? Noted added 12 Sep 2016.]

Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
AMS. Cape of Good Hope
n.d. 1p.Box 2

"Cape of Good Hope"

General physical description: 1p.

Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
AMS. General Wolfe
n.d. 2p.Box 2

"General Wolfe"

General physical description: 2p.

Series II. Miscellaneous Material
1692-1921 

Consists of correspondence and manuscripts about Paine, as well as other unrelated material. The Dr. Samuel Adams correspondence are also included

Markham, William, 1635 -1704.
ADS to Thomas Holme, 1624-1695
1692 July 6 1p.Box 2

Legal document Colonial Governer Markham to Thomas Holme, Surveyor General of Pennsylvania, regarding a land purchase.

General physical description: 1p.

Unknown.
AM
ca. 1730 2p.Box 2

About an armorial design for Sailor Buttet. In French.

General physical description: 2p.

Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Dr. Samuel Adams
1775 January 17 2p.Box 2
Hallett, Joseph.
ALS to Robert R. Livinston, 1746-1813
1776 January 25 1p.Box 2

About erecting a "Foundry."

General physical description: 1p.

Cadwalader, John, 1742-1786.
ALS to Colonel Donop
1776 December 22 1p.Box 2
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Dr. Samuel Adams
1777 August 18 2p.Box 2
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Dr. Samuel Adams
1779 September 29 2p.Box 2

About the death of Paine's wife.

General physical description: 2p.

Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Dr. Samuel Adams
1779 October 25 3p.Box 2
Bayard, John Bubenheim, 1738-1807.
ADS to David Rittenhouse, 1732-1796
1780 March 18 1p.Box 2

Order to pay Thomas Paine.

General physical description: 1p.

Moore, William.
ALS to Joseph Hart
1780 June 29 1p.Box 2

About apprehending a "Woman" accused of "general disaffection to the American Cause."

General physical description: 1p.

Bayard, John Bubenheim, 1738-1807.
PrDS to David Rittenhouse, 1732-1796
1780 September 23 2p.Box 2

Order to pay Thomas Paine "for his Wages for One Hundred Fourteen Days Service in the Assembly; As Clerk. . ." On reverse: Receipts to David Rittenhouse from Thomas Paine, 1780, October 28-1781, January 19.

General physical description: 2p.

Hopkinson, Thomas.
PrDS to Benjamin Franklin or the Minister Plenipotentiary of the United States
1780 October 3 1p.Box 2

Order to pay Thomas and Benjamin Harwood "One Hundred Mexian Dollars, or Five Hundred Livres Tournois."

General physical description: 1p.

Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797.
ALS to Peter Molini
1781 September 11 1p.Box 2

About Molini's "delicate and troublesome commission."

General physical description: 1p.

Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Dr. Samuel Adams
1782 May 3 2p.Box 2
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Dr. Samuel Adams
1782 October 31 1p.Box 2
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Dr. Samuel Adams
1782 November 22 1p.Box 2
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Dr. Samuel Adams
1783 January 27 2p.Box 2
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Dr. Samuel Adams
1783 February 12 1p.Box 2
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Dr. Samuel Adams
1784 August 9 3p.Box 2
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Dr. Samuel Adams
1784 September 26 1p.Box 2
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Dr. Samuel Adams
1785 March 22 3p.Box 2
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Dr. Samuel Adams
1786 February 8 3p.Box 2
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Dr. Samuel Adams
1786 September 20 6p.Box 2
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Dr. Samuel Adams
1786 October 1 3p.Box 2
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Dr. Samuel Adams
1787 July 26 29 4p.Box 2
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Dr. Samuel Adams
1787 November 4 1p.Box 2
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Dr. Samuel Adams
1788 March 14 3p.Box 2
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Dr. Samuel Adams
1788 April 14 3p.Box 2
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Dr. Samuel Adams
1788 July 13 3p.Box 2
Author unknown.
Extract of ALS
1790 September 14 2p.Box 2

"Extrait Dela Deliberation del. Assemblee Coloniale..."

General physical description: 2p.

Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Dr. Samuel Adams
1792 February 26 March 24 9p.Box 2
Domergue, Urbain, 1745-1810.
ALS to Fabre d'Eglantine
ca.1792 October 2.0 items (2p.) Box 2

Expressing support for Charles de Pougens for dutyship in the National Convention. (In French)

Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Dr. Samuel Adams
1793 April 17 3p.Box 2
Monroe, James, 1758-1831.
LS to the Members composing the committee of Public Safety, Paris
1794 November 1 3p.Box 2

An appeal to the committee to release Paine from Prison.

General physical description: 3p.

Abbott, John.
ADSCy of Affadavit sent to Stanley
1795 February 7 2p.Box 2

Copy of an original affadavit swearing that five of his schoolboys signed the Petition for the sum of one penny each.

General physical description: 2p.

Ackers, James, 1756?-1827.
ALS to Henry Dundas, 1742-1811
1795 February 7 1p.Box 2
Harrison, Samuel.
ADSCy
1795 February 7 2p.Box 2

Another copy of an affadavit swearing that schoolboys were coerced into signing "the Petition" at the Bull's Head in Manchester.

General physical description: 2p.

Foster , Abiel, 1735-1806.
ADS to Obediah Clough
1795 October 9 2p.Box 2

Receipt to Clough.

General physical description: 2p.

Author unknown.
Ms
ca. 1796 28p.Box 2

An anonymous manuscript on the English financial system of the period. Handwritten on the cover: "...a reply to Thomas Paine's Decline and Fall of the English System of Finance c 1796"

General physical description: 28p.

Foster , Abiel, 1735-1806.
AL to unknown
1797 June 19 3p.Box 2
Author unknown.
ADS
1798 February 19 1p.Box 2

Legal document concerning Monsieur Cout L'Aine`

General physical description: 1p.

Cobbett, William, 1763-1835.
ALS to Ez. Williams
1798 March 17 2p.Box 2
Cobbett, William, 1763-1835.
ALS to J. M. West
1802 January 9 1p.Box 2
Permanent Bridge Company.
ADS and PrDS
1804 September 26- 1811 August 15 8.0 items Box 2

Business and financial records.

Cobbett, William, 1763-1835.
ALS to Dennis O'Bryen
1805 January 11 1p.Box 2
Cobbett, William, 1763-1835.
ALS to (Dennis?) O'Bryen
1805 December 31 3p.Box 2

About politics and also a request for a dog.

General physical description: 3p.

Sickels, John H..
ALS to Archibald McIntire
1806 November 29 2p.Box 3

Lottery business.

General physical description: 2p.

Cobbett, William, 1763-1835.
ALS to Dennis O'Bryen
1807 June 10 2p.Box 3

About an apparent falling-out that O'Bryan has had with a Mr. Philips.

General physical description: 2p.

Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.
ALS to Stephen Jacob, 1755-1817
1808 February 11 3p.Box 3
Bonneville, Nicolas de, 1760-1828.
MsS
1809 August 31 1p.Box 3

Discharge of debt.

General physical description: 1p.

Gilbert, William W..
ALS to Archibald McIntire
1813 January 21 2p.Box 3

Lottery business.

General physical description: 2p.

Cook, Moses.
ADS to Raphael Marshall
1815 October 19 1p.Box 3

Promissory note to Marshall.

General physical description: 1p.

Kern, John.
ADS
1818 June 16 1p.Box 3

Receipt

General physical description: 1p.

Mumford, Gordon.
ALS to Archibald McIntire
1819 February 20 1p.Box 3

Lottery business.

General physical description: 1p.

Mumford, Gordon.
ALS to Archibald McIntire
1819 March 17 1p.Box 3

Lottery business.

General physical description: 1p.

Allen, M..
ALS to Archibald McIntire
1819 March 18 1p.Box 3

Lottery business.

General physical description: 1p.

Mumford, Gordon.
ALS to Archibald McIntire
1819 April 20 1p.Box 3

Lottery business.

General physical description: 1p.

Mumford, Gordon.
ALS to Archibald McIntire
1819 May 1 1p.Box 3

Lottery business.

General physical description: 1p.

Mumford, Gordon.
ALS to Archibald McIntire
1819 May 13 Box 3

Lottery business.

Cooper, Charles.
ALS to Archibald McIntire
1819 May 27 3p.Box 3

Lottery business

General physical description: 3p.

Burrall, Jonathan, 1759-1805.
ALS to Archibald McIntire
1819 June 16 2p.Box 3

Receipt for lottery tickets signed by Burrall.

General physical description: 2p.

Mumford, Gordon.
ALS to Archibald McIntire
1819 July 16 1p.Box 3

Lottery business.

General physical description: 1p.

Cobbett, William, 1763-1835.
PDS to unknown
1820 February 25 1p.Box 3

Solicitation for financial support of Cobbett's candidacy for "the City of Coventry."

General physical description: 1p.

Mumford, Gordon.
ALS to Archibald McIntire
1820 August 28 1p.Box 3

Receipt

General physical description: 1p.

Mumford, Gordon.
Archibald McIntire
1820 October 13 1p.Box 3
Deavis, Henry.
ALS to Benjamin Wilson
1821 January 12 1p.Box 3

Sent to conservation. 8/29/01

General physical description: 1p.

Cleaveland, Parker, 1780-1858.
ALS to Benjamin Silliman, 1779-1864
1822 April 4 2p.Box 3
Carlile, Richard, 1790-1843.
ALS "To the King"
1824 December 27 1p.Box 3

General physical description: 1p.

This item has been digitized:
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Carlile, Richard, 1790-1843.
ALS to Mr. Swan
1830 November 17 1p.Box 3

About the discontinuation of the Choral Society meetings.

General physical description: 1p.

Cobbett, William, 1763-1835.
ALS to unknown
1830 December 23 1p.Box 3
Carlile, Richard, 1790-1843.
ALS to George Miller, 1794-1856
1831 January 16 1p.Box 3
Cobbett, William, 1763-1835.
ALS to Robert Balfour, 1740?-1818
1832 January 25 1p.Box 3

Brief itinerary.

General physical description: 1p.

Cobbett, William, 1763-1835.
ALS to Hugh Craig
1833 December 7 1p.Box 3
Cobbett, William, 1763-1835.
ALS to unknown
1834 September 18 2p.Box 3

Under Cobbett's signature: "The foregoing address was read by Mr. Cobbett on the balcony of Mr. Dodd's House in Sackville Street on Thursday the 18th of September 1834, to at least thirty thousand citizens. P.O.H."

General physical description: 2p.

Somerset, Lord Fitzroy James Henry, 1788-1855.
ALS to Major William Henry French, 1815-1881
1837 May 5 1p.Box 3

Regarding an appointment.

General physical description: 1p.

Evans, George Henry, 1805-1856.
ALS to Francis Ormond Jonathan Smith, 1806-1876
1846 August 1 1p.Box 3
Thorburn, Grant, 1773-1863.
ALS to John Orcutt
1847 August 9 2p.Box 3

About Paine's last words.

General physical description: 2p.

Thorburn, Grant, 1773-1863.
Fragment of ALS to unknown
1850 April 13 2p.Box 3

A very self-congratulatory letter about Thorburn's important role in assisting with the yellow fever crisis and also introducing horticulture to the country.

General physical description: 2p.

Bronson, P..
ALSCy to Grant Thorburn, 1773-1863
1851 June 7 1p.Box 3
Thorburn, Grant, 1773-1863.
AMS
1851 August 12 13p.Box 3

"Sixty years reminiscences in the life of Grant Thorburn"

General physical description: 13p.

Thorburn, Grant, 1773-1863.
AM
1852 January 5p.Box 3

"Men and Manners in South Carolina, written for the _____, by Laurie Todd, To my Abolition friends in New York..."

General physical description: 5p.

Thorburn, Grant, 1773-1863.
AN
1854 October 8 1p.Box 3

Memorandum

General physical description: 1p.

Thorburn, Grant, 1773-1863.
AM
1855 August 6p.Box 3

"Slate Nails, August 1855, Grant Thorburn, [alias Laurie Todd]"

General physical description: 6p.

Peale, Rembrandt, 1778-1860.
ALS to P.C. Manning
1857 October 17 1p.Box 3
Ingersoll, Robert Green, 1833-1899.
ALS to James, Parton, 1822-1891
1877 November 1 3p.Box 3
Conway, Moncure Daniel, 1832-1907.
ALS to Miss J. H. Johnston
1891 January 22 1p.Box 3
Conway, Moncure Daniel, 1832-1907.
ANS to J. H. Johnston
1895[?] October 5 postcardBox 3
Unknown.
Fragment of ALS to Moncure Daniel Conway, 1832-1907
1895 November 28 1p.Box 3
Conway, Moncure Daniel, 1832-1907.
ALS to J. H. Johnston
1896 December 18 6p.Box 3

Regarding Paine portraits that Johnston has in his possession.

General physical description: 6p.

Conway, Moncure Daniel, 1832-1907.
ALS to J. H. Johnston
1896 December 23 2p.Box 3

Paine's portrait.

General physical description: 2p.

Conway, Moncure Daniel, 1832-1907.
ALS to J. H. Johnston
1897 January 13 4p.Box 3

More about the Paine portraits.

General physical description: 4p.

Conway, Moncure Daniel, 1832-1907.
ALS to J. H. Johnston
1897 April 10 2p.Box 3

Debate about the actual Paine portrait painter.

General physical description: 2p.

Conway, Moncure Daniel, 1832-1907.
ALS to J. H. Johnston
1897 June 16 2p.Box 3

About getting a good price for the Paine portrait.

General physical description: 2p.

Conway, Moncure Daniel, 1832-1907.
ANS to J. H. Johnston
1897 September 19 postcardBox 3
Conway, Moncure Daniel, 1832-1907.
ALS to J. H. Johnston
1897 October 7 4p.Box 3

Conway warns Johnston that the Paine portrait is not so valuable after all.

General physical description: 4p.

Conway, Moncure Daniel, 1832-1907.
ALS to J. H. Johnston
1897 October 12 postcardBox 3

More debate over the portrait.

General physical description: postcard

Conway, Moncure Daniel, 1832-1907.
ALS to J. H. Johnston
1897 October 21 3p.Box 3

Conway urges Johnston to produce a bill for the work he's had done on the portrait.

General physical description: 3p.

Conway, Moncure Daniel, 1832-1907.
ALS to J. H. Johnston
1897 October 27 4p.Box 3
Conway, Moncure Daniel, 1832-1907.
ANS to J. H. Johnston
1898 January 25 postcardBox 3
Ingersoll, Robert Green, 1833-1899.
ALS to Mr. Shanks
1899 April 6 3p.Box 3

About music.

General physical description: 3p.

Conway, Moncure Daniel, 1832-1907.
ANS to George Clinton Genet
1900 July 21 postcardBox 3

Postcard about Conway's book on Paine.

General physical description: postcard

This item has been digitized:
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Conway, Moncure Daniel, 1832-1907.
ANS to J. H. Johnston
1900 August 2 postcardBox 3
Mayo, William James, 1861-1939.
TLS to William Manley Van Der Weyde, 1870-1928
1920 July 27 1p.Box 3

Response to Van Der Weyde's suggestion that Thomas Paine be inducted into the Hall of Fame.

General physical description: 1p.

Edison , Thomas A., (Thomas Alva), 1847-1931.
TLS to William Manley Van Der Weyde, 1870-1928
1921 November 16 1p.Box 3

Edison agrees that "Paine was one of the greatest men of all time."

General physical description: 1p.

This item has been digitized:
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Cobbett, William, 1763-1835.
ALS to Dennis O'Bryen
Wednesday morning 1p.Box 3

About Cobbett's political plans.

General physical description: 1p.

Author unknown.
ADS
n.d. 2p.Box 3

"certificat de residence du citoyen Louis Philippe noel Villant"

General physical description: 2p.

Lacroze.
AD
n.d. 3p.Box 3

"Ratification" involving Jacques-Denis Goguet

General physical description: 3p.

Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.
ALS to Dr. Samuel Adams
n.d. 2p.Box 3
Thorburn, Grant, 1773-1863.
AM
n.d. 4p.Box 3

"Anecdote of Thomas Paine"

General physical description: 4p.

Thorburn, Grant, 1773-1863.
AM
n.d. 3p.Box 3

"Extempore Preaching"

General physical description: 3p.

Thorburn, Grant, 1773-1863.
AM
n.d. 2p.Box 3

The Model Republic, No 1.

General physical description: 2p.

Thorburn, Grant, 1773-1863.
AM
n.d. 2p.Box 3

"New York. Sixty one years ago..."

General physical description: 2p.

Thorburn, Grant, 1773-1863.
AM
n.d. 6p.Box 3

"A scrap from the Note Book of Laurie Todd, Importing Patriots, No 1"

General physical description: 6p.

Thorburn, Grant, 1773-1863.
AM
n.d. 1p.Box 3

"A scrap from the note book of Laurie Todd, Franklin"

General physical description: 1p.

Thorburn, Grant, 1773-1863.
AM
n.d. 2.0 items (5p.) Box 3

"The unholy Alliance of 1818, Count Mitternick, a Jesuite and villian..."

Series III. Political Cartoons
  
Title page of first edition of The American Crisis.
1777 APSimg2009
Title page from first edition Thomas Paine's Common Sense.
1776 APSimg1685
The Absent Man
1792-01-10 H 17.9 cm, W 23.1 cmPaine 75 Ab8

A man walks absent-mindedly into a shallow pond, a paper inscribed Rights of Man projecting from his pocket. [Gimbel 246]

General physical description: H 17.9 cm, W 23.1 cm

This item has been digitized:
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The Arms Emblazoned of the New Enlightened Trading Fraternity of Obstetric, Pharmaceutic, Veterinarian, Barberian, Magnetic Chirurgeons,
1798-04-06 H 15.2 cm, W 17.5 cmPaine 75 Ar5

A mock escutcheon for the College of Surgeons. The supporters are figures of Thomas Paine and the Duke of Bedford holding his decapitated head. Rights of Man and The Age of Reason are among the books beneath the shield.

General physical description: H 15.2 cm, W 17.5 cm

This item has been digitized:
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The Meeting of the Legion Club
1787-01-23 H 26.9 cm, W 42.4 cmPaine 75 B71m

A satirical depiction of the January 23rd opening of Parliament. William Pitt is depicted as a messenger riding a donkey, bearing the Treaty of Commerce with France and leading a group advancing to meet Charles James Fox and his supporters. Fox is riding a cannon from which a blast inscribed "Voice of the People" issues. George III is visible inside the state coach in the background.

General physical description: H 26.9 cm, W 42.4 cm

This item has been digitized:
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Dolly Varden Greely
circa 1972 H 29.8 cm, W 37.5 cmPaine 75 B77d

Two standing figures resist the advances of Greely, shown dressed in a "Dolly Varden" costume and seated on a bench. Grant is visible in the background.

General physical description: H 29.8 cm, W 37.5 cm

This item has been digitized:
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A Bait for John Bull
1830-11-11 H 20.5 cm, W 32.5 cmPaine 75 B16

A devil attempts to lure John Bull into a box trap papered with slogans, names and advertisements for The Age of Reason, Rights of Man and other publications.

General physical description: H 20.5 cm, W 32.5 cm

This item has been digitized:
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Splitting the party
1872 H 30.2 cm, W 40.4 cmPaine 75 C14s

Horace Greeley is depicted as a wedge being driven into the republican party with a hammer inscribed: "Cincinnati nomination".

General physical description: H 30.2 cm, W 40.4 cm

This item has been digitized:
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Between two stools my B-- comes to the ground
circa 1808 H 25.4 cm, W 20.32 cmPaine 75 C38b

Thomas Paine fallen between two stools inscribed: "Secy of State" and "Govt of the State"

General physical description: H 25.4 cm, W 20.32 cm

This item has been digitized:
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The Age of Reason or the World Turned Topsyturvy Exemplefied in Tom Paines Works!! The Age of Reason or the World Turned Topsy turvy Exemplified in Tom Paine's Works!!
1819-10-16 Paine 75 C82a

Richard Carlile is shown burning symbols of the church and state.

This item has been digitized:
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Radical Quacks Giving a New Constitution to John Bull
1821-02-04 H 22.2 cm, W 34 cmPaine 75 C82r

John Bull sits between two doctors.

General physical description: H 22.2 cm, W 34 cm

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The First Articles in Requisition at Amsterdam or the Sans Culotts become Touts Culotts
1795-01-29 H 22.4 cm, W 38.6 cmPaine 75 C84f

A group of French revolutionaries taking money away from Dutch men.

General physical description: H 22.4 cm, W 38.6 cm

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No Grumbling
1795-05-06 H 27.6 cm, W 33.8 cmPaine 75 C84n

The King and Regent, aided by Pitt, load a new weight onto the pile of taxes supported with difficulty by John Bull. The Age of Reason can be seen in the King's pocket.

General physical description: H 27.6 cm, W 33.8 cm

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A Sleepy Dose to the Jacobines - or, the Effects of Nelsons Victory
1798-11-03 H 26. 7 cm, W 34.4 cmPaine 75 C84s

A group of Fox supporters with liberty caps pulled over their eyes. A row of portraits on the wall includes Thomas Paine.

General physical description: H 26. 7 cm, W 34.4 cm

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Modern Reformers in Council - or - Patriots Regaling
1818-07-03 H 22.5 cm, W 33.7 cmPaine 75 C86m

Henry Hunt leads the toast at a meeting of revolutionary conspirators. One of two portraits on the wall reads: "Tom Paybe"

General physical description: H 22.5 cm, W 33.7 cm

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A Radical Reformer
1819-12 H 34.4 cm, W 26.3 cmPaine 75 C86r

Depiction of Cobbett carrying a sack containing Thomas Paine's bones.

General physical description: H 34.4 cm, W 26.3 cm

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The Commissioners interview with Congress
1778 H 21. 4 cm, W 32 cmPaine 75 C73

Members of Congress face the members of the American Commission, who are dressed in fur-lined gowns and caps.

General physical description: H 21. 4 cm, W 32 cm

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Revolution Anniversary, or Patriotic Incantations
1791-07-12 H 24.5 cm, W 34.7 cmPaine 75 D43r

Four figures dance around a cauldron before the anniversary of the fall of the Bastille. Joseph Priestly is holding Rights of Man and invoking the spirit of Thomas Paine.

General physical description: H 24.5 cm, W 34.7 cm

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[Doctor Verdion]
circa 1793 H 29.2 cm, W 22.4 cmPaine 75 D65

A portrait of Chevalier, or Miss Theodora, de Verdion looking at a bookseller's display with books under his arm. An advertisement for the pamphlet "Impartial Life of Thomas Paine" hangs on the wall.

General physical description: H 29.2 cm, W 22.4 cm

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The Embrace
1786-05-15 H 19.3 cm, W 25 cmPaine 75 Em1

Samuel Johnson and James Boswell embrace.

General physical description: H 19.3 cm, W 25 cm

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Cobbet at Coventry
circa 1820 H 14 cm, W 17.8 cmPaine 75 Ey6c

Response to Cobbett's intention to honor Paine's bones with a ceremonial funeral.

General physical description: H 14 cm, W 17.8 cm

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Frontispiece for the Penny magazine of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge
1833 H 27 cm, W 20.5 cmPaine 75 F92

A parody of Lord Brougham and the Penny Magazine.

General physical description: H 27 cm, W 20.5 cm

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The Arms of France
1803-09-03 H 23.8 cm. W 24.9Paine 75 G41a

Mock heraldry for Napoleon's France. An ape and a tiger support an oval containing a guillotine. The ape is seated on volumes by Rousseau, Voltaire and a pamphlet by Paine.

General physical description: H 23.8 cm. W 24.9

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Banco to the Knave
1782-04-12 H 23.8 cm, W 33 cmPaine 75 G41b

Fox, depicted with a fox's head, presides over a card table surrounded by members of the old and new Ministry.

General physical description: H 23.8 cm, W 33 cm

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Consequences of a Successfull French Invasion Consequences of a Successful French Invasion
n.d. H 15.5 cm, W 21.8 cmPaine 75 G41co

French soldiers attack the tapestry depicting the defeat of the Spanish Armada in the House of Lords.

General physical description: H 15.5 cm, W 21.8 cm

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Democratic Leveling; - Alliance a la Francoise; - or - The Union of the Coronet & Clyster-pipe
1796-03-04 H 31.8 cm, W 23.6 cmPaine 75 C41d

Fox, holding Paine's Rights of Man and Sheridan officiate the marriage between Lady Lucy Stanhope and an apothecary composed of medical implements. Charles Stanhope and the apothecary are depicted as sans-culottes.

General physical description: H 31.8 cm, W 23.6 cm

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Destruction of the French Gun-Boats - or - Little Boney & his Friend Talley in high Glee
n.d. H 16 cm, 21.8 cmPaine 75 G41de

Napoleon and Talleyrand rejoice at the sight of the French flotilla destroyed by British shots.

General physical description: H 16 cm, 21.8 cm

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Fashion before Ease; - or, - A good Constitution sacrificed, for a Fantastick Form
1793-01-02 H 31.3 cm, W 23.7 cmPaine 75 G41f

Thomas Paine, as stay maker, tightens Britannia's "Parisian" stay-laces. He wears a liberty cap with tricolor cockade and his measuring tape is inscribed "Rights of Man".

General physical description: H 31.3 cm, W 23.7 cm

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James Gillray
circa 1800 H 29 cm, W 19 cmPaine 75 G41j

Self-portrait by Gillray. Among his prints, visible on the wall behind him is "The Rights of Man", his caricature of Thomas Paine. (see Paine 75 G41r).

General physical description: H 29 cm, W 19 cm

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The Loyal Address! - or - the Procession pf the Hampshire-Hogs from Botley to St. James's
1808-10-04 H 22.5 cm, W 38 cmPaine 75 G41Loy

Cobbett leads a procession in protest of the Convention of Cintra. He is cheered by a frenzied mob and sits in a "political hog trough", filled with issues of his Weekly Political Register.

General physical description: H 22.5 cm, W 38 cm

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A Plumper for Paul! - or - The Little Taylor done over!: Vide - The terrible Effects of provoking a Red-hot-Shot from the Broad-Bottom'd Whig Battery A Plumper for Paull! - or - The Little Tailor done over!
1807-03-13 H 22.5 cm, W 34 cmPaine 75 G41Pl

James Paull and his petition, having arrived in the House of Commons on the back of Burdett, "the green goose from Brentford", is strongly rebuked by the Speaker. His supporters, including Cobbett, stand nearby.

General physical description: H 22.5 cm, W 34 cm

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Preparing for the Grand Attack. - or - a Private Rehearsal of "The ci-devant Ministry in danger".
1801-12-04 H 23.7 cm, W 34.4 cmPaine 75 G41Pr

Burdett practices a dramatic reading of a speech written by Tooke on a scroll held by Fox and Sheridan. "Tom Paine" is among the busts seen in the background.

General physical description: H 23.7 cm, W 34.4 cm

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The Rights of Man; - or - Tommy Paine, the little American Taylor, taking the Measure of the Crown, for a new Pair of Revolution Breeches
1791-05-23 H 35.2 cm, W 24.7 cmPaine 75 G41r

Thomas Paine crouches to measure an enormous crown.

General physical description: H 35.2 cm, W 24.7 cm

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Tom Paine's Nightly Pest
1797-12-10 H 29 cm, W 36.4 cmPaine 75 G41t

Paine sleeps on a bed of straw, surrounded by parodies of his works, watched over by Fox and Priestley as guardian angels, and dreams of his trial. A demon holding a fiddle and sheet music inscribed "Ca ira" flees through the window.

General physical description: H 29 cm, W 36.4 cm

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Triumphal Procession of Little Paul the Taylor upon his new Goose Triumphal Procession of Little Paull the Tailor upon his new Goose
1806-11-08 H 21.6 cm, W 34.4 cmPaine 75 G41tri

An electoral procession for Paull, riding on Burdett, who is depicted as a goose.

General physical description: H 21.6 cm, W 34.4 cm

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True Reform of Parliament, - i.e. - Patriots lighting a Revolutionary Bonfire in New Palace Yard
1809-06-14 H 28 cm, W 40 cmPaine 75 G41tru

Burdett, liberty cap in hand, presides over a group of radical reformers that includes Cobbett and Tooke who are burning acts of Parliament. In the background, a mob destroys the Parliament building.

General physical description: H 28 cm, W 40 cm

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Two Pair of Portraits presented to all the unbiassed Electors of Great Britain, by John Horn Tooke
circa 1798 H 18.4 cm, W 26.1 cmPaine 75 G41tw

Tooke paints portraits of Fox and Pitt in a studio, a reference to a similarly titled pamphlet he had recently published.

General physical description: H 18.4 cm, W 26.1 cm

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Vices overlook'd in the New Proclamation Vices overlooked in the New Proclamation
1792-05-24 H 21.8 cm, W 34.3 cmPaine 75 G41v

Avarice is illustrated by the King and Queen hugging bags of money, drunkenness by an inebriated Prince of Wales, gambling by the Duke of York at a gaming table, and debauchery by the Duke of Clarence and Mrs. Jordan embracing.

General physical description: H 21.8 cm, W 34.3 cm

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View of the Hustings in Covent Garden
1806-12-15 H 21.8 cm, W 34.3 cmPaine 75 G41vi

Sheridan and his supporters are shown opposed to Paull's, which include Cobbett, holding an issue of his Political Register.

General physical description: H 21.8 cm, W 34.3 cm

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Neithe War Nor Peace! Neither War Nor Peace!
1783-03-09 H 13.5 cm, W 18.8 cmPaine 75 G41n

Burke, Fox and North argue and gesticulate towards the Speaker in the House of Commons. A dog, partly covered by a scroll, barks.

General physical description: H 13.5 cm, W 18.8 cm

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War
1783-03-09 H 13.5 cm, W 19 cmPaine 75 G41w

Burke, Fox and North argue and gesticulate towards the Speaker of the House of Commons.

General physical description: H 13.5 cm, W 19 cm

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Westminster Conscripts under the Training Act
1806-09-01 H 25.5 cm, W 36 cmPaine 75 G41we

Napoleon commands a group of ministers and their supporters, depicted as conscripts in training while Fox, wearing a liberty cap, beats a drum.

General physical description: H 25.5 cm, W 36 cm

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"Hear and improve," he pertly cries: "I come to make all nations wise."
circa 1793 H 9.5 cm, W 13.9 cmPaine 75 G76h

Paine, a pair of stays under his arm and in ragged clothing, shows his Rights of Man to a group of apes.

General physical description: H 9.5 cm, W 13.9 cm

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Swing
1830 H 29.4 cm, W 22.2 cmPaine 75 H37s

A frowning man in tattered clothing, issues of Cobbett's Weekly Register in his pocket and holding a club and a letter, stands in front of a blazing haystack and gallows.

General physical description: H 29.4 cm, W 22.2 cm

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[Imitation Bank Note]
1819-01-30 H 22.8 cm, W 29.4 cmPaine 75 Im4

A mock bank note, depicting Cobbett, Hone and Hunt punished.

General physical description: H 22.8 cm, W 29.4 cm

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Little Johnny Rouse-Hell or the Ministers Last Shift
1831-04-31 H 19 cm, W 30 cmPaine 75 L72

Russell thrusts documents into a blazing hell-mouth, agape in the House of Commons. A few figures are seen inside it, including Cobbett, peering though a gridiron, and Paine as a skeleton wearing a liberty cap.

General physical description: H 19 cm, W 30 cm

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Look on This Picture, and on This
1807-07 H 26.7 cm, W 33 cmPaine 75 L87

A portrait of Washington, atop a stack of books inscribed: "Order", "Law" and "Religion" and flanked by an eagle and lion is contrasted with one of Jefferson accompanied by books, a snake and a grotesque alligator-like animal. The books under Jefferson's portrait include his own Notes on Virginia and others inscribed: "Tom Paine" and "Voltaire".

General physical description: H 26.7 cm, W 33 cm

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Mad Tom in a Rage
circa 1801 H 25.1 cm, W 17.5 cmPaine 75 M26

Thomas Paine assisted by a devil in efforts to pull down the federal government, depicted as a stone pillar topped by an eagle.

General physical description: H 25.1 cm, W 17.5 cm

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[Untitled pencil sketch]
1832-03-11 H 11.5 cm, W 15 cmPaine 75 M27

A man, possibly William Cobbett, shows a book inscribed "Age of Reason" to a group of listening figures. Papers and an inkwell stand on a table or lectern inscribed: "Paine's Bones". Two numbered volumes can be seen in an open bookcase behind him.

General physical description: H 11.5 cm, W 15 cm

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The Man Wots Got the Whip Hand of 'Em All
1829-05-30 H 30.5 cm, W 20.9 cmPaine 75 M31

An antropmorphic metal hand press, its bed on fire and wearing a laurel-wreathed liberty cap inscribed "Free Press", kicks and waves a flaming whip wrapped around a pen and a caricature of Wellington. Terrified humans flee in all directions and a printer's devil literally depicted as a demon runs, an ink-ball held high.

General physical description: H 30.5 cm, W 20.9 cm

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The End of Pain
  H 15.2 cm, W 15.4 cmPaine 75 Ov2e

A portrait of Paine in a noose hung on a lamp-bracket inscribed "Rights of This Man". A figure in the shape of a demon, identified below as Mr. Equality, or Louis Philippe Joseph d'Orléans, also known as Philippe Égalité, peers from the side. A mock escutcheon emblazoned with pairs of stays and the motto: "Common Sense" hangs nearby. The image accompanies an ironical defense of Paine, printed below.

General physical description: H 15.2 cm, W 15.4 cm

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Specimen of Equality & Fraternity
  H 16.2 cm, W 25.8 cmPaine 75 P14s

Paine greets Priestley,who is backed by Bonneville, and offers him a copy of Rights of Man. The first two are each depicted with one human and one animal foot while Bonneville is portrayed as a demon.

General physical description: H 16.2 cm, W 25.8 cm

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The Bloody Massacre perpetrated in King Street Boston on March 5th 1770 by a party of the 29th Regt.
1770 H 18.7 cm, W 21 cmPaine 75 R32b

British soldiers fire on a group of Boston citizens. Casualties are listed below The Custom House bears an additional sign on the facade inscribed "Butchers Hall" and the moon above is waxing.

General physical description: H 18.7 cm, W 21 cm

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Staunch Reformers
1831 H 24.5 cm, W35.5 cmPaine 75 R79c

A group of figures stands in front of a demonstrating crowd. One is selling broadsides and the other Paine's Rights of Man. His advertising placard is topped by a liberty cap and his purse is inscribed: "The Reform Budget".

General physical description: H 24.5 cm, W35.5 cm

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A Peep into Bethlehem
circa 1793 Paine 75 R79pb

Wolcot listens to a declaiming Burke, surrounded by various published works, Paine's Rights of Man among them. Nicholson stands behind them, clutching bunches of straw.

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A Peep into the Retreat at Tinnehinch
1799-05-01 H 18.4, W 25.1 cmPaine 75 R79pt

Grattan welcomes two members of the United Irishmen. A portrait of Paine is indicated on the wall behind him and a book labeled: "Pain's Works" is among the many lining his walls.

General physical description: H 18.4, W 25.1 cm

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The Times - or a View of the Old House in Little Brittain - with Nobody going to Hannover
1784-01-23 H 21.3, W 33.2 cmPaine 75 R79t

King George drives away in a coach, leaving the "Old House" in the hands of the "robbers", or members of the Coalition. Among them is Fox, depicted as a fox seated on a stone.

General physical description: H 21.3, W 33.2 cm

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Recipes for the British Constitution
  H 30.5 cm, W 21.8 cmPaine 75 R24

Two politicians, as doctors, offer competing advice to a personified Constitution.

General physical description: H 30.5 cm, W 21.8 cm

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The Repeal
circa 1766 H 21 cm, W 33 cmPaine 75 R29

A mock funeral for the Stamp Act.

General physical description: H 21 cm, W 33 cm

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The Maidstone Whitewasher
1799-01-30 H 22.3 cm, W 38.6 cmPaine 75 Sa5m

Fox is applying whitewash to Grattan and O'Connor while his supporters, including Sheridan, are engaged in preparing the mixture.

General physical description: H 22.3 cm, W 38.6 cm

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Brissot's Visit to his Friend Lord Leveller
1794-03-17 H 27.5 cm, W 23.8 cmPaine 75 Sa9b

A headless Brissot issues a warning to a startled Lauderdale, riding a hobby-horse inscribed "Reform".

General physical description: H 27.5 cm, W 23.8 cm

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John Bull's Sacrifice to Janus, a Design for a Peace-Offering to the Convention
1794-03-17 H 31 cm, W 25 cmPaine 75 Sa9j

Stanhope, as a skeleton, operates a guillotine in which John Bull, as a bull, has been confined. Landsdowne, as double-faced Janus and Priestley look on and Grafton prepared to light laws and other documents piled on an altar.

General physical description: H 31 cm, W 25 cm

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Loyalty - against - Levelling Loyalty - against - Leveling
1792-12-15 H 21.1 cm, W 19.7 cmPaine 75 Sa9L

Paine sees the sign of the Association for Preserving Liberty and Property against Levellers and Republicans while attempting to cut off the sign of a crown with the assistance of Frenchmen. In his pocket are works by Priestley and his own Rights of Man.

General physical description: H 21.1 cm, W 19.7 cm

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Mr. Burke's Pair of Spectacles for short sighted Politicians
1791-05-12 H 32 cm, W 24.5Paine 75 Sa9m

Fox, assisted by Sheridan and a demon-riding Priestley, prepares to strike a symbol-laden tree with an ax inscribed "Rights of Man". An open copy of Rights of Man sits among other books nearby. The scene is seen through a pair of spectacles on which portraits of Fox and Sheridan are engraved.

General physical description: H 32 cm, W 24.5

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Published by Order of the Society for Constitutional Information by D. A-s [Adams] Secrety
1791-05-12 H 18.3 cm, W27.5 cmPaine 75 Sa9p

Adams, the secretary of the Society, is depicted as an ass braying: "Rights of Man" and carrying panniers filled with Paine's works. To the side, the British Lion holds open a book by Burke.

General physical description: H 18.3 cm, W27.5 cm

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Spirit of Democracy
1792-01-23 H 25.2 cm, W 41.4 cmPaine 75 Sp4

Fox, as Cromwell, waves a whip and drives the allied Kings in the direction of a sign inscribed: "To Equality or Annihilation" while an allegorical America, as "Indian Queen" with liberty cap and pole, looks on.

General physical description: H 25.2 cm, W 41.4 cm

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[Tommy Bull and Job]
  H 15 cm, W 17 cmPaine 75 T61

Two figures, one in tattered clothes and a leather apron, discuss Thomas Paine and French revolutionaries.

General physical description: H 15 cm, W 17 cm

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The Patent Wigg
1793-08-01 Paine 75 W53p

A barber assesses a wig for Fox and refers to Paine while Burke looks on.

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A Democrat
1791-09-02 H 26.7 cm, W 19.5 cmPaine 75 W87d

A French patriot, standing near a lamp-post hung with a noose and a decapitated head, Paine's Rights of Man in his pocket.

General physical description: H 26.7 cm, W 19.5 cm

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London Corresponding Society alarm'd - Vide Guilty Conscience
1798-04-20 H 23 cm, W 18.2 cmPaine 75 G41Lon

A group, dressed in tattered clothes, listens to their chairman who is reading from a broadside. The setting is a dark cellar and portraits of Tooke and "Tom Payne", wearing French tricolor cockade hats, hang on the wall.

General physical description: H 23 cm, W 18.2 cm

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The New Dynasty
1807-06-25 H 23.3 cm, W 34.5 cmPaine 75 G41ne

Napoleon and Talleyrand plant a mock genealogical tree of Hastings while members of the Ministry hack at the Royal Oak. Cobbett is depicted as one of the pippins waiting to be grafted.

General physical description: H 23.3 cm, W 34.5 cm

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A Would-Be Cromwell, Tooke Horne Mad Attempting to Disperse the Short Parliament
1790-12-18 H 20.8 cm, W 34.8 cmPaine 75 W91

Tooke lights the fuse issuing from a package inscribed "Petition, Horne Tooke", causing an explosion in the House of Commons. Fox, Pitt and Sheridan are among those blown away by the force of the blast.

General physical description: H 20.8 cm, W 34.8 cm

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A Sure Cure for all Paines
  H 18.5 cm, W 12.2 cmPaine 75 Su7

Depiction of Paine standing on a scaffold, a noose around his neck.

General physical description: H 18.5 cm, W 12.2 cm

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John Bull's Night Mare
1828-01 H 21.7 cm, W 32.1 cmPaine 75 Se9j

In a parody of Fuseli's Nightmare, John Bull is haunted in his sleep by various specters, one of which is a corpse-like figure leaning on a book by Paine.

General physical description: H 21.7 cm, W 32.1 cm

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The Political Champion turned Resurrection Man!
1819-12 H 23.5 cm, W 34.9 cmPaine 75 C86p

Cobbett flies astride a demon, bearing the bones of Paine from America to Europe. A group bearing liberty caps and banners rejoices on one side and a group of Quakers on the other while Napoleon watches on.

General physical description: H 23.5 cm, W 34.9 cm

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The Tree of Liberty - with the Devil tempting John Bull
1798 H 20. 5 cm, W 16 cmPaine 75 G41tre

Fox, as a serpent coiled around the trunk of a liberty cap topped apple tree, attempts to lure John Bull with an apple labeled: "Reform". Among the apples of the "Opposition" tree is one called "Age of Reason" and the trunk is also inscribed "Rights of Man".

General physical description: H 20. 5 cm, W 16 cm

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The Fruits of Arbitrary Power, or The Bloody Massacre
1770 H 28 cm, W 21 cm Paine 75 R32b.r.

British soldiers fire on a group of Boston citizens. Casualties are listed above and the verses below are framed by two motifs: a skull and crossbones in a laurel wreath and a glowing, thundering liberty cap striking at swords in the other. The Custom House is identified by a sign on the facade and the moon above is a waning crescent.

General physical description: H 28 cm, W 21 cm

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Le Fameux Empyrique Anglois American
  H 19.3 cm, W 14 cmPaine 75 F21

Paine, as medicine man, stands on a podium in front of an audience and promotes his cure for English oppression.

General physical description: H 19.3 cm, W 14 cm

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Tom Pain
  H 3 cm, W 5 cmPaine 75 T59

A cat with its captured pray in its mouth.

General physical description: H 3 cm, W 5 cm

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Tom Pain, verso
 H 3 cm, W 5 cmPaine 75 T59.1

Verso of page containing a cartoon that refers to Paine.

General physical description: H 3 cm, W 5 cm

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The Slough of Despond
1793-01-02 H 23 cm, W 34.5Paine 75 G41s

Fox as Christian of Pilgrim's Progress, weighed down by a heavy bundle, slinks into a mire before reaching the gate. A mock gospel before him names Paine and Priestley as two of his evangelists.

General physical description: H 23 cm, W 34.5

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The Slough of Despond. Verso
  H 23 cm, W 34.5Paine 75 G41s.1

General physical description: H 23 cm, W 34.5

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Mad Tom's first Practical Essay on the Rights of Man
1792-05-14 H 22 cm, W 36.6 cmPaine 75 C84s

Paine, Sheridan and Whitbread imagined as the arsonists responsible for a started in the House of Commons by a hidden pair of burning breeches. Paine, as a sans-culotte, sets fire to his own straw filled breeches.

General physical description: H 22 cm, W 36.6 cm

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The Unitarian Arms
1792-07-14 H 24.8 cm, W 20.5 cmPaine 75 Un3

A mock coat of arms depicting a harpy holding a liberty cap and pole, resting on a vulture and supported by two figures.

General physical description: H 24.8 cm, W 20.5 cm

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Blazoning of the Unitarian Arms
1792-07-14 H 24.8 cm, W 20.5 cmPaine 75 Un3.1

The explanation for the mock heraldic devices of The Unitarian Arms.

General physical description: H 24.8 cm, W 20.5 cm

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Mad Tom or the Man of Rights
1791-09-01 H 14 cm, W 9 cmPaine 75 C69m

Paine pensive at a writing desk surrounded by papers, a crown and broken scepter by his feet. One leg is raised as if just having struck the scepter and he's

General physical description: H 14 cm, W 9 cm

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The Friends of the People
1792-11-15 H 22 cm, W 33.3 cmPaine 75 C84fr

Paine and Priestley face each other at a table on which a smiling demon sits. Priestley holds a lantern and a container labeled "Phosphorus" and Paine grasps two daggers. They are surrounded by piles of weapons and books.

General physical description: H 22 cm, W 33.3 cm

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The Life of William Cobbett
1809-09-29 25.5 cm, W 20 cm ; H 25.5 cm, W 36 cmPaine 75 G41Li

Cobbett as a young boy maltreating farm animals while his parents watch from the interior of a country ale house.

General physical description: H 25.5 cm, W 36 cm

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The Life of William Cobbett
1809-09-29 H 25.5 cm, W 36 cmPaine 75 G41Li

Cobbett as a young recruit, leaving his farmer's life behind and marching resolutely towards a group of ships in full sail.

General physical description: H 25.5 cm, W 36 cm

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The Life of William Cobbett
1809-09-29 H 25.5 cm, W 36 cmPaine 75 G41Li

Cobbett, as Corporal, chastises two officers while others study his military instruction cards.

General physical description: H 25.5 cm, W 36 cm

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The Life of William Cobbett
1809-09-29 H 25.5 cm, W 36 cmPaine 75 Paine 75 G41Li

Sergeant-major Cobbett, assisted by a Corporal, secretly copies army documents.

General physical description: H 25.5 cm, W 36 cm

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The Life of William Cobbett
1809-09-29 H 25.5 cm, W 36 cmPaine 75 G41Li

Cobbett faces a judge while behind him a demon reaches for his shadow.

General physical description: H 25.5 cm, W 36 cm

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The Life of William Cobbett
1809-09-29 H 25.5 cm, W 36 cmPaine 75 G41Li

Officers have assembled for Cobbett's trial as he flees by boat.

General physical description: H 25.5 cm, W 36 cm

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The Life of William Cobbett
1809-09-29 H 25.5 cm, W 36 cmPaine 75 G41Li

Cobbett leads a toast against the house of Brunswick and in honor of a portrait of Napoleon.

General physical description: H 25.5 cm, W 36 cm

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The Life of William Cobbett
1809-09-29 H 25.5 cm, W 36 cmPaine 75 G41Li

Cobbett's writing is interrupted by apparitions that include figures related to his trial and a liberty cap wearing demon.

General physical description: H 25.5 cm, W 36 cm

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The Funeral of the Party
1798-10-30 H 26 cm, W 51.6 cmPaine 75 An8f

A funeral procession for the Whig Party. The mourners all wear liberty caps and include Fox, Sheridan and Tooke, who is reading from a copy of Rights of Man.

General physical description: H 26 cm, W 51.6 cm

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Contrasted Opinions of Paine's Pamphlet
1791-05-26 H 25 cm, W 58 cmPaine 75 C76

Eight public figures are depicted reading excerpts from Rights of Man and reacting to them. Fox, Sheridan and a figure that may be Mary Wollstonecraft or Helen Maria Williams are depicted as supporters of Paine's writings.

General physical description: H 25 cm, W 58 cm

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Wha Wants Me
1792-12-26 H 33 cm, W 29.2 cmPaine 75 C84w

A depiction of Paine with bundle of weapons on his back, labeled "Levelling Instruments", an exciseman's ink-bottle hanging on his coat breast and scrolls representing various ideals under his feet. He is writing on a scroll titled Rights of Man. The title echoes the cries of the "Wha Wants Me" man, a Scottish peddler selling the services of an improvised public toilet.

General physical description: H 33 cm, W 29.2 cm

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The debilitated situation of a monarchal Government, when puffed up by pride and self importance, whose resources must be wrung from the people's hands
circa 1836 H 30.1 cm, W 42 cmPaine 75 D35

King Louis Philippe stands in front of an overturned chest and a group of French officers while on the opposite shore Jackson, in front of a full chest and his supporters, shows him the Treaty of 1831.

General physical description: H 30.1 cm, W 42 cm

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The Effects of British Valour on the French Directory
1798-11-01 H 27.4 cm, W 39.7 cmPaine 75 Ef3

The five Directors, dressed in official costume of red capes and plumes caps, contemplate suicide upon receiving news of a new British defeat. Among the papers scattered on the table and floor are a caricature of Fox and a paper inscribed "Tom Payne".

General physical description: H 27.4 cm, W 39.7 cm

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Consequences of a Successfull French Invasion
1798-03-01 H 27 cm, W 36.5 cmPaine 75 g41c

French soldiers attack the tapestry depicting the defeat of the Spanish Armada in the House of Lords.

General physical description: H 27 cm, W 36.5 cm

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A French Hail Storm
1793-12-10 H 29.5 cm, W 35.3 cmPaine 75 G41fr

Admiral Howe standing in a shell-shaped boat and blinded by gold coins blown his way by liberty cap wearing cherubs.

General physical description: H 29.5 cm, W 35.3 cm

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Lord Longbow, the Alarmist, discovering the Miseries of Ireland
1798-03-12 H 24.5 cm, W 37.5 cmPaine 75 G41Lor

Moira stands on a shore with an unstrung longbow, a searchlight issuing from his mouth and partly illuminating a gruesome scene on the opposite shore.

General physical description: H 24.5 cm, W 37.5 cm

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Middlesex-Election 1804.
1804-08-07 H 32.6 cm, W 48.4 cmPaine 75 G41m

Burdett makes his way through a crowd seated inside a carriage pulled by his supporters and driven by Tooke, with Sheridan as footman.

General physical description: H 32.6 cm, W 48.4 cm

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Overthrow of the Republican Babel
1809-05-01 H 37.8 cm, W 30.8 cmPaine 75 G41o

A Tower of Babel, constructed from official documents, topples, bringing down with it politicians and associated figures. Burdett, on his way up and backed by his supporters, is about to fall.

General physical description: H 37.8 cm, W 30.8 cm

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French Habits
  H 16.7 cm W 22 cmBox 2
Paine 75 G41h

12 plates, bound and two additional plates, copies of Nos. 2 and 5. Bookplate of Ulick Earl of Altamont. Depictions of British politicians dressed in official costumes of the French Directory.

General physical description: H 16.7 cm W 22 cm

Patriotic Regeneration
1795-03-02 H 29.4 cm, W 41 cmPaine 75 G41pa

Pitt is being tried in the House of Commons, before an audience of English sans-culottes. Stanhope reads the charges to Fox, who is depicted as Speaker of the House and Sheridan, as scribe. Paine's Rights of Man is among the books visible on his table.

General physical description: H 29.4 cm, W 41 cm

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Posting to the Election
1806-12-01 H 20.5 cm, W 60 cmPaine 75 G41po

Burdett rides in a political procession along with his supporters, which include Cobbett, Tooke and Boswell, the latter with Paine's Rights of Man in his pocket.

General physical description: H 20.5 cm, W 60 cm

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John Wilkes Esqr.
1763-05-16 H 31.6 cm, W 22.3 cmPaine 75 H67j

Caricature of Wilkes, holding a liberty cap and pole, his journal, The North Briton, nearby.

General physical description: H 31.6 cm, W 22.3 cm

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Promenade in the State Side of Newgate
1793-10-05 H 39.5 cm, W 56.5 cmPaine 75 N48p

A group of radical reformers, politicians and publishers visiting with their friends and associates inside Newgate prison. One of the figures portrayed is William Holland, the publisher of the original print, who was imprisoned for selling pamphlets by Thomas Paine.

General physical description: H 39.5 cm, W 56.5 cm

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French Liberty
1793 H 36 cm, W 56.4 cmPaine 75 N65f

A negative representation of revolutionary France, with an allegorical figure of Liberty forcibly ejected from her temple while Paine, as a harlequin, floats above holding a pair of stays inscribed: "Rights of Man". He is identified in the inscription below: "over the Temple the Author of the Rights of Man is supported on bubbles that are blown up by two Devils; this represents his work to be Froth & Airy Vapour: tending to delude & mislead a Nation".

General physical description: H 36 cm, W 56.4 cm

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The Rt. Honble. Triumphant
1795 H 31.5 cm, W 43.5 cmPaine 75 R82

Figures grouped in front of the burning Dublin Parliament House. Grattan stands in the center, grasping bags of money and turned to face figures in academic dress, a student holding a book titles "Paine's Works" among them.

General physical description: H 31.5 cm, W 43.5 cm

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The Repeal of the Test Act
1790-02-16 H 46 cm, W 34 cmPaine 75 Sa9r

A group is gathered inside a church where the trio of Priestley, Price and Lindsey are preaching. Paine, as an exciseman is seated centrally and smiling towards Stanhope.

General physical description: H 46 cm, W 34 cm

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New Morality
1798-08-01 H 19.9 cm, W 61 cmPaine 75 G41new1

A procession of English reformers and radicals as Jacobins pay tribute to Larevellière-Lépeaux, Priestley and Bedford, as Leviathan, among them. Paine is depicted as a weeping crocodile wearing stays and holding his Defense of the 18 Fructidor.

General physical description: H 19.9 cm, W 61 cm

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New Morality
1798-08-01 H 19.9 cm, W 61 cmPaine 75 G41new2

A procession of English reformers and radicals as Jacobins pay tribute to Larevellière-Lépeaux, Priestley and Bedford, as Leviathan, among them. Paine is depicted as a weeping crocodile wearing stays and holding his Defense of the 18 Fructidor.

General physical description: H 19.9 cm, W 61 cm

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New Morality
1798-08-01 H 19.9 cm, W 61 cmPaine 75 G41new2

A procession of English reformers and radicals as Jacobins pay tribute to Larevellière-Lépeaux, Priestley and Bedford, as Leviathan, among them. Paine is depicted as a weeping crocodile wearing stays and holding his Defense of the 18 Fructidor.

General physical description: H 19.9 cm, W 61 cm

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Series IV. Portraits
  
[Photograph of Richard Gimbel]
  20.4 cm x 25.7 cm Paine 74 F84a

Photograph of Richard Gimbel examining a French edition of Paine's Age of Reason.

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Mr. Thos. Paine
1791 11.3 cm x 8.9 cm Paine 74 P16p.1

Portrait of Paine, after Peale, holding an open book.

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Thomas Paine Esq.
1791-07-14 18.5 cm x 11.5 cm Paine 74 P16p.2

Portrait of Paine, after Peale, holding a closed copy of his Rights of Man.

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Thomas Paine. Secretair d. Americ: Congr: 1780. Mitgl: d. fr. Nat: Convents 1793.
1793 14.0 cm x 8.8 cm Paine 74 P16p.3

Bust-length portrait of Thomas Paine, after Peale.

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Thomas Paine
1792 17.8 cm x 10.3 cm Paine 74 P16p.5

Portrait of Thomas Paine, after Peale, with an architectural framing motif.

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[Front matter: Paine, Thomas. 1792. The works of Thomas Paine, esq.: foreign secretary to the American Congress during the war with Great Britain.]
1792 17.8 cm x 20.6 cm Paine 74 P16p.5

Frontispiece on verso.

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[Title page: Paine, Thomas. 1792. The works of Thomas Paine, esq.: foreign secretary to the American Congress during the war with Great Britain]
1792 17.8 cm x 20.6 cm Paine 74 P16p.5

Title page with inscription: "W.M a Life of Thomas Pain by Fr. Oldys."

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Thomas Paine
1792 17.8 cm x 10.3 cm Paine 74 P16p.5

Frontispiece, and title page of Paine, Thomas. 1792. The works of Thomas Paine, esq.: foreign secretary to the American Congress during the war with Great Britain. London: D. Jordan.

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Thomas Paine.
1796 Paine 74 P16p.6

Portrait of Paine, after Peale, holding an open book inscribed "Rights of Man".

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Thomas Payne.
  13.7 cm x 8.2 cm Paine 74 P16p.7

Bust-length portrait of Thomas Paine, after Peale.

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T. Paine.
1792 17.5 cm x 11.2 cm Paine 74 P16p.8

Portrait of Thomas Paine holding an open book.

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Thomas Paine secrétaire du Congrès au departement des affaires etrangères pendant la guerre d'Amérique, auteur du Sens commun et des réponses à Burke
1972-1973 21.5 cm x 13.3 cm Paine 74 P16p.9

Bust-length portrait of Thomas Paine, after Peale.

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Mr. Thos. Paine
  17.2 cm x 11.1 cm Paine 74 P16p.11

Portrait of Paine, after Peale, holding an open book.

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T. Paine.
1812-09-21 19.0 cm x 12 cm Paine 74 P16p.12

Bust-length portrait of Thomas Paine, after Peale.

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Thomas Paine
1793 5.8 cm x 7.2 cm Paine 74 P16p.13

Title page with engraved portrait of Paine, after Peale, holding an open book inscribed "Die rechte des menschen".

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Thomas Paine
1793 5.8 cm x 7 cm Paine 74 P16p.14

Title page with engraved portrait of Paine, after Peale, holding an open book inscribed "Die rechte des menschen".

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Thomas Paine
1791-07-25 18.5 cm x 12 cm Paine 74 P16p.16

Portrait of Paine, after Peale, holding an open book inscribed "Rights of Man".

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Thomas Paine
1791-07-25 17.5 cm x 11 cm Paine 74 P16p.17

Portrait of Paine, after Peale, holding an open book inscribed "Rights of Man".

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Thomas Paine
circa 1791 13.2 cm x 9.7 cm Paine 74 P16p.20

Portrait of Paine, after Peale, holding an open book inscribed "Rights of Man".

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Thomas Paine Esqr. Late Secretary for Foreign Affairs to the American Congress
1791-08 19.0 cm x 12.4 cm Paine 74 P16p.22

Portrait of Paine, after Peale, holding an open book inscribed "Rights of Man".

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Thomas Paine
1792 10.0 cm x 7.7 cm Paine 74 P16p.23

Portrait of Thomas Paine, after Peale, with an architectural framing motif.

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Thomas Paine, secrétaire du Congrès au Departement des affaires etrangères pendant la guerre d'Amérique, Auteur du Sens commun et des réponses à Burke
  17.7 cm x 11.8 cm Paine 74 P16p.24

Bust-length portrait of Thomas Paine, after Peale.

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Tommaso Paine
  14.5 cm x x 9 cm Paine 74 P16p.25

Portrait of Paine, after Peale, hand supporting chin, elbow resting on closed book.

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Tom Paine.
1800-03-31 15.1 cm x 11.3 cm Paine 74 P16r.1

Portrait of Paine.

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[Tom Paine]
1800-03-31 8.3 cm x 6.4 cm Paine 74 P16r.2

Portrait of Paine. Printer's proof.

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Thomas Paine
1797 20.4 cm x 13.5 cm Paine 74 P16ro.1

Portrait of Paine, after Romney.

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Thomas Paine
  33.0 cm x 27 cm Paine 74 P16ro.2

Portrait of Paine, after Romney, working on manuscript inscribed "Rights of Man".

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[Thomas Paine-verso]
  33.0 cm x 27 cm Paine 74 P16r.3

Portrait of Paine, after Romney, working on manuscript inscribed "Rights of Man".

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Thomas Paine
  33.0 cm x 27 cm Paine 74 P16ro.2

Two-sided lithographic print, portrait of Paine, after Romney, on both sides.

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Thomas Paine
1830-11-23 8.5 cm x 6.9 cm Paine 74 P16ro.3

Portrait of Paine, after Romney, working on manuscript inscribed "Rights of Man".

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[Thomas Paine]
  21.0 cm x 13.5 cm Paine 74 P16ro.4

Portrait of Paine, after Romney.

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[Thomas Paine]
  21.0 cm x 13.5 cm Paine 74 P16ro.4

Portrait of Paine, after Romney.

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[Thomas Paine]
  21.5 cm x 13.5 cm Paine 74 P16ro.4

Portrait of Paine, after Romney.

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[Thomas Paine]
circa 1818 30.0 cm x 23.8 cm Paine 74 P16ro.5

Portrait of Paine, after Romney.

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Thomas Paine
1854 8.0 cm x 15 cm Paine 74 P16ro.6

Portrait of Paine, after Romney and title page with illustration of Paine monument by John Frazee.

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Thomas Paine
  18.3 cm x 12.6 cm Paine 74 P16ro.7

Portrait of Paine, after Romney.

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Thomas Paine
circa 1877 45.0 cm x 34 cm Paine 74 P16ro.9

Portrait of Paine, after Romney, depicted with manuscripts inscribed "Common Sense" and "Rights of Man".

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Thomas Paine
  40.5 cm x 32.5 cm Paine 74 P16ro.10

Portrait of Paine, after Romney, with manuscripts inscribed "Common Sense" and "Rights of Man".

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Mr. Thomas Paine
  17.8 cm x 11.3 cm Paine 74 P16ro.11

Portrait of Paine, after Romney.

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Thomas Paine
circa 1824 Paine 74 P16ro.12

Portrait of Paine, after Romney.

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Thomas Paine
1794-02-01 9.8 cm x 7.8 cm Paine 74 P16ro.15

Portrait of Paine, after Romney.

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Thomas Paine
1793-04-20 23.2 cm x 19.2 cm Paine 74 P16ro.16

Portrait of Paine, after Romney, with manuscripts inscribed "Common Sense" and "Rights of Man".

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Thomas Paine
1794-02-01 12.3 cm x 9.9 cm Paine 74 P16ro.17

Portrait of Paine, after Romney, with manuscripts inscribed "Common Sense" and "Rights of Man".

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Thomas Paine
  23.0 cm x 19.2 cm Paine 74 P16ro.18

Portrait of Paine, after Romney, with manuscripts inscribed "Common Sense" and "Rights of Man".

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Thomas Paine
  22.2 cm x 18.4 cm Paine 74 P16ro.21

Portrait of Paine, after Romney, with manuscripts inscribed "Common Sense" and "Rights of Man".

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Thomas Paine
circa 1844 9.4 cm x 7.5 cm Paine 74 P16ro.22

Portrait of Paine, after Sharp's engraving of the Romney painting.

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Thomas Paine
circa 1819 15.5 cm x 11 cm Paine 74 P16ro.24

Portrait of Paine, after Romney, with manuscripts inscribed "Age of Reason", "Common Sense" and "Rights of Man".

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Thomas Paine
  27.0 cm x 21 cm Paine 74 P16ro.26

Portrait of Paine, after Romney, with manuscripts inscribed "Common Sense" and "Rights of Man".

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Thomas Paine
1827-04-11 13.6 cm x 11.4 cm Paine 74 P16ro.27

Portrait of Paine, after Romney, with manuscript inscribed "Rights of Man".

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Thomas Paine
1819-05-01 17.5 cm x 11.2 cm Paine 74 P16ro.34

Portrait of Paine, after Romney, with manuscripts inscribed "Age of Reason", "Common Sense" and "Rights of Man".

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Thomas Paine
  11.8 cm x 7.8 cm Paine 74 P16ro.35

Portrait of Paine, after Romney, with manuscripts inscribed "Common Sense" and "Rights of Man".

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Thomas Paine
1919 12.0 cm x 8 cm Paine 74 P16ro.36

Portrait of Paine, after Romney.

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Thomas Paine
1818-01-01 17.7 cm x 11.3 cm Paine 74 P16ro.37

Portrait of Paine, after Romney.

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Thomas Paine
1822 18.8 cm x 12 cm Paine 74 P16s

Bust-length portrait of Thomas Paine, after Peale.

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Thomas Paine
1805-05-21 12.5 cm x 8.2 cm Paine 74 P16sta

Bust-length profile portrait of Paine.

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Thomas Paine
circa 1805 12.5 cm x 8.2 cm Paine 74 P16sta

Bust-length profile portrait of Paine.

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Thomas Paine
1805-05-21 12.5 cm x 8.2 cm Paine 74 P16sta

Bust-length profile portrait of Paine.

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Thomas Paine
1805-05-21 12.5 cm x 8.2 cm Paine 74 P16sta

Bust-length profile portrait of Paine.

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Thomas Paine
1792-11-06 12.9 cm x 9.4 cm Paine 74 P16sto.1

Portrait of Paine, after Peale, in a modified pose, holding a book inscribed "Rights of Man".

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Thomas Paine
  16.3 cm x 12.8 cm Paine 74 P16x.1

Portrait of Paine, holding an open book inscribed "Rights of Man".

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Thomas Paine
  24.0 cm x 18.7 cm Paine 74 P16x.2

Portrait of Paine, after Romney.

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Thomas Paine
circa 1794 7.5 cm x 5 cm Paine 74 P16x.3

Portrait of Paine, from a miniature, possibly after Romney.

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Thomas Paine
  15.6 cm x 11.8 cm Paine 74 P16x.5

Portrait of Paine, holding an open book inscribed "Common Sense", "Crisis", "Rights of Man" and "Age of Reason".

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Mr. Thomas Paine
1792-08-01 18.0 cm x 11.5 cm Paine 74 P16x.7

Portrait of Paine, standing, holding and pointing to a book inscribed "Rights of Man".

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Thomas Paine
1796-07-02 22.7 cm x 15.5 cm Paine 74 P16x.8

Portrait of Paine, standing, holding and pointing to a scroll inscribed "Rights of Man". The framing device contains a scroll inscribed "Equality".

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Thos. Paine
  5.6 cm x 4 cm Paine 74 P16x.12

Portrait of Paine, in profile, with acanthus leaf framing device

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[Thomas Payne]
  11.3 cm x 8.8 cm Paine 74 P16x.15

Portrait of man, hand inside coat breast and wearing wig.

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[Thomas Paine]
  17.5 cm x 11.7 cm Paine 74 P16x.16

Portrait of Paine, after Peale, hand supporting chin, holding an open book.

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[Paine centenary celebration]
circa 1909 12.7 cm x 17.78 cm Paine 74 P165a

Reverend Slicer speaks from a flag-festooned outdoor podium, facing a standing audience.

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[Cottage in which Paine was born]
  20.32 cm x 16.51 cm Paine 74

Stone building exterior.

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[Bull House, Lewes, Sussex, England, Tom Paine's Room]
  10.25 cm x 10.8 cm Paine 74 P165h.L

Furnished room interior.

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Franklin Stove presented to Thomas Paine by Benjamin Franklin
  8.8 cm x 14 cm Paine 74 P165h.n1

Thomas Paine Cottage interior with front view of Franklin stove.

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Franklin Stove, Presented to Thomas Paine by Benjamin Franklin
  8.7 cm x 13.7 cm Paine 74 P165h.n2

Thomas Paine cottage interior with side view of Franklin stove.

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Thomas Paine Cottage, Built 1793, New Rochelle, N. Y.
  9.0 cm x 14 cm Paine 74 P165h.n4

Thomas Paine cottage exterior in the snow, reproduction of painting.

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Thomas Paine Cottage, North and Paine Aves., New Rochelle, N. Y.
  8.7 cm x 13.8 cm Paine 74 P165h.n7

Thomas Paine cottage exterior .

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[309 Bleecker St. New York City]
  11.43 cm x 15.24 cm Paine 74 P165h.ne1

Photograph of an artist rendition of the building's exterior, with Paine glimpsed through the window.

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[Tom Paine House, 309 Bleecker St., New York City]
  25.4 cm x 20.32 cm Paine 74 P165h.ne2

Photograph of building facade.

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[Thomas Paine plaque]
  21.59 cm x 16.51 cm Paine 74 P165m.1

Photograph of plaque mounted on brick wall.

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Erected to the Memory of Thomas Paine, by Subscription, on his Farm at New Rochelle, America.
  32.0 cm x 25 cm Paine 74 P165m.2

Depiction of New Rochelle monument, with couple standing nearby.

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[Thomas Paine monument, New Rochelle]
  29.0 cm x 20.5 cm Paine 74 P165m.7

Depiction of New Rochelle monument, with couple standing nearby.

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Thomas Paine Memorial House, New Rochelle, N.Y.
  8.7 cm x 14 cm Paine 74 P165m.4

Thomas Paine Memorial House exterior with sign, reproduction of painting.

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Thomas Paine Monument, New Rochelle, N.Y. Erected 1839.
  14.0 cm x 8.9 cm Paine 74 P165m.8

Paine monument by Frazee topped by bust of Paine by MacDonald.

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Thomas Paine
  8.4 cm x 12 cm Paine 74 P165m.9

Two figures frame a monument with a portrait of Paine, after Romney, in its center.

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[Thomas Paine Monument]
  17.78 cm x 12.7 cm Paine 74 P165m.10

Photograph of Paine monument by Frazee topped by bust of Paine by MacDonald.

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Paris - Statue de Thomas Paine
circa 1934 14.0 cm x 9 cm Paine 74 P165s.1

Image of Paine statue by Borglum in Paris on postcard mailed to Richard Gimbel from Joseph Lewis.

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Thomas Paine
  25.4 cm x 20.32 cm Paine 74 P165s.5

Model by Lober for his statue of Paine.

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Wax figure of Thomas Paine, Thomas Paine Cottage, new Rochelle, N.Y.
  14.0 cm x 8.5 cm Paine 74 P165s.8

Wax figure of Paine installed inside the Thomas Paine Cottage.

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Key to the engraving of the U.S. Senate Chamber
circa 1849 29.0 cm x 42 cm Paine 74 Un3k

United States Senate Chamber interior with members and spectators listening to an orating Henry Clay. Key to the engraving of the same subject with subjects identified below the image outline.

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