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Paine, Thomas (1737-1809), radical pamphleteer

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Surname: Paine
Forenames: Thomas
Gender: Male
Date: 1737-1809
History: Politician, author, revolutionary. Excise officer at Thetford, 1761; sailed for America, 1774; published Rights of Man in 1790.
Biography: ODNB link for Paine, Thomas (1737-1809) Radical Pamphleteer
References: DNB, 1992; NCA Rules
Name authority reference: GB/NNAF/P275648 (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/P133887 )
Online related resources Bibliography of British and Irish History link for Thomas Paine
  Description Held by Reference Further information
1792: Thomas Paine: Common Sense, an address to the Inhabitants of America
The National Archives, Kew
1793: Rex v James BELCHER for publishing a libel entitled The Jockey Club, or a Sketch of the...
The National Archives, Kew
1792: Thomas Paine: Letter to the People of France
The National Archives, Kew
1792: Thomas Paine: Rights of Man, being an Answer to Mr. Burke's attack on the French...
The National Archives, Kew
1792: Thomas Paine: Letter to the Addressers on the late Proclamation
The National Archives, Kew
1792: Thomas Paine: Miscellaneous articles by. With a print of the author on the fly leaf
The National Archives, Kew
1792 June 6: Thomas Paine: Letter to Mr. Secretary Dundas. Printed for the Society for Constitutional...
The National Archives, Kew
1797: Thomas Paine: Agrarian Justice opposed to Agrarian Law and to Agrarian Monopoly
The National Archives, Kew
1817: Thomas Paine: Dissertation on first Principles of Government
The National Archives, Kew
1820: Thomas Paine: Appendix to the Theological Works of T. Paine, including his will, 1809
The National Archives, Kew
c1777-1808: corresp and papers (c63 items)
American Philosophical Society Library
See list on APS website
1787: letters to Lord Lansdowne
Collection held privately: enquiries to Oxford University: Bodleian Library, Special Collections
NRA 37645 Petty
1774: articles of separation from his wife, Elizabeth
East Sussex and Brighton and Hove Record Office (ESBHRO)
See Annual Return 2009

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