2
by Paine, Thomas
Published 1797
Printed for R. Smith, Bookseller

4
by Paine, Thomas
Published 1724
Printed by B. Green, for Daniel Henchman, and sold at his shop

5
by Paine, Thomas
Published 1717
Printed by T. Crump, for the booksellers, and sold at their shops

7
by Paine, Thomas
Published 1782
printed by Melchior Steiner, in Race-Street, near Third-Street. And sold by Robert Aitken, bookseller, in Market-street, three doors above the coffee-house

9
by Paine, Thomas
Published 1792
Printed & sold, by Charles R. & George Webster, no. 46, State-Street, corner of Middle-Lane

10
by Paine, Thomas
Published 1792
Printed by Charles R. & George Webster, no. 46, State-Street, corner of Middle-Lane

11
by Paine, Thomas
Published 1792
Printed by Charles R. & George Webster, no. 46, State-Street, corner of Middle-Lane

12
by Paine, Thomas
Published 1792
Printed by Charles R. & George Webster, no. 46, State-Street, corner of Middle-Lane

14
by Paine, Thomas
Published 1797
Paris: printed by W. Adlard, Rue Menilmontant. London: re-printed and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster

15
by Paine, Thomas
Published 1798
Printed and sold by Thomas Clio Rickman, No. 7, Upper Mary-le-Bonne street

17
by Paine, Thomas
Published 1776
Philadelphia, printed: (to promote the traitorous purposes therein set forth.) Edinburgh, re-printed: To shew the real spirit and views of the colonies, or rather of their leaders in rebellion; which cannot fail to rouse the indignation of every Briton, without leaving them from henceforth a single advocate, who is not utterly lost to loyalty, to patriotism, and to common sense. Sold by Charles Elliot, Edinburgh; and William Anderson, Stirling