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Lettre de Thomas Paine au peuple françois. Paris, le 25 septembre, l'an premier de la république

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Imprimerie du Cercle Social

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Letter of Thomas Paine to the people of France. Published and distributed gratis by the London Corresponding Society has translation has other edition

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Paine's response to the French people after having been awarded French citizenship and a seat in the National Convention. Possibly translated by Sophie de Grouchy, Condorcet's wife and his earlier translator during 1791. It was read out in the Convention by his interpreter, Bancal des Issarts who had accompanied him to France from England, along with the S.C.I. lawyer, John Frost.