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Lettres de Thomas Paine aux signataires des adresses envoyées au Roi d'Angleterre sur sa proclamation contre les libelles

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Thomas Paine


Anonymous (48)
Imprimerie du Cercle Social

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Chronique du mois
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Letter addressed to the addressers, on the late proclamation has translation

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Paine ridicules the defense of the British constitution by Burke and members of the British government in response to the publication of his Rights of Man. His text is a reaction to the royal proclamation against seditious acts and publications. Translated fragments published as articles in La Chronique du mois, December 1792-January 1793. See Gallica.