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Lettre au peuple de France

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Thomas Paine


uncertainty Anonymous (François Soulès)
François Buisson

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is translation of
Letter of Thomas Paine to the people of France. Published and distributed gratis by the London Corresponding Society has translation has other edition
is part of
Recueil des divers écrits de Thomas Paine, secrétaire du Congrès Américain, et membre de la Convention Nationale en 1792, sur la politique et la législation, faisant suite aux autres ouvrages intitulés, Les Droits de l'Homme et le Sens Commun. Traduit de l'Anglois translation has paratext


Paine's response to the French people after having been awarded French citizenship and a seat in the National Convention. This is the second translation of that text, made for Buisson's 1793 re-edition of Paine's works. See Recueil, pp. 328-34.