Tom Paine: America's Godfather, 1737-1809

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Index
Adam, 334
"A Little Comer of the World," 281
Abbé Raynal, 140- 1
Abolition, 14, 304
Abuse, 295
Academy of Sciences (French), 158, 160
Adams, James Truslow, 74
---,John, 14, 17, 74, 96, 129, 193-6, 311-12
--, John Quincy, 197
--, Samuel, 14, 255
Address and Declaration of the Friends of Universal Peace and Liberty, 206
-- of Silas Deane to the Free and Virtuous Citizens of America, 107
Advice to the Privileged Orders, 256 (note)
Æsop, 60
Africa, 86
African Slavery in America, 61
Age of Reason, The, 20, 22, 36, 254- 74, 279, 292, 299, 309, 319, 327, 329, 337
Aitkin, Robert, 58, 60-1
Alabama, 73
A Letter to the Addressers, 226-30, 234
Alexander, Mrs., 131
Alford, 32
Algerine Captive, The, 207
Algiers, 256 (note)
Alleghenies, 73
Alliance, 130
Almshouses, 173
Amboy, N.. J., 88
America, 213, 238, 274, 277, 290-2, 296, 307-8, 328 (note)
American Air Force, 22
it~, 325, 329
Anti-Slavery Society, 87
Commission to France, 219
Daughters of Liberty, x 26
Ames, Fisher, 16
"Anacreon of the Guillotine," 247
Anarchist, 331
Angel Inn, 188
"Angel of Death," 247
Animals, 14, 85
Anti-Republicans, 317
Apoplexy, 335
Arbitration, 14, 61
Aristotle, 38, 69
Arnold, Benedict, 115
Arteriosclerosis, 338 (note)
Articles of Confederation, 163
Ascension, 259
Assembly ( Pennsylvania), 124, 128
"Association of Nations," 314' 15
Atheist, 17, 306, 310
Atlanticus, 60
Austria, 238-9, 280
Attorney-General, 222
Audibert, Achille, 230, 232, 280
Bache, Franklin, 291
--, Richard, 55-6, 58
Bacon, 38
Baltimore, 101, 122, 307-8, 310, 316, 321
Bancal, 241
Bank of England, 327
North America, 148-9

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Preface 5
  • Contents 7
  • Illustrations 9
  • Chapter I - The Little Quaker Boy 13
  • Chapter II - A Life Without Motive 33
  • Chapter III - Paine Comes to America 50
  • Chapter IV - Paine Writes a Best Seller 66
  • Chapter V - A Restless Intellectual 85
  • Chapter VI - The Silas Deane Controversy 97
  • Chapter VII - The Revolution's Financial Crisis 118
  • Chapter VIII - Paine as a Propagandist 133
  • Chapter IX - Iron Bridges and Tallow Candles 152
  • Chapter X - The Rights of Man 173
  • Chapter XI - More Books--More Trouble 199
  • Chapter XII - Outlawed in England 222
  • Chapter XIII - The Age of Reason 251
  • Chapter XIV - Monroe Rescues Paine 275
  • Chapter XV - The Last Sad Years 304
  • Bibliography 342
  • Index 345
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