|Other titles||Colonial pamphlets., Colonial pamphlets.|
|Contributions||Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends. Meeting for Sufferings., Thomas Jefferson Library Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||E187 .C72 vol. 15, no. 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 82-147,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||147|
|LC Control Number||04002110|
The Large Additions lends insight into the fascinating publishing history of the most important and popular tract of the American Revolution. After the publication of the first edition of Common Sense by Bell in in a small edition of copies, Paine was greatly disappointed when Bell advised him there were no profits. The Paperback of the Common Sense: With the Whole Appendix: the Address to the Quakers: Also, the Large Additions by Thomas Paine at Barnes & Noble. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your : $ Letter from Josiah Bartlett to John Langdon, 19 February "The Pamphlet Common Sense has already had three Editions in this City; in the last there is an apendix and large additions, it has also been reprinted at N. York; by the best information it has had a great Effect on the minds of many here & to the Southward.". Get this from a library! Large additions to Common sense: addressed to the inhabitants of America, on the following interesting subjects. I. The American patriot's prayer. II. American independancy [sic] defended, by Candidus. III. The propriety of independancy [sic], by Demophilus. [Two lines from Thompson] IV. A review of the American contest, with some .
This early copy of Common Sense is a rare first Boston printing, published in the spring of along with supplemental writings titled Large Additions to Common Sense. provenance Printed in by Benjamin Edes, John Gill, and Thomas and John Fleet, Boston, Massachusetts. Get this from a library! Large additions to Common sense, addressed to the inhabitants of America, on the following interesting subjects: I. The American patriot's prayer: II. American independency defended. [Thomas Paine]. Common Sense, by Thomas Paine () by Megan Mulder on July 1, but also included a section called “Large Additions to Common Sense,” which reprinted several pieces by other authors. But if Common Sense is not necessarily the book that sparked a revolution, it is certainly the book that came to symbolize the American Revolution for. "Large additions to Common sense.. To which is added an appendix to Common sense: together with an address to the people called Quakers.."--p. 45] Catchword on p. elphia: Printed. And sold by R. Bell, in .
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