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Text:"...86 THE LIFE OF THOMASPAINE and that m consideration of these sei vices, and the benefits produced theieby, Mr. Paine is entitled to a liberal giatificalion from the United States This of course..."
Date:Between 1737 and 1909
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Text:"...THE LIFE OF THOMASPAINE denies any knowledge of America as a Separate Sovereign Powei, she will not conceive heiself bound by any Capitulation or Treaty entered into by her Generals which is to bind..."
Date:Between 1737 and 1909
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Text:"...\6S LIFE OP THOMASPAINE. Q. Was Mr. Paine present when (hat circum^ stance ha))pened ? yL He was - and as it may exculpate me, in the eyes of the court, from a charge Mr. Paine thought pro..."
Date:Between 1737 and 1809
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Text:"...168 LIFE OF THOMASPAINE. Q. Was Mr. Paine present when that circum stance happened ? A. He was and as it may exculpate me, in the eyes of the court, from a charge Mr. Paine thought proper to enter..."
Date:Between 1737 and 1809
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Text:"..., to dine. Mr. Segar at the Globe offered to send for Mr. Paine, who lived only a few doors off : He seemed a true Painite. 3d. William and I went to see ThomasPaine. When we first called he was taking..."
Date:Between 1737 and 1809
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... offered to send for Mr. Paine, who lived only a few doors off: He seemed a true Painite. ^3d. William and I went to see ThomasPaine. When we first called he was taking a nap. . . , Back to Mr. Paines about..."
Date:Between 1737 and 1909
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Text:"...86 THE LIFE OF THOMASPAINE and that m consideration of these sei vices, and the benefits produced theieby, Mr. Paine is entitled to a liberal giatificalion from the United States This of course..."
Date:Between 1737 and 1909
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Text:"..., to dine. Mr. Segar at the Globe offered to send for Mr. Paine, who lived only a few doors off : He seemed a true Painite. 3d. William and I went to see ThomasPaine. When we first called he was taking..."
Date:Between 1737 and 1892
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Text:"..., to dine. Mr. Segar at the Globe offered to send for Mr. Paine, who lived only a few doors off : He seemed a true Painite. 3d. William and I went to see ThomasPaine. When we first called he was taking..."
Date:Between 1737 and 1893
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Text:"...THE LIFE OF THOMASPAINE denies any knowledge of America as a Separate Sovereign Powei, she will not conceive heiself bound by any Capitulation or Treaty entered into by her Generals which is to bind..."
Date:Between 1737 and 1909
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Text:"..., to dine. Mr. Segar at the Globe offered to send for Mr. Paine, who lived only a few doors off : He seemed a true Painite. 3d. William and I went to see ThomasPaine. When we first called he was taking..."
Date:Between 1737 and 1893
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Text:"..., to dine. Mr. Segar at the Globe offered to send for Mr. Paine, who lived only a few doors off : He seemed a true Painite. 3d. William and I went to see ThomasPaine. When we first called he was taking..."
Date:Between 1737 and 1892
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... offered to send for Mr. Paine, who lived only a few doors off: He seemed a true Painite. ^3d. William and I went to see ThomasPaine. When we first called he was taking a nap. . . , Back to Mr. Paines about..."
Date:Between 1737 and 1909
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Text:"...WRITINGS OF THOMASPAINE few days ago. I laid two nights at Mr. Duffield's, in the winter. Miss Nancy Clifton was there, who said the enemy had destroyed or sold a great part of your furniture. Mr..."
Date:1908
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:".... It is now almost forgotten that ThomasPaine, down to the time of his departure for Europe in 1787, was a fashionable member of society, admired and courted as the greatest literary genius of his day..."
Date:Between 1737 and 1893
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Text:"...WRITINGS OF THOMASPAINE few days ago. I laid two nights at Mr. Duffield s, in the winter. Miss Nancy Clifton was there, who said the enemy had destroyed or sold a great part of your furniture. Mr..."
Publication date:Between 1907 and 1908
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:".... It is now almost f oi^otten that ThomasPaine, down to the time of his departure for Europe in 1787, was a fashionable member of society, admired and courted as the greatest literary genius of his day..."
Date:Between 1737 and 1892
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Text:"...THE LIFE OF THOMASPAINE up to Bristol, and the Capts. of such other armed Vessels as thought they could not pass on the Eastward side of Wind mill Island, very precipitately set them on fiie. As I..."
Date:Between 1737 and 1909
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Text:"... among the papers of Mrs. Gallatin \n^e Nicholson] ; its address is to : * Miss Hannah N., at the Lord knows where. - You Mistress Hannah if you dont come home, I 11 come and fetch you. T. Paine. -Adams..."
Date:Between 1737 and 1892
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Text:"...THE LIFE OF THOMASPAINE up to Bristol, and the Capts. of such other armed Vessels as thought they could not pass on the Eastward side of Wind mill Island, very precipitately set them on fiie. As I..."
Date:Between 1737 and 1909