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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... a and Queries a correspondent asks for information concerning a Hebrew. IaU& Grammar and Lexicon, printed in London by ThomasPaine, 1632. The title me commence*, "Wilhelmi Shiokardi Horolegium Hebreum sive..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... by the Negro populace of a segregated cafeteria. . ~He began by quoting the eighteenth- century words of Thomas; Paine : "These are times which try; men's sotds." abd said: %vln no area of human relations..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:".... By Menahcmo Sapir. (Erets Tlnasl: TOAviv). . . ThomasPaine. ByF.J.GonH. (London: LeonardPaownStLtd. 4s.6d).~ " By .Dr. IgnasZoUsohan. (Yi^ina: Wilhelm Braomttller, Bdttod by Sir Jvmm MwAaat, KJ..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... of Commons? lias ThomasPaine no followers among the salaried servants of the Crown? Is there no-one, now-a-days, who, in discourse or print* seeks to spread and perpe- tuate their opinions ? Were these men..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... than a Defence of the Old Testament in letters addressed to ThomasPaine, the sceptic, whose influence as abitter foe of the Scriptures was then at its height. It was printed, curiously enough, in New..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"...,for, in the immortal words of ThomasPaine, "these are timesthat try men's souls." I DON'T MEAN to be flippant,but I wonder whether one of the more important pieces ofpress coverage of Prime Minister Begin's visit..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... of fundamental beliefs of Chris* tianjty, and his acute analysis of the NewTestament, called to mind the ideas of ThomasPaine, the eighteenth-centuryDeist. The Hon. Leonard H. L. Cohen (JointHon. Secretary..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... ThomasPaine no followers among the salaried servant!* «f the crown? Is there none now-a^day*, who, in discourse or print, seeks to spread and perpetuate their opinions ? \Wretbe-se men Christians..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... was almost universal; to-day TVI> c;il! Uie diseaso dictatorship. ThomasPaine relates a significant incident that came within his own experience. "Government with insolence is despotism,' ho writes. "This..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... of ThomasPaine, in favour orTE* Jews, wherein he offered toprove at the.Bar of the House that "the Jews were not the murderers of Jesus Christ.** 8o scandalised were the Members at this suggestion..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... trappings, were swept away, while ThomasPaine's "Declaration of the Rights of Man" was held aloft in triumph and presented to the nations, rather as Moses presented the tablets of stone at Sinai. Eminent..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... alance in defenceof SB Sd Testament against ThomasPaine's « Age of Reason » Dand Levi was a hard worker; he gave the Portuguese Jeffs a translation of their prayers, and subsequently he rendered the same..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... 1789, there were not ten Republicansin France. ThomasPaine, the clever author of ** Common Sense," declared that in the year 1778, there was not a single Republican in North America.Mlohelin wrote..."
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... by the intellectual lights of Chicago to near Prof. Mangasarian deliver his masterful and brilliant lecture o& "The Whole Troth About ThomasPaine." His opening words were tram the writings or the sayings of tear great..."
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:".... . PAINE WAS NO ATHEIST. I i .. Letter He Wrote to Gen. Greene Askjd God's Blessing. From the New York Ti*ies. An instance of the use of God s name by the famous patriot ThomasPaine is found in a letter..."
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... rati infidels; you cannot deM'lid ii'hiii their power to resist this great delusion of Christianity. ThomasPaine, the god of modern skeptics, his birthday celebrated in .New York and Itoston with great..."
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Our County and its People: A Descriptive and Biographical Record of Bristol County, Massachusetts
Text:"... Willard, president of Harvard College from 170 1 to 1707. Robert T. Paine entered Harvard College and graduated in 1749. was He spent in teaching school, and later became sailing some years a making..."
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