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JC177 .A3 [Info] The Writings of Thomas Paine (4 volumes, with index), by Thomas Paine, ed. by Moncure Daniel Conway and David Widger (Gutenberg text)
JC177 .A3 [Info] The Writings of Thomas Paine (4 volumes; New York and London: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1894-1896), by Thomas Paine, ed. by Moncure Daniel Conway
JC177 .B3 [Info] The Rights of Man, by Thomas Paine (Gutenberg text)
JC178 .P7 [Info] Dissertation on First Principles of Government, by Thomas Paine (multiple formats at Oxford)
JC178 .V2 C4 1791 [Info] The Life of Thomas Pain, the Author of Rights of Men, With a Defence of His Writings (published under "Francis Oldys" persona; London: Printed for J. Stockdale, 1791), by George Chalmers (multiple formats at archive.org)
JC178 .V2 C4 1792 [Info] The Life of Thomas Pain: With a Review of His Writings, Particularly of Rights of Man, Parts First and Second (fifth edition, corrected and enlarged, published under "Francis Oldys" persona; London: Printed for J. Stockdale, 1792), by George Chalmers (page images at HathiTrust)
JC178 .V2 C4 1793 [Info] The Life of Thomas Pain, the Author of the Seditious Writings, Entitled Rights of Man (10th edition, published under "Francis Oldys" persona; London: Printed for J. Stockdale, 1793), by George Chalmers (page images at HathiTrust)
JC178 .V2 C4 1796 [Info] The Life of Thomas Paine, the Author of Rights of Man, Age of Reason, &c., With a Defence of His Writings (based on the second London edition, published under "Francis Oldys" persona; Boston: Printed by Manning and Loring, for D. West, 1796), by George Chalmers (HTML at Evans TCP)
JC178 .V2 C7 [Info] The Life of Thomas Paine, With a History of His Literary, Political and Religious Career in America, France and England (2 volumes, 1893), by Moncure Daniel Conway, contrib. by William Cobbett
JC178 .V2 R45 [Info] Thomas Paine, the Apostle of Liberty: An Address Delivered in Chicago, January 29, 1916; Including the Testimony of Five Hundred Witnesses (1917), by John E. Remsburg (Gutenberg text)
JC178 .V2 V15 1841 [Info] The Life of Thomas Paine, Author of "Common Sense", "Rights of Man", "Age of Reason", &c., &c.; With Critical and Explanatory Observations on His Writings, and an Appendix, Containing His Letters to Washington, Suppressed in His Works at Present Published in This Country (New York: The author, 1841), by G. Vale
JC178 .V2 V15 1853 [Info] The Life of Thomas Paine, Author of "Common Sense", "Rights of Man", "Age of Reason", etc., etc.; With Critical and Explanatory Observations On His Writings (New York: The author, 1853), by G. Vale (page images at HathiTrust)
JC178 .V2 W5 [Info] Lest We Forget (East Aurora, NY: Printed at the Roycroft Shop, 1914), by Ella Wheeler Wilcox (HTML at ellawheelerwilcox.org)
JC179 .H8 1795 [Info] La Politique Naturelle: ou, Discours sur les Vrais Principes du Gouvernement (2 volumes in 1, in French; Tours: A. Vauquer et Lhéritier, ca. 1795), by Paul Henri Thiry Holbach (page images at HathiTrust)
JC179 .M74 [Info] De l'Esprit des Loix (4 volumes in French; 1769-1784), by Charles de Secondat Montesquieu (page images at HathiTrust)
JC179 .M74 [Info] The Spirit of Laws (2 volumes; London: G. Bell and Sons, 1896-1897), by Charles de Secondat Montesquieu, ed. by J. V. Prichard, trans. by Thomas Nugent
JC179 .M8 D5 [Info] A Commentary and Review of Montesquieu's Spirit of Laws, by Antoine Louis Claude Destutt de Tracy, trans. by Thomas Jefferson (HTML at econlib.org)
JC179 .R7 [Info] The Social Contract, and Discourses, by Jean-Jacques Rousseau, trans. by G. D. H. Cole (multiple formats at archive.org)
JC179 .R76 [Info] The Social Contract, by Jean-Jacques Rousseau, trans. by G. D. H. Cole (HTML at Wikisource)
JC179 .R814 [Info] A Discourse on the Origin of Inequality Among Men, by Jean-Jacques Rousseau, trans. by G. D. H. Cole (HTML at Wikisource)
JC179 .R814 [Info] A Discourse Upon the Origin and Foundation of the Inequality Among Mankind, by Jean-Jacques Rousseau (Gutenberg text)
JC179 .R814 1761 [Info] A Discourse Upon the Origin and Foundation of the Inequality Among Mankind (John Adams's copy, with his handwritten annotations; London: R. and J. Dodsley, 1761), by Jean-Jacques Rousseau, contrib. by John Adams (multiple formats at archive.org)
JC183 .M818 1790 [Info] La Pública Felicidad Objeto de los Buenos Principes (translated into Spanish; Madrid: Imprenta Real, 1790), by Lodovico Antonio Muratori
JC189 .B8 1807 [Info] The Principles of Natural and Politic Law (fifth edition corrected, 2 volumes; Cambridge, MA: At the University Press, 1807), by J. J. Burlamaqui, trans. by Thomas Nugent
JC211 .B252 [Info] Advice to the Privileged Orders in the Several States of Europe, Resulting From the Necessity and Propriety of a General Revolution in the Principles of Government (2 volumes; 1792-1793), by Joel Barlow

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