[Dublin] : Philadelphia, printed, Dublin, reprinted by M. Mills ..., 1776.; 53 pages
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Smith, William, 1727-1803.
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809. Common sense.
Plain truth addressed to the inhabitants of America, containing remarks on a late pamphlet, intitled Common sense wherein are shewn, that the scheme of independence is ruinous, delusive, and impracticable; that were the author's asseverations, respecting the power of America, as real as nugatory, reconciliation on liberal principles with Great Britain would be exalted policy; and that, circumstanced as we are, permanent liberty and true happiness can only be obtained by reconciliation with that Kingdom
CIHM/ICMH microfiche series ; no. 44101
|Published||[Dublin] : Philadelphia, printed, Dublin, reprinted by M. Mills ..., 1776.|
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United States -- Politics and government -- 1775-1783
États-Unis -- Politique et gouvernement -- 1775-1783 (Révolution).
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"Will ye turn from Flattery and attend to this Side."
"There Truth, unlicenc'd, walks ... Thomson on the Liberties of Britain."
[A reply to Common sense] signed "Rationalis": p. -41.
"Extract from the second letter to the people of Pennsylvania, being that part of it which relates to independency. By a writer under the signature of Cato" [i.e. William Smith]: p. -44.