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  • to the Pacific coast in lat. about 52° 20´ N., and Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, American explorers acting under the orders of President Jefferson
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  • The American Crisis by Thomas Paine 3282The American CrisisThomas Paine The Writings Of Thomas Paine Collected And Edited By Moncure Daniel
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  • EpigramGeorge Gordon Byron EPIGRAM. In digging up your bones, Tom Paine, Will. Cobbett has done well: You visit him on Earth again, He'll visit
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  • Pain, William Paine Paine, James (1725-1789) Paine, James (d.1829?) Paine, Thomas Painter, Edward Painter, William Paisible, James Paisley, Lord Pakeman
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  • (puritan) Owen, Robert Oxford, Edward De Vere, Earl of Paine, Thomas Painter, William Paley, William Palgrave, Francis Turner Palgrave, Sir Francis Paltock
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  • Volume 43 Paine, James (1725-1789) by Wyatt Angelicus van Sandau Papworth 939749Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 43 Paine, James
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  • 43 Paine, Thomas by Leslie Stephen 939752Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 43 Paine, ThomasLeslie Stephen1895 PAINE, THOMAS
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  • The Works of Lord Byron  (1905)  by George Gordon Byron PREFACE, CONTENTS, ILLUSTRATIONS 1404558The Works of Lord Byron — PREFACE, CONTENTS, ILLUSTRATIONSGeorge
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  • Goldworth Alger V. Outlaws and Conspirators. V. OUTLAWS AND CONSPIRATORS. Paine—Vaughan—Muir—Perry—British Club. The French Revolution, like a new religion
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  • Pain Pain, Barry Paine, Robert Treat Paine, Thomas Painesville Painter-work Painting Paisiello, Giovanni Paisley, Claud Hamilton, Lord Paisley Paita Pajol
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  • trial on the acquittal of William Hope. In 1818 Carlile published the theoligical, political, and miscellaneous works of Paine, together with a memoir.
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  • Speech in behalf of Hardy Speech against Williams for the publication of Paine's Age of Reason Speech in behalf of Hadfield Speech in behalf of Markham
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  • A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature by John William Cousin Oxford, Edward De Vere, Earl of 172278A Short Biographical Dictionary
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  • estates. According to Thomas Hardwick (Memoir of Sir William Chambers, 1825, p. 13), Taylor and James Paine the elder ‘nearly divided the practice of the profession
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  • visitors held to commemorate the French victories in Belgium; Thomas Paine and Lord Edward Fitzgerald were present. Madame de Genlis, on quitting Paris
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  • Acrosticks, and Sonnets, &c., by C. W. Mercer,’ London, printed by T. Paine, &c., 1646, 4to. In some copies there is the simple title ‘Angliæ Speculum
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  • widow soon afterwards married William Ogilvie, who superintended Lord Edward's early education. Joining the army in 1779, Lord Edward served with credit in
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  • literary people of the day, as well as to certain Radicals, including Godwin, Paine, Priestly, and Fuseli, the painter. She then, 1792, went to Paris, where
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  • literature then current, including Chalmers's scurrilous 'Life of Thomas Paine,' garnished with his own unreserved comments. He had now become a factor
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  • the funeral of Lord Nelson, 9th January, 1806, composed by Dr. Croft, Purcell, Dr. Greene, Attwood, and Handel.' In 1808 he joined William Sexton, organist
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