3 edition of A little journey to the home of Thomas Paine found in the catalog.
A little journey to the home of Thomas Paine
|Statement||by Elbert Hubbard.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||51|
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Books Reviews: K. InEnglish agrarian radical journalist William Cobbett, who in had published a hostile continuation of Francis Oldys (George Chalmer)'s The Life Born: Thomas Pain, February 9,Thetford.
Little journeys to the homes of the great / by: Hubbard, Elbert, Published: () Little journeys to the homes of the great / by: Hubbard, Elbert, Thomas Paine was born in Thetford, England, into a Quaker father and an Anglican mother. Paine received little formal education but did learn to read, write and perform : The Rights of Man book.
Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In The Rights of Man, Thomas Paine defends the representational.