"Hear and improve," he pertly cries: "I come to make all nations wise."
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|Title||"Hear and improve," he pertly cries: "I come to make all nations wise."|
|Legacy Identifier||Paine 75 G76h, APSdigobj3201|
|creator||Grainger, W., 1786 - 1809|
|Abstract||Paine, a pair of stays under his arm and in ragged clothing, shows his Rights of Man to a group of apes.|
|Note||George: 8295, Gimbel: 247 Versions of this engraving appear on the title page in later editions of the scurrilous "The life of Thomas Pain, the author of Rights of man with a defence of his writings", first published by George Chalmers as Francis Oldys in London, 1791.|
|Subject (lcsh)||Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809|
|Subject (lcsh)||Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809. Rights of man|
|Extent||H 9.5 cm, W 13.9 cm|
|Digital Origin||reformatted digital|
|Date Issued||circa 1793|
|Title||Colonel Richard Gimbel Collection of Thomas Paine Papers|
|Use||Copyright American Philosophical Society. For reproduction and permission information, see http://www.amphilsoc.org/library/rights.htm|