Mss.B.P165 - Colonel Richard Gimbel Collection of Thomas Paine Papers

 Paine, Thomas to "Messieurs", 1787 May 24- 1787 July 21
Paine, Thomas to "Messieurs", 1787 May 24- 1787 July 21
Letter introducing Paine's "model of the construction of an American bridge." Enclosed is an "Extract from the Minutes of the Assembly of Pennsylvania, May 24, 1787. The 3-page AD is a "Committee" (favorable) report on Paine's bridge model.
"At a meeting held this day ..."
"At a meeting held this day ..."
Letter from Paine to the Society for Constitutional Information regarding Rights of Man and subsequent resolutions.
"Republican fellow-citizens ...".
"Republican fellow-citizens ...".
Discourse on American politics with quotes from Paine's American Crisis I., In pencil: "[Painiana], Re Alien Sedition Laws, [1799]"
"Reverend gentlemen ..."
"Reverend gentlemen ..."
Response to publications of the Scottish Association of the Friends of the People in the Edinburgh Gazetteer., 3 pages
"The Society for Constitutional Information, vigilant to prevent the dangerous influence of publications detrimental to civil and religious liberty ..."
"The Society for Constitutional Information, vigilant to prevent the dangerous influence of publications detrimental to civil and religious liberty ..."
The English Society for Constitutional Information's endorsement of Paine's Rights of Man, contrasted with Burke's Reflections on the Revolution in France., D. Adams, secretary to the Society
A List of His Majesty's regalia, besides plate and other rich things, at the Jewel House in the Tower of London.
A List of His Majesty's regalia, besides plate and other rich things, at the Jewel House in the Tower of London.
Advertisement listing items displayed to visitors of the Jewel House in the Tower of London.
A Serious caution to the poor.
A Serious caution to the poor.
Defense of English government and legislature.
A poem on infidelity
A poem on infidelity
Satirical poem attacking deism and Paine's Age of Reason.
Ackers, James to Thomas Paine, 1795 February 7
Ackers, James to Thomas Paine, 1795 February 7
About the House of Commons, "procuring and fabricating signatures on petitions," and the Bulls Head Party. General physical description: 4p.
American Theatrical Associates announces that America's controversial patriot comes alive in "Paine!"
American Theatrical Associates announces that America's controversial patriot comes alive in "Paine!"
Playbill for a theatrical production based on the life and work of Thomas Paine.