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

Taxes : A just and accurate state of the taxes on soap, candles, leather and salt, which affect the working people of Scotland.
Taxes : A just and accurate state of the taxes on soap, candles, leather and salt, which affect the working people of Scotland.
Describes taxes on certain goods in Scotland and mentions "the pretended friends of the people".
The American Antiquarian Society
The American Antiquarian Society
American Antiquarian Society membership certificate for Richard Gimbel .
The News-boy's address to the readers of the Republican Spy.
The News-boy's address to the readers of the Republican Spy.
Verse critique of Federalist abuse, primarily related to the September 1806 trial of Andrew Wright, the printer of the Republican Spy, convicted of criminal libels against Governor Caleb Strong.
The Pot-shop, a fable, versified.
The Pot-shop, a fable, versified.
A fable in verse likening British radical reformers to French Revolutionaries. The characters are various types of ceramic ware, Paine is an "ill condition'd jug", and their symbolism is interpreted below.
The dreadful earthquake and the fatal spotted fever. A funeral sermon and a funeral Psalm
The dreadful earthquake and the fatal spotted fever. A funeral sermon and a funeral Psalm
Among his insights in this document, Jonathan Plummer claims that a "vile book" written by "the infamous drunkard" Thomas Paine insulted God and was therefore responsible for outbreaks of fever in Philadelphia and an earthquake in South America., Paine 73 P73d. Oversized box 2.
The following letters, written by a member of one of the societies, called "Friends of the People" in Edinburgh ...
The following letters, written by a member of one of the societies, called "Friends of the People" in Edinburgh ...
Letters reporting on the November 1792 activities of the Edinburgh Society of the Friends of the People and an extract from a 1792 speech by Parisian mayor Petion regarding the September Massacres.
The last dying speech and confession of Tom Paine.
The last dying speech and confession of Tom Paine.
Parodic confession from Paine's point of view, primarily regarding his writings and role in the American and French revolutions.
Thomas Paine to Skipwith, 1801 September 29
Thomas Paine to Skipwith, 1801 September 29
Congratulations and cautionary advice on Skipwith's commission.
Thorburn, Grant AM, n.d.
Thorburn, Grant AM, n.d.
"New York. Sixty one years ago..." General physical description: 2p.
Thorburn, Grant AM, n.d.
Thorburn, Grant AM, n.d.
"Anecdote of Thomas Paine" General physical description: 4p.