THE THEOLOGICAL WORKS of Thomas Paine.
London: Printed and Published by R. Carlisle, 62, Fleet Street, 1827. Comprising: THE AGE OF REASON, Part the First, being an investigation of True and Fabulous Theology. 1826. 52 pages. THE AGE OF REASON, Part the Second…. 1826. 90 pages. AN EXAMINATION, of the passages in The New Testament quoted from the old and called prophecies concerning Jesus Christ… 1826. 59 pages. A LETTER to the HON, THOMAS ERSKINE, on the prosecution of Thomas Williams for publishing the Age of Reason, Part II. 1826. 29 pages. A DISCOURSE delivered to the Society of Theophilanthropists, at Paris. 1826. 10 pages. AN ESSAY OF THE ORIGIN OF FREE MASONRY. 1826. 14 pages. A LETTER TO CAMILLE JORDAN, of the Council of Five Hundred. Occasioned by his report of The Priests, The Worship, and the Bells. 1826. 10 pages. APPENDIX TO THE THEOLOGICAL WORKS OF THOAMS PAINE. 1827. 64 pages. Miscellaneous Poems. By Thomas Paine. 1819. 24 pages. Bound in contemporary full calf, recently re-backed to match. Interestingly, there are only seven texts listed on the Contents page; omitting the Appendix to the Theological Works, and Paine’s Miscellaneous Poems, so it is reasonable to conclude that these are additional items. The is a small paper repair in the blank margin of the Contents page; else a very good clean copy.