Thomas Paine

January 29, 1737, Thetford, Norfolk, England — June 8, 1809, New York, N.Y., U.S.A.

Life and Writings of Thomas Paine. Edited and annotated by Daniel Edwin Wheeler

(contributed by Gary Edwards)

Volume One: (ZIP)

Volume Two: (Zip)

Common Sense

Miscellaneous Essays

Volume Three: (zip)

Volume Four: (zip)

Volume Five: (zip)

Rights of Man, Part Second

Miscellaneous Essays

Volume Six (zip)

Age of Reason: Being an Investigation of True and Fabulous Theology In Two Parts

Volume Seven (zip)

Age of Reason: Miscellaneous Essays for Third and Fourth Parts

- Remarks on R. Hall’s Sermon
- Of the Word “Religion”
- Of Cain and Abel
- The Tower of Babel
- Of the Religion of Deism
- To the Missionary Society
- Of the Sabbath Day in Connecticut
- Of the Old and New Testament
- Hints on Inquiring Into Religious History
- To Bishop Moore
- To John Mason
- On Deism
- Of the Books of the New Testament
- Biblical Blasphemy
- Biblical Anachronism
- Religious Intelligence
- Remarks

- Preface
- An Essay on Dream
- Examination of the Books of Mathew, Mark, Luke and John
- Appendix
- Contradictory Doctrines Between Mathew and Mark.

Volume 8 (zip)

Essays, Letters and Addresses

Volume 9 (zip)

Essays, Letters and Addresses

Volume 10 (zip)

Essays, Letters and Poems.