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WHEN Thomas Paine sailed from America for France, in April, 1787, he was perhaps as happy a man as any in the world. His most intimate friend, Jefferson, was Minister at Paris, and his friend Lafayette was the idol of France. His fame had preceded him, and he at once became, in Paris, the centre of the same circle of savants and philosophers that had surrounded Franklin. His main reason for proceeding at once to Paris was that he might submit to the Academy of Sciences his invention of an iron bridge, and with its favorable verdict he came to England, in September.

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subject_facet Burke, Edmund, -- 1729-1797. -- Reflections on the Revolution in France
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France -- History -- Revolution, 1789-1799 -- Causes
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title_display The rights of man
title_full Rights of man / by Thomas Paine ; with a biographical introduction by Philip S. Foner
Rights of man / by Thomas Paine ; with an introduction by Eric Foner ; notes by Henry Collins
Rights of man [electronic resource] / Thomas Paine
The Rights of Man
The rights of man / by Thomas Paine ; introd. by George Jacob Holyoake
The rights of man [electronic resource] / Thomas Paine
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Causes
Classic Literature
Fiction
History
Politics and government