to TPF, Inc. Secretary,
or by telephone:
Thomas Paine Friends Store
To help our members and others celebrate your appreciation for the
principles and practical advice Paine left for us to consider, we
offer a few items for sale. All proceeds (less production and shipping
costs) add to the general operating revenue of Thomas Paine Friends,
This lapel button
with Thomas Paine's portrait is 2 inches in diameter. Paine's
portrait is in color, as is the wording, on a white background.
The button also has a safety fastener.
We are offering the button for a contribution of $2.00. Order
five buttons for only $8.00, or ten buttons for only $15.00 (note:
prices include postage costs).
Send your check or money order with your name and mailing address
to Thomas Paine Friends, Inc., 185 Middle Street, Amherst, MA
THOMAS PAINE'S OWN 1795 VERSION
OF HIS CLASSIC TREATISE
Rights of Man
Paine's Rights of Man,
the 1795 edition, has been edited by Sherwood V. Smith and David
Henley into a sixty-five page booklet. An original copy of this
edition is in the Gimbel Collection of Thomas Paine Works in
Philadelphia. However, since the publication in 1795 this edition
has has not appeared in any published works for sale -- until now.
Paine readers will want to own Paine's own version of his classic
work, as a companion to the original edition, published in 1791
A LIMITED NUMBER OF COPIES
REMAIN OF THE NEW COMPILATION OF PAPERS ON THOMAS PAINE
The proceedings of a colloquium
held at the United Nations in New York on December 10, 1987,
edited by Thomas Paine Friends member Joyce Chumbley and Leo
Zonneveld and published by Spokesman Books, is available for
purchase. Check here for
Information on this exciting new publication.
Friends has a limited number of the books available, for a
donation of $12. To take advantage of this special
opportunity, make your check to Thomas Paine Friends, Inc.,
and mail same at 185 Middle Street, Amherst, MA 01002-3011.
(Postage-paid to addresses in the U.S. Postage additional to
addresses outside the U.S.)"