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The Resource An antidote for Tom Paine's theological and political poison: : containing 1. Tom's life, interspersed with remarks and reflections by P. Porcupine. 2. An apology for the Bible, in a series of letters addressed to Paine by the Bishop of Landaff. 3. An apology for Christianity, by the same learned, elegant writer. 4. An answer to Paine's anarchical nonsense, commonly called, the Rights of man

An antidote for Tom Paine's theological and political poison: : containing 1. Tom's life, interspersed with remarks and reflections by P. Porcupine. 2. An apology for the Bible, in a series of letters addressed to Paine by the Bishop of Landaff. 3. An apology for Christianity, by the same learned, elegant writer. 4. An answer to Paine's anarchical nonsense, commonly called, the Rights of man

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An antidote for Tom Paine's theological and political poison: : containing 1. Tom's life, interspersed with remarks and reflections by P. Porcupine. 2. An apology for the Bible, in a series of letters addressed to Paine by the Bishop of Landaff. 3. An apology for Christianity, by the same learned, elegant writer. 4. An answer to Paine's anarchical nonsense, commonly called, the Rights of man
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An antidote for Tom Paine's theological and political poison:
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containing 1. Tom's life, interspersed with remarks and reflections by P. Porcupine. 2. An apology for the Bible, in a series of letters addressed to Paine by the Bishop of Landaff. 3. An apology for Christianity, by the same learned, elegant writer. 4. An answer to Paine's anarchical nonsense, commonly called, the Rights of man
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  • 30204
  • 20b
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  • Evans
  • Gaines, P.W. Cobbett
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An antidote for Tom Paine's theological and political poison: : containing 1. Tom's life, interspersed with remarks and reflections by P. Porcupine. 2. An apology for the Bible, in a series of letters addressed to Paine by the Bishop of Landaff. 3. An apology for Christianity, by the same learned, elegant writer. 4. An answer to Paine's anarchical nonsense, commonly called, the Rights of man
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  • Caption title: The political censor, for September, 1796
  • The title page not withstanding, the contents are identical with those of William Cobbett's Political censor for September, 1796. The two essays by the Bishop of Landaff and the answer to Paine's Rights of man are not included
  • "The history of Jacobinism will be published in the course of the next month, after which, the Political censor will be continued monthly, without interruption."--p. 79. Beginning with the November issue, title changed to Porcupine's political censor
  • Signatures: [A]4 B-K4
  • "Life of Thomas Paine, interspersed with remarks and reflections."--p. [3]-49. Consisting largely of excerpts from the scurrilous life of Paine by Frances Oldys (i.e., George Chalmers)
  • "Remarks on the pamphlets lately published against Peter Porcupine."--p. [51]-79
  • Publisher's advertisement, p. [80]
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  • (OCoLC)ocn368836253
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An antidote for Tom Paine's theological and political poison: : containing 1. Tom's life, interspersed with remarks and reflections by P. Porcupine. 2. An apology for the Bible, in a series of letters addressed to Paine by the Bishop of Landaff. 3. An apology for Christianity, by the same learned, elegant writer. 4. An answer to Paine's anarchical nonsense, commonly called, the Rights of man
Publication
Note
  • Caption title: The political censor, for September, 1796
  • The title page not withstanding, the contents are identical with those of William Cobbett's Political censor for September, 1796. The two essays by the Bishop of Landaff and the answer to Paine's Rights of man are not included
  • "The history of Jacobinism will be published in the course of the next month, after which, the Political censor will be continued monthly, without interruption."--p. 79. Beginning with the November issue, title changed to Porcupine's political censor
  • Signatures: [A]4 B-K4
  • "Life of Thomas Paine, interspersed with remarks and reflections."--p. [3]-49. Consisting largely of excerpts from the scurrilous life of Paine by Frances Oldys (i.e., George Chalmers)
  • "Remarks on the pamphlets lately published against Peter Porcupine."--p. [51]-79
  • Publisher's advertisement, p. [80]
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safety base undetermined
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microfiche
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
(8 vo)
Dimensions
4x6 in. or 11x15 cm.
Emulsion on film
diazo
Extent
79, [1] p. :
Form of item
microfiche
Generation
service copy
Media category
microform
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Positive negative aspect
negative
http://bibfra.me/vocab/marc/reductionRatio
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normal reduction
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Microfiche.
Specific material designation
microfiche
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocm99009189
  • (OCoLC)ocn368836253

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