Thomas Paine
American Crisis
1780-83

* Chapter I - The American Crisis : December 23, 1776
* Chapter II - To Lord Howe : Philadelphia, Jan. 13, 1777
* Chapter III - To the honorable the Council of Safety of the State of Pennsylvania : Philadelphia, April 19, 1777
* Chapter IIIb - To the honorable the Council of Safety of the State of Pennsylvania : Philadelphia, April 19, 1777
* Chapter IV - Philadelphia, Sept. 12, 1777
* Chapter V - To General Sir William Howe
* Chapter Vb - To The Inhabitants Of America: Lancaster, March 21, 1778
* Chapter VI - To the Earl of Carlisle, General Clinton, and William Eden, Esq., British Commissioners at New York: Philadelphia, Oct. 20, 1778
* Chapter VII - To the People of England
* Chapter VIII - Address to the People of England: Philadelphia, March, 1780
* Chapter IX : Philadelphia, June 9, 1780
* Chapter IXb - The Crisis Extraordinary. On the Subject of Taxation.
* Chapter X - On the King of England's Speech
* Chapter Xb - To the People of America. On the expenses, arrangements and disbursements for carrying on the war, and finishing it with honor and advantage: Philadelphia, March 5, 1782
* Chapter XI - On the present State of News: Philadelphia, May 22, 1782
* Chapter XIb - A Supernumerary Crisis. To Sir Guy Carleton: Philadelphia, May 31, 1782
* Chapter XII - To the Earl of Shelburne:Philadelphia, Oct. 29, 1782
* Chapter XIII - Thoughts on the Peace, and the probable Advantages thereof
* Chapter XIIIb - A Supernumerary Crisis. To the People of America: New York, December 9, 1783

 

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