The American Crisis, by Thomas Paine

Table of Contents

The Crisis No. I.

The Crisis No. II.

To Lord Howe.

The Crisis No. III.

The Crisis No. IV.

The Crisis No. V.

To General Sir William Howe.
To the Inhabitants of America.

The Crisis No. VI.

To the Earl of Carlisle, General Clinton, and William Eden, Esq., British Commissioners at New York.

The Crisis No. VII.

To the People of England.

The Crisis No. VIII.

Address to the People of England.

The Crisis No. IX.

The Crisis Extraordinary
On the Subject of Taxation.

The Crisis No. X.

On the King of England’s Speech.
To the People of America:
On the expenses, arrangements and disbursements for carrying on the war, and finishing it with honor and advantage

The Crisis No. XI.

On the Present State of News.
A Supernumerary Crisis
To Sir Guy Carleton.

The Crisis No. XII.

To the Earl of Shelburne.

The Crisis No. XIII.

Thoughts on the Peace, and the Probable Advantages Thereof.

A Supernumerary Crisis

To the People of America.

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