The American Crisis (a series of tracts concerning the revolution in America)

by Thomas Paine

No. I. (December 23, 1776)

No. II. TO LORD HOWE. (Jan. 13, 1777)

No. III. (April 19, 1777)

No. IV. (Sept. 12, 1777)

No. V. TO GENERAL SIR WILLIAM HOWE.

No. VI. TO THE EARL OF CARLISLE, GENERAL CLINTON, AND WILLIAM EDEN, ESQ., BRITISH COMMISSIONERS AT NEW YORK. (Oct. 20, 1778)

TO THE INHABITANTS OF AMERICA. (March 21, 1778)

No. VII. TO THE PEOPLE OF ENGLAND. (Nov. 21, 1778)

No. VIII. ADDRESS TO THE PEOPLE OF ENGLAND. (March, 1780)

No. IX. (June 9, 1780)

THE CRISIS EXTRAORDINARY ON THE SUBJECT OF TAXATION. (Oct. 4, 1780)

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 (March 5, 1782)

No. XI. ON THE PRESENT STATE OF NEWS. (May 22, 1782)

No. XII. TO THE EARL OF SHELBURNE. (Oct. 29, 1782)

A SUPERNUMERARY CRISIS. TO SIR GUY CARLETON. (May 31, 1782)

No. XIII. THOUGHTS ON THE PEACE, AND THE PROBABLE ADVANTAGES THEREOF. (April 19, 1783)

A SUPERNUMERARY CRISIS. TO THE PEOPLE OF AMERICA. (December 9, 1783)