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The Resource Superstition in all ages, by Jean Meslier, a Roman Catholic priest, who after a pastoral service of thirty years at Etrepigny and But in Champagne, France, wholly abjured religious dogmas, and left as his last will and testament to his pashioners, and to the world, to be published after his death, the following pages, entitled Common sense ; translated from the French original by Anna Knoop, (microform)

Superstition in all ages, by Jean Meslier, a Roman Catholic priest, who after a pastoral service of thirty years at Etrepigny and But in Champagne, France, wholly abjured religious dogmas, and left as his last will and testament to his pashioners, and to the world, to be published after his death, the following pages, entitled Common sense ; translated from the French original by Anna Knoop, (microform)

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Superstition in all ages
Title
Superstition in all ages
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by Jean Meslier, a Roman Catholic priest, who after a pastoral service of thirty years at Etrepigny and But in Champagne, France, wholly abjured religious dogmas, and left as his last will and testament to his pashioners, and to the world, to be published after his death, the following pages, entitled Common sense ; translated from the French original by Anna Knoop
Title variation
Common sense
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
  • eng
  • fre
  • eng
Cataloging source
ATL
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1723-1789
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Holbach, Paul Henri Thiry
Illustrations
portraits
Index
no index present
LC call number
BL2773
LC item number
.H6313 1890
Literary form
non fiction
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  • 1664-1729
  • -1889
  • 1694-1778
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  • Meslier, Jean
  • Knoop, Anna
  • Voltaire
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  • Meslier, Jean
  • Voltaire
  • Catholic Church
  • Christianity
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Superstition in all ages, by Jean Meslier, a Roman Catholic priest, who after a pastoral service of thirty years at Etrepigny and But in Champagne, France, wholly abjured religious dogmas, and left as his last will and testament to his pashioners, and to the world, to be published after his death, the following pages, entitled Common sense ; translated from the French original by Anna Knoop, (microform)
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Publication
Note
  • Translation of: Le bon sens du cure J. Meslier suivi de son testament
  • The 1830 text, of which this is a translation, is the same as Holbach's Le bon sens ou idées naturelles opposées aux idées surnaturelles, published in 1772; Meslier's Testament also is closely attached to Holbach (see Nouvell biographie générale, v. 35-36); the Testament was first published by Voltaire; another edition Bon sens was published in 1791 under the pseudonym, Meslier. The Bon sens and the Testament were later published as one work, Catéchisme du Curé Meslier. (See Allgemeine deutsche biographie, Grand Larousse, Barbier's Dictionnaire des ouvrages anonymes, Gran dictionnaire universel (Larousse), and Querard's Supercheries litteraires dévoilées)
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safety base undetermined
Color
black and white
Contents
Common sense -- Abstract of the Testament of Jean Meslier / by Voltaire
Control code
000101355
Dimensions
20 cm.
Dimensions
  • 4x6 in. or 11x15 cm.
  • 35mm.
Emulsion on film
silver halide
Extent
vi, 339 p.
Form of item
microfiche
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  • service copy
  • first generation master
Isbn
9780837036236
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(microfiche)
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port.
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  • positive
  • negative
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  • 04
  • --
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  • high reduction
  • normal reduction
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Microfiche.
Specific material designation
  • microfiche
  • microfilm reel
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 000101355
  • (OCoLC)17493811
Label
Superstition in all ages, by Jean Meslier, a Roman Catholic priest, who after a pastoral service of thirty years at Etrepigny and But in Champagne, France, wholly abjured religious dogmas, and left as his last will and testament to his pashioners, and to the world, to be published after his death, the following pages, entitled Common sense ; translated from the French original by Anna Knoop, (microform)
Publication
Note
  • Translation of: Le bon sens du cure J. Meslier suivi de son testament
  • The 1830 text, of which this is a translation, is the same as Holbach's Le bon sens ou idées naturelles opposées aux idées surnaturelles, published in 1772; Meslier's Testament also is closely attached to Holbach (see Nouvell biographie générale, v. 35-36); the Testament was first published by Voltaire; another edition Bon sens was published in 1791 under the pseudonym, Meslier. The Bon sens and the Testament were later published as one work, Catéchisme du Curé Meslier. (See Allgemeine deutsche biographie, Grand Larousse, Barbier's Dictionnaire des ouvrages anonymes, Gran dictionnaire universel (Larousse), and Querard's Supercheries litteraires dévoilées)
Base of film
safety base undetermined
Color
black and white
Contents
Common sense -- Abstract of the Testament of Jean Meslier / by Voltaire
Control code
000101355
Dimensions
20 cm.
Dimensions
  • 4x6 in. or 11x15 cm.
  • 35mm.
Emulsion on film
silver halide
Extent
vi, 339 p.
Form of item
microfiche
Generation
  • service copy
  • first generation master
Isbn
9780837036236
Isbn Type
(microfiche)
Other physical details
port.
Positive negative aspect
  • positive
  • negative
http://bibfra.me/vocab/marc/reductionRatio
  • 04
  • --
ReductionRatioRange
  • high reduction
  • normal reduction
Reproduction note
Microfiche.
Specific material designation
  • microfiche
  • microfilm reel
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 000101355
  • (OCoLC)17493811

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