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History of the misfortunes of John Calas, a victim to fanaticism

History of the misfortunes of John Calas, a victim to fanaticism

To which is added a letter from M. Calas to his wife and children

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Published by printed by P. Williamson in Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Calas, Jean, -- 1698-1762.

  • Edition Notes

    By Adrien Michel Hyacinthe Blin de Sainmore.

    Other titlesA victim to fanaticism., Letter from M. Calas to his wife and children.
    StatementWritten by M. de Voltaire (i.e. by A. M. H. Blin de Sainmore).
    ContributionsBlin de Sainmore, Adrien Michel Hyacinthe, 1733-1807.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix,48p. ;
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17217732M

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To which is added A letter from M. Calas to his wife and children ; written by M. de Voltaire. A History of the Misfortunes of Jean Calas: Publication Title: The history of the misfortunes of John Calas, a victim to fanaticism: to which is added A letter from M. Calas to his wife and children: Creator: Voltaire: Publication Date: Call Number: E 5.C Location: General Collection 2nd Floor.

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