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M. de Fontenelle

Fontenelle’s dialogues of the dead, in three parts. I. Dialogues of the antients. II. The antients with the moderns. III. The moderns. Translated from the French by the late John Hughes, Esq; with a reply to some remarks in a critique, call’d The judgment of Pluto, &c. And two original dialogues.

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Dublin: Printed by R. Reilly, on Cork-Hill, for George Risk, at the Shakespear’s Head George Ewing, at the Angel and Bible: and William Smith, at the Hercules, Booksellers in Dame’s-Street., 1735.
Fontenelle’s dialogues of the dead, in three parts. I. Dialogues of the antients. II. The antients with the moderns. III. The moderns. Translated from the French by the late John Hughes, Esq; with a reply to some remarks in a critique, call’d The judgment of Pluto, &c. And two original dialogues. Library Average
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Robert Watts4/25/18015/2/1801Fountainels Dialogues
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