Letters of Certain Jews to Monsieur de Voltaire, 2 volumes [translation of: Lettres de Quelques Juifs Portugais, Allemands et Polonais, à M. de Voltaire]. Antoine Guenée, trans Philip Lefanu, re: Voltaire.
Letters of Certain Jews to Monsieur de Voltaire, 2 volumes [translation of: Lettres de Quelques Juifs Portugais, Allemands et Polonais, à M. de Voltaire]
Letters of Certain Jews to Monsieur de Voltaire, 2 volumes [translation of: Lettres de Quelques Juifs Portugais, Allemands et Polonais, à M. de Voltaire]
Letters of Certain Jews to Monsieur de Voltaire, 2 volumes [translation of: Lettres de Quelques Juifs Portugais, Allemands et Polonais, à M. de Voltaire]
Letters of Certain Jews to Monsieur de Voltaire, 2 volumes [translation of: Lettres de Quelques Juifs Portugais, Allemands et Polonais, à M. de Voltaire]
Letters of Certain Jews to Monsieur de Voltaire, 2 volumes [translation of: Lettres de Quelques Juifs Portugais, Allemands et Polonais, à M. de Voltaire]
Letters of Certain Jews to Monsieur de Voltaire, 2 volumes [translation of: Lettres de Quelques Juifs Portugais, Allemands et Polonais, à M. de Voltaire]
Letters of Certain Jews to Monsieur de Voltaire, 2 volumes [translation of: Lettres de Quelques Juifs Portugais, Allemands et Polonais, à M. de Voltaire]
Letters of Certain Jews to Monsieur de Voltaire, 2 volumes [translation of: Lettres de Quelques Juifs Portugais, Allemands et Polonais, à M. de Voltaire]

Letters of Certain Jews to Monsieur de Voltaire, 2 volumes [translation of: Lettres de Quelques Juifs Portugais, Allemands et Polonais, à M. de Voltaire]

Dublin: William Watson, 1777. First English language edition. Hardcover. 2 volumes, 8vo (9 x 5.5 inches), original cloth backed drab buff boards, about very good, some rubbing and wear to boards, first volume has had some cloth restoration to spine; original handwritten spine labels chipped and worn, contents very good, uncut, with some tanning, especially to top edge of pages, occaisonal spots and soil, small chip to title page of the first volume. 445 & 428 pp. Lefanu, the grand-uncle of Joseph Sheridan Lefanu, the author of supernatural tales, came by his facility of French through his French family, ancestrally Huguenots who fled to Ireland from Caen in Normandy at the revocation of the Edict of Nantes. Antoine Guenée (1717-1803) was more a Christian apologist than a defender of the Jews, although he exposes Voltaire's anti-semitism pretty thoroughly in these volumes. Very Good. Item #H16682

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