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Histoire de l'origine & du progres des revenus ecclesiastiques . par Jerome a Costa.

Simon, Richard.

Published by Chez Frederic Arnaud [& Londres: Chez Jean de Beaulieu], Francfort, 1684
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First edition of this pseudonymously published work on the history of Church finances, written by a controversial French Oratorian priest much attacked for his published arguments that Moses had not written the whole of the Pentateuch. Simon, an accomplished Hebrew scholar, was later lauded by the New Catholic Encyclopedia as the ?father of Biblical criticism." Provenance: Signature on title-page of Howard Osgood, a prominent late 19th- and early 20th-century Hebrew scholar and noted collector. 12mo (15.5 cm, 6.1"). [4], 346, [10 (index)] pp. Goldsmiths'-Kress 2558; Wing (rev. ed.) S3801B; ESTC R219629 . Contemporary speckled calf, spine gilt extra with gilt-stamped leather title-label, board edges stamped with gilt roll; corners and spine extremities worn, front joint cracked and back joint starting, sewing holding. Front pastedown with small French bookseller's ticket and early inked numeral. Title-page with small early inked owner's name and with institutional pressure stamp, reverse with pencilled numerals. Pages clean. Bookseller Inventory # 19511

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Title: Histoire de l'origine & du progres des ...

Publisher: Chez Frederic Arnaud [& Londres: Chez Jean de Beaulieu], Francfort

Publication Date: 1684

Edition: 1st Edition

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