Lewis Page Mercier

Reverend Lewis Page Mercier (9 January 1820 – 2 November 1875) is known today as the translator, along with Eleanor Elizabeth King, of three of the best-known novels of Jules Verne: ''Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Seas'', ''From the Earth to the Moon'', and ''Around the Moon''. To avoid a conflict of interest with his position as chaplain, Mercier wrote under the pen names of Louis Mercier, MA (Oxon) and Mercier Lewis. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Mercier , Louis
Published ca1960
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by Mercier , Louis
Published 1957
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by Mercier , Louis
Published [1950]
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by Mercier , Louis
Published 1960
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by Mercier , Louis
Published 1970
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by Mercier , Louis
Published 1967
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by Mercier , Louis
Published 1968
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by Mercier , Louis
Published 1974
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by Mercier , Louis
Published 1975
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by Mercier , Louis
Published 1969
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by Mercier , Louis
Published 1961
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by Mercier , Louis
Published 1978
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by Mercier , Louis
Published 1970
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by Mercier , Louis
Published 1978
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by Mercier , Louis
Published 1978
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by Mercier , Louis
Published 1978
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by Mercier , Louis
Published 1979
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by Mercier , Louis
Published ca1956
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by Mercier , Louis
Published 1976
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by Mercier , Louis
Published 1981
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