Author:Lewis Page Mercier

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Lewis Page Mercier
English clergyman and translator; wrote under the pen names of Louis Mercier, MA (Oxon) and Mercier Lewis


  • A Manual of Greek Prosody (1843)
  • Selections from Æsop, Xenophon, and Anacreon, for the use of junior forms in schools (1851)
  • The Present European Crisis viewed in its relation to Prophecy; a sermon [on Rev. xxii. 10], etc. (1853)
  • The Principles of Christian Charity derived from the example of our Saviour and His Apostles (1855)
  • Considerations respecting a future state, an essay (1858)
  • The Christian and the Harvest. A sermon [on Matt. iv. 4], etc. (1860)
  • The Mystery of God’s Providence. A sermon [on Eccl. vii. 15] preached ... Dec. 22, 1861, on the occasion of the death of H.R.H. the Prince Consort (1861)
  • The Eucharistic Feast. A brief historical inquiry into the true nature of the Lord’s Supper (1868)
  • Outlines of the life of the Lord Jesus Christ: with critical and expository notes, and an emendation of the common chronologies (1871)
  • The British Museum. An impartial statement, in answer to a pamphlet by Stephan Poles entitled "The Actual Condition of the British Museum" (1875)


Works by this author published before January 1, 1926 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.