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Wesley, John

Record IDcnp01319922
URIhttp://thesaurus.cerl.org/record/cnp01319922
Biographical Data1703 - 1791
Place of BirthEpworth, GB
Place of DeathLondres
Last Edit2016-05-20

General Note

Théologien. - Co-fondateur de l'Église méthodiste avec son frère Charles Wesley (1707-1788). - A traduit l'"Imitatio Christi" en anglais ainsi que de nombreuses hymnes. - Auteur d'ouvrages sur les hymnes anglicans

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Further Biographical Data17.05.1703-02.03.1791
1703-1791
Intellectual ResponsibilityAuteur
Primary Language(s)English
Translator ofGerman, Latin
NationalityUnited Kingdom
Place of BirthEpworth, GB (1703)
Place of DeathLondres (1791)

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Place of BirthEpworth, GB (1703)
Lieu de naissance
Place of DeathLondres (1791)
Lieu de mort

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Names

HeadingWesley, John
used in: Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris
Variant NameWesley, Jean
PseudonymLover of mankind, and of common sense, A
Pseudonyme

Sources

Found inBN Cat. gén. : Wesley (Rev. John Benjamin). — DNB. — Encycl. britannica, 15 ed.. — Dictionnaire universel des traducteurs / Henri Van Hoof, 1993. — Grove. — GDEL. — The works of John Wesley, 1975. — The desideratum or Electricity made plain and useful / by a lover of mankind, and of common sense, 1771

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