Titles by Huber, Marie in CHICAGO format
There are 7 titles associated with this person.
Huber, Marie. Lettres sur la religion essentielle à l'homme, distinguée de ce qui n'en est que l'accessoire. Nouvelle edition revuë & corrigée, London: s.n., 1756.
Huber, Marie. Le sisteme des anciens et des modernes, Concilié par l'exposition des sentimens différens de quelques théologiens, sur l'etat des ames separées des corps. En quatorze lettres. Nouvelle edition augmentée par des notes & quelques pieces nouvelles. Premiere partie. London: s.n., 1757.
Huber, Marie. Letters concerning the religion essential to man: as it is distinct from what is merely an accession to it. In two parts. Translated from the French. Glasgow: Robert Urie, 1761.
Huber, Marie. The world unmask'd; or, the philosopher the greatest cheat; in twenty-four dialogues. A new edition. Translated from the French. London: 1786.
Huber, Marie. The world unmask'd; or, The philosopher the greatest cheat. In twenty-four dialogues. A new edition. Translated from the French. Philadelphia: Thomas Dobson [Stone House], 1806.
Huber, Marie. The state of souls, separated from their bodies: being an epistolary treatise, wherein it is proved, by a variety of arguments deduced from the Holy Scriptures, the punishments of the wicked will not be endless; and all objections against it solved. To which is prefixed, a large introduction, evincing the same truth, from the principles of natural religion. Translated from the French. First American, from the second London editing, with additional notes, by Nathaniel Stacy. Cooperstown: 1817.
Richardson, Samuel, Marie Huber, and David Hartley. The Doctrine of eternal hell torments overthrown. In three parts. 1. Of the torments of Hell, the foundation and pillars thereof, searched, discovered, shaken and removed, etc. 2. An article from the Harleian miscellany on Universalism. 3. Dr. Hartley's defence of Universalism. Boston: 1833.