Superstition in all ages; a dying confession by Jean Meslier, a Roman Catholic priest, who at his death left as his "Last will and testament" this now famous manuscript as contained herein, entitled Common sense. He was "A Rigid Partisan of Justice." A famous Catholic Priest who, after serving one score and ten years, as a Curate of Etrepigny in Champagne, France, renounced, repudiated and completely abjured Catholicism, Romanism, Theology, Religious Dogmas, the errors, the superstitions, the abuses, the follies, and the spurious teachings of the Christian Church, left this famous manuscript as his "Last Will and Testament," requesting while dying that it be published after his death, given to the world and his parishioners. Translated from the French original by Miss Anna Knoop. Reproduction of the 1910 Edition.