Andrew Le Mercier

Andrew Le Mercier (1692-1764) was French-born Protestant Huguenot leader in Boston in the 18th Century and author.

Le Mercier was born in Normandy, France in 1692, completing clerical studies in Geneva at the then Geneva Academy in 1715 and arrived in Boston (then in the English colony of Province of Massachusetts Bay) in 1716 recruited by André Faneuil as pastor of the Boston French Church (now 24 School Street) and remained there until 1741 when the church closed.

Le Mercier was a respected leader amongst the small Huguenot community that existed in New England for almost three decades. Provided by Wikipedia

by Le Mercier, Andrew
Published 1747
Printed by Rogers and Fowle, for D. Gookin, in Marlborough-Street, near the Old South Meeting-House

by Le Mercier, Andrew
Published 1733
And sold by Daniel Henchman