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1891

X. Y. Z., [pseud.]. The Vril Staff. London: David Stott, 1891.

1888

Spotswood, Christopher ed. [written by](1813/14-90). The Voyage of Will Rogers to the South Pole. Lauceston, TAS, Australia: Ptd. at the "Examiner" and "Tasmanian" Office, 1888.

1875

Davies, R[obert] Rice. “The Visit of Elidorus to the Fairy Kingdom Beneath the Bay” In The Cambrian Sketch-Book. Tales, Scenes, and Legends of Wild Wales . London/Swansea, Wales: Simpkin, Marshall/The Cambrian Welsh and English Book Publishing Co., 1875.

1873

[Thomas], [Bertha]. "A Vision of Communism. A Grotesque" In Cornhill's Magazine . Vol. 28 ., 1873.

1852

Steelnib, Jocundus [pseud.]. "A Visit to the Moon" In Freaks of Imagination; or, A Batch of Original Tales, Chiefly Facetious. London: W. Kent and Co. & Dawsons & Sons, 1852.

1848

[Kent], [Edward](1802-77). "A Vision of Bangor, in the Twentieth Century" In Voices from the Kenduskeag. Bangor, ME: David Bugbee, 1848.

1843

[Campbell], [John Logan](1817-1912). "The Vision: A Fragment" In Southern Cross, New Zealand Guardian, Auckland, Thames, and Bay of Plenty Advertizer. Vol. 1.33 ., 1843.

1808

Lunatic, Nicholas F.R.S. [pseud.]. "A Voyage to the Moon" In Satiric Tales: Consisting of A Voyage to the Moon; All the Tailors; or, the Old Cloak; and the Fat Witch of London. London: Ptd. for J. Dean for George Hughes and H.D. Symonds, 1808.

1799

Walker, George(1772-1847). The Vagabond. A Novel. Vol. 2 Vols. London: Ptd. for G. Walker, 1799.

1796

Gale, John. "On the Vicissitudes of States and Kingdoms" In Gale’s Cabinet of Knowledge; or, Miscellaneous Recreations. Containing Moral and Philosophical Essays, Propositions, Natural and Metaphysical Maxims, And Observations on Select Subjects of general Utility. With a Series of Easy, Entertaining and Interesting, Mechanical, Magnetical, & Magical Experiments. Including the Most Celebrated Card Deceptions Ever Exhibited. Together With About Seven Hundred Serious, Comical, and Humorous Queries, Paradoxes, &c. &c. With Pertinent and Ingenious Answers. Being the Essence taken from The Lady’s, Gentlemen’s, & Carnan’s Diaries--Martin’s Philosophical Magazines--Ozanam & Hooper’s Recreations, &c. &c. (Illustrated with Copper-plate Engravings). To Which Are Added A Great Number of Originals. Likewise, An Appendix; Containing Various Propositions Tending to Prove Light and Heat Two Distinct Beings. With some curious Definitions in Optics. London: Ptd. for the Proprietors by W. Kemmish, 1796.

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