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[Fayette], [John B.](1850?-1927). Voices from Many Hill Tops, Echoes from Many Valleys, or the Experiences of Spirits Eon and Eona, In Earth Life and Spirit Spheres, In Ages Past, In the Long, Long Ago, And their Many Incarnations in Earth Life, And On Other Worlds, Given Through the Sun Angels' Order of Light. Springfield, MA: Press Springfield Printing Company, 1886.
[Fawkes], [Frank Attfield]. Marmaduke, Emperor of Europe. Being a Record of Some Strange Adventures in the Remarkable Career of a Political and Social Reformer Who Was Famous at the Commencement of the Twentieth Century. Chelmsford, Eng./London: Edmund Durrant/Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent, 1895.
[Fairfield], [Charles]. The Socialist Revolution of 1888. London: Harrison and Sons, 1884.
[Fairburn], [Edwin](1827-1911). The Ships of Tarshish: A Sequel to Sue's "The Wandering Jew". London: Hall & Co, 1867.
[Fairburn], [Edwin](1827-1911). "A Little of the Future of the North of Auckland" In Prologue Written in 1884. Auckland, New Zealand: H. Brett, General Steam Print, 1884.
[Evans], [Thomas](b. 1763). Address of the Society of Spencean Philanthropists To All Mankind On the Means of Promoting Liberty and Happiness. London: Ptd. by order of the Society, 1817.
[Evans], [Ambrose]. The Adventures, and Surprizing Deliverances, of James Dubourdieu, and His Wife: Who were taken by Pyrates, and carried to the Uninhabited-Part of the Isle of Paradise. Containing A Description of that Country, its Laws, Religion and Customs: Of Their being at last releas'd; and how they came to Paris, where they are still living. Also, The Adventures of Alexander Vendchurch, Whose Ship's Crew Rebelled against him, and set him on Shore of an Island in the South-Sea, where he liv'd five Years, five Months, and seven Days; and was at last providentially releas'd by a Jamaica Ship. Written by Himself. London: Ptd. by J. Bettenham; C. Rivington; J. Brotherton and W. Meadows; A. Dodd; and W. Charwood, 1719.
[Evans], [Thomas](b. 1763). Christian Policy in Full Practice Among the People of Harmony, A Town in the State of Pennsylvania, North America; As Described in Melish's Travels through the United States, and Birkbeck's Notes on a Journey in America. To Which are subjoined, a Concise view of the Spencean System of Agrarian Fellowship, and some Observations on the manifest Similarity between the Principles of that System and of the truly Fraternal and Christianly Establishment of the Harmonists. London: Hay and Turner, 1818.
[Etzler], [John Adolphus](1791?-1846?). Dialogue on Etzler's Paradise Between Messrs. Clear, Flat, Dunce, and Grudge. By The Author of "Paradise within Reach of All Men, without Labour, by Powers of Nature and Machinery".-- Mechanical System, To Perform the Labours of Man and Beast by Inanimate Powers."--and the Invention of the Naval Automaton, Etc., Etc.. London: James B. O'Brien, 1843.
[Erskine], [Thomas](1750-1823). The Second Part of Armata. London: John Murray, 1817.
[Erskine], [Thomas](1750-1823). Armata, A Fragment. London: John Murray, 1817.
[Emmens], [Stephen Henry]. The Sixteenth Amendment. Vol. Dillingham's American Library No. 13. New York: G. W. Dillingham, 1896.
[Dunton], [John](1659-1733). The Informer's Doom, or An Amazing and Seasonable Letter from Utopia Directed to the Man in the Moon. Giving a full and pleasant Account of the Arraignment, Tryal, and Condemnation, of all those grand and bitter Enemies that disturb and molest all Kingdoms and States, throughout the Christian World. To which is added (as a caution to honest Country-men) the Arraignment, Tryal, and Condemnation of the Knavery and Cheats that are used in every particular Trade in the city of London. Presented to the consideration of all the Tantivy-Lads and Lasses in Urope, by a true Son of the Church of England. Curiously Illustrated with about Threescore Cuts. London: Ptd. for John Dunton, 1683.
[Dunkerley], [William Arthur](1852-1941). The Man Who Would Save the World. London: Longmans, Green and Co, 1927.
[Dudgeon], [Robert Ellis](1820-1904). Colymbia. London: Trübner and Company, 1873.
[Draper], [Warwick Herbert](b. 1873). The Tower. London: Headley Bros, 1918.
[Dowling], [Levi H.](1844-1911). The Aquarian Gospel of Jesus the Christ: The Philosophical and Practical Basis of Religion in the Aquarian Age of the World. Transcribed from the Akashic Records. London: C.F. Cazenove, 1908.
[Doubleday], [Thomas](1790-1870). "The Political Pilgrim's Progress" In Northern Liberator . Vol. 2.66, 68 - 69, 71, 74 - 76., 1839.
[Donnelly], [Ignatius Loyola](1831-1901). Caesar's Column: A Story of the Twentieth Century. Chicago, IL: F.J. Schulte and Company, 1890.
[Donatti], [Louis Antony](1781-1852). The Orphan of Novogorod: An Illyrian Tale. London: Black and Armstrong, 1841.
[Dixon], [Thomas](b. 1930). Blood Knot. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1980.
[Disraeli], [Benjamin](1804-81). The Voyage of Captain Popanilla. London: Henry Colburn, 1828.
[Dering], [Edward Heneage](1827-92). In the Light of the Twentieth Century. London: John Hodges, 1886.
[Defoe], [Daniel](1660-1731). The Life and Strange Surprizing Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, of York, Mariner: Who lived eight and twenty Years all alone in an un-inhabited Island on the Coast of America, near the Mouth of the Great River of Oroonoque; Having been cast on Shore by Shipwreck, where-in all the Men perished but himself. With An Account of how he was at last strangely deliver'd by Pyrates. Written by Himself. London: Ptd. for W. Taylor, 1719.
[Defoe], [Daniel](1660-1731). The Farther Adventures of Robinson Crusoe; Being the Second and Last Part of His Life, And of the Strange Surprizing Accounts of his Travels Round three Parts of the Globe. Written by Himself. To which is added a Map of the World, in which is Delineated the Voyages of Robinson Crusoe. London: Ptd. for W. Taylor, 1719.

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