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1782

[McNally], [Leonard]. "A Vision" In European Magazine and London Review. Vol. 1., 1782.

1780

[Lyttelton Lyttelton],, [Thomas] [Baron](1744-79). "The State of England In the Year 2199" In Poems By a Young Nobleman, of Distinguished Abilities, lately deceased: Particularly The State of England, and the once flourishing City of London. In a Letter from an American Traveller, Dated from the Ruinous Portico of St. Paul,s, in the Year 2199. London: Ptd. for G. Kearsley, 1780.

1779

[Pratt], [Samuel]. "The Temple of Happiness." In London Magazine. Vol. 48., 1779.

1778

[Rittenhouse], [David](1732-96). "A Prophecy of the future Glory of America" In The Lancaster Almanack for the Year of Our Lord, 1779: Being the Third after Leap-Year. The Fourth Year of American Independency. Containing The Motions of the Sun and the Moon; the true places and aspects of the planets; the Rising and Settings of the Sun; the Luinations, Conjunctions, Eclipses, Rising, Setting and Southing of the Planets; Length of Days; Judgment of the Weather; Festivals and other Remarkable Days; High Water at Philadelphia; Tables of Interest; Tables of the Value and Weight of Coins; A Table, shewing the Value of any number of Dollars from 1, to 10,000; Quakers Yearly Meetings; Fairs, Courts, Roads, &c. ALSO, The Happy Life, On New-Year’s Day; A Prophecy of the future Glory of America; Anecdote of Col. Ethan Allen, in reply to Genl. Howe; Receipts in Physic; New Liberty Songs, &c. &c. &c. Fitted to the Latitude of Forty Degrees, and a Meridian of near Five Hours West of London; but may without sensible Error, serve all the Northern Colonies. Lancaster, PA: Ptd. by Francis Bailey, 1778.

1777

Dwight, Timothy D.D.(1752-1817). Columbia: A Song, Written & Set to Music by Timothy Dwight, the Elder. New Haven, CT: Printed at the Press of Timothy Dwight College in Yale University, 1777.

1732

King, William (1663-1712). “Crapulia: or, The Region of Cropsicks” In Remains of the Late Learned and Ingenious Dr. William King, Some Time, Adcocate of Doctors Commons, Vicar-General to the Archbishop of Armagh, and Record-Keeper of Ireland. Containing Miscellaneous Pieces in Verse and Prose, upon various Subjects; with Reflections, Observations, and Critical Remarks upon Men and Books: With a particular Critick upon a Favourite Ministry; prticulaly, that of Rufinus, Favourite of the Emperor Theodossius, and his Character rendered into Verse from Claudian; together wiith the Author’s Life and Writings. London: Ptd. for W. Mears, 1732.

1719

[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.
[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.
[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.

1711

Addison, Joseph (1672-1719). ["The Vision of Mirzah"] In The Spectator . Vol. 2.150 ., 1711.

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