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1787

[Rush], [Benjamin](1745-1813). “The Benefits of Charity: A Dream” In Columbian Magazine. Vol. 1.12., 1787.
Michell, Richard. "Letter XV. For the Lewes Journal. A Midsummer-Night's Dream; or, a Trip to the Moon" In Fugitive Pieces, on Various Subjects. Vol. 2 vols. Lewes, Eng.: Ptd. for the Author by W. and A. Lee, 1787.
[Rush], [Benjamin](1745-1813). "The Paradise of Negro-Slaves.--a dream" In The Columbia Magazine: or Monthly Miscellany. Vol. 1.5., 1787.
Walwyn, Mr. [B.]. "The Temple of Hope. A Vision" In The General Magazine and Impartial Review (London). Vol. 1., 1787.
Barlow, Joel Esquire(1754-1812). The Vision of Columbus: A Poem in Nine Books. Hartford, CT: Ptd. by Hudson and Goodwin, 1787.

1786

[Rush], [Benjamin](1745-1813). A Plan for the Establishment of Public Schools and the Diffusion of Knowledge in Pennsylvania to which are added thoughts upon the mode of education, proper in a republic. Addressed to the Legislature and Citizens of the State In A Plan for the Establishment of Public Schools and the Diffusion of Knowledge in Pennsylvania to which are added thoughts upon the mode of education, proper in a republic. Addressed to the Legislature and Citizens of the State . Philadelphia, PA: Ptd. for Thomas Dobson, 1786.

1784

Blake, William(1757-1827). "An Island in the Moon" In Blake. Complete Writings With Variant Readings. London: Oxford University Press, 1784.

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.

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