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1676

Glanvill, Joseph(1636-80). "Anti-fanatical Religion, and Free Philosophy. In a Continuation of the New Atlantis" In Essays On Several Important Subjects in Philosophy and Religion. London: Ptd. by J.D. for John Baker and Henry Mortlock, 1676.

1675

Lodwick, Francis(1619-1695). A Country Not Named In A Country Not Named (MS. Sloane 913, fols. IR-33R). An edition with an annotated primary bibliography and an introductory essay on Lodwick and his intellectual context by William Poole, Edited by Poole, William. Tempe, AZ: ACMRS (Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies), 1675.
Barnes, Joshua(1654-1721). Gerania: A New Discovery of a Little sort of People Anciently Discoursed of, called Pygmies. With a lively Description Of their Stature, Habit, Manners, Buildings, Knowledge, and Government, being very delightful and profitable. London: Ptd. by W.G. for Obadiah Blagrave, 1675.
[Vairasse d'Allais], [Denis](c. 1637-c. 1683). The History of the Sevarites or Sevarambi; a Nation inhabiting part of the third Continent, Commonly called, Terra Australis Incognitae. With an Account of their admirable Government, Religion, Customs, and Language. Written By one Captain Siden [pseud.]. A worthy Person, Who, together with many others, was Cast upon those Coasts, and lived many Years in that Country. London: Ptd. for Henry Brome, 1675.
B[arksdale], C[lement](1609-87). A Letter Touching a Colledge of Maids, or, a Virgin-Society. By B.C. Appended to St. Cyprian Bishop and Martyr, Anno 250. Of Discipline, Prayer, Patience. St. Basil the Great, Of Solitude. London: Ptd. for Sam[uel] Keble, 1675.
[Head], [Richard](1637-86). O-Brazile, or the Inchanted Island: Being A perfect Relation of the late Discovery and Wonderful Dis-Inchantment of an Island on the North of Ireland: With an Account of the Riches and Commodities thereof. Communicated by a Letter from London-Derry, to a Friend in London. [London]: Ptd. by Tho. Newcomb, 1675.

1659

Eliot, John(1604-90). The Christian Commonwealth: or, The Civil Policy of the Rising Kingdom of Jesus Christ. Written Before the Interruption of the Government. Written by Mr. John Eliot, Teacher of the Church of Christ at Roxbury in New-England. And Now Published (after his consent given) by a Server of the Season. London: Ptd. for Livewell Chapman, 1659.
Baxter, Richard(1615-91). A Holy Commonwealth, or Political Aphorisms, Opening the true Principles of Government: For The Healing of the Mistakes, and Resolving the Doubts, that most endanger and trouble ENGLAND at this time: (if yet there may be hope.) And directing the desires of sober Christians that long to see the Kingdoms of this world, become the Kingdoms of the Lord, and of his Christ. London: Ptd. for Thomas Underhill and Francis Taylor, 1659.
[Plockhoy], [Pieter Corneliszoon](ca. 1629-166?). A Way Propounded to Make the poor in these and other Nations happy. By bringing together a fit suitable and well qualified people unto one Household-government, or little-Commonwealth, Wherein every one may keep his propriety, and be imployed in some work or other, as he shall be fit, without being oppressed. Being the way not only to rid these and other nations from idle, evil and disorderly persons, but also from all such that have sought and found out many inventions to live upon the labour of others. Whereunto is also annexed an invitation to the Society, or little Common-wealth. London: Ptd. for G.C, 1659.
[Plockhoy], [Pieter Corneliszoon](ca. 1629-166?). The Way to the peace and settlement of these nations, Fully discovered in two Letters, delivered to his late Highnesse, and one to the present Parliament, As also one to Highness Richard Lord Protector, of England, Scotland and Ireland, etc. Wherein the liberty of speaking (which every one desire for himselfe) is opposed against Antichrist, for the procuring of his downfall, who will not grant same to others; And now published To awaken the publick spirits in England, and to raise up an universal Magistrate in Christendome, that will suffer all sorts of people, (of what Religion soever they are) in any one Countrey, as God (the great Magistrate) suffers the same in all Countreys of the world. London: Pt. For D. White, 1659.

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