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1782

[Johnson], [Richard]. “Geographical Description of Bachelor’s Island” In The European Magazine and London Review . Vol. 1., 1782.
J[ohnson], R[ichard]. "Geographical Description of the Isle of Matrimony" In The European Magazine and London Review. Vol. 1., 1782.
A History of the Customs, Manners, and Religion, of the Moon. To Which Are Annexed, Several Specimens of Lunar Poetry; and the Characters of the Most Distinguished Personages. Dublin, Ireland: Ptd. by John Hillary, 1782.
[Stedman], [John](d. 1791). "Letter XXIX. A Dream; or the present state of Man compared with one more perfect" In Laelius and Hortensia; or, Thought on the Nature and Objects of Taste and Genius, in a series of letters to Two Friends. Edinburgh, Scot.: Ptd. For J. Balfour; and T. Cadell, London, 1782.
[Bage], [Robert](1728-1801). Mount Henneth, A Novel. Vol. 2 Vols. London: T. Lowndes, 1782.
[Spence], [Thomas](1750-1814). A Supplement to the History of Robinson Crusoe, Being the History of Crusonia, or Robinson Crusoe's Island, Down to the Present Time. Copied from a letter sent by Mr. Wishit, Captain of the Good-Intent, to an intelligent Friend in England, after being in a Storm in May, 1781 driven out of his course to the Said Island. Published by the said Gentleman, for the agreeable Perusal of Robinson Crusoe's Friends of all Sizes. Vol. New ed. Newcastle upon Tyne, Eng.: T. Saint, 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.
Clarissa, a Lady of this City [pseud.]. "Vision of the Paradise of Female Patriotism" In The United States Magazine, A Repository of History, Politics and Literature (Philadelphia, PA) . Vol. 1.3., 1779.

1778

[Hamilton], [Mary](1739-1816). Munster Village. Vol. 2 vols. London: Ptd. for Robson and Co.; Walter; and Robinson, 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.
The Travels of Hildebrand Bowman, Esquire, Into Carnovirria, Taupiniera, Olfactaria, and Auditante, in New-Zealand; in the Island of Bonhommica, and in the powerful Kingdom of Luxo-volupto, on the Great Southern Continent. Written by Himself; Who went on shore in the Adventure's large Cutter, at Queen Charlotte's Sound New Zealand, the fatal 17th of December 1773; and escaped being cut off, and devoured, with the rest of the Boat's crew, by happening to be a-shooting in the woods; where he was afterwards unfortunately left behind by the Adventure. London: Printed for W. Strahan; and T. Cadell, 1778.
A Trip to Melasge; or, Concise Instructions to a Young Gentleman Entering into Life: With Observations on the Genius, Manners, Ton, Opinions, Philosophy, and Morals of the Melasgians. Vol. 2 vols. London: Ptd. for B. Law, 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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