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[Nicholson], [Joseph Shield](1850-1927). Thoth: A Romance. Edinburgh, Scot.: William Blackwood and Sons, 1888.
[Nichols], [Thomas Low](1815-1901). "Esperanza. My Journey Thither and What I Found There" In Nichol’s Monthly: A Magazine of Social Science and Progressive Literature (Cincinnati, OH). Vol. ns 2 – 3 ., 1856.
[Nógha], Misha (b. 1955). Red Spider White Web. Lancaster, Eng.: Morrigan Publications, 1990.
[Northmore], [Thomas](1766-1851). Memoirs of Planetes, or a Sketch of the Laws and Manners of Makar. London: Ptd. by Vaughan Griffiths, 1795.
[Norton], [Rev.] [Philip]. Sub Sole or Under the Sun. Missionary Adventures in the Great Sahara. By the Right Reverend Artegall Smith, D.D. With an Introduction by the Rev. Philip Norton. London/Worcester, Eng.: James Nisbet and Co./Eben[enze]r Baylis and Son, 1890.
[Norway], Nevil Shute (1899-1960). In the Wet. London: William Heinemann, 1953.
[Norway], Nevil Shute (1899-1960). On the Beach. London: William Heinemann, 1957.
[Ó Nualláin], [Brian](1911-66). The Third Policeman. London: MacGibbon & Kee, 1967.
[O'Duffy], [Eimar Ultan](1893-1935). "Once in a Blue Moon" In The National Student. A Magazine of Student Life. Conducted by the Students of University College, Dublin . Vol. 4.6 (16)., 1914.
[O'Grady], [Standish James](1846-1928). The Queen of the World or, Under the Tyranny. London: Lawrence and Bullen, 1900.
[O'Neill], [Henry J.]. The Travels of John Wryland; being an account of His Journey to Tibet, of His Founding a Kingdom on the Island of Palti, and of His War Against the Ne-ar-Bians. London: International News Company, 1903.
[Oakes], [James] [Presumed author]. The Future of Victoria. Melbourne, VIC, Australia: James Smith, 1850.
[Odell], [Minna](c.1857-1940). "The Moon Woman: A Tale of the Future" In Amazing Stories (Jamaica, NY). Vol. 4.8 ., 1929.
[Ogilvie], [William](1736-1819. An Essay on the Right of Property in Land, With respect to its Foundation in the Law of Nature; Its present Establishment by the Municipal Laws of Europe; and The Regulations by which it might be rendered more beneficial to the lower Ranks of Mankind. London: Ptd. for J. Walter, 1781.
[Oldfield], [Charles Houghton](1889-1961). The Man Who Could Still Laugh (A Story of the Future). London: Bantam Books/Todd Publishing Co., 1936.
[Oliphant], [Margaret](1828-97). "A Little Pilgrim: In the Unseen. (For Easter)” In Macmillan’s Magazine. Vol. 46.271 ., 1882.
[Orpen], [Adela Elizabeth](1855-1928). The Downfall of Grabbum: An Ulster Fable. Belfast, Northern Ireland: R. Carswell & Son, 1912.
[Osborn], [Laughton](1809-78). Travels by Sea and Land of Alethitheras. New York: Moorhead, Simpson & Bond, 1868.
[Ouseley], [Rev.] [Gideon Jasper Richard](1875-1906). Palingenesia; or, The Earth's New Birth. Vol. 2 vols. Glasgow, Scot.: Hay Nisbet, 1884.
[Owen], [Harry Collinson](1881-1956). The Battle of London. London: Herbert Jenkins, 1923.
[Oxley], [William]?. Angelic Revelations Concerning the Origin, Ultimation, and Destiny of the Human Spirit: Illustrated by the Experiences in Earth and Spirit Life of Teresa Jacoby, Now Known as the Angel Purity. Vol. 5 vols. Manchester, Eng./London: T. Gaskell, J. Ledsham/W. Harrison, 1875.
[Pae], [David]. The Coming Struggle Among the Nations of the Earth: or, The Political Events of the Next Fifteen Years Described in Accordance with Prophecies in Ezekiel, Daniel, and the Apocalypse. Showing Also The Important Position Britain Will Occupy During, and At the End of, the Awful Conflict. London/Edinburgh, Scot./Glasgow, Scot./Dublin, Ireland/Belfast, Northern Ireland: Houlston & Stoneman/Thomas Grant/W.R. M’Phun/George Herbert/W.M’Comb, 1853.
[Painter], [Charles Beresford](1878-1946). The Kingdom of Content. London: Mills & Boon, 1918.
[Painter], [Charles Beresford](1878-1946). The Great Image. London: Odhams Press, 1921.
[Paltock], [Robert](1697-1767). The Life and Adventures of Peter Wilkins A Cornish Man: Relating particularly, His Shipwreck near the South Pole; his wonderful Passage thro' a subterraneous Cavern into a kind of new World; his there meeting with a Gawry or flying woman, whose life he preserv'd, and afterwards married her; his extraordinary Conveyance to the Country of Glums and Gawrys, or Men and Women that fly. Likewise a Description of this strange Country, with the Laws, Customs, and Manners of its Inhabitants, and the Author's remarkable Transactions among them. Taken from his own Mouth, in his Passage to England from off Cape Horn in America, in the Ship Hector. With an INTRODUCTION, giving an Account of the surprizing Manner of his coming on board that Vessel, and his Death on landing at Plymouth in the Year 1739. Illustrated with several CUTS, clearly and distinctly representing the Structure and Mechanism of the Wings of the Glums and Gawrys, and the Manner in which they use them either to swim or fly. London: J. Robinson and R. Dodsley, 1751.

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