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"A Journey to the Moon" In Adventures in the Moon, and Other Worlds. London: Ptd. for Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, & Longman, 1836.
X. O. Z. [pseud.]. “Original Communications. First Impressions of America. By an Inhabitant of the Moon [pseud.]” In The New-York Mirror: A Weekly Journal, Devoted to Literature and the Fine Arts . Vol. 13.47., 1836.
[Tucker], [Nathaniel Beverley](1784-1851). The Partisan Leader. A Tale of the Future. Vol. 2 vols. [Washington, DC]: [Duff Green], 1836.
[Macgregor?], [Gregor]. Plan of a Constitution For the Inhabitants of the Indian Coast, In Central America, Commonly Called the Mosquito Shore. Edinburgh, Scot.: Ptd. by Balfour and Jack, 1836.
Tarascon, Louis Anastasius (1759-1840). Republican Education, and Gradual Western March, of Enlightened, Laborious, Virtuous, and Happy Generations, from All the Present and Future United Sates and Territories of North America Through Their Rocky Mountains, To Their North-West Coasts on the Pacific Ocean; whence, in time, Further On--The Only Means, Not Only of Extending Knowledge and Happiness All Around the Whole Earth, but, the Only One, Also, of Maintaining Their Union: nay, more, the Only One of Maintaining Any One of Their Republics. Louisville, KY: Ptd. S. Penn, Jr., 1836.
[Griffith], [Mary](1800?-46). "Three Hundred Years Hence" In Camperdown; or, News from Our Neighborhood: Being Sketches. Philadelphia, PA: Carey, Lea and Blanchard, 1836.


Tennyson, Alfred (1809-92). "Lotos-Eaters" In Poems. London: Edward Moxon, 1833.
Owen, Robert (1771-1858). "Marriage As It Ought To Be" In The New Moral World (London). Vol. [5].32., 1833.
Etzler, J[ohn] A[dolphus](1791?-1846?). The Paradise within Reach of All Men, without Labour, by Powers of Nature and Machinery. An Address To All Intelligent Men. In Two Parts. Pittsburgh, PA: Etzler and Reinhold, 1833.
Dick,, Thomas LL.D.(1774-1857). "On the Utility of Knowledge in Relation to a Future World" In On the Improvement of Society by the Diffusion of Knowledge: or An Illustration of the Advantages Which Would Result from a More General Dissemination of Rational and Scientific Information Among All Ranks. Edinburgh, Scot.: Waugh and Innes, 1833.