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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.


Salem, [pseud.]. "Another Glimpse of the Future" In Illinois Monthly Magazine (Vandalia, IL). Vol. 1.12 ., 1831.
Australian Statesman, in the Year 2377, An [pseud.]. "Decline and Fall of the British Empire" In Scenes of Life and Shades of Character, Edited by Watts, Alaric A.. Vol. 2 vols. London: Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley, 1831.
Great Britain in 1841; or, The Results of the Reform Bill. London: Roake and Varty, 1831.
Gray, John(1799-1833). The Social System: A Treatise on the Principle of Exchange. Edinburgh, Scot.: William Tait, 1831.
[Taylor], [Isaac]. The Temple of Melekartha. Vol. 3 vols. London: Holdsworth and Ball, 1831.


Whitwell, [Thomas] Stedman(1784-1840). Description of an Architectural Model from a Design by Stedman Whitwell, Esq. for a Community Upon a Principle of United Interests as Advocated by Robert Owen, Esq.. London: Hurst Chance & Co. and Effingham Wilson, 1830.
[Lister], [Thomas Henry](1800-42). "A Dialogue for the Year 2130, Extracted from the Album of a Modern Sibyl" In The Keepsake for MDCCCXXX, Edited by Reynolds, Frederic Mansel. London: Pub. For the Proprietor, by Hurst, Chance, and Co., 1830.
Five Hundred Years Hence. London: Ferret, 1830.
Roche, Eugenius Esq.(1798-1829). "London in a Thousand Years" In London in a Thousand Years; With other Poems. London: Colburn and Bentley, 1830, 1830.
Brothers, [Richard](1757-1824). The New Covenant Between God and His People; or, The Hebrew Constitution and Charter, with the Statutes and Ordinances, the Laws and Regulations, and Commands and Covenants. London: Ptd. by A. Snell for Mr. Finleyson, 1830.
A New society, called the Self-Examining Society. [Connecticut?], 1830.
Owen, Robert(1771-1858). Outline of the Rational System of Society, Founded On Demonstrable Facts Developing the Constitution and Laws of Human Nature; Being the only Effectual Remedy For the Evils Experienced By the Population Of the World: The Immediate Adoption of Which Would Tranquilize the Present Agitated State Of Society, And Relieve It From Moral and Physical Evil, By Removing the Causes Which Produce Them. [London]: Bradbury and Evans, Printer, 1830.
Gulliver,, Lemuel Jr. [pseud.]. Sequel to Gulliver's Travels. An Eulogy. London: J. Jaques, 1830.
Bluffdale, [pseud.]. "Three Hundred Years Hence" In Illinois Monthly Magazine (Vandalia, IL). Vol. 1.2 ., 1830.