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1827

Pollok,, Robert A.M.(1798-1827). The Course of Time, A Poem, in Ten Books. To Which are Prefixed a Brief Memoir of the Author, an Analysis of the Poem, and an Index to the Principle Passages, Sentiments, or Descriptions. By Rev. William Jenks, D.D.. Vol. 2 vols. Edinburgh, Scot./London: William Blackwood/Thomas Cadell, 1827.
[Webb], [Jane](1807-58). The Mummy! A Tale of the Twenty-second Century. Vol. 3 vols. London: Henry Colburn, 1827.
Bullock, W[illiam](c. 1773-1849). Sketch of a Journey Through The Western States of North America, From New Orleans, By the Mississippi, Ohio, City of Cincinnati and Falls of Niagara, To New York, In 1827. With a Description of the New and Flourishing City of Cincinnati, By Messrs. B. Drake and E.D. Mansfield. And a Selection from Various Authors, on the Present Condition and Future Prospects of the Settlers, in the Fertile and Populous State of Ohio, Containing Information Useful to Persons Desirous of Settling in America. London: John Miller, 1827.
Trevelyan, Herbert. "The Unknown Region" In Sketches from Oblivion, Being the Remains of Herbert Trevelyan, Esqr, Edited by Shafton, Piers Gent.. London: Hurst, Chance & Co., 1827.
Tucker, George(1775-1861). A Voyage to the Moon: With Some Account of the Manners and Customs, Science and Philosophy, of the People of Morosofia, and Other Lunarians. New-York: Elam Bliss, 1827.
[Maginn], [William](1793-1842). Whitehall; or, the Days of George IV. London: William Marsh, 1827.

1825

The Articles of Agreement Drawn Up and Recommended By The London Co-operative Society for the Formation of a Community on Principles of Mutual Co-operation Within Fifty Miles of London. Np: np. Rpt. in John Gray, A Lecture on Human Happiness; Being the first of a Series of Lectures on that Subject. In Which Will Be Comprehended A General Review of the Causes of the Existing Evils of Society, and a Development of Means By Which They May Be Permanently and Effectually Removed. To Which Are Added The Articles of Agreement Drawn Up and Recommended By The London Co-operative Society for the Formation of a Community on Principles of Mutual Co-operation Within Fifty Miles of London. London: Published by Sherwood, Jones & Co., 1825.
Gulliver's Last Voyage, Describing Ballymugland, or the Floating Island. London: William Cole, 1825.
Puffem, Peter [pseud.]. Heaven on Earth, or the New Lights of Harmony. An Extravaganza, in Two Acts. Philadelphia, PA: Np, 1825.
[Paulding], [James Kirke](1778-1860). John Bull in America; or, the New Munchausen. New York: Charles Wiley, 1825.
[Beverley], [Robert Mackenzie](1798-1868). The Rebellion of the Beasts; Or, The Ass is Dead! Long Live the Ass!!. London: J. & H. L. Hunt, 1825.
[Trotter], [John](1788-1852). Travels in Phrenologasto. Calcutta, India: Samuel Smith, 1825.
The Vision of Hades, or the Region Inhabited by the Departed Spirits of the Blessed. With Cursory Notes, Theological and Metaphysical. To which is now added, The Vision of Noös. London: Ptd. for G.B. Whittaker, 1825.

1824

Bounden, Joseph. “The Deserted City” In The Deserted City; Eva, A Tale in Two Cantos; and Other Poems . London: Ptd. for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown & Green, 1824.
Kellogg, Ebenezer(1789-1846). The Millennial Kingdom of Peace: or a New System of Ecclesiastical Government, by the Holy Ghost and Saints (As Acts. XV. 26.) Where, Note, The Holy Ghost makes all Laws Invisibly! as when, "the Spirit made it seem good to decree," & c. as Acts XVI. 4. XV. 28. Or, as taught herein, That Invisibly, all Laws may be made by God's Spirit, if made invisibly by Saints! but cannot be done by Nations! For, God, our Saviour, promises, when he comes again, "to be glorified in his Saints," not Nations! see Dan. vii. 22. 2 Thes. X. 12. This Work Maintains also, That Such a Work Began in A.D. 1816! And Is to End in A.D. 1866; and Began With the Greeks Invisibly. Np: Published by the Author, 1824.
M[acauley], T[homas]. "A Prophetic Account of a Grand National Epic Poem to be entitled 'The Wellingtoniad' and to be published A.D. 2824" In Knight's Quarterly Magazine. Vol. 3.6 ., 1824.
[Banim], [John](1798-1842). Revelations of the Dead-Alive. London: W. Simpkin and R. Marshall, 1824.
[Stirrat], [David]. A Treatise on Political Economy: or the true principles of political economy in the form of a romaunt, for the more pleasing accommodation of readers; Explained in a series of letters to Aristippus, from Aristander, perceived in a deep vision. The subject is presumed to be considered upon strict philosophical, mathematical, and geometrical principles. Baltimore, MD: Ptd. for the editor, 1824.

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