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1787

[Rush], [Benjamin](1745-1813). “The Benefits of Charity: A Dream” In Columbian Magazine. Vol. 1.12., 1787.
Michell, Richard. "Letter XV. For the Lewes Journal. A Midsummer-Night's Dream; or, a Trip to the Moon" In Fugitive Pieces, on Various Subjects. Vol. 2 vols. Lewes, Eng.: Ptd. for the Author by W. and A. Lee, 1787.
[Rush], [Benjamin](1745-1813). "The Paradise of Negro-Slaves.--a dream" In The Columbia Magazine: or Monthly Miscellany. Vol. 1.5., 1787.
Walwyn, Mr. [B.]. "The Temple of Hope. A Vision" In The General Magazine and Impartial Review (London). Vol. 1., 1787.
Barlow, Joel Esquire(1754-1812). The Vision of Columbus: A Poem in Nine Books. Hartford, CT: Ptd. by Hudson and Goodwin, 1787.

1792

Lee, Charles(1731-82). "A Sketch of a Plan for the Formation of a Military Colony" In Memoirs of the Life of the Late Charles Lee, Esq. Lieutenant-Colonel of the Forty-Fourth Regiment, Colonel in the Portuguese Service, Major-General and Aid du Camp to the King of Poland, and Second in Command in the Service of the United States of America. New York: T. Allen, 1792.

1794

Humphreys, David(1752-1818). "Future State of the Western Territory" In The Columbian Muse. A Selection of American Poetry from Various Authors of Established Reputation. New-York: Ptd. by J. Carey, 1794.
Dwight, Timothy D.D.(1752-1817). "The Vision" In Greenfield Hill: A Poem in Seven Parts. I. The Prospect. II. The Flourishing Village. III. The Burning of Fairfield. IV. The Destruction of the Pequods. V. The Clergyman’s Advice to the Villagers. VI. The Farmer’s Advice to the Villagers. VII. The Vision, or Prospect of the Future Happiness of America . New York: Childs and Swaine, 1794.

1796

Smith, Elihu Hubbard(1771-98). "The Institutions of the Republic of Utopia" In Early American Literature. Vol. 35.2., 1796.
Gale, John. "On the Vicissitudes of States and Kingdoms" In Gale’s Cabinet of Knowledge; or, Miscellaneous Recreations. Containing Moral and Philosophical Essays, Propositions, Natural and Metaphysical Maxims, And Observations on Select Subjects of general Utility. With a Series of Easy, Entertaining and Interesting, Mechanical, Magnetical, & Magical Experiments. Including the Most Celebrated Card Deceptions Ever Exhibited. Together With About Seven Hundred Serious, Comical, and Humorous Queries, Paradoxes, &c. &c. With Pertinent and Ingenious Answers. Being the Essence taken from The Lady’s, Gentlemen’s, & Carnan’s Diaries--Martin’s Philosophical Magazines--Ozanam & Hooper’s Recreations, &c. &c. (Illustrated with Copper-plate Engravings). To Which Are Added A Great Number of Originals. Likewise, An Appendix; Containing Various Propositions Tending to Prove Light and Heat Two Distinct Beings. With some curious Definitions in Optics. London: Ptd. for the Proprietors by W. Kemmish, 1796.

1798

Brown, Charles Brockden(1771-1810). "[Alcuin]" In The Life of Charles Brockden Brown: Together With Selections From the Rarest of His Printed Works, From His Original Letters, And From His Manuscripts Before Unpublished. Vol. 2 vols. Philadelphia, PA: James P. Parke, 1798.
Cumberland, George(1754-1848). The Captive of the Castle of Sennaar: An African Tale Containing Various Anecdotes of the Sophians Hitherto Unknown To Mankind in General. London: Ptd. for the author, 1798.
Spence, T[homas](1750-1814). The Constitution of a Perfect Commonwealth. Being the French Constitution of 1793. Amended, and rendered entirely conformable to the Whole Rights of Man. London: Author, 1798.

1799

Everett, David A.M.(1770-1813). "A New Year's Poem" In Common Sense in dishabille, or The Farmer's Monitor. Containing a Variety of Familiar Essays, on Subjects Moral & Economical. To Which is Added a Perpetual Calendar, or Economical Almanack. Worcester, MA: Ptd. by Isaiah Thomas, Jun. for Isaiah Thomas, 1799.
Walker, George(1772-1847). The Vagabond. A Novel. Vol. 2 Vols. London: Ptd. for G. Walker, 1799.

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