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1782

[Johnson], [Richard]. “Geographical Description of Bachelor’s Island” In The European Magazine and London Review . Vol. 1., 1782.
J[ohnson], R[ichard]. "Geographical Description of the Isle of Matrimony" In The European Magazine and London Review. Vol. 1., 1782.
A History of the Customs, Manners, and Religion, of the Moon. To Which Are Annexed, Several Specimens of Lunar Poetry; and the Characters of the Most Distinguished Personages. Dublin, Ireland: Ptd. by John Hillary, 1782.
[Stedman], [John](d. 1791). "Letter XXIX. A Dream; or the present state of Man compared with one more perfect" In Laelius and Hortensia; or, Thought on the Nature and Objects of Taste and Genius, in a series of letters to Two Friends. Edinburgh, Scot.: Ptd. For J. Balfour; and T. Cadell, London, 1782.
[Bage], [Robert](1728-1801). Mount Henneth, A Novel. Vol. 2 Vols. London: T. Lowndes, 1782.
[Spence], [Thomas](1750-1814). A Supplement to the History of Robinson Crusoe, Being the History of Crusonia, or Robinson Crusoe's Island, Down to the Present Time. Copied from a letter sent by Mr. Wishit, Captain of the Good-Intent, to an intelligent Friend in England, after being in a Storm in May, 1781 driven out of his course to the Said Island. Published by the said Gentleman, for the agreeable Perusal of Robinson Crusoe's Friends of all Sizes. Vol. New ed. Newcastle upon Tyne, Eng.: T. Saint, 1782.
[McNally], [Leonard]. "A Vision" In European Magazine and London Review. Vol. 1., 1782.

1786

"[Chronicle of the Year 1850]" In The Columbian Magazine or Monthly Miscellany (Philadelphia, PA). Vol. 1.1., 1786.
Lycurgus [pseud.]. "Observations on the Present Situation and Future Prospects of this the United States. No. IX. The History of White Negroes" In The New-Haven Gazette, and the Connecticut Magazine. Vol. 1.9 ., 1786.
[Rush], [Benjamin](1745?-1813). A Plan for the Establishment of Public Schools and the Diffusion of Knowledge in Pennsylvania to which are added thoughts upon the mode of education, proper in a republic. Addressed to the Legislature and Citizens of the State In A Plan for the Establishment of Public Schools and the Diffusion of Knowledge in Pennsylvania to which are added thoughts upon the mode of education, proper in a republic. Addressed to the Legislature and Citizens of the State . Philadelphia, PA: Ptd. for Thomas Dobson, 1786.

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.

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