"A Description of New Athens in Terra Australis incognita." By One who resided many years on the Spot. [Signed] Maurice Williams. [The title page gives the title as "The Fortunate Shipwreck, or a Description of New Athens, being an Account of the Laws, Manners, Religion, and Customs of that Country; by Morris Williams, Gent. [pseud.] who resided there above Twenty Years"

Title"A Description of New Athens in Terra Australis incognita." By One who resided many years on the Spot. [Signed] Maurice Williams. [The title page gives the title as "The Fortunate Shipwreck, or a Description of New Athens, being an Account of the Laws, Manners, Religion, and Customs of that Country; by Morris Williams, Gent. [pseud.] who resided there above Twenty Years"
Year for Search1720
Authors[Killigrew], [Thomas](1657-1719)
Secondary AuthorsWilliams, Maurice
Tertiary AuthorsOne who resided many years on the Spot [pseud.], and Morris Williams, Gent. [pseud.]
Secondary TitleMiscellanea Aurea: or the Golden Medley
Pagination80-118
Date Published1720
PublisherPtd. for A. Bettesworth and J. Pemberton
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsMale author
Annotation

Eutopia. No secrecy. Christianity, art, music, compulsory education. Everyone walks rather than riding. No lawyers. A charity system is run on a ward basis by the church.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. in Utopias of the British Enlightenment. Ed. Gregory Claeys (Cambridge, Eng.: Cambridge University Press, 1994), 27-53.

Title Note

The title page gives the title as “The Fortunate Shipwreck, or a Description of New Athens, being an Account of the Laws, Manners, Religion, and Customs of that Country; by Morris Williams, Gent. [pseud.] who resided there above Twenty Years.”

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Author Note

Attributed to [Thomas Killigrew] (1657-1719)

Full Text

1720 [Killigrew, Thomas (attributed to) (1657-1719)]. “A Description of New Athens in Terra Australis incognita.” By One who resided many years on the Spot [pseud.]. [Signed] Maurice Williams. [The title page gives the title as “The Fortunate Shipwreck, or a Description of New Athens, being an Account of the Laws, Manners, Religion, and Customs of that Country; by Morris Williams, Gent. [pseud.] who resided there above Twenty Years.” In Miscellanea Aurea: or the Golden Medley (London: Ptd. for A. Bettesworth and J. Pemberton, 1720), 80-118. Rpt. in Utopias of the British Enlightenment. Ed. Gregory Claeys (Cambridge, Eng.: Cambridge University Press, 1994), 27-53. DLC, HRC, L, PSt

Eutopia. No secrecy. Christianity, art, music, compulsory education. Everyone walks rather than riding. No lawyers. A charity system is run on a ward basis by the church.