New Britain. A Narrative of a Journey, by Mr. Ellis, To a Country So Called By Its Inhabitants, Discovered in the Vast Plain of the Missouri, in North America, and Inhabited by a People of British Origin, Who Live Under an Equitable System of Society, Productive of Peculiar Independence and Happiness. Also, Some Account of Their Constitution, Laws, Institutions, Customs and Philosophical Opinions: Together With a Brief Sketch of Their History from the Time of Their Departure from Great Britain

TitleNew Britain. A Narrative of a Journey, by Mr. Ellis, To a Country So Called By Its Inhabitants, Discovered in the Vast Plain of the Missouri, in North America, and Inhabited by a People of British Origin, Who Live Under an Equitable System of Society, Productive of Peculiar Independence and Happiness. Also, Some Account of Their Constitution, Laws, Institutions, Customs and Philosophical Opinions: Together With a Brief Sketch of Their History from the Time of Their Departure from Great Britain
Year for Search1820
Authors[Ellis], [G.A.]
Date Published1820
PublisherPtd. for W. Simpkin and R. Marshall
Place PublishedLondon
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Detailed eutopia emphasizing small town democracy.

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Rpt. in Modern British Utopias 1700-1850. Ed. Gregory Claeys. 8 vols. (London: Pickering & Chatto, 1997), 6: 149-307.

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1820 [Ellis, G. A.]. New Britain. A Narrative of a Journey, by Mr. Ellis, To a Country So Called By Its Inhabitants, Discovered in the Vast Plain of the Missouri, in North America, and Inhabited by a People of British Origin, Who Live Under an Equitable System of Society, Productive of Peculiar Independence and Happiness. Also, Some Account of Their Constitution, Laws, Institutions, Customs and Philosophical Opinions: Together With a Brief Sketch of Their History from the Time of Their Departure from Great Britain. London: Ptd. for W. Simpkin and R. Marshall. Rpt. in Modern British Utopias 1700-1850. Ed. Gregory Claeys. 8 vols. (London: Pickering & Chatto, 1997), 6: 149-307. L

Detailed eutopia emphasizing small town democracy.