Part VII. of The New Existence of Man Upon the Earth. Including an Outline of the Principles and Government of the Millennial World. With an Appendix containing Correspondence and Spiritual Communication

TitlePart VII. of The New Existence of Man Upon the Earth. Including an Outline of the Principles and Government of the Millennial World. With an Appendix containing Correspondence and Spiritual Communication
Year for Search1855
AuthorsOwen, Robert (1771-1858)
Date Published1855
PublisherEffingham Wilson, J. Clayton and Son, and Holyoake
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsMale author, Scottish author, Welsh author
Annotation

Owenite eutopia. See also 1813, 1830, 1839, 1841, 1843, 1844, 1846, and 1855 Owen, The Inauguration of the Millenium

Additional Publishers

Part had been published as The Universal Permanent Government, Constitution and Code of Laws, Based on the Unchanging Laws of Nature, for the World, in Which there is but One Real Interest for all its Population, Wherever Situated and also for Each State or Nation Separately, Until They Shall Have Acquired the Knowledge and Wisdom to Unite in Federative Union. [Great Britain]: np, 1848.

Author Note

Owen (1771-1858) was born in Wales and his first major experiment was at New Lanark, Scotland, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 

Full Text

1855 Owen, Robert (1771-1858). Part VII. of The New Existence of Man Upon the Earth. Including an Outline of the Principles and Government of the Millennial World. With an Appendix containing Correspondence and Spiritual Communication. London: Effingham Wilson, J. Clayton and Son, and Holyoake. Part had been published as The Universal Permanent Government, Constitution and Code of Laws, Based on the Unchanging Laws of Nature, for the World, in Which there is but One Real Interest for all its Population, Wherever Situated and also for Each State or Nation Separately, Until They Shall Have Acquired the Knowledge and Wisdom to Unite in Federative Union. [Great Britain]: np, 1848.

Owenite eutopia. See also 1813, 1830, 1839, 1841, 1843, 1844, 1846, and 1855 Owen, The Inauguration of the Millenium. Owen was born in Wales and his first major experiment was at New Lanark, Scotland, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.