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05/05/1945Prester John: Sources and IllustrationsLetts, Malcolm
07/26/1917A Social Optimist [Sir Thomas More]-
1625L’aromatario overo. Delle republica d’UtopiaZuccolo, Lodovico
1652An Appendix To the Former Work, Endeavouring a Discovery of the Unknown Parts of the World. Especially of Terra Australis Incognita, or the Southern ContinentHeylyn, Peter
1665Occasional Reflections upon Several Subjects, Whereto is premis’d A Discourse About such kind of ThoughtsBoyle, Robert
1699De Utopia Mori ac paradoxis in illa vocabulis agitVoskuhl, Adelheid
1704Disputatio philosophica de fictis rebuspublicis. Quam divina favente gratia, praeside Georgio Paschio, Artis rationis, Philos. In Auditorio Majori publice defendet Henricus ab Ahlefeld, Esques HolsatusAhlefeld, Henricus
1735Critical Remarks on Capt. Gulliver’s Travels, by Doctor Bantley, Published from the Author’s Original MSSBantley, R.
1778-12Review of The Travels of Hildebrand Bowman-
1787/1795Voyages Imaginaires, Songes, Visions, et Romans Cabalistiques.Garnier, Charles Georges Thomas
1789/1900Histoire socialiste (1789-1900)Jaurès, Jean
1805First Lieutenant of the Calcutta (1776-1816).An Account of a Voyage to Establish a Colony at Port Philip in Bass’s Strait, on the South Coast of New South Wales, in His Majesty’s Ship Calcutta, in the Years 1802-3-4.Tuckey, James Hingston
1808Memoirs of Sir Thomas More, With a New Translation of His Utopia, His History of King Richard III, and His Latin Poems. 2 volsCayley, Arthur
1812IntroductionWeber, Henry
1817High Treason. The Trials at Bar of Arthur Thistlewood, Gent. James Watson, the Elder, Surgeon, Thomas Preston, Cordwainer, and John Hooper, Labourer, for High-Treason, before the Four Judges, in the Court of King’s Bench, Westminster, on Monday, June 9, 1817. Taken in Short-hand by Mr. Fraser, of Thavies Inn, expressly for the edition, with portraits of the prisoners-
1818Lectures on the MillenniumEmerson, Joseph
1825Owenism Rendered Consistent With Our Civil And Religious Institutions, or a Mode of Forming Societies for Mutual Benefit on Rational and Practical Principles, Without the Assistance of the Rich, Or the Necessity of Borrowing One ShillingHamilton, James