The Constitution of a Perfect Commonwealth. Being the French Constitution of 1793. Amended, and rendered entirely conformable to the Whole Rights of Man

TitleThe Constitution of a Perfect Commonwealth. Being the French Constitution of 1793. Amended, and rendered entirely conformable to the Whole Rights of Man
Year for Search1798
AuthorsSpence, T[homas](1750-1814)
Tertiary AuthorsSpence, T.
Date Published1798
PublisherAuthor
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author
Annotation

Detailed eutopia. Another version of Spence’s cooperative commonwealth. See also 1782, 1795, and 1801 Spence.

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Later ed. as The Constitution of Spensonia A Country in Fairyland Situated Between Utopia and Oceana Brought from Thence by Captain Swallow (i. e. Thomas Spence). London: Author, 1801. This ed. rpt. in Trial of Thomas Spence in 1801 Together With His Description of Spensonia, Constitution of Spensonia, End of Oppression, Recantation of the End of Oppression, Newcastle on Tyne Lecture Delivered in 1775. Also a Brief Life of Spence and a Description of His Political Token Dies by Arthur W. Waters (Leamington Spa, Eng.: Privately Ptd., 1917), 93-109. Versions are also available in The Political Works of Thomas Spence. Ed. H. T. Dickinson (Newcastle upon Tyne, England: Avero (Eighteenth Century) Publications, 1982), 54-69, 104-118; and Pig’s Meat: Selected Writings of Thomas Spence, Radical and Pioneer Land Reformer. Ed. G. I. Glossop (Nottingham, England: Spokesman, 1982), 166-185. An extract was published anonymously as The receipt to make a millennium or happy world. 4th ed. Single sheet. Np, [1805?] This was also published as Something to a Purpose. A receipt to make a millennium or Happy World. Extracts from The Constitution of Spensonia. London: Ptd. for T. Spence, [1803].

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(1750-1814)

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1798 Spence, T[homas] (1750-1814). The Constitution of a Perfect Commonwealth. Being the French Constitution of 1793. Amended, and rendered entirely conformable to the Whole Rights of Man. London: Author. Later ed. as The Constitution of Spensonia A Country in Fairyland Situated Between Utopia and Oceana Brought from Thence by Captain Swallow (i. e. Thomas Spence). London: Author, 1801. This ed. rpt. in Trial of Thomas Spence in 1801 Together With His Description of Spensonia, Constitution of Spensonia, End of Oppression, Recantation of the End of Oppression, Newcastle on Tyne Lecture Delivered in 1775. Also a Brief Life of Spence and a Description of His Political Token Dies by Arthur W. Waters (Leamington Spa, Eng.: Privately Ptd., 1917), 93-109. Versions are also available in The Political Works of Thomas Spence. Ed. H. T. Dickinson (Newcastle upon Tyne, England: Avero (Eighteenth Century) Publications, 1982), 54-69, 104-118; and Pig’s Meat: Selected Writings of Thomas Spence, Radical and Pioneer Land Reformer. Ed. G. I. Glossop (Nottingham, England: Spokesman, 1982), 166-185. An extract was published anonymously as The receipt to make a millennium or happy world. 4th ed. Single sheet. Np, [1805?] This was also published as Something to a Purpose. A receipt to make a millennium or Happy World. Extracts from The Constitution of Spensonia. London: Ptd. for T. Spence, [1803]. L, LSE

Detailed eutopia. Another version of Spence’s cooperative commonwealth. See also 1782, 1795, and 1801 Spence.