Two Visions of J[ohn] A[dolphus] Etzler, (Author of the Paradise Within the Reach of All Men, By Powers of Nature and Machinery, and Other Writings Connected Therewith.) A Revelation of Futurity

TitleTwo Visions of J[ohn] A[dolphus] Etzler, (Author of the Paradise Within the Reach of All Men, By Powers of Nature and Machinery, and Other Writings Connected Therewith.) A Revelation of Futurity
Year for Search1844
AuthorsEtzler, J[ohn] A[dolphus](1791?-1846?)
Pagination15 pp.
Date Published1844
PublisherThe Concordium
Place PublishedSurrey, Eng.
KeywordsGerman author, Male author, US author
Annotation

One of Etzler’s pictures of eutopia through technology. These “visions” are very general and include considerable complaint about having been ignored. At the end he says that whether or not he gains support he will emigrate “to found a paradise in the tropical world”. On the technology, see also his The New World or Mechanical System, To Perform the Labours of Man and Beast by Inanimate Powers, That Cost Nothing, for Producing and Preparing the Substance of Life. With Plates. Philadelphia, PA: C. F. Stollmeyer, 1841. Rpt. in The Collected Works of John Adophus Etzler. Delmar, NY: Scholars’ Facsimiles & Reprints, 1977; and Description of the Naval Automation, Invented by J. A. Etzler and Patented in American and Europe. Philadelphia, PA: Ptd. by Gihon and Fairchild, [1841/42?]. Rpt. in The Collected Works of John Adophus Etzler. Delmar, NY: Scholars’ Facsimiles & Reprints, 1977. See also 1833 and 1843 Etzler and 1844 Etzler Emigration to the Tropical World.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. in The Collected Works of John Adolphus Etzler. Delmar, NY: Scholars’ Facsimiles & Reprints, 1977. Items separately paged.

Info Notes

He says that the first vision was published in the U. S. in 1834, but it is apparently lost. 

Holding Institutions

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Author Note

The author (1791?-1846?) was born in Germany and emigrated to the U. S. in 1831.

Full Text

1844 Etzler, J[ohn] A[dolphus] (1791?-1846?). Two Visions of J[ohn] A[dolphus] Etzler, (Author of the Paradise Within the Reach of All Men, By Powers of Nature and Machinery, and Other Writings Connected Therewith.) A Revelation of Futurity. Surrey, Eng.: The Concordium. Rpt. in The Collected Works of John Adolphus Etzler. Delmar, NY: Scholars’ Facsimiles & Reprints, 1977. Items separately paged. 15 pp. He says that the first vision was published in the U. S. in 1834, but it is apparently lost. ICN, MoU-St, PSt

One of Etzler’s pictures of eutopia through technology. These “visions” are very general and include considerable complaint about having been ignored. At the end he says that whether or not he gains support he will emigrate “to found a paradise in the tropical world”. On the technology, see also his The New World or Mechanical System, To Perform the Labours of Man and Beast by Inanimate Powers, That Cost Nothing, for Producing and Preparing the Substance of Life. With Plates. Philadelphia, PA: C. F. Stollmeyer, 1841. Rpt. in The Collected Works of John Adophus Etzler. Delmar, NY: Scholars’ Facsimiles & Reprints, 1977; and Description of the Naval Automation, Invented by J. A. Etzler and Patented in American and Europe. Philadelphia, PA: Ptd. by Gihon and Fairchild, [1841/42?]. Rpt. in The Collected Works of John Adophus Etzler. Delmar, NY: Scholars’ Facsimiles & Reprints, 1977. See also 1833 and 1843 Etzler and 1844 Etzler Emigration to the Tropical World. The author was born in Germany and emigrated to the U. S. in 1831.