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(1778-1866) US clergyman and author whose Future History, Memoir of the Northern Kingdom, Written, A D 1872 [for full title see Checklist below] (dated 1901 but 1808), describes the world as of the date of its claimed composition. Politics dominates the account. America has been split into three parts: the Southern States, now a monarchy under the influence of France; the Northern States, at peace with Canada due to the marriage of the King of Canada to the daughter of the American president; and the Republican Middle States. Monarchy is seen to be the best form of government to bring all three dissident regions into one union. [JC]
Reverend William Jenks
born Newton, Massachusetts: 25 November 1778
died 13 November 1866
- Memoir of the Northern Kingdom, Written, A D 1872 by the Late Rev Williamson Jahsenykes, LL D and Hon Member of the Royal American Board of Literature, in Six Letters to his Son (Boston, Massachusetts: Ferrand and Mallory, 1808) [title page gives Quebeck, A D 1901: binding unknown/]
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