The Chartist Circular (Chartist) 1839

An unstamped weekly (28 September 1839 – 9 July 1842), one of the most popular Chartist publications, published in Glasgow by the Universal Suffrage Committee for Scotland, and aimed at a lower and middle-class readership.

Poems appearing in this periodical

1839

Poem title Poets Date Vol etc. Transcribed? id #
Ode to Labour. (From Tait’s Magazine) An Industrious Englishman 1839-10-12 Volume: 1, Issue: 3, Page: 12 yes 1
Song to the Men of England Shelley, Percy Bysshe 1839-10-19 Volume: 1, Issue: 4, Page: 16 no 2
To My Country: Appealing Against a Prolonged Usurpation of a Faction 1839-10-19 Volume: 1, Issue: 4, Page: 16 no 3231
The Debt;—A Pathetic Ballad John Bull (pseudonym) 1839-10-26 Volume: 1, Issue: 5, Page: 20 no 3
Prospects of Britain Author of “Poland” 1839-11-02 Volume: 1, Issue: 6, Page: 24 no 4
Ode to Tyrants Wolcot, John 1839-11-09 Volume: 1, Issue: 7, Page: 28 no 5
On the Might of Right G. D. (poet; The Chartist Circular) 1839-11-16 Volume: 1, Issue: 8, Page: 32 no 6
Disgrace to the man who would still repress 1839-11-23 Volume: 1, Issue: 9, Page: 36 no 7
An English Workman’s Address to England E. P. (poet; The Chartist Circular) 1839-12-07 Volume: 1, Issue: 11, Page: 44 no 8
Songs for the People No. II Donald, George (1800-1851) 1839-12-14 Volume: 1, Issue: 12, Page: 48 no 9
Do Kings or Nobles Care For Us? 1839-12-21 Volume: 1, Issue: 13, Page: 52 no 10
The Many and the Few. An Appeal for the Right E. P. (poet; The Chartist Circular) 1839-12-28 Volume: 1, Issue: 14, Page: 56 no 11