Polin, Edward (M)

b. 29 December 1816. d. 22 August 1843. Nationality: Scottish.
Draw-boy, hand-loom weaver, pattern-setter, and Chartist poet. From Paisley. Briefly, in 1843, editor of *Newcastle Courant*. Biographical information: *Paisley Poets*, ed. by Robert Brown, J. & J. Cook, 1890, vol. 2, p. 56. (AC)

Poems associated with this person

Poem title Date Periodical Roles id #
Scotland’s Song of Liberty, to William Lovett, John Collins, and Dr P. M. M’Douall, On their liberation from the Prisons of England, July and August, 1840 1840-09-05 The Chartist Circular Poet 1184
The Freeman and the Slave 1840-10-10 The Chartist Circular Poet 54
The Toilers’ Homes of England 1840-11-21 The Chartist Circular Poet 60
Address to the Enslaved Millions 1840-12-12 The Chartist Circular Poet 63
No King or Peer for me 1841-04-17 The Chartist Circular Poet 96
The Auld Man’s Prayer 1841-04-24 The Chartist Circular Poet 97
Invocation to the Unenfranchised 1841-05-08 The Chartist Circular Poet 99
War 1841-11-20 The Chartist Circular Poet 129
The Future 1841-11-20 The Chartist Circular Poet 9816
The Common Foe 1842-01-15 The Chartist Circular Poet 137