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    The Chartist Circular [No. 98, August 7, 1841] (½d, 4pp)
    • 411 · The Victim: A Painting [Part 13 of 16] · Argus · sl
    • 412 · The Land of the Brave and the Free! · E. La Mont · pm


    The Chartist Circular [No. 99, August 14, 1841] (½d, 4pp)
    • 415 · “Faction Fights” in Ireland [Part 1 of 2] · [uncredited] · sl
      (from Mr. And Mrs. Hall’s Ireland).
    • 416 · The Victim: A Painting [Part 14 of 16] · Argus · sl; mispaginated 146.
    • 416 · A Little Hymn, for Little Republicans · Argus · pm


    The Chartist Circular [No. 100, August 21, 1841] (½d, 4pp)
    • 418 · “Faction Fights” in Ireland [Part 2 of 2] · [uncredited] · sl
      (from Mr. And Mrs. Hall’s Ireland).
    • 420 · Lines to a Little Republican · Argus · pm



    The Chartist Circular [No. 102, September 4, 1841] (½d, 4pp)
    • 427 · The Victim: A Painting [Part 16 of 16] · Argus · sl
    • 428 · A Tale: In the Manner of Sterne · [uncredited] · ss
    • 428 · A Prayer of the Afflicted · J. D. · pm











    The Chartist Circular [No. 112, November 13, 1841] (½d, 4pp)
    • 467 · Lines for the Educated Addressed to Henry Brougham · Argus · pm
    • 467 · A Tale of the Swedish Revolution [Part 4 of 11] · [uncredited] · sl
    • 468 · Here’s a Health Beloved Erin, to Thee! · [uncredited] · pm




    The Chartist Circular [No. 115, December 4, 1841] (½d, 4pp)
    • 480 · No Work and Receiving Charity · Ora · pm
    • 480 · A Tale of the Swedish Revolution [Part 7 of 11] · [uncredited] · sl



    The Chartist Circular [No. 117, December 18, 1841] (½d, 4pp)
    • 487 · A Tale of the Swedish Revolution [Part 9 of 11] · [uncredited] · sl
    • 488 · The Honest Petition of Certain Members of Independent Kirk of Scotland · Dunfermline · pm









    The Chartist Circular [No. 125, February 12, 1842] (½d, 4pp)
    [no fiction. Notice, p. 520: “To the agents and readers of the ”Circular“ - to the Chartist Associations - Committees, Lecturers - to the Delegates Who Composed the Late Scottish Convention, and to the Friends of the Working Classes in General. p In consequence of commercial depression, and various other causes, the circulation of this Periodical is so far reduced that its income is inadequate to its expenditure; it will therefore soon cease to exist, unless measures be immediately adopted by the districts of Scotland to extend its sale by raising its circulation among those Associations who now receive it, and establishing it among those who do not.”]















    The Chartist Circular [No. 139, May 21, 1842] (½d, 4pp)
    • 574-575 · A Legend of Peter the Cruel [Part 7 of 8] · Alexandre Dumas · sl
    • 575 · The Pioneers; or, A Tale of the Radical Rising at Strathaven in 1820 [Part 1 of 4] · [uncredited] · sl
    • 575 · A Chapter for the History of Legal Murders [Part 1 of 2] · [uncredited] · sl
    • 576 · The Income Tax - A Song · [uncredited] · pm


    The Chartist Circular [No. 140, May 28, 1842] (½d, 4pp)
    • 578 · The Pioneers; or, A Tale of the Radical Rising at Strathaven in 1820 [Part 2 of 4] · [uncredited] · sl
    • 578-579 · A Legend of Peter the Cruel [Part 8 of 8] · Alexandre Dumas · sl
    • 579 · A Chapter for the History of Legal Murders [Part 2 of 2] · [uncredited] · sl
    • 580 · Past and Present · George Donald · pm





    The Chartist Circular [No. 144, June 25, 1842] (½d, 4pp)
    • 595-596 · Don’t Enlist: A Tale for the Chartist Circular [Part 1 of 2] · Rechab · sl
    • 596 · Song of the Chartist Emigrant · John Anderson · pm


    The Chartist Circular [No. 145, July 2, 1842] (½d, 4pp)
    • 598 · The Pioneers; or, A Tale of the Radical Rising at Strathaven in 1820 [Part 3 of 4] · [uncredited] · sl
    • 600 · The Remonstrance of the Lowly · [uncredited] · pm Tait’s Magazine
    • 600 · Don’t Enlist [Part 2 of 2] · Rechab, uncredited · sl


    The Chartist Circular [No. 146, July 9, 1842] (½d, 4pp)
    p. 601. Our Last Circular. It is nearly three years now since this periodical was ushered into existence, and during that time it has imparted to our minds much happiness, and been also the source of much painful anxiety. No sinister motive influenced its projectors - a desire to propagate the pure principles of democracy, and to aid in elevating the proscribed working classes to the rank of freemen, constituted our only aim and object. Its unprecedented cheapness precluded the most distant prospect of pecuniary advantage, and even had any profit been derived, this would have been presented to the people as a free offering on the altar of liberty. [etc.]
    • 602-603 · The Pioneers; or, A Tale of the Radical Rising at Strathaven in 1820 [Part 4 of 4] · [uncredited] · sl


    Chase   (about)
    A short-lived mystery digest that never lived up to its initial promise.

    • Publishers:
      • Health Knowledge, Inc.; 119 Fifth Avenue, New York 3, NY: Chase.
    • Editors:
















    Chatelaine [August 1928] (standard)
    Issue partially indexed from The Standard Index of Short Stories by Francis J. Hannigan.



    Chatelaine [October 1928] (standard)
    Issue partially indexed from The Standard Index of Short Stories by Francis J. Hannigan.


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