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March 21, 1840 - Chartist Circular - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
LEGISLATING FOR POSTERITY.

LEGISLATING FOR POSTERITY.

Puffendorf says, that we may divest ourselves of our liberty in favour of other men, in the same manner as we transfer our property from one to another by contracts and agreements. But this seems to be a very weak argument. For, in the first place, the property I alienate become
March 21, 1840 - Chartist Circular - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
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April 18, 1840 - Chartist Circular - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
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April 18, 1840 - Chartist Circular - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
The Corn-Isaw Repealers*

The Corn-Isaw Repealers*

« Wrongs O ye numberless, Whom foul oppression’s ruffian gluttony Drives from life’s plenteous feast! O thou poor wretch, Who, nursed in darkness, and made wild want, Roamest for prey ; yea, thy unnatural hand Does lift to deeds of blood ! Oh 1 pale-eyed form, The victim of sedu
April 18, 1840 - Chartist Circular - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
(To be continued.

(To be continued.

No one is more inclined to allow the most extensive rights to the people than I am. I allow that they have a right, if they will, to overthrow their government; that they have a right, if they will, to exersise their sovereignty collectively. —Lord John Russell’s Motion Reform,
April 18, 1840 - Chartist Circular - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
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March 28, 1840 - Chartist Circular - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
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April 18, 1840 - Chartist Circular - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
COUNSELLOR.

COUNSELLOR.

At present, please your Majesty, there’s Not a whisper to disturb the calm serenity around thee ; All is tranquil as a summer lake, o’er which the gentlest Winds of heaven are breathing. QUEEN. How bless’d indeed should be the Queen of Such a happy land ! But list! lam not super
April 18, 1840 - Chartist Circular - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
AMERICAN WARFARE.

AMERICAN WARFARE.

The people of this country know little of American warfare, and how their marksmen are bred. We shall, enlighten them, relate little anecdote, which will shew how Boon they begin to understand this mode of wartare, and how they follow it. In the memorable year 1814, the British
April 18, 1840 - Chartist Circular - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland