The People"s Journal for Northern Counties

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SeriesNewsplan 2000
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 microfilm reel
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–50 The People's Journal. This newspaper is published by n & Co. Ltd in Dundee, Angus, Scotland. It was digitised The Peoples Journal for Northern Counties book first made available on the British Newspaper Archive in The latest issues were added in Earliest issue: January 2, ; Latest.

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The People's Journal, first published inwas a Dundee-based Scottish periodical, originally produced by John Leng & Co., a local publishing company that for a time enjoyed the Scottish artist, political cartoonist, postcard illustrator and publisher Martin Anderson (better known by his pseudonym Cynicus) as a member of its r contributor was Camilla Dufour nes: The Beano, Classics from the.

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The peoples of Japan, China India, and Africa, etc. have their pagan Gods but, among the peoples of Anglo-Saxondom, you will always find the Bible and worship of Jesus Christ.