Boys of England
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Boys of England was edited by the publisher and former Chartist Edwin John Brett. By the 1870s it had a circulation of 250,000, and a mainly working-class readership. By comparison to middle-class competitors such as The Boy's Own Paper, Boys of England was relatively unconcerned with Empire. Subject matters which predominated were history, rebels, crime, romance, the paranormal, and public schools.
- Christopher Banham, "England and America Against the World": Empire and the USE in Edwin J. Brett's Boys of England, 1866-99, Victorian Periodicals Review, 40:2, 2007, pp.151-71
- "Boys of England". Stanford University Libraries. Retrieved 20 December 2015.
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