God

Deity mentioned in the Cotton Famine poems

General References

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Poems

  1. Abraham Lincoln, Assassinated April 14th, 1865, by Laon, May 6th 1865
  2. Freedom to the Slaves, by G. G. N., October 5th 1861
  3. Relief for Lancashire, by H., November 22nd, 1862
  4. A Song of the Cotton Famine, by unknown, November 8th, 1862
  5. Lancashire Distress , by [Unknown], June 28th 1862
  6. A Briton's Appeal, by John Parry (Boatbuilder), July 26th 1862
  7. Can You Help Us a Bit?, by Mr. W. Stitt Jenkins, October 25th 1862
  8. Farewell Old Year, by Thomas Hodson, Dec 26th 1863
  9. Lines, by Samuel Laycock, November 12th, 1864
  10. Hoamly Chat, by Williffe Cunliam, 11th July 1863
  11. The Lancashire Hills, by E____h W____n, 1st August 1863
  12. God Help the Poor!, by Williffe Cunliam, 29th August 1863
  13. Thenkful Jone, by Williffe Cunliam, 5th September 1863
  14. God Help the Poor, by W. H. Webb, April 5 1862
  15. The Silent Mills of Lancashire, by Rev. J. Baker, Dec 27 1862
  16. 1862, by [Unknown], Dec 27 1862
  17. The Mill-Hand's PetitionLancashire Lyrics: Modern Songs and Ballads of the County Palatine, by [Unknown], 1866
  18. Cheer up a Bit LongerLancashire Lyrics: Modern Songs and Ballads of the County Palatine, by Samuel Laycock, 1866
  19. The Lancashire Factory Girl (An "Ower True" Picture), by H. M., 29/11/1862
  20. Lancashire in 1862, by J. Bowker, 3rd Jan 1863
  21. Counsel to the Americans, by J. B., 5th Sept 1863
  22. Eawt o' Wark.Phases of Distress: Lancashire Rhymes, by Joseph Ramsbottom, 1864, 1864
  23. The Cry of the Operative, by William Clarke, Nov 15 1862
  24. The Lancashire Operative's Hymn, by John Plummer, Nov 22 1862
  25. To All the Suffering Sons of Toil, by [Unknown], Sept 6 1862
  26. Weeping, by Abe Jones, Nov 22 1862
  27. Frettin'Songs of the People: Lancashire Dialect Poetry of the Industrial Revolution, by Joseph Ramsbottom, 1864
  28. Th' Owd PedlarSongs of the People: Lancashire Dialect Poetry of the Industrial Revolution, by Joseph Ramsbottom, 1864
  29. Gooin' t' SchooSongs of the People: Lancashire Dialect Poetry of the Industrial Revolution, by Joseph Ramsbottom, 1864
  30. Eawr Factory SkooSongs of the People: Lancashire Dialect Poetry of the Industrial Revolution, by E. Moss, 1977
  31. It's Hard to Ceawr i' th' Chimney NookSongs of the People: Lancashire Dialect Poetry of the Industrial Revolution, by Samuel Laycock, 1977
  32. A Mother's Wail, by John Plummer, 24th May 1862
  33. Sewin' Class SongSongs of the People: Lancashire Dialect Poetry of the Industrial Revolution, by Samuel Laycock, 1977
  34. Sympathy with LancashireBritish Library Newspapers, Part II: 1800-1900., by [Unknown], Thursday, October 23, 1862
  35. The Lancashire WailBritish Library Newspapers, Part II: 1800-1900., by [Unknown], Wednesday, January 29, 1863
  36. The Lancashire Operatives' Appeal, by William Eaton, Wednesday, November 26, 1862
  37. Christmas, 1861, by W. A. Abram, Dec 21st, 1861
  38. Old Shuttle, by W. F. M., Wednesday, July 09, 1862
  39. America, by J. R., Wednesday, October 15, 1862
  40. Hard Times, by John Plummer, Wednesday, November 05, 1862
  41. The Cry of the Crowd, by William Billington, May 10th 1862
  42. The Cotton Famine, by A Blackburn Weaver, May 17th 1862
  43. The Smokeless Chimney, by E. J. B., June 21st 1862
  44. The Lancashire Famine. A Contrast. Then and Now; Or Past and Present. Then, or Past, by Y. Stonmarket, January 17, 1863
  45. The Believer's Prayer on the American War, by [Unknown], June 20, 1863
  46. To the Departing Emigrants, by William Billington, July 04, 1863
  47. New Voices from the Crowd, by W. C. Bennett, August 22, 1863
  48. The Rising of the People, by [Unknown], February 13, 1864
  49. God Help the Poor, by unknown, October 19th 1861
  50. God Help the Poor, by [Unknown], Feb 22nd 1862
  51. Lessons of the Year (Punch), by unknown, Jan 10th 1863
  52. The Captives, by unknown, May 2nd 1863
  53. Prayin' Jemmy, by S. Laycock, July 11th 1863
  54. What Are We to Do, by Samuel Laycock, Aug 29th 1863
  55. A Prayer for Peace, by John Charles Twist, Sept 5th 1863
  56. Lines Read Before the Members of the Stalybridge Mechanics Institution on Saturday Evening, Sep. 12, 1863, by Samuel Laycock, Oct 3rd 1863
  57. The Poet's Berevement, by J. C. Prince, April 9th 1864
  58. Rest To-Morrow, by Samuel Laycock, August 6th 1864
  59. Domestic Verses, by J. C. Prince, August 13th 1864
  60. American Slavery, by unknown, Jan 7th 1865
  61. The Cream of Punch – 'Ink, Blood and Tears (The Taking of Fort Sumter)', by unknown, 11/5/61
  62. In Praise of Lancashire Men, by unknown, Jan 25 1862
  63. 'The Southerner's Oath – by a Lady of New Orleans', by unknown, 16/5/63
  64. [Oh Men with Sisters Dear], by unknown, October 14th 1865
  65. True Christians, by Abe Jones, Aug 2 1862
  66. Oh! Rich Man, Hear What A. B. C. Can Say to Thee, by Alcæus, Dec 5 1862
  67. A Sorry Christmas, by unknown, Dec 28th 1861
  68. Better Times to England, by Sheldon Chadwick, March 29th 1862
  69. Harvest and Vintage, by A. J. Duganne, 16th August 1862
  70. Two Graves, by J. O. Tildesley, 30th August 1862
  71. A Song for the Poor, by Thomas Lumb, 4th October 1862
  72. Remember the Poor, by Edwin Waugh, 24th January 1863
  73. The Operative on the Approach of Summer, by P., July 25th 1863
  74. Squandered Lives, by Bayard Taylor, 22nd August 1863
  75. Appeal for the Poor, by unknown, February 20th 1864
  76. Only a Baby's Grave, by L. N., 30th April 1864
  77. A Lancashire Doxology, by unknown, July 2nd 1864
  78. Samuel Crompton, by J. H., May 27th 1865
  79. A Christmas Carol, by K, December 28th 1861
  80. An Appeal for the Modest Poor, by unknown, July 5th 1862
  81. The Voice of Want, by David Little, August 16th 1862
  82. A Christmas Carol, by unknown, December 20th, 1862
  83. There Must Be Heaven, by Sheldon Chadwick, April 18, 1863
  84. The Lotus-Planter, by Theodore Tilton, April 25, 1863
  85. The Better Land, by L. S., June 13, 1863
  86. Series of Poems, by Henry Anderton, August 8th, 1863
  87. Time is on the Wing, by William Billington, August 29th 1863
  88. John Well-to-do's Business Mixed with His Sunday Prayers, by unknown, September 5th 1863
  89. Battle Hymn of the Republic, by Mrs. Julia Ward Howe, September 26th, 1863
  90. Merry Christmas Eve, by Gerald Massey, December 26, 1863
  91. The Cry of the Unemployed, by Gerald Massey, Jan 2, 1864
  92. Monday Morning, by Henry Yates, February 27, 1864
  93. In Memoriam.Washington Wilks, Died 27th June, 1864, by unknown, July 2, 1864
  94. Heaw to Ged Rich, by W. Billington, July 16, 1864
  95. The Lords of Land and Money, by Gerald Massey, September 10, 1864
  96. Work, by W. H. Bellamy, October 22nd 1864
  97. Father Christmas, by F. P. A., December 24, 1864
  98. Our Fathers Are Praying for Pauper Pay, by Gerald Massey, April 1, 1865
  99. The Cotton Boll., by Henry Timrod, September 3rd 1861
  100. A Lancashire Doxology., by Miss Muloch, October 21st 1864
  101. A Prayer., by E. Coe, March 7th 1863
  102. A New King., by Prof. Charles L. Porter, February 8th 1861
  103. O, Flag of Our Country., by E. Norman Gunnison, February 20th 1862
  104. The Starving Cotton Spinners’ Christmas Lament, by Rev. Thomas M. Freeman, December 13th 1862
  105. John Bull’s Prayer., by Unknown, March 5th 1862
  106. A Voice Out of the Distress, by J. Lee, July 25th 1863
  107. A Word With Lady Lions., by Unknown, November 8th 1861
  108. Freedom's Anthem, by Joseph Barnes, March 21st 1862
  109. Charity! A Word to the Rich., by By The Author Of “Proverbial Philosophy”,
  110. A Plea for the Cotton District, by Unknown, March 21st 1863
  111. Jonathan to John., by Unknown, February 7th 1862
  112. 1861. – God Bless The Year., by Henry Dowson, January 3rd 1861
  113. Give Back His Slave!, by W.C.Bennett, January 17th 1861
  114. Sympathy With Lancashire., by Hampden, October 23rd 1862
  115. Father Christmas., by W. Billington, December 27th 1862
  116. WRONGS AND RIGHTS, by W. C., January 25th 1862
  117. Untitled, by [Unknown], 20-02-1864
  118. A PRAYER FOR PEACE., by J. CRITCHLEY PRINCE, 1862-01-11
  119. THANK GOD FOR SUMMER., by ELIZA COOK., 1862-05-24
  120. SYMPATHY. (A SOLILOQUY BY JOHN BULL.), by [Unknown], 1861-06-22
  121. THE COTTON FAMINE., by [Unknown], Saturday, May 02, 1863
  122. Hearts and Homes., by Unknown, October 4th 1862
  123. Bread! Bread! Bread!, by T., April 8th 1862
  124. Corn., by E. Ross White, February 28th 1863
  125. The Dying Workman., by John Plummer, November 8th 1862
  126. To the Mob-Defying Abolitionists., by Jane Ashby, April 5th 1861
  127. Lines, by Jane Ashby, January 30th 1863
  128. King Cotton., by Unknown, February 26th 1864
  129. Words from Hungry Lips, by Henry Morford, 1867
  130. Of America: A Voice from the Crowd., by W. C. Bennett, August 15th 1863
  131. John Bull Turned Quaker., by W. M. Burwell, April 1st 1863