John Bull

A personification mentioned in the Cotton Famine poems

General References

Poems

  1. John Bull in Trouble, by S. Wright, October 25th 1862
  2. Settling th'War, by Williffe Cunliam, 22nd August 1863
  3. A New Song, by A.R. H–d-y, Wednesday, December 18, 1861
  4. A Fair Offer from John Bull to Miss Columbia, by [Unknown], Jan 11 1862
  5. A Roar from John Bull, by unknown, Jan 18th, 1862
  6. Mr Bull to His American Bullies, by unknown, October 10th 1863
  7. The Right of Search., by Boscawen, December 30th 1861
  8. Conscience and Cotton., by Walter Anonym., January 23rd 1862
  9. Jonathan to John Bull, by John G. Saxe, October 6th 1865
  10. London Times on American Affairs., by Unknown, November 30th 1861
  11. The Lion Pawing the Eagle., by A Maryland Exile, January 24th 1862
  12. Britisher to Beecher., by Punch, February 4th 1864
  13. Bull v Bird., by C., December 30th 1861
  14. Johnny Bull., by O. P. Q., May 8th 1862
  15. John Bull’s Prayer., by Unknown, March 5th 1862
  16. Jonathan to John., by Unknown, February 7th 1862
  17. King Cotton in the Vocative., by P., February 28th 1862
  18. John Bull and the Frenchman., by Unknown, August 9th 1863
  19. Advice to Federal America, by [Unknown], 30-01-1864
  20. SYMPATHY. (A SOLILOQUY BY JOHN BULL.), by [Unknown], 1861-06-22
  21. Jonathan on the Mason-Slidell Affair., by Unknown, February 3rd 1862
  22. English Patriotism., by Unknown, March 8th 1862
  23. Aour Blockade., by Charity Grimes, February 28th 1863
  24. To Pot and Kettle (from Punch), by Unknown, September 2nd 1861
  25. John Bull Turned Quaker., by W. M. Burwell, April 1st 1863