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54 poems mentioning England

  1. Can You Help Us a Bit?, by Mr. W. Stitt Jenkins, October 25th 1862
  2. Lines, by Samuel Laycock, November 12th, 1864
  3. The Cotton Famine – Christmas, 1862, by Samuel Clarkson, 1st March 1863
  4. The Cream of Punch – 'Notice to the North', by [Unknown], 7/12/61
  5. God Help the Poor, by W. H. Webb, April 5 1862
  6. [Untitled], by [Unknown], Dec 27 1862
  7. 1862, by [Unknown], Dec 27 1862
  8. Lancashire in 1862, by J. Bowker, 3rd Jan 1863
  9. Surrender of Mason and Slidell, by [Unknown], Jan 11 1862
  10. Famine, Fever, and Frost, by Anon., Nov 22 1862
  11. Eawr Factory Skoo, by E. Moss, 1977
  12. Coals of Fire, by unknown, Wednesday, January 21, 1863
  13. The Coming of the "Griswold", by Adam Chester, Wednesday, February 18, 1863
  14. The Cry of the Crowd No.II, by W. Billington, May 24th 1862
  15. Poland and America. In Imitation of Kingsley's "Three Fishermmen", by Gulielmus, September 12, 1863
  16. England and the American War, by Richard Rawcliffe, October 24, 1863
  17. The Land of My Birth, by The Rev. Dr. Raffles, December 21st, 1861
  18. Relief for Lancashire, by A Lankyshir Lad, February 28th 1863
  19. Richard Cobden, by unknown, April 8th, 1865
  20. In Praise of Lancashire Men, by unknown, Jan 25 1862
  21. The Cream of Punch – 'Rule Britannia', by unknown, 9/5/63
  22. 'England', by Amos Wilson, 12/3/64
  23. True Christians, by Abe Jones, Aug 2 1862
  24. French Message, by Anon, Nov 28 1862
  25. Better Times to England, by Sheldon Chadwick, March 29th 1862
  26. Yankeedom to England, by unknown, 2nd August 1862
  27. Homeless, by Adelaide A. Procter, 25th October 1862
  28. Let Us Labor, One and All, by WM. Billington, March 2, 1861
  29. Lament for the Castaways, by W. A. Abram, December 27, 1862
  30. In Memoriam.Washington Wilks, Died 27th June, 1864, by unknown, July 2, 1864
  31. The Lords of Land and Money, by Gerald Massey, September 10, 1864
  32. Our Fathers Are Praying for Pauper Pay, by Gerald Massey, April 1, 1865
  33. The Right of Search., by Boscawen, December 30th 1861
  34. The Lion Pawing the Eagle., by A Maryland Exile, January 24th 1862
  35. Britisher to Beecher., by Punch, February 4th 1864
  36. A Prayer., by E. Coe, March 7th 1863
  37. O, Flag of Our Country., by E. Norman Gunnison, February 20th 1862
  38. Mason and Slidell., by L. L. A. V., January 7th 1862
  39. Theatre Royal Amateur Theatricals, by J. R. Marsh, May 18th 1861
  40. Mr Cheetham and Cotton., by Unknown, August 10th 1861
  41. The Savage Club in Manchester, by Shirley Brooks, September 6th 1862
  42. The New Christmas Pantomime, by Unknown, December 20th 1862
  43. The Mote and Beam., by Rev. T. Hempstead., July 9th 1862
  44. John Bull and the Frenchman., by Unknown, August 9th 1863
  45. Cotton is King!, by [Unknown], 1861
  46. [May the rose of England], by Unknown, July 19th 1862
  47. From the Richmond Whig. Message of Old Abe, To The Federal Congress, 4th July, 1861., by Unknown, July 8th 1861
  48. A Warning., by Unknown, May 9th 1863
  49. The Dying Workman., by John Plummer, November 8th 1862
  50. Abraham Lincoln., by Owl, May 6th 1865
  51. The Great Show of Beauregard, Johnston, Jeff. Davis & Co., by Unknown, September 7th 1861
  52. To the Mob-Defying Abolitionists., by Jane Ashby, April 5th 1861
  53. The Lancashire Operative., by Jane Ashby, February 6th 1863
  54. Of America: A Voice from the Crowd., by W. C. Bennett, August 15th 1863