Paradise

Religious place within the Cotton Famine poems

37 poems mentioning

  1. South and North – Snake and Lion, by Laon, December 24, 1864
  2. Lines, by Samuel Laycock, November 12th, 1864
  3. The Silent Mills of Lancashire, by Rev. J. Baker, Dec 27 1862
  4. Counsel to the Americans, by J. B., 5th Sept 1863
  5. The Cry of the Crowd, by William Billington, May 10th 1862
  6. The Cotton Famine, by A Blackburn Weaver, May 17th 1862
  7. The Lancashire Famine. A Contrast. Then and Now; Or Past and Present. Then, or Past, by Y. Stonmarket, January 17, 1863
  8. The Believer's Prayer on the American War, by [Unknown], June 20, 1863
  9. To the Departing Emigrants, by William Billington, July 04, 1863
  10. Song of the Emigrant, by John Baron, July 11, 1863
  11. New Voices from the Crowd, by W. C. Bennett, August 22, 1863
  12. The Operative's Home, by W. M. Billington, October 3, 1863
  13. A Night with the Brother of "Mine Host" of "Who Could Have Thought It?" Grimshaw Park, Blackburn, by W. M. Billington, July 30, 1864
  14. Mother, the Angels Call Your Child, by M. H. L. Saddleworth, August 20th 1864
  15. American Slavery, by unknown, Jan 7th 1865
  16. The Cream of Punch – 'Ink, Blood and Tears (The Taking of Fort Sumter)', by unknown, 11/5/61
  17. The Cream of Punch – 'Rule Britannia', by unknown, 9/5/63
  18. 'England', by Amos Wilson, 12/3/64
  19. The Song of Death, by unknown, 17th May 1862
  20. Be Doubtful-Hearted Never, by Sheldon Chadwick, 18th October 1862
  21. A Christmas Carol for 1862, by George MacDonald, 27th December 1862
  22. A Lancashire Doxology, by unknown, July 2nd 1864
  23. An Appeal for the Modest Poor, by unknown, July 5th 1862
  24. Bullets and Blood, by W. Billington, October 18th 1862
  25. There Must Be Heaven, by Sheldon Chadwick, April 18, 1863
  26. The Better Land, by L. S., June 13, 1863
  27. John Well-to-do's Business Mixed with His Sunday Prayers, by unknown, September 5th 1863
  28. April 20, 1864, by Private Miles O'Reilly, May 14, 1864
  29. Work, by W. H. Bellamy, October 22nd 1864
  30. Our Fathers Are Praying for Pauper Pay, by Gerald Massey, April 1, 1865
  31. The Cotton Boll., by Henry Timrod, September 3rd 1861
  32. A Lancashire Doxology., by Miss Muloch, October 21st 1864
  33. Charity! A Word to the Rich., by By The Author Of “Proverbial Philosophy”,
  34. A Plea for the Cotton District, by Unknown, March 21st 1863
  35. Hearts and Homes., by Unknown, October 4th 1862
  36. Two Aprils., by Unknown, October 4th 1862
  37. The Dying Workman., by John Plummer, November 8th 1862