Publication: A Parody
Publication type: Broadside
No full copy of this poem is available.
Archive/Library: National Library of Scotland
Classmark(s): RB.l.54(39); ABS.10.206.02(35)
This poem is addressed to England, Erin and Scotland, and it asks all three to 'rally round' the Reformers, who are portrayed as patriots; the Tories are portrayed as the cowards, who deny the freedom that 'our forefathers won'. Above the poem appears a figure of a man, potentially the anti-reform Duke of Wellington, looking confused. The poem was sold by W. Smith of Nicholson Street, Edinburgh.