In the Weekly Register of Politics, Facts and General Literature 4.93 (3 May 1845): 208, the author suggests future publication titles for the first three poems in this series.
The (anonymous) author note reads: As it is confidently anticipated that these Songs, so soon as the series shall have been completed, will be re-published under the special patronage of the Squatocracy, in the shape of Tegg's Warbler, it were better, perhaps, that they should all bear specific titles as above [i.e. as in the fourth poem in the series]. Let No. 1, then, be called 'Bush Morality'; No. 2, headed with this motto from Esther - 'And Haman told them of the glory of his riches (pastures), and of the multitude of his children (sheep); adding, however, 'Yet all this availeth me nothing, so long as I see Mordecai the Jew sitting at the king's gate.' And to complete their christening as far as yet published, let No. 3, be enetitled, ' A prime case against the Government, if well got up.'