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In Favor Of
The protection of American  – Mechanics against Foreign Pauper Labor.  Foreigners hafing a residence in the country of 21 years before voting.  Our present Free School system – Carrying out the laws of the State, as regards sending back Foreign Paupers and Criminals.
Opposed To
Papal Aggression and Roman Catholician Foreigners Holding office.  Raising Foreign Military Companies in the United States.  Nunneries and the Jesuits.  To being taxed for the support of Foreign paupers millions of dollars yearly.  To secret Foreign Orders in the U. S.  We are burdened with enormous taxes by foreigners.  We are corrupted in the morals of our youth.  We are interfered with in our government.  We are forced into collisions with other nations.  We are tampered with in our religion.  We are injured in our labor.  We are assailed in our freedon of speach.
The patriot is published by J.E. Farwell & Co., 32 congress St., Boston, And for Sale at the Periodical Depots in this place.  Single copies 4 Cents.

Boston Tea Party

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ADAM LINK, AGED 102,

ONE OF THE SURVIVORS OF THE REVOLUTION.
Entered according to act of congress, in the year 1864, by N. A. & R. A. Moore, of Hartford, in the clerk’s office of the district court of connecticut.
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 LEMUEL COOK, AGED 105

SURVIVORS OF THE REVOLUTION.
Entered according to act of congress, in the year 1864, by N. A. & R. A. Moore, of Hartford, in the clerk’s office of the district court of Connecticut.
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ALEXANDER MILLENER, AGED 104

ONE OF THE SURVIVORS OF THE REVOLUTION.

Entered according to act of Congress, in the year 1864, by N. A. & R. A. Moore, of Hartford, in the clerk’s office of the district court of Connecticut.

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 STLVANUS SNOW

BORN 17 MARCH 1731/1732
Snow, Sylvanus. Private, Capt. John Grannis’s co.
Capt. John Grannis’s co. commanded by Lieut. James Blossom; service from Sept. 1, 1776, to Nov. 21, 1776
Snow, Sylvanus. Capt. Isaac Stone’s Company, Lieut. Peter Keith;
Snow, Silvanus. Col. Durkee’s Fourth Regiment, Continental Line, May 28, 1778, 8 months
On June 28, ’78 engaged closely at Battle of Monmouth. Col Durkee then commanding the Brigade. Lieut Col. Russell in command at close of the action.
 Stlvanus Snow is my ancestor.  Does anyone have a picture of him?
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General Gage

Engraved by William Sartain
Created/Published:c1899

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