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treets talked boastingly of their subjects in America,Rebel was the uniform title of those despised subjects (and as our own eloquent Keiley once said):
This sneer was the substitute for argument, which Camden and Chatham met in the Lords, and Burke and Barre in the Commons, as their eloquent voices were raised for justice to the Americans of the last century.
Disperse Rebels was the opening gun at Lexington.
Rebels was the sneer of General Gage addressed to the brave lads of Boston Commonst corporal; R. A. Bowery, second corporal; W. W. Lee, third corporal; W. H. Barlow, fourth corporal.
Privates—Thomas Mercer, W. H. Pierce, John Pierce, John H. Dix, J. H. Barlow, Jr., T. J. Barlow, R. G. Barlow, G. O. Ball, J. V. Bidgood, William Burke, R. Barham, W. Miles Cary, J. W. Clarke, C. B. Coakley, R. Crandall, Thomas C. Carrington, G. W. Clowes, J. A. Davis, J. W. Davis. S. N. Deneufville, Henry L. Dix, W. C. Durfey, W. F. Gilliam, W. G. Gatewood, Benjamin Gilliam, R. J. Griffin,