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"A Proclamation"

Small paper-like card that may be filled out to ask for more information. On the back has a "Learn About" section: "Justice for all, but pledged to maintain the supremacy of the white race, the rights of Gentiles, and the integrity of the Protestant Faith, to shield sanctity of the home and chastity of womanhood, to uphold law and order and insist on the complete separation of Church and State, to exemplify the [...] benevolence and practice an honorable clannishness". Then reads "Our Positive Program": "To honor the glorious Union Jack as the sole flag of Canada and British Empire", "To perpetuate a United British Empire", "To serve the Protestant Church", "to promote the public school", "To fight for the sanctity of the home", "To promote Gentile Economic betterment", "To advocated White Supremacy and Racial Purity", "To promote respect for Law and Order". The conditions read: "You must be White, a Gentile, and a Protestant, eighteen years of age or over, and engaged in a limited vocation". On the back is a picture of a hooded person on a hooded horse holding an enflamed torch, with words "Yesterday, today, and forever", "the fiery summons".

"After District General Order".

Lieutenant Governor Arthur announces the repulse and defeat of invaders at the "Battle of the Windmill" at Prescott. Signed by Colonel Colley L.L. Foster, Assistant Adjutant General Printed.


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