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Scene 7: Cleaning Shoes
Scene 8: Ship's First Mate
Scene 9: British Admiral Montague
In this scene, the patriots are on the ship, taking their shoes off and making sure they have no tea in them.This was right after they dumped all the tea in. This was done because they feared that they would be connected to their treasonous act. In the background you can see the crates floating.
In this scene the the ship is looked over by a patriot. The ship's first mate is then forced to say that only the tea was damaged. This happened right after the patriots took of their shoes. In the background, you can seethe crates floating in the water.
In this scene the patriots are walking by Admiral Montague's house. You can see Montague watching them as they pass. They are holding their axes and hatchets on their shoulders. As they walked by a fife was being played. Montague yelled “Well boys, you have had a fine, pleasant evening for your Indian caper, but mind, you have got to pay the fiddler yet!”
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