Lt. William Dudingston, I want you to patrol the waters in Narragansett Bay.
On June 9, 1772, the Sons of Liberty boarded the HMS Gaspee
I have had enough of Lt. Dudingston. He has gone on too long stealing our stuff for no reason. Now I am going to raid his ship.
I have had enough of you. You are coming with me and we are burning your boat down. You will no longer be able to assault innocent people for their goods.
No please don't! I'm sorry for raiding those innocent merchants. Please spare me.
Haha Lt. Dudingston, now that your ship, the HMS Gaspee, is on fire, how are you going to bother innocent traders now?
Thank you very much Mr. Judge.
You're alright chief. I know you did the right thing!
Once upon a time in the newly settled America, a man by the name William Dudingston set sail to patrol the Narragansett Bay Area. He stopped traders, and raided their goods for his own. Luckily the Sons Of Liberty rushed in to save the day. They ended up capturing Dudingston, and setting his boat on fire. If this were a movie I would name it the "The Great Gaspee."