The people need to meet again at the Old South Church
As of November 29 to 30 meeting, the way that they wanted to find a way to prevent the British East India Company Tea from being unloaded. Samuel Adams recorded the following words''The people need to meet again at the Old South Church. They have ascertained the the owner. They told him they were going to have tea boarded onto the ship, so they are having a discussion about it.
They started arguing about if they wanted to throw the tea overboard or if they shouldn't. The atmosphere was tense and people were arguing about whether the decision should be final or not. Thomas Hutchinson wanted the tea to be immediately unloaded and wouldn't let the ships leave until all the tea was unloaded.
It was decided by the meeting that Francis Rotch and a committee would go to The Custom's House to demand a pass for the Dartmouth to leave Boston Harbor. The officials at the house couldn't grant their demand. For it was not their authority to do so. The decision was to leave Boston without unloaded the cargo of British India Company Tea.