First they prepare by waiting until evening and then started dressing up. Acting as if they were Indians. They were carrying hatchets, tomahawks, and clubs. Their faces were painted with coal dust from the blacksmith, many others were dressed and their faces painted.
They gathered to the top of Fort Hill, there were about 200 of them. They all were proceeding to move they each went two by two. They had looked almost identical to the Indians. They were heading to the Wharf!
There were men staying guard and they had decided to join the Indians. Instead of standing guard, because they were far too weak. They had realized that they had seen many family men and had big roles in the town. They were going to get on the ship and yell "No taxation Without Representation".