Tea Party of 1747

Tea Party of 1747

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  • Late 1747 (At Master Wallace's House In Boston, ME.)
  • I am outraged! How dare you insult my name with this monstrous mess? You will be beaten at once!
  •  I-i'm so sorry sir! It wasn't on purpose! 
  • Late 1747 (At Master Wallace's House In Boston, ME.)
  • Wait! Don't beat him, he has never even seen tea before, let alone made it. 
  • Late 1747 (At Master Wallace's House In Boston, ME.)
  • AHAHAHA! You're forgiven, Boulton! Hahahaha!
  • Master Wallace was furious, thinking a nasty prank was played on him. He wanted Boulton to be whipped until he couldn't even cry out of sheer pain. (History: Slavery, Public Whipping) 
  • Several Years Later (Portland, ME.)
  • Back, back you foul boys! Or you shall be whipped until blood soaks your pantiloons!
  • Boulton's previous master, now a slave like Boulton, corrected Wallace and informed him that William Boulton had never even heard of tea, let alone tried to make it. (Culture: Tea)
  • (Portland, ME.)
  • Are you alright....oh my gosh! You're my former master, Lieutenant Wallace!
  • Wallace thought about this, then broke down in a peal of crazy laughter. He immediately halted the whipping and forgave Boulton in a heartbeat. (Government: Mastery, Slavery)
  • Willaim Boulton was riding his horse down a street in Portland, ME. and saw a gang terrorizing an old man. He whipped the gang with his horse whip until they fled. (Economics: Traveling by horse)
  • When William saw the old man's face, he realized he looked familiar. The man was his former master, Lieutenant Wallace! (Geography: Portland, ME.)
  • Indead I am!
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