Yes, everybody from Boston and surrounding cities is going to be there.
Please don't tax the shipment!
I won't,but we have to barricade and prevent the Griffin's Hall
John Singleton Copley's Invovlement
People are booing and rejecting by the thousands because of the proposal
Then the tea would to be unloaded from the Dartmouth
The meeting started on Monday, November 29,1773 at Faneuil Hall. Thousands of men, women, and children gathered from Boston and surrounding towns to meet at Faneuil Hall. The Boston Committee of Correspondence and the Sons of Liberty who organized the meeting. They were under the leadership of Samuel Adams.
The meeting came to a conclusion. He was met with affirming nods, pounding fists, tapping canes, and cheers to support his motion not to pay tax on the shipment of British East India Company tea. The decision was made to have 25 Sons of Liberty stand guard, barricade, and prevent stuff happening in Griffin's Hall. They were barricade and preventing the British East India Company tea from being unloaded from the Dartmouth.
The meeting regathered at the Old South Meeting House on Tuesday, November 30. The proposal was booed and rejected by the thousands gathered at the meeting. Agreeing to the tea consignees' proposal meant paying the tax. The tea would to be unloaded from the Dartmouth.