This tribute to the Boston Tea Party was "sung with unbounded applause by Mr. [George H.] Andrews at the Federal Street Theatre" in Boston. The lyrics are credited only to "a gentleman of Boston," but OCLC assigns credit to Samuel Elliot. The narrator presents himself as a plainspoken old man from the country who had participated in the revolt: "And then we went aboard the ships, our vengeance to administer / And didn't care a tarnal curse, for any King or minister / We made a plaguey mess o' Tea, in one of the biggest dishes / I mean, we steeped it in the Sea, and treated all the fishes." 5 in OCLC, and none traced at auction since 1901.
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