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A BALLAD OF THE BOSTON TEA-PARTY [DECEMBER 16, 1773], by OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: No! Never such a draught was poured
Last Line: And cheer the wakening nations!
Subject(s): Boston Tea Party; Freedom; Patriotism; United States - Colonial Period; Liberty

BOSTON, by RALPH WALDO EMERSON    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: The rocky nook with hilltops three
Last Line: Or union nevermore again.
Subject(s): Boston Tea Party

EPIGRAM, by ANONYMOUS    Poem Text                
First Line: "rudely forced to drink tea, massachusetts"
Last Line: The one who begins or resists the assault? Save
Subject(s): American Revolution;boston Tea Party

HOW WE BECAME A NATION [APRIL 15, 1774], by HARRIET PRESCOTT SPOFFORD    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: When george the king would punish folk
Last Line: Made us a nation hard and fast.
Subject(s): Boston Tea Party; U.s. - Colonial Period

LADY'S ADIEU TO HER TEA-TABLE, by UNKNOWN    Poem Source                
First Line: Farewell the tea-board, with its gaudy equipage
Subject(s): Boston Tea Party

THE BOSTON TEA PARTY, by ANONYMOUS    Poem Text                
First Line: As near beauteous boston lying
Last Line: "tell your masters they were dreamers, / when they thought to cheat the brave"
Variant Title(s): A New Song
Subject(s): "boston Tea Party;revere, Paul (1735-1818);u.s. - Colonial Period;