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OUR COUNTRY
(AUTHOR UNKNOWN)

NOTES AND QUESTIONS
Discussion. 1 To what does the author ,wish to call our attention when he speaks of : the two oceans? 2. In the second stanza what things are mentioned which make up "many a goodly prospect"? 3. Why are the prairies compared to "sunlit oceans"? 4. What broad lakes lie on the breast of our country? 5. What makes the stars "tremble"? 6. Name a river which is "mountain born." 7. Why do "wanderers from afar" come to America? 8. From what places do they come? 9. What do they find here? 10. How long a time is meant in line 23? 11. Memorize the last stanza. 12. Find in the Glossary the meaning of: chafes; nurtured; ample; azure; fawn. 13. Pronounce: prospect; grandeur; bounteous.

THE BOSTON TEA PARTY
NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE

" Our old chair," resumed Grandfather, "did not now stand in the midst of a gay circle of British officers. The troops, as I told you, had been removed to Castle William immediately after the Boston Massacre. Still, however, there were many Tories, customhouse officers, and Englishmen who used to assemble in the British Coffee-house and talk over the affairs of the period. Matters grew worse and worse, and in 1773 the people did a deed which incensed the King and Ministry more than any of their former doings."
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