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3. Read this line of dialogue spoken by British Lord Montague after the Boston Tea Party takes place.

“Well, boys,” said a voice, so cold one hardly knew whether he spoke in anger or not, “you’ve had a fine, pleasant evening—for your Indian caper, haven’t you? But mind . . . you’ve got to pay the fiddler yet.”

What is the significance of this line of dialogue? (1 point)

The weather on the night of the Boston Tea Party was warm.

Lord Montague was not impressed by the Boston Tea Party.

Lord Montague could not decide if he was angry with the colonists.
Bostonians will pay a price for dumping the British tea.
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