Few, William, Jr. (1748–1828), a United States statesman and banker. He was a signer of the U.S. Constitution and a senator from Georgia, 1789–93, in the first U.S. Congress. Few was born near Baltimore, Maryland, and grew up in North Carolina. In 1776 he moved to Georgia. He was an officer in the militia and a delegate to the Continental Congress. Few moved to New York City in 1799 and later became involved in the banking.
Henry, Patrick (1736-1799), a United States orator and statesman. He was one of the first American patriots to speak out against taxation by Britain.
In the dark of night on Dec. 16, 1773, residents of Boston poured more than 90,000 pounds of tea into the harbor. But they weren't trying to set a world record for the most cups of tea made at one time. They were protesting the British government.