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After reading the book Johnny Tremain How would you describe Mr Lorne You would probably say that he is a friendly man that helps out other people He runs a newspaper called the Boston Observer in the colony of Massachusetts where he lives The newspaper is well known and popular in the colony Mr Lorne is a fine looking man who is liked throughout the colony When Johnny Tremains hand was burned and he couldnt find a job anywhere else Mr Lorne hired him at the Boston Observer Mr Lorne didnt care that his hand was burned He let Johnny ride one of his horses and deliver the newspapers Mr Lorne is a helpful person when other people need help for one reason or another He is caring and friendly and has many talents that make him successful in lifeMr Lorne works and owns a newspaper called the Boston Observer The newspaper is well known around Boston and has a good reputation He makes a good living off the profitable newspaper Mr Lorne is a Whig which means he doesnt like the king and wants to be free from Great Britain The Whigs meet regularly at the Boston Observer to discuss plans to make America a free country He is respected by the people of Boston and is a popular citizenIf you saw Mr Lorne in person you could describe him in many different ways You would notice that he is very handsome He is not rich but makes a good living so he dresses like any other middle class person in Boston His blue eyes match almost perfectly with his dark blond hair All of these traits make him a fine looking man Since he is such a well liked and skilled person it is hard to name all of his qualities His blue eyes and blond hair make him a handsome man It is a wonder why he isnt married He
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