Deposition vs Paul Revere's Ride

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  • Yes Sir!
  • 1 by land 2 by sea
  • The British are coming! , The British are coming!
  • Well hello there.
  • May I come in?
  • So what's the plan
  • Of Course!
  • Let him go!
  • In both the poem and the Deposition Revere had his friend put up a signal in the Old North Church. "One if by land and Two if by sea. These signals indicated if the British were attacking by land or sea.
  • Tell me the truth!
  • Both the Deposition and the poem had Paul ride through Medford by horse. Revere rode through Medford to warn all the other colonist that the British were coming.
  • What are we going to do?
  • What happened?
  • Are you ok?
  • In the deposition, after he has crossed the Medford bridge and alarming the colonist, Revere arrived at Rev. Mr. Clark's house. He found Hancock and Adams. They refreshed themselves and they made a plan to go to concord.
  • OMG!
  • As Mr. Daws and Paul were stopping to alarm the houses, Paul spotted two officers that looked like the officers that were near Charlestown. Revere recalled that "instantly" he was surrounded by four. This scene was never said in the poem.
  • Well.....
  • When the officers were done questioning him, he bluffed and said that 500 Americans will be there in a short time. Eventually the officers let him go and he went back to Mr. Clarks house. Revere also found Messers, Hancock and Adams. The men decided to head toward Woburn. This was also stated in the Deposition.
  • I got captured and questioned
  • While Paul, Hancock, and Adams stepped out they saw the British. They rushed inside Mr. Clarks house. The British surrounded the meeting-house. Shortly Revere "...saw,and heard, a gun fired, which appeared to be a pistol" (Deposition).
  • BOOM!!!
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