Deposition vs. Paul Revere's Ride

Deposition vs. Paul Revere's Ride

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  • Most certainly Paul anything to help
  • I need you to hang lanterns in the North church if the british are on their way . As a signal hang one lantern if they come by land and two lanterns if they come by sea.
  • There's Deacon
  • Over here!
  • Theres the Somerset
  • Come here Sir!
  • I have places to go!
  • In both texts, Paul Revere calls upon a friend to hang the lanterns in the North Church. The plan was to hang one lantern if the British came by land or two lanterns if the British came by sea. Revere would then set off to Lexington to warn Mr, Hancock and and Adams that the British were on their way to arrest them for treason.
  • I do believe we will be captured before we make it to Concord.
  • Even though that may be true we still must continue on
  • I agree we must continue onward.
  • In the poem it states that Paul Revere "Silently rowed to the Charlestown shore." Revere then would climb upon his horse waiting for the signal to start his ride. In the Deposition Revere was rowed across the Charles River by two friends. Then Revere got on a horse of Deacon Larkin, and started his ride.
  • Stop were you are!
  • I'm not moving
  • In the Deposition Paul Revere stubbled upon two British officers under a tree. One officer tried to get in front of him, the other tried to take him. Then after Revere tried to turn to Charlestown, the officer that followed him tried to cut him off, the officer ended up in a clay pond near Mr. Russell's tavern, this ended the chase and Revere continued to Medford. In the poem none of this happened Revere just continued his ride with any occurrence of British officers on his way to Medford.
  • BANG! BANG!! BOOM!!!
  • HURRY!
  • In the Deposition Paul Revere stopped in Medford,after about half an hour Mr. Daws came. After refreshing them selves they were taken over by Dr. Prescott. Revere told them how they were most likely going to be caught by British officers on the way to Concord because of how the officers had most certainly divided themselves to stop anyone from going into Concord. Meanwhile in the poem again, Revere never stopped to talk to anyone or refresh himself on his ride.
  • Paul Revere in the Deposition was with Mr. Daws and the doctor alarming people in a house. Revere noticed two men in the same posture as the other men near Charlestown, Revere tried to call upon Daws and the doctor and was immediately surrounded by four. In the poem Revere for one was never with any others on his was to Concord. Also he was never surrounded by anyone either he just hurried and made it straight to Concord.
  • In the end of the Deposition Paul Revere and company hurried towards Mr. Clark's house. They passed the militia, which had fifty men. After they heard guns fire they made of with the trunk. In the poem Revere never went to Mr. Clark's and never passed the militia or even saw the militia. Revere also never hurried off with them and a trunck.
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