Paul Reveres deposition vs Paul reveres ride
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yes i have to now go and get me a horse to ride upon
we saw the signal
The Colonel Conant notified Paul that they have seen the signal. Paul now has to find him a horse. This scene is different because in the poem he saw the signal him self and no one told him that they have seen the signals,
hay come back you dirty bisciut
Two friends rowed him across the Charles river a little eastward where the man-of-war Somerset layed .This is also different because in the poem he rowed him self to the other side of the river, it says in the poem that he is already on the other side of the Charles river.
you shall answer all of my questions or i will blow your brains out!!!!!
He set off upon a very good horse; it was th eleven o'clock and very pleasant.this is quit similar because he did get on horse back and start to ride .one thing that the poem did not say is that it was 11 o'clock.
He saw two men on horseback under a tree. when he got near them, he discovered they were British officers One tried to get in front of him and the other and the other to capture him. turned around and went for Charlestown neck.in the poem he did not get chased or even saw British officers.
The group came upon a group of British officers in which they were surrounded by. The officers were armed with pistols and swords and force Paul the doctor and Mr,Daws into a pasture. the doctor jumped the fence into concord. they had asked Paul a lot of questions and he told them all the answers he also told the that there are 500 Americans waiting on the British troops. One of the men pistol whipped Paul in the head and demanded he answer some questions or he will blow his brains out. In the poem he didn't even get captured he just road through the night with absolutely no problems that was the biggest difference out of the whole poem.
After choosing to go back to Lexington they saw the British troops marching on both sides of the meeting-house where paul was he heard the shots fire he could tell that it was a pistol. they heard the roar of musketry. In the poem it says he made it in to concord but he never did. and there were no shots fired in the poem and he never turned around.
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