Deposition vs. Paul Revere's Ride

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  • If the Regulars come by land put one lantern in the belfry of North Church, but if they come by sea then put two.
  • Swiftly now, there is no time to waste!
  • To the boats men with great swiftness.
  • Paul Revere in both texts tells his friend that if the British march by land then place one lantern in the belfry of the North Church,but if they march by sea then place two lanterns in the belfry. (similarity)
  • The Regulars are coming by sea, ready yourself patriots!
  • In the poem ,"Paul Revere's Ride", it says that Mr. Revere rowed himself across the river, but within the deposition he wrote he stated that two of his friends rowed him across [to the east there lay the British man-o-war ship The Somerset]. (difference)
  • Are you a messenger of the patriots!
  • Yes I am, and there are also 500 patriots waiting for your troops!
  • In both texts the friend of Revere hears the British troops and officers preparing to board their ships with their arms and cannons. (similarity)
  • You will never rule us or our freedom you scum!
  • Paul Revere set off to warn the patriot colonists that the regulars are coming by sea in both texts. (similarity)
  • In the deposition Mr. Revere wrote, he states that he only made it to Lexington and was then captured by British officers. (difference)
  • It then states in Revere's deposition that later the officers heard the gun fire of the patriots and fled with his horse and other belongings he had brung with him on his ride, he then had to walk back to Lexington by himself. (difference)
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