Deposition vs Paul Revere's Ride

Deposition vs Paul Revere's Ride

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  • Sounds like a plan! Let's go meet them.
  • So, we'll hang the lanterns with Colonel Conant and other men at the North Church, we have tp set sails!
  • Great, here's what's happening... - I need to get a horse!
  • Yes, I had seen your signals! - Right away.
  • Stop!
  • I should make a quick u-turn to trick them, and then I'll escape.
  • Paul Revere meeting up with Dr. Warren at his house because soldiers were marching down to the common. Revere agreed with a Colonel Conant and other men to hang lanterns at the North Church. They were hanging lanterns to set off sails.
  • Revere meeting in town with Colonel Conant and other men, they were saying to Paul that they had seen his signals, Revere then told him what was happening (The British were going to Lexington and Concord and he wanted to warn the people in the town, mostly Adams and Hancock) and to get a horse.
  • Now, you better be telling me the truth or else I will blow your brains out.
  • I am, and there's going to be 500 Americans waiting for me..
  • Revere riding his horse, bumping into two British officers on Charlestown Neck. One tried to get in front of him and the other tried to take him. Revere turned his horse and went towards Medford Road, and lost the officers and continued to head over the bridge.
  • Great. Thank you.
  • Yes! And I'd be more than glad to help you with your confidential papers!
  • Mr. Daws and the doctor stopped to alarm a household, while Revere saw officers near Charlestown. A few moments later, he was surrounded by four British officers. The doctor got away by jumping over a stone wall, but Revere and the others couldn't get away because of the soldiers weapons.
  • Oh no, they have weapons.
  • More officers came, and one was Major Mitchel, of the 5th Regiment. Revere was held at gunpoint by Mitchel and he was going to shoot if Revere told a lie. Revere said there would be 500 Americans waiting for him and also told him that the British troops had sailed off, passing the river already. Revere exaggerated for how many people to scare the officers.
  • Revere, finally escaping, walked back to Lexington and reached Mr. Clark's house where Messrs. Hancock and Adams which they concluded to go towards Woburn. Revere then helped Hancock with a trunk of his confidential papers.
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