Paul Revere's Ride vs. Deposition

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  • We are going by sea.
  • 2 by sea
  • Oh no.. not them.
  • It started out on a Tuesday evening on the 18th, Paul Revere and William Dawes were spying on the British Redcoats trying to figure out how they were coming to war. This is half true from "Paul Revere's Ride" because it happened in the story but William Dawes wasn't named.
  • THE REGULARS ARE COMING!
  • Revere ordered Dawes to send a signal to let them know how the redcoats would be arriving. 1 lantern by land, 2 lanterns by sea. It's half similar to "Paul Revere's Ride" because it happened in the story, again but Dawes wasn't named.
  • You will answer our questions,,,
  • People saw the signals, 2 by sea. Revere and Dawes sent out to spread the alarm. But before Revere made it to the next town, he was stopped by 2 British Redcoats under a tree to be questioned. "Paul Revere's Ride" did include this information and so did Revere's "Deposition"
  • TAKE THE TRUNK AND GO
  • Revere was let free from the questioning and continued to ride to Medford. He awoke the Captain of the minute men and alarmed every house. "Paul Revere's Ride" did not include this information but the "Deposition" did.
  • On their way they were stopped by another group of 2 men but before they knew it they were surrounded by 4, they were questioned but this time they forced Revere to lead them. This information was included in the "Deposition" but not in "Paul Revere's Ride"
  • Revere helped John Hancock by grabbing his trunk of confidential papers. British troops marched in ready. They debated on staying and help fight but others disagreed. This information was not included in the Poem/Story "Paul Revere's Ride" but included in the "Deposition".
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