Deposition v.s. Paul Revere's Ride

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  • I need you to go up to the North Church belfry and send out a signal if the British come. You will hang two lanterns, light one if they're coming by land, two if by sea.
  • Do you think there'll be war tonight?
  • The regulars are coming!!!!
  • Medford
  • Paul Revere is asking his friend to signal him and the other patriots so they know when the British are coming. This event occurs in the poem and Paul Revere's deposition.
  • Ready to move on to Concord?
  • Paul Revere and two of his companions rowing him across the river so he can set off to Medford. In the poem, Paul Revere was supposedly alone, rowing himself across the river. In his deposition, he states that he was not alone and had two of his friends row him.
  • Those aren't British soldiers. Take them at once!
  • Revere rode through Medford alarming almost everyone of the British movement. This event occured in both the poem and Paul Revere's deposition, making it a similarity between the two.
  • They could've at least let me have my horse.
  • Revere and Dawes stopped in Lexington before they went to Concord to rest. Paul Revere also talked to Samuel Adams and John Hancock. This did not happen in the poem, yet Revere stated it in his deposition.
  • Paul Revere, Dawes, and Prescott were caught and captured by British soldiers. In the poem, Revere successfully made it through the night, alarming people of every town, but in his deposition it states otherwise.
  • After Revere was captured, the soldiers were frightened by gunshots and ran off. Revere started walking back to Lexington. This is a difference between the poem and the deposition.
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