Deposition vs Paul Rever's Ride


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  • You go up the Old Northern Church with lanterns. Signal 1 if by land, 2 if by sea.
  • Look, the British Somerset!
  • Two lanterns, means they are coming by sea. I must get a horse and head for Concord.
  • Paul Revere, in both the Deposition and the poem "Paul Revere's Ride", both have Paul Revere's friend. Paul Revere's friend has a job to signal him if the redcoats are going by land or sea. His friend will signal him from the Old Northern Church Tower.
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  • The redcoats are coming!
  • Paul Revere later gets rowed across the Charlestown River to get to a horse and see the signal. He would also spot the British man-o-war named the "Somerset". The Somerset is in both the poem and Deposition, but the poem doesn't state he was being rowed across by two others.
  • Stop right there!
  • After getting to the other side of the Charlestown River, Revere gets off the boat and goes to a horse. He sees two lanterns in the Old Northern Church soon after. This is in both "Paul Revere's Ride" and the Deposition. The only difference is Revere is alone in the poem "Paul Revere's Ride", this is not true as he was with someone else when he rides.
  • The doctor would jump a small stone wall and get to Concord.
  • Paul Revere instantly hops on the horse he is borrowing with two others. He rides warning that redcoats are coming and to try to warn Mr. Adams and Mr. Hancock that they are going to arrest them. Only the Deposition has the part with the redcoats wanting to arrest Mr. Adams and Mr. Hancock.
  • Paul Revere gets stopped by British Soldiers with the doctor. In total were four redcoats, all had carried weapons such as muskets or swords. This is only mentioned in the Deposition, while the poem never mentions him being captured nor any other riders.
  • The doctor, who is with Paul Revere, jumps the fence on his horse. Revere would be questioned as the doctor gets to Concord before the British redcoats do. The Deposition on states this. In the poem, it says Paul Revere himself made it to Concord, which is true and is to, in the Deposition, but never says he was captured by British soldiers.
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