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If the British come by land put one lantern in the North Church Steeple, two if they come by sea.
On April 18, 1775 Paul Revere told a friend that if British come by land put one lantern in the North Church steeple as a signal, two if they come by sea. This is similar to "Paul Revere's Ride" because it started off the story the same way.
Two of Paul Revere's friends rowed him across Charles River a little Eastward of where the Man of War Somerset lay. This is similar to "Paul Revere's Ride" because he saw the Somerset in that story also, but he rowed himself.
I'm Major Mitchel and the answers you tell me better not be incorrect or else I'll blow your brains out!
Paul Revere got a horse to ride and after he passed the Charlestown neck he saw 2 men on horses under a tree. He realized they were British Officers, they started after him and pushed him to go down Medford Road. This is different to "Paul Revere's Ride" because he doesn't get chased by 2 British Officers.
Now I have to walk to Lexington.
Paul Revere got surrounded by four British Officers, which pushed him, Mr. Daws and the Doctor into a pasture. There was woods in the back of the pasture so Revere saw a chance to escape, but soon as he got to the woods, six more British Officers came out. This is different because in "Paul Revere's Ride" this didn't happen to them.
Major Mitchel of the 5th Regiment held a pistol to Paul Revere's head and told him he was going to ask him a few questions and if he did not tell the truth he would blow his brains out. This is different to "Paul Revere's Ride" because he never got stopped by a Major Mitchel in that story.
British Escorts took Paul Revere's horse, so now he has to walk to Lexington to help recover a trunk with Hancock's confidential papers in it. This is different to "Paul Revere's Ride" because he didn't have to recover a trunk in that story.
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