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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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