Deposition vs Paul Revere's Ride
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"Remember, if you see the Regulars, hang a lanturn on the Old North Church, one if by land and two if by sea."
On April 18, 1775, Paul Revere and three others were going to warn the other towns/villages that the regulars were coming by telling his friend to hand a lantern on the Old North Church one lantern if by land and two if by sea. This is a similarity because both stories/poems state Paul Revere telling his friend to give him the signal.
The British, regulars, were coming into the harbour to defeat the Patriots so they could keep control of the American. This is a similarity.
Concord 2 miles ->
At about 11, Paul Revere and two others went into Medford on horses, after receiving the signal. This is a similarity because both states that Paul Revere went into Medford but, the poem didn't state that there were two others with Paul Revere.
What was that?
Near Charlestown, Paul Revere was surrounded by four British officers. They asked him to give truthful answers or else they would shoot him. This is a difference because in the poem it doesn't mention at all Paul Revere being captured but, in the Deposition it does.
When Paul Revere and the British officers were going to the Lexington meeting-house, they heard the gun shots which was the start of the revolution. This is a similarity because both stories/poems talk about the revolution.
After the British officers heard the gun shots, and hearing Paul Revere's lie about there being five hundred Americans coming to fight them, the British officers let Paul Revere free. This is a difference because the poem doesn't state that Paul Revere was captured.
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