"And I on the opposite shore will be, Ready to ride and spread the alarm,"(Line 11). The quote is alliteration because of the letter "r" being repeated in the phrase, "Ready to ride."
"And the twitter of birds among the trees, and felt the breath of the morning breeze,"(Line 105). The line is personification because the author says "breath of the morning wind" this is personification because the morning cannot breathe.
"On the rising tide like a bridge of boats,"(Line 56). The line is a simile because it compares all of the ships in the bay to a bridge using "like" or "as."
"And the spark struck out by that steed in his flight,"(Line 79). The quote is a metaphor because it compares the speed of the horse to flight.
Of the place and the hour, and the secret dread, of the lonely belfry and the dead,"(Line 50). The quote is repetition because it uses the repetition of the words "of the" multiple times throughout.
"How the British Regulars fired and fled,"(Line 112). The line is allusion because it references the "British Regulars" which were people who settled in America and fought for freedom during the American Revolution.