Deposition vs Paul Revere's Ride

Deposition vs Paul Revere's Ride
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  • I need you to climb the North Church tower and light a lantern to give me a signal that the British Army are coming, one if the army is coming by land and two if they are coming by sea.
  • Take me across!!
  • Lets go!
  • We saw your signals.
  • Come back doctor!
  • In both passages it says that Paul Revere came to his friend for help. Revere asked if his friend could climb a local church tower and keep a look out for British solders and hang lanterns as signals for Revere.
  • Revere goes across the Charles River according to both passages, but what the poem does not say is that someone rowed Revere across the river, not himself. Both passages say that when Revere went across the river the moon reflected on the river.
  • Tell me what you know!
  • There are 500 Patriots waiting for your army to come!
  • Revere met up with several men to discuss the signals. They informed Revere that they have seen the signals, so they head off on their horses to warn John Hancock and Samuel Adams . In the poem, it says that Paul Revere did this heroic journey alone, but he did not. Also In the poem it says that it was Revere's horse he was riding but Revere actually had to borrow one.
  • Haha, I think I will go back to Lexington.
  • BOOM
  • Revere and his crew made it to Hancock and Adams and warned them the British were coming. They left and made their way to Concord, he was by himself when he saw the British officers, but he called a doctor he was traveling with over for help. The officers surrounded both of them, but the doctor got away and left Revere there to be captured. In Revere's deposition it does not state that Paul was captured.
  • It was not said in the poem Revere was captured, also that the four British officers demanded Paul Revere to answer some questions. The officers asked him everything he did that night, for example what time he left, Revere told them but added that there were hundreds of Patriots waiting for the British Army to arrive for battle. Paul Revere said that to make the officers afraid, and it worked.
  • The officers heard the shooting of multiple guns, which alarmed to officers, they got on their horses. One of the officers took Revere's horse and left Paul Revere behind. Revere decided to walk back to Lexington where he had been staying. Paul went to the house he was staying in and talked about what happened to him that night with Hancock, and Adams. All of this was not mentioned in the poem.
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