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The route of Revere [Read at meeting of Medford Historical Society April 18, 1921] At the present time, with the observance of Patriots' day, it is well for M
embered, though there was no poet to tell of his ride.
Longfellow wrote that Revere rode over the bridge into Medford town, which is all very fine; but he really r es had then recently raided.
While still in Charlestown, beyond Winter hill, Revere caught sight of some horsemen he thought to be British officers, and so did not m the boundary line which is near the top of the hill.
A half mile further and Revere had passed the Cambridge road (at his left) and crossed Two-penny brook, both m Colonel Isaac Royall, and knowing of his Tory proclivities, it is unlikely that Revere stopped there but rode quickly by.
Another quarter mile brought him to Fish- gone.
But out of the homes that were there, whose occupants were aroused by Revere's midnight outcry, went fifty-nine determined men. From all directions they cam