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When you reach the bottom, the Indian is unconscious. “Are you all right, Mr. ” you ask. The silversmith struggles to a standing position and then lets his horse up. “I’m fine,” he says, though obviously he really isn’t. His expression is set in a pained grimace. “You’ve the advantage of me. ” You’ve met Revere before. Doesn’t he remember you? Then it dawns on you—you met Revere in your past, but your first meeting with him lies in his future! ” “Yes. Break off this arrow,” he says, turning his back to you.

Their mother is huddled beneath the blanket with the children, hiding. ” she cries. “Don’t worry,” you say. ” You hear shots outside and rush to the window. The stable grounds are swarming with angry redcoats. “There’s no time to talk now,” you say. ” “Let’s go out the back door,” says the woman. ” Shots explode downstairs. The four of you reach the back door just as a redcoat kicks it open in your face! You go flying hard against the wall. Your breath is slammed from your lungs. You have a tough time getting it back.

The rider may be an innocent man, but you can’t act if it will change history. The arrows fly. Two miss, but the third strikes the man through the shoulder. The man falls off the horse, but he keeps hold of the 50 reins, bringing the animal down with him. You catch a glimpse of the man’s face. It’s Paul Revere! You throw the rock at the visible Indian and hit him on the arm. That Indian won’t be shooting any more arrows today, anyway. But the other two, bow and arrow ready, rise up from the foliage and prepare to shoot at you!

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