- Paull, E. T.
Paul Revere's Ride, March-Galop
E. T. Paull, New York, 1905, Wraps, , , Poor
7 pp. Spine split, considerable losses to front wrap, the rest good. Sectrional composition with galloping, cry of alarm, patriots aroused, call to arms, minutemen assembling, battle of Lexington and Concord with shot and shell. enemy routed, enemy in full retreat, and cheers of the vicotrs. Inside the back wrap, an essay by Paull with the complete text of Longfellow's poem. ''A voice in the darkness, a knock at the door, And a word that shall echo forevermore!''