Deposition VS. Paul Revere's Ride

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  • light a lamps at the Old North Church one if they go be land two if by sea.
  • Thank you friend for getting me across the river
  • Stop!
  • Paul Revere and Dr. Warren are talking about how the signal was to light lamps at the Old North Church witch was both said in the was both stated in Paul Revere's Ride and The Deposition but in the poem it is said its "Paul Revere's friend" and not Dr. Warren.
  • wheres Mr. Daws?
  • He has yet to come.
  • Paul Revere is getting rowed across the river to get to his horse and ride to Lexington but in the poem it is said that Paul Revere rowed himself across the river to get to his horse and was already at the other side on the shore then he saw the signal bit Revere was in Boston when he saw the lamps.
  • Ready to set off?
  • In this scene Revere while riding to Lexington got chased my one of the British officers, which in the poem never happened and Revere made it to Lexington without any problems or anyone chasing him.
  • Paul Revere
  • Whats your name?
  • Revere comes to Lexington and ask Hancock and Adams where Mr. Daws is and if he has arrived yet but they time him he has yet to come and Revere waited for half an hour for Mr. Daws and the refreshed themselves and prepared to go onward to concord, none of this happens in the poem, in the poem Revere goes to Lexington and alarms the people about the British and goes onward to Lexington
  • Revere, Mr. Daws, and The Doctor are getting ready to set off to Lexington and in the poem Revere rides by his self and no one else accompanies him on his ride and he goes alone.
  • Revere Gets captured and asked question and he responds to them "in the affirmative" he also tells lies to try and scare them away and so he can get away, although in the poem he just from Lexington to Concord with no problems and makes it out Scott free
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