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One if by land two if by sea!
The regulars are coming out!
Paul Revere asks his friend to give the signal,"One if by land, two if by sea" to signal which way the British regulars are coming from.This is similar to the poem because both poem and deposition talk about one if by land, two if by sea.
Well you know, 500 patriots are gonna be comin' out of that forest and there not gonna be too happy.
Paul Revere rides his horse through the midnight sky running away from any British regulars. This is similar to the poem because in both texts, Paul Revere is running to Lexington
This is going to be a long walk...
Revere finally gets to Mr. Hancock and Adams house and delivers the news of the regulars are coming by sea. this is different from the poem because the never even mentioned Hancock or Adams.
Paul Revere and William Dawes are caught, but Revere makes up a story, making the British regulars run away. This is different from the poem because it never says anything about Revere and Dawes getting caught, therefore even mentioning Dawes at all.
On this slide Dawes and Revere have been stripped from their horses and are now having to walk all the way to Lexington. This is different from the poem because Paul Revere never even got off of his horse.
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