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"One if by land, and two if by sea"
Tuesday the 18th of April 1775 Dr. Joseph Warren was sent in great haste to tell Revere that he was to worn Messes. Hancock and Adams that the regulars were coming.This event is different then the one in Longfellow's poem because in the poem Longfellow explains how Revere is the only one who made the midnight ride and that revere planned everything on his own. While in fact Revere did not do any of this on his own. He later met up with two other's by the name of Dr. William Daws and Dr. Prescott.
Paul Revere states that if the regulars come by land, hang a lantern in the place of the North Church Steeple, but if they come by sea, hang two in its place. This event is essentially similar to the one in the poem by Longfellow because that was the statement made by Revere and he did use the signal to use.
Revere rides toward home to the north part of town, where he kept a boat, two of Reveres friends rowed him across the Charles River, a little towards the somerset a British vessel or Man-Of-War. This event is different from Longfellow's poem because Revere did not row himself across the river and in the poem he was not with anyone else at the time.
Here revere rested and would catch up on some food and take a breather with Mr. Daws, then they set off to Concord. While on there way, they were overtaken by a young Dr. Prescott. Which had been a high Son of Liberty. Revere warned them about a group of soldiers and that they might be stopped before they reach Concord. This event is very different from the poem because revere was with different people while on his ride, but in the poem, it was as if he was a lone wolf.
Revere and Dr. Prescott were captured, but William Daws made it and escaped before he was captured also. Later Revere and Prescott were both released from British custody. this event is also different because in the poem it states Revere was alone by this time and was on his way to Concord on his own.
After all is over, Revere walks back to Lexington in the dark after departing the horse he had been riding. There were about fifty British when he was about one-hundred yards from the meeting house. He heard a gunshot which was assumed to be a pistol and made it off with the trunk. This is Different from the poem because Paul Revere Never even did any of these things, the poem states that he was never even finished with his midnight ride.
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