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  • Put one lantern if the British are coming by land and two if my sea
  • Take me to Charlestown
  • THE REGULARS ARE COMING THE REGULARS ARE COMING!!!!
  • A similarity between the poem "Paul Revere's Ride" and "Paul Reveres Deposition", is that Paul Revere tells his friend to hang one lantern in the belfry arch of the old North Church if the Redcoats are coming by land and two if by sea in order to warn the colonies up to Concord and Lexington. They can prepare and be ready to fight the British.
  • I HAVE BEEN SENT TO WARN THE PATRIOTS ABOUT THE REGULARS WHO COMING TO FIGHT AND ARREST US.
  • In Revere's Deposition he says two people rowed him across the Charles river to get Charlestown. While he was there he met Colonel Conant and several others who said they've seen his warnings. After he explained the warnings, he went off to get a horse. As the horse was preparing, he met Richard Devons who told him that on his way back from Lexington he saw ten British soldiers armed going up the road. Unlike what happened in the poem Paul Revere rode himself across the river and got a horse.
  • ANSWER MY QUESTIONS INCORRECTLY AND ILL BLOW YOUR BRAINS OUT!!
  • Afterwards in Paul Revere's Deposition he claims after he left Charlestown neck he saw two British soldiers one who tried getting in front of him and the other who tried to take him out, he turned his horse quickly and headed back towards Charlestwon neck and then went for the Medford road. When he got to Medford he woke the Minute Men Captain and alarmed every house till Lexington.In the poem Revere doesn't get chased he just kept warning everyone.
  • The shot heard around the world
  • In the Deposition Paul Revere said once he arrived to Lexington he found Hancock and Adams to tell them his errand and inquire Mr.Daws. He then found out Mr. Daws wasn't there yet , and waited for him to arrive at Mr. Clarks house. When he finally came they refreshed them selves and set off to Concord. In the poem Paul Revere never stopped and rode alone to Concord.
  • In the Deposition Revere says before making it to Concord he was captured and he failed to get away. He then was questioned and threatened to be killed if he didn't answer the redcoats questions correctly. During this he tried to convince the redcoats to let him go by saying there are five hundred Americans waiting for them and the British aren't coming. In the poem Paul Revere made to Concord without being captured.
  • In the Deposition and the poem the British fired and fled which was the first battle of the American Revolution( The Battle of Lexington), and is known as "the shot heard around the world)
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