Deposition VS. Paul Revere's Ride

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  • Please go to Lexington and save Messrs. Hancock and Adams!
  • I need you to do the thing with the lanterns we rehearsed.
  • They are coming for them already?
  • Thanks for the ride I guess
  • Dr. Warren begs Paul Revere to go to Lexington to save John Hancock and Samuel Adams. In the deposition Paul Revere says that Dr. Warren begged for Paul to go to Lexington and it later says that Mr. Dawes is already on his way. This is a difference because in the poem it never mentions Dr. Warren or Mr. Dawes.
  • Thx for the horse bro!
  • You're welcome bro!
  • Paul Revere tells his friend that he needs to use the lanterns to say where the British are coming from. In the deposition and the poem it says that Paul told his friend to place one lantern if by land and two if they come by sea, making it a similarity.
  • The Redcoats are coming to arrest you two, see?
  • Oh NOOOOOOO!
  • Paul Revere is taken across the river to Charleston to get a horse and to start his journey. He sees the Man of War Somerset in the bay. This is a similarity and difference in the articles because he sees the somerset in both but rows himself across in the poem.
  • Paul sees the lanterns and sets out immediately on his horse of Deacon Larkin. This is different because he is in Charleston when he gets the horse and in the poem he is on the opposite shore waiting.
  • Paul Revere gets to Lexington and warns Hancock and Adams about the British and their intent to arrest them both. Then he heads out for Concord. This is a similarity because in both articles he makes it to Lexington and warns them.
  • Paul Revere and William Dawes get captured on their way to Concord, but the young Dr. Prescott got away and made it to Concord. This is different in two ways because it never mentions any other riders in the poem and never mentions Paul Revere's capture and says he made it to Concord.
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