Paul Rever'es Desposition

Paul Rever'es Desposition

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  • Paul Revere's Deposition Vs Poem
  • Be stealthy were going to surprise those filthily patriots.
  • We have to hurry and get home!
  • Wake Up! The regulars are coming!
  • On April 18th of 1775 at about 10 o'clock, British soldiers were spotted marching towards the bottom of the common. Dr. warren requests that Paul revere goes to Lexington to inform Adams and Hancock as hey might be targets which did not happen in the poem.
  • Give me true awnsers or i'll blow your brains out!
  • Paul Revere tells Colonel Conant that if the British went by sea they would warn them by hanging two lanterns in the north church steeple and one if they went on land. Paul then heads home and takes a boat across the Charles river with two of his friends.
  • Now's my chance!
  • I heard gunfire from over there!
  • Once Paul gets into town, he gets a horse ready and rides though town warning the minutemen, their captain and almost every house. He eventually arrives at Lexington where he meets Hancock and Adams. They refresh themselves and then head out for Concord.
  • After about a half hour, Mr. Daws arrives and he and Dr. Prescott head out to warn other houses and Paul rides along with them. Later Paul sees two officers and calls for the doctor and Mr. Daws. In a instant, Paul is surrounded by 4 officers. The Doc escapes by jumping his horse over a wall and heads to concord. Paul is not captured in the poem.
  • Paul eventually observed a small wood and tries to escape to it but is stopped by another officer who claps his pistol to his head. The officer asks Paul questions and threatens that if they are not honest awnsers, he will blow his brains out. None of this happens in the poem.
  • Paul is took in hostage by the officers. However, the officers soon hear gunfire from the militia and charge to attack them giving Paul a chance to escape. Paul meets up with Hancock and Adams to retrieve a trunk that has Hancock's Continental papers. The Revolutionary war then begins happening both in the poem and deposition.
  • Few, good thing we found it!
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