When Did Paul Revere Say the British Are Coming?

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Paul Revere said the famous phrase 'the British are coming' on the night of his well known ride. This was on April 18, 1775.
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The night of the 18th of April, 1775
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April 18, 1775 is when he said that. ChaCha!
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Paul Revere didn't say anything, he was actually captured by a british patrol just outside Boston. He was just the most prominent of the "midnight riders" and a poem about
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It didn't need to spread that fast - there weren't that many people in the affected areas, and they weren't that spread out. However, if PR told one person, and they told 2 people
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Paul Revere is the well known man that went from town to town yelling, “The British are coming! The British are coming!” He did this on his midnight ...
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