I honour the plant, I revere the tree, and would cherish its branches.
He is buried in my heart, not in the earth, and I shall love him and revere him always!
In tenderest love may we ever cherish and bless and revere her memory.
Other nations may revere that name, but no Roman can endure it.
Revere does not mention the fact that he was himself a member of the Tea-Party.
From Warren's Revere went home, got his "boots and surtout," and started.
At any rate, the signals were hung while Revere was crossing the river to Charlestown.
As Revere drew near, they pushed out into the moonlight, and he saw their uniforms.
But he was too late: Dawes was gone, Revere was on the water, and the news was out.
After the Revolution, Revere wrote a narrative of the events in which he was concerned.