1833, Chapter One | 1833, Chapter Two
• Burr is 77 years old and has lived through the Revolutionary War, a vice presidency, a duel that killed his rival, and a trial for treason.
• At age 77, Burr marries Eliza Jumel at Madame Jumel's home.
• Charlie wants to be a writer and Charlie attempts to cover the news of Burr's wedding for his boss, Leggett, who wants him to develop articles about Burr for The Evening Post.
• Burr reveals to Charlie that Charlie is actually writing Burr's biography, so Burr gives him random tidbits of information so that it is "true."
• Burr, Charlie, and Dr. Bogart travel in carriage to Madame Jumel's for the wedding.
• Charlie is asked to describe everything about Burr, and he points out that after marrying Madame Jumal, his money troubles seem to be a thing of the past.
• Charlie also reveals that Madame Jumel acts as if the wedding...
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