Burr - 1833, Chapter Three Summary & Analysis

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1833, Chapter Three Summary

Charlie is disappointed that Mr. Leggett does not wish to publish his account of Burr's wedding in "The Evening Post," and proposes that Charlie try to persuade Mr. Bryant, the assistant editor of the paper. Charlie wins only one line for the wedding, but does learn that the two men are very interested in getting any information they can regarding Aaron Burr. Charlie is told very bluntly that Aaron Burr is Martin van Buren's biological father, that he had impregnated Mrs. van Buren many years ago, and his affiliation with the family is much more than as a family friend. They two newspaper men encourage Charlie to use his relationship with Burr to find proof that he is van Buren's father. Mr. Bryant likes Burr, but Leggett does not, nor does he support van Buren as the next president of the...

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