Burr - 1833, Chapter Twelve Summary & Analysis

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1833, Chapter Twelve Summary

Burr is back home with his wife and recovering quite well from his stroke. His only remaining malady is that his left leg is still partially paralyzed. Perhaps because Burr realizes his remaining days are dwindling, he gives Charlie the remainder of his notes from the War. Much of what he had written was lost at sea with his daughter, but he asks that Charlie make the notes available to Matthew Davis as well. The remainder of the chapter is comprised of bits and pieces of papers noting Burr's memoirs.

General Knox Memoir - Henry Knox is a Boston bookseller and studiously attached to General Washington. He is the chief artillery officer but knows nothing of his job. Burr witnesses Knox's ineptitude at Kips Bay on September 15, 1776. Caught in the confusion of battle, Burr rides to locate Washington. Instead, he finds...

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