Burr - 1834, Chapter Twenty-five - Twenty-six Summary & Analysis

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1834, Chapter Twenty-five - Twenty-six Summary

Charlie's subterfuge with his research on the Colonel continues and all that Burr will tell him about the meeting with van Buren is that the man needed legal advice. Charlie is torn between violating the trust of his mentor and the wealth he will acquire with the writing of the pamphlet. Charlie's personal life has improved. Helen agrees to live with him by telling Mrs. Townsend she is pregnant; Mrs. Townsend is willing to take her back when she is "restored."

Memoirs of Aaron Burr-Thirteen

Within six months of taking office, Jefferson renews his alliance with the powerful Clinton family of New York. The similarity in their political style is that they both take a ruthless approach to a goal. Burr sees that Jefferson is working to remove Burr from politics. Even with this treatment, Burr remains...

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