Burr - 1834, Chapter Thirty-three - Thirty-four Summary & Analysis

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1834, Chapter Thirty-three - Thirty-four Summary

Charlie notes that recording Burr's memoirs is more difficult than before as the Colonel has lost some of his abilities and easily loses his train of thought on some days. Then the next day he is as sharp as ever. Burr explains that Jefferson's version of the events was that Burr had presented himself to Merry as a British agent with division of the union on his mind. He further expounds that Merry wanted Burr to agree to his plan so much that he convinced himself that Burr had agreed. Burr tells Charlie that all he wanted from Britain was a British fleet and money.

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Burr prefaces this memoir as the great American tragedy - The Treason of Aaron Burr. In August of 1804, Burr goes on an extended expedition, traveling to...

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