Burr - 1835, Chapter Three - Four Summary & Analysis

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1835, Chapter Three - Four Summary

Mr. Leggett is home and very ill. Charlie is in conference with Mr. Bryant as standing editor, who has agreed to purchase Charlie's unsolved murder case on Elma Sands, unashamedly taken from Colonel Burr's memoirs. Mr. Bryant is aware of Charlie's work on the pamphlet and warns him that it could harm many people. Charlie tells Mr. Bryant he is to be married and that he will be giving up the five-thousand dollars he needs to set up house with his bride if he does not publish. Mr. Bryant is open to the possibility of raising the money to keep Charlie from publishing. Charlie goes to see Leggett on his sick bed and is told the same thing as Mr. Bryant. He is not to publish the pamphlet and in return he will receive an official appointment...

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