George Washington's Secret Six: The Spy Ring That Saved the American Revolution - Chapters 13 - 14 Summary & Analysis

Brian Kilmeade
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Chapter 13, The Deal Is Done, notes that Arnold made a couple of attempts to rendezvous with Andre, who was traveling as a civilian under the name John Anderson, and they finally were able to meet. However, Andre’s ship was damaged so he had to travel by land back to New York. At one point, he was stopped by three militiamen who were guarding the road and when they found letters hidden in his socks, they assumed he was a spy and took him to Lt. Col. John Jameson at North Castle. Jameson was perplexed because “Anderson” had a letter from General Arnold guaranteeing him safe passage through Patriot territory. Meanwhile, Tallmadge returned to North Castle from a scouting mission and when he heard about the prisoner he became suspicious that something was amiss. In the correspondence that that accumulated during his absence...

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