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AARON BURR

A BIOGRAPHY COMPILED FROM RARE, AND IN MANY CASES UNPUBLISHED, SOURCES

By

SAMUEL H. WANDELL

and

MEADE MINNIGERODE

VOLUME TWO

"It will be a host of choice spirits."

AARON BURR.

With Sixty-four Illustrations

G. P. PUTNAM'S SONS

NEW YORK LONDON

The Knickerbocker Press

1925

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vii
  • Part VI - The Conspirator 1805-1806 1
  • Chapter I - Number Thirteen 3
  • Chapter II - Mountains of Salt 17
  • Chapter III - Downstream 31
  • Chapter IV - Envoys and Generals 52
  • Chapter V - The Promoter 69
  • Part VII - The Filibuster 1806-1807 83
  • Chapter I - Boats for Bastrop 85
  • Chapter II - Treason in the West 100
  • Chapter III - Martial Law 118
  • Chapter IV - Habeas Corpus 137
  • Chapter V Bayou Pierre 151
  • Part VIII - The Prisoner 1807-1808 173
  • Chapter I - Arraignment 175
  • Chapter II - A True Bill 185
  • Chapter III - Not Guilty 203
  • Chapter IV - Aftermaths 222
  • Part IX - The Exile 1808-1812 233
  • Chapter I - Aliases 235
  • Chapter II - Prunes and Vermicelli 246
  • Chapter III - The Open Door 261
  • Chapter IV - Insula Inhospitabilis 270
  • Chapter V - Sanctuary 284
  • Part X - The Outcast 1812-1836 293
  • Chapter I The Mighty Waters 295
  • Chapter II - The Patient Years 302
  • Chapter III - The Ladies 320
  • Chapter IV - Port Richmond 330
  • Index 341
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