A Yankee Jeffersonian: Selections from the Diary and Letters of William Lee of Massachusetts, Written from 1796 to 1840

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A Yankee Jeffersonian
Selections from the Diary and Letters of WILLIAM LEE of Massachusetts Written from 1716 to 1840

Edited by MARY LEE MANN

THE BELKNAP PRESS of HARVARD UNIVERSITY PRESS Cambridge, Massachusetts 1958

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword vii
  • Preface ix
  • Contents xiii
  • Illustrations xv
  • I - Young Entrepreneur and Traveler 1796-1798 1
  • II - "Consul" at Bordeaux 1801-1808 53
  • III - Gossip from Paris 1809-1810 76
  • IV - A Yankee at Napoleon's Court 1810-1812 117
  • V - War and Intrigue 1812-1816 157
  • VI - The Treasury Department, Washington 1817-1822 186
  • VII - Washington Society 1823-1829 211
  • VIII - Last Years 1830-1840 233
  • Note on Manuscripts 252
  • I - Young Entrepreneur and Traveler 1796-1798 253
  • Chronology of William Lee 299
  • Index 301
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