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" He soon after conceived the project of his enterprise in the Western country of the United States ; for which he was at length apprehended and brought to Richmond, in August, 1807, on a charge of treason ; and after a long trial, was acquitted. "
Putnam's Home Cyclopedia ... - Page 230
by G.P. Putnam & Co - 1852
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The American Almanac and Repository of Useful Knowledge for the ..., Volume 9

Almanacs, American - 1837
...ballot, in favor of Jefferson for President, and Burr for Vice-President. On the 12th of July, 1804, Col. Burr gave Alexander Hamilton, long his professional rival and political opponent, a mortal woun.l in a duel. He soon after conceived the project of his mad, and not very well explained, enterprise...
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The American Almanac and Repository of Useful Knowledge for ..., Volumes 9-10

Almanacs, American - 1838
...project of his mad, and not very well explained, enterprise in the western country of the United States ; for which he was at length apprehended and brought to Richmond, in August, Iri07, on a charge of treason ; and after a long triij, he was acquitted. He afterwards returned to...
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Hand-book of Universal Biography ...

Parke Godwin - Biography - 1852 - 821 pages
...and the choice was decided by congress, on the 88th ballot, in favor of Jefferson for president, and Burr for vice-president. On the 12th of July, 1804,...conceived the project of invading Mexico ; for which ho was at length apprehended and brought to Richmond, in August, 1807, on a charge of treason, and,...
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Hand-book of Universal Biography ...

P. Godwin - Biography - 1852 - 821 pages
...on the 36th ballot, in favor of Jcll'erson for president, and Burr for vice-president. On the 1 2th of July, 1804, Colonel Burr gave Alexander Hamilton,...long his professional rival and political opponent, mortal wound in a duel. He soon after conceived the project of invading Mexico ; for which he was...
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Cyclopedia of Universal Biography: A Record of the Names of the Most Eminent ...

Parke Godwin - 1854 - 821 pages
...by congress, on the 3Gth balloL in favor of Jefferson for president, and Burr for vice-president Un the 12th of July, 1804, Colonel Burr gave Alexander...long his professional rival and political opponent, я mortal wound in a duel. He soon after conceived the project of invading Mexico; for which ho was...
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CYCLOPEDIA OF UNIVERSAL BIOGRAPHY: A RECORD OF THE NAMES OF THE MOST EMINENT ...

PARKE GODWIN. - 1856
...and the choice was decided by congress, on the 36th ballot, in favor of Jefferson for president, and Burr for vice-president. On the 12th of July, 1804,...which he was at length apprehended and brought to Bichmond, in August, 1807, on a charge of treason, and", after a long trial, acquitted. He afterwards...
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The Eclectic Review, Volume 4; Volume 108

Samuel Greatheed, Daniel Parken, Theophilus Williams, Josiah Conder, Thomas Price, Edwin Paxton Hood, Jonathan Edwards Ryland - English literature - 1858
...mass of letters which would have stamped Burr's character with infamy. In 1 804 he gave Hamilton, his political opponent, a mortal wound in a duel. He soon after conceived the project of his mad, and not very well explained, enterprise in the western country of the United States, for which...
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Dictionary of the United States Congress: Containing Biographical Sketches ...

Charles Lanman - United States - 1859 - 693 pages
...choice was decided by Congress, on the thirty-sixth ballot, in favor of Jefferson for President, and Burr for Vice-President. On the 12th of July, 1804,...in a duel. He soon after conceived the project of his enterprise in the western country of the United States; for which he was at length apprehended...
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Dictionary of the United States Congress: Containing Biographical Sketches ...

Charles Lanman - United States - 1859 - 693 pages
...He soon after conceived the project of his enterprise in the western country of the United States; for which he was at length apprehended and brought...1807, on a charge of treason ; and after a long trial, was acquitted. He afterwards returned to the City of New York, practiced law to some extent, but passed...
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Dictionary of The United States Congress

Charles Lanman - 1864
...choice was decided by Congress, on the thirty-sixth ballot, in favor of Jefferson for President, and Burr for Vice-President. On the 12th of July, 1804,...in a duel. He soon after conceived the project of his enterprise in the Western country of the United States ; for which he was at length apprehended...
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