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- CHAPTER v. - - -

The Department of State still without a Head–Sketch of Jefferson's Character and
Opinions—Deeply immersed in French Politics at Paris–Gouverneur Morris

Washington's Journey through the Eastern States—John Hancock—Clashing be-

tween the Civil and Municipal Authorities on the President's entry into Boston

—A Contest of Etiquette—Washington's account of his Entry—His Reception—
A new Punctilio–Address of the Cincinnati Society—Return to New York....

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&ural Hours at Mount Vernon—Assembling of Second Congress—Washington's

opening Speech—Two Expeditions organized against the Indians, under Scott

and Wilkinson—Their feeble Result—Third Expedition under St. Clair—His dis-

astrous Contest and dismal Retreat—How Washington received the Intelli-
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CIIAPTER XVI. **

CHAPTER xxIII.

Neutrality endangered by Great Britain—Her ill-advised Measures—Detention of
Wessels bound for France-Impressment of American Seamen—Persistence in

CHIAPTER XXVI.

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