Defying Conventions (Part XII)

CHAPTER 9 (continued) The General Assembly seemed to be busy on every previous occasion that Camden had been afforded the opportunity to visit, but today was by far the busiest he had ever seen it. Mr. Randolph also seemed to be impressed with the sheer amount of activity and the press of bodies that seemed to line every hallway and room. The hectic atmosphere, however, was not the only thing that made this visit to the makeshift capitol significant.

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