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CHAPTER 9 (continued) The General Assembly seemed to be busy on every previous occasion that Camden had been afforded the opportunity to visit, but…
New to the series? Start here CHAPTER 9 Peering across the hall to where his apprentice was supposed to be studying, Mr. Randolph perceived that the…
CHAPTER 8 (continued) On the way back from a brief visit at Mr. Johnson’s office, Camden decided to stop and eat lunch at a small shop near Independence…
As Defying Conventions begins to draw to a close, be sure to stay around for a follow-up novel that will also be serialized at “The Tidewater Papers…
New to the series? Start here. CHAPTER 7 Georgiana’s inkwell was ready and she had paper enough at hand. Her father was off attending to business of the…
New to the series? Start here. CHAPTER 6 Camden and Monroe arrived at Independence Hall early on that first morning. It was only today that a sufficient…
New to the series? Start here. CHAPTER 5 (continued) They had stopped for the evening just outside of Baltimore. More of their journey was behind them…
New to the series? Start here. CHAPTER 5 The ale at The Laughing Fox was the best in Philadelphia. Nat was so adamant about its quality that he was…
CHAPTER 4 The day’s assignment called for a lengthy reading from a treatise on the subject of torts. Compared to property law, Camden found this topic…
CHAPTER 3 It was late one February morning when Mr. Randolph had sent Camden into the sitting room to finish a reading assignment. Camden had read Plato…
CHAPTER 2 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania February 1787 The Dancing Rooster was one of Nathaniel Aldridge’s favorite places. The ale was weak and the food…