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NOTE TO THE THIRD VOLUME.
WHEN the Author commenced the publication of this work, he informed his Publishers that he should probably complete it in three volumes.
What he gave as a probability, they understood as a certainty, and worded their advertisements accordingly. His theme has unexpectedly expanded under his pen, and he now lays his third volume before the public, with his task yet unaccomplished. He hopes this may not cause unpleasant disappointment. To present a familiar and truthful picture of the Revolution and the personages concerned in it, required much detail and copious citations, that the scenes might be placed in a proper light, and the characters introduced might speak for themselves, and have space in which to play their parts.
The kindness with which the first two volumes have been received, has encouraged the author to pursue the plan he had adopted, and inspires the hope that the public good-will which has cheered him through so long a period of devious authorship, will continue with him to the approaching close of his career.
SUNNYSIDE, June, 1856.
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CONTENTS OF VOLUME III.
Schuyler on the point of Resigning.-Committee of Inquiry report in
his Favor.—His Memorial to Congress proves Satisfactory.-Dis-