Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Miss.” in entry blennerhassett-harman of Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History:
...te, in a degree.
and Blennerhassett and his wife became fugitives in 1807.
He was prosecuted as an accomplice of Burr, but was discharged.
Then he became came a cotton-planter near Port Gibson. Miss. , but finally lost his fortune, and, in 1819, went to Montreal, and there began the practice of law. In 1822, he and his wife went to the West Indies.
Thence they returned to England, where Blennerb...
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