This chapter describes Robert Morris's incarceration on February 16, 1798 and its impact on Mary; the yellow fever epidemic that ravaged Philadelphia, including Morris's prison; P. Charles L'Enfant's activities since the dissolution of the Chestnut Street project; Morris's release on August 26, 1801; and his activities in the remaining years of his life.
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