During the year 1783 Freneau's pen was very busy in various lines of work.
Freneau had intended to start a newspaper somewhere in New Jersey.
There was a stone chimney, with a great wide fireplace, where Freneau was cooking supper.
"National Gazette," story of its establishment by Freneau, 168, 172.
Unprejudiced criticism, however, has always exalted Freneau's work.
Mrs. Freneau's fortune was almost depleted by the inroads of the war.
This is Freneau's hymn of thanksgiving at the close of the war.
And after all the weary watching Mr. Freneau arrived by coach.
Freneau revised it with a careful hand for his edition of 1786.
Freneau was on board, though he was not the captain of the ship.