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P R E F A C E . our gratitude: our children fhall keep it in remembrance. France, unapprized that fuch calamities might befal us, has taken no meafures to protect us againft their effects: with what admiration will fhe learn, that, without your affiftance, we fhould no longer exift as a dependency to any nation. "

REGENERATED

'' THE Commiffioners deputed by us t o t h e ifland of J a m a i c a , have informed us of your exertions to ferve us.—Receive the affurance of our attachment and, fenfibility. '' THE Governor-general of this ifland, whofe fentiments perfectly accord with our own, participates equally in the joy we feel at your prefence, and in our gratitude for the affiftance you have brought us." A T this juncture, the French colonifts in St. Do­ mingo, however they might have been divided in c political

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An historical survey of the french colony in the island of St. Domingo comprehending a short account  

Auteur. Edwards, B. / Ouvrage patrimonial de la Bibliothèque numérique Manioc. Service commun de la documentation, Université des Antilles e...

An historical survey of the french colony in the island of St. Domingo comprehending a short account  

Auteur. Edwards, B. / Ouvrage patrimonial de la Bibliothèque numérique Manioc. Service commun de la documentation, Université des Antilles e...

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