Histoire de l'ile de la Trinidad sous le gouvernement espagnol, Volumen2

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Maisonneuve et cie, 1882

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Página 411 - ... november 1794, with the United States of America, without any regard to my rights, which were well known to him. I remarked it again in his repugnance to the adoption of my plans and ideas which might accelerate the termination of the war, and in the vague reply which Lord Grenville gave to my ambassador, the marquis del Campo, when he demanded succours of him to continue it.
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Página 390 - All masters of slaves must give them habitations, distant those of the men from those of the women, if they are not married; and they must be commodious and sufficient to defend them from the inclemencies of the weather, with beds, blankets, and every thing necessary. Each man shall have his own bed, and there shall be no more than two in a room; another habitation, separated from the rest, which must be warm and commodious, shall be destined for the sick, who must be assisted with every thing necessary...
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