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" Maitland, previous to the disembarkation of his troops, returned the visit at Toussaint's camp ; and such was his confidence in the integrity of his character, that he proceeded through a considerable extent of country, full of armed negroes, with only... "
Chronological History of the West Indies - Página 158
por Thomas Southey - 1827 - 872 páginas
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The British review and London critical journal, Volumen15

1820
...baseness.' General Maitland, on reading the letters, found one an artful attempt to persuade Toussaint to seize his guest, as an act of duty to the republic; and the other, a noble and indignant refusal. ' What!' said Toussaint to the perfidious Frenchman,...
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The History of Toussaint Louverture

James Stephen - 1814 - 93 páginas
...baseness." General Maitland read the letters, and found the one an artful attempt to excite Toussaint to seize his guest, as an act of duty to the Republic ; the other, a noble and indignant refusal. " What/' said Toussaint, " have I not passed my " word...
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History of the Wars Occasioned by the French Revolution, from the ..., Volumen1

C. H. Gifford - 1817
...baseness." General Maitland read the letters, and found the one an artful attempt to excite Toussaint to seize his guest, as an act of duty to the republic ; the other, a noble and indignant BOOK T. refusal. " What," said Toussaint, " hare I not passed my...
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The Quarterly Review

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray (IV), Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle) - 1819
...the visit at Toussaint's camp ; and such was his confidence in the integrity of his character, that he proceeded through a considerable extent of country...occasion, advising him to seize his guest as an act act of duty to the republic: on the route, General Maitland was secretly informed of Roume's treachery,...
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The Quarterly review, Volumen21

1819
...Toussaint's camp ; and such was his confidence in the integrity of his character, that he proceeded through 9 considerable extent of country full of armed negroes, with only three attendants. Ronnie-, the French commissioner, wrote a letter to Toussaint on this occasion, advising him to seize...
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The Percy Anecdotes: Original and Select, Volumen16

1826
...the visit at Toussaint's camp ; and such was his confidence in the integrity of his character, that he proceeded through a considerable extent of country,...Toussaint, he determined to proceed. On arriving at head quarters, he was desired to wait. It was some time before Toussaint made his appearance; at length,...
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The Percy Anecdotes: Original and Select [by] Sholto and Reuben ..., Volumen16

1826
...the visit at Toussaint's camp ; and such was his confidence in the integrity of his character, that he proceeded through a considerable extent of country,...Roume, the French commissioner, wrote a letter to Tonssaint on this occasion, advising him to seize Ms guest, as an act of duty to the republic. On the...
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A Tribute for the Negro: Being a Vindication of the Moral, Intellectual, and ...

Wilson Armistead - 1848 - 564 páginas
...one of them to be from the French commissioner, Roume, being an artful attempt to persuade Toussaint to seize his guest, as an act of duty to the republic; the other was a noble and indignant refusal. "What!"said Toussaint, in his letter to the perfidious...
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TOUSSAINT L'OUVERTURE: A BIOGRAPHY AND AUTOBIOGRAPHY

JAMES REDPATH - 1863
...the visit at Toussaint's camp ; and such was the confidence in the integrity of his character, that he proceeded through a considerable extent of country,...full of armed negroes, with only three attendants. Bourne, the French commissary, wrote a letter to Toussaint on this occasion, advising him to seize...
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Short Biographical Sketches of Eminent Negro Men and Women in Europe and the ...

1910 - 103 páginas
...one of them to be from the French Commissioner Roume, being an artful attempt to persuade Toussaint to seize his guest as an act of duty to the Republic; the other was a noble and indignant refusal. "What," said Toussaint in his letter to the perfidious...
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