Ms. L. : Jérémie [Saint-Domingue] au Général Leclerc, 1802 Feb. 20.


Ms. L. : Jérémie [Saint-Domingue] au Général Leclerc, 1802 Feb. 20.

Writes about hearing from Commandant Bernard of the beginning of the insurrection at Jérémie. Mentions the activities of Charles Belaire, Dessalines and Toussaint. Discusses measures to be taken to assure a return to normality.

1 item (3 p.) ; 25 cm.

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