Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Toussaint” in chapter 1 of The writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 3.:
... to M. Bayou.
When the rising of the negroes took place, in 1791, Toussaint refused to join them until he had aided M. Bayou and his family to escape to Baltimore.
The white man had discovered in Toussaint many noble qualities, and had instructed him in some of the first branches of education; and the preservation of his life was owing to the negro's gratitude for this kindness.
In 1797, Toussaint ...
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