Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Toussaint” in chapter 1 of The writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 3.:
...ed by Leclerc, he was hurried on board a vessel by night, and conveyed to France, where he was confined in a cold subterranean dungeon, at Besangon, where, in April, 1803, he died.
The treatment of Toussaint finds a parallel only in the murder of the Duke D'Enghien.
It was the remark of Godwin, in his Lectures, that the West India Islands, since their first discovery by Columbus, could not boast of a s...
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