By Maurice J. Bric William Mulligan
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W. 31 Maxwell was anxious to reduce the burden on the colony’s treasury, yet aware of the human need that underlay the expense and, moreover, the reality that those people left unprovided for upon liberation represented a substantial and growing population. On several occasions, Maxwell attempted to secure further ﬁnancial resources from Britain to allow a properly managed, centrally funded rice-rationing programme to continue to support the most vulnerable. 32 Nevertheless, by the end of Maxwell’s tenure in 1814, bills drawn “for the Subsistence and Maintenance, &c.
Arnaud André Roberjot Lartigue to Jean-Louis Ferrand, 25 Sept. 1805, Archives Nationales, Paris, F3-284. 37. Arnaud André Roberjot Lartigue to Médéric Louis Élie Moreau de Saint-Méry, 30 Nov. 1806, Archives Nationales, Paris, F3-284. 38. Jenson, Beyond the slave narrative, p. 176; Michael P. Johnson, “Denmark Vesey and his Co-conspirators”, The William and Mary Quarterly, 58, 4 (2001), pp. 915–76; Winthrop D. Jordan, Tumult and Silence at Second Creek: An Inquiry Into a Civil War Slave Conspiracy (Baton Rouge, LA, 1993).
Nugent hoped that by limiting the breaks in the boundary around the free state, he might be able to better contain the Haitians within their country and he could watch over the relationships between Haitians and other foreigners. Dessalines, in his counter to the British treaty, added eight more ports. For his part, he hoped to facilitate international trade. 20 24 Haitian Anti-slavery and National Independence More than a year after the end of these negotiations, Dessalines reafﬁrmed these boundaries in his national constitution.
A Global History of Anti-slavery Politics in the Nineteenth Century by Maurice J. Bric William Mulligan