Rapport fait par Toussaint Louverture, Général en Chef de l'Armée de Saint-Domingue, au Directoire exécutif.


Peru. Protector (1821-1822 : San Martín), El Protector de la libertad del Peru. Consiguiente á lo ofrecido á los esclavos. [Lima, 1821].


The Peruvian constitution did not put an end to slavery, which would continue until 1854. This proclamation helps to illustrate the gradual process of abolition, which some historians instead refer to as the “disintegration” of slavery. It provides for liberty, by lot drawn each 7 September, to be granted 25 slaves who had fought on patriot side in the wars of Independence, but only if they had returned to their masters following cessation of hostilities.