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Affiches américaines. Numéro 21. Feuille du Cap-Franc̦ais. Du Samedi 12 mars 1791

Label
Affiches américaines. Numéro 21. Feuille du Cap-Franc̦ais. Du Samedi 12 mars 1791
Title
Affiches américaines. Numéro 21. Feuille du Cap-Franc̦ais. Du Samedi 12 mars 1791
Title variation
  • Affiches américaines. Feuille du Cap-Franc̦ais
  • Revolutions de St. Domingue
Subject
Genre
Language
fre
Cataloging source
RIBRL
Citation location within source
  • 75044
  • 2
  • 12
  • p. 435
  • 113
Citation source
  • Sabin
  • Bissainthe, M. Dict. de bib. haïtienne. Journaux
  • Martin & Walter. Révolution française. Journaux
  • Ménier & Debien. Journaux de Saint-Domingue
  • Lib. Company. Afro-Americana
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Fugitive slaves
  • Slavery
  • Europe
  • Haiti
  • Haiti
  • France
Label
Affiches américaines. Numéro 21. Feuille du Cap-Franc̦ais. Du Samedi 12 mars 1791
Link
https://archive.org/details/affichesamricain00unkn_0
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Title from masthead printed within ornamental border
  • Place of publication and name of printer from colophon
  • According to Ménier and Debien, at the end of 1790, this supplement to the Affiches américaines, printed in Port-au-Prince from 1766-1790, became its own independent newspaper. It apparently ceased in September of 1791
  • The best evidence for printing history comes from Ménier & Debien. According to Journaux de Saint-Domingue by M.A. Ménier and G. Debien, the "Avis divers et petites affiches américaines" is a separate publication, printed in Cap-Français in 2 volumes weekly every Wednesday, and ran from v. 1, no. 1 (Aug. 29, 1764) to v. 2, no. 52 (Dec. 25, 1765). The "Avis divers et petites affiches américaines" was continued by the "Affiches américaines", which ran from 1766 to 1790, when in the last part of 1790 the "Affiches américaines. Feuille du Cap" became a separate publication, to be distinguished from "Affiches américaines. Feuille de Port-au-Prince", and lasted until September of 1791. Another incarnation of the "Affiches américaines" appeared in Cap-Français, 1793, but Ménier and Debien claim that this publication bears no relation to the Affiches as printed from 1766-1790. Cf. Ménier & Debien. Journaux de Saint-Domingue, in Extrait de la revue des colonies, Paris, 1950, p. [423]-475
Extent
1 online resource (P. [1], 126-132)
Form of item
online
Note
  • John Carter Brown Library copy bound as 14th item of 104 in vol. 2 of 4 vol. set with: Discours prononcé / par M. le lieutenant-général au gouvernement, en séance publique de l'Assemblée provinciale du Nord, le 17 janvier 1791, [Paris], 1791.
  • John Carter Brown Library copy half bound in contemporary calf spine, marbled boards, and vellum corners.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1038782740
Label
Affiches américaines. Numéro 21. Feuille du Cap-Franc̦ais. Du Samedi 12 mars 1791
Link
https://archive.org/details/affichesamricain00unkn_0
Publication
Note
  • Title from masthead printed within ornamental border
  • Place of publication and name of printer from colophon
  • According to Ménier and Debien, at the end of 1790, this supplement to the Affiches américaines, printed in Port-au-Prince from 1766-1790, became its own independent newspaper. It apparently ceased in September of 1791
  • The best evidence for printing history comes from Ménier & Debien. According to Journaux de Saint-Domingue by M.A. Ménier and G. Debien, the "Avis divers et petites affiches américaines" is a separate publication, printed in Cap-Français in 2 volumes weekly every Wednesday, and ran from v. 1, no. 1 (Aug. 29, 1764) to v. 2, no. 52 (Dec. 25, 1765). The "Avis divers et petites affiches américaines" was continued by the "Affiches américaines", which ran from 1766 to 1790, when in the last part of 1790 the "Affiches américaines. Feuille du Cap" became a separate publication, to be distinguished from "Affiches américaines. Feuille de Port-au-Prince", and lasted until September of 1791. Another incarnation of the "Affiches américaines" appeared in Cap-Français, 1793, but Ménier and Debien claim that this publication bears no relation to the Affiches as printed from 1766-1790. Cf. Ménier & Debien. Journaux de Saint-Domingue, in Extrait de la revue des colonies, Paris, 1950, p. [423]-475
Extent
1 online resource (P. [1], 126-132)
Form of item
online
Note
  • John Carter Brown Library copy bound as 14th item of 104 in vol. 2 of 4 vol. set with: Discours prononcé / par M. le lieutenant-général au gouvernement, en séance publique de l'Assemblée provinciale du Nord, le 17 janvier 1791, [Paris], 1791.
  • John Carter Brown Library copy half bound in contemporary calf spine, marbled boards, and vellum corners.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1038782740

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