CHAP. L. HISPANIOLA CONTINUED
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Effects produced in France by the death o f Oge.—Pro ceedings off the National Assembly in relation to the Mulattoes.— Insurrection among the Negro Slaves.— H orrid degradations committed, by them.— Instances off barbarity.— Instance offidelity.— Progress of destruction during the first tiro months.— Insurgents increase in number, and extend their ravages.— Mulattoes menace P o rt au Prince.— Truce, or concordat, agreed, on.— Decree o f the \5 tft off May, acknoirledged and admitted by the Whites.— National Assembly repeals the Decree in France, in the moment it iras admitted by the Colo nists.— Both parties again resort to arms.— The M u lattoes set Jire to Port au Prince.— General battle.— Instance o f inhumanity committed by the Whites.— Retaliated by the Mulattoes.