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8alendar ofRochambeauPapers

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THEVICOMTEDEROCHAl\1BEAUSonofthe Marechal(Afterananonymouscontemporary portrait. Collectionof the Chateau de Rocha71zbeau)

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8alendar ofRochambeauPapers aiiheCUniversiiy ofFlorida hibraries CompiledbyLauraV.MontiUNIVERSITYOFFLORIDALIBRARIESGainesville/1972

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Copyright1972bytheStateofFloridaBoardofTrusteesoftheInternalImprovementTrustFund All Rights Reserved DesignedbyStanleyD.HarrisLibraryofCongressCatalogCardNo.72-91130ISBN-0-B130-0377-6 Printed in Florida

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TomysisterAliciaJ.andtomyfriendJeanHixson

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Acknowledgmen!s ThegratitudeandthanksoftheEditorgofirsttotheInstitutFran gais de WashingtonandtheSocietyforFrenchHistoricalStudiesfortheawardoftheChinardPrize,whichmadepossiblethepublicationofthisCalendar;alsotoDr.FrancesChildsoftheChinardPrizeCommitteeforherconstantsupportofthisendeavor;toDr.Howard C.RiceofthesameCommitteeforhisvaluablesuggestions;toDr.ClaudeSturgilloftheHistoryDepartmentattheUniversityofFlorida,andMlle.M.Lenoir, Conservateur en chef des Arohives de ZaGuerre, fortheirhelpinidentifyingcertainsignatures;totheUniversityofFloridaLibrariesinthepersonofDr.GustaveHarrerforsharingtheexpensesofthispublication;tothemembersofthestaffoftheSpecialCollectionsDepartment:Mrs.SylviaSanMartinforherassistance;MissLynneTartakowforhercarefulandalerthandlingofthemanuscript,andfinallytoMissLindaAndeswhoreadandcorrectedit,andwhoseaccurateandmeticuloustypingmadethisoffsetpublicationformatpossible.

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Contents Introduction1Abbreviations6Observations7TheCalendar9Notes308IndexofNames310SourcesConsulted327ix

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Iniroduchon ItseemsfittingthattheInstitut Franqais deWashingtonandtheSocietyforFrenchHistoricalStudies,inordertofurtherresearchintheFrenchAmericanfield,awardedjointlyin1971theChinardPrizetothepublicationofacalendarofthepapersofGeneralDonatienMarieJosephdeVimeurde Rochambeau, famoussonofamorefamousfather,bothconnectedtotheAmericanWarofIndependence.WhenJeanBaptisteDonatiendeVimeur,CountofRochambeau, wasgiventhecommandofthetroopsbyLouisXVI, whohadatlastdecidedtosendhelptotheAmericansintheirfightforfreedom,DonatienMarieJosephaccompaniedhisfatherwiththerankofAide majorgeneral deLogis.Thoughstillveryyoung,hefoughtbesidehisfather,takinganactivepartinthewar.BothweredistinguishedbyGeneralWashingtonfortheirservicetotheAmericancause.Thefatherwas made memberoftheOrderofCincinnatiandtheSenatepresentedhimwithpiecesofcannontakenfromtheenemyandengravedwithaninscriptionhonoringtheGeneral'sarms.Hissontoobecamea memberofthatorderoncebackinFrance.Theking,inhisturn,greatlyhonoredCountRochambeauforhisconduct seas.SomeyearslatertheyoungRochambeau wasappointedLieutenantgene raZ duRoi.CalledtobecommanderofWindwardIsland,wherehewastoreplaceBehague,hedepartedforSaintDominguewherehefoundtheinsurrectionbreakingout,represseditandthenwenttoMartinique.Herehemettheoppositionoftheroyalistswho,withBehagueastheirleader,hadjoinedtheEnglishagainstFrenchRepublicans.RochambeaudefeatedtheroyalistsandpreventedthemfromtakingGuadeloupeandSainteLucie.BythenhewasinfusedwiththeidealsoftheRevolutionandwantedfreedomforthecolonies.In1793theEnglishtriedagaintotakeMartinique,with14,000men. Rochambeauwithonlyahandfulofmen,fivehundredinall,dividedhisforcesandresistedsiegeinFortsBourbonandRoyal;butwhilehewasoutharassingtheenemyandforagingforprovisionstherumorspreadthathehaddeserted.TheMunicipalite,whichdislikedhim,appointedacouncilthatopenedthedoorsofthecitytothebesiegers.Though Rochambeauandhissoldiersdefendedthefortswithloyalty,courageandlongresistance,FortRoyalwasfinallyobligedtosurrender,andtheGeneralhimselfwastakenprisoner.Beingatthistimeasickandexhaustedman,hewasfreedonconditionthathewouldnotfightinthecoloniesanylonger.Atthispoint,WashingtoninvitedhimtocometoPhiladelphiaandheaccepted.WhiletherehereceivedgreatsignsofesteemfromthePresidentandtheAmericanpeople.FromtheUnitedStateshesentareportofI

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CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2hisactionstoFrance,areportthatneverreachedtheConventionbecauseRobespierre,bitterenemyofthecolonies,imprisonedthemessengers.WhenRobespierrediedRochambeaureturnedtoFranceandin1796hewasappointedgovernorofSaintDomingue.SettingoutwithfourhundredmenhearrivedinMayonlytofindthattheSouthernPartwasinupheaval.Inhispositionofauthorityhetriedtocalmexcitedspiritsandrestoreorder,butmetwithseriousobstaclesintheillwillofthemilitaryleadersunderhiscommand,andofthe commissairescivils. IncoalitiontheywereabletooustRochambeaufromhisofficeandsendhimbacktoFrance.ForsometimeheremainedindisgraceintheeyesoftheFrenchgovernment,butby1798hehadrecoveredallhisranksandhonorsandsubsequentlycommandedcertaindivisionsinbothAustriaandItaly,wherehedistinguishedhimselfagainandagain.Whenin1802thegreatexpeditiontoSaintDomingue wasorganizedunderthecommandofGeneralLeclerc,Rochambeau,becauseofhisspecialknowledgeofthecolony,wascalledtobesecondincommand.AssoonastheexpeditionarrivedontheislandRochambeauhadtoface Gouverneur ToussaintLouverture.Defeatinghim,theGeneralthenwastodealwiththemountingnegroinsurrectionandtofacemanybloodyencounters.WhenGeneralLeclercsuccumbedtotheyellowfever,Rochambeaubecame Capitainegeneral ofthecolony.Greathopesarosewithhisappointment,asisconveyedbyhiscorrespondence,buthedidnotmeasureuptothesehopesbecauseofhisantipathytowardsthenativenegropopulation.Hecouldhavehadagreat in fluenceuponthesituationofSt.Domingue;insteadhebecameinvolvedinacruelwarwithDessalines,eachofhisvictoriesincreasingthecost in menandmoney. The numberofsoldiersdeclined,famineandsicknesssurroundedthem,andtheGeneralsufferedanattackofyellowfever.Whenthewarwi.thEnglandbrokeout,DessalinessoughtoutanalliancewiththeEnglish;consequentlyRochambeau wasattackedwithintheislandbyDessalines'strongarmy,andashehadnoreinforcementsfromFrance,hetookrefugeinLe Cap. AtthesametimetheEnglishnavyhadmanagedtoestablishablockadeandtheGeneralwaseventuallyobligedtoceasehiscourageousresistance,capitulatingtotheEnglishcommanderLoringon November30,1803.TheFrenchpartoftheislandthereforefellintothehandsofDessalines,whowasappointedgovernor.Rochambeau wastakenprisoner,senttoJamaicaalongwiththegreaterpartofhissoldiers,andlatertoEngland.In1805hewastransferredtotheprisonofNorman-Cross, from whichhewasfreedin1811inanexchangeofprisonersbetweenNapoleonandGeorgeIII.Inanefforttorecoverhisstrengthheretiredtohischateau,whereheledaquietlifeuntilNapoleoncalledhimbacktocommand adivisionofthearmygoingtoGermanyundertheordersofLauriston.Hefoughtwithhonorandcouragebut,mortallywounded,diedinactionatLeipzigin1813.GeneralchronologyofRochambeau's1755,August71769,August51772,March 24life:BorninParisEnteredthemilitaryprofessionassous-lieutenantinthe ArtilleryRegiment Aide-major intheAuvergneInfantry

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31773,July281774,March 24 17791779,January221780,July121780,October281781,March 241783,February201783,July71791,June301792,July91792,September281793,January301794,March 241796,May121796,July181800,January18011801,October281802,February21802,November1803,November 28 18051811,December 61813,January71813,January171813,March 31INTRODUCTIONCaptainAide-majorintheArtoisDragoons Aide-de-camp tohisfather,GeneralJeanBaptisteDonatiende Vimeur Comte de RochambeauColonelsecondincommandintheBourbonnaisInfantryArrivedwithhisfatherinRhodeIsland(D. S.A.)ReturnedtoFrancetorequestmorehelpforhisfather'scampaignCamebacktoAmericaonboardthefrigateLaConcorde,andjoinedhisfatherinBostonArrivedbackatNantesColonelincommandoftheRoya1AuvergneInfantry Marechal de camp Lieutenant general incommandoftheFrenchWindwardIslandsTookrefugeinSaintDomingue,electedgovernorbytheFrenchadherentsinplaceofD'EsparbesWentbacktotheWindwardIslandsbutwasblockadedinMartiniqueSurrenderedafterasiegebytheBritishofFortRoyalinMartiniqueArrivedinSaintDomingueasgovernorDismissedbythecommissioner,Sonthonax;returnedtoFranceReinstatedbytheFirstConsulas General deDivisionandsentwithadivisiontoItalyWenttoPortugalwithLeclercWascalledtoformpartasadivisioncommanderofLeclerc'sexpeditiontoSaintDomingueArrivedinSaintDomingueandtookFortDauphinUponLeclerc'sdeathRochambeaubecameCapitaine general de la Co lonie SurrenderedtotheEnglish;wastakenprisonerWastransferredtotheprisonofNorman-CrossinEnglandReturnedtoFranceinanexchangeofprisonersReturnedtoserviceinthearmy Was placedincommandofthe4thDivisionoftheObservationCorpsontheElbe,underGeneralLauristonTook commandofthe19thInfantry

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CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAU,PAPERS41813,May191813,September251813,October20Divisionofthe5thCorpsofthe WaswoundedatthebattleofEichbertGiventheOfficer'sCrossoftheLegionofHonorDied,mortallywoundedatthebattleofLeipzig/Theabovechronologywillhelptosituateintimeandspacethecol-lectionofpapersofGeneralRochambeauinthepossessionoftheUniversityofFloridaLibraries.In1958,duetotheeffortsoftheformerDirector,Mr.StanleyWest,andtheAssistantDirector,Dr.MargaretKnoxGoggin,itwaspossiblefortheLibrarytoacquirethenucleusofthecollectionattheauctionofSothebyofLondon.Throughtheyearsmoredocumentswereadded,boughtfromJulioLoboofMadrid,KrausofNewYork,andFischerofPuertoRicowhoserepresentativeswerealsoattheSothebysale.Howthecollectioncameintothehandsofthislatterbookdealercouldwellbeinitselfasubjectforresearch,becausewheninquirywas madein1971Sothebyrepliedthattherewerenorecordsofprovenance.ThedescendentsofGeneralRochambeau,CountsPhilippeandMicheldeRochambeau,whohavebeencontacted,areequallyunawareoftheoriginofthismaterial.ThecollectionprovidesaninexhaustiblesourceofinformationforthehistoryofSaintDomingue(Haiti);italsoshedslightonthehistoriesofSantoDomingo,JamaicaandMartinique.Themostimportantgroupofthesedocumentscoverstheyears18011803,whenthenegroinsurrectionandtheupheavalinthecolonyofSt.Dominguereachedapointofnoreturn.Buttherearealsoscattereddocumentsdatingbackto1766,withextremelydiverseinformationabouttheisland:itspopulation,commerce,laws,customs,roads,buildings,agriculture,etc.,informationgatheredpresumablyforpoliticaloradministrativepurposeswithfutureexpeditionsinmind.ThegroupofletterssenttoRochambeaubytheEnglishcommandersLoring,DundasandBlighandwrittenfromPortRoyal,Jamaicaandonboardthe Bellerophon, ismostsignificant.Thefirstlettersarecourteous,butbecomeprogressivelymoreandmorehostile,andendwithathreateningletterfromGeneralLoringimposingconditionsofsurrenderon Rochambeau. TheletterssenttoRochambeaubythegeneralsLavaletteandPanissecontainnewsaboutthewar,securitymeasures and movementsoftroops.ThosefromDaure,JauvinandBertranddealwiththemilitaryandciviladministrationofthesouthernandwestern departements. ThelettersfromDessalinesaddressedtoLeclercshowthechangesinthinkingofthisnegroleader;atthesametime,lettersfromothermilitarychiefsindicatethesuspicionswhichsurroundedhisactions.AllthiscorrespondencedemonstrateshowthesituationoftheFrenchArmywasdeterioratingforlackofreinforcements,suppliesandfood,andduetoincreasingsicknessamongthesoldiers.ItisinterestingtonotethatincomparingthegroupofdecreesbyLeclerc,foundhereindraftform,tothepublisheddecrees(mostoftenpublishedintheofficialGazette),thechangesmadereflectclearlythevacillationsanddoubtsinthemindoftheirauthor.AllofthismaterialiscomplementedbymicrofilmsofcertaingroupsofcorrespondenceobtainedbytheUniversityofFloridaLibrariesfromthe Archive national:thelettersofAndrieu,Daure,Drouin,Lefebure,Pi-

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5INTRODUCTIONchon,Repussard,Rochambeau, Roume,Vincent,aswellasdocumentsandreportsaddressedtoRochambeaubythecommandersofLeCap aresupplementedinthismanner.Intimethesemicrofilmswillalsobeindexedfortheconvenienceoffutureresearchers.Finally,therearealsoseveralmapsinthiscollection,alloriginalspresentingdifferentroadsandportsoftheFrenchpartoftheis-land.

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Abbreviaiions The namesofmonthsinEnglishareabbreviatedaccordingtocommonusage.ThemonthsoftheFrenchRevolutionaryCalendarareabbreviatedasfollows:vend.:brum.:frim.:niv.:pluv.:vent.:vendemiairebrumairefrimairenivosepluvioseventasegerm.:germinalflor.:flor.prair.:prairialmes.:messidortherm.:thermidorfruct.:fructidorjourcompl.:jourcomplementaireOtherabbreviations:AD:ADS:AL:ALS:D:DS:L:LS:duple:enc.:fOe:Mme.:M.:Mlle.:n.d.:no.:nos.:n.p.:n.s.:BVo. :p.:pp.:4.:ler:Ze,3 e ,S.M.C. :St.:autographdocumentautographdocumentsignedautographletterautographlettersigneddocument documentsignedletter lettersignedduplicateenclosure(s)folioMadameMonsieurMademoisellenodatenumber numbers noplacenosenderoctavopagepagesquartopremieretc.:deuxieme,troisieme,etc.SuMajestadCatolica(HisCatholic.Majesty)Saint6

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ObservahonsDates.WhenaRepublicandateappearsonthedocument,itisindicatedasthefirstdatehere,followedbytheGregoriandatetofacilitateworkforthosenotsofamiliarwiththeFrenchRevolutionaryCalendar.Editorialsymbols.Bracketsareusedtoindicateanywordnotintheoriginaldocumentbutaddedintheinterestofclarity.Parenthesesareusedwhen somewordorconceptneedsfurtherclarification.Questionmarksindicateoccasionswhennames,placesortextareindoubt.SuperscriptnotenumbersrefertotheNotesfollowingtheCalendar.Enclosures.Theenclosuresarelistedunderseparatenumbersonlywhenthesignatureisdifferentfromthatofthemaindocument,orwhencontentisimportantenoughtomeritindividuallisting.Italics.ItalicsareusedtoindicateFrenchranks,titles,allnamesofships,orFrenchwordswhichstandaloneinthetext,butnotforthosewordsformingpartofa nameofmilitaryoradministrativedivisions.Militarydivisions.Namesofmilitarydivisionsarekeptastheyappearinthetextofthedocument.Personalnames.Mostdocumentsaresignedbylastnameonly,andeven if thecorrespondentusedletterheadpaperitonlyindicateshisfamilynameandtitle.Asthereweremanyofficialswiththesamelastname,agreatefforthasbeenmadetoidentifyeachindividualandhisfirstname:thelatterhasnotbeenplacedwithinbracketshere.Whennamesareindoubtbecausethesignatureisillegibleoruncleartheyarefollowedbyaquestionmark.Places.Thenamesofplacesappearingunderthedatearecitedastheyappearinthedocuments,sometimescompletedbytheeditorandindicatedassuch.IfplacesarenotlocatedinSaintDomingue(Haiti)theyarefollowedbythenameofthecountryinwhichtheyaresituated.Ranksandtitles.Intheauthorentry,rankortitleiskeptintheoriginallanguagetoavoidconfusionbytranslation.Theeditorhastriedtounifytitlesandranksreferringtothesamepersonexceptincaseswhereachangeinpostorrankisindicated.InthetextranksarealsokeptinFrenchexceptincaseswherethereisnoquestionofconfusion(i.e.,general,captain,lieutenant,etc.).7

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CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS8WhenGeneralsLeclercandRochambeauarerecipientsoftheletterstheuseoftheirtitlesisavoidedhere. thesenderaddresseshisletteronlywiththetitle,thenameoftheperson,whenidentified,isaddedbetweenbrackets.WhenthecorrespondentsareofnationalityotherthanFrench,titlesandranksarekeptintheappropriatevernacular.Spelling.Thereis'considerablevariationinthespellingofplacesandnamesfromonedocumenttoanother,variationthatexistsalsointhehistorytextsconsulted.TheeditorhastriedtomakethespellingofplacesuniformwhentheyappearintheCalendarbeneaththedate;andanefforthasbeenmadealsotostandardizepersonalnamesintheentries,withvariationsoftheseindicatedintheIndexofNames. Theidentificationandstandardizationofallnamesappearinginthetexthasnotbeenattempted,astheirgreatnumbermakesthisprohibitive.

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1'TheCalendar1744,18Dec.SUSINI,PMasterofthe"Aigrette"Kingston(Jamaica)DS.AlistofgoodswhichshouldbedeliveredtoM.DrouilhetatPortofCapDameMarie.1p.12x23.5cm.(inEnglish)1773Versailles(France)1773,15MayBOURGEOISDEBOYNES.Ministrede Marine Versailles(France)LSto:[noaddressee]HewillseethatthenameofCitizenChampi guyisbroughttotheattentionoftheKingastheaddresseehassuggested.1p.fOe3.4.I ,17/ 1762,28Jan.Port-au-Prince!1763St.Domingue 1764St.Domingue1780,7MarchPort-au-PrinceBART,PHILIPPEFRANCOIS.CapitainedesVais seaux du GOuverneur lieutenantdes Isles de l'Amerique du etBONARDD'AUGNYConsei ller duRoyDS.ResolutiongivingpermissionandprotectiontoacertainshipbuilderinSt.Domin guefortheintroductionofacargooffoodandutensils.3pp.fOeMORIGNY,MDE.DS. MemoirconcerningtheunrestinSt.Domingue;theuseofpoisonbytheindians,anditsfatalconsequences.10 pp. fOeDIRECTIONGENERALEDESFORTIFICATIONS.D.DescriptionoftheroutefromSt.Domin guetoLeCap andfromtheretothecityofSt.RaphaelthroughAruaandSanJuan,ajourneyofeightdays.53pp.fOe(twocopies)LOUISXV.Roide France DS.Listofpersonsandamountsofmoney'tobepaidtothemfromtheCaisse royale. 5pp.fOeBOUROET,JACQUESVICTOR.DS.ProxygiventoM.delaCombe. 3pp.fOe9

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8-17CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS101780,8May[n.p.] /1781,18Jan.SaintMarc ;: 1782,9MarchParis(France)11.1785Martinique12.1785,22 MarchA bord de "Le Pivert" 13.1786,1Sept.Port-au-Prince14.1786,12Oct.LeCap 15.1787[n.p.]16.1787,16 MarchPort-au-Prince17.1787-1788FONTANGES,FRANCOIS.CommissaireD(copy).NotesgatheredbyM.IeVte.deFontangesconcerningthestateofdefenseoftheislandin1762;VicomtedeBelsuncejudgedhecouldnotdefendtheisland;planofdefenseforthepresentwar:fortifications,troops,ships.20pp.fa.GRANDIN, Greffier DS.ContractofmarriagebetweenLouisJeanSallonieredeBal1erayandMlle.MarieLouisede Meyere. 11pp.fa.LATOURDUPIN,JEANFREDERICDE. Gouverraev..rgeneral de l'Armee duRoiDS.AwardspensiontoJeanMichaud.1p.24 x30.5cm.(Printedtextonparchment)[BEXON,M.] surla Martinique:DetailedsurveyofMartiniquewithdescriptionsoffortificationsandrecapitulationofexpendituresonfortificationsandharbor \-lorks from 1785to1789;estimateofservicenecessarytocompleteworksunderconstruction.49pp.fOeDEBRIEUX,DS.ExtractofhisdiarywhereherelatestheepisodeoftwoAmericanshipswhichwereillegallyanchoredalongthecoastoftheisland.4pp.4.LALUZERNE,CESARHENRI,COMTEDE. Gouvernev..r deSt.DomingueLS(dup1.)to:M.Ma1esherbesAsks himtohelpthecauseofthecolonyinthefieldofprintingbyabolishingtheexistingmonopolywhichmakesprintingthreetimesmoreexpensivethaninFrance.2pp.fa.DUPONT-LEVILLE,Lto: ZeSenechal Juge RoiaZRequestforassignmentoffundstoCitizenLa Rouge. 2pp.fa.LASERRE,DinnerinvitationforM.andMme.Marbois.(addressleaf)CROUZILLEAU, Procureur DS. A summonstocourtofCitizenGroigny.1p.fa.LALUZERNE,CESARHENRI,COMTEDE. Gouverneur

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11CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS18 ... 23[n.p.]18.1788,1Sept.GrandeRivieredesGonaives19.1789,15AprilPlaisance20.1789,15Oct.PetiteRivieredesGonalves21.1791,7Jan.Port-au-Prince22.1791,11Feb.[n.p.]23.1791,26MayLesCayesdeSt.DomingueThreedinnerinvitationstoM.de1aSerre.(addressleaf)VINCENT,[ALEXANDRE?]. Dipecteup desFortificationsdeSt.DomingueD(copy).ReportaddressedtotheMinistrede MarineontheutilityofnewcommunicationbetweentheNorthernandWesternPartsofthecolonyduringthewar,andonthemeansofdefenseforguaranteeingthesecurityofthatcommunication.(Thislastwasordered13Sept.,1787.)18pp.fOeSee also no. 20.D.Reportonthestrategicimportanceofthe Male St.Nicolas;needforoccupationofthismoleforprotectionofcommerceandfordefenseagainstcontrabandandenemies.10pp.fOe(twocopies)D.Reportcontainingvariousparts:surveyofthedistancebetweendifferentpointsoftheisland;surveyofthedifferentmeansofcommunicationbetweentheNorthernandWesternPartsoftheisland,andtheextensionsofthesecommunications;informationabouttheweakpointsofthedefenseinPort-auPrince;aplanforthelandingofLeclercandRochambeau comingfromFrance;descriptionofthetopographyandtheroadsoftheislandrequestedbythe General enchef;descriptionofthepartoftheislandwherethewaristakingplace.27pp.fOe(ThisisaseriesofdocumentsgatheredbyVincent,theearliestoneofwhichhasthedateshownabove.)See also nos. 50.CONSEILSUPERIEURDESAINTDOMINGUE.2D.AbstractoftheRegistre.AppointmentofMichel Niceas jurejaugeuretalonneur ofthejurisdictionof Jeremie. 2pp.fa.See also nos. 60.D.Alawrelativetotheindemnitiesgrantedthecommandersofvesselsfortheirpersonnelonboard.2pp.4.(containedinsixarticles)LAUMIN,D(signatureburned).Testimonyofdebtfor230poundstoCaptainDemoliereoftheshipLa Double-Alliance. 1p.15x19em.---------------J

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24-31CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1224.25.26. 27.28. 29.30.31.1791,29JulyPort-au-Prince1792,6March Le Cap 1792,29May Jeremie 1792,29Sept. Limbe 1793,23MayLe Cap 1793,28 Aug. Le Cap 1793,21Oct.Port [Port-au-Prince]1793,21Oct.PlaisanceLAi1ERVEILLERE,DS.ListingofexpensesincurredintheassociationwithM.Bouery,giventohimathisdeparture.2pp.fo.---'DS(dupl.).Inventoryofmaps,plansandme-moirsdepositedintheDirectiondesFortificationsofSt.Dominguein1792.40pp.fa.MUNICIPALITEDEJEREHIE.D.ExtraitdesRegistres:PetitionfortheappointmentofCitizenF. 1-1. Niceas ja:ugeur et etalonneur toberecognizedbythe Uunicipalite of Jeremie, inorderforhimto abletofulfillhisdutiesassuch.2pp.fa.(collatedbyTheveneau)Seealsonos. 60.MOMORET,ALSto:MmeMomoretArrivedatCap on17thandremaineduntilthe21st.DepartingforLimbe.Somuch \.,ork todo.Thecountrywillbelostformanyyearsbecausethenegroeshaveburnedeverything.2pp.40 (addressleaf)VINCENT[ALEXANDRE?]. Directeur desFortificationsdeSt.DomingueD(copy).Observationsonthestateofthe Mole; schemeforitsdefenseincaseofattackbyseaorbyland.Projectformakingitthe"Gibraltar"ofSt.Domingue.20pp.fOeGALBAUD,CEZAR. General L(copy)to: General Galbaud[hisbrother]Suppliesdetailsonthenegroinsurrectioninwhich10,000attackedtheCap.Thecitywasburned.Dufaygaveorderstoburneverythingandthateveryonebechainedlikepigs.4pp. 4. Ene.:adrawingofthegovernmenthousePIERROT, JEAN.Commandant general LSto:theOfficiers duCapAnnounceshisarrivalinthecityandrequestsanaudiencewiththecommander. 2pp.4.(Stampinsteadofsignature)PORCHET,Adjudant general LSto:Les Peres du PeupleReportsthatthecivilcommissionerSonthonaxhasspentthreedaysatGonalves \.;There hejoinedtheGeneral.AssoonastheGeneral's

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13CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS32-3932.33.34.35.36. 37.38.39.1793,25 Nov. LeCap 1793,5 Dec.[Kingston](Jamaica)an4,6vend.41795,28Sept.Paris(France)an4,12vend.1795,4Oct.IsolaPelozaan4,1795-96LeCap 1796,11Apr.9JunePort-au-Princean5,26frim.1796,16 Dec. LeCap an5,6niv.1796,26 Dec.wordreacheshim,orderswillbeforwardedconcerningtreatmentofprisonersinthejailhouse.1p.4.PAl, Delegue de la Commission civile LSto:BignonLetteradvisingBignontoexecutetheordersof22 November. 1p.4.COLLET,PHILIPPEANDRE.ALSto:M.H.KerretConcernstwoyoungnegroeswhodepartedinthelasttwoFrenchboatsfor Jeremie. M.Legrasisaskingthattheybereturned;hewillreimbursetheamountoftheirpassage.3pp.4.DIRECTIONGENERALEDESFORTIFICATIONS.D.ThepresentstateoftheislandofSt.Domingue;needofmaintainingtheworkinghabitsofthenegroes,ofmakingfarmersofthosewhoarenotdefendingtheisland.20pp.fOe(twocopies:attheendofbothcopiesthereisaprecisesketchofpossiblehelptobeexpectedfromtheUnitedStatesofAmericainexpeditionstotheWestIndies,andwhatshouldbedonetowardrestoringtheisland.)LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL. General de Chefde l 'Etat major DS.Certificationofthetruecopyof2ndLieut.Helle'ssheetofservices.1p.fOe(signedoriginallybyMontlahue)[VINCENT,[ALEXANDRE?]. Directeur desFortifications a St.DomingueDS(dup1.).Concernstheformationofa companyofworkmenforreconstructionofdefensesandbuildingsinSt. especiallyinthenorth;thiscompanywillhave400 menundera sergeantmajor whoshouldknowaboutaccountinganddiscipline.Four sergeants underhimwillsurveythework.11pp.fOeLIEMEN,PAUL.DS.Threelettersofexchange.D.ReportonthearmingoftheBatteriede Picolet; plansforchanges;suggestionsforlocationsofcannon.9pp.fOeVINCENT,[ALEXANDRE?]. Directeur desFortificationsdeSt.Domingue

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THEBATTLEOFSANTODOMINGOFrom asketchbyMartinet,engravedbyPourvoyeur

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THECAPTUREOFTHERAVINEOFSNAKESFrom asketchbyKarlGirardet,engravedbyOutwaite

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40-47CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1440.41.42. 43. 44.45.46.47.Le Cap [an5,20pIuv.][1797,8Feb.][n.p.]an5,vent.1797,Feb.orMar.Nantes(France)an6,24frim.1797,14 Dec.PortdePaix1798,3Jan.PortRepublicain1an 6, 30niv.1798,19Jan.FortLiberte71798,24MayLas Cahobasan6,2there1798,20JulyViadana(Italy)an 6, 6there1798,24JulyLeCap D(copy).SchemeofdefenseforFortLibertein ofattackbyland,bysea,orbythepassofFortLabouque.27pp.fa.PELLETIER,Capitainedela Legion d'Egalite DSto: General Hedouvi11eGeneraldescriptionoftheeventsthatoccurredinSt.Dominguebetweenthetimewhenfreedomwasgivenandthe20pluv.,an5;andofthepresentsituationofthecolony.564pp.fOeCHANCEAULME,J__DS.ObservationsregardingthefreedomgiventonegroesintheFrenchcolonies.25pp.fa.LOUVERTURE,TOUSSAINT. General en chef ADS.DefenseofCaptain Hayandon againstaccusationsofpoorconductofhistroopsduringtheeventsatDondon. 2pp.fa.NONEZ,R.DS.MemorandumtestifyingtothedebtsofMme.HalleytothecitizenR.Nanez,withfootnotebythesameaccreditingreceiptfor137gourdes.6Ip.fa.106 eREGIMENT.DS.CertificationofservicesoftheofficerswhocomposedtheConseild'Administration.Ip.fOe(signedbytheofficers)BERGER,LOUISMARIE.Chef de Commandantd.'ArmesLSto:CitoyenLayne Therebelforceshaveabandonedthepostswhichtheyonceoccupied.HeisbeinggivenaproxytoarrangefinancialmatterswithCitizenDuparc.3pp.fa.LECONSEILD'ADMINISTRATIONDUler REGI}lliNT DEHUSSARDS.DS.LeaveofabsencegrantedtoPierreBar re forreasonofillness.1p.fa.(signedbythemembers)HEDOUVILLE,MARIETHEODORE-JOSEPH.Agent particulier du Directoireexecutif D.Decreewitheconomicregulationsfortheplantationworkersinthecolony,prescribingtheirratesofpay,hoursor ,,,ork,'''e1 fare,amenities,penaltiesforfailuretowork,etc.Broadside.(The documentissignedbyT.Hedouvi11eand,onthetrue

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15CALENDAROFROCHAMBEADPAPERS48-5348.49.50.51.52.53.an 7, 19frim.1798,9 Dec.Placedu MoleS an7,30niv.1799,19Jan.Le Cap an7,30niv.1799,19Jan.Le Cap an7,1p1uv.1799,20Jan.Le Mole an7,25p1uv.1799,13Feb.Le Cap an7,20vent.1799,10Mar.Le Mole copy,byGauthier, secretairegeneral. ThefolioisanextractfromtheRegistredes Deliberations de l'Agence du Directoireexe cutifinSt.Domingue.)MOULDT,ANTOINE.ChefdeBataillonau Corps du Genie DS.ReportonthestateofdefensesandbuildingserectedbytheEnglishinthe Mole andsurroundingareasduringtheiroccupationoftheisland.20pp.fOeVINCENT[ALEXANDRE?]. Directeur desFortificationsdeSaintDomingueD(copy).ReportonthedefensesofPort Re pub1icainandsuggestionsforimprovingthem;concernaboutexteriorenemies;FortSt.Josephisgood,butthePorteCharboniereisweak;needofcoordinatingseaandlanddefenses.25pp.fOe---'D(copy).Reportonthepresentconditionofdefensesinthecities,towns,andpostsonthecoastoftheWesternPartofthecolonybetweenPortRepublicainandPort-au-Prince.ThereportalsoincludesGonaivesandthemeansofimprovingdefensesthere.59pp.fa.(twocopies)See also no. 20.MOULDT,ANTOINE.ChefdeBataillonau Corps du Genie DS.DescriptionofpresentconditionsofthePlacedu Mole andofthemilitaryestablishmentsinthe Mole bothbeforeandafterEnglishoccupation.Thedocumentisdividedintwoparts,thefirstdealingwithconditionsofgovernmentbuildings,troops,etc.,thesecondwiththeannexesofthe Mole. 12pp.fOeVINCENT,[ALEXANDRE].DirecteurdesFortificationsdeSt.DomingueD(copy).ConsiderationsupontheconstructionsmadebytheEnglishatMirebalais.TherepublicansdecidedtodestroythefortwhichwasbuiltbytheEnglishasaprecautionarymeasure.2pp.fOeMOULDT,ANTOINE.Chefde Bataillon au Corps du Genie DS.ProjectsreleasedbytheDirection generale desFortificationsrelatingtothelanddefenseofthe Mole intheeventofaseige.15pp.fOe(documenthasasecond

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54-62CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERSdate:an7,19germinal)1654.55.56.1799,12 Mar. Le Cap an7,5germ.1799,25Mar.LeCap an7,27germ.1799,16AprilPortdePaixD'ARGOUT,ROBERT. Marechal desCampset Armees duRoiDS.AppointmentofCitizenDa1banasCapitaineaide major du Corps desChasseursvo lontiers. 1p.25.5x26.5cm.(printedonparchment)ROUME,Agent particulier du Directoireexecutifa St.DomingueDS.GrantspermissiontoCaptainCoudroytoreturntoFrance.1p.fOeCONSEILD'ADMINISTRATIONDU2eBATAILLONDU73 eREGIMENTDEL'INFANTERIE. DS. LeavegrantedtoLieutenantPierreCordier.1p.21x 26 cm.(signedbythemembersoftheConseil)57.an7,5 ejourcom.VINCENT,[ALEXANDRE?]. Directeurdes Fortifica-1799,2Sept.tionsdeSt.DomingueSt.DomingueD(copy).ReportontheconditionoffortificationsandbuildingsintheNorthernandWesternPartsofSt.Domingue.128pp.fOe58.an8,28pluv.1800,17Feb. Jerernie 59.an8,10prair.1800,20MayPortRepublicain60.an8,24fruct.1800,11Sept.LesCayes61.an9,3frim.1800,24 Nov.Bordeaux(France)62.an9DOBIGNIERE,NotaireDS. Ackno'\vledgement ofadebt o'\ved byR.MeisbielletoM.Barbarie.Paymentguaranteedbythemortgageofherproperty.2pp.fOeLOUVERTURE,PAUL.CommandantenchefLSto:LaBounchiereSendingCitizenLemairetoseehimandtellhimabouttheanimalsthey o'\vn aspartners.1p.17x20 cm. NICE,MICHELFRANCOIS.LSto:Laplume, General Petitionforemploymentas jaugeur. 2pp.fOe(ApprovalbytheGeneralandhisappointmentas jaugeur atCayesincluded.)Enc.:seenos. 26.CHEGARAY,GRAMONT.Ancien Jaugeuretalonneur de l' Arrondissementde Jeremie9 LSto:LeclercGoodshavebeenloadedontheshipCatherineElizabeth.Otherpapersconcerningcommerce:includedislistofcurrentpricesofwholesalecolonialmerchandiseaspublishedinBordeaux.7pp.4.Enc.:listofprices[THEVEDAUJ

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17CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS63-7063.64. 65. 66.67.1800-1801Paris(France)an9,14niv.1801,4Jan.[Mole?]an9,26niv.1801,16Jan.Paris(France)an9,22vent.1801,13Mar.Le Cap an9,1germ.1801,22Mar.[n.p.]an9,1germ.1801,22 Mar.JeanRabelD. Resume regardingthepersonalityandactionsofToussaintLouverture.9pp.fOe[VINCENT,ALEXANDRE?]. Directeurgeneral desFortificationsD.Reportonthevisitmadetothefortificationsandconstructions,civilianaswellasmilitary,inFortdePaixandinthe Mole. 22pp.fOeFORFAIT, PIERREALEXANDRELAURENT.Ministrede la MarineetdesColoniesDS.CertificateofresidenceforcitizensJoseph,HenriandVictorMaucer.1p.fOeEne.of2165SONTHONAX,LEGERFELICITE.Commissaire civil de la RepubliqueDS.AppointmentofJosephFraniatteasAdjudant major au5e Regiment.1p.fOeKERVERSAU,Adjudant general D.ReporttotheMinistrede Marine onthesituationoftheFrenchpartofSt.DominguefromthetimeofthepromotionofToussaintLouvertureto General enchefuntil1germinal,an9.36pp.fOe2 eBATAILLON,44 eREGIMENTD'INFANTERIE DS.Certificationbytheofficersthatthecitizen Canivetservedinthisbatallion.1p.fOe68.an9,17f1or.1801,7MayPortRepub1icain69.an9,18f1or.1801,8MayParis(France)70.an9,21flor.1801,11MayLe Cap BERTRAND,Commissaire des Guerres LSto:RochambeauLetteraccompanied ?y aprecisesketchofthesituationofthemilitarywarehouse.1p.fOe(Documentisdatedthe15thofsame monthandissignedbyBertrand.)Ene.THOUVENOT,Adjudant Chef de BrigadeDS.ReportsenttoForfait,MinistredeMarine,onthenavyandthecolonialsituation,withasecondpartdedicatedtothefreedomgiventotheblackpeople.96pp.fOe(Followsa10-pagelettertotheMinistredeMarine)Ene.:anothercopy.115pp.fOeCRAVEY,AdjudantcommandantLSto:RochambeauSendstwolettersofrecommendationfromGeneralsMonceyandSuchet.Requeststransfertoserveunder 2pp.fOe

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71-78CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERSEnc.:lacking1871.72. 73. 74.75.76.77. 78.an9,25f1or.1801,15MayJacmelan9,messidor1801,June-JulyLeCap an9,2therm.1801,21JulySalamanque(Spain)an9,8therm.1801,27JulyBordeaux(France)1801,3 Aug.Philadelphia'(UnitedStates)an9,6fruct.1801,24 Aug. Sa1amanque(Spain)an9,13fruct.1801,31 Aug.Paris(France)an10,7vend.1801,29Sept.L'Anse-a-VeauFLEURIOT,JEANBAPTISTE.LieutenwztD.RecordofservicesofLieutenantFleuriot.1p.fOeEnc.:alettersignedbynumerousofficersofthe2 eBatail10n,7geDemi-brigadeattestinghisgoodconduct.[VINCENT,ALEXANDRE?]. Directeur desFortificationsdeSt.DomingueD.Militaryreconnaissanceofthe to\Vns ofAjabon,St.Yago,PortoPlateandHontechristandoftheareaextending bet\veen FortLiber te andPortoPlate. Followed byaprojectrelatingtotheirdefense.44pp.fOeLECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL. General enchefALto:LucienBonaparte,Ambassadeur aMa drid.GivesapictureofthesituationofthearmyinSpainunderhiscommandaftertheconclusionofthepeacewithPortugal.Hehasonly16,000menbutisnotafraid,evenifallSpainshouldtakeuparmsagainsthim.2pp.fa.L'EVEELLIE, deBrigadeLSto:ToussaintLouverture, General en chef"commandantl'Isle deSt.DomingueAskscausesofhislongsilence.Explainswhyhehadtoleavetheisland.2pp.fOeGERBIER,L8to: General [Leclerc?]Referstothesituationin Domingue,andparticularlytothemovementintheSpanishside.GivesalsoabriefaccountofToussaint.8pp.4.LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL. General enchefALSto: Corrunandant de18e Regiment de Ca valerie. AboutthedecreesbytheFirstConsulofthe21thermidor,bywhichCitizenPlumemustbeadmittedtothePritanneeFran CS ais.1p.f0KERVERSAU,Adjudant general DSto: lr1inistre de bla:Pine ReportregardingtheSpanishpartofSt.DomingueaftercessiontoFrancefromthetimeoftheTreatyofBaslesuntiltheinvasionofToussaintLouverture.43pp.fOeLOYEZ,Commandantde la Paroisse10LSto:Rochambeau Announceshisappointmentascommander by

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19CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS79-8679.an 10, 11vend.1801,3Oct.LesCayes80.an 10, 19vend.1801,11Oct.Le Cap 81.an 10, 1brum. 1801, 23Oct.Paris(France)82.an 10, 1brum.1801,23Oct.St.Yago (Cuba)83.an 10, 5brum.1801,27Oct.Paris(France)84.an10,12brum.1801,3 Nov.Quartier general d'Hericourt85.an10,13brum.1801,4 Nov.Paris(France)86.an 10, 21brum.1801,12Nov.Paris(France) General Desbureaux.Reportsthattheexistingsituationiscalmandtranquil.PraisesM.SegrettierandtheGardenationale.Requestsmunitions.3pp.4. LAPLACE, Adjudant majorde la 4 e LegiondeGendarmerieLSto:RochambeauReportsthathehasbeenassignedtemporarycommandofthecompanyduringtheillnessofCaptainBechillon.1p.4.BENJAMIN,VANDOS.Adjudant colonel de la Divisiondu NordDS.ReportsthefoodsituationforthegarrisonofCap andthegeneralsituationofthearmy.Broadside.(printedinpart)BRULLEY, proprietaired St.Do-mingueDS.ObservationsregardingtheneedofandmeansfortherecuperationofSt.Domingue.49pp.fOeMUGNOZ,ANDRE.Merribrede l' Asserrib leecentrale CommissaireduGouvernementALSto:Larcal, Secretairegeneral du gou vernement. Hehasreceivedtwodecreesregardingmarriagesamongthemilitary,farmersandservants;alsoregardingwhichoftheportsshouldremainopenforcommerce.3pp.4.D.ObservationsofoneresidentofSt.Domingueaboutroads,animals,hospitals,andsoldiers'uniforms.6pp.fa.LOUVERTURE,TOUSSAINT.II Gouverneur deSt.Do mingue ALSto:Idlinger,Adjudant generalpresleGouverneur. Issendinghimonepackageofletterswhichhavebeenansweredalready,andanotherofletterstobeansweredonwhichhehasmade somenotes;theyshouldbereadyforhissignatureuponhisarrivalatLeCap.1p.fOeBUISSY,ROLANDMARIE.DS.Ref1exionsandprojectsonSt.Domingue;onpopulation,commerceandsocialconditions.9pp.fOeBOULAINOILLIER,CHARLOTTEFELICITE FRUTIE. DS. PowerofattorneyforGeneralRochambeauinSt.Domingue. 2pp.fOe(enc.of

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87-94CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERSno.87)See also no.98.20an10,22brum.1801,13Nov.Versailles(France)87. 88. 89.90. 91.an10,22bruni.1801,13Nov.Paris(France)an10,22brum.1801"13Nov. Genes (Italy)an10,23brum.1801,14Nov.Paris(France)an10,26brum.1801,17Nov.Paris(France)BOULAINOILLIER,CHARLOTTEFELICITEFRUTIE.LSto:RochambeauGiveshimcompletefreedomtoactinhernamewithrespecttoherpropertynearPortau-Prince.3pp.4.Enc.:proxyforRochambeau,seeno.8.See also no. 98.D'HAUTAVOINE,Economede l'EopitalMilitaire de Genes LSto:RochambeauGivessomeinformationandsuggestionsfortheadministrationinSt.Domingue. 2pp.4.Enc.:projectdescribingthebest \Vay toredeveloptheeconomyandpopulationofSt.DomingueLATTRE,ALBERTDE.EconomedesHopitaux militaires LSto:LeclercDescribestheconditionsofthearmyinSt.DomingueandhowtheFrenchforcesshouldbeorganizedinordertodefeattheinsurgents.3pp.fo.DUROSUEL,HENRI.Chefdu Bureau des Troupes a ChevaZLSto:Rochambeau RecommendsM.GarnisonforapositionunderRochambeau. 1p.4.TANTANSON,LOUISEHELENECAMILLE. Fermne deDavidTildenLSto:RochambeauLetterwithpermissiontopurchaselandintheFrenchcoloniesbyproxy.2pp.4.Ene.92.an10,28brum.1801,19 Nov.LaViei11eCastilleD.ReportonthesituationofSt.Domingueregardingarmyposts,withadviceforbetterhandlingofthisstateofaffairs.l2.pp.fOe93.94.an10,2frim.1801,23 Nov. Jeremie an10,4frim.1801,25 Nov.MINUTY,CommissairedeJusticeLSto: leCommissaire du GouveyaementpresleTribunal d'Appel.Reportshisvisitstothe departement andgiveshisimpressions.2pp.fa.(Extraitduregistrede corres pondance du Commissariat deJustice)DESPALLIERE,LSto:Roehambeau

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21CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS95-103Paris(France)95.an10,6frim.1801,27 Nov.PetitTrouRecommendationofM.CasimirMoreau.1p.4.MARIE-ANNE. Proprietaire LSto:Laplume, General Apetitionconcerningherproperties.3pp.fOe(TheletterisfollowedbyabriefnotesignedbyGeneralLaplume.)See also no. 105.96.an10,10frim.1801,1 Dec.Marseille(France)MICOULIN,, aine. LSto:[Rochambeau]RequestsapositionunderRochambeau.4.1p.97.an10,12frim.1801,3 Dec.Bordeaux(France)98.an10,15frim.1801,6Dec.Paris(France)99.an10,15frim.1801,6 Dec.Paris(France)100.an10,23frim.1801,14 Dec.PortRepub1icain101.[an10?][1802?][n.p.J102 .[an10?J[1802?][n.p.]103.an10[1802]PITRAY,JDS.ComprehensivereportonSt.Dominguefromeverypointofview.39pp.4.BOULAINOILLIER,[CHARLOTTEFELICITE] FRUTIE.LSto:RochambeauRequestsawrittenacknowledgmentfromRo chambeauforaproxyissuedtohiminBrest.1p.4.See also nos. 87.DESPALLIERE,LSto:Rochambeau Recommends ayoungman,CitizenBenage,whoisleavingforthe colony. 1p.4.LOUVERTURE,TOUSSAINT. Gouverneur deSt.Do mingueD.ProclamationtothepeopleofSt.Domin-gueexplainingthereasonsforthedeathofGeneralMoyse. 1p.fa.(printed)AD.ChronologicallistofeventsinSt.Do minguebetween1789andthearrivaloftheFrencharmy,an10,16pluviose.122pp.fa.DENAIRE[7J, Administrateurprovisoire des Domainesnationauxdes Departemens du Sud&del'OuestDS.Memorandumstatingthatifhewereabletoacquiresome moreinformationontheBailhachecase,hemightbeabletosettleitinspiteofthefactthatitdoesnotactuallycomeunderhisjurisdiction.1p.fa.Ene.:deedofmarriage,petitionforregainingpossessionoffarm,collationoftherentalcontractsignedbytheprosecutinghusbandon March21,1800MALENFANT,CHARLES. Sous-inspecteuraux RevuesDSto:Leclerc

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104-112CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS22[n.p.]104.an10,14niv.1802,4Jan.PetitTrou105.an10,14niv.1802,4Jan.PetitTrou106.an10,19niv.1802,9Jan.Paris(France)107.an10,24niv. 1802) 14Jan.NewYork(UnitedStates)108.an10,25niv.1802,15Jan.Bordeaux(France)109.1802,16Jan.[n.p.]110.an10,29niv.1802,19Jan.DondonOpiniononmethodsofbringingthenegroesbacktoagriculture Hithout interfering 1\.;ith theirfreedom.22pp.fOeEne.:seeno. 2247.CHEROT,CHARLEMAGNE.DS.Sale0fpropertytoA.Ardouin.3pp.fOe(notary'ssignature,illegible)VOGRENANNE,NICOLAS,&BORTHIBOR,PIERRE.ArpenteursDS.MinutesoftheproceedingsonthelandsurveyofoneMarie-Anne.3pp.fOeSee also no.95.MOUCEY,Inspecteur general delaGendarmerienationaleLSto:Rochambeau ReconnnendsAdjudantcommandantCravey Hho isleavingaspartoftheexpeditionforSt.Domingue. 1p.fa.CHERVILLE,SIMONVIMONT. Chacellier duCommissariatdesRelationscommereiales delaRepublique fran9aise DS. HasreceivedstatementofCitizenBirabeninwhichheclaimstohaveworkedalwayswithhonestyanddedicationinalltheofficeshehasheld,andaccusesToussaintLouvertureofsuppressingpositionsarbitrarilyandillegally.4pp.fa.(Ene.ofno.2189)PAPIN, E_LSto:Rochambeau RecommendsM.Platon Haillon1\vho isleavingforSt.Domingue.1p.4.D.Sheetwithlistofnamesandfoodsupplies.1p.fa.DESSALINES, LEBIER. Comma:adant militairedela Marmelade ALSto:LouisLansasAskshimtoreturn t1\vO girls who1\.;ere takenbytheirmotherandattachedtohishousehold.2pp.4.Ill.112.an10,pluv.?1802,Jan.?[Le Cap an10,9pluv.1802,29Jan.Gonaives[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL], General enchefD.AppointmentofCitizen Benezech as ype fetcolonialandofCitizenDesperouxasCommissaire deJustice;givesreasonsfortheseappointments.1p.fa.VERNET,ANDRE. General deBrigade Commandant del'ArrondissementLSto:le [ToussaintLouvertureJ

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23CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS113-117113.1802,30Jan.FortLibertel13a.an10,14pluv.1802,3Feb.GonaivesReferstothreelettersreceivedfromtheGeneralwith orders;' hehasaccomplishedthem.HassentdeserterstoGeneralDalbau;400ofLouverture'smenarecleaningthestoneroads;brickmakerswillbegatheredtoworkinpublicbuildings.2pp.fOeL'ADMINISTRATIONMUNICIPAL.LSto: Contre-amiral MagonTellswhatitisimportanttohaveforthedefenseofthevillage:astrongdetachmentofinfantryandsomeartillery,inordertoavoidlettingthelivestockthatthetownpossessesfallintothehandsoftheenemy. 3pp.fo.VERNET,ANDRE. General de commandant l'Arrondissement LSto:ToussaintLouverture, Gouverneur deSt.Domingue.Reportshavingfireduponashipofwarwhichhasbeenappearingtoofrequentlyinthebay.1p.fo.114.115.116.117.an10,15-26pluv.1802,4-15Feb.[n.p.]an10,16-28pluv.1802,5-17Feb.[Jacmel?]an10,19pluv.1802,8Feb.Gonaivesan10,21pluv.1802,10Feb.LeCap D.AnanonymousreportoftheeventsthathappenedinLeoganeafterthearrivalofGeneralLeclerc:massacres,linesofrefugees;Dessalinesappearedandorganizedthemarch.Theeventsdescribedarethosewhichtookplacebetweenthe4thand17thFeb.(15-28pluviose).7pp.fOeD. AnonymousreportoftheeventswhichtookplaceatJacmeluponthearrivaloftheFrench Escadre. RecountshowDessalinesappearedatthePlace,scaredeveryone,reproachedGeneralDieudonneforhissoftnessanddeclaredwaronallwhitepeople.Thenightofthe24thDessalinesdepartedfromJacmelandDieudonnebegantopreparethedefense.15pp.fOeVERNET,ANDRE. Genera l de Brigade commandant l'Arrondissement LSto: Gouverneur deSt.Domingue[ToussaintLouverture].Reportsthathisadjutanthasfled.CommandantClaudehaswrittenthatheisgoingtoLaMarmeladetolookforToussaint'ssons,PlacideandIsaac.2pp.4.[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefD.DecreekeepingalltheemployeesintheofficeswhichtheyhadatthearrivaloftheFrenchtroops.1p.fOe

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118-127CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPER824118.an10,21p1uv.-[LECLERC,VICTOR EM}urnUELJ.General enchef1mes.D.Copy-bookcontainingthedecreesfrom1802,10Feb.-20Ju.21p1uvioseto1messidor.25pp.fOe[Le Cap 119.120.121.122.123.124.125.126. 127.an10,21p1uv.1802,10Feb.Caraco1an10,22p1uv.1802,11Feb.[Le Cap an10,23p1uv.1802,12Feb.LeCap an10,23p1uv.1802,12Feb. Gonarves [an10?J,23p1uv.[1802?J,12Feb. Gona!ves an10,24p1uv.1802,13Feb. Gona!ves an10,26p1uv.1802,15Feb.Le Cap an10,26p1uv.1802,15Feb.Le Cap an10,26p1uv.1802,15Feb.Le Cap MATHIEU,Chefde BrigadeL8to:Magon[Contre-amiralJAsksforarmsandmentofighttherebels.1p.4.(addressleaf)[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUELJ. General en chef D.OrdinanceregardingtheAdministrationdes Douanesinthe departements oftheSouthandWest:taxes,employees,organization.2pp.fo.HARDY,JEAN. General de Divisiorz L5to: General enchef[Lec1ercJAmongthenumberofofficersmentionedbytheChefdela31e Demi-brigade fortakingvacantpostsinthe corps therearesomereadyforpromotion;theyshouldbeappointedinthenextrank.1p.fa.VERNET,ANDRE. General de Brigade-' commandant l'ArrondissementL5to: Gouverneur deSt.Domingue[LouvertureJ.LetterconcernsarmssenttoLouverture:hehascheckedtheexplosivesinMorneBlanc.2pp.fOeL8to: Gouvep"fleur deSt.Domingue[LouvertureJ.Encloseslistofgoodsheissending.1p.40 Ene.L5to: Gouverneur deSt.Domingue[LouvertureJ.Ishappytoreportthateverythingisquiet.1p.4.[LECLERC,VICTOR General enchefD.Decreeconcerningtheorganizationofthe Administration des Douanes.3pp.fOe---'D.Ordinanceconcerningtherestorationsmade onhousesbythosewhoarenottheowners;limitsimposed;needofkeepingproofsofexpensesforfuturereimbursementbytheowners.4pp.fOeD.Ordinancewhichregulatestheofficeofthe ourateuraux successions.2pp.fa.

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25CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERSl27a-l33al27a.an10,27pluv.1802,16Feb.LeCap 128.an10,27pluv.1802,16Feb.Gonaives129.an10,28pluv.1802,17Feb.Le Cap 130.an1029pluv.1802,18Feb.Dondon131.an10,29pluv.1802,18Feb.Gonaives132.an10,30pluv.1802,19Feb.LaMarmelade133.an10,30pluv.1802,19Feb.LaMarmeladel33a.an10,30pluv.1802,19Feb.HabitationMoyse[LaBelleMoise][LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefD.OrdinanceplacingashipatthedisposaloftheChefmilitaireduPortandequippingitconvenientlywithinstrumentsandofficers.2pp.fOeVERNET,ANDRE. General de Brigade"corronandant l'ArrondissementLSto:Gouverneur deSt.Domingue[ToussaintLouverture].Hehassent2,000packagesofwell-packedmunitions.1p.4.[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefD.AppointingAntoineJeanCharlesGeorgesHillebrantdeVillerstothepostofdirec teur des douanes;tothepostofinspecteur,CitizenBostral;forthepostof verificateur" CitizenMersseau.1p.fOeHARDY,JEAN. General deDivisionLSto: General enchef[Leclerc]Hewouldliketosendimmediatelyabrigadebattalionbutistired:therehasbeenfighting.HassentwordtoGeneralLalancetoleavebehindtheshellsandfollowhim,butLalancehasnotcomplied.Dondon wasattackedbyChristophewhoburnedeverythingonhisway. 2pp.fOeVERNET,ANDRE. General de Brigade"corronandant l'ArrondissementLSto: Gouverneur deSt.Domingue[ToussaintLouvertureJ.HehasnoticedthatonlyonevesselandoneschoonerhaveanchoredatHalle,contrarytothenewsthattwovesselsandtwoschoonersleftMontagneNoire.1p.4.LOUCENS,LOUIS. Corronandant mi li taireLSto:Figeau, Corronondant militaire a St. HehasheardthatreinforcementshavearrivedatSt.Michel.HehopestheenemywillberesistedasfirmlythereasinLaMarmelade.1p.4.LSto:Figeau, Corronandant militaire a St.Michel.HeknowswhathashappenedatSt.Michel.Heinviteshimtoforgethisunfortunatesituation.1p.4.MIGUET,Chefde la3eBataillon de la ?le Brigade LSto:Brunet, General Reportonasmallskirmishwithagroupof500rebelswhohadintendedtoattackbut

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134-139bCALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERSretreated.1p.18x17.5cm.26134.135.136.137.138.139.an10,30p1uv.1802,19Feb.HabitationMoyse[LaBelleMoiseJ[an10J,30p1uv.1802,19Feb.Gonaivesan10,1vent.1802,20Feb. Genes (Italy)an10,1vent.1802,20Feb.Jacme1an10,1vent.1802,20Feb.PortRepub1icain1802,20Feb.St.Esprit(Martinique)MIGUET,Chefde la3 e Bataillonde la 71e BPigade LSto:Brunet, General ReportontheoperationofhisbattalionduringtheattackcommandedbyGeneralHardyontheDondonarea:thestrongholdwastak en, severalrebels killedandone takenprisoner.1p.4.VERNET,ANDRE. General de Brigadecorrmandant l'ArrondissementLSto: Gouverneur deSt.Domingue[ToussaintLouvertureJ.ReportsthattheshipindockhasleftforGonaives. Hore shipshaveappearedinGrandeSaline.EuropeantroopshaveadvanceduptoBaIlon.Ip.4.D'HAUTAVOINE,CHRISTOPHE.Economede l'Hopitalmilitaire de Genes LSto:Roehambeau WantstheGeneralto knot" thathe t"ishes tomake asecondtriptoSt.Domingueunderhisprotection.3pp.4.DIEUDONNE,CHRISTOPHE.Chefde Brigade LSto:Leclerc, General enchefde l'Armee GeneralBoudethastransmittedhisordersandtheywereexecutedimmediately.2pp.4.DUPOTET,MATHIEU.LSto:RochambeauRequestspaymentforthreehorsesandfivemulessoldtothegovernment.Ip.fOeEne.:severalbillsMAILLET,LSto:RochambeauFriendlynoteaskingtheGeneral'sprotectionforhispropertyinSt.Domingue. 3pp.40.139a.an10,2vent.1802,21Feb.GonaivesVERNET,ANDRE. General de commandantl'ArrondissementLSto: Gouverneur deSt.Domingue[ToussaintLouvertureJ.Justifieshisconductbeforetheenemy.HehaslearnedthatDuminyhasbeenmade General de Brigade. 1p.4.l39b.an 10, 7vent.VILLARET-JOYEUSE,LOUISTHOMAS.1802,26Feb.L(copy)to:Latouche-Trevi11e,Contre-amiral a bordde "L'Ocean" AskstheAdmiraltotakeinterestinthecon-,LeCap ductandsorrowsofCaptainSantoDomingo. 1p.4.

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27CALENDAROF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS139c-144139c.an10,12vent.1802,3 Mar.PortRepub1icain139d.an10,13vent.1802,4Mar.PortRepub1icainEne.:aletterfromthemerchantsofPortRepub1icaintoLeclerc[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefD.Decreeobligingallpersons,merchantsandbankswhichhavefundsbelongingtotherebelstosendawrittenstatement.Establishestowhomtheymustsendthisstatementandwherethesefundsmustbeplaced.2pp.fOe---'D.OrdinanceprohibitingtheissuingofpassportstoanyinhabitantofSt.Domingueinthetwonextmonthstopreventpeoplefromleavingdebtsbehindorabandoningtheirlands.2pp.fOe140.141.142.143. 144.an10,13vent.1802,4 Mar.HabitationMagnanan10,14vent.1802,5 Mar.[Port-au-Prince]an10,14vent.1802,5 Mar.PortRepublicainan10,15vent.1802,6Mar.PortRepub1icainan10,16vent.1802,7Mar.PortRepublicainREY,Chefde la 5 e Commandantde llInfanterieLegere LSto:Brunet, General Requeststhatseveralofficersandsoldiersbepromotedasarewardfortheircourageinthethickofthefight.4pp.fOe(approvalofthosepromotionsbygeneralsLavaletteandBrunetappearsinthesameletter)IDLINGER,JOSEPHANTOINE.AdministrateurdesDomainesnationauxALSto:LeclercTheonlyconstitutionallawwhichheknowspertainingtothedivisionofterritoryofthecolonyisthatofthe4brumaire,an6.HedarestopresentaplanforthisdivisionandiftheGeneraliswilling,hewillpresentasimplewaytoorganizeservicesfortheinterestofthecountry.4pp.4.[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefD.Ordinancemakingadjustmentsonfarmsnotleased,farmsassignedtothechiefsoftherebels,farmswhosecontractwillterminateattheendoftheyear.2pp.fOe---'D.Ordinanceforallshipcaptainstopre-sentthemselvesbeforelandingtotheChefdu Mouvement duPortinordertodeclarepassengersonboardandcargo.2pp.fOe---'D.OrdinanceadmittingFrenchandforeignshipsintoPortCapandPortRepub1icain.2pp.fOeSeealsonos. 263.

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145-151145.an10,18vent.1802', 9 Mar.PosteTrianneauCALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERSBEGaN,LOUISFRANCOIS.ChefdeBataillondes TroupescolonialesLSto:RochambeauExplainsthereasonsforhisretreat:hehadconfusedsomeofthetroopswiththeenemy.ExpectsordersfromtheGeneral.1p.4.28146.an10,18vent.1802,9 Mar.BasseTerre(Guadeloupe)147.an10,18vent.1802,9Mar.Crete-a-Pierrot148.an10,19vent.1802,10Mar.Hinche149.an10,21vent.1802,12 Mar.Hinche150.an10,21vent.1802,12 Mar.Mirebalais151.1802,14 Mar.St. Barthe1emie (Guadeloupe)CARPENTIER,LSto:Citoyen general [Leclerc]InformstheGeneralofhisunjustexilefromGuadeloupebyContre-amiralLacrosse,andofhisdismissal.ExpressesthedesiretohaveRochambeauascommanderinMartiniqueandBoudetinGuadeloupe.2pp.fOeDESSALINES,JEANJACQUES. General de LSto:ToussaintLouvertureInformshimofFrenchtroopmovements.3pp.4.(addressleaf)HARDY,JEAN. General deDivisionLSto:RochambeauInformstheGeneralthathehas 't"rritten tohimseveraltimesbutthebearersofthoselettershaveneverbeenabletoreachhim.Afterhavingcrossedadesert,nowheisatHinchewith200soldierssickbecauseofthefood,lackofbread.Hehassent120ofthemtoBanicawithadetachmentandhe 't"rill leavetheotherswithanotherdetachmentatHinche.Requeststobesuppliedwithbiscuits.2pp.4.LSto:RochambeauThanksfortheprovisionofbiscuitsgiventohisdivision.1p.4.MIGUET,Chefde 3 e Bataillonde la 71e Brigade LSto:RochambeauAddressesastatementofafter-paymentforthreeofficers 't"rhose nameswereomitted;pointsoutthatthepaymasterstill o't"res tofivecaptainsthesumof250francsandreportsthedisappearanceofthirtygourdeswhicharetobepaidfor.Ip.4.ARNAULD,, pere LSto:[Rochambeau]RequestsprotectionforthecargosenttoSt.DominguebyM.Cremoni.GivesinformationregardingthesituationinGuadeloupe.Ip.4.

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29CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS152-1601802,17Mar.Charleston(SouthCarolina,U.S.A.)152.153.154.155. 156.157.158.159.160.an10,23vent.1802,14Mar.LasCahobasan10,23vent.1802,14Mar.LasCahobasan10,24vent.1802,15Mar.Mirebalaisan10,26vent.1802,17Mar.Bordeaux(France)an10,27vent.1802,18Mar. BacduCentrean10,29vent.1802,20 Mar.Jacmelan10,1germ.1802,22Mar.HautduCapan10,2germ.1802,23 Mar.HARDY,JEAN. General deDivisionLSto:RochambeauInformstheGeneralaboutthemarch,andthepositionhisdivisionwillhavewithinthenextfewdays.2pp.4.---'LS(dupl.)to:Dugua, General HeismarchingtoTomondewherethetroopswillenjoythebiscuits;thedayafterwillcontinuetoLasCahobas;thefollowingdaytoMirebalaisandfromtheredirectlytoCrete-a-Pierrot.Soldiersneedshoes.1p.fOeLSto:RochambeauExpresseshisexcusestotheGeneralfordrinkingsomeofhiswine.Givesinformationonhisintendedprogresswithinthenextthreedays.1p.4.BUGENIN,AUGUSTE. Corrorzissaireprincipal de Marinea[Bordeaux] DS.Reportontheconditionsoftheshipswhichtransportwheat,givingalistofthemwithnamesandtonnage.2pp.fOePETIT,LSto:Rochambeau ApetitiontoreturntoSt.Domingue.1p.4.URBAIN,Chef de Brigade"corrorzandantlaCavalerie LSto:[Rochambeau], General ExpresseshisfidelitytotheGeneralandhishopethattheGeneralwillcallhimbacktohisdivision.3pp.20 x12em.DIEUDONNE,CHRISTOPHE a ChefdeBrigadeLSto: General enchef[Leclerc]Hehasexecutedhisorderspertainingtothedepositofthetotalamountoftherentsoffarms.Hewillpaymoreattentiontoagriculture.2pp.4.CLERVAUX,AUGUSTIN. General de Brigade" Commandant enchefdu Departement decibaoLSto: General LeclercAsksthathebeprovidedwithclothingforhistroops.2pp.4.HARDY, General deDivisionALSto: Genepal enchef[Leclerc]

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161-166CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS30161.162.163.164.Campde1aCretea-Pierrot[an10J,4germ.1802,25 Mar.[n.p.]an10,6germ.1802,27 Mar.[n.p.]an10,8germ.1802,29Mar. Le Cap an10,9 germ.1802,30 Mar.Baracoa(Cuba)AsaccordingtoLeclerc'sorders,hehassenttoLaPetiteRiviereallmeansoftransportation.Dessalineshimselfattackedhimfrombehind. T,vo companiesofGrenadiersdela3leBrigadewereenoughtostopthenegroforces.1p.fOeDROUIN,Chef de Brigade DS.ReportonL'Archaye(i.e.,Arcahie)requestedbyGeneralBoudet.CharlesBelairandMontaubanhavetheirforcescampedattheValadonplantation,preparedtohelpDessa1ines.DescribesthefiresbetweenMontagneandCrochus.Animalsarekilledeverynight.Needs awhiteofficertorestorepeacebecauseonlyhewouldhaveenoughsupporttodoso.3pp.fOeGAMBART,DS.Asurvey,addressedtoGeneralLeclerc,ofrevenues,expenses,propertiesandtheiradministration,justice,education,policeandthewaragainstthenegroes; ho\v thingsareatpresentandhowtheyshouldbe.25pp.fOeBENJAMIN,VANDES.Chefde Bataillon ex-adjoint -aux Adjudants generaux LSto:Leclerc,Capitaine general WorkingunderthearmyofToussaintLouverture,hehasrealizedhisintentionsofusurpingpower;heriskshislifetotryusefulinformationwithnotesanddataonSt.Domingue. 2pp.fOeGASHEL,,filsLSto:Rochambeau HopesthattheGeneralhasreceivedhisletterinFranceandthathewillcomebacktoHaiti.AskstheGeneraltoemployasaidede-campayoungmancalledLagrange \vhose familyhasbeenruinedbytherevolution.4pp.40 165.an10,9germ.1802,30 Mar.BourgdesVerrettesREPUSSARD,FAUSTIN.Capitainede laGcade nationaleLSto:RochambeauReportsontheactionoftheGardenationaletowardstherestorationofpeace.Requestssuppliesofammunitionandarms.BidstheGeneraltoencouragetherefugeesofSt.MarctoreturntoLesVerrettes.2pp.4.166.an10,10 germ.1802,31 Mar. Genes (lta1y)D'HAUTAVOINE,Economede Z'Hopital miZitaire de Genes LSto:Rochambeau

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31CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS167-171167.168.an10,10germ.1802,31 Mar.Fortde1aCrete-a-Pierrotan10,10germ.1802,31 Mar.LeCap GivestheGeneralnewsofcommonfriendsandofhimself.3pp.4.(addressleaf)GALBOIS,Chefde BataiLLon LSto:RochambeauRequestsordersforsendingapatrolofeightmeneverynighttoguardChefde Bri gadeUrbain.Givesinformationconcerningtheactivitiesofhisgarrison.ReportsdiscoveryofanimportantquantityofsyrupatToussaint'shabitation.132pp.4.HARDY,JEAN. GeneraL deDivisionLSto:[Leclerc], GeneraL enchefAfterthreedaysofmarchinghearrivedfromCrete-a-PierrottoDondon.HewasattackedinDondonbytherebels,andbeingwithoutmunitionsandcommunicationsbecauseoftherains,hehashadtoabandontheposition.Hehaslostmanybravesoldiers.2pp.fa.168a.an10,10germ.1802,31Mar.HabitationCasteral68b.an10,germ.1802,endofMar.Paris(France)URBAIN,Chefde commandant La Cava Lerie LSto:C.Andrieu,Chef deL'Etat major de Za DivisionRochambeauAsksforordersfor100packagesofcartridgestobedeliveredtothesquadron.Informshimofhisvisittothepost Crete-a Pierrot,andasksthatthemarginsoftheArtibonitebefrequentlypatrolled.4pp.4.DUFAY, [Ex-depute deSt.Domingue]LSto:RochambeauRequeststhattheGeneralsendsomeonetohisplantationatSt.Louistodetermineitscurrentconditionandtomake areporttohiminParis.4pp.fOeEne.:questionnaire169.170.171.an10,germ.1802,endofMar..Paris(France)an10,germ.1802,endofMar.Paris(France)an10,11germ.1802,1AprilLe Cap LSto:RochambeauInformstheGeneralofhisdesiretoreturntoSt.DomingueasadministratorofthePostalService.Requestshisassistanceinobtainingnecessaryrecommendations.2pp.fa.LSto:RochambeauCongratulatestheGeneralonhissuccessfulmilitarycampaigninSt.Domingue. 1p.fOeHARDY,JEAN. GeneraL deDivisionLSto:[Leclerc], GeneraL enchefExplainsthelinehehasestablishedtocovertheNorthPlain;Christophehasgatheredall

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172-177CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS32172.173.174.175.176.177.an10,11germ.1802,1AprilLesVerettesan10,12germ.1802,2AprilLe Cap an10,12germ.1802,2AprilLe Cap an10,12germ.1802,2AprilMarseille(France)an 10, 12germ.1802,2AprilFortde1aCrete-a-Pierrotan10,12germ. 1802, 2AprilParis(France)theoutlawsinLesMornes;GeneralDesfourneauxisillwithdysentery.3pp.fOeREPUSSARD,FAUSTIN.Capitainecommandantde laGarde nationaleLSto:[Rochambeau]Reportshiseffortstoinducefarmerstoreturnhome.InformstheGeneralabouttheconductofPierreGuibert,therescueof ,.. ramenkidnappedbytheenemy,andthepursuitofarmedmenalongtheriver.3pp.4.HARDY,JEAN. General deDivisionLSto: [Leclerc],General en chef Givesdetailedaccountofhismovements;ismaintainingcompletediscipline,preparingforencounterwithChristophe.AtLaTannerietheywereattackedbyhim;itwasimpossibletoholdtheirposition.Hisdivisionwenttotheiraid.Itisacruelwar.4pp.fa.LSto:[Leclerc], General en chef HashelpedGeneralRigaud,hisfamilyandentourageembarkforFrance,andmadethepaymentsduetothem.ThenegroBelettehasbeenputonboardalso,inchains,andlimitedtoasimpleration.Desfourneauxissick,replacedbyGeneralClausel.DampiereandThouvenotmisunderstoodtheordersanddepartedfromLaMarmeladewith1,100men,withoutleavingadetachmentforEnnery,andcametoDondon.AllleftforPortMargot,andfromthereinonestraightmarchtheyshouldgotoPlaisance.Asksforauthorizationtopaythesoldiers.3pp.fOeSeealsono.216.DEBERNARD,DOMINIQUE.LSto:RochambeauRequestsnewsofMadameBarnasDurumain,residentofJacmel.1p.4.GALBOIS,ChefdeBataillonLSto:RochambeauAcknowledgesreceiptoftheGeneral'stwoletters.Suggeststhattheychangethenameofthisfortto"Fortdel'Artibonite."1p.4.MORAND, General deDivisionL8to:Rochambeau RecommendsthecitizenVillestiveau, 't"ho't"ill arriveatSt.Domingueasofficierdela legionexpeditionnaire. 1p.fa.

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33CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS178-184178.179.180.181. 182.183.184.an10,12germ.1802,2AprilLesVerrettesan10,12germ.1802,2AprilHabitationCasteraan10,12germ.1802,2AprilHabitationCasteraan10,12germ.1802,2AprilHabitationCasteraan10,13germ.1802,3AprilDunkerque(France)an10,13germ.1802,3AprilPostedeDodartan10,13germ.1802,3AprilPortRepub1icainREPUSSARD,FAUSTIN.Capitainecommandantde la GardenationaleLSto:Rochambeau ThankstheGeneralfororderingthesupplyofarmsandammunitionfortheGardenationa1e.InformshimthatinLesVerrettes,coloredpeoplearereturningtotheirsettlement.1p.fa.URBAIN,Chefde Brigadecorrrmandant la CavalerieLSto:RochambeauRequeststheGeneraltoissueanorderstrengtheningdisciplineregardingtheadmittanceofsoldierstothehospitalwithoutanyvalidreason,andthereleaseofsoldiersfromjail.3pp.4.LSto:RochambeauInformstheGeneralofthefailureofhisattempttoreplacethecompanyofthe71eBrigadebyhistwenty-fivedragoons;ofCyprien'srefusaltoleavehispost,andofthelackoffodder.RequeststheGeneral'sconsenttoreplacethecompanystationedatLesVerrettesinstead.3pp.4.LSto:RochambeauReiterateshisrequesttoreplacethecompanystationedatLesVerrettes.2pp.4.BONNOT,LSto:RochambeauRequestsinformationregardinghisbrotherin-law,JeanMarieVerbreghe,whoisbelievedtobeinSt.Marc,3pp.fOe(enc.ofno.1621)CYPRIEN,[JEANMARIEFRANCOIS?].Adjudantma jor corrrmandantde la3e Bataillonde Za 71e Brigade deLigneLSto:RochambeauAcknowledgesreceiptoftheGeneral'sletter,whichentrustshimwiththesupervisionoftheGardenationale.WishestoknowtheGeneral'sintentionsregardingthetransferofsomesoldiersfromthatcorpstothecavalry.1p.4.DEBELLE,ALEXANDRECESAR. Chef com mandantde l'Artillerie LSto:RochambeauInformstheGeneralofthereplacementofVillaretbyGeneralSt.Martin,ofwhomhe

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185-192CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERSspeakswithpraise.1p.4.34185.an10,13germ.1802,3AprilPortRepublicain186.an10,13germ.1802,3AprilPortRepublicainIDLINGER,JOSEPHANTOINE.AdministrateurdesDomainesnationauxADS.InformsGeneralLeclercofthedecreesofGeneralToussaintregardingcultivation.1p.fOeEne.:ObservationsoncultivationLSto:Leclerc, General enchefIssendingLaLoi delaConstituante qui fixela demarcation des departements dela Partiefranr;aise etespagnoledeSt.Domin gue.1p.fOeEnc.:lacking187.1802,3AprilMALLESPINE,MRozeau(Dominique)LSto:RochambeauInformstheGeneralaboutMartiniquebecauseofthesituationinGuadeloupe, 'oJhere theGeneralshouldgotorestorepeace.Issendingacaseofliquor.2pp.fOe188.189.190.191.an10,13germ.1802,3AprilLaGrandeRivierean10,13 germ. 1802,3AprilLaCoupe a Davidan10,14germ.1802,4AprilPortRepublicainan10,14germ.1802,4AprilPort Repub licainSANSSOUCI,JEANBAPTISTE.Commandantdel' Ar rondissementLto:ToussaintLouvertureStatesthatheissending18prisoners;tellsaboutthebraveryofCommandantAlesis.1p.fOe(signedbyhissecretaryLaMartiniere;addressleaf)SANSSOUCY,JEROME.ALSto:ToussaintLouverture, General enchefdeSt.DomingueAsksforassistancebecauseheissickandwithoutmeans.HeappealstohislongfriendshipwiththeGeneral.2pp.4.DEBELLE,ALEXANDRECESAR. Chefcom mandantdel' Artillerie LSto:RochambeauHehasgiventheordertopreparethefortressforresistance,accordingtotheGeneral'sownorder;issendingGeneralSaintMartin,entrustedwiththesupervisionoftheworks.2pp.4.IDLINGER,JOSEPHANTOINE.Administrateurdes DomainesnationauxADS.IssendingtoLeclerctheplanfortheadministrativepersonnelofSt.Domingue.Spp.fa.Ene.192.an10,14germ.

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35CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS193-199Chefde Commandant1802,4AprilPortRepub1icain193.an10,14germ.1802,4AprilPort-au-Prince194.an10,14germ.1802,4AprilLesVerrettes195.an10,15germ.1802,5AprilPortde1a Cretea Pierrot196.1802,5AprilCharleston(S.C.,U.S.A.)197.an10,15germ.1802,5AprilLesVerrettes198.an10,15germ.1802,5AprilLaGrandeRiviere199.an10,16germ.1802,6AprilPostedeDodartADS.ReportstoGeneralLeclerconthesecondquestionconcerningcustomsanddecreesofvariousgovernorsduringtherevolution.2pp.fa.Ene.:listofcustomstaxesandmerchandiseexemptedLAVALETTE,Jde laPlace LSto:AndrieuxPetitioninfavorofLt.F1euriotwhohasbeenreplaced;reportoftroopinspections.2pp.4.REPUSSARD,FAUSTIN.Commandantde laGarde nationaleLSto:RochambeauInformstheGeneralthathehasgatheredahundredmenandconsequentlyheneedssupplies.Reports th murderofseveralwomenbytheblackpeople,andhisefforttorescuesomeofthem.2pp.4.GALBOIS,Chefde Bataillon LSto:RochambeauReportsonthedecreaseofrevenueduetotheabsenceofpopulationatLaPetiteRiviere:peoplehavenotcome homeexceptforsome women,oldpeopleandthesick.Theneedformeatisincreasing.HehascapturedoneofToussaint'sguideswhomheissendingtoLesVerrettes.3pp.4.PERONNE,LSto:RochambeauRequestsnewsofMr.Labarthe,officerofthe60 eRegiment.1p.fOeREPUSSARD,FAUSTIN. Commandant de laGarde nationaleLSto:RochambeauReportson areconnaissancepatrolbyCommandantCyprienandhimselftothehabitationofMauge. 2pp.4.ROMAIN,Chefde BrigadeLSto:ToussaintLouverture, Gouverneur GivesdetailsaboutthecampaignagainsttheFrench:hismarchesarewithoutsuccess,buthekeepsworryingtheenemy,burningandattacking.Ip.fOe(addressleaf) CYPRIEN) [JEAN :MARIE FRANCOIS?].Adjudantma jor Commandantdu 3eBataillon de la 71e BrigadeLSto:Rochambeau

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200-206CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS36200.201.202.203.204.205.206.an10,16germ.1802,6AprilPortRepublicainan10,17germ.1802,7AprilQuartierdeMarieGalante(Guadeloupe)an10,17germ.1802,7AprilArtibonitean10,17germ.1802,7AprilArtibonitean10,17germ.1802,7AprilArtibonitean10,18germ.1802,8AprilPosteDodartan10,18germ.1802,8AprilPosteDodartGivesanaccountofhisreconnaissancemissionstovarioushabitationsandreportsthepresenceofrebelsthere,whorunathisapproach.2pp.4.LATOUCHE-TREVILLE,LOUISRENEMADELEINELEVASSORDE.Contre-amiralcommandant Zes Forces navalesD(copy).AppointingJeanBozeasChefdu mouvement duPort,withtheauthorizationofLeclerc.1p.fa.(enc.ofno.905)SERIZIAT,CHARLES.Commandantdes Troupes delaGuadeloupeLSto:RochambeauRequestsnewsoffutureEuropeanreinforcements,andofmilitarysituationinSt.Domingue.2pp.4.TITUS,Commandant dela Garde nationaleLSto:RochambeauInformstheGeneralthathecouldnotfindtimbertobuildaferry,thereforehehasprocuredalargeboatandabargetocrosstheriverArtibonite.1p.4.LSto:RochambeauInformstheGeneralthatinthefuturehewillnolongerbeabletoprovidethearmywithsomuchlivestockduetothehardshipsinflictedontheanimals.1p.4.LSto:RochambeauInformationconcerningthepopulationwhichisreturningtothevarioushabitations.2pp.40.CYPRIEN,[JEANMARIEFRANCOIS?].Adjudantcom mandant du 3e Bataillondela?leBrigadeLSto:Rochambeau, General Anotestatingthatheenclosesacopyofthereportfromtheofficercommanding adetachmentatMirebalais,andthatnocommunicationhasbeenpossiblewiththatpost.1p.4.Ene.:lackingGUYON,Lieutenantdu3eBataillondela71eBrigadeD(copy)to:L'Adjudant major Detailedreportonencounters \vith alargenumberofrebelsalongtheriver;thishastakenplaceontheroadcommunicating \vith Mirebalais,consequentlyit \Vas necessaryto

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37CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS207-213207. 208. 209. 210.211.212. 213.an10,18germ.1802,8AprilLe Cap [an10J,18germ.1802,8AprilLe Cap an10,18germ.1802,8AprilToulon(France)an10,18germ.1802,8AprilPetiteAnsean10,18germ.1802,8AprilArtibonitean10,18germ.1802,8AprilP1assacan10,18germ.1802,8AprilHabitationCasteraretreattotheEspinvilleplantation.2pp.fOeHARDY,JEAN. deDiv i,ion LSto:Rochambeau .InformstheGeneralontheimpossibilityofkeepingDondonunderthepresentcircumstances.ConsequentlyhehascrossedtheNorthPlain;reportsthelossof400 men. ThecommunicationwithPlaisanceappearstobedifficultsincetheregionisininsurrection.1p.4.LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL. General enchefDS(withautographednotes).Decreeestablishingthatthe deDivisionmayhaveonlytwelveguidesandthe Generaux de Bri'gade onlysix.1p.fOePOSTER,LSto:RochambeauReminderofapromisemadebytheGeneralinParistoaddressapetitiontotheMinistrede laMarine concerningacommissionforhimassous-commissaire.3pp.4.SALME, General deBrigadeDS.OrdertoCaptainPaultogatherallthemulattosoftheMorinplantationanddraftthemforthearmy.1p.fa.Enc.:Receiptsformulattosandcows TITUS, Corrunandant de laGarde nationaleLSto:RochambeauStatesthatamongthe1000farmerswhosurrenderedtherearewomenfromtheDumashabitation.Reiterateshisrequesttohaveadetachmenttopatroltheplaininordertoarrestinsurgentsandtobringfarmersbacktotheirduty.2pp.4.See also no.215.TREBOUTE,Chefde Bataillon de la ?ge Derrri-brigade LSto:RochambeauInformstheGeneralthatheissendingtohimthebestcarriagethathehasfound;thatduringthenightheheardafusilladeinthedirectionofMirebalais.1p.4.URBAIN,ChefdeBrigade Corrunandant de laCavalerie LSto:RochambeauCitizenRopignal,beareroftheGeneral'sletter,hascomewithtwohorsesthatseemtobestolen,thoughhedeniesit.AwaitsRo-

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214-220CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS38214. 215.216.217.218. 219. 220.an10,19germ.1802,9AprilArtibonitean10,19germ.1802,9AprilArtibonitean10,20germ.1802,10AprilPlaisancean10,20germ.1802,10AprilLe Cap an10,20germ.1802,10AprilLe Cap [Fran9ais] an10,20germ.1802,10AprilParis(France)an10,21germ.1802,11AprilHabitationMayancechambeau'sdecision.7le Companiewhichwasintraininghasarrived.2pp.fo.TITUS, Cormnandant dela Garde nationaleLSto:RochambeauRequestsarmsandammunitioninordertosendadetachmenttorebelterritorytolookforlivestock.Describesclaimsmadeby otvners ofanimalssenttoSt. Hare. 2pp.fOeLSto:RochambeauStatesthatDessalinesis'visitingLe Harin withtheintentionofbuildingafort,andtheGardenationaleispatrollinginordertobeabletoreport.Themajorityofthefarmersnolongerside '\vith therebelsbutaredispersedinthe Hoods ofthevicinity.Suggestssendinganimportantpatroltostoptheenemy'sprogressandtobringthefarmersbacktotheirduty.2pp.fOeSeealsono.211.CLAUSEL,BERTRAND. General deDivisionLSto:RochambeauReportsthatheisactingastemporarycommanderduringtheillnessofGeneralDesfourneaux.InformstheGeneralonthemilitarysituation.2pp.4.Seealsono.174.LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL. General enchefADS(draft).Ordinanceestablishingthatallcitizensinpossessionofammunitionorarmsmustmake awrittenstatementtothiseffectaddressedtotheCommandantdelaPlace.2 pp. fOe(withfinaldraft)---'ADS(draft).OrdinanceforthesaleoftheshipLeMoutonanditscargo,propertyofCaptainBunel;anappointedcommission '\vill becharged Hith surveyingthesale.2pp.fOe(withfinaldraft)TERRASSON,CLSto:[Rochambeau]AnnounceshisappointmenttotheSenate.HighlyrecommendsGeneralTho10ze,newchiefofthe du Genie inSt.Domingue. 1p.4.BELAIR,CHARLES. General deBrigadeALSto:ToussaintLouverture, Gouverneur deSt.Domingue.Hehasexecutedhisorders.Hismainconcernistostop the

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39CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS221-227221.222.223.224. 225.226. 227.an10,21germ.1802,11AprilLe Cap an10,22germ.1802,12AprilSt.Marcan10,22germ.1802,12AprilGonaivesan10,22germ.1802,12AprilLeCap an10,22germ.1802,12AprilLe Cap an10,22germ.1802,12AprilJacmelan10,22germ.1802,12AprilHabitationRometteROUME,Agent particulier duDirectoire executive deSt.DomingueDS.PermittoNicolasDelabreandhiswifetotraveltoFrance.1p.fOeBONNELACHICOTTE,LSto: General enchef[Rochambeau]LettercomplainingthatDessalineshastakenhertwocows.AsksthattheGeneralgiveordersforthoseanimalstobereturnedtoher.1p.4.HUIN,CHRISTOPHE.AdjudantcommandantLSto:RochambeauReportshissettlementatGonaives.Inquiresaboutthescopeofhispower,insistsonthenecessityofestablishingthreenewpostsandofpatrollingtheplain.Awaitsorderspertainingtothis.IntendstoreorganizetheGardenationale.Askspermissiontopulldown twohousestogainmaterialfornewconstructionsatGonaives.4pp.4.[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefAD(draft).Consideringthatthecircumstanceswhichkepttheportsclosedhavedisappeared,thisordinanceopenstheportsofLeCap,PortRepublicainandLesCayestoFrenchandforeignships.The Directeur delaDouaneischargedwithsendingtothe ordonnateur thebilllistingcargosandprices.2pp.fo.(withfinaldraft)Seealsono.144.---'ADS(diaft).DecreeestablishingthattherebeonlyonePayeur general inthecolony,andnaminghisfunctions.1p.fOe(withfinaldraft)PAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General de BrigadeLSto:RochambeauAnnounceshisarrivalinSt.DominguefromNewEngland,wherehehadbeendeportedbyToussaintLouverture.AwaitsordersfromtheGeneral.2pp.fOeSeealsono.346.TITUS, Corrunandant dela Garde nationaleLSto:RochambeauGivesanaccountofthereconnaissanceof both shoresoftheArtiboniteRiver.Insistsonthenecessityofhavingastrongpostinthatregion.ReportsthestealingofsaltfromthesalinesbyToussaint'sguardofhonour.Hasbeeninformedthattheenemysta-

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228-235CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS40228.an10,23germ.1802,13AprilDesir-Bion229.an10,24germ.1802,14AprilCap Fran<;ais tionedattheMarchandhabitationplanstoattacktheposts.IssendingayoungnegrowhocangivetheGeneralgoodinformation.2pp.fo.VERNET,ANDRE. General de Brigade corrunandO:/ltl 'ArrondissementLSto:ToussaintLouvertureHehassentsomeonetotellthegovernorabouttheroads.Horseshavebeenusedfortransportationoftheinjured.2pp.4.COLIN, M_____MinistreduCultecatholiqueDS. Summaryofobservationsonthecolony,touchingeveryaspect,andpresentedtoGeneralLeclerc.18pp.fOe230.[an10?J,24germ.LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL. General en chef 1802,14AprilADS.DecreeconfiscatingtheshipLa Marina [n.p.]anditscargo,andregulatingthesaleofit.1p.fOe231.232.233.234.an10,24germ.1802,14AprilDesir-Bionan10,24germ.1802,14AprilArtibonitean10,24germ.1802,14AprilHabitationCasteraan10,24germ.1802,14AprilHabitationCasteraREPUSSARD,FAUSTIN.Capitainedela Garde nationaleLSto:RochambeauReportsreconnaissancepatrolsconductedbythetroopsandbytheGardenationale.Ononeoccasiontheenemywasfoundanddefeated.2pp.fOeTITUS,CommandantdelaGardenationale1Sto:RochambeauReportpertainingtotheBellangerhabitation:visitofanofficerofthe7leBrigadewho,uponhearingthattheinhabitantswerewiththerebels,immediatelyturnedback.Thesameofficeralso \Vent toBacduCentrebutfledbecauseofthepresenceofenemytroops.1p.fOeURBAIN, General de Brigade CommO:/ldO:/lt delaCavalerieLSto:RochambeauInquiresaboutthechargebroughtagainstAudigewhoisbeingdetainedinprison.1p.4.LSto:RochambeauStatesthatCrecy,firsthorn-playeroftheregimentalband,hasorderstogotoPort-auPrinceandpresenthimselftotheChefdel'Etatmajor.2pp.4.235.an10,24germ.1802,14AprilL8to:Rochambeau

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41CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS236-242236.an10,25germ.1802,15AprilLe Cap 237.an10,25germ.1802,15AprilGonaives238.an10,25germ.1802,15AprilLesVerrettes239.an10,25germ.1802,15AprilLe Cap 240.an10,25germ.1802,15AprilLeBac241.an10,25germ.1802,15AprilLeBac242.an10,25germ.1802,15AprilLe BacInformstheGeneralthatheissendinghimapianofoundathishabitation.1p.4.BOYER,PIERRE. General deBrigadeLSto:RochambeauHeisreturningsoldierstotheirrespectivedivisionsaccordingtoorders.1p.4.HUIN,CHRISTOPHE.AdjudantcommandantLSto:RochambeauReportsthatDesfontaineshasperformedhismissionbutthattheinterviewhasbeenpostponedbecauseofToussaint'sunexpectedarrival.ProvisionshavebeensoldtoaSpanishschooner.Becauseofthelackofcustomstax,hehasentrustedthe receveur desdomainesnationauxwiththefunctionofcollectinganexportationduty.InquirestheGeneral'sopinionofthismeasure.2pp.4.REPUSSARD,FAUSTIN.Commandant dela Garde nationaleLSto:RochambeauRequestsonbehalfofthepopulationthatthefortificationsaroundLesVerrettesnotbeabandonedbecausetheyaretheonlyrefugeforfamilies.2pp.fa.[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefAD(draft).Ordinanceestablishingthatallthe payeurs and receveurs aretokeepbookkeepinginfrancs.2pp.fOe(withfinaldraft)TITUS,Commandantdela Garde nationaleLto:RochambeauIssendingaccountconcerningtheBelangerandLesHaIleshabitations.Practicallynofarmershavereturned;.thecottonhasbeenpartiallygathered.2pp.fa.(signedbyPacanesforTitus)Lto:RochambeauAfterhavingsentamessengertoinducethoseunderDessalines'andToussaint'sorderstosurrender,hereportsthesurrenderoftwoguides.1p.fOe(signedbyPacanesforTitus)LSto:RochambeauComplainsthattoomanypostsofhisdivisionhaveaskedthattheybeprovidedwithmeat,andbecauseofhislackoftimeand

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243-248CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPER842243. 244.245.246. 247.248.an10,26germ.1802,16AprilFortDodartan10,26germ.1802,16AprilTerraNeuvean10,27 germ. 1802" 17April an 10, 27germ.1802,17AprilLe Cap an10,27germ.1802,17AprilLe Cap an10,27germ.1802,17AprilFortdelaCrete-a-Pierrotofcattle,herequeststhatanendbeputtothosedemands.2pp.fOeCYPRIEN,[JEANMARIEFRANCOIS?].Chefde la3 eBataillon de la ?leBrigadeLSto:RochambeauReportsthereconnaissancemadetooutpostsoftheBoudetdivision,andthereturnofinhabitantstothevarioussettlements.2pp.4.IGNACE,CommandantL8to:Mon general [Rochambeau]AcknowledgestheGeneral'sorderstocurbthedisorderscausedbyhisdetachmentsintheBassinsdistrict;butjustifieshisactionsbythepresenceofrebelsinthatdistrict.Hehassent100menwhoencounteredrebelsandtookaprisoner.1p.fOeHUIN,CHRISTOPHE.AdjudantcommandantL8to:RochambeauDescribessituationofFortBayonnais,Plaisance,PortEnnery,asreportedbyaletterbroughtbyDesfontaines.Comments onDessalines'menandhisprojecttoinvadeFrenchlines.HewilltrytopreventthisinvasionandremindsRochambeauofthesmallnessoftheGendarmieandoftheirmanyduties.4pp.4.LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL. General en chef AD(draft).InstructionsforCaptainMayne, commandantlafregate "L'Infatigable".MayneistoleaveforHavana;therehe \vill permitHavanapassengerstolandand will setoutimmediatelyforVeracruz;oncetherehewillremainuntilthemissionisaccomplished.2pp.fOeEnc.:finalcopyoftheinstructionsSeealsonos. 299. ----:-' AL(draft)to: Gouverneup de Cuha[Harques de80meruelos].StatesthatthefrigateL'InfatigablewillstopinCuba onitswaytoVeracruztocollect250,000piastrespaymentduebytheSpanishgovernment.1p.fOeSee also no. 299.LEHMAN,Capitaine commandant en ahsence du CommandantGalboisLSto:RochambeauReportsthearrivalofCommandantLabadiewithonlyfourofhissoldiers.AssoonasLabadiehasmusteredhistroops(who,after

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43CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS249-254249.250.251.252.253.254.an10,27germ.1802,17AprilMireba1aisan10,27germ.1802,17AprilArtibonitean10,27germ.1802,17AprilArtibonitean10,28germ.1802,18AprilFortDodartan10,28germ.1802,18AprilAbordde"Le Tourville" St.Marcan10,28germ.1802.18AprilHabitationCasterahissurrender,scatteredontovarioushabitations),heintendstoestablishapostattheplaceappointedbytheGeneral.1p.fOePONT, Capitaine des comman-dantdeMirebalaisLSto:RochambeauSincethearrivalofGeneralKerversauatLasCahobas,hehasbeensendingadetachmentoffortymeneverydaytomakecontactwithKerversau'sdetachmentwhichdeliverstothemparcelsforvariousdivisionsofthearmy.Asksthaturgentlyneededshoesbesent.2pp.4.TITUS,Commandantde laGarde nationaleLto:Rochambeau ThebearerofthepresentletterisescortingasoldierfromtheMarchandhabitationwhohasjustsurrendered.1p.4.(signedbyDesserenforTitus)Lto:RochambeauReportsthearrestoftworebelswhohadstolensaltandwereimmediatelyexecuted.The samenightadetachmentofrebelsplunderedasettlement,whiletheinhabitantsescapedintothewoods.Hiscompanypursuedtheinsurgents,whotoriedtoflee,givinguptheirplunder.SendstotheGeneralasoldierwhohasbeenoneoftheirprisoners.2pp.fOe(signedbyDesserenforTitus)CYPRIEN,[JEANMARIEFRANCOIS?].ChefdeBataillonLSto:RochambeauGivesanaccountofhisreconnaissancemissionsandoftheenemy'sambushes.SuggeststhecreationofapostattheMaurysettlement(i.e.,Maure)wheretherebelscometogetprovisions,butinsistsonthenecessityofsending100 men,whereashecansendonlytwenty-five.3pp.4.HENRY,Corronandant le Vaisseau"LeTourvi lle "LSto:RochambeauHisship,with650 menonboard,hasjustcastanchor,andheisgoingtoproceedwiththe disembarkation ofthetroops.2pp.4.URBAIN,Chefde Brigade corronandant la CavalerieLSto:[Rochambeau]AsaccordingtotheGeneral'sorder,hewill

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255-260CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS44255.256.257.258.259.260.an 10, 28germ.1802,18AprilQuartier general d'Hericourtan 10, 29germ.1802,19AprilSt.Marcan10,29germ.1802,19AprilCrete-a-Pierrotan10,29germ.1802,19AprilSt.Marc [an 10],29germ.[1802],19AprilLe Cap an10,29germ.1802,19AprilLe Cap reportthenominationofCaptainBailloxtotheofficers'board,butpoints out thenecessityforBailloxtobeimmediatelyappointedconsideringthefactthatonlyoneortwopostsremainunfilled.2pp.4.VERNET,ANDRE. General deBrigade comma:fldantl'ArrondissementL8to:ToussaintLouverture,Gouverneur deSt.Domingue.IssendingCaptainFigarotoexplainthatnopersonofanycolor(norwhite)hasbeenleftatTerre.Neuve.1p.4.DODARD,LOMELLE.LSto:RochambeauPetitiontoretainthehouseleasedbyBernardBoissettoherlatehusbandforathreeyearperiod.Allrecordshavebeenburnedbytherebels.2pp.fOeGALBOIS,Chefde Bataillon LSto:RochambeauRequeststheGeneraltopersuadetheinhabitantsofthePetiteRiviere,refugeesatSt.Marc,toreturntotheirdistrict, \vhere theymaysettletemporarilyundertheprotectionofagarrison.SamerequestisbeingmadeofCommandantTitus.2pp.4.JOLIVEUX,LAURENT. Maire dela Ville LSto:RochambeauAcknowledgesreceiptoftheGeneral'sorders,whichheisgoingtopublicize,concerningthereturnoftherefugeestoPetiteRivierewithintwenty-fourhours.1p.fa.LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL. General enchefAL(draft)to:Lacross, General ConsidersthesituationinGuadeloupesoimportantthathehasappointedGeneralBoudettohandleit.Hecannotpredicttheturnofeventsinthecolony.1p.fOeSee also nos. 261.---'ALS(draft)to:Pelage,Hypolite;Frasau,Enoix;andCharlesCorneletatGuadeloupeImpossibilityofrecognizingthepresentgovernmentofGuadeloupebecauseit \Vas establishedaftertheFrenchrepresentativewassent.TheycannotjudgeGeneralLacrossewithoutdeclaringthemselvesinrebellionagainstFrance;besides,hehasreceivedexcellentreportsontheprogressofthecolony.IssendingGeneralBoudettocommandthe

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45CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERSisland.2pp.fOeSee also nos. 261.261.[an10J,29germ.[1802J,19AprilLe Cap 262.an10,29germ.1802,19AprilLe Cap 263.an10,29 germ.1802,19AprilLe Cap 264.an10,29germ.1802,19April Pla<;ac (i.e.,Plassac)265.an10,29germ.1802,19AprilQuartier general D'Hericourt266.an10,29germ.1802,19AprilQuartier general D'Hericourt267.an10,3flor.1802,23AprilPortRepublicainLECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL. General enchefAL(draft)to: General BoudetNeedofsendinganexpeditiontosuppresstheinsurrectioninGuadeloupe;howthisexpeditionshouldbeorganized.2pp.fOeSee also nos. 260.[LECLERC,VICTOR General enchefAD(draft).Ordinanceestablishingthreecommissionswhichwillberesponsibleforrecoveringmoney owedtotherebelsbeforetheirpoliticswererevealed,andnowtobeplacedinthearmytreasury;responsiblealsoforgatheringallobjectsusefulfortheRepublicinwarehousestobesoldinpublic auc tion.1p.fOeD.OrdinancegivingpermissiontoFrenchandforeignshipstoentertheportofSaintDomingueaswellastheportsofLeCap,PortRepub1icainandLesCayes,asaccordingtothedecreeof22germinal.1p.fOeSee also nos. 224.TREBOUTE,Chefde Bataillon LSto:RochambeauStatesthathisbattalionhasbeenlackingbreadforfourdays,andthatthereisnomoremeat.Requeststhatanendbeputtosuchdearth.2pp.4.VERNET,ANDRE. General deBrigadeLSto:ToussaintLouvertureReportsthatitisimpossibletofindsaltintheDumassalines.HehassentGuillaumeLavachetothePierresalines;willlethimknowtheresults.2pp.4.See also no.266.LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL. General enchefLSto:ToussaintLouvertureIssendingsaltwhichLavachehasfound.HaslearnedthatadetachmentfromGrosMorne cametoLeBassinandtookallpersonsprisoner.1p.4.See also no. 265.CHALAMEL,Chefde Bataillon de la 56eBrigadeLSto:RochambeauWishestoknowthereasonsforhisbeingorderedtoleavehisbattalion,andthecharges

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268-275CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS46Chefde Brigade"Corronandont 268.269.an10,3flor.1802,23AprilPlessisSt.Arnand(France)an10,3flor.1802,23AprilPort-au-Princeagainsthim.RequeststheGeneral'sunderstandingofhiscause.3pp.4.Enc.:copiesoftwoletters(thesameinformation)whichthewritersenttothe General enchefde l'Armee andtoGeneralLacroix.FOUCAULT,LSto:MonsieurRequestsachangeofadministrationforhispropertiesinSt.Domingue,explaininghisreasons.6pp.4.LAVALETTE,Jde laPlaceLSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements,certainactionstaken.2pp.4.270.an10,4flor.1802,24AprilPort-au-Prince271.an10,4flor.1802,24AprilMirebalais272.an10,5flor.1802,25AprilPort-au-Prince273.an10,5flor.1802,25AprilLeCap 274.an10,5flor.1802,25AprilLeCap 275.an10,5flor.LSto:RochambeauReportsmilitarymovements.1p.4.PONT,LSto: Rocharnheau Theyhavebeenattackedbytheenemy, twomenwerekilled,fivewounded,butafterafive-hourfighttheenemy \Vas pushedbackbeyondthePetiteRiviere.Expectsotherengagementswiththerebels.Complainsoflackofbiscuitsandwine.3pp.4.LAVALETTE,JChefde Brigade"CommO:fldO:flt de laPlace-LSto:Rochambeau lillnounces nochangeinthesituation.1p.4.LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL. General enchefAL(draft)to: leGouverneur deCubaAnnouncesthathisarmyhasoccupiedtheislandofSt.Domingue.Conditionsontheislandarebad,andheneedsthehelpofafriendlycountrysuchasCuba.Heneeds3,000mulesand600horses.HeisconfidenthewillobtainthishelpfromCuba,PortoRicoandVeracruz.2pp.fOeSee also no. 276.---'AL(draft)to: leGouverneur de Veracruz Askshimto FrenchcitizenScuderytotransferthefundsstatedinabillofexchangeissuedbytheTreasuryofMadridforthepurchase.1p.fOeLECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL. General enchef

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47CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS276-283276.277.278.279.280.281. 282.1802,25AprilLe Cap an10,5flor.1802,25AprilLeCap an10,5flor.1802,25AprilLe Cap an10,5flor.1802,25AprilSt.Marcan10,6flor.1802,26AprilPort-au-Princean10,6flor.1802,26AprilPort-au-Princean10,6flor.1802,26AprilLe Cap an10,7flor.1802,27AprilPetiteRiviereADS(draft).Decreeconcerningpassportsfortravellingthroughoutthecolony,inthearrondissementandinthecommune.1p.fa.(withfinaldraft)LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL. General enchefAL(draft)to:Dugua, General Needsmulesandhorses.IssendingCaptainD'AlvinartoSt. Leon withadespatchforthegovernortopermittheexportofmulesandhorsesfromthatprovince.HewillgivethreefrancspermuleiftheyarriveingoodconditionatSt.Domingue.1p.fOeSeealsono. 273.---'AD(draft).ProclamationtotheinhabitantsofSt.Domingue,announcinghisintentions,nowthatthewarisover,ofreorganizingthecolonyonthebasisofequalityforallregardlessofcolor.2pp.fOeEne.:copyoftheproclamationPERODIN,, aine.Corrumssaire auxClasses a St. Marc LSto:RochambeauHehasjustshippedtwocarriagesfortheGeneralandexpresseshisregretthattheGeneralwillestablishhisheadquartersatPort-au-Prince.1p.fa.LAVALETTE,JChefde BrigadeLSto:RochambeauReportstroopformationandmovements;andtherejectionbythegarde magasinofpoorqualitywheatfromJacmel.1p.4.LSto:RochambeauTransmitstwocopiesofa newmunicipalhealthordinance.1p.4.Enc.:lacking[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefD.Ordinancedeclaringvoidthefirstarticleofthedecreeof28pluviosewhichdeclaredGeneralChristopheanoutlaw.1p.fOeJEAN,CHARLES.ChefdeBataillonALSto:VernetRecountshisfightwiththeFrench:hesetanambush;eightsoldiersandoneofficerweretakenprisoner.1p.4.(addressleaf)283.an10,7flor.LAVALETTE,JChefde Brigade

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284-292CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS48288.an10,8flor.1802,28AprilPortRepublicain289.an10,8flor.1802,28AprilPort-au-Prince290.an10,9flor.1802,29AprilPort-au-Prince290a.an10,9flor.1802,29AprilPortRepublicain291.an10,9flor.1802,29AprilPort-au-Prince292.an10,9flor.1802,29AprilLeCap 284.285.286.287.1802,27AprilPortRepublicainan10,7flor.1802,27AprilPortRepublicainan10,7flor.1802,27AprilPortRepublicainan10,7flor.1802,27AprilLeCap an10,7flor.1802,27AprilSt.MichelLSto:Rochambeau AnnouncesthearrivalbyboatfromSt. 1-1arc ofthewifeandfirstmistressofoneDeruisseau,aprisoner.1p.4.LAVALETTE,J ChefdeBrigadeLSto:RochambeauAnnouncesarrivalofGeneralPaulLouverture;departureof200menforLaCroixdesBouquets.1p.4.LSto:RochambeauIssendingthereportofthe duPort.1p.4.Enc.:lackingLECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL. General enchefADS.Ordinanceincorporatingontocultivatedlandpropertiesalreadyfarmedandthoseoftherebels.Asksforprotectionforprivatepropertiesand o'tvuers. 1p.fOeVERNET,ANDRE. General de Brigade LSto:ToussaintLouvertureReportsthatCitizenCoco,Juge mayoral ofLaRatte, 'tvho abandonedtheplace 'tvhen theEuropeantroopscame,hasreturned.Heaskswhattodowithhim.1p. 4. BERTRAND,CommissairedesGuerresLSto:RochambeauRelatesbrieflythestateofthewarehouse.2pp.fOeLAVALETTE,JChefde Commandantde laPlaceLSto:Rochambeau Announcesnochangeinthesituation.1p.4.JAUVIN,J L.Chefde Sous-prefetde la Partiede l 'OuestLSto:RochambeauReportshisactionsaftercertainordersfromtheGeneral.2pp.4.LATOUCHE-TREVILLE,LOUISRENE LEVASSORDE.Contre-AmiralD(copy)OrderingJean Boze totakechargeofhisfunctionsasChefdu 140uvement duPort.1p.fOe(enc.of905)LAVALETTE,JChefde Commandant de laPlaceLSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovementsandformation.1p.4.LECLERC,VICTOR EM}urnUEL.General enchefADS.OrdinancetostopdesertionsfromtheshipsoftheFrenchRepublic.2pp.fOe

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49CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS(withafinaldraft)292a-299292a.an10,10flor.1802,30April[n.p.]DAUZE,L(copy)to: l'Ordonnateur PerroudInformshimthatthe General enchefintendsthatheshoulddepartforPortRepublicaininthefirstship,andhisfamilycanfollowhimlater.1p.4.(enc.ofno.325)Chefde Brigade" Commandant293.294. 295.296.297.298.an10,10flor.1802,30AprilPortRepublicainan10,10flor.1802,30AprilPort-au-Princean10,10flor.1802,30AprilPort-au-Princean10,10flor.1802,30AprilLe Cap an10,10flor.1802,20AprilSt.Marcan10,10flor.1802,30AprilSt.MichelDUGUA, General deDivisionLSto: General enchef[Leclerc]Referstothecostofmaintenanceofseveralships.Includesaletteronthesamesubjectwrittento Amiral Latouche-Treville,andtheestimateofthecostofrepairingtheship Clorinde. 2pp.fa.Ene.LAVALETTE,Jde laPZac;e LSto:RochambeauReportsarrivalofadetachmentofartilleryfromJacmel.1p.4.LSto:[Rochambeau]Reportsarrivalofmilitaryreinforcementsfrom Male St.NicolasandLesCayes.1p.4.PAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General deBrigadeLSto:RochambeauEnumerateshismisfortunes:hispropertywascompletelydestroyedandhisbrotherwasassassinatedbyChristophe.RequestsforthethirdtimethatRochambeau recommendhimtoGeneralLeclerc.2pp.4.REY,Chefde Brigade" Commandantde la 5 ed'Infanterie legere LSto:RochambeauExpresseshisregretforhisseparationfromtheGeneral;assureshimoftheattachmentofalltheofficersandsoldiersofthe5 ed'Infanterie legere. 1p.fa.VERNET,ANDRE. General de Brigade" commandant l'ArrondissementLSto:ToussaintLouvertureReportshehassent five ofhisguidesandsevendragoons.Hecannotsendmoreguidesbecausetheyareinpitifulcondition.Hecannotsendhorsesbecausetheyareinjured.3pp.40.299.[an10,flor.]LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL. General enchef

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300-308CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS50[1802,AprilorMay](LeCap ALto: l' Intendantde Cuba Asksthat60,000piastresbesent, 1;vhich hewillreimburseassoonashereceivesthemoneyfromVeracruz.1p.fOeSeealsono. 247.300.an10,[flor.]LECLERC,VICTOR General enchef1802,[AprilorMay]ALS(draft)to: leGouveyaeur de Cvha [LeCap [MarquesdeSomeruelosJ.ComplainsthatfreshfoodwasgiventoanEnglishvesselandwasdeniedtotheFrenchL'Infatigable.3pp.fOe301.an10,[flor.] ....-__ 1802,[AprilorMay]AL(draft)to:le Gouverneur deCuba[Mar-[LeCap ques deSomeruelos].ReportsthattheSpanishpartoftheislandiscompletelypeaceful.1p.fa.302.an10,11flor.1802,1MayPortRepublicainBOYE,JACQUES. General deDivisionALSto:Rochambeau Asksthatanimportantchartbesent.1p.4.303.304.305.306.307.308.an10,11flor.1802,1MayPortRepub1icianan10,11f10r.1802,1MayLe Cap an10,11flor.1802,1MayLeCap an10,11f10r.1802,1May[Cap an10,11flor.1802,1MayLeCap an10,12flor.1802,2MayPortRepublicainLAVALETTE,JChefde Commandantdela Place-LSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements.1p.4.[LECLERC,VICTOR General enchefD.DecreerenderingvoidArticleIofthedecreeof28pluviose.1p.fOeLECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL. General enchefADS.Decreeestablishingthattheregulationsoncoastaltrade(11floreal)arevalidalsofortheSpanishpartoftheisland.1p.fa.Ene.:finaldraftSeealsonos. 307.DS.Decreeoncoastaltrade(cabotage).1p.fa.(twocopies,oneunsigned)Seealsonos. 307.[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefDS(withautographedcarr.).Regulationsoncoastaltrade(cabotage).4pp.fa. (t1;vO copies)Seealsonos. 306.LACROIX,Archivistedu GouveYaement ALSto: General Dugua KnowingthathemustbereadytodepartforLeCap,hehassomequestionsandarequest:

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51CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS309-315Chefde Commandant309.an10,13f10r.1802,3MayLeCap Franc;ais 310.an10,14f10r.1802,4MaySt.Marc311.an10,15f10r.1802,5MayPortRepub1icain312.an10,15f10r.1802,5MayPortRepub1icain313.an10,15f10r.1802,5May[n.p.]314.an10,15f1ar.1802,5MayLes Cayes315.an10,15f10r.1802,5MayPort Repub 1icain1)ShouldToussaint'spapersbeintheArchives;2)arethepapersoftheAdministrateurdes Financestobeopened;3)requestthereleaseoftheArchivesofthetwoConseils superieurs. 4pp.4.LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL. General enchefADS(draft).Sincemanyunauthorizedpersonshavevisitedthecitizensrequestingmoneyforvariouspurposes,heestablishesthattheonlylegitimatecontributionsarethoseofficiallyrecognized.Thepersonswhohavepaidmoneyunderothercircumstancesshouldpresentacomplaintsupportedbyevidence.1p.fOeEnc.:finaldraftREY,Chefde Commandantde la 5 eInfanterie legere LSto:RochambeauRequeststheGeneraltoconfirmtheappointmentofCaptainGuignacewhosebehavioristobepraised.Urgesthatparticularconsiderationbegiventotwoothersoldierswhomhehasalreadymentionedinapreviousletter.2pp.fOeBOYE,JACQUES. General deDivisionALSto: General Rochambeau RecommendsthearchitectFourcade.1p.4.LAVALETTE,Jde laPla--ceLSto:RochambeauReportsdepartureofthemenforMireba1ais;patrolactivity.1p.4.[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefLto:son Excellence Monsieur le Capitaine general de l'Isle deCuba.Issendinga copyoftheletterbytheMinistre des Relations exterieures toGeneralLannes,Ministrede laRepubliquefranqaise inPortugal,inwhichheannouncesthesigningofapeacetreatybetweenFranceandEngland.1p.fOeEnc.:lackingPELLISSIERE, LLSto:Mon chergeneral [Rochambeau]GivesnewsoffriendsandhappeningsatLesCayes.3pp.4.PREVOST,GYR.Mairede laVille LSto:Rochambeau TheyaremakingeveryefforttomakethecitizensrespondtotheGeneral'srequestfor

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316-324CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERSmaterials.2pp.4.52316.317.318.319.an1015flor.1802,5MaySt.Michelan10,16flor.1802,6MayHabitationBerna-goussean10,16flor.1802,6MayPlaisancean10,16flor.1802,6MayPlaisanceVERNET,ANDRE. General de Brigade., commandant l'ArrondissementDS.OrdertoCaptainPierretodelivertoCaptainArmandwhathewasentrustedwithandtoplaceitaccordingtoinstructions.1p.16.5x20.5cm. BELAIR,CHARLES. General de BrigadeLSto:D.ToussaintLouvertureHasexecutedhisordersuponarrivalhereandasindicatedhehasdistributedthewomen amongtheplantationsofAquin.1p.4.CLAUSEL,BERTRAND. General deDivisionLSto:RochambeauExpressespleasureonlearningofRochambeau'srequestforhimtoserveunderhiscommand.1p.4.LSto:RochambeauThankstheGeneralforhisrecommendation.1p.4.320.an10,16flor.DEMISSY,1802,6MayLSto:RochambeauLaRochelle(France)Greetings.HopesforaquickpeaceinSt.Domingue.RecommendsM.Seignette,beareroftheletter.3pp.4.Chefde Brigade.,Corrmandant 321.an10,16flor.1802,6MayPortRepublicain322.an10,16flor.1802,6MayLe Cap 323.an10,16flor.1802,6MayLe Cap 324.an10,16flor.1802,6MayPortRepublicainLAVALETTE,Jdela Place LSto:RochambeauReportsmilitarymovements;theftofvaluablesfromMme.Leclerc.Giveslistofmenwhohaveembarkedasaccordingtoorders.3pp.4.[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefDS.AppointmentofCaptainAugustePerezasSous-commissairedeMarinede premiere Classee1p.fOeEnc.:anothercopy---'AD(draft).Ordinanceregulatingcabaretsandsaleofwine.2pp.fOeEnc.:afinalcopyLOVIN,Capitaine pourlaCommissionmilitaireLSto:Drouin,ChefdeBrigadeAnnounceshehasbeenobligedtoarrest H. Eneantandgivesthecauses.Requeststhat

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53CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS325-333325.326.327.328.329.330.331.332.333.an10,16flor.1802,6MayPortRepublicainan10,16flor.1802,6MayPortRepublicainan10,17flor.1802,7MayHabitationBerna-goussean10,17flor.1802,7MayPortRepublicainan10,17flor.1802,7MayPortRepublicainan10,17flor.1802,7MayPortRepublicainan10,17flor.1802,7MayPortRepublicainan10,17flor.1802,7MaySt.Michelan10,18flor.1802,8MayPetit-GoavethelatterbesentbacktoFrance.2pp.4.PERROUD,HENRI. Ordonnateur LSto:RochambeauIntroduceshimselfasthenew ordonnateur intheDepartementdel'Ouest.1p.4.Enc.:twocopiesoflettersaddressedtohimbyM. Dauze concerningthenewappointment:seeno.292a.PREVOST,CYR.Maire de laVille LSto:RochambeauThanksRochambeauforhisletter;hopeshewillbeabletorestorethecolonytoitsformersplendor.1p.4.BELAIR,CHARLES. General deBrigadeLSto: leGouverneur ToussaintLouvertureAskshimforthetruthabouttherumorsthathavereachedhim.1p.4.BERTHAULT,YVES. Payeur du Departement del'OuestLSto:RochambeauDiscussessomeacquisitionswhichareconsideredpartofexpenses,andtheservicesheisinchargeof.1p.4.BERTRAND,Commissaire des Guerres LSto:RochambeauAdministrativequestions.1p.4.LAVALETTE,JChefde Commandantde laPlaceLSto:RochambeauNochangeinthesituation.1p.4.PIGNARD,EDME.Capitaine charge de l'Habille mentde la 1ge Demi-brigaded'Infanterie legere LSto:RochambeauRequestsasupplyofclothmaterial,urgentlyneededfornewuniforms.1p.fOeVERNET,ANDRE. General de commandant l'Arrondissement LSto:ToussaintLouvertureReportshehasgivenorderstoJeanBordettogettwopiecesofbeef,oneforthegovernorandanotherforCharlesBelair.1p.4.DELPECH,ChefdeBataillonLSto:RochambeauAssureshimoftheirextremeeffortstoarrestTacot,agentofToussaint.Disbelief

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334-342CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS54Chefde Commandant334.an10,18flor.1802,8MayPetit-Goave335.an10,18flor.1802,8MayPort Repub licain336.an10,18f1or.1802,8MayPortRepub1icainthatfarmerswillrevolt.Inquiresastoproceduretobeusedforapersontravellingoutsidethe arrondissement. 2pp.4.DELPECH,Chef de Bataillon L8to:RochambeauExpressessatisfactionfordefinitivepeacebetweenFranceandEngland.1p.4.LAVALETTE,Jde ZaPZar;e LSto:RochambeauWritesconcerningorderstoarresttwo menrecentlyarrivedfromSpanishSantoDomingo:ChapotinandJeanFrancisco.1p.4.L8to:RochambeauTrooparrivals;peacecelebrations.1p.4.337.338. 339. 340.341. 342.an10,18flor.1802,8MayLe Cap an10,19flor.1802,9MayPortRepublicainan10,19flor.1802,9MayPortRepublicainan10,19flor.1802,9MayCroixdesBouquetsan10,20f1or.1802,10MayPortRepub1icainan10,20flor.1802,10MayPetit-GoaveLECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL. GeneraZ enchefAL(draft)to:SirGeorgeNugentandAdmiralJ.T.Duckworth.PresentsthesituationofthecolonyaftertheagreementofpeacebetweenGreatBritainandFrance;thedisarmamentofthenegroeshehasorderedhasproducedsomerebellions,butthegeneralsitutionisgood.4pp.fOeBERTRAND,CommissairedesGuerresLSto:RochambeauIncludesapreciseinventoryofthefoodthathasbeenconsumedfromthewarehouse.Ip.4.(alsosignedbyBertrand)Enc.LAVALETTE,JChef de Commandantde ZaPlace--L8to:RochambeauArrivalofAdjudantcommandantAndrieuatPortRepublicain;allisquiet.1p.4.LEFEVRE,ChefdeBrigadeLSto:Rochambeau Announcesthatherepelledanattackofseventymen.He ffivaits orders.1p.4.BERTRAND,Commissaire des GuerresLSto:RochambeauTellsofcontroversialacquisitionoflivestockfromtheSpanishzone.3pp.fOeDELPECH,Chefde BataiZZon LSto:RochambeauAssurancethatthewidow Ramee willreceive

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55CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS343-351an10,21f10r.1802,11MayHabitationMarchand343.344.345. 346.347.348.349. 350.an10,20f10r.1802,10MayPortRepub1icainan10,20f10r.1802,10MayLeCap Franc;ais an10,20f10r.1802,10MayLe Cap Franc;ais an10,20f10r.1802,10MayLeCap [Franc;ais] an10,20f10r.1802,10MaySt.Marcan10,21f10r.1802,11MayPort Repub 1icainan10,21f10r.1802,11MayPortRepub1icainherpossessionsuponherarrive1.1p.4.LAVALETTE,JChefde Commandantdela PlaceLSto:Rochambeau Announcesnochange.1p.4.[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefD(draft).AppointmentofCaptain Franc;ois Birabenas Directeur delaDouanedu Departe mentduNord.1p.fOeEne.LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL. General enchefDS.DecreereplacingtheCombeforthabitation,formerlydependentonthe H8pital des Peres, byanother.1p.fOeEnc.:finalcopyPAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General de BrigadeLSto:RochambeauComplainsoflackofresponsetohislastthreeletters.ListsreasonswhyToussaintdeportedhim.Requestsassistance.3pp.fOeSeealsono. 226.REY,Chefde commandantla5 ed'Infanterie legere LSto:Rochambeau ThankstheGeneralforhisinterestinLieutenantBrotschi.1p. fOe BERTRAND, Cornrrrissaire des Guerres LSto:RochambeauRequestsapassportforM.LafoutanttogototheSpanishzonetobuylivestock.1p.fOeLSto:RochambeauComplainsoflackoffunds;servicesandactivitiessuffer.Ingredientsformakingbreadareready,buttherearenoutensils.2pp.fOeDESSALINES,JEANJACQUES. General deDivisionLSto: General RochambeauHeisawaitingorderstomarch ontoSt.Marc.Heisready.1p.4.351.an10,21f10r.1802,11MayPortRepub1icainLAVALETTE"JChef de Corronandant dela Pla.eeLSto:RochambeauReportsonhospitalevacuees,yellowfevercases;peacecelebration;surveyofhospital

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35la-'357 CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS5635la.an10,21flora1802,11MayPort Repub licain352.an10,22flora1802,12MayPortRepublicain353.an10,22flora1802,12MaySt.Marc354.an10,22flora1802,12MayLe Cap 355.an10,22flora1802,12MayPort-au-Prince356.an10,22flora1802,12May Port-au-:Prince 357.an10,22flora1802,12MayPortRepublicainfacilities;desertions.1p.4.Ene.:reportoftheofficiersde la ondiseasesandonthestateofthehospital:seeno. 351a. OFFICIERSDESANTE.DS.ReportaddressedtoGeneral Rocharnbeau onthekindofillnesseswhichexistinPortRepublicain;thereareabout700personssick,400 \vounded, 200 \vith yellowfever.Therearenostrangesicknesses.1p.fOe(enc.ofno.351)AUBRY,AChefde Directez,r:pd'ArtilZerie LSto:RochambeauReferstotheGeneral'sordersto H. Charriertodelivercertainsuppliestothelocalarsenal.1p.4.Ene.:listofsuppliesBERTET,Chefde commandant ZaPlace deSt. Marc LSto:RochambeauRequestsorders.Explainsthesituation,whichisparticularlydangeroushere;complainsoflackofmenandarms.3pp.4.DEBELLE,JF.J. General deDivisionLSto:RochambeauComplainsofabusesof pO\ver ofwhichtheGeneralisundoubtedlyaware.Alsoproteststheattemptbythe chef del'Etat the prefet, andotherauthoritiestoseize \vine fromhisprivatehomeinPortRepublicain.2pp.fo.JAUVIN,JL.Chefde l Sous-prefetde la Partiede l 'OuestALSto:RochambeauRequestsatimeforafriendlyconversationaboutadministrativematters.2pp.4.LSto:RochambeauRequestsapromptanswertoanoldletter.1p.4.LAVALETTE,JChefde Commandant de laPlaceLSto:RochambeauRecountsattemptsmadetoisolatevictimsofcontagiousdiseasescomingfromhospitalships;arrivalofshipfromJamaicawithvictimsof unkno\vu fever.Requestsanorderforquarantiningshipsfromabroad.3pp.4.

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57CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS358-365358.an10,22flor.1802,12 1vlay PortRepublicain359.an10,22flor.1802,12MayPortRepublicainLAVALETTE,JChefde Brigade., Commandantde laPlaceLSto:RochambeauEnclosesareportpresentedbyLegros,afarmer,onthekillingandstealingperpetratedbytherebels.1p.4.Enc.LSto:RochambeauRoutinepatrols.1p.4.(addressleaf)360.an10, 23flor.1802,13MayJacmelDROUIN,Chefde Brigade LSto:RochambeauPleadswiththeGeneraltoaccepttheenclosedresignationof2ndLieut.Esnaultofthe2eBataillondelaLoire,whoseignorancecanbedetectedbyhisletter.2pp.fa.Enc.:lacking361.an10,23flor.1802,13MayPort-au-Prince362.an10,23flor.1802,13MayLe Cap 363.an10,23flor.1802,13MayPort-au-Prince364.an10,23flor.1802,13MayPort-au-Prince365.an10,23flor.1802,13MayLeCap JAUVIN, JL.Chefde l'Administration.,Sous-prefet de laPartie del'OuestLSto:RochambeauCertificateprovingthatM.Carlinhasservedinthedistrictasanadministrativeemployee.1p.4.LATOUCHE-TREVILLE,LOUISRENEMADELEINELEVASSORDE. Contre-amiral commandant lesForcesnavales L(copy)to:JeanBoze AnnouncesBoze'stemporaryappointmentas Capitaine de Port. 1p.fa.(enc.ofno.905)LAVALETTE,JChefde Brigade., Commandantde laPlaceLSto:Rochambeau AnnouncesarrivaloftwoformermembersofGeneralRigaud'sarmyfromNewEngland;askswhatshouldbetheirfate.1p.4.LSto:RochambeauTroopssenttoSt.Marc;MichelDerisseaumissingatrollcall.1p.4.[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefD.OrdersthatCaptainCavin,adjoint a l'Etat major, whohasdaredtoplacetaxesonthepeopleofSpanishSantoDomingoandespeciallyataxof1400gourdes,bedeliveredtothemilitarycommandwhereheistobejudged.1p.fo.Enc.:anothercopy

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366-374CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS58366.an10,23flor.1802,13MayLesVerrettesREPUSSARD,tionaleLSto:Defendsbroughtthathehorses.FAUSTIN. Corrorza:ndant de la na-Brunet, General deDivisionhimselfagainsttheaccusationagainsthimbyComma:ndantCyprienisinvolvedinillicittradeof3pp.fa.367.an10,24flor.1802,14MayLeCap 368.an10,24flor.1802,14MayPortRepublicainBENEZECH,PIERRE. Conseiller d'EtatLSto:RochambeauComplainsaboutthepresentsituationinLe Cap.Promisestohelp 1-f. Longchamp \vho ishighlyrecommendedbytheGeneral.2pp.4.BERTHAULT,YVES. Paye7J:Pgeneral du Departement de' z"'Ouest LSto:RochambeauDiscussesthesituationinthebankandpaymentstobemade.2pp.4.Chefde Commandat 369.an10,24flor.1802,14MayPort-au-PrinceLAVALETTE,Jde laPla-ae L5to:RochambeauAllisquiet;MichelDerisseauandarepubliclynameddeserters;haveback.1p.4.Seealsono.364.Jedonnenotcome370.an10,24flor.1802,14MayPort-au-Prince371.an10,24flor.1802,14MayPort-au-Prince372.an10,24flor.1802,14May[Le Cap 373.an10,25flor.1802,15MayPort-au-Prince374.an10,25flor.1802,15MayLSto:RochambeauReportsdepartureofreplacementsfortheWesternPart.Ip.4.Enc.:listofnameswiththeirpositions.LSto:RochambeauExpansionoftheGendarmerieonbasisestablishedbyToussaint.2pp.4.[LECLERC,VICTOR EMl-UlliUEL].General enchefAD(draft).Decreesuspendingtherationoffodderfortheofficers'horses;regulationoftheserations.4pp.fa.BERTHAULT,YVES. Payeurgeneral du Departement de l 'OuestLSto:RochambeauComplainsaboutalargesumofmoneywhichhasnotbeengiventohisadministration.2pp.4.Enc.:copyoftheletter Hhich raisedthiscomplaint,signedbyCitizenPerroud.LAVALETTE,JChefdeBrigade Cormno:adan tde la

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59CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS375-383LSto:Troop1p.375.376.377. 378.379.380.381.382.PortRepub1icainan10,26f1or.1802,16MayLe Cap an10,26f1or.1802,16MayPetitManie1an10,26f1or.1802,16MayPortRepub1icainan10,27f1or.1802,17MayAnse-a-Veauan10,27f1or.1802,17MayPortRepub1icainan10,28flor.1802,18MayPortRepub1icainan10,28f1or.1802,18MayMontreuilan10,28flor.1802,18MayGonaivesRochambeaudepartures;routinepatrols,parade.4.HARDY,JEAN. General deDivisionLSto:RochambeauCordialnoterequestinginformationrelativetotheLefevrefamilyfromLePetitTrou.Announcesthatthe General enchefintendstoretiretotheislandofLaTortue[i.e.,LaTortuga]forseveraldaysofrest.1p.4.LAFRANCE,PAUL.Chefde BrigadeLSto:RochambeauReferstoinspectionofthetroops,andannounceshewillcontinuehistravelthrough thedepartement. 2pp.4.LAVALETTE,JChefde Commandantde laPlar;eLSto:RochambeauReportssettlementofdebtlitigations.1p.4.HULISSE, JEAN.Commandantmilitairede la Communedel'Anse-a-VeauLSto:RochambeauComplainsbitterlyabouttheconductofM.Langlade,whorefusestoobeyhisordersdirectedtoavoidanyvexationtoCitizenPascalandhisfamily.3pp.4.LAVALETTE,JChefde Brigade., Commandantde laPlar;eLSto:RochambeauReportsarrivalofcasualities.1p.4.BERTRAND,Commissaire des Guerres LSto:RochambeauPresentsthesituationofthemilitarypostwhichholds335 men. 2pp.4.GALBOIS,ChefdeBataillonLSto:RochambeauAnnouncesthatheandGeneralSaintMartinhavebegunthedemolitionofthefortlet,asorderedbyGeneralBrunet.Givesfullinformationaboutthiswork.2pp.fOeHUIN,CHRISTOPHE.Commandantde la PlaceLSto:RochambeauReferstothenew commune;acknowledgesreceptionoforderswhichwillbecarriedoutassoonaspossible.2pp.4.383.an10,28flor.LAVALETTE,JChefde Commandant

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384-390CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS601802,18MayPortRepublicain384.an10,28flor.1802,18MayLe Cap 385.an10,29flor.1802,19MayPort Repub licain386.an10,29flor.1802,19MayPortRepublicain387.an10,29flor.1802,19MayPortRepublicain388.an10,29flare1802,19MayCamache389.an10,20flare1802,20MayPortRepublicain390.an 10, 30flor.1802,20MayPort Republicain de laPlace LSto: Rocharnheau Allisquiet;manytroopdesertions;arrivalofsicksoldiersfromSt.Marc.1p.4.PAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General deBrigadeLSto: Rocharnheau Acknowledgesreceiptof his letterandthankshimfortherecommendationtoLeclerc.2pp.4.BERTHAULT,YVES. Payeurgeneral du Departement de l 'OuestLSto:RochambeauRequestsauthorizationtopaycompensationtoacargoshipwhichremainedinportbecauseM.Paget,thecaptain,couldnotpaytheduties.2pp.4.LAVALETTE,JChefde Commandantde laPlace-L8to:RochambeauReportsalliswell;patrols;shortageofmedicine.1p.4.SALMON,ALEXANDRE.Agent enchefdes Hopitav..x militairesde la ColonieL8to:RochambeauAnurgentrequestfor20,000francsforthehospitalandacomplaintaboutthelackoffunds.3pp.fOeVERNET,ANDRE. General de commandant l'ArrondissementL8to:ToussaintLouvertureHasreceivedordersforCommandantJeanCharles;willdepartimmediatelysothatthecommandercanexecutehisorderswithoutdelay.1p.4.BERTRAND, Commissaire des Guerres L5to:RochambeauLetterintroducinganaccountoftheprovisionstobesentduringthenextmonthtodifferentpointsinthedepartement.1p.4.Ene.:listofprovisionsLAVALETTE,JChefde Commandantde laPlace-LSto:RochambeauReportsthattwenty-threemenoftheArtilleriecoloniale,andeighteenoftheBatailIondeLaMartinierehavefailedtoreport.1p.4.

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61CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS391-398391.an10,30f10r.1802,20MayMireba1ais392.an10,30f10r.1802,20MayPortRepub1icain393.an10,prair.1802,[after20 May]PortRepub1icainNICOLAS,JEANPIERRE.Chefde Commandantenchefdel'ArrondissementMirebalaisLSto:[Rochambeau]Letterpresentingexcusesforhisconductandassurancesofhisrespect.3pp.4.PIGNARD,Capitaine charge de l'HohilleetCommandantde Depot de la 1ge Legere LSto:RochambeauRelatesadelayinsupplies.Refersalsotothepresentstateofthewarehouse.2pp.fOeLAVALETTE,JChefde Commandantde laPlaceLSto.: RochambeauReportssuddeninfluxofevacueesfromSt.MarcandPortRepub1icaintoPort-au-Prince.1p.4.394.an10,prair.1802,[after20 May]St.Domingue D. Amountsduetotheofficiersadjoints a l'Etat major. 1p.fOe395.an10,1prair.1802,21MayPortRepub1icain395a.an10,1prair.1802,21MaySt.Marc396.an10,1prair.1802,21MayMireba1ais397.an10,1prair.1802,21MayPortRepub1icain398.an10,2prair.1802,22MayPortRepub1icainBERTRAND,Comrmssaire des GuerresLSto:RochambeauConcernsnewappointmentsinhisadministration.1p.fOeDESSALINES,JEANJACQUES. General deDivisionLSto:Rochambeau TheCommunehasaskedhimtoreturnthehouseonceoccupiedbyGeneralBrunettoCaptainLodart.Hehimselfisnotoccupyingthehousebutfeelsthatheshould.Awaitsananswer.1p.4.FRANCOISE,JEANL.Chefde CommandantduCampLSto:RochambeauAnnouncesthatoneoftherebelchiefshassurrenderedwith378gunsandseveralmen.2pp.fo.LAVALETTE,JChefde Commandantde laPlaceLSto:RochambeauDeathofGeneralClement;servicesinhishonour:Rochambeauisinvitedtoattend.1p.4.See also nos. 417.DROUIN,Chef de BrigadeLSto:RochambeauComplainsoftheabsolutelackofuniforms

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399-407CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERSinthe2 eBatail1on;requestsasupplyofcloth.1p.4.62399.an10,2prair.1802,22MayPortRepublicain400.an10,2prair.1802,22MayPortRepub1icain401.an10,3prai.r.1802,23MayPortRepublicain402.an10,3prair.1802,23MayPortRepub1icain403.an10,3prair.1802,23MayPortRepub1icain404.an10,4prair.1802,24MayPort-au-Prince405.an10,4prair.1802,24MayPort-au-Prince406.an10,4prair.1802,24MayPort-au-Prince407.an10,5prair.1802,25MayPortRepublicainDROUIN,ChefdeBrigadeLSto:RochambeauRequestsauthorizationfordepositing190gunsinthearsenalofPortRepublicain.1p.4.LAVALETTE,JChefde Brigade., Commandant de laPlaceLSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements;deserters(colored).1p.4.AUBRY,AChefde Bataillon.,Directeur d' Artillerie L8to:Rochambeau Recommendsthatsomeofficersbere-integratedintotheorganization.1p.4.LAVALETTE,JChefde Brigade., Commandant de laPlaceLSto:RochambeauReportsdepartureoftroops;arrivalofthegeneralsDubicourtandDugua. 1p.4.MAURIN,Capitainedu Genie L8to:RochambeauRequestspayments, othenvise therewillbearefusalbythementocontinuework.Suchaninterruptionwouldbeextremelyharmful.2pp.fOeLAVALETTE,JChefde Brigade., Commandant de laPlaceLSto:RochambeauRefersMme.Leclerc'svalettoGeneralRochambeau. 1p.4.LSto:RochambeauReportsdesertions;unauthorizeddepartureforCap bySalmon,headofthehospitals.1p.4.LSto:RochambeauSaleofthebelongingsofGeneralClement.Ip.4.Seealsonos. 397., 417.BERTHAULT,YVES. Payeurgeneral du DepaPtement de l 'OuestLSto:Rochambeau Announces atransferofcash;complainsabout

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63CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERSanunauthorizedpayment.1p.4.408-414408.an10,5prair.1802,25May[St.Marc]409.an10,5prair.1802,25MayLaTortue[i.e.,LaTortuga]410.an10,6prair.1802,26MaySt.Marc411.an10,6prair.1802,26MayPortRepublicain412.an10,6prair.1802,26MaySt.Marc412a.an10,6prair.1802,26MayPort-au-Prince413.an10,6prair.1802,26MayPort-au-Prince414.an10,7prair.1802,27MayPort-au-PrinceDESSALINES,JEANJACQUES. General deDivisionLSto:RochambeauIssendingacopyoftheletterhewrotetothe General en chef bywhichtheGeneralwilllearnofthestephehastakenasobligedbyhisduty.1p.fOeEnc.:lackingLECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL. General en chef ADS.Grantingarewardof1000francsincoffeetoHenryforhisgoodconductontheislandofLaTortueduringtheinsurrection.1p.fOeEnc.:anothercopy DESSALINES,JEANJACQUES. General deDivisionLSto:RochambeauIswaitingforhisorders;hecannotproceedwithoutthem.Hehasnotbeenreceivinghisletters.1p.4.LAVALETTE,JChefde Cormnandant de laPlaceLSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements.1p.4.MARGERET,Commandantde laPlace LSto:RochambeauExplainswhy someofficershavebeenarrested.Refersalsotothesituationinthe departement ofPetitMarc.3pp.4.PERROUD,HENRI.OrdonnateurLSto:RochambeauHehasreceivednewcreditforabout50,000francstowardpaymentsforadministrativeandmilitaryservices.2pp.4.LSto:Rochambeau Aspecialrequestforasupplyofwine,vinegarandoil,neededbythetroopsandthehospital.2pp.4.BERTHAULT,YVES. Payeurgeneral du Departementde l 'OuestLSto:Rochambeau The ordonnateur [Perroud]hasannouncedthatevery service isinpressingneedofmoneyandthathemustprovideitinordertoavoidtheinterruptionoftheseservices.Thereforehe(Berthault)isdisobeyingtheGeneral'sordersandpaying8000gourdestothemagasin de l'Etatforfood.2pp.4.

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415-423CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS64Chefde Commandant415.an10,7prair.1802,27MaySt.Marc416.an10,7prair.1802,27MayPortRepub1icain417.an10,8prair.1802,28MayLaTortue418.an10,8prair.1802,28MayGrandGoave419.an10,8prair.1802,28MayPortRepub1icain420.an10,9prair.1802,29May[n.p.]421.an10,9prair.1802,29MayPortRepub1icain422.an10,9prair.1802,29MayLes Cayes423.an10,9prair.1802,29MayDESSALINES,JEANJACQUES. General deDivisionLSto:Rochambeau Asksforinstructionsconcerningthenumerousdesertersinthe4eandlSeColoniale,andamongyoungblackpeople.Heneedsorderstorestorediscipline.2pp.4.LAVALETTE,JChefde Commo:rzdant dela Place-LSto:RochambeauReportsnochangeinsituation.1p.4.DEBELLE,ALEXANDRECESAR. Chefcommandantde l 'ArtillerieLSto:RochambeauWritesconcerninghishouse,formerlyoccupiedbyGeneralClement.1p.4.See also nos. 406.DESFOURRES, Commo:rzdo:rzt mili-taireLSto:RochambeauInhisinspectionsofthehabitationshefoundallthingsperfectlyorganized.1p.4.DUTRENNE,AdjudantL8to:RochambeauAnadministrativereport.1p.fOe(signedonbehalfofBertrand)Enc.:twobillsofsale,thefirstsignedbySalvignyanddated3prairial,an10; the secondsignedbyDegnieranddated2prairial,an10FAIGNON,BAL8to:Rochambeau Requestsinformationconcerningher nephe\v' spropertiesinSt.Domingue. 2pp.4.LAVALETTEJdela Plcu;e LSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements;especiallythoseofcolonialtroops.Alliswell.1p.4.PELLISSIERE, LLSto:RochambeauRequestspermissionforM.Champe1, arespectablecitizenofLesCayes,todisembarkfromtheshipwhichbroughthimbackfromtheu.S.tothecolony,withoutaspecialorderfromRochambeau. 2pp.4.PILLET,L8to:Rochambeau

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65CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS424-432Chef de CommandantBasseTerre424.an10,10prair.1802,30May Genes (Italy)425.an10,10prair.1802,30MayPortRepublicain426.an10,10prair.1802,30MayPort-au-Prince427.an10,10prair.1802,30MayPort-au-Prince428.an10,11prair.1802,31MayLe Cap 429.an10,11prair.1802,31MayPort-au-Prince430.an10,11prair.1802,31MayPort-au-Prince431.an10,12prair.1802,1JunePortRepublicain432.an10,12prair.1802,1JunePetit-GoaveExpresseshisregretatnothavingbeenstationedinSt.Domingue.ReportsthatthewarinGuadeloupehasprobablybeenbroughttoanend.4pp.4.COUSSAUD,JJ.Adjudant ala LigurieLSto:RochambeauExpressesconcernaboutreportsthattheGeneralwaswounded.HehassoldRochambeau'shousefor192poundstotheCommis saire des Guerres fromwhomhehasneverreceivedpayment.1p.4.DEVAUX,PIERRE. General de BrigadeLSto:Rochambeau RecommendsM.PoussepinMonaideascaptainforthenewGendarmerie.1p.4.JAUVIN, JL.Chefde Sous-prefetpour laPartiedel'OuestLSto:RochambeauReportsanadministrativecontroversy.1p.4.LAVALETTE,JChefde Commandantde laPlaceLSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements;severalmenoftheArtilleriecolonialewereabsentatthenightcall.1p.4.DAURE,HECTOR.Commissaire ordonnateur en chef de l'Armeeexpedi tionnaireLSto:RochambeauConfirmsthathewilldohisbesttohelpM.Vrick.1p.fOeLAVALETTE,Jde laPlace LSto:RochambeauReportsdeserters;arrivalofwinebarrels.1p.4.LSto:RochambeauArrivalofwheatonU.S.shipAnna Maria. 2pp.40.BERTRAND,Commissaire des Guerres LSto:RochambeauDealswithadministrativequestionsconcerningcertainpayments.2pp.fOeDELPECH,ChefdeBataillonLSto:RochambeauDailyreport;thereispeace.2pp.4.

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433-440CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS66an10,12prair.1802,1JunePhiladelphia,Penn.(U.S.A.)433.434.435.436.an10,12prair.1802,1 June [n.p.]an10,12prair.1802,1JuneGonaivesan10,12prair.1802,1JunePort-au-PrinceDESAON,ChefdeBataillonde la 15e Legere LSto:RochambeauGivesinformationaboutdifferentsettlementsandasksforwineandclothesforhissoldiers.2pp.4.HUIN,CHRISTOPHE.Commandantde la PlaceLSto:Rochambeau Announcestheassassinationofanofficer;includesaletterbyMariottegivinginformationonseveralhabitationsandonthesituationinGonaives.3pp.4.Enc.:seeno.436a.LAVALETTE,JChefde Brigade., Commandantde laPlaceLSto:RochambeauReportingtroopmovements. 1p.4.LIOT,CHARLESFRANCOIS.Commissaire desRelations commercialesa PhiladelphiaDS.ThepassportandcertificateofresidenceinPhiladelphiaofthe Hido\v Arniaudandhermaid;issuedinPhilad1ephia.3pp.fOe436a.an10,12prair.1802,1JuneGonaives437.an10,12prair.1802,1JunePort-au-Prince438.an10,12prair.1802,1JuneGonaives439.an10,13prair.1802,2JunePortRepublicainMARIOTTE, Garde magazinLSto:RochambeauReportstheassassinationofCitizenVauthieuwhohadbeennominatedforthepostof Administrateur des Domaines Vauthieuandfourofhisdragoonswereinspectingazoneaccordingtoorderswhenthisoccurred.RequestsforhimselfthepostwhichVauthieuhasleftvacant.2pp.4.(enc.ofno.434)PERROUD,HENRI. Opdonnateur LSto: Rocharnbeau Aboutthepurchaseofsomeredwine.2pp.4.REY,Chefde Brigade.,corrnnandantla 5ed'Infanterie legere ALSto:RochambeauHighlyrecommendsM.Thomassonforthepositionof receveur desdomaines.1p.fOeBERTRAND, Commissaire des Guerres LSto: Rocharnbeau ReferstotheBordeauxwineanditsprice.2pp.fOe440.an10,13prair.1802,2JuneLAVALETTE,Jde laPlaoeChefde Brigade.,Cormnandant

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67CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS441-448Port Repub 1icain441.an 10) 14prair.1802,3JunePortRepub1icain442.an10,14prair.1802,3JuneLeCap 443.an10,14prair.1802,3JunePort-au-Prince444.an10,15prair.1802,4JunePortRepublicain445.an10,15prair.1802,4JuneParis(France)446.an10,15prair..1802,4JuneGrand Goave 447.an10,15prair.1802,4JunePort-au-Prince448.an10,15prair.1802,4JunePort-au-PrinceLSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovementsandqeserters.1p.4.(addressleaf)BERTRAND,Commissairedes Guerres LSto:RochambeauReportsonfoodsupplies.2pp.fOeDAURE,HECTOR.Commissaire ordonnateur enchefde l 'Armeeexpeditionnaire LSto:Rochambeau AnnouncestheappointmentofM.Bertrandas Charge du Service d' appartements andthat of M.Perroudas Charge de laPolicesuperieur et hopitaux. 1p.fOeLAVALETTE,JChefde Brigade., Commandant de laPlace-LSto:RochambeauReportstheunexpectedarrivalof120patientsfromSt.Marc,andsubsequentovercrowdingoflocalhospitalfacilities.2pp.4.BERTRAND, Commissaire des Guerres ALSto:RochambeauDealswithcontroversiesoverfinancialmatters.1p.fo.CHASTENOYE,ALSto:RochambeauSendscongratulationsfortheGeneral'svictories.HighlyrecommendsM.Millotwhoistoactashisattorneyinthecolony.2pp.4.DESFOURRES,Capi taine., Commandantrrrilitaire ALSto:Rochambeau AnnouncesthecompletionoftheorderreceivedconcerningCitizenSt.Martin,farmer.1p.fOeJAUVIN, JL.Chefde l'Adrrrinistration.,Sous-prefetpourlaPartie de l 'OuestLSto:RochambeauReferstoa theft inthePostOffice;suggeststhatmeasuresshouldbetakentoavoidthesethingsinthefuture.1p.4.LSto:RochambeauReportsarumoredtheftinthePostOffice.1p.4.(LetterisfollowedbycopyoftheonewrittenbyCitizenDeRosiers.)

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449-456CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS68449.450.451.452.453.454.455.456.an 10, 15prair.1802 .. 4JuneFonddesB1ancsan 10, 15prair.1802,4JunePort-au-Princean 10, 15prair.1802,4JunePortRepub1icainan10,15prair.1802,4JuneLes Cayesan10,15prair.1802,4JuneLe Cap an10,15prair.1802,4JuneLe Cap an10,15prair.1802,4JuneHabitationCasteraan10,16prair.1802,5JunePortRepub1icainLABADIE,JOSEPH.ALSto:Rochambeau The ofapieceoflandandhis tHO partnersprotesttheordertoreturnto atthehohitationto they Here previouslyattached.Requestpermissiontoremaininpossessionortheirproperty.2pp.fOe(NotefromRochambeauordersthethreementoreturntothehabitationbecause,accordingtoexistinglaws,theotherpropertydoesnotlegallybelongtothem.)Enc.:salecompromiseLAVALETTE,JChefde Commandantdela PlaceLto: Rocharnbeau Reportingtroopmovements.1p.4.(addressleaf)MAURIN,ADS.AnestimateofthecostoftransformingtheboatRoberttoastatewhereitcouldreceive150sickpersons.Theestimateamountsto7729.30francs.2pp.fOePELLISSIERE, LALSto:RochambeauPetitiontogallicizeanAmericanshipinport,inordertohelpcommerce. 3pp.4.PIOGE,Chefdu ler Bataillondela28e Demi-brigadedel'Infanterie legere LSto:Rochambeau gighly recommendsfortheGeneral'sconsiderationhisbattalion,andexpresseshisloyaltyandthatofhissoldiers.3pp.4.SAINTJULIEN, Prefet apostoliqueALSto:ToussaintLouvertureThankshimfortheinvitationtolive \vith himinEnnery;asksthathebegivenhisofficialcredentials.2pp.4.(addressleaf)URBAIN,Chefde Brigade commandantle des Dragons LSto:RochambeauComplainsoflackofsupplies,medicalassistance.Requestsimmediateactiontoputanendtothissituation.4pp.fOeBERTHAULT,YVES.Payeur general du Departement del'OuestALSto:RochambeauReportsfinancialandbudgetarymatters.2pp.4.

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69CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS457-465457.an10,16prair.1802,5JunePort-au-Prince458.an10,16prair.1802,5JuneSt.Marc459.an10,16prair.1802,5JunePort-au-Prince460.an10,17prair.1802,6JunePortRepublicainLAVALETTE,JChefde Brigade., Commandant de laPlac;e-LSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements;arrivalofcasualties.1p.4.MARGERET,Chefdu ler BataillonInfanterielegere ALSto:Rochambeau AnnouncesthatGeneralDessalineshasleftthefortwithseveralofficers.Heisforthepresenttimeinchargeofit.Referstosituationswithinthebattalion.2pp.4.PERROUD,HENRI. Ordonnateur ALSto:RochambeauHehasbeenincontactwithM.Berthault.1p.4.AUBRY,AChefde Bataillon.,Directeurd'Artillerie ALSto:SaintMartin, General., Chefde Bri gade d'Artillerie. RequestspermissionfromGeneralRochambeautousesomematerialfoundinthedistrictforcontructionwork.2pp.4.461.an10,17prair.DESPALLIERE,1802,6JuneALSto:RochambeauConstantetHarentonHighlyrecommendshisfriendM.EmardMillot,plantationownerinSt.Domingue.1p.4.462.463.464.465.an10,17prair.1802,6JuneLe Cap an10,17prair.1802,6JunePort-au-Princean10,17prair.1802,6JuneLe Cap an10,17prair.1802,6JuneLesVerrettesDESSALINES,JEANJACQUES. General deDivisionLSto:RochambeauRecountsfavorablereceptioninthecity.ReaffirmshisloyaltytotheFrenchgovernment.1p.4.LAVALETTE,JChefde Brigade., Commandant de laPlaceLSto:RochambeauReportsnochange.1p.4.RAUME,CommandantSous-chefde l 'Etat majorgeneral DS.Recordofserviceoftheofficers,soldiers,andallpersonsdepartingforFrancewiththesquadronof Contre-amiral Magon.3pp.fOeEne.:additionstothelistmadebyLeclerc'shandREPUSSARD,FAUSTIN. Capitaine., Commandant de laGarde nationaleLSto:Rochambeau Apetitionforprotectionagainstplunder

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466-474CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS70466. 467.[an10?],18prair.[1802?],7JunePortRepub1icainan10,18prair.1802,7JuneFortDauphin7andlootingonbehalfoftheproperty o\Vners. 3pp.fOeBERTRAND, Commissaire des Guerres ALSto:Rochambeau Announcementofthearrivalofashipmentofshoes.1p.4.LACROIX, Ingenieur DS(dupl.).Reportonthetopographyanddefensesoftheislandfromthetown La VegatoLa Baye deSamana,duringhiscampaignofan9.31pp.fa.Chefde Commandant468.an10,18prair.1802,7JunePort-au-PrinceLAVALETTE,Jde laPlace LSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements,deserters.4.1p.469. 470. 471. 472. 473. 474.an10,18prair.1802,7JuneLe Cap an10,19prair.1802,8JunePortRepub1icainan10,19prair.1802,8JunePortRepub1icainan10,19prair.1802,8JuneAquinan10,19prair.1802,8JunePort-au-Princean10,19prair.1802,8JunePort-au-PrinceTREUIL,DS.Someobservationsontheone-quarterrevenuegiventothefarmersassecurityagainstloss,andonthedisadvantagestoit.9pp.fo.BERTRAND, Commissaire des Guerres LSto:RochambeauConcernsawineshipment.6pp.fOeEnc.:twopreciseaccountsofthequantityofwinedelivered;bothdocuments(twocopies)signedbyBertrand.LSto:RochambeauRequestspartialpaymentfortheprovisionofwine.2pp.fa.LAPLUME, de laPZace L8to:RochambeauAcknowledgessomeordersandconfirmstheirexecution.1p.4.LAVALETTE,JChefde Commandantde laPlaceL8to:RochambeauForwardscopiesoftwomunicipaldecreesforapproval.1p.4.Enc.L8to:RochambeauReportsthearrivalofthirty-eightmorecasualtiesfromSt.Marc.1p.4.(addressleaf)

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71CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS474a-482474a.an10,19prair.1802,8JunePortRepub1icain475.an10,20prair.1802,9JunePortRepublicain476.an10,21prair.1802,10JunePetit-Goave477.an10,22prair.1802,11JunePort Repub 1icain478.an10,22prair.1802,11JuneJacmel479.an10,22prair.1802,11JunePort-au-Prince480.an10,22prair.1802,11JunePort-au-Prince481.an10,22prair.1802,11JunePort-au-Prince482.an10,22prair.1802,11JunePort-au-PrinceROCHAMBEAU,DONATIENMARIEJOSEPHDEVlMEURDE. General deDivisionL(copy)to: le Commandantde laPlace Martial-BessemustgotoSt.MarcandremainthereincommandoftheBrigadedel'ArrondissementundertheordersofDessalines.1p.fOe(enc.ofno.484)LAVALETTE,JChefde Brigade" Commandantde laPlace-ALSto:RochambeauReportsthetighteningofsecurity;policepatrols;troopmovements;casualtiesfromGonaives.1p.4.DELPECH,Commandantdel'Arrondisse-mentLSto:RochambeauRequeststhat Abbe Gambinbeallowedtoremaininhisdistrictas cure. 2pp.4.BOYE,JACQUES.Adjudant commandantALSto:RochambeauReturnsletterfromGeneralDuguaandreportsthatthenextdayhehimselfwillcometoheadquarterstoreceivehisorders.1p.4.FERRAND,LChefde Brigade" Commandantde laPlace ALSto:RochambeauReferstohisinspectionsofthetroops.ExplainshisconducttowardM.Drouin.3pp.40.JAUVIN, J L.Chefd'Administration"Sousprefetcolonial duDepartement de l 'OuestLSto:RochambeauSuggestssomemeasurestobetakenwithforeignships.2pp.4.LAVALETTE,JChefde Brigade" Commandantde laPlace-LSto:RochambeauComplainsabouttheftoffurniturebyoccupantsofrequisitionedproperties.1p.4.LSto:RochambeauReportingtheinvestigationofacivilcrimecommittedbyJouberton.1p.4.LSto:RochambeauReportsthearrestofJean-PierreNicolas.Guardandpatrolactivity.2pp.4.

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483-489CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS72483.an10,22prair.1802,11JunePort-au-Prince483a.an10,22prair.1802,11JunePortRepublicainLAVALETTE,JChefde Commandantde laPlace-LSto:RochambeauIssendingarosterofjailinmates;theoneswhoarefarmerswerefreed;therestarebeingusedforpublic l;vork projects.1p.4.Enc.:lackingMARGARET,Chef du 1er Bataillon terie legere DS.CommunicationgivingtoGeneral Nar tial-BessethecommandofthebrigadeinSt.Marc.1p.fOe(enc.ofno.484)Chefde Corrmando:at 484.485. 486. 487. 488.489.an10,22prair.1802,11JuneSt.Marcan-10, 23prair.1802,12June Jeremie an10,23prair.1802,12JunePort-au-Princean10,23prair.1802,12JunePort-au-Princean10,23prair.1802,12JunePort-au-Princean10,23prair.1802,12JuneLe Cap MARTIAL-BESSE, General de BrigadeLSto:Rochambeau Announcesthatuponarrivaltheprecedingnight,hetookcommandofthecityinconformitywithRocharnbeau'sorders.ReportsthatDessalinesisinPlaisanceandappearstobeextremelyflatteredbythereceptionhereceivedatLe Cap. 2pp.fOeEnc.:copyofthe ordre du jour; letterfromRochambeau:seenos. 483a.BERNARD,JOSEPH.Chefde Cormnandantdela Place LSto:Lavalette, General de Brigade M.Viettewillbesentunderarmedescort.Hehasbeenarrestedfor liquortothenegroes.1p.4.(twocopiessigned)Enc.:testimonyofthearrestSee also no. 519.LAVALETTE,Jdela PlaceLSto:RochambeauReportshisactionswithrespecttoproblemsamongvariouscitizens.1p.4.LSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements;arrivalofcasualties;intensivepatrolling.2pp.4.(addressleaf)ALSto:RochambeauReportssicknessofM.Lachisse'sson.Ip.4.LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL. General en chef Lto:Deraime, Prefetcolonialpar interimWritesregardingtheadministrationofthecolonies,howhehasdividedtheislandfor

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73CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS490-496490. 1802, 12JuneNewYork(U.S.A.)491.an 10, 24prair. 1802, 13JunePortRepub1icain492.an 10, 24prair. 1802, 13JuneLe Cap thepurposeofadministration;thestructureofit.4pp.fOeMESLON,.ALSto:[ Rochambeau]IntroducesM.deMarceillanwhoiscomingtoSt.DominguetotakepossessionbyproxyofthepropertiesofhisfrienddeLabat.1p.4.(enc.0fno.761)BERTRAND, Commissaire desGuerresLSto:RochambeauConcernsashipmentofshoesforthetroops:hisargumentsfornotpayingtaxesonthem.2pp.fOeBIZOUARD,JOSEPH. Rapporteur DS.ReportofacommissionappointedbyLeclerctoanswerquestionshemadeduringthesessionsofthe20and22prairialdealingwithcultivation:meansofrestoringplantationsandfarming;repressivemeasuresagainstworkers;adequatemeansforattachingtheworkerstotheplantations;treatmentofthepresentworkers;howworkshopsforartisansshouldbesetup;howtoreplaceworkersleaving,etc.23pp.fOeSee also no.632.Chefde Corronandant493.an10,24prair. 1802, 13JunePort-au-PrinceLAVALETTE,Jde laPlace LSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements.1p.494.an10,25prair. 1802, 14JunePetit-Goave495.an10,25prair.1802,14JuneL'Arcahie496.an10,25prair. 1802, 14JuneLe Cap DELPECH,Corronandantde l' ArrondissementALSto:RochambeauSendshisdailyreport;thereispeace.Inquireswheretosendreportsonthesituationoffarmers(art.IVof22prairial).Requestsmorepassports.2pp.4.DESAON,Corronandantde la PlaceLSto:RochambeauComplainsaboutsupplies;requestsbettertreatmentforhissoldiers.Mostofthem,notyetacquaintedwiththeclimate,aresuffering.3pp.fOe(addressleaf)IDLINGER,JOSEPHANTOINE.AdministrateurdesDomainesnationauxDS. Commentaryandreportbyacommissionontheinconveniencesofthetaxesestablishedbythelawof12nivose,an6,signedbyGeneralLeclerc.Concernsdirecttaxes,postage,licenses,importationsandexportations,publiclands.10pp.fOe

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497-504CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS74497.498.499.500.501.502.503.504.an10,25prair.1802,14JuneLe Cap an10,25prair.1802,14JunePort-au-Princean10,25prair.1802,14JunePort-au-Princean10,25prair.1802,14JuneLe Cap an10,25prair.1802,14JunePortRepublicainan10,25prair.1802,14JuneSt.Marcan10,25prair.1802,14JuneLe Cap an10,25prair.1802,14JuneLe Cap [IDLINGER,JOSEPHANTOINE]. des Domaines D.ReportonthemeansofprovidingfortheneedsofthearmyofSt.Domingue.Establishesthattheenterprisesystemisaninefficientmeans.6pp.fOeLAVALETTE,JChefde Brigade:JCOTTUnondont de laPlace-L8to:RochambeauReportscasualtiesfromSt. Harc andGonaives;routinepatrols.1p.4.(addressleaf)LSto:RochambeauRequeststhatheexpediteapprovaloftwo newmunicipaldecrees.1p.4.(addressleaf)LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL. General enchefD.DecreecancellingthereductiontohalfpricegiventothefarmersbyDenaire, Administrateur des DominiO"fls nationaux,fortheadjudicationofeachentirefarm.2pp.fOeLOVIN,Capitaine rapporteur pour laCorrunission militaireLSto:RochambeauReportshehasfulfilledtheobligationsimposedbythe Commission militairesinceitwasestablished.Explainswhycaptainsdonothaveafixedsupplementofmoneytopayexpenses.2pp.4.MARTIAL-BESSE, General de Brigade LSto:Rochambeau AnnouncesthearrivalofDessalineswhoisconcentratingonre-establishingfarminginthearea.Reportsthatacommissaire du gouvernement pres laCommissionprovisoiredeJusticehasarrived.Peaceisreigning.2pp.40.MINUTY, Grand JugedeSt.Domingue par interimLSto:RochambeauSendsanaccountofhisdutiesduringhisactivetermofoffice,andapetitionforhisbrother.3pp.4.PAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General deBrigadeALto:RochambeauComplainsofnothavingbeencalledtoactiveduty.Requestsarecommendationforhimselfforthepostof inspecteur de gendarmerie.

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75CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS505-514505.an10,26prair.1802,15JunePortRepublicain506.an10,26prair.1802,15JunePortRepublicain507.[an10?],27prair.[1802?],16JunePortRepublicain508.an10,27prair.1802,16JunePort-au-Prince509.an10,27prair.1802,16JuneLeCap 510.an10,27prair.1802,16JuneLeCap 51i.an10,27prair.1802,16JuneSt.Marc512.an10,28prair.1802,17June Gonaives 513.[an10],28prair.[1802],17June[LeCap 514.an10,28prair.1802,17JuneGonaives515.1803,17JuneSt.Pierre(Martinique)4pp.fOe(incomplete)LAVALETTE,JChefde Commandantde laPlac;eALSto:RochambeauIsforwardingaletterfromthe administra tion municipale. 1p.4.(addressleaf)Enc.:lackingLSto:RochambeauReportspatrols;troopmovements;casualties.1p.4.(addressleaf)BERTRAND, Comrrrissaire des GuerresALSto:Rochambeau Aquantityofmeatforthetroopshasnotbeendeliveredtothewarehouse.1p.fOeLAVALETTE,JChefde Commandantde laPlac;eALSto:RochambeauReportspatrolactivity;allisquiet.1p.4.[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefD(draft).Decreeplacingthe Prefetcolonial inchargeofalldetailsoftheadministrationoftheMarine,withspecificdirectionsandorders.3pp.fOe---'D(draft).RegulationsfortheoperationoftheportinSt.Domingue. 8pp.fOePLANTEAU,CapitaineALSto:RochambeauRequestsabriefperiodofleave,togotoMireba1ais.Ip.4.JAUME,Chefde commandantla3e LegiondeGendarmerieALSto:Rochambeau Announcesformationofa newregimentofdragoonsandrequestsdwellingsforthenewcomers.2pp.4.[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General en chef D.Ordinancefortheorganizationofpostoffices.9pp.fOe(truecopycertifiedbyDeraime)REY,Chefde Corrmandant de la 5eInfanterie legere ALSto:Rochambeau AnnouncesthepromotiontocaptainofLieu-tenantBrotschy.1p.fOeRIVECOURT,ALSto:Rochambeau AcknowledgesreceiptoftheGeneral'sletter.Givesnewsofsituationhere.Re-

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516-523CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS76Chefde Commandant516.an10,29prair.1802,18JuneRouen(France)517.an10,29prair.1802,18JuneJacmel518.an10,29prair.1802,18JunePort-au-Prince519.an10,29prair.1802,18JunePort-au-Prince520.an10,29prair.1802,18JunePort-au-Prince521.an10,29prair.1802,18JunePort-au-PrincequestsdetailsaboutanhabitationoftheArtibonitedistrict.4pp.4.BOULAINOILLIER,[CHARLOTTEFELICITE] FRUTIE.VeuveLSto:Rochambeau Remarks howwonderfulRochambeauhasbeeninthecampaignagainsttherebelnegroes;thankshimforacceptingtobeherproxy.4pp.40.BROTSCHY,LieutenantALSto:RochambeauReportsthearrestofCitizenGuillaumeFerandatDieudonne'shome.HeintendstofollowDieudonnetoLesVerrettes.1p.4.JAUVIN, JL.Chefde Sous-prefet colonial du Departement del'OuestLSto:Rochambeau Asks someadministrativequestions;mentionsthatfarmersarebeginningtocarefortheland;acorpsof gendarmes isneededtomaintainorder.2pp.4.LAVALETTE,Jde laPlac;e LSto:RochambeauReportsarrestandreleaseonbailofCitizenVietteforillegalsaleofrum.2pp.4.(addressleaf)See also no. 485. LSto:RochambeauPermitstwoplanters,BatailleandLachiche,toreturntotheirproperties.1p.4.(addressleaf)LSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements.1p.4.(addressleaf)Chefde Bataillon du 3 e de Za 522.an10,30prair.1802,19JunePortRepublicainBEAUX,68eBrigadeALSto:RochambeauGivesinformationonrequestsapromotionLevaux.3pp.4.thegeneralsituation;forCitizenDajarDart(addressleaf)523.an10,30prair.1802,19JuneSt.MarcFROIDEVEAUX,Commissairedes Guerres ALSto: General deBrigadeMartial-BesseComplainsaboutthedifficultyofgettingsupplies: 'nos troupesviennent pour defendreet laliberte dupaysmoureront

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77CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS524-532524. 525.526.527. 528.529.530.an10,30prair.1802,19JunePort-au-Princean10,30prair.1802,19JunePort-au-Princean10,30prair.1802,19JuneLes Cayesan10,1mes.1802,20JuneSt.Marcan10,1 mes.1802,20JuneAbordde lafre gate"LaRepublique"an10,1 mes.1802,20JunePort-au-Princean10,1 mes.1802,20JuneLeCap deJaim."Adds alistofsuppliesneeded.3pp.fOe(enc.ofno.538)LAVALETTE,JChefde Corronandant de laPlar;e-LSto:RochambeauReportsstaffmeeting;desirestoexpeditetheGeneral'sfutureorders.2pp.4.(addressleaf)LSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements;arrivalofcasualties.1p.4.(addressleaf)LEMOINE-COLLET,Chefdu2e Bataillon de la 90e Demi-brigaded'InfanteriedeBa taille ALSto:RochambeauRequestsspecialtreatmentforhisbattalion.Themenaresickandweak.1p.fa.CYPRIEN,[JEANMARIEFRANCOIS?].Chefde Ba taillon du 3e deLa71e Brigade de LigneLSto:Rochambeau Thankshimforthespecialconsiderationreceivedbyhissoldiers.Requestsalsosuppliesanduniforms.2pp.fOeFRADIN,Capitainede Fregate DS.InventoryofthemerchandiseontheshipNuestraSenora delCarmen. 3pp.fOeSee also nos. 764.LAVALETTE,JChefde Corronandant de laPlar;e-LSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements;deathofL'Honore,adjudantatPort-au-Prince.1p.4.(addressleaf)[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefD(draft).Decreemodifyingthepowersofthe Prefetcolonial, makingthehighpoliceofthecolonydependentonmilitaryauthority.2pp.fa.531.an10,1 mes. PAILLIER,Capitainedu lerBataillon 1802,20Junede la Legionde laLoire Jacme1ALSto:RochambeauRequeststheconsiderationwhichhispositionaschefde bataillon requires.2pp.fa.532.an10,2 mes.BERTRAND,Commissaire des Guerres 1802,21JuneALSto:Rochambeau

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533-538aCALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS78533.534.535.536.537. 538.Port-au-Princean10,2 mes.1802,21JuneBordeaux(France)an10,2 mes.1802,21JunePortRepublicainan10,2 mes.1802,21JunePort-au-Princean10,2 mes.1802,21JuneLeCap an10,2 mes.1802,21JuneLeCap an10,2 mes.1802,21JuneSt.MarcComplainsaboutthebadsituationofthehospitalsinPort-au-Prince.2pp.4.Enc.:letterwrittentoBertrandbythe Directeur de Z'HopitaZ miZitaire,Henriot:seeno.534.EMERY,HENRY.ALSto:Rochambeau RecommendshisnephewwhoisleavingforSt.Domingue. 2pp.4.HENRIOT, Directeur de Z'Hopital militaire ALSto:leCommissaire des Guerres [Bertrand].Intheabsenceofthe payeur hecannotobtainthe200gourdespromisedtohim.AsksBertrandtoobtainaloanfromtheCaisse.1p.4.(addressleaf;enc.ofno.532)LAVALETTEJChefde Corrunanda:flt dela Pla;;eLSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements. 1p.4.(addressleaf)[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefD(draft).Decreeestablishingthe departe mentsandthedistrictsofSt.Domingue;theirnames;thecapitalsofeachdivision.4pp.fOeLECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL. General enchefD.Decreeregulatingcommerce;whichportswillaccepttheshipscorningfromFrance;whattheshipcaptainsshoulddo uponarrivalatoneoftheseports.2pp.fa.MARTIAL-BESSE, General de Brigade LSto:RochambeauDessalinesarrivedthepreviousday andpresentedaswordofhonourtoanofficerofthe5 eBrigade legere. ReportsthathehasrequisitionedaschoonertotransportsixtyeightdragoonsunderthecommandofChef de Brigade Urbain,thesemenbeingphysicallyunabletomaketheoverlandjourneytoLe Cap. 2pp.4.Ene.:letterfromthe Commissaire des Guerres de ZaPZace Froideveaux:seeno.523.538a.an10,3mes.1802,22JuneLes CayesDESBUREAUX,CHARLESFRANCOIS. General deDivisionALSto:Rochambeau AnnounceshisarrivalatLesCayes,afterhavingseenCommandantD'Arboisenroute.

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79CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS539-545539. 540.541.542.543.544.545.an10,3 mes.1802,22JuneLesCayesan10,3mes.1802,22JuneLes Cayesan10,3mes.1802,22JunePort-au-Princean10,3mes.1802,22JuneLeCap an10,3mes.1802,22JuneLe Cap an10,3 mes.1802,22JuneParis(France)an10,4 mes.1802,23JuneLes CayesEverythingseemstobeinorder.1p.4.DESBUREAUX,CHARLESFRANCOIS. General de Divi sionALSto:RochambeauAssurancethatCaptainGalwillbearrestedforthesaleofwine.CitizenChancy,exaide-de-campofToussaint,hasarrivedinPort-Republicain.2pp.4.ALSto:RochambeauReportsthatthe90 eBatai1lonwillleaveonthe8messidorfor Jeremie aboardthefrigateLa Valeureuse. Adjudant commandantD'Arboishasorderstoleaveonthe10thandwillarriveatLes Cayesthe14messidor.1p.4.LAVALETTE,JChefde Commandantde laPlaceLSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements. 1p.4.[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General en chef AD(draft).DecreeauthorizingtheCatholicreligiontobetheonlyreligionpracticedpublicly,andregulatingthenominationoftheclergy.1p.fOeLECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL. General en chef AD.Decreeestablishingthattheadministrationoftheislandwillbemadebyacommandant militaire andtheConseildeNotables;establishingalsothedivisionofauthority.4pp.fOeMOUCEY, Inspecteurgeneral de la Gendarmerie nationaleLSto:RochambeauIntroduceshisfriend,J.B.,apropertyownerfromLesCayes,towhomhehasgivenaletterofrecommendationfortheGeneral.1p.fa.DESBUREAUX,CHARLESFRANCOIS. General deDivisionLSto:RochambeauRequeststhatthe Inspecteur aux Revuesbereturnedhere.Addedisa copyofaletterfromtheChefdel'Etat majorgeneral toGeneralDesbureaux(19prair.,an10)containinganordertoindictCitizenDenayre, ex-administrateur de laMarine at Jeremie. 2pp.fo.

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546-553CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS80546.an10,4 mes.1802,23JuneDennery547.an10,4mes.1802,23JuneGonaives548.an10,5mes.1802,24JunePortSalut549.an10,5 mes.1802,24JunePortRepublicain550.an10,5mes.1802,24June Jeremie 551.an10,5mes.1802,24JunePort-au-Prince552.an10,5mes.1802,24JunePort-au-Prince553.an10,5mes.1802,24JuneLe Cap DESQUIDOUR,Chefde Commandant de31e Demi-brigadeInfanterie legere LSto:RochambeauReportsthatoneofhisofficersisgoingtoPortRepub1icaintogetthesupplyofuniforms.Complainsthathisbattalionlacksnearlyeverything,andrequestsbettertreatment.2pp.4.VERNIER,Chefdu ler 7ge Demi-brigadeLSto:RochambeauComplainsthatthegroupofsoldiersofwhichheshouldbeinchargehasbeenannexedtothe2 eBrigade.Heisno moretheirleader. Hould liketo knoHHhat coursetotake.2pp.4.APLAQUIAT,, aine. Commandant provisoire LSto:RochambeauTestifiestohisdevotionandattachmenttotheGeneralandthegovernment.3pp.4.DAURE,HECTOR.Commissaire ordonnateur LSto:RochambeauBriefletterconcerning neHS fromothergenerals.1p.fOeLAROQUE, Payeurparticulier de l'Arrondissementde Jeremie D.SendsreportsonthestateoftheCaissein Jeremie. Apologizesfornotreportingpersonally.2pp.4.Ene.:reportsLAVALETTE,JChefde Commandantdela PlaceLSto: RochaIDbeau Reportsonseveralarrests,among themChancy,Demousseau,Borgella,Collet, Negere andLaCour.3pp.4.Seealsonos. 557.LSto:RochambeauReportsonthearrestofChancy,aide-de canp ofToussaint;thearrestoftheJacmelcommandantdela region; bothhavebeensenttoLe Cap;troopmovements.2pp.4.(addressleaf)Seealsonos. 557.LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL. General enchefDS.Decreeconcerningcattleand 'vood forconstruction;bothwillenterthecolonyfreeoftaxes betHeen 1messidorand30frimaire,

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81CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERSan10.1p.fa. 554.-561 554.an10,5mes.1802,24JuneLe Cap 555.an10,5mes.1802,24JuneLe Cap 556.an10,5mes.1802,24JuneSt.Marc557.an10,6mes.1802,25JunePort-au-Prince558.an10,7mes.1802,26JunePort-au-Prince559.an10,8mes.1802,27JunePetit-Goave560.an10,8mes.1802,27JuneLe Cap 561.an10,8mes.1802,27JuneAbordde"LaValeureuse"[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefD.Additionstothedecreeconcerningwoodandcattle:Art.IIadds: lesPreposes aux Douaneswillkeepanaccountofthecattleintroducedintothecolony.1p.fa.(signedbyLenoirforLeclerc)---'D.Proclamation:theislandisundermili-taryrule;underthisauthoritywillbethe Prefet colonialandthe Corrorzissaire deJustice.1p.fa.MARTIAL-BESSE, General deBrigadeLSto:RochambeauReportsonthelackoffoodfortroops,thenecessityoftransferringinvalidstoPortRepublicain.Reportsgoodresponsetoordersfordisarmament.2pp.fa.LAVALETTE,JChefde Commandantde laPlaceLSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements;arrestofGeneralBorgella.1p.4.(addressleaf)Seealsonos. 552.LSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements;twoofficersjailedasaresultofacomplaintbyCommandantGeoffrey.1p.4.(addressleaf)DELPECH,Chefde Commandantdel'ArrondissementALSto:RochambeauExplainstheinsurrectionintheRochelloisMountains,causedbythearrestofthecom mandantofMiragoane.PierreViallet,com mandantprovisoire,arrestedtwelveinsurgents;one,Appollon,hasescaped.Allfarmersaredisarmedandstrangerssenthome.1p.4.LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL. General enchefADS.Consideringthattheverdictgiveninreportofthe Corromssaire du Gouvernementiscontrarytolaw,thejudgeandthecommissairedejusticearetoappearatLe Capforatrueaccountofthematter.1p.fa.NAVERRE,ChefdeBataillonLSto:[Rochambeau]Bitterlycomplainsaboutmeasuresadoptedagainsthim.Defendshispastconductand

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562-569CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERSaskstoknow whyhehasbeenarrested.3pp.4.See also no. 616.82562. 563. 564.565.566. 567. 568.569.an10,8mes.1802,27JuneLe Cap an10,10mes.1802,29JuneLe Cap an10,10mes.1802,29JuneLe Cap an10,11 mes.1802,30JuneJacmelan10,11mes.1802,30JuneSt.Marcan10,11 mes.1802,30JunePort-au-Princean10,11mes.1802,30JuneLe Cap an10,11mes.1802,30JuneSt.MarcSAINTJAMES,GEORGEJ.ALSto:RochambeauRequestsassistanceinliftingtheorderofsequestrationplacedon somepropertiesinSt.Dominguebelongingto N. DeCapellis.2pp.4.[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefAD(draft).Ordinanceontherelationshipbetweenmilitaryandcivilianauthorities,andthedivisionofresponsibilities.3pp.fOe---'AD(draft).Ordinanceestablishingacontri-butionofwartobepaidbythecitizens,amountingto13,000,000; ho\v itshouldbepaid.3pp.fOeBROTSCHY,LieutenantALSto:[Rochambeau]Reportsthecompletedisarmamentofthe de partementsofMarigotandCapRouge.AlsoreportsconditionsinLesMomes.1p.4.DESSALINES,JEANJACQUES. General deDivisionLSto:RochambeauReportslackoffood;theywillnotbeabletoadvance.TheCommissionde laGuerre ofSt.Marchastriedtogivethemfundsandwheat,butwithoutsuccess;theyexpecthelp.2pp.4.JOUETTE,Adjudantau Comma:fldant de laPlace ALSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements;casualties.2pp.4.(addressleaf)[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefAD(draft).Regulationsonfarming,farmers,plantations.3pp.fo. (\vith seconddraft)MARTIAL-BESSE, General deBrigadeLSto:[Rochambeau]RequestsacollectionoftheGeneral'sofficialordersissuedsincehisarrivalinSt.Domingue.StatesthenecessityofadditionalfundsforthehospitalwhosepatientshadtobetransferredtoPortRepublicain.Announcesreorganizationofsometroops.Generalpeacereigns.2pp.fOe

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83CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS569a-576569a.an10,mes.1802,endofJuneLe Cap LEQUOI-MONGIRAUD,FJ. Prefet colonialLSto: leGeneral enchef[Leclerc]ProposesAntoineIdlingerfortheofficeofAdministrateurdecettePartie.1p.fOe(end.ofno.635)570.571.572.573.574.575.an10,12mes.1802,1JulyPort-au-Princean10,12mes.1802,1JulyLe Cap an10,13mes.1802,2JulyLesCayesan10,12mes.1802,2JulySt.Dominguean10,13mes.1802,2July[n.p.]an10,13mes.1802,2JulyPortRepublicainJOUETTE,AdjudantauCommandantde la PlaceLSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements.1p.4.(addressleaf)[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefAD(draft).DecreeregardingsurveillanceandmaintenanceofroadswhichwillbeundertheauthorityoftheCommandantdu Genie del'Ar mee. Thislatterwillpresenttothe Capi taine general andthe Prefet colonialtheplansfornewroads.3pp.fOeDESBUREAUX,CHARLESFRANCOIS. General deDivisionLSto:RochambeauReportsthatthechiefofpolicewasbrutallyattackedbytwocitizens,LacouleandDuval,onthedayoftheGeneral'sarrival.Theyarenowinprison.AwhitehasbeenmurderedbyablackinthecommuneofCavaillon;theassassinhasnotbeenapprehended.TwoAmericanboatshaveenteredtheportwithpassengers.GeneralD'Arboishasbeenauthorizedtomakenecessaryrepairsonthestreetsof Jeremie. GeneralLaplumereportsthataschoonerfromJamaicahasenteredportforrepairs.2pp.fOeDESFOURNEAUX,EDMEETIENNE. General deDivisionALSto:[Rochambeau] TheBataillondelalIeColonial,notactuallyinhisdivision,mustreceiveitsprovisionsfromPortRepublicain.2pp.4.DESPALLIERE, MALSto:[Rochambeau] RecommendsM.VanduffelandM.Drouet,attorneysforM.TournuAuber, senateur, inhisactiontorecoverhishabitation.2pp.4.(addressleaf)JOUETTE, Adjudont auCommandantdelaPlaceALSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements.1p.4.(addressleaf)576.an10,14mes.BLOUCH, Officierde Port

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577-584CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS84577.578.579.580.581.582.583.584.1802,3JulyPortRepublicainan10,l4mes.1802,3JulyPortRepublicainan10,14 mesa1802,3JulyHabitationd'Heri-courtan10,14 mesa1802,3JulyPortRepublicainan10,15 mesa1802,4JulySt.Marcan10,16 mesa1802,5JulyPortRepublicainan10,16 mesa1802,5JulyPetit-Goavean10,16mes.1802,5JulyPortRepublicainan10,16 mesa1802,5JulySt.MarcALSto:Duchet,Capitaine general de la Colonie.Requestsconfirmationofappointment.2pp.4.(addressleaf)DAURE,HECTOR.Commissaireordonnateurenchef1Sto:Rochambeau Arequesttodelaytheoccupationofthepresentpostofficebuilding,orderedbyRo chambeau, untilthebuildingcanbereplaced.1p.fa.FRESSINET, PHILIBERT. General ALSto:[Rochambeau]RequestsnewsoftheGeneral;especiallywantstoknowifheisenjoyinghimselfasmuchasinItaly.1p.4.JOUETTE,Adjudantau Corrunondo:rzt de laPlace LSto:RochambeauReportsanaccidentalfireatFortRobin.1p.4.(addressleaf)JAUME,Chefde Brigade.,Commo:rzdant de la 3 e Legion de la GendarmerieALSto:RochambeauReportstheactionsandthesituationofhislegion.2pp.4.DAURE,HECTOR.CommissaireordonnateurenchefLSto:RochambeauComplainsoflackoffundsandtheinabilityoftheregimentbanktomakeordinarypayments.1p.fOeDELPECH,ChefdeBataillonALSto: Rochambeau ReportsonthecommuneofSt.Michel.300farmersweresenttotheirrespectivehomes.Noblet,formeradministratorofthecommune, wasbroughthereasprisoner.Is ffivaiting orders.1p.4.LAVALETTE,JChefde Brigade., Commondant de laPlac;e1Sto:RochambeauReportsnothingnew.1p.4.MARGERET,Chefdu ler BataillonInfan-terieALSto:RochambeauJustifieshisconductregardingthemunlClpalityofSt.Narc.Theinhabitantsherecomplainabouthisauthority;thecivilpowersdonotsupportthemilitaryauthority.4pp.4.

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85CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS585-593a585.an 10, 17mes. 1802, 6JulySt.Domingue586.an 10, 17mes. 1802, 6JulyPortRepublicain587.an 10, 17mes.1802,6JulySt.Marc588.an10,17mes. 1802, 6JulyLeogane589.an10,18mes.1802,7JulyMirebalais590.an10,18mes.1802,7JulyPortRepublicain591.an10,18mes.1802,7JulyPortRepublicain592.an10,18mes.1802,7JulyPortRepublicain593.an10,19mes. 1802, 8JulyPortRepublicainKERVERSAU, General deBrigadeLSto:LeclercRecommendsforapositioninthe service desportseitherM.LacroixorMarinelieutenantTrobrian.2pp.fOeLAVALETTE,JChefde Brigade" Commandant dela PlaceLSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements.1p.4.(addressleaf)MARTIAL-BESSE, General deBrigadeLSto:RochambeauReportsprogressingeneraldisarmamentandinreorganizationoftroops.1p.fOePOYER,GUSTAVE.ChefdeBataillon"Commandant de laPlace ALSto:RochambeauAnnouncestherebellionofsevennegroesandtheirimmediateexecution.1p.4.BARRERE,Commandant rrrilitaire deLas CahobasLSto:RochambeauComplainsbitterlyabouttheconductofGeneralBelairandhisfriends.Requeststhatactionbetakenagainstthem.1p.fOeLAVALETTE,JChefde Brigade" Commandant de laPlaceLSto:RochambeauReportshehadaccomplishedordersforthearrestofCitizenSalmonbutthathehasnowescaped.1p.4.(addressleaf)Seealsono. 603. LSto:RochambeauReportstheexecutionofthreerebelsoldiers.1p.4.(addressleaf)LOVIN, Capitainerapporteur pourlaCommission rrrilitaire ALSto:RochambeauReferstosomeactionswhichmustbetakenagainstCitizenErquart.1p.4.BONNET,ChefdeBrigadeLSto:RochambeauRequeststhathebeappointedascommandantofoneofthenewbattalions.Givesadetailedcurriculumofhislife.2pp.fOe593a.an10,19 mes.DUMONT,Adjudantcommandant" Commandant

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594-602CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS86Chefde Cormnandant 1802,8JulyLe Cap 594.an10,19mes.1802,8JulyPort-au-Prince595.an10,19mes.1802,8July[Le Cap 596.an10,19mes.1802,8JulyAquin597.an10,20mes.1802,9JulyPortRepublicain598.an10,20mes.1802,9JulyPortRepublicain599.an10,20mes.1802,9JulyPortRepublicain600.an10,20mes.1802,9JulyPortRepublicain d'Armes ALSto: IdO"flGeneral [Rochambeau]AnnounceshisarrivalincolonyandhisdesiretoserveundertheGeneral.2pp.4.LAVALETTE,JChefde COmrTiOYldo:at dela PlaceLSto: Rocharnbeau Reportstroopmovements.1p.4.(addressleaf)[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefAD.OrdinanceallowingforpaymentofninefrancseveryMondaytoeachmanonaship,forpurchaseoffreshvegetables.2pp.fOeNERETTE,.ChefdeBrigade CormnO:/ldant dela4eLegionde GendarmerieLSto:RochambeauLetterofcharacterreferencerequestingpromotionforCaptainHardouine.2pp.4.DAURE,HECTOR.Commissaire ordonnateur enchefLSto:Rochambeau ArequesttodischargefromprisonCaptainLafond, garde magasinaccusedofminornegligence.1p.fo.Seealsono.604.LAVALETTE,Jdela Place LSto:RochambeauForwardsletterfromtheCommandant de la Bade.1p.fa.Enc.:letterfromVatel:seeno.603.LSto:RochambeauReportsarrestofplotters;plansforfutureoperationstoensurecontinuedtranquillity.1p.4.LSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements.1p.4.601.602.an10,20mes.1802,9JulyCroix-des-Bouquetsan10,20mes.1802,9JulyLesVerrettes[LEFEVRE,J.ChefdeBrigadeLto:RochambeauHehasgivencommandofthedistricttoCitizenD'Authuille.2pp.4.REPUSSARD,FAUSTIN.Commandant de laGarde nationaleALSto:RochambeauDescribestheconditionsinhisparoisseandasksforfavorableconsideration.2pp.fa.

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87CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERSEnc.:lettertoGeneralLavalette603-610603.an10,20mes.1802,9JulyPortRepub1icainVATEL,ALSto:1etteJ.shipsinmon,but(enc.ofSee also Commandantde la Bade le Commandantde laPlace [LavaReportsthathehasvisitedalltheportinordertoarrestCitizenSa1hasnotfoundhim.1p.4.no.598)no. 590.604.605.606. 607.608.609.610.an10,21mes.1802,10JulyQuartier general an10,21mes.1802,10JulyPort-au-Princean10,22mes.1802,11JulyLesCayesan10,22mes.1802,11JulyPort-au-Princean10,22mes.1802,11JulyLe Cap an10,22mes.1802,11JulyLe Cap an10,22mes.1802,11JulySt.MarcBERTRAND,Commissaire des Guerres ALSto:Rochambeau Arequesttoreinstateinhisposition Garde magasin[Lafond],accusedofnothavingdeliveredthebiscuitstotheEtat major. 1p.fOeSee also no. 597.LAVALETTE,JChefde Brigade"Corronandant de laPlaceLSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements;thedeathof Capi tainede Fregate Govin.1p.fOeBERGER,LOUISMARIE.Commandantde laPlace D(addressedtoRochambeau).TellshowhecopedwiththedangerthreateningRochambeau'shouseinthemovementof22messidor,an10.2pp.fOe(copyauthenticatedbyDesbureaux;enc.ofno.624)LAVALETTE,JChefde Brigade" Commandantde laPlaceLSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements.1p.4.[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General en chef AD(draft).Decreecomplementingthatof9f10rea1,an9,regardingnavydeserters:theforfeitanyshipcaptainmustpayfortakingonboardadeserter,andthepenaltythelatterwillsuffer.2pp.fOe---'D(draft).DecreeontonnagedueswhichmustbepaidbyshipsleavingtheportofSt.Dominguebecauseofthedeterioratingstateoftheport.Thismoneywillgoforrepairs.3pp.fOeMARTIAL-BESSE, General de Brigade ALSto:Rochambeau AnnounceshispreparationtoreporttoLeCap,inaccordancewithorders.Acknowledgesletteradvisinghimofmeasurestakentosatisfytheneedsofhisdivision.Pleadsfor

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611-615CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS88611.[an10],22mes.[1802],11JulySt.Marc612.an10,23 mesa1802,12JulyLesCayes613.an10,23 mesa1802,12JulyLesCayes614.an10,23 mesa1802,12JulyLesCayes615.an10,23 mesa1802,12JulyLes Cayesaidtothemilitaryhospital.Reportsthatdisarmamentiscomplete.2pp.fa.NERAUD,GILBERT.Chefd 'EscadronJcommO:ildo:ntLa3eLegion de Gendarmerie LSto:RochambeauEnclosesabriefnotewherearedescribedthepositionsoffivecompanies.Heisleavingfora while, andallordershavebeengiven.Ip.fOeEne.:table \vith companypositionsdetailedDESBUREAUX,CHARLESFRANCOIS. General deDivisionLSto: Rocharnbeau AcknowledgmentoftheGeneral'sletterof18messidorannouncingtheplannedarrivalofGeneralLalance.CitizenD'AngladeisauthorizedtomovehisfarmhandsfromhispropertyatLaGrandeCollinetoasugarfactoryatL'Anse-a-Veau.2pp.4.L5to:Rochambeau AcknowledgmentoftheGeneral'sletterof22messidor.Giveshisfutureitinerary:5thermidorat Jeremie: hewillincorporateabattalionofthelerDemi-brigadecolonialetothegOedeLigne;3thermidor:theBataillondelaLoirewillleaveLes CayesforJacmel;24messidor:thelerBataillondelalIeBrigadecolonialewillleaveLesCayesforPortRepublicain(arrivaldate,28mes.);the3 eBataillondelalIe \vill leaveforLe Cap; 5thermidor:thel2eColonialewillleaveforLaCroix-des-Bouquets.Consequently,theDepartementduSud, \vith theexceptionof Jeremie, remainswithoutcolonialorEuropeantroops.2pp.fOeL8to:RochambeauAcknowledgestheGeneral'sorderstoreorganizetheLegiondelaLoireandthe Legion du Cap;willtrytoaccomplishthisquickly.2pp.40.LSto:RochambeauAdjudantcommandantD'ArboishasreportedsomealarmingmovementsatCorail, \vhich resultedinthearrestofseveral \\1ell-kno\'wTI1 individuals.2pp.4.

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Generalae Divi-89616.an10,23mes.1802,12JulyLesCayesCALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERSDESBUREAUX,CHARLESFRANCOIS.sionLSto:Rochambeau TheorderconcerningChef de varrewascarriedout.Thisthe20messidorforLe Cap.Seealsono.561.616-623BataillonNaofficerleft1p.4.Chefde Brigade., Commandant617. 618. 619. 620. 621.622.623.an10,23mes.1802,12JulyLesCayesan10,23mes.1802,12JulyLesCayesan10,23mes.1802,12JulyLesCayesan10,23mes.1802,12JulyPort-au-Princean10,23mes.1802,12JulyLe Cap [an10,23mes.?][1802,12July?][LeCap an10,23mes.1802,12JulyLe Cap LSto:RochambeauReportsfireatCavai110n;theGrandiersettlementhasbeencompletelyburned.2pp.4.LSto:RochambeauReportsthathehassentthenoticeofthe General encheftoCommandantD'Arbois.1p.4.LSto:RochambeauReportsthathisadjudantcommandant,Cravei,Chefd'Etat major, isdeadandhasnotbeenreplaced. Aide-de-camp NavarreisatLeCap.CaptainFolly,Adjudant a l'Etatmajor,diedthe21messidor.Anotherissick.Heisleftwithonlyoneofficer,withwhomhewillcontinuehisworkashishealthpermits.2pp.40.Seealsono.561.LAVALETTE,Jde laPlace LSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements;fourrebels 1p.4.[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefAD(draft).DecreeestablishingaplaceofanchorageforforeignshipsandanotherforFrenchships.2pp.fOeLECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL. General enchefADS.Ordinancefortheservicedesportsinthecolonies:thisoperationistobeperformedbytheofficersofthe Marine ofcertainranks;theselatterarelisted,withtheirresponsibilitiesandsalary.4pp.fa.[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefAD.OrdinanceconcerningArticleIIoftheordinanceof2messidor,accordingtowhichforeignmerchants,inordertoreceivedeliveryofmerchandisefromaship,musthaveafixedaddress.1p.fOe

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624-631CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS90624.an10,23 mes.1802,12JulyLes Cayes625.an10,23 mes.1802,12JulyPortRepub1icain626.an10,24mes.1802,13JulyLes Cayes627.an10,24mes.1802,13JulyPort-au-Prince628.an10,24mes.1802,13JulyLeCap 629.an10,24mes.1802,13JulyLeCap 629a.an10,25mes.1802,14JulyLesAbricotsMADIER,BAPTISTE.CapitaineD(copy).Instructionstobefollowedwithregardtothetrialagainsttheaccused:Toussaint;J.B.Lapaquerie;Buchiot;Jacob;J.Rousseau,carpenter;Commencement,fisherman;Arne,meatseller;J.Marion;Toussaint(a ClaudeChatain,notary;Ma1broue,fisherman;Lazar,fisherman;Adonis;and AzorJanjaque,accusedofconspiring.4pp.fOeEnc.:reportfromBerger;secondreportbyMadier:seenos. 648. Seealsono. 653. SAINT-MARTIN,ChefdeBrigaded'Artillerie LSto:RochambeauRequestssupportinprotestingtotheCommissairedes Guerres aboutthepoorqualityofbouillondistributedtotheHopita1desInvalides.1p.fa.ALLOUIS, Payeur duDepartementduSudALSto:Rochambeau Roughestimateofbalanceinhand.1p.4.LAVALETTE,JChefde Commandantdela PlaceLSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements.1p.4.(addressleaf)[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. GeneraZ en chef AD(draft).DecreefortheappointmentofLequoyas Prefetcolonial. 1p.fa. AD(draft).Ordinancefortheadministrationofthecity,placingitunderthe Prefetcolonial andthe des DomainesetRevenues coloniales, establishingtheirresponsibilities.3pp.fa.DS.Acertification,signedbythenotabZesofthecounty,thatthecitizenChristianMi1tenBergerwas asurgeonatLesAbricots.3pp.4.630.an10,25mes.1802,14JulyCroixdes Bouquets DAUTHILLE,CapitainecommandantleDepartementLSto:Rochambeau AnnouncesthedeathofGeneralLefevre.1p.4.631.an10,25mes.1802,14JulyGERARD,ALSto:Rochambeau

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91CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS632-639632.633.634.635.636.637. 638.639.Plaine a Jacob[an10,25 mes. ][1802,14July][n.p.]an10,25mes.1802,14JulyPort-au-Princean10,25mes.1802,14JulyLeCap an10,25mes.1802,14JulyLe Cap an10,25 mes.1802,14JulyLe Cap an10,25mes.1802,14JulySt.Marcan10,25mes.1802,14JulyAquinan10,25 mes.1802,14JulyAquinHehasnotsentthe"Observations"becausehedidnotthinktheywereinagreementwithideasdevelopedbythegovernment.1p.4.(enc.ofno.640)[GERARD,J.AD.Observations sur diverspointsd'administrationetd'economie:everythingshouldbechanged:justice,taxes,importsandexports,farming,theGendarmerie,etc.11pp.fa.(enc.ofno.640)Seealsono. 492.LAVALETTE,JChefde Brigade" Commandantde laPlaceLSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements.1p.fOe(addressleaf)[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUELJ. General en chef AD.Concerningthecommission deJusticeandtheappointmentsitisresponsiblefor.1p.fOeLECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL. General enchefADS.DecreeappointingCitizenIdlingerasAdministrateurdes Domainesetrevenuesnationales.1p.fOeEnc.:letterfromLequoitoLeclerc:seeno.569a.[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefAD(draft).Decreeconcerningthemethodsofapplicationforthepreviousdecree,authorizingawarcontribution:onemethodwouldbeataxontheproductsofthesoil;anotherataxonproductsofexportation.3pp.fOeMARTIAL-BESSE, General de Brigade ALSto:RochambeauExpressesconcernfortheGeneral'shealth,andinformshimofhisintentiontoleaveforLeCapthefollowingmorning.ReportsarrestofCitizenCabaI,'CapitainedePort,andcitesthecausesforit.2pp.fOeNERETTE,Chef de Brigade" commandant la 4e Legion de Gendarmerie LSto:Rochambeau RecommendsforapositionintheGendarmerieayoungmannamedCostera.1p.4.LSto:RochambeauHighlyrecommends ayoungman,Captain Dexea, forthepositionofCapitainede la

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640-648CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS Gendarmerie. 1p.4.92640.641.642. 643. 644.645.646. 647. 648.an10,25mes.1802, 14JulyLes Cayesan10,25 mes.1802,14JulyMirebalaisan10,26mes.1802,15July[Petit-Goave]an10,26mes.1802,15JulyPort-au-Princean10,26 mes.1802,15JulyLeCap an10,26mes.1802,15JulyLe Cap an10,26mes.1802,15JulyJacmelan10,26 mes.1802,15July[n.p.]an10,26 mes.1802,15JulyLesCayes PELLISSIERE, L.ALSto:[RochambeauJExtendsawelcome.Sendsthe"Observations11byGerard.DescribessituationinLesCayes;heiseagertoseetheGendarmerieorganized.3pp.4.Enc.:letterfromGerardtoRochambeauaccompaniedbysixsheetsof"Observations":seenos. 632.RUBY,J B.Capitainede Gendarmerie LS to:Rochambeau Requestsordersfortransfer,sincethereisaconflictofpowerbetweenCaptainDavidandhimself.1p.fOeDELPECH,Chefde commadant l'ArrondissementALSto:RochambeauSuppliesinformationonthesaleanddepositofhorses, co\vs andsheep.2pp.40.LAVALETTE,JChefde Comrna-./ldant dela PlaceLSto:RochambeauReportsnochangeinthesituation.1p.4 .[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefAD(draft).DecreereducingtaxesanddischargingCaptainLabatetforreasonsofundignifiedbehavior.2pp.fOe---'AD(draft).ExpressionofsatisfactionintheactionofdisarmamenttakenbyGeneralsDessalines,Christophe,BoyerandMorpas.1p.fOeLEROY,PPayeur general dela Guerre LS AssurancethathewilltransferthemoneyfromtheCaisseheretothatofPortRepublicain,whereit \vill beinVolant'sjurisdiction.1p.fo.LASTOURS,ADS.Areportofhisinspectionofseveralplantationsintheislands,andhowGeneralBelairhasarmedthem.1p.fOeMADIER,BAPTISTE.CapitaineD(copy).InstructionstobefollowedwithrespecttothecomplaintmadeagainstIsac,

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93CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS648a-654648a.an10,27mes.1802,16JulySt.MarcPierrotMaximien,Cupidon,Pourvine.4pp.fOe(enc.ofno.611)DESSALINES,JEANJACQUES. General deDivisionLSto:Rochambeau AsksforleaveofabsenceforGeneralBelairwhoneedstogotoLe Capforfamilyaffairs.ThedeathofMargeretleavesanemptypost.1p.4.649.650.651.652.653.an10,27mes.1802,16JulyLeCap Franc;ais an10,27 mes.1802,16JulyLe Cap [Franc;ais] an10,28mes.1802,17JulyLeCap Franc;ais an10,28mes.1802,17JulyLesCayesan10,28mes.1802,17JulyLesCayes[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General en chef AD(draft).DecreeconcerningCitizenDeschamps:specialprovisionofbeefforhimandhistroops.1p.fa.---'D.Onthepaymentthatthe hommesde loi andthehuissiersmustmaketothetreasury.1p.fa.See also no. 683.DAURE,HECTOR.Commisaireordonnateuren chef de l'Armee Lto:RochambeauReferstothesaleofsergewhichwassuggestedbytheGeneral.1p.fa.(signedbyDutrauxforDaure)DESBUREAUX,CHARLESFRANCOIS. General deDivisionLSto:RochambeauReportsonmeasurestobetakentoassurethearrivalofreorganizedcolonialtroopsattheirnewposts.AnorderwillbepublishedintheDepartementduSudthatprohibitsanyonefromacceptingasoldierinhishomeunlesshepossessesapermit.Thismeasureisnecessarysincemanynon-dischargedsoldiershavedesertedwiththeirguns.3 pp4.LSto:RochambeauReportsthatleadersofaproposedinsurrectionandburningofLesCayes(Toussaint,Lazare,Malbrouk,andAzorNanjac)wereshotandtheiraccomplicescondemnedtohardlabor.2pp.fOeSee also no. 624.Chefde Commandant654.an10,28 mes.1802,17JulyPort-au-PrinceLAVALETTE,Jde laPlac;e LSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements.dressleaf)1p.fOe(ad-

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655-663CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS94an10,28mes.1802,17JulyHabitationDuval10n655.656.657.658. 659.an10,28mes.1802,17JulyLe Cap an10,28 mes.1802,17JulyLe Cap an10,28mes.1802,17JulyLe Cap an10,29mes.1802,18July[n.p.][LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefD(draft).AppointsCitizenAbotfortheofficeofVicaireapostoliqueinSt.Domingue.1p.fa.---'D(draft).Ordinanceconcerningtheproper-tiesofthose l;vho -havenot fo1lo\ved therebe1s:theyaretobereturnedtothe Ol;mers. 1p.fOeMERCK,.Adjudant corronandant LSto:[Rocharnbeau]Awaitsorders,havingbeentransferredtoRochambeau'scommandafterthereorganizationofBrunet'sdivisionbyLeclerc.1p.fOePAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General deBrigadeALSto:RochambeauReiterateshisrequesttoberecommendedtoGeneralLeclercfortransfertooneofRochambeau'sdivisions.2pp.fOeCAFFARELLI,JOSEPH. l.nnistre de 11anne L(copy)to:leConseiller Prefetmaritimea Brest.Announcesthathe \olill writealettertotheFirstConsulaskingforAmiralBouvet'sresignation.AlsohewillaskforthedismissalofCaptainLebossee3pp.fOe660.an10,29mes.1802,18July Jeremie 661.an10,29mes.1802,18JulyPort-au-Prince662.an10,29mes.1802,18JulyPort-au-Prince663.an10,29mes.1802,18JulyLe Cap LAROQUE,Payeur particulier del 'Arrondissementde Jeremie LSto:RochambeauReportsthatCitizenVolantisinchargeofthetransferoffundsfortheDepartementduSud.1p.4.LAVALETTE,JChefde Comma:adant dela Plac;eLSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements.Asordered,hehasdisarmedtheGardenationale;thearmshavebeenstored.1p.4.(addressleaf)L8to:RochambeauReportstroopmovements.1p.4.(addressleaf)[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefAD(draft). du jour: thePayeur general willhavetheamountof80,000francsreadytopaytheofficersofthecolony;40,000francsforLeCapandtheNorthern

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95CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS664-664.665.666.667.668.669.670.an10,29mes.1802,18JulyLeCap an10,30mes.1802,19JulyLe Fosse Limonadean10,30mes.1802,19JulyLesCayesan10,30mes.1802,19JulySantoDomingo14an10,30 mes.1802,19JulyLeCap an10,30mes.1802,19JulyLeCap an10,30mes.1802,19July[LeCap Part;26,000forPort Repub1icain andtheWesternPart;and14,000fortherest.Alsothe Payeur willhavereadyfortheCorrrmis saipe 100,000francsforfoodandsupp1ies.o1p.fOe[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. Genepal enchefAD(draft).Ordinanceforcitizenswhowanttoleavethecountry:obligatorypassportandnoticeintheGazette officieZle; actionstobetakenincasesofurgency.3pp.fOeDAUX,PIERRE.Lieutenantde ZaGendarmene ALSto:RochambeauRegretsthatbureaucraticreasonswilldelayhisarrivalattheGeneral'soffice.1p.4.DESBUREAUX,CHARLESFRANCOIS. Genepal deDivisionLSto:Rochambeau AwarshipwillcarryfundstobedepositedattheCaisseofPortRepublicain;willalsotakearmsforthearsenalofthatcity.ReportsthedeathofLefevre,ChefdeBataiZZonde laLoipe. ManyofthemenofthatbattalionaresickfromthetiringjourneytoLesCayes.Desbureauxwillbeat Jeremie the6thermidorandatJacme1 onthe11.2pp.4.DESFOURNEAUX,EDMEETIENNE. GenepaZ deDivi commandant Za ci-devant Partie espagnoZALSto:[RochambeauJSeveralinhabitantsofMirebalaishaverequestedpermissiontoestablishthemselvesintheSpanishsector.Asksforanopinion.1p.4.[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. GenepaZ enchefAD(draft).DecreeconfiscatingtheshipandcargofoundinthedockofLesTroyes;thecargoistobesold.3pp.fOeAD.DecreeestablishingtherulesforpreservationofthepropertiesoftheChurch,mortgagedintheSpanishpartofSt.Domingue,thelatterhavingbecomeFrenchbythetreatyofBas1e.4pp.fOeAD.Decreelimitingappointmentsinthe Genie maPitime, inthe Administpation, andin Sante. 1p.fOe

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671-678CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS96671.an10,30mes.1802,19JulyLe Mole 671a.an10,30mes.1802,19JulyA bord dela fre gate"L'Embuscade"672.an10,1therm.1802,20JulyPort-au-Prince673.an10,1therm.1802,20JulyLe Cap 674.an10,1therm.1802,20JulyLeCap 675.an10,2therm.1802,21JulyLes Cayes676.an10,2therm.1802,21JulyPort-au-Prince677.an10,3therm.1802,22JulyPortduCap SERE,SEIGNAN,FRADIN[andothers].DS.Signeddeclarationbytheappointedinvestigatingcommission,establishingthedamagesufferedbytheSpanishship, Nuestra SenoradelCarmen.1p.fOeSeealsonos. 764.D.TestimonymadebythecaptainoftheshipEl Carmen (Nuestra Senora del Carmen) statingthattheshipwas onitswaytoPortoRico \vhen damaged,andhadtoanchoratLesCayes.Thelistofmerchandisecarriedascargoisincluded.1p.fOe(signedalsowithacrossbythecaptainofEl Car men;document damaged)Seealsonos. 764.LAVALETTE,JChefde CommanaO"/ltdE la PlaceLSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements.1p.4.(addressleaf)[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefAD.DecreeappointingCitizenCharlesEtiennePierre Hautrie as Secretairegeneral dela Prefecture ofSt.Domingue. 1p.fOe---'AD(draft). Grdre du jour: regulatingthesaleoftheshipL'Amitieanditscargo.3pp.fOeBERGER,LOUISMARIE.Chefde dantd' Armes LSto:Rochambeau AsksfornewsoftheGeneral'shealth;sendsbestwishes.1p.fOeLAVALETTE,JChefde Commandantdela PlaceLSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements.1p.4.(addressleaf)CLEMENT,CapitainedeVaisseauALSto: General enchef[Leclerc]Issendinghimareportofthecommissionontheanchorageofforeignships.1p.fOe(enc.ofno.1070)Ene.:report678.[an10?J,3therm.FARROUIL,J[1802?J,22JulyALSto:Rochambeau Jeremie RequeststhatenclosedletterbedeliveredtohisfriendDeJuly.1p.4.

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97CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERSEnc.:lacking679-686Chefde Commandant679. 680. 681.682.683.684.685. 686.an10,3therm.1802,22JulyAborddela fre gate"La Repu blique"an10,3therm.1802,22JulyPort-au-Princean10,3therm.1802,22July[Le Cap an10,3therm.1802,22July[Le Cap an 10, 3therm.1802,22July[Le Cap an10,3therm.1802,22July[Le Cap an10,3therm.1802,22July[LeCap an10,3therm.1802,22July[LeCap FRADIN,Capitainede Fregate L(copy)to:Latouche-Treville, General Announcesthecapture,the30messidor,oftheSpanishshipElCarmen(NuestraSenoradelCarmen)whichwasheadedforPortoRico;thecargoislisted;theship'scaptainhasaskedhimtotaketheRepubliqueGeneralDesbureaux,whowasrequestingtobetakento Jeremie. Herefusedbecausehismissionisnotyetaccomplished.Observesthatillegalcommerceistakingplace.2pp.fOe(incompletecopy)Seealsonos. 764.LAVALETTE,Jde laPlace LSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements;theftofhospitalsupplies.1p.4.(addressleaf)[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefAD(draft).Decreeappointingacommissiontodealwiththeclaimsofformerpropertyowners.1p.4.---'AD(draft).Decreeappointingthemembersofthe Tribunal de Premiere InstanceestablishedatLe CapandFortLibertebythedecreeof27messidor.2pp.fOe---'AD(draft).Decreeestablishingtheannualcontributionwhichistobepaidtothetreasurybythe Defenseurspres des Tribu notairesandthehuissiersatLeCapandPort-au-Prince.2pp.fOeSee also no.650.D.Decreeestablishingtheorganizationofthe Tribunal d'Appelandthejudicialbody,andgivingtoCitizenMinutytheresponsibilityforthisorganizingaction.2pp.fa.AD.DecreeestablishingtheresponsibilitiesoftheCommission desSuccessionsandtheprocedureforappointinganofficerfortheexistingvacancy.2pp.fOe---'AD(draft).RegulationsfortheCommissaire civile anditsfunctions,inadocumentof

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687-693CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERSthreesectionsandthirty-onearticles.8pp.fOe98687.an10,3therm.NETHERHOOD,Chefde Aide-de-1802,22July Camp du General enchefLeclercHabitationD'EslaingLSto:RochambeauExpresseshiswishtoseetheGeneralwithinsixweeks.2pp.4.688.an10,3therm.1802,22JulyPort Repub 1icain689.an10,4therm.1802,23JulySt.Marc690.an10,4therm.1802,23JulyPortRepublicain690a.an10,4therm.1802,23JulyPortRepub1icain691.an10,4therm.1802,23JulyPort-au-Prince692.an10,4therm.1802,23JulyLesVerrettes693.an10,5therm.1802,24July Jeremie RENE,ColonelLSto:RochambeauHehasbeenimprisonedwithoutknowingthecauses.Theonlythinghehasdoneistorefusetogiveahorsetoanofficer(becausehedidnothaveone);heofferedhiminsteadamule.Hedoesnotbelievethisisacrime;asksforjustice.2pp.fa.(addressleaf;enc.ofno.712) BAZELAIS,Chefd'Etat major de Zarr:DessalinesALSto:RochambeauIs fonvardingttventy-eight gunssenttothembyGeneralBelair.Inmarginalnote,saysthatDessalinesisstillsick.1p.4.JAUVIN, J L.Chef Sousprefet colonialdu Departement del'OuestL8to:Rochambeau AskshisauthorizationforanoperationdealingwiththecargooftheboatLa Nourrice. 1p.4.Enc.:threelettersconcerningtheshipmentofcargoonLa Nourrice L8to:RochambeauRequestsadelayinmakingpubliccertainappointments.1p.4.PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde COrTimOYldant de la PlaceLSto:RochambeauNochangesreported.Ip.4.REPUSSARD,FAUSTIN.Corrmandantde ZaGarde nationaleALSto:RochambeauTellswhathasbeendone to\vards armingtheGardenationa1e,andmeasurestakentoavoidthecontinualarrivalofundesirablepersons.2pp.fOeDESBUREAUX,CHARLESFRANCOIS. GeneraZ deDivisionLSto:Rochambeau

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99CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS694-702694.695. 696.697.698.699.700.701.an10,5therm.1802,24JulyLesCayesan10,5therm.1802,24JulyPort-au-Princean10,5therm.1802,24JulyLe Cap an10,5therm.1802,24JulyLe Cap an10,5therm.1802,24JulyMirebalaisan10,6therm.1802,25JulyLesVerrettesan10,6therm.1802,25JulyLeCap an10,6therm.1802,25JulyPort-au-PrinceAnnounceshisarrivalat Jeremie. ExpressesregretuponhearingofRochambeau'sillness;hopesforhisrecovery.ReportstheabsenceofGeneralLalame,Inspecteuraux Revuesat Jeremie. Allispeacefulinthisquarter.2pp.4.HARANEDER,LALSto:LeclercRelateshowsomemerchandisewasdetained,harmingcommerce. 2pp.4.(noteinLeclerc'shandwriting)Ene.:listofthemerchandiseJAUVIN, JL.Chefde Sous-prefetcolonialdu Departement del'OuestRequestslodgingfortheGendarmerieandtroopssenttoMirebalais.4pp.4.[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefAD(draft).Decreeconcerningthe curateurs auxsuccessionsvacantesandhowthevacanciesshouldbefilled.2pp.fOe---'AD(draft).OrdinanceforthePayeur general tohavefundsreadyforthepaymentoftheofficers.1p.fOeTROY,DAVID.Capitainede la3e Legion de laGendarmerie LSto:RochambeauReportshisactionsafterhisarrivalatthePlace:foundconditionsinthisareaveryunsatisfactory.Awaitsorders.1p.fOeAUSSENAC,FCapitainede laGendarmerie ALSto:RochambeauReportsanunsuccessfulattempttoambushtherebels.1p.fOe[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefAD(draft).DecreereturningtoM.WilliamFadou & cie,andtoM.JohnWilliams,thesumof22,331gourdesthatweretakenfromthehouseofJonathanF.LowanddepositedintheshipWatiquiduringthefireatLe Cap. 1p.fa.PANISSE, PIERRE.-Chefde Commandantde laPlace LSto:RochambeauReportsnochange.1p.4.702.an10,7therm.FORFAIT,PIERREALEXANDRELAURENT.Ministre

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703-7101802,26JulyParis(France)CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERSdela lvJarine etdesColoniesL(copy)to: LacrosseRecommendsCitizenBouchet, ae Vaisseau.1p.4.(ene.ofno.2190)100703.704.705.706.707.an10,7thermo1802,26JulyPortRepub1icainan10,7 thermo1802,26July Jeremie an10,7thermo1802,26JulyPortRepublicainan10,7 thermo1802,26JulyPortRepublicainan10,7thermo1802,26JulyCroix-des-BouquetsLAMARTINIERE,Chefde commandantla 3e etDemi-brigadeADS.Notereportingthatthecompaniesofthelerand2eBrigadehavetakenpossessionofthearrondissementofSt.Domingue.1p.19x14.5em.LECLERC,[PAUL?].Commissaire des Guerres ALSto: General DesbureauxConcerningtheresignationofCitizenBrosardas Directeur de l'Hopital of Jeremie. 2pp.4.(enc.ofno.711)MONTASQUIEU,LACROYE.Capitainede BAUDOUIN,Capitainde Fregate; SOMANOS, Directeur des DouanesLSto:le General en Capitaine get'2e'y':;,Z delaColonie[Leclerc].Suggestsomechangesinthecustoms lmvs, andtheestablishmentofa neH customshouse.2pp.fOePANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Commandant delaPlaceLSto:RochambeauReports troop movements.1p.4.PICHOT, GV.Chefdel'Etat major dela1ge Legere LSto:RochambeauReportsthattheGeneral'sorders \vill becarriedoutassoonaspossible.1p.4.708.an10,8 thermo1802,27JulySt.Marc709.an10,8 thermo1802,27JulyLeogane710.an10,8thermo1802,27July Jeremie BAZELAIS,ChefdeZ'Etat major de Zo DivisionDessalinesL8to:RochambeauReportsactionmadebyGeneralDessalinesregardingCaptainBaillot.Askstobeinformedabouthisnextassignment.2pp.4.BOYER,Chefde laPlacede Leogae ALSto:RochambeauAsaccordingtoorders,heissendingunderescortPhilippeCezas,thebrothersBidou,CharlesLeferonnaisandM.Jauvin.1p.4.DESBUREAUX,CHARLESFRANCOIS. General de sionLSto:RochambeauAlthoughpeace seems toreignin Jeremie, thereexistsalargenumberoftrouble-makers

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101CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS711-718711.an10,8therm.1802,27July Jeremie 712.an10,8therm.1802,27JulyPortRepublicain713.an10,8therm.1802,27JulyPort Repub 1icain714.an10,8therm.1802,27JulyLesCayes715.an10,9therm.1802,28JulyBasse-Terre716.an10,9therm.1802,28JulyLe Cap 717.an10,9therm.1802,28JulyPort Repub licain718.an10,9,therm.1802,28JulyPortRepub1icainwhoneedtobesubduedbyvigorousmeasures.Theconspiratorswhokilledwhitesandburnedpropertyhavebeenexecutedanda numberofsuspectshavebeensenttoLesCayesforexamination.PraisesGeneralsLaplumeandD'Arbois.2pp.fOeDESBUREAUX,CHARLESFRANCOIS. General deDivisionLS.Sendsa copyoftheletterhereceivedfromtheCommissaire des Guerres [P.Leclerc]andacopyofhisownanswer.1p.fOeEne.:seeno.704.PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Commandant de Za PlaceLSto:RochambeauForwardsletterfromCitizen Rene, imprisonedunjustly.Recommendshisrelease.2pp.4.Enc.:seeno.688.LSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements.2pp.4.(addressleaf)PELLISSIERE, L_ALSto:RochambeauRequeststheGeneral'sassistanceforM.ToussaintLucas,subcargueoftheSpanishschoonerNuestraSenoradel Carmen, whichhasbeenseized.3pp.4.(addressleaf)ARNOULD,[ANTOINE?].ChefdeBataiZlonLSto:RochambeauReportsheisgoingtotakepossessionofhispostatSt.Martin.GeneralVi11aretisexpectedtotakecommandofMartinique.3pp.fOe[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefAD(draft).Regulationsforthemovementofpersonswithinthecolony.6pp.fOeNERAUD,GILBERT.Chef commandant Za3 eLegion de Gendarmerie ALSto:RochambeauReferstotheorganizationandactionsofseveralmilitarycompanies.1p.4.NERETTE,Chefde Chefdela48 Legion deGendarmerieLSto:Rochambeau RecommendsthatapassportbegiventoCitizenPerdrieltogototheSpanishpartof

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719-725CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERStheisland. 1 p.fOe102719. 720.721.722. 723. 724.725.an10,9therm.1802,28JulyPortRepublicainan10,9therm.1802,28JulyCroix-des-Bouquetsan10,9therm.1802,28JulyCroix-des-Bouquetsan10,10therm.1802,29JulyPlymouthan10,10therm.1802,29July Jeremie an10,10therm.1802,29JulyJacmelan10,10therm.1802,29JulyPortRepublicainPANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde CommO:ildaYlt de laPlace LSto:RochambeauReportsthedeathofChefde Brigade Urbain.GeneralLavalettehasexecutedSerusaugai,leaderoftherebels.2pp.4.PICHOT, Gv.Chefdu ler Bataillonde la 1ge Legere LSto:Rochambeau Announcesthatthreerebelshavebeenarrestedaswasordered.1p.4.LSto:Lavalette, General ComplainsofbehaviorofDumortier,Ex-com mandantde la Place,and \vho isnottobeconsideredafriendofthegovernment.1p.4.BELLE-ANSE,ROSSIGNOL.Habitant a PlymouthALSto:Rochambeau AbouttheworktobedoneforcommunicationsbetweenLesCayes, Jeremie andCorailIsland.2pp.4.Enc.:precisesketchofmethodsandcostoftheworkDESBUREAUX,CHARLESFRANCOIS. General deDivisionLSto:RochambeauReportsthathehadboardedthefrigateL'Em buscadetogototheGrand Goaveandfromtherebylandto Jeremie butbecausehewastakenillenroute,hereturnedto Jeremie, whereheisnowreceivingnecessarycare.Thebattalionwhichhere-organized(the4eColonial)isnowcommandedbyChefde Bri gadeDommage.1p.fOeGERARD, Cormzandant de la PlaceLSto:RochambeauReferstohislastvisittoJacmel.Complainsofthedisorderhefoundthereandthelackoforganizationinthehospitals.2pp.40.LOVIN,Capitaine pres dela Commission miZitaireALSto:RochambeauRequestsfreedomforCitizensAquartandSavigny.2pp.4.Seealsono. ?25a.

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103CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS725a-733725a.an10,10therm.1802,29JulyPortRepublicain726.an10,10therm.1802,29JulyPortRepublicain727.an10,10therm.1802,29JulyPortRepublicain728.an10,10therm.1802,29JulyPortRepublicain729.an10,11therm.1802,30JulyPortRepublicain730.an10,11therm.1802,30JulyPort Repub licain731.an10,12therm.1802,31July Jeremie 732.an10,12therm.1802,31JulyLe Cap 733.an10,12therm.LOVIN,Capitainerapporteur pres de la CommissionmilitaireALSto: Adjudant commandantLaValetteRequestsordersconcerningprisonersAquartandSavigny.1p.4.See also no.725.NESME,Adjudant major commandant par interim la 36e72e BrigadeLSto:RochambeauExplainsthesituationofhisbattalionandrequestsallpossibleconsideration.2pp.4.P ANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Brigade:J Commandantde laPlace ALSto:RochambeauReportsexecutionofLavalette'sordertodisarmthe4e CompanydelaGardenationale.ChefdeBataillonL'Espinasserequeststheuseoftwentyoftheweaponsresultingfromthatdisarmament.2pp.4.(addressleaf)ALSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements;transferofprisoners.2pp.4.LSto:RochambeauThreemen,Dompte,Lefevre,andMoise,wereexecutedatnoonthepreviousday.1p.4.LSto:RochambeauRequestsashisadjudantsde place Dezilu,Capitainede la Legion de la Loire,andCouron,Capitainede la Legion expedition naire.1p.4.DESBUREAUX,CHARLESFRANCOIS. General deDivisionLSto:RochambeauReportstemporaryappointmentofGeneralD'Arbois'brotherasChefd'Etatmajor. Announcesthatheisonthewaytorecoveryfromhisillness,thankstotheexcellentcarehereceived.1p.fOe[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefADS(draft).DecreeformingatLeCap,PortLiberte,the Mole, PortRepublicainandLesCayesa companyofofficerswhichwillbeconsideredan elite force.3pp.fOePANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Brigade:J Commandant

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734-742CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS104734.735. 736. 737.738.739.740.741. 742.1802,31JulyPortRepublicainan10,12therm.1802,31JulyPortRepublicainan10,13therm.1802,1AugustSt.Marcan10,13therm.1802,1AugustPortRepub1icainan10,14therm.1802,2AugustLe Cap an10,14therm.1802,2AugustSt.Marcan10,14therm.1802,2AugustPortRepub1icainan10,14therm.1802,2AugustLe Cap an10,14therm.1802,2AugustLe Cap an10,14therm.1802,2AugustPlaisancedelaPlaceLSto:RochambeauReportsciviliandeparturesonLa Guerriere. 2pp.40 PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde CommandantdelaPlaceLSto:RochambeauReportsasquabblewithCaptainDuvaloverpossessionofahorse.2pp.4.Ene.:moredetailedreportBAZELAIS,Chefd'Etat major delaDiv&s&on DessalinesALSto:RochambeauReportson someexecutions.Peacereigns.1p.4.PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Corrmo:rzda:rzt delaPlaceLSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements.1p.4.ARTAU,ChefdeBrigadeLSto:RochambeauExpresseshisjoyuponlearningoftheGeneral'scompleterecovery.Complainsonlyaboutlackofcorrespondence.1p.4.BAILLOT,LSto:RochambeauAwaitsfinalordertoexecutethesixrebelsarrestedsincethenumberestablishedbythefirstorderwasfive.1p.4.CANRON,AdjudantdelaPlaceALSto:leCommandant delaPlace[Panisse]GivesanaccountoftheassassinationofLabate.1p.fa.(enc.ofno.744) JAUVIN, JL.Chefdel'Administration Sous-prefet colonialdu Departement del'QuestDS.ItemizedlistofthemerchandisefoundonboardtheSpanishshipLaFlora.3pp.fOe(enc.ofno.1221)LECLERC,VICTOR General enchefDS(draft).DecreeestablishinginSt.Dominguea andapayeur theirresponsibilitiesandthemeansoftransferringfunds.4pp.fOeMERCK,AdjudantcommandantLSto:RochambeauAnnouncesthathehasbeenassignedtemporary

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105CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS743-750a743.an10,14therm.1802,2AugustJacmel744.an10,14therm.1802,2AugustPortRepublicain745.an10,14therm.1802,2AugustPortRepublicain746.an10,14therm.1802,2AugustPlaisance747.an10,15therm.1802,3AugustPortRepublicain748.an10,15therm.1802,3AugustPortRepublicain749.an10,15therm.1802,3AugustLesCayes750.an10,15therm.1802,3AugustLeHavre750a.an10,16therm.1802,4AugustPortdePaixcommandofthearrondissementbyGeneralBrunet.Requestsorders.1p.fo.PAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General de BrigadeALSto:Rochambeau AnnounceshisarrivalatJacmelandhissatisfactionuponmeetingCommandantDieudon ne. 1p.fo.PANISSE, PIERRE.Chef Commandantde la PlaceLSto:RochambeauReportsontheassassinationofLabate,awhite,bytheblackSt.Onart.Awaitsorders.1p.4.Enc.:letterfromCanron:seeno.739.LSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements.1p.4.THOUVENOT,AdjudantcommandantLSto:ChefdeBrigadede la 13eColonialeGivesorderstomovethetroops.2pp.4.LALANCE,ColonelALSto:Rochambeau RecommendsM.Dauphinforthepositionofdouanier.1p.fo.PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Commandantde la PlaceLSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements.1p.4.PELLISSIERE, L.LSto:RochambeauExpressesconcernabouttheGeneral'shealth.Asksforhisinfluenceinobtainingthetwenty-eightgourdesowedhimbyGeneralSt.Martin.3pp.4.RONDON, Prefet maritimedu2e ArrondissementLSto:LeclercSendsthebillforallthesuppliescarriedtoSt.Domingue ontheshipLePrudent.IndicatesthatonthesameboatthereareseveralofficerstowhompackageshavebeengivenfordeliverytoRochambeau. 1p.fo.Ene.BENARD, Commissaipe des Gueppes ALSto:Rochambeau Hasarrivedwithhopesoffindingajob;needstheGeneral'shelp.1p.fo.(enc.

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751-159CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERSofno.890) 106751.752.753.an10,16therm.1802,4AugustLe Cap an10,16therm.1802,4AugustLe Cap an10,16therm.1802,4AugustPortRepublicain[LECLERC,VICTOR General enchefAD.DecreeappointingCitizenPierretasLieutenantdeJuge au Tribvnal de Prerrriere instance.1p.fo.---'AD(draft).DecreepunishingtherebelsofthecommunesneighboringPlaisanceandPortdePaix,byseizureoftheirproperties.2pp.fa.PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Commo:adOYlt delaPlaceLSto:RochambeauForwardsreportofCaptainSt.Girond, Hho requestsordersandreinforcements.1p.4.Enc.:seeno.755.754.an10,16therm.1802,4AugustPortRepub1icain755.an10,16therm.1802,4AugustPortF1euriauLSto:RochambeauReportstroopdepartures.1p.4.SAINTGIROND,Capitaine a BellevueALSto:PanisseReportstheenemyhascrossedLaGrandeRiviere,thereforehehasmovedtothehabitationsofthe arrondissement. HeheardabouttheassassinationofFermin,leaderoftherebels.Heneedsreinforcements.1p.fa.(enc.ofno.753)756.an10,17therm.1802,5AugustPlaisanceCLAUSEL,BERTRAND. General ALSto:RochambeauHearrivedatPlaisanceBrunet,who 1:vas illandrecovered.Willreturnitisconvenient.1p.deDivisiontoreplaceGeneralis nOH practicallytoLeCapassoonasfa.757.758.759.an10,17therm.1802,5Augus t Jeremie an10,17therm.1802,5AugustLe Cap an10,17therm.1802,5 Augus t Le Cap DESBUREAUX,CHARLESFRANCOIS. General deDivisionLSto:Rochambeau Announcesgeneralreviewofallthecorpsinhisdivision.ExpressespleasureuponlearningoftheappointmentofCitizenVoisinas prefet fortheDepartementduSud.1p.fo.LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL. General enchefAD(draft).DecreeappointingCitizenGentyCapitainede Port atLe Hole. 1 p. fo.---'AD(draft).DecreeappointingtheapostolicvicarsfortheDepartementduNord.1p.fo.

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107CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS760-768760.761.762.763.764.765.766. 767.768.an10,17therm.1802,5AugustLeCap an10,17therm.1802,5AugustAquinan10,17therm.1802,5AugustQuartier general deBenaitan10,17therm.1802,5AugustPortRepublicainan10,18therm.1802,6AugustLe Cap an10,18therm.1802,6AugustLe Cap an10,18therm.1802,6AugustPortRepub1icainan10,19therm.1802,7AugustLe Cap an10,19therm.1802,7AugustAquinLECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL. General enchef DecreeconcerningtheshipL'Ex perience anditscargo.BothwillbesenttoLeCapandfromtheretotheirdestination.1p.fOeMARCEILLAN,ALSto:RochambeauM.Mes1on,inhisletter,istryingtomakehistaskoflookingaftertheinterestsofM.andMme.Labateasier.Thesecitizensdonotrealizethattheycannolongerenjoytheirpropertiesbecausenowthefarmersareinpossessionofthem.2pp.4.Enc.:letterfromMeslon:seeno. 490.PAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General de BrigadeALSto:RochambeauReportsafalsealarmbyCommandantDelpechofmovementsbytherebelsintheAmazonesquarter.2pp.fOePANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde CommandantdelaPlaceLSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements.1p.4.[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefAD(draft).DecreeafterthecaptureoftheSpanishshipNuestraSenoradel Carmen, deliveringtheshipanditscargotothecaptain.1p.fOeSeealsonos. 679. D(draft).DecreeappointingCitizenLouisasarchitecte voyer forPortRepub1icain.1p.fOePANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde CommandantdelaPlaceLSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements.1p.4.[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefAD(draft).DecreegivingthirtyfrancsforrepresentationexpensestothePayeur general de l'Armee. 1p.fOeNERETTE,Chefdela4e Legion deGendarmerie ALSto:RochambeauAnnouncesthedeathofseveralofficers,andrequestsordersabouttheirpersonaleffects.2pp.4.

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769-775CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS108769.an10,19therm.1802,7AugustJacme1770.an10,19therm.1802,7AugustPortRepub1icain771.an10,20therm.1802,8August Jeremie 772.an10,20therm.1802,8AugustP1imout[i.e.,Plymouth]772a.an10,20therm.1802,8AugustPortRepublicainPAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General de Brigade LSto:RochambeauReportstranquillityinLesBenait,LesAmazones,andLe Gandou. AnnouncesthearrestandexecutionoftherebelLarozeandthreeofhisfollowers,accusedofseveralmurdersandofbeing follo\vers ofDerance.3pp.fOePANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Command(Iat delaPlaceLSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements.1p.4.DESBUREAUX,CHARLESFRANCOIS. General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauCongratulationstotheGeneralontherecoveryofhishealth.ReferstohisordertodetaintheshipLa Allispeaceful:thearrestoftroublemakerscontinuesbutwithoutalarm.Reportsthearrivalin Jere mieofa companyofthe90 e deLigne,composedofatotalofninety-onemen. 1p.4.GAUDAlRE, Co-heritier et Executeur testamentaireducitoyen Uardalon L(copy)to:CharrierAccuseshimoftrespassing.1p.4.(enc.ofno.827)JAUVIN, JL.Chefde Sous-prefetcolonialdu Departement del'OuestADS.ReportonthecaptureoftheSpanishshipLa Flora bytheFrench L'Emhuscade. AdvisestheGeneraltoprotectthecommercewhichtheSpaniardsbringtothecolonybecauseitisasourceofincome.3pp.fOe(enc.ofno.1221)773.774.775.an10,20therm.1802,8AugustLe Cap an10,20therm.1802,8AugustPort Repub licainan10,21therm.1802,9AugustSt.Marc[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefAD(draft).DecreereturningtheshipsLaMarsonieandLaJeanneandtheircargostotheircaptains.1p.fOePANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Commo:adantdelaPlaceLSto: Rocharnbeau Reportstroopmovements.1p.4.BAZELAIS,Chefd'Etat major de la DiDessalinesALSto:Rochambeau AnnouncesthatcriminalswillbesentdirectlytotheGeneral,asperorders.2pp.4.

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109CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS776-785776.an10,21therm.1802,9AugustLesCayes777.an10,21therm.1802,9 Augus tPortRepublicain778.an10,22therm.1802,10AugustLesCayes779.an 10, 22therm.1802,10AugustPort Repub 1icain780.an10,22therm.1802,10AugustPortRepub1icain781.an10,23therm.1802,11AugustLesVerrettes782.an10,23therm.1802,11AugustLe Cap 783.an10,23therm.1802,11AugustLeCap 784.an10,23therm.1802,11AugustLeCap 785.an10,23therm.1802,11AugustLeCap ESMANGART,CHARLES.Capitainede Port ALSto:RochambeauThankstheGeneralforliftingtheorderofsequestrationwhichhadbeenplacedonhisproperty.1p.4.PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Brigade" Commandantde laPlace LSto:RochambeauReportstransferofprisonerstotheshipLa Guerriere. 1p.4.Enc.:permitstohuntandcarryarmsLOMBARD,Capitainede la 16e CompanieLSto:LaPlume, General Reportsthestateoftheuniformsinhisbattalion.Asksformorequantitiesoffabrics.2pp.4.(atmarginoftheletterthereisanotefromLa PlumetoRochambeau) PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Brigade" Commandantde laPlace LSto:RochambeauPresentsaprojectforcopingwiththerebels:erectionofagallows.2pp.4.,.LSto:Rochambeau Tenpersonssentfrom Jeremie wereexecutedasaccordingtoorders.2pp.4.AUSSENAC,FCapitainede Gendarmerie LSto:RochambeauStatesthatthemilitarysituationofthePetiteRiviereandLesVerrettesisverydangerous.RequestspermissiontoarmvolunteersandtoattachthemtotheGardenationa1e.2pp.fa.[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefAD(draft).Decreeappointingthemembersofthe Tribunal d'AppelforLesCayes.1p.fa.---'AD(draft).DecreeappointingthemembersoftheTribunaZd'AppelforPortRepub1icain.1p.fa. AD(draft).Decreeappointingthemembersofthe Tribunal de Premiere instanceforLesCayes.1p.fa.---'AD(draft).Decreeappointingthemembersofthe Tribunal de Premiere instancefor JaC-

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786-794CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERSmel.1p.fOe110786. 787. 788.789.790.791.792.793.794.an10,23therm.1802,11AugustLeCap an10,23therm.1802,11AugustLeCap an10,23therm.1802,11AugustLe Cap an10,23therm.1802,11AugustPortRepublicainan10,24therm.1802,12AugustPortdePaixan10,24therm.1802,12AugustLe Fosse Limonadean10,24therm.1802,12August Jeremie an10,24therm.1802,12AugustPortRepub1icainan10,24therm.1802,12AugustLe Cap [LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefAD(draft).Decreeappointingthemembersofthe Tribunal de Premiereinstace for Jere mie.1p.fOe AD(draft).Decreeappointingthemembersofthe Tribunal de Premiere instanceforPortRepublicain.1p.fOe---'AD(draft).Decreeappointingthemembersofthe Tribunal de Premiere instanceforSt.Marc.1p.fOePANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Corrmo:adO::"lt de laPlace LSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements. 1p.4.BOYER,PIERRE. General de Brigade ALSto:RochambeauIswaitingfortheshipLa tobeavailablefortransfertoits nffiv assignmentundertheGeneral'scommand.Recountsanactionagainsttherebels.2pp.4.DAUX,PIERRE.Lieutenantde laGendarmerie ALSto: General de Divisipn [Rochambeau] Wouldliketo knmv particularnewsabouttheGeneral'shealth,andgivesomesuggestionsonhowtofightthefever.2pp.4.DES BUREA:JX, CHARLESFRANCOIS. General deDivisionLSto:RochambeauReportstheconditionofthetroopsinhisdivision.1p.4.LAFRANCE,PAUL.ChefdeBrigade Inspecteurde Culture ALSto:Rochambeau BegstheGeneraltowritetothecommandantofSpanishSt.Domingue recommendingthatthelatterlookafterhisaffairs, \vhich heleftinthehandsoftheAdministrationmunicipalewhenheleft.2pp.fOeLECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL. General enchefDS(draft).Regulationdeterminingthesalariesandbenefitsofthemembersofthe Ser vicedesPorts.4pp.fOeEne.:twolistsofnameswithsalaries

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111CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS795-803795.an10,24therm.1802,12AugustPortRepublicain796.an10,24therm.1802,12AugustJacmel797.an10,24therm.1802,12AugustJacme1798.an10,24therm.1802,12AugustPortRepublicain799.an10,24therm.1802,12AugustLesVerrettes800.an10,25therm.1802,13August[n.p.]801.an10,25therm.1802,13August Gona1ves 802.an10,25therm.1802,13AugustJacme1803.an10,26therm.1802,14AugustPortRepublicainLIONI,Lieutenantde Port LSto:RochambeauReportsshipdepartures.1p.4.(addressleaf)PAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General de Brigade ALSto:Rochambeau Announces movementsoftroopsasordered,inspiteofextremeshortageofbeastsofburden.1p.fOeLSto:Rochambeau Recommends twocaptains,LorgamissonandDeLaCorpoftheLegionde1aLoire,forthepositionofChefdeBataillon.2pp.fOePANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Brigade., Commandantde laPlace LSto:RochambeauReportsthattenofthetwenty-twopersonslistedinRochambeau' sletterhavebeenhanged.1p.4.REPUSSARD,FAUSTIN.Commandantde la GardenationaleALSto:RochambeauRequeststhatthecalltobeararmsbeissuedonlytothosecitizensenrolledintheConseildesNotables.2pp.4.DELPIEU,CapitaineL(copy)to:Deraime, Sous-prefet Callshisattentiontocertainhousesinneedofreconstructionwhoseownerswerelateinaskingforfunds;tellshimthebestwaytosolvetheproblem.1p.fOe(certifiedcopybyDeraime;enc.ofno.932)LUX,ChefdeBrigadeALSto:Rochambeau Anoteofthanksforhispromotion.Givesinformationonthecurrentsituation;hopestheGeneralwillaccepttheseveralpetitionswhichhavebeenaddressedtohim.4pp.4.PAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General deBrigadeLSto:RochambeauReportsperfectcalm.1p.fOeCANRON,Adjudantde la Place ADS.ReportsonthesituationofPort Re publicain;giveslistofthepostsestablishedinthemiddleoftheplainsofBellevuetopreventinfiltrationofrebelsintotheplain.2pp.fa.(enc.ofno.810)

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804-812CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS112804.805.806.807. 808.809.810. 811.812.an10,26therm.1802,14AugustJacme1an10,26therm.1802,14AugustTrinite(Martini-que)an10,26therm.1802,14AugustParis(France)an10,26therm.1802,14AugustJaeme1an10,26therm.1802,14AugustLe Cap an10,26therm.1802,14AugustPort Repub 1icainan10,26therm.1802,14AugustPortRepublicainan10,26therm.1802,14AugustPortRepublicainan10,26therm.1802,14August Jeremie DATHY,LieutenantdansIa Compag-rzie deIa Gendarmerie ALSto:RochambeauAnnouncesthedeathofL'Hostre,Capitainede Gendarmerie atJacmel.Requeststhisvacantpositionforhimself.2pp.fOeDENEUVILLE,LSto:RochambeauHavingreturnedfromParistohiscolonialproperties,heinvitestheGeneraltocometoMartiniqueandspenda fewweeksthereashisguest.1p.4.(addressleaf)D'HARVILLE,ALSto:RochambeauRequeststheGeneral'sassistancefor deChantelotofSt.Marc \vhose propertieshavebeenburnedand \vhose familyhasbeenmurdered.1p.4.DROUIN, General de Brigade dela Legion dela Loire LSto:RochambeauInquiresabouttheGeneral'shealth.Requeststhatoneofhisofficersbeconsideredfreefromtheservice.1p.4.[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General en chef AD(draft). Ordre du jour: organlzlnglandforcesfortheprocessofvotingonanissueofgreatimportanceforFrance.2pp.fOeNERAUD,GILBERT.Chef commandantla 3eLegion de Gendarmerie ALSto:Rochambeau AnnouncesthattherebelJacquethasbeenhanged.1p.4.PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Commo:ado-/lt delaPlaceLSto:RochambeauIs fonvarding areportofLouisCanrononthesituationofPortRepublicain.2pp.fOeEnc.:seeno.803.LSto: Roeharnbeau Is fOr\Varding twolettersfromBelangerdesBou11etstoRoehambeau.Advisesthatthiscitizenbegivenahorse.22pp.4.Ene.:seeno.814.RAULET,Chefde lCorrrmo:ada:at dela Gendarmerie L(eopy)to: Genera'l D'Arbois

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113CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS813-820HehasgonetotheBocal1inplantationtolookoverthehorsesofthemenexecuted.M.Boca1linhasmarkedallthehorses.1p.4.(enc.ofno.828)813.[an10,27therm.]BELLANGERDESBOULLETS,.[1802,15August]ALSto:Citoyen general [Rochambeau][Port-au-Prince]HehasseenthedecreewhichcreatesthepositionofCommandantd'Arrondissement:requeststhathebeappointedtothispositionfortheBoucassinhabitation.1p.4.814.an10,27therm.1802,15AugustPortRepub1icain815.an10,27therm.1802,15August[n.p.]816.an10,27therm.1802,15AugustLeCap 817.an10,27therm.1802,15AugustJacme1818.an10,27therm.1802,15AugustJacme1819.an10,28therm.1802,16AugustPortRepublicain820.an10,28therm.1802,16AugustHabitationL'Estaing---'ALSto:PanisseRequeststhepositionofCommandantdu Quartier.1p.4.(enc.ofno.811)LARTIGNE,ROBIN.CitoyenneALSto:RochambeauPetitionfortheGeneral'sjustice,requestingthatherhorse,confiscatedbyCommandantBelair,bereturnedtoher.1p.4.[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUELJ. General enchefAD(draft).Additionaldecreetothatofthe14thermidorappointinga receveur anda payeurgeneraux. Thisnewdecreecontrolsthecreditforeachmonthtotheordonnateurs,andtheinspectionofthecaisses.2pp.fOePAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General de Brigade LSto:RochambeauStatesthatwhenhetookcommandhefoundmilitarypostsinactivitywhichshouldnotbe.Heneedsclarificationaboutthisandalsoaboutranks.2pp.fOeLSto:RochambeauReportstheexecutionofAlexisNeron,accompliceofLaroze,andofthefarmerAzorfromtheLamardhabitation.1p.fOeJAUVIN, JL.Chefde Sous-prefetcolonial du Departement de l 'OuestALSto:Lavalette, General IntroducesM.Bercy,whowishestoobtaintheappointmentof Inspecteur de laCulture. 1p.4.[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefAD(draft).DecreeregardingtheorganizationandestablishmentofworshipinSt.Domingue.1p.fOe

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823-828CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERSSee also no. 835.114 Prefetcolonial 821.822. 823.824.825.826.827. 828.an10,28therm.1802,16AugustLe Cap an10,28therm.1802,16AugustLe Cap an10,28therm.1802,16AugustGrand Goave an10,28therm.1802,16AugustL'Arcahiean10,28therm.1802,16AugustPortRepub1icainan10,29therm.1802,17AugustPortRepub1icainan10,29therm.1802,17August Jeremie an10,29therm.1802,17August Jeremie [LECLERC,VICTOR General en chef AD(draft).Decreeregulatingmedicine,surgeryandpharmacy.TheConseilde willbecharged \vi thmakingtheregulationseffective.1p.fOeLEQUOI-MONGIRAUD,FJ.ALSto: Leclerc----Hedoesnotagreewith Sous-prefet JauvinaboutstoppingcommercewithSpain.Spaniardsshouldbeencouragedtobringmerchandiseandtotradeinorderforthemtobuytheproductsoftheisland.1p.fOe(enc.ofno.1221)PAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General de Brigade ALSto: Rocharnbeau Reportstranquillityhere.RecommendsJeanMartin,Capitainede Gendarmerie. 1p.fa.PUQUET,Commandantdel' Arcohie ALSto:RochambeauReportstheirdangeroussituation:theyarebeingattacked.Complainsoflackofmunitions.2pp.fOeVOLANT, Payeur du Departement del'OuestL8to:RochambeauConcernsapaymentof5000francsrequestedbyM.Lanchampfromhisfunds.AsksforconfirmationfromtheGeneral.2pp.fOeBERTRAND, Commissaire des Guerres L8to:Rochambeau AquantityofdeterioratedbiscuitshasbeenreceivedfromCherbourg;whatheconsidersdoingwithhispart.1p.4.DESBUREAUX,CHARLESFRANCOIS. General deDivisionL8to:RochambeauHeissendingCitizenGaudairetoRochambeaufortrial.Theprisonerhasharboredarebel.IncludesaletterwrittenbytheaccusedtoM.Charrier,officerchargedwiththepursuitofinsurgentsandvagabonds,complainingaboutinfractionsuponhispropertyrights.1p.4.Enc.:seeno.772.L8to:Rochambeau AnnouncesthatheissendingtoLe Cap a

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115CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS829-834Chefdu 1erBataillon de la 829.830.831.832. 833.an10,29therm.1802,17August Jeremie an10,29therm.1802,17AugustPortRepublicainan10,29therm.1802,17AugustLe Cap an10,29therm.1802,17AugustCroixdesBouquetsan10,29therm.1802,17AugustMirebalaisprisoner,M.Boccalin,a "manasmiserlyasheisrich,andagreategotist."Forsecuritymeasures,horsesandmulesofallpunishedrebelshavebeenassembledbythepolice.ThiswasnecessarybecausesuchmenasBoccalinwererebrandingthem.Securityalsorequireseachproprietortokeepatenantforthepurposeofmaintainingorder,andBoccalinhadchosenathoroughlydisreputableman.Whenurgedtoreplacehim,theaccusedmerelydrewup apetitionandsentittotheGovernor.Sinceitisnecessarythatgovernmentordersbepunctuallyexecuted,Boccalinwasarrestedasanexample.2pp.fOeEnc.:letterfromRaulettoD'Arbois:seeno.812.DESBUREAUX,CHARLESFRANCOIS. General deDivisionLSto:Rochambeau ThetransferofalloccupantsofthehospitalsofPortRepublicainandSt.Marcto Jeremie hasraisedthenumberofpatientstooverthreehundred.Measureshavebeentakentoprovidethemwiththenecessaryfacilities.1p.fOeHUGUET,Commandantde la 1ge lerBataillon ALSto:Mon General [Rochambeau]Complainsaboutbadconditionsinhisbattalionandurgentlyrequestsshoesforthesoldiers.1p.fOeLECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL. General enchefDS(draft).DecreeconcerningtheconfiscationoftheshipLePoissonvolant.2pp.fOePICHOT, G1ge Legere LSto:Ro'chambeauAnnouncesthelackofsuccessinarrestingfourrebelsasitwasordered.Onlya womanbelongingtothatgrouphasbeenarrested.Continuesbycomplainingaboutthesituationinthearmyandinthewarehouse.1p.4.PRONZATDELANGLADE,ALSto:RochambeauComplainsofanaccusationheconsidersunjustandhumiliating:thathehasstolenthreemules.1p.fOe834.an10,30therm.BAZELAIS,LOUISLAURENT. Comrrr'issaire des

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835-842CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS116835.836.837. 838. 839.840.841.1802,18AugustL'Arcahiean10,30therm.1802,18August[LeCap an10,30therm.1802,18AugustL'Estaingan10,30therm.1802,18AugustPortRepublicainan10,1fruct.1802,19AugustLesCayesan10,1fruct.1802,19AugustLe Cap an10,1fruct.1802,19AugustPortRepublicainan10,2fruct.1802,20AugustPortRepub1icain Guerresal'Arcahie L(copy)to:DupuyReportsa newinsurrectionpreparedandledbyCharlesBelair.2pp.fOe(enc.ofno.848)LECLERC,VICTOR EM}UlliUEL.General enchefADS(draft).Ordinanceconcerningreligionandreligiousorders.3pp.fOeEnc.:finalcopySeealsono. 820.---'ADS(draft).DecreeregardingthenamesoftheSpanishandFrenchpartsofSt.Domingue:Partiedel'EstandPartiedel'Ouest.1p.fOePANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Brigade.,Corr:ma:flda:flt delaPlaceLSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements;actionnearFortNational.2pp.4.LALANCE, General LSto:RochambeauReportsthatheisleavingforJacmel. Will beat Jeremie attheendoffructidor.RemarksthattheGeneralhasleft s\\reet memoriesamongthewomenofthe to\Vn. 1p.4.[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUELJ. General enchefAD(draft).ConfiscatesthecargooftheshipElCarmenbecausethecaptain,Alberto,andhissobrecargue,Denegre,werepracticingcontrabandinwatersnotcorrespondingtotheroute.2pp.fOeNERAUD,GILBERT.Chefd'Escadrondela Gendar merie ALSto:Rochambeau Announcesthatfirehasbeensettoalittlefarmbyfournegroes.Explainsthatanegrowomanhasbeenpunishedwithdeathundertheaccusationofparticipation.1p.4.JAUVIN, JL.Chefdel'Administrationdela Marine., Sous-prefetcolonialLSto:Rochambeau Thankshimforinformationsentaboutthe ship LaDiligente.EnclosesapetitionforafishingpermitforM.Be1louville.1p.4.Enc.:lacking842.(an10J,2fruct.[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUELJ. General en chef

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117CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS843-849[1802J,20August[Le Cap 843.an10,2fruct.1802,20AugustLe Cap 844.an10,2fruct.1802,20AugustPortRepublicain845.an10,2fruet.1802,20AugustL'Arcahie846.an10,2fruct.1802,20AugustLe Cap 847.an10,3fruct.1802,21AugustSt.Marc848.an10,3fruct.1802,21AugustSt.Marc849.an10,3fruct.1802,21AugustLe Cap D(draft).CancellationoftheconcessionoflandbyToussaintinfavorofDonGarcia.1p.fOe[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefD(draft).Decreeforprocedurestorecoverthepropertieswhichweresequestered.3pp.fOePANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Commandantde la PlaceLSto:RochambeauReportsnochange.1p.4.PUQUET,Capitainecommandant la 15e Legere ALSto:RochambeauJustifieshisbehaviorforwhichhehasreceivedreprimands.Alsoasksforclemency.3pp.fOeVAUGADIN,Adjudant a l'Etatmajor ge-neral ALSto:Mon General [Rochambeau]ProclaimshisdevotionandrespecttotheGeneral;hewillhappilyacceptallchangeswhichtheGeneralhasinmind.1p.fa.LECONSEILD'ADMINISTRATIONEVENTUELDU3 e BATAILLONDELA7leDEMI-BRIGADEDELIGNE.ALSto:RochambeauReportstheappointmentofCaptainMoffetaschef.Thereisalackofmen, duetogeneraldisease.1p.fOe(signedbyseveralofficers)DUQUESNE,AUGUSTE.Commandantde l' ArrondissementdeSt. Petite LesVerrettesLSto:RochambeauReferstohisinspectionofthedepartements:inPetiteRivierehehastalkedwithAuzanacabouttheneedofsecuringpeace.InLesVerretteshesaw manyblackswhoareconstitutedasleadersandwhowiththeirgangsharassedthepeople.Heistoo ofmenformaintainingsecurity,hopesforhelp.Alsoneedsguns.3pp.4.Enc.:letterfromBazelaistoDupuy;letterfromRepussardtoDuquesne:seenos. 851.[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefD(printed).RegulationssignedbyLeclerconbehalfoftheFrenchRepublic,inNo.18oftheGazetteofficielledeSt.Domingue.

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850-856CALENDAROF ROCHA}fBEAU PAPERS118850.851.852.853.854. 855.856.an10,3fruct.1802,21AugustPortRepublicainan10,3fruct.1802,21AugustLesVerrettesan10,3fruct.1802,21AugustHabitationTher-longe[?]an10,4fruct.1802,22AugustSt.Marcan10,4fruct.1802,22AugustMirebalaisan10,4fruct.1802,22AugustBorderiean10,[4Jfruet.1802,[22JAugustPort-au-PrinceAboutdeposits,expenses; ho\v tokeepaccounts;monthlyinspectionofthem;aboutmedicaldoctors;aboutconfiscatedproperties.4pp.fOePANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde delaPlaceLSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements.1p.4.REPUSSARD,FAUSTIN.CommandOYltde ZaGarde nationaZeL(copy)to:Duquesne,Commandant l'Arron dissementdeSt. Marc etDependences.ReportsaninsurrectionwhichisspreadinginLesVerrettes,PetiteRiviere,LeGrandGoave,LesMontagnes.Thinksthatthe.rebellioncouldbesuppressedifhereceivedrespectableaid.TheorganizerisCharlesBelair.1p.fOe(enc.ofno.848)WIET,Commandantde Za CoZonnede ZaCroix des BouquetsALSto:Lavalette, General Recountshisactionsandmovementsagainsttherebels.Givesinformationrelatingtothearrondissementandhisbattalion.3pp.4.(addressleaf)BERTET,Chef deBataillondela5e Le-gere LSto:RochambeauRequestsordersforactionsincehehasbeenunabletofindpaperspertainingtothecom mandofthePlaceleftbytheformercommandant,Margeret.Requestsalsoconsiderationandsuppliesforthetroops.2pp.4.LESCITOYENSNOTABLESDELA DEMIREBALAISL(copy)to:Jauvin,Sous-prefet colonial Requestingnumerousdefensivearmamentsneededforthedefenseofthecommuneagainsttherebels.1p.fOe(enc.ofno.868)MARRCUS,Commandant ZeCatonnement delaGendarmerieDS(copy).Reportsasuddenattackmadeagainsttheenemy \vhen helearnedthattheywerepreparingamarch to\vards LaBorderie, \vhere he \Vas camping.Completevictory.1p.fOeNERAUD,GILBERT.Chefd'Escadronde ZaGendarmerie ALSto:Mon General [RochambeauJ

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119CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS857-864857.[an10J,4fruct.[1802J,22AugustPort Repub lieainStatesthattherebelshaveoccupiedthreepositions.Liststhenamesofthechiefsoftheserebels.2pp.4.NERAUD,GILBERT.Chefd'Escadronde la Gendar merieALSto:RochambeauRelatesmovementsoftherebelsandactionswhichhavebeentakenagainstthem.1p.4.857a.[an10J,4fruct.[1802],22AugustPortRepublieain858.an10,4fruet.1802,22AugustPetit-Goave859.an10,4fruet.1802,22AugustPetit-Goave860.an10,4fruet.1802,22AugustPetit-Goave861.an10,4fruet.1802,22AugustPetit-Goave862.an10,4fruet.1802,22AugustPortRepublieain863.an10,4fruet.1802,22AugustL'Arcahie864.an10,5fruct.1802,23AugustSt.MarcALSto:RochambeauRequeststheGeneraltodesignateM.Dejeusenaslieutenantinthe6 e Compagnie de1aGendarmerie.1p.4.PAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General de BrigadeLSto:RoehambeauAcknowledgesordersreceived.1p.fOeLSto:RoehambeauExpresseshisregretsforhavingkeptM.RemoussininJacme1severaldayslongerthanRochambeauhadstipulated.2pp.fo.LSto:RoehambeauReportsthearrestandexecutionofBrunet,formerChefde Brigade de laGendarmerie, convictedofaidingintherevoltofLeogane,andofhidingmunitionsinhishome. 2pp.fo.LSto:RoehambeauRequestsanaide-de-camp.2pp.fOePANISSE, PIERRE.Chef de Commandantde la PlaceLSto:RoehambeauReportstroopmovements.1p.4.ROY,Commandantde l' ArrondissementLSto:Lavalette, General Statesthevariousactionsoftherebels;heisreadytoambushthem.Requestswarsupplies.1p.fo.BAZELAIS,LOUISLAURENT.Chef del'Etat major de l IArtiboniteALSto:RochambeauComplainsoftheconductofGeneralBelair;indicatesthathehimselfisworkingwithDuquesneandBerthet.Dessa1inesisabsent.

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865-872CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2pp.4.120865.an10,5fruet.1802,23AugustSt.Marc866.an10,5fruet.1802,23AugustSt.Marc867.an10,5fruct.1802,23AugustLes Cayes868.an10,5fruct.1802,23AugustPort-au-Prince869.an10,5fruct.1802,23AugustCarrefour870.an10,5fruct.1802,23AugustPortRepub1icain871.1802,24AugustAquin872.an10,6fruct.1802,24AugustFortDauphinBAZELAIS,LOUISLAURENT.Chefd'Etat major del'ArtiboniteDS.InhispresenceacertainBondahasannouncedthatseveralplantationsareinarms.1p.fOeDUQUESNE,AUGUSTE.Commandantde l 'ArrondissementdeSt. Marc., Petite Riviere etLes Ver rettesLSto: Rocharnbeau Discussesthegeneralsituationinthevariousquartersofhisjurisdiction,andgivesinformationonthemovementsoftherebels.3pp.4.ESMANGART,CHARLES.CapitainedePortALSto:RochambeauGivesinformationrequestedbytheGeneralonothercapitainesdeportintheDepartementduSud.2pp.4.JAUVIN, J L.Chefd'Administration marine., Sous-prefet colonial ALSto:RoehambeauAnintroductoryletteranda demandforwarsuppliesfortheirdefensesubmittedbythecitizensofMirebalais.1p.4.Enc.:seeno.854.LUBIN-HADICOURT,ChefdeBataiZlonLto:Lavalette, General Heissendingsome armstakenfromtheinhabitantsofLaGrandeRiviere.Sendingalsoaprisonerfoundneartherailroad.1p.4.(signedforhimbyWarso) PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Brigade., Commandantde laPlace LSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements.1p.4.DAVEZAC,ALSto:Rochambeau AnoteofthanksforhiskindnessinplacingbothhissonsintheGendarmeriedel'Ouest.2pp.4.DUMONT,Adjudant commandant., Commandantd'ArmesDS.CertificationthatCaptainBaIlonhasbeenunderhisordersandhasalwaysbeenconsideredanexcellentofficer.1p.fOeCenc.ofno.1787)

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121CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS873-882873.an10,6fruct.1802,24AugustJacmel874.an10,6fruct.1802,24AugustPortRepublicain875.an10,7fruct.1802,25AugustLe Cap 876.an10,7fruct.1802,25AugustPortRepub1icain877.an10,7fruct.1802,25AugustPortRepub1icain878.an10,7fruct.1802,25AugustPortRepub1icain879.an10,8fruct.1802,26AugustSt.Marc880.an10,8fruct.1802,26AugustSt.Marc881.an10,8fruct.1802,26AugustPetiteRiviere882.an10,8fruct.PAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General deBrigadeLSto:RochambeauReportspeaceinallareasunder.hiscom mand. OnerebelwasshotatPetit-Goave.1p.fOePANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Brigade" Corronandantde laPlace LSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements.2pp.4.LEQUOI-MONGIRAUD,FJ. Prefetcolonial LSto: General en chef [Leclerc]Presentsforhisapprovalthenamesofthecommissairesdel'Etat civil del'Artibonite.2pp.fOeEne.:listofnames PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Brigade" Corronandantde laPlace LSto:Rochambeau AnswerregardingrequestforinformationaboutoneLouis1aDouceur.1p.4.LSto:RochambeauReportsinterrogationoftwoarsonistsuspects.1p.4.LSto:RochambeauReportsnochangeinthelasttwenty-fourhours.1p.4.BERTET,Corronandantde laPlace LSto:RochambeauReportsthattherebelsarenotfar;hehasorderedthegarrisontobeconstantlyprepared;requirestwopiecesofcannonde cam pagne.1p.4.LSto:RochambeauTalksaboutthetreasonofGeneralBelair,andaboutthe8 eColonialethathecommanded.GeneralsDuquesneandVernetwilljoininthefightagainstBelair.2pp.4.DUQUESNE,AUGUSTE.Corronandantdel'ArrondissementdeSt. Marc" Petite Riviere" etLesVerrettesLSto:RochambeauReportsasuccessfulactionagainsttherebels.Thesituationnowiscalm.2pp.fOeLECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL. General en chef

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883-889CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS122883.884.885. 886. 887.888.889.1802,26August[LeCap an10,8fruct.1802,26AugustLeCap an10,8fruct.1802,26AugustJacmelan10,8fruct.1802,26AugustPortRepublicainan10,8fruct.1802,26AugustPortRepublicainan10,9fruct.1802,27August Jeremie an10,9fruct.1802,27AugustL'Arcahiean10,9fruct.1802,27AugustLe Cap ALSto:CitoyenTreuilCommentsabouthisdecreeof2fructidor:anydecisionshemakes \vill beintheinterestofthecolony.1p.fo.(addressleaf)[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. enchefD.DecreeappointingCitizenFoucaudasJugede Premiere instanceinPortdePaix,replacingCitizenBrassier,deceased.1p.fa.PAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. de LSto:RochambeauReportstheexecutionofthreetroublemakers,andthesubsequentdisplayofthe gallo\vs todiscouragemisconductinthefuture.1p.fOePANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Brigade" CommandO:iltde la PlaceLSto:RochambeauReportsnochange.1p.4.Ene.: pass1;vord REYNOLDS,JA.DS.AnaccountofsuppliesfortheadministrationofSt.Domingue,furnishedbythemerchantReynolds.AmarginalapprovalbyRochambeauforpaymentofthebill.1p.fa.DESBUREAUX,CHARLESFRANCOIS. GeneraZ deDivisionLSto:RochambeauReportsthatpeacereignsdespitetheimprudencescommittedbyseveralinhabitants \vhose headshavebeenturnedbyfear.Onthe20thermidorintheAquinquarter }1. Casamajorwasmurderedandhismoneystolen.Thethreecriminalsresponsiblewereshotinpublic.ThemanresponsibleforburningtheGrandierplantationofCavaillondiedinprisonatLesCayes.2pp.4.ENNIOT,LSto:RochambeauReportsthemovementsofGeneralLavaletteasrequested.1p.4.LEQUOI-MONGlRAUD,FJ. Prefet colonialLSto:LeclercAsksforadecreewhichwillputanendtotheabusescommittedbythoseinchargeofreconstruction.2pp.fOe(enc.ofno.932)

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123CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS890-898890.an10,9fruct.1802,27AugustPortRepub1icain891.an10,9fruct.1802,27AugustPort-au-Prince892.an10,10fruct.1802,28AugustPort-au-Prince893.an10,10fruct.1802,28AugustJacme1894.an10,10fruct.1802,28AugustPetiteRiviere895.an10,10fruct.1802,28AugustJacme1896.an10,10fruct.1802,28AugustPetiteRiviere897.an10,10fruct.1802,28AugustAquin898.an10,10fruct.1802,28AugustMirebalaisPANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Commandantde laPlace LSto:RochambeauPetitionforhisfriendBernard.2pp.4.Enc.:letterfromBernardtoRochambeau:seeno. ?50a.VOLANT, Payeur devisionnaireLSto: leGeneral deDivision[Rochambeau] Anoteaboutthetotalamountofmoneyinthebank,afterapaymentof200,000francsorderedbyM.Lanchamp. 1p.fOeBESSON,Capitaine d'Artillerie LSto:RochambeauRequeststoleavetheMarine,andtobeemployedascommandantde ordebataillon.3pp.4.BOZE,JEAN.ChefdeMouvements duPortLSto:RochambeauApetitiontoobtainanappointmentas capi tainedeport.1p.fOeDESSALINES,JEANJACQUES. GeneraZ deDivisionL(copy)to: GeneraZ deDivisionQuantinStatesneedofgatheringallcolonialtroopsinordertocutthepassageofBelair'sarmy. 2pp.fOe(enc.ofno.953)DROUIN,ChefdeBrigadeLSto:Rochambeau Acknowledgesreceiptofsomeordersconcerningthecapitainesde port. DescribesthepresentconditionoftheportinJacme1.2pp.4.DUQUESNE,AUGUSTE.Commandantdel'ArrondissementdeSt. Petite etLesVerrettesLSto:Rochambeau AnnouncestheyareproceedingtowardsthemountainsofVerrettes.Theyarereadytofight.2pp.fOeJOUSSEAUME,Capitainede la GendarmerieLSto: Rochambeau St.Louishasbeentakenbytherebels.Thesituationinhisarrondissementisalsoconfused.2pp.fOeLAFRANCE,PAUL.Chefde Inspecteur de laculture ALSto:RochambeauHehasbegunhisinspectionasordered.1p.fOe

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899-907CALENDAROF ROCHA}ffiEAU PAPERS124899.an10,10fruct.1802,28AugustGonalves900.an10,10fruct.1802,28AugustPortRepublicain901.an10,10fruct.1802,28AugustSt.Marc902.an10,10fruct.1802,28AugustLesVerrettes903.an10,10fruct.1802,28AugustAnse-a-Veau904.1802,29August[n.p.]905.an10,11fruct.1802,29AugustJacmel906.an10,11fruct.1802,29AugustJacmel907.an10,11fruct.1802,29AugustPortRepublicainLUX,Chefde BrigadeALSto:Mon General [RochambeauJIstakinganinterestinthefutureofacertainyoungmanasrequestedbytheGeneral.1p.4.PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Commaduat delaPlaceLSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements.1p.4.QUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauReportshisdeparturefromLeCapandhisarrivalatSt.Marc;alsothepresenceofGeneralJablonowskiinthevicinity.2pp.4.REPUSSARD,FAUSTIN. COlmladO:flt dela Gal')de nationaleLSto:RochambeauMentionsseveralactionsagainsttherebels.ComplainsofthelackofsuppliesinhiscompanyofGardenationale.3pp.fOeSEGRETTINE,ChefdeBataillonALSto:Rochambeau ApetitioninfavorofCitizenGrazzia,regardinghisproperties.3pp.4.DESCASSENESDEBOND[?J,ALSto:RochambeauRequestsRochambeautoactashisprocurator.AsksforassistanceonbehalfofM.BaufondQuimbue,husbandofCoralieTourtouron,hisnephew'sdaughter.2pp.4.DROUIN,Chefde Brigade LSto:Rochambeau RecommendstheserviceofCaptainBozeandhisnominationascapitainedu port atJacmel.lp.4.Ene.:seenos. 362.LSto:RochambeauRequestscommendationsfortheLegiondelaLoire,whichmadeseveralsuccessfulactionsinthefightagainsttheinsurrection.2pp.40.LESMEMBRESDUCONSEILD'ADMINISTRATIONDELA68eDEMI-BRIGADEL8to:RochambeauRefersto decreeofthe25messidorwhichwasananswertothecomplaints

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125CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS908-916908.909.910./an10,11fruct.1802,29AugustL'Arcahiean10,11fruct.1802,29AugustL'Arcahiean 10, 11fruct.1802,29AugustPortRepub1icainaboutthebadqualityofthefood.HedidnotmentionreimbursementforwoodasOrdonnateurBertrandhasinterpreted.TheyasktheGeneraltoclearupthismisunderstanding.2pp.fOePAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General de BrigadeLSto:RochambeauReportsavisittoPortduBoucassinwheremanywomenandchildrenaretakingrefuge.Asksifcolonialtroopsshouldreceivesamefoodrationsasothertroops(breadandfourteensous).1p.fOeLSto:RochambeauReportsthataccordingtoaletteraddressedtoGeneralLavalette,GeneralJablonowskiisalreadymarchingagainsttherebelsLarozeandCharlesBelair.2pp.4.PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Brigade" Corrrmandantdela Place LSto:RochambeauReportssurveillanceofpublishinghousesuspectedofprintingaclandestinenewspaper.2pp.4.(addressleaf)911.an10,11fruct.1802,29AugustPortRepub1icainL8to:RochambeauReportstroopmovements. 2pp.4.Enc.:password912. 913.914.915.an10,11fruct.1802,29AugustPlaisancean10,11fruct.1802,29AugustSt.Marcan10,12fruct.1802,30August[LeCap an 10, 12fruct.1802,30AugustL'ArcahiePUTON,MARCANTOINEJOSEPHFREDERIC.Aide-de camp du GeneraZ BrunetLSto:RochambeauReportsheisill;wishesgoodhealthtotheGeneral.2pp.4.QUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauPlanstoputGeneralJablonowskiincontactwithBazelais,Vernet,andDuquesneforbestconfrontingtheenemy. 2pp.fOe[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General en chef D.DecreeappointingCaptainCartienasJuge auTribunal.1p.fOePAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General de BrigadeLSto:RochambeauReportsthathehasdeliveredRochambeau'slettertotherebel,CharlesBelair.1p.4.916.an10,12fruct.

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917-923CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1261802,30AugustL'Arcahie917.an10,12fruct.1802,30AugustPortRepub1icain918.an10,12fruct.1802,30AugustPortRepub1icain919.an10,12fruct.1802,30AugustSt.Marc920.an10,13fruct.1802,31AugustSt.Marc921.an10,13fruct.1802,31AugustPort-au-Prince922.an10,13fruct.1802,31August Jeremie 923.an10,13fruct.1802,31August Jeremie ALSto:RochambeauRequeststhattheGeneralorderthelargenumberofinhabitantsofArcahiewhoaretakingrefugeinPort-au-Princetoreturnandhelpdefendtheirproperties.1p.4.P ANISSE, PIERRE.ChefdeBrigade -' Comma:ada:atdelaPlaceLSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements. 1p.4.LSto:RochambeauRequestsapermitforM.Perrin,naturalist,togatherbutterflies.1p.4.QUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:Rochambeau ThankstheGeneralforhiskindness.HeisgoingtoLesVerrettestotrytoprovidea goodescortforGeneralJablonowski.2pp.4.BAZELAIS,Chef del'Etat major del' ArtiboniteALSto:RochambeauReportsactionstakenagainsttherebels;GeneralDuquesneparticipatedintheseencounters.Alsogivesinformationaboutotherofficers.4pp.fOeCHUPEIN, Charge dela Procv..ration delave Delormay ALSto:RochambeauRequestsassistanceinobtainingthepaymentofdebtwhichCitizenDuvivierdeLamahautier,nowdead,hadcontractedwiththeveDelormayin1774.1p.fOeEnc.:statementsofdebtbyDuvivierdeLamahautier.DESBUREAUX,CHARLESFRANCOIS. General deDivisionLSto:RochambeauEnclosesareportofthecapitainesdeportintheDepartementduSud,andnotessignedby Rocharnbeau andannotatedinhishand.1p.4.Enc.LSto:RochambeauReportofinsurrectionatSt.Louis.FiftymenareaccompanyingGeneralLaplumetodefendthetown.Foradditionalsecurityadetachmentofsixtymenfromthe90 edeLigne

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127CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS924-931924.an 10, 13fruct.1802,31AugustJacmel925.an10,13fruct.1802,31AugustL'Arcahie926.an10,13fruct.1802,31AugustPortRepublicain927.an10,fruct.1802,Aug.-Sept.L'Arcahie928.an10,fruct. 1802, Aug.-Sept.PortRepublicain929.an10,14fruct.1802,1Sept.Jacmel930.an10,14fruct.1802,1Sept.LesVerrettes931.an10,14fruct.1802,1Sept.aretobesentfrom Jeremie byshiptotravelthroughthedepartementandreassuretheinhabitantsbytheirnumbers. severitela plus terrible nous repondra de l' avenir."1p.4.DROUIN,Chefde Brigade LSto: General de Brigade PageotReportstheexecutionofC.Chapone1lewhoinitiatedtherebellioninCap Rouge.Hewas arelativeofMichelSelvewhocommandsCapRouge, .andwhoistrustedbyDieudonne.ToavoidSelve'sparticipationintherebellionhehassenthimaletterremindinghimofthetrustwhichthegovernmentofthecolonyhasplacedinhim.3pp.4.(enc.ofno.945)PAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General de BrigadeLSto:RochambeauAwaitsordersfromGeneralJablonowski.1p.4.PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Commandantde laPlace LSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements. 2pp.4.Ene.:passwordLESOFFICIERSDELAlSeLEGERE.LSto:Rochambeau ApleaformercyforCaptainPiquet.2pp.fOeSANTO DOMINGO, BALTHAZAR.AncienOfficierde laMarine LSto:LeclercPetitionsforre-admissiontotheservice.2pp.fOeSee also no.139b.DIEUDONNE,CHRISTOPHE.ChefdeBrigadeLSto:RochambeauReportsthatathisarrivalatJacmelhefoundalltheplantationworkersinrebellionandhiddenintheforests.Hehascaughtmanyandhaspunishedorexecutedthem.4pp.4.JABLONOWSKI,LADISLAS. General deBrigadeALSto:RochambeauRequestsatransferassoonastheexpeditionagainstBelairisterminated.1p.4.JAUVIN, JL.Chefdel'Administrationde la Sous-prefet colonial

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932-938CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS128PortRepub1icain932.an10,14fruct.1802,1Sept.Le Cap ALSto:RochambeauReportsthesituationoftheGendarmerieinJacmel.1p.4.[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUELJ. General enchefD(draft).Decreesthatthe Prefet colonialistoprintandpostupthenoticeonthedemandsofconstructionswhichareunderhisjurisdiction.Thenoticewillinclude:1.thenamesofthose haveobtainedtheconstructions2.thedesignationofthehousewhich Hill bereconstructed3.thedatethepermission Has granted4.thetime \vhen thepermission expireTherefollowsaseriesofarticlesexplainingeachofthesepoints.3pp.fa.Ene.:letterfromDelpieu;letterfromLequoi, Prefetcolonial; projectfordecree:seenos. 933.933.[an10,14fruct.]LEQUOI-MONGlRAUD,FJ. Prefetcolonial [1802,1Sept.]DS.ProjectfordecreetopreventabusesLe Cap bythoseinchargeofreconstructions.3pp.fOe(enc.ofno.932)934.[an10J,14fruct.NERAUD,GILBERT.Chefd'EscadrondelaGendar-[1802J,1Sept. merie PortRepub1icainALSto:[RochambeauJStatesthatspieshavebeenarrestedandwillsoonbeescortedbeforethe Commandat de laPlace. 1p.4.935.an10,14fruct.1802,1Sept.L'Arcahie936.an10,14fruct.1802,1Sept.PortRepublicain937.an10,14fruct.1802,1Sept.Le Cap 938.an 10, 15fruct.1802,2Sept.St.MarcPAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General de Brigade LSto:RochambeauReportslackofnewsfromGenerals ..,. skiandQuantin,withwhomheistomarch.1p.4.PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Brigade.,Corronanda:at de la PlaceLSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements.2pp.4.SAINTJAMES,GEORGEJ.ALSto:RochambeauRequeststhattheGeneralsendanotetoJauvin, Sous-prefet oftheDepartementduSud,askingforhispromptactioninliftingasequestrationplacedonhishabitation,Castera.2pp.4.DUQUESNE,AUGUSTE.Commandantde l' Arrondissement deSt. Petite Riviere.,lesVerrettes LSto:Rochambeau

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129CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS939-946939.an10,15fruct.1802,2Sept.LesVerrettes940.an10,15fruct.1802,2Sept.LeCap 941.an10,15fruct.1802,2Sept.Le Cap 942.an10,15fruct.1802,2Sept.St.Marc943.an10,15fruct.1802,2Sept.Le Cap 944.an10,15fruct.1802,2Sept.L'Arcahie945.an10,15fruct.1802,2Sept.L'Arcahie946.an10,15fruct.Recountsactionsagainsttherebels:hewasabletodispersethem,crushingtheirplanstoravagetheplainsofArtibonite;GeneralJablonowskiarrivedjustwhenhewascalledbythe General enchef.2pp.4.JABLONOWSKI,LADISLAS. General deBrigadeLSto:RochambeauReportsthateverythingremainsinstatuquo.Hepreferstheoriginaldestinationassignedtohim.1p.4.[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefAD(draft).Decreecomplementingtheoneonforeigntradeofthesameday:thisdecreeisapplicabletotheopenportofSt.Domingue.1p.fo.---'D(draft).Decreeforbiddingtheimportsofcertainmerchandiseandlimitingtheexportsofmolasses,syrups,coffeanddyes.3pp.fOeEnc.:listofmerchandiseMOUD[?J,Lieutenantde la GendarmerieLSto:[Rochambeau]Discussesprecautionsheistakingaroundthegarrison.1p.4.MOULUT,ANTOINE.ChefdeBataillonau Corps de Genie DS. MemorandumontheproposedimprovementstobemadeatLe Capforbeautifyingthecity,andfordefensepurposesaswell,accordingtothedecreeof22thermidor,an10.30pp.fa.PAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General de BrigadeLSto:RochambeauIsforwardingdeclarationmadebyPierreCaboteur,awhitefisherman,totheeffectthattherebelgeneralDevoitwillattackl'ArcahieandthatDessalinesistojoinhimafterincitingtheinhabitantsofArtibonite.1p.4.Enc.LSto:RochambeauIncludeslettersenttohimbyChefdeBrigadeDrouintellingofmilitarysituationinJacmel.1p.4.Enc.:seeno. 924.PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Brigade" Commandant

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947-954CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1301802,2Sept.PortRepublicain947.an10,15fruct.1802,2Sept.St.Marc948.an10,16fruct.1802,3Sept.Jacmel949.an10,16fruct.1802,3Sept.Basdu Sante delaPlaceLSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements.1p.4.QUANTIN General deDivisionALSto:RoehambeauHearrivedlastnight;desperatesituationofthegarrison,withsomanyrefugeesandnofood.3pp.fOeDIEUDONNE,CHRISTOPHE.Chefde BrigadeLSto: General deBrigadePageotReportshisvisittoLe Cap Rouge \vhere hefoundinsurrection.Hehascrusheditandhasexecutedmanyofthefarmworkers.3pp.4.(enc.ofno.961)LEFEUVREDESANCE,Commandantdu Quartier du RivegaucheALSto:Bertet,CommandantdelaPlacedeStMarc.Rebelshaveattackedapartyofsoldiers.Sixofthelatterweretakenprisoner.3pp.4.950.[an10J,17fruet.NERAUD,GILBERT.Chefd'Escadronde laGendar[1802J,4Sept. merie PortRepublicainALSto:RochambeauStatesthatthevaletofToussaintwillbetransferredtothetownprison.1p.4.951.an10,17fruct.1802,4Sept.Port Repub lieain952.an10,17fruet.1802,4Sept.PortRepublieain953.an10,17fruet.1802,4Sept.St.Marc954.an10,17fruct.1802,4Sept.[St.Marc]PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Commo:ndayzt delaPlaceLSto:RochambeauReportsthearrestofthespy-arsonist Hho hasbeensentencedtobehanged.2pp.4.LSto:RoehambeauReportsthearrivalofcasualtiesfromGo nalves. 1p.4.QUANTIN, General deDivisionLSto:RochambeauIncludesaletterfromDessalines.HehasorderedJablonowskitolistentothedemandsofthislatterfortheprojectofassemblingallthecolonialtroops.Hehasbeenconsciousofthemistrustamongblacksandcoloredpeople.TodispelithehasmadepublicthatDessalinesisactingundergovernmentorders.2pp.fOeEne.:seenos. 954.DS. MakespublicthatDessalines'sexpeditionismarchingagainstCharlesBelair;

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131CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS955-961955.956.957.958.959.960. 961.an10,18fruct.1802,5Sept.Jacme1an10,18fruct.1802,5Sept.Jacme1an10,18fruct.1802,5Sept.LeCap an10,18fruct.1802,5Sept.PortRepub1icainan10,18fruct.1802,5Sept. POl:'t Republicain[an10J,18fruct.[1802J,5Sept.Port-au-Princean10,19fruct.1802,6Sept.Jacmelthathehasthepowertocrushanyrebellion,andhasthetrustoftheFrenchgovernment.1p.fOe(enc.ofno.954)BURES,GASPARD.Chefde Adjoint a l'Etat major LSto:RochambeauReportsadangeroussituationandrequestshelpofadditionaltroops.SendsareportbyCommandantDieudonnerelatinghisactionsagainsttherebels.4pp.fOeEnc.:lackingLSto:RochambeauReportsontheactionsofDieudonnebasedonDieudonne'sownreport.3pp.fOe[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefAD(draft).DecreeestablishingtheuseofrestoredhousesbythesoumissionnairesofLe Cap. 1p.fOeNERAUD,GILBERT.Chefd'Escadron de laGendar merie ALSto:Rochambeau Announcesanactionagainstthe rebels ofCharlesBelair.HehassenttwospiestoBelair'scamp,orderedtogatherinformationaboutnumberofarmsandmunitions.1p.4.PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Commandantde laPlace LSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements;arrivalofcasualtiesfromGonalves.1p.4.Enc.:sixteenpasswordsROCHAMBEAU,DONATIENMARIEJOSEPHDEVIMEURDE. General deDivisionALSto:[LeclercJForwardstherecordsofserviceofofficersintheDepartementdu Sudanddel'Ouest.1p.4.Enc.BURES,GASPARD.Chefde Adjoint a l'Etat majo:r ALSto:RochambeauReportsthattheRivieredeGaucheandCoqqui-chanteareinsomekindofrebellion.ForwardsletterfromCommandantDieudonnewhichrecountstheactionsofhisbattalion.2pp.4.Enc.:seeno.948.

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962-970CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS132962.an10,19fruct.1802,6Sept.Jacme1963.an10,19fruct.1802,6Sept.Gonaives964.an10,19fruct.1802,6Sept.LesVerrettes965.an10,19fruct.1802,6Sept.[n.p.]966.an10,19fruct.1802,6Sept.Le Cap CHAPONNEL,THEODORE.Aide-de-campdu General enchefALSto:Rochambeau Complainsofhisarrestandexplainsthecausesofhisconduct.3pp.4.HUIN,CHRISTOPHE.LSto:Rochambeau Recommends andforwardstherecordofserviceofCitizen AugustinViavant,asrequested.2pp.4.Enc.JABLONOWSKI,LADISLAS. General de BrigadeALSto: Rochambeau StatesthatifhewereinchargeofeliminatingBelair,thispersonwouldnolongerbeathreattoFrenchtroops;butinsteadBelaircontinuestomarch ontherightsideoftheArtiboniteinordertodealonlywithDessa1ines,whoisresponsibleforthiszone.1p.fOeLAVALETTE,JChefde Brigade" Commandantdela PlaceL(copy)to:le General deDivisionDesbureaux.GeneralRochambeauhasdecidedtoreplacehimwithGeneralLalanceinthecom mandofAquin,Cavaillon,St.LouisandLe FonddesNegres.1p.4.(enc.ofno.999)[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefAD(draft).Decreeforbiddingthekillingofcowsorbulls.1p.fOe967.(an10],19fruct.LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL. General enchef[1802J,6Sept.DS(draft).OrdinanceforthetransferofallL'EstaingweaponsbelongingtothosewhodiedinthehospitalstothearsenalsofLeCapandPortRepub1icain.1p.fa.968.an10,19fruct.1802,6Sept.PortRepublicain969.an10,19fruct.1802,6Sept.PortRepublicain970.an10,20fruct.NERAUD,GILBERT.Chef d'Escadron"Commandtxat dela3e Legion ALSto:Mon General [Rochambeau] Recommendsthecaptaincarryingtheletterforhisactionsincombat.1p.4.PANISSE, PIERRE.Chef de Brigade" Comma:adantde Za PlaceLSto:RochambeauReportsonmilitarydetachments,troopmovements.2pp.4.Enc.:passwordBURES,GASPARD.Chefde Bataillon" Adjoint a

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133CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS971-9791802,7Sept.Jacme1971.an10,20fruct.1802,7Sept.LesCayes972.an10,20fruct.1802,7Sept.Jacmel973.an10,20fruct.1802,7Sept.[Le Cap 974.an10,20fruct.1802,7Sept.Le Cap 975.an10,20fruct.1802,7Sept.Le Cap 976.an10,20fruct.1802,7Sept.LeCap 977.an10,20fruct.1802,7Sept.PortRepublicain978.an10,20fruct.1802,7Sept.LesCayes979.an10,20fruct.1802,7Sept.LesCayes l'Etatmajor ALSto:RochambeauRecountslatestdevelopmentsintheinsurrection.1p.4.CHAPELLE,AALSto:RochambeauReportshehasnotreceivedtheordertoleaveLesCayesandreplaceGeneralSt.MartininPortRepublicain.2pp.4.CHAPONNEL,THEODORE.Chef d'Escadron ALSto:RochambeauHehasnotreceivedinstructions.Hehasbecome aide-de-camp du General enchefandhasbeenplacedincommandoftheGendarmerie.1p.4.[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefAD.Decreefortax,saleandqualityoffish.1p.fOe AD(draft).Regulationsconcerningbutchers.1p.fOe---'AD(draft).Regulationsforfishermenandthosewhowanttobecomefishermen.3pp.fOe---'AD(draft).Regulationsforbakers.2pp.fOePANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Corrunandant de laPlace LSto:RochambeauIssendingmilitarypassword.1p.4.Enc.PELLISSIERE, LLSto:Mon General [Rochambeau]GivesinformationconcerningM.Lefebureandofferstoprovidemoretestimoniesofhisdeath.Reportsonthemilitarysituationandtheinsecurityinthe mornes becauseoflackoftroops.3pp.4.LSto:RochambeauRequestsagainaletterofintroductiontoDon Jose MedinaGalindoofRiodeHachainfavorofamerchantfriendofhis,CitizenAntoineMerlo.Reportsanattackoftherebels,theanxietyofthepopulationand

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980-985CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS134980.an10,20fruct.1802,7Sept.LesCayes981.an10,20fruct.1802,7Sept.St.Marc982.an10,21fruct.1802,8Sept.Petit-Goave983.an10,21fruct.1802,8Sept.St.Louis984.an10,21fruct.1802,8Sept.Petit-Goave985.an10,21fruct.1802,8Sept.Belair'streason.IssuesinvitationforRochambeau'ssontospendsometimewithhim.2pp.4.(addressleaf)PELLISSIERE, LLSto:M.FontaineRequestsaletterofrecommendationfromRochambeautobesentto H.Jose de Hedina Galindo,governoroftheportofRiodelaHacha,onbehalfofCitizenAntoine Herlo, shipcaptain,whowantstogotoLaHachaforacargoofanimals.2pp.4.(addressleaf)QUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauReportsimminentarrivalofthedivisionofAntoinedeSaon.HehasorderedGeneralFressinettotakepositionat Harin, GeneralDrouinatBouquets,ArmandandJeanJolyatthebanksoftheArtibonite.2pp.4.DELPECH,ChefdeBataillonLSto: le Chefde l 'Etat major desDivisionsdel'OuestetduSud Sends fourmountedmenfortheformationoftheCompagniedesGuidesofRochambeau.Ip.4.DESBUREAUX,CHARLESFRANCOIS. General deDivisionLSto:RochambeauReportonthedayfollowinganinsurrectioninSt.Louis:theinsurgentshadtakenrefugeinthesurroundingwoodsexceptfortenwhowerecapturedandhangedinthefield,andnineotherswhoareprisoners.Theirleaderisa man namedCharles,Lieutenantde Gendarmerie. Numerousmilitarydesertersareamongtheirranks.ToexterminatetherebelsheplanstoselectagroupofGardenationaletotrackthemintheforestastheywouldwildanimals,andtoshootthemonsight.2pp.fOeLALANCE,ColonelLSto:RochambeauReportsthatpeacereignsintheterritorycommandedbyGeneralDelpech.HehimselfwilljoinGeneralDesbureauxatAquin.BelievesthatLe FonddesNegresispeaceful.ItwillbeeasytodissipatetroublesinSt.Louis.1p.4.PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Corronandantde laPlace

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135CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS986-993PortRepublicain986.an10,21fruct.1802,8Sept.St.Marc987.an10,21fruct.1802,8Sept.St.Marc988.an10,22fruet.1802,9Sept.Leogane989.an10,22fruct.1802,9Sept.Leogane990.an10,22fruet.1802,9Sept.Leogane991.an10,22fruet.1802,9Sept.Petit-Goave992.an10,22fruct.1802,9Sept.Aquin993.an10,22fruct.1802,9Sept.AquinLSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements.1p.4.QUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:RoehambeauEnclosesa copyofaproclamationforhisdivisions.GeneralDessalinesaffirmsthatQuantincancountonhimassoonasCommandantRepussardreportstoJablonowski.2pp.4.Enc. DS(copy).Proclamationtobereadpubliclybyhimselfconcerningregistrationofanimalsandlodgingofsoldiers.1p.fOeBOYER,Inspecteurde Culture LSto:RochambeauAnnouncesthatthreesectionshaverevoltedandthatthesituationinthewhole departe mentiscritical.2pp.4.CHAIGNET,Sous-lieutenant a lasuitedela Legion duCapLSto:RochambeauDescribesthesituationinhis departement: rebellioneverywhere,lackofarms,lackofmen.Requestssomesolutions.1p.4.LSto:RochambeauRequestsurgentlyasupplyoftroopssinceseveraldepartementsinthesurroundingareaareinupheaval.Theperilisgrowinghourbyhour.2pp.4.DELPECH,ChefdeBataillonLSto:RoehambeauDailyreport.Peacereigns.1p.4.DESBUREAUX,CHARLESFRANCOIS. General deDivisionLSto:Rochambeau DuetothesituationinJacmel,Dieudonne'srequestshouldbeconsidered,sincehisownmenareweakafterSt.Louisandmustquella newinsurrectioninMiragoane.RenewsrequestforashiptobesenttoSt.Louis.1p.4.LALANCE,ColonelALSto:RochambeauReportspeace.GeneralDesbureauxhasleftforSt.Louistoattempttoreinstateorder.1p.4.

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994-1002CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS136994.an10,22fruct.1802,9Sept.L'Arcahie995.an10,22fruct.1802,9Sept.PortRepub1icain996.an10,22fruct.1802,9Sept.St.Marc997.an10,23fruct.1802,10Sept.LesCayes998.an10,23fruct.1802,10Sept.Petit-Goave999.an10,23fruct.1802,10Sept.Aquin1000.an10,23fruct.1802,10Sept.PetiteRiviere1001.an10,23fruct.1802,10Sept.PortRepub1icain1002.an10,23fruct.1802,10Sept.PortRepublicainPAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. GeneraL deBrigadeLSto:RochambeauOfficialreportofanextraordinarilysuccessfulmarchintheraintoL'Arcahiewith250soldiers.7pp.fOePANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Brigade.,CommandO:flt de laPlace LSto:RochambeauReportsnochange.1p.4.Ene.: pass\vord QUANTIN General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauConcernstheordersandthebehaviorofDessalines.3pp.fOeBERGER,LOUISMARIE.Chefde BrigadeL(copy)to: General deDivisionDesbureauxHesentoutapatroland \Vas attackedbytherebels.He, \Vith Lombard,succeededinmakingtheattackersflee,andtheypursuedthem.3pp.fOe(enc.ofno.1133)DELPECH,Chefde Bataillon LSto:RochambeauDailyreport.GratitudeforcomplimentaryreporttotheCapitaine general. 2pp.4.DESBUREAUX,CHARLESFRANCOIS. General deDivisionLSto:RoehambeauBitterreplytoordershereceivedfromLavalette,removinghimfromhiscommandofAquin,Cavai1lon,St.LouisandFonddesNegres,andplacingGeneralLa1anceinthispost.3pp.8voEnc.:copyofLavalette'sletter:seeno.965.DESSALINES,JEANJACQUES. General deDivisionL(copy)to:le General enchef[Leclerc]HehasproofsthatBelairistheleaderoftheinsurrection.Thisrebelandhis \Vife havecommitted barparian acts.2pp.fOe(enc.ofno. 1018)' PAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General deBrigadeLSto:Rochambeau RecommendsFourcade,hisaide-de-camp,forthepositionof de sinceheistoooldforactiveduty.1p.4.PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Brigade., Commandantdela Place LSto:Rochambeau

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137CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERSl002a-lOlO1002a.an10,23fruct.1802,10Sept.PortRepublicain1003.an10,24fruct.1802,11Sept.St.Marc1004.an10,24fruct.1802,11Sept.Port Repub licain1005.an10,24fruct.1802,11Sept.Petit-Goave1006.an10,24fruct.1802,11Sept.Leogane1007.an10,24fruct.1802,11Sept.Leogane1008.an10,24fruct.1802,11Sept.Port Repub licain1009.an10,24fruct.1802,11Sept.PortRepublicain1010.an10,25fruct.1802,12Sept.PortRepublicainReportsthehorsesarereadyfortravel.1p.4.PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Commandantde laPlace LSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements. 1p.4.BARBARIN,REYNAUD.ALSto:Rochambeau Announcesheisalreadyactiveinhisnewjobasinspecteur,aposttowhichhehasjustbeenappointed.1p.4.CANRON,Adjudantde laPlace ALSto: le Commandantde laPlace [Lavalette].Reportshisinterviewwiththeprisoners,CharlesBroleandMarieDepte.Theformerhasjustarrivedinthecolony;thelatterhasalreadybeenfoundinnocentbyPageot.1p.4.(enc.ofno.1009)DELPECH,ChefdeBataillonLSto:RochambeauReportsthatGrange,takenbyCasteraasarebel,wassenttoJacmel.TheGardenationaleisonpermanentduty.1p.fOePAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General de BrigadeLSto:Rochambeau Announceshisarrivalhere.Requestsadditionalammunitionandespeciallygunsfortheinhabitantsofthevillage.2pp.4.(twocopies)LSto:RochambeauReportssuccessfulattackontherebels.2pp.4.PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Commandantde laPlace LSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements. 2pp.4.LSto:RochambeauRequestsinstructionsregardingprisoners.1p.4.Enc.:letterfromCanron:seeno.1004.CHARREPION,ALSto: le Commandantde laPlace [Panisse]Expresseshisloyaltyandthatofhissectioninspiteofthecomplaintsmadebyoneoftheirnumber.2pp.4.

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1011-1017CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1381011.an10,25fruet.1802,12Sept.Les Cayes1011a.an10,29fruet.1802,16Sept.St.MarcDESBUREAUX,CHARLESFRANCOIS. General deDivisionL8to:RochambeauReportsthataboutfiftyrebelshavebeenkilled,tencapturedandhanged,andtherestarebeingcloselypursued.1p.fOeEne.: Ordre du jour FLEURY,D(copy).Reportsattackbythreecolumnsoftheenemy. ThefightwashardandthedetachmentoftheGendarmeriehadtwodeaths,butkilled two rebelsandtookmanyprisoners.ThatdetachmenthasretreatednowtothePierrePayeuhabitation.2pp.fOe(ene.ofno.1019)1012. 1013.1014.1015.an10,25fruet.1802,12Sept.[Le Cap an10,25fruct.1802,12Sept.Le Cap an10,25fruet.1802,12Sept.Leoganean10,25fruct.1802,12Sept.Leogane[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUELJ. General enchefD(draft).ListofnamesfortheofficesoftheCommissaire del'Etatcivilpresentedtothe Prefet colonial.2pp.fOeMILLOT,EALSto GivesinformationaboutthepoliticalsituationinFranceandinMartinique.SpeaksinpraiseofRochambeau'sactionsinSt.Domingue.3pp.4.PAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General deBrigadeL8to:Rochambeau AnnouncesthedeathofCitizenCastera,LieutenantdeGendarmerie,commanderofadetachmentstationedattheDeslandesplantation,and \vhose troopswerescattered follo\ving arebelattack.Thibault,CapitainedeGendarmerie,wasalsoovercomebyrebelsontheroadfromJacmeltoLeogane.TheCaptain'spersonalfatehasnotbeendetermined.AnnouncesthedesertionofallnegrosoldiersstationedattheBeauharnaisplantation.4pp.4.LSto:RochambeauReportsthatallappearstobepeacefulintheplainsofLeogane.Fiftygunsweredistributedtotrustworthycitizens.1p.4.1016.an10,25fruct.PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Brigade., Commandant1802,12Sept.delaPlacePortRepub1icainLSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements.1p.4.Ene.:password1017.an10,25fruct.PROTH,Adjudantde Place al'Anse-a-

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139CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1018-10251802,12Sept.PortRepublicain1018.an10,25fruct.1802,12Sept.St.Marc1019.an10,25fruct.1802,12Sept.St.Marc1020.an10,25fruct.1802,12Sept.Port-au-Prince1021.an 10, 25fruct.1802,12Sept.AuQuartierdu Generald'He ricourt1022.an10,26fruct.1802,13Sept.St.Marc1023.an10,26fruct.1802,13Sept.Petit-Goave1024.an10,26fruct.1802,13Sept.PortRepub1icainVeauLSto:RochambeauCallsformercyandjustifieshisbehavior,forwhichheisbeingpunished. 2 pp.4.QUANTIN ,General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauComplainsaboutthereproachmadetohimbytheGeneralforhavingletBelairescape.3pp.fOeEnc.:copyofaletterbyDessa1ines:seeno. 1000.ALSto:RochambeauDescribesmovementoftroopsandencounterswiththeenemy. 3pp.fOeEne.:copyofareportsenttohimbyFleury:seeno.lOlla.SIMOUR,JEANBAPTISTE.Chefdes Bureaux des DomainesnationauxALSto:RochambeauAnnouncesthatheissendinghima cow.1p.4.VAUGADIN,Adjudantau Generald'Hen-court ALSto: [General Boudet]DescribesthesituationofthedetachmentoftheloeColonialecomingfromPorteAbe:illnessanddeathhavedevastatedit.2pp.fOe(addressleaf)BERTET,Commandantd'Armes de la PlaceLSto:RochambeauRequeststobeallowedtoresignhispost.Givesseveralreasons:healthandotherdifficulties.2pp.4.DELPECH,ChefdeBataillonLSto:RochambeauReportsoninsurrectionatLeGrandGoave.Eightfarmersarrestedandshot.1p.4. JAUVIN" J L.Chef Sousprefet colonialALSto:Rochambeau Openssubjectoftheconditionofsomebuildingsanddwellings.2pp.4.(noteisfollowedbyacopyofaletterwrittenbyJauvin, General enchef,tothe Prefet colonial)1025.[an10J,26fruct.[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUELJ. General enchef[1802J,13Sept.D.Projectofdecreemakingthe Prefet co-

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1026-1034CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS140[Le Cap 1026.an 10, 26fruet.1802,13Sept.PortRepub1ieain1027.an10,26fruet.1802,13Sept.PortRepub1ieain1028.an 10, 26fruet.1802,13Sept.Mireba1ais1029.an10,27fruet.1802,14Sept.Grand Goave 1030.an10,27fruet.1802,14Sept.PortRepub1ieain1031.an10,27fruet.1802,14Sept.PortRepub1ieain1032.an10,27fruet.1802,14Sept.PortRepublieain1033.an10,27fruet.1802,14Sept.St.Mare1034.an10,27fruet.1802,14Sept.PorteMereeron lonial responsibleforallexpensesincurredbytheMarine.1p.fOeNERAUD,GILBERT.Chefd 'Escadron dela Gendar merieALSto:RoehambeauComplainsaboutanordergivenbyGeneralDessa1inestoCaptainAussenae;andaboutthesituationofthearmy.1p.4.PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Commcrado:at de la PlaceLSto:RoehambeauReportstroopmovements.1p.4.TROY,DAVID. Commandantde la3 e Legion de la GendarmerieALSto:RoehambeauGivesexcusesforhisconductandreportsthesituationinhisdepartement.3pp.4.DELPECH,ChefdeBataillonALSto:Pageot, General deBrigadeReportsslaughterofBretonville'stroopsatLeGrand Goave byrebelsofLaGrandeColline.2pp.fOe(addressleaf)GERARD,AdjudantauChefde BrigadePanisseLSto:RoehambeauReportsthathepresidedatthereviewoftheGardenationa1einabsenceofGeneralPanissee1p.4.NERAUD,GILBERT.Chef de laGendar merieLSto:RoehambeauRequeststheappointmentof Marechal BaillytotheformerpostofCaptainCastera,whohasbeenkilled.1p.4.PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Brigade., Commo:ndo:atde laPlace LSto:RoehambeauRequeststheGeneral'ssignatureforhismarriagecontract.1p.4.Ene.:letterbythenotaryQUANTIN General deDivisionALSto:RoehambeauReportsthenewdispositionshehasmade \-lith regardtopersonsandtroops.2pp.fOeWIET,Inspecteurde Culture de l 'Ar-rondissementdeCroixdes BouquetsLSto: Roeharnbeau

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141CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1035-1042an10,27fruct.1802,14Sept.HabitationMerceron1035.1036.an10,28fruct.1802,15Sept.Petit-GoaveAlthoughatthemomentthesituationiscalm,hesuggeststhatmilitaryactionsbetakenagainsttherebels.3pp.fOeWIET, Inspecteur de Culture de l'Arrondissementde Croix des BouquetsLSto: le Commandantdel'Arrondissement[PichotJ.Asksforacertificateofhisservicesinordertogetpaid.1p.4.(enc.ofno.1048)DELPECH,ChefdeBataillonLSto:RochambeauReportsontheinsurrectioninGrandGoave:Narisse,formerofficer of the8 eDemi-colonia1e,andHu1isse,bothrebelprisoners,havebeensentbysea.Requestsmoregunsandreinforcements.1p.fOe1037.an10,28fruct.1802,15Sept.PortRepub1icain1038.an10,28fruct.1802,15Sept.Mireba1ais1039.an10.28fruct.1802,15Sept.Aquin1040.an10,28fruct.1802,15Sept.St.Marc1041.an10,28fruct.1802,15Sept.Anse-a-Veau1042.an10,29fruct.1802,16Sept.PortRepub1icainGERARD,AdjudantauChefdeBrigadePanisseLSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements.1p.4.LAFRANCE,PAUL.Chefde BrigadeLSto:RochambeauReferstothesituationofthe Place: therewas askirmishwiththerebelsbutthingsaremuchbetterpresently;hehasfounda meansofscaringthemaway. 2pp.fOeLALANCE, Colonel ALSto:RochambeauReportsthatorderhasbeenre-estab1ished.RebelshaveretreatednearAnse-a-Veau.Oneleaderwasexecutedandfivehanged.RequeststheGeneraltorecommendhimtoGeneralLeclercforthepositionof Inspecteuraux Revues.1p.4.QUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauReportsmovementsoftroops;executionofprisoners.3pp.4.SEGRETTINE,ChefdeBataillonLSto:RochambeauStatesthatheissendingunderanarmedescorttheprisonerJeanL.Hu1isse.2pp.4.BERTRAND,Commissaire des Guerres LSto:RochambeauReportsthecomplaintofsomeofficersabouttheunsuitablequalityofbreaddistributedtothetroops.1p.fOe

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1043-1049CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS142Chefdu 1er Bataillondela1043.1044. 1045.1046.1047.1048.1049.an10,29fruct.1802,16Sept.LesCayesan10,29fruct.1802,16Sept.Port-au-Princean10,29fruct.1802,16Sept.Port-au-Princean10,29fruct.1802,16Sept.Leoganean10,29fruct.1802,16Sept.PortRepublicainan10,29fruct.1802,16Sept.CroixdesBouquetsan10,29fruct.1802,16Sept.L'ArcahieDESBUREAUX,CHARLESFRANCOIS. General deDivisionLSto: Rocharnbeau Renews requestthat t\VO\varships besenttoSt.Louis.He \ViII keep L'Intrepide untilitisreplacedbyanothership.3pp.4.Enc.: ordre du jour of22fructidor, \vhich statesthatallconducteursofplantationswho donotreportdisordersoccurringintheirdomainswillbearrestedandhangedasleadersoftheinsurrection. conduc teurs oftheRaymondplantationatSt.Louishavealreadysufferedthispunishment.JABLONOHSKI,LADISLAS. General de BrigadeALSto:Rochambeau RecommendsM.NozeilleforapositionintheGendarmerie.1p.4.JAUVIN, JL.Chefde Sous-prefet colonialLSto:Fontaine[secretaryofGeneralRochambeauJ.Issendingalistofhousesavailableandqualifiedtobeusedforleservice.1p.4.Enc.:lackingPAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General de BrigadeLSto:RochambeauReportsanddescribesrecentattacksontherebelsandtheseriousinjuryofAubry,ChefdeBataillon.3pp.4.PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde CommOYldant delaPlaceLSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements.2pp.4.Enc.: pass\\Tord PICHOT, GV.1ge Legere LSto:RochambeauIncludesaletterofcomplaintsbyCitizenWiet, Inspecteur de Culture,\.,ho hasneverbeenpaidforhisservices.1p.fa.(Ene.hasanotesignedbyPichot \.rhich verifies \vhat issaid).Enc.:seeno. 1035.ROY,Commandantdel'ArrondissementLSto:Rochambeau HasopenedtheletteraddressedtoGeneralLaMartinierebecausethislatterhasgonetothemountainstofighttherebels.He \\Till sendnewsassoonashecan.2pp.4.

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143CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1050-10571050.an10,30fruct.1802,17Sept.Petit-Goave1051.an10,30fruct.1802,17Sept.PortRepub1icain1052.an10,30fruct.1802,17Sept.Mireba1ais1053.an10,30fruct.1802,17Sept. Jeremie 1054.an10,30fruct.1802,17Sept.Leogane1055.an10,30fruct.1802,17Sept.Leogane1056.an10,1jourcomp1.1802,18Sept.PortRepub1icain1057.an10,1jourcomp1.1802,18Sept.St.MichelDELPECH,ChefdeBataillonALSto:RochambeauJousseaumeisbeingsentbyseaunderguard.Believeshewillsoonbeattackedbytherebels;requestsgunsandaninfantrydetachment.2pp.fOeSee also no.1069.GERARD,AdjudantauChefdeBrigadePanisseLSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovementsinabsenceofPanisse.2pp.40.Enc.:passwordLAFRANCE,PAUL.Chefde BrigadeLSto:RochambeauReportsthedevelopmentofthesituationinhis departement, referringespeciallytoactionsagainsttherebels.2pp.fOeMAXIE,GASPARD.Sous-lieutenantdu lerBataiZLon LSto:RochambeauRequeststhathebeallowedtoretirefrommilitaryservicesincehishealthisparticularlyweak.2pp.4.PAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General deBrigadeLSto:RochambeauReportsanimprovementinconditionofthewounded Directeurd'Artillerie, Aubry.RecommendsM.Ruby, acapitainedegendarmerie.1p.4.LSto:RochambeauGeneralDelpechhasevacuatedGrand Goave underarebelattack.HehasorderedDelpechtomarchtowardsBourg.Dessources,CommandantofGrand Goave, was woundedandfellintothehandsoftheenemy. 2pp.4.BERTRAND,Commissaire des Guerres LSto:Rochambeau Areportofgoodsreceived,andtheannouncementofadeliveryofshoesandshirtstothetroops.1p.fOeLECONSEILDESNOTABLESDELACOMMUNEDEST.MICHEL.LSto:Rochambeau ArequestfromthreeofthenotablesofthecommunetojointheGardeindefendingthecountry.Theyalsoaskforgunsandmilitarysupplies.1p.fOe(signedbyColom-

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1058-1066CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERSbel,Lamothe,andD.Lujuin)1441058.an10,1jourcomp1.1802,18Sept.Petit-Goave1059.an10,1jourcomp1.1802,18Sept.St.Marc1060.an10,1jourcomp1.1802,18Sept.Le Cap 1061.an10,1jourcomp1.1802,18Sept.Le Cap 1062.an10,1jourcomp1.1802,18Sept.Le Cap 1063.an10,1jourcomp1.1802,18Sept.LeCap 1064.an10,1jourcomp1.1802,18Sept.Le Cap 1065.an10,1jourcomp1.1802,18Sept.Leogane1066.an10,1jourcomp1.1802,18Sept.PortRepub1icainDELPECH,ChefdeBataiZZonL8to:Rochambeau TheBourgofLeGrand Goave wasassaultedbyagreatnumberofinsurgents, repelledandhavetakenrefugeatnearbyNouges.HehasestablishedapostneartheTosiuplantation.Asksformenandammunition.3pp.4.JORAND,Capitainede lre CZasse au 3 e BataiZZonde la 71e Brigade ALSto:Rochambeau Announcesthedeathofthe Chef deBatailloninSt.Marc.Requeststhathissuccessorbeappointedassoonaspossible.1p.4.[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefAD(draft).DecreeestablishingaGardenationa1etomaintainorderandpeace.Invariousarticlesgivestheorganizationofthiscorps.4pp.fOe AD(draft).Decreeestablishingthattheactsofnotarywhicharenecessarytorecoverconfiscatedpropertybeperformedbeforeajudge.Fourarticlesdetailtheregulations.1p.fOeLECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL. General enchefADS(draft).DecreereorganizingtheGardenationa1e.2pp.fOe[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUELJ. General enchefAD(draft).Ordinanceconcerninghorseowners:theywillbeconsideredpartofa companyofdragoons.3pp.fOeLECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL. General enchefADS(draft).Ordinanceconcerningtheprotectionofproprietorsloyaltothegovernmentandpunishmentofthoseagainstit.2pp.fa.PAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General de Brigade LSto:Rochambeau Announcessuccessfulattackonrebels.1p.4.PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Corrmandant de laPlace LSto: Rochambeau Thereexistsaconfusionofnamesconcerning

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145CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1067-10741067.an10,1jour compl. 1802,18Sept.PortRepublicain1068.an10,2jourcompl.1802,19Sept.Jacme11069.an10,2jourcomp1.1802,19Sept.Abordde"La Guerriere" 1070.an10,2jourcomp1.1802,19Sept.LeCap 1071.an10,2jourcomp1.1802,19Sept.Le Cap 1072.an10,2jourcomp1.1802,19Sept.Le Cap 1073.an10,2jourcomp1.1802,19Sept.St.Marc1074.an10,3jourthecapitainede gendarmeriewhohasbeentakenprisoner:hisrealnameisD'Air,andnotL'A1lemand.1p.4.PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Brigade:J Commandantde laPlace LSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements.1p.4.(addressleaf)LECONSEILDESNOTABLESDEJACMEL.LSto:RochambeauReportthepresentdisastroussituationintheir departement: itisespeciallydangerousasaresultofseveralrevoltsinthefields.Theyrequesthelp.2pp.4.(signedbyTheuret,Doucet,andAcquart)JOUSSEAUME,DETOUCHE.Capitainede laGendarmerie ALSto:RochambeauDefendshimselfagainsttheincriminationsofGeneralLaplumewithrespecttothedefenseofSt.Louis.3pp.fOeEne.:certificatesignedbythecitizensofLaGrandeCo11ineandbythemembersoftheMunicipa1ited'Aquin,approvingtheconductofJousseaume.Seealsono.1050.[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUELJ. General enchefAD(draft).DecreecreatingalineofdivisionintheportforanchorageofforeignandFrenchships.1p.fOeEnc.:letterfromCapitainedeVaisseauClementtoLeclerc,sendinghimareport(whichisincluded):seeno. 677. AD(draft).DecreedeclaringSt.Domingue afranchisedport.1p.fOe---'D(draft).DecreeestablishingthattheGreffeduTribunalmustregisterdocumentsconcerningthesaleofproperties.BythisdecreeCitizensJorezandMoutetareappointedashuissiers.1p.fOeQUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauReportstheactionsinwhicheachunitisengaged.4pp.fOeDESSALINES,JEANJACQUES. General deDivision

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1075-1082CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS146campI.1802,20Sept.HabitationPujal1075.an10,3jourcampI.1802,20Sept.Leogane1076.an10,3jourcomp1.1802,20Sept.LesVerrettes1077.an10,4jourcampI.1802,21Sept.Aquin1078.an10,4jourcompl.1802,21Sept.PortRepublicain1079.an10,4jourcompl.1802,21Sept.St.Marc1080.an10,5jourcampI.1802,22Sept.Petit-Goave1081.an10,5jourcompl.1802,22Sept.St.Marc1082.an10,5jourcomp1.1802,22Sept.St.MarcLSto:LeclercExpressestheneedofmovingtowardLaMarmelade.Itistheonlywaytodefeattherebels.Heneedstoseehim.. 3pp.fo.PAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General deBrigadeLSto:RochambeauReportsthatDe1pechcannolongerdefendLeGrandGoave.RequeststhattroopsenroutetoPort-au-Prince,butanchorednearLeoganebecauseofbadweather,besentimmediatelytohelpCommandantDelpech.Beynet \Vas capturedbytherebels.2pp.4.PLANTEAU,ChefdeBataillonL(copy)to: leGeneral deDivisionQuantinReportsthatthedetachmentswhich \Vere outfightinghavecomeback.Repussardhasmetanddefeatedtheenemy. Needssupplies.1p.fa.(enc.ofno.1079)LALANCE, General LSto:[Rochambeau]ReportsonmeasurestakentoprotecthispostfromtherebelsofJacme1.CriticizesDieu donne andDrouinfornotmaintainingpeace.ElevenrebelswerehangedSunday.2pp.4.PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Brigade.,COTTUnOYldant de la PlaceLSto: RochaIDbeau Reportstroopmovements.1 9. 4.QUANTIN General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauIssendinga copyofaletterfromtheCommandantofLesVerrettes,andofonehewrotetoDessa1ines.2pp.fOe(addressleaf)Enc.:seeno. 1076.DELPECH,Chefde Bataillon LSto:RochambeauReportsheavyrebelattack.ThanksforthebrigLeLodiandtheLegionPolonaise.Itisreportedthatlargerebeltroopsareassemblingtoattackagain.1p.fa.QUANTIN General deDivisionLSto:RochambeauDescribesDuquesne'spersonality.2pp.4.LSto:RochambeauReportsthearrivalofDuquesnewith140men. 1p.fa.(addressleaf)

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147CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPE-RS1083-l089a1083.an11,1vend.1802,23Sept.St.Marc1084.an11,1vend.1802,23Sept.Le Cap Fran<;ais 1085.an11,1vend.1802,23Sept.PortRepublicain1086.an11,1vend.1802,23Sept.[St.Marc]1087.an11,2vend.1802,24Sept.Petit Goave 1088.an11,2vend.1802,24Sept.Port-au-Prince1089.an11,2vend.1802,24Sept.Bordeaux(France)1089a.an11,3vend.1802,25Sept.CampCruzeauDARAM,Habitantde la Petite Riviere ALSto:Rochambeau Apetitionforexemptionfrommilitarydutybecauseofillness;howeverhewishestoremainintheserviceasa"guide."2pp.4.L'ALLEMAND,FRANCOIS. Aide-de-camp du General JunotALSto:RochambeauForwardsaletterwrittenfromParisbyMme.Rochambeauwhichhewassupposedtodeliverlongago.1p.4.Enc.:lackingPANISSE, PIERRE.Chef de Commandantde laPlace LSto:RochambeauReportsclean-upoperationsagainsttherebels.2pp.4.QUANTIN General deDivisionL(copy)to:DessalinesAssertsthatDessalinesisnotexpressingQuantin'sownfeelings.Heneverwillabandonhispost.HissenseofhonourtooprofoundtodowhatDessalinesisasking.1p.fOe(enc.ofno.1234)DELPECH,Chef deBataillonLSto:RochambeauHehasbeenobligedtogatheralltheGardenationaleforthedefenseofthecityonanemergencybasis.Theyarepeoplewithoutresourcesandhehasfedthemwiththemilitarysupplies.HeexpectstheapprovaloftheGeneralforcontinuingtodoso.1p.4.HUIN,CHRISTOPHE.Chefde Brigade ALSto:RochambeauRegretsnotbeingabletovisitinpersonbecauseofillhealth.Expresseshispleasureonagainservingunderhisorders.2pp.4.PAPIN, E_LSto:RochambeauThankinghimforthewelcomegiventohisuncle.Givesexpressionsofhisdevotionandoffershisservicesasacommercialrepresentative.2pp.4.(dupl.copysigned)CANGE,Commandantenchefde l'Armee L(copy)to:AlexiValeme,commandant l'ArmeeaLeogane. Requestsmunitions,men,and

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1090-1095CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERSsugarforthesick.1p.fOe(enc.ofno.1176)1481090.an11,3vend.1802,25Sept.LesCayes1091.an10[i..e.11],3vend.1802,25Sept.Le Cap 1092.an11,4vend.1802,26Sept. Jeremie 1093.an11,4vend.1802,26Sept.PortRepublicain1094.an11,4vend.1802,26Sept.[Le Cap 1094a.an11,4vend.1802,26Sept.[LeCap 1095.an11,4vend.1802,26Sept.DESBUREAUX,CHARLESFRANCOIS. General deDivisionLSto:RochambeauReportsthatthe4 eLegiondeGendarmerieisorganizedandunderthecommandofChefde BrigadeNerette.Reorganizationoftroops.3pp.40 [LECLERC,VICTOR General enchefD(draft).Decreewhichorderstheconfiscationofallthoseshipswhichviolatedtheregulationsofcoastaltrade.1p.fOeBERNARD,JOSEPH.Chefde Brigade.,Commo:ado:at de laPlace LSto:RochambeauGeneral Jablono1;-lski, verysick '-lith gout,hasplacedhimincommandofthearrondissement.1p.fOeCANRON,Adjudantde laPlace ADS.ReportsonhismarchtowardstheGuiberthabitationandthatofGrandFond,wherehefoundmanyrebelswhopreparedfiveambushes,butheputthemtoflight.HecontinuedhismarchfurtherthanMorneRouge,leavingbehindmanyenemiesinjuredanddead.Becausehistroopslackedfoodandsupplieshedecidedtoreturn.2pp.fOe(enc.ofno.1102)[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefAL(draft)to:NapoleonBonaparte, Premier ConsulCommentsaboutsupplieshavebeensent,aswellassamples.Theshirtsareenormous,shoesdonotlast,hatsdisintegratewhentheygetwet.Hehassenta proces-verbal totheMinistrede laMarine tellingofthebadqualityofsuppliesinfoodandotherarticlesforthehospitals.1p.fOe -----:-' AL(draft)to: le de laMarine Hefearsthataletterfromthe aboutthedifficultiesbetweenGeneralRichepanseandGeneralBoudetconcerningGuadeloupehasarrivedinSt.Domingue.HehasforbiddenGeneralLatouchetocirculateit.1p.fOe---'ALD(draft)to: le PremierConsul

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149CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1096-11021096.1097.1098.1099.1100.1101.1102.LeCap an11,4vend.1802,26Sept.LeCap an11,4vend.1802,26Sept.[Le Cap an11,4vend.1802,26Sept.Le Cap an11,4vend.1802,26Sept.LeCap an11,4vend.1802,26Sept.PortRepub1icainan11,4vend.1802,26Sept.LesCayesan11,4vend.1802,26Sept.PortRepub1icainIsforwardingtwoletters,onefromtheMinistredeMarinetothe Prefet maritimeofBrest,andtheotherfromthelattertoGeneralLatouchedealingwiththedifferenceswhichhavearisenbetweenGeneralsBoudetandRichepanse.HehasforbiddenLatouchetocirculateorpublishsuchamalevolentletter,whichtendstoincreasetheexasperationofofficerswiththearmy.Isdisgusted.2pp.fOeEnc.:lackingLECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL. General enchefALSto: General ClauzelHehasrequestedthattherecordsof Felix, ChefdeBataillon,besenttothedivision.1p.fOe[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUELJ. General enchefAL(draft)to: le Ministrede laGuerre Informshimthatthelasttwo inspecteurs auxrevueshavedied.Asksthatreplacementsbesent.1p.fOe---'AL(draft)to: le Ministrede laMarine Repliesindetailtohisletterof9thermidortouchingonthesubjectsofToussaint,deportations,lossesofthearmy,thePryta nee, healthofficers,hospitals,transportation,thepoliticalsituation,the naVy, artillery,corpsofengineers,organizationofthecolony,negrogenerals,the Prefet, etc.4pp.fOeALto: le Ministrede laMarine Issendingalistofreinforcementsreceived,troopsandships.Hepreferstoreceivetherestwhentherainyseasonisover.2pp.fOeNERAUD,GILBERT.Chef d'EscadronALSto:RochambeauReportsthearrivalofCitizenRuin,towhomhehasgivencommandoftheLegion.1p.4.NERETTE,ChefdeBrigadeDS. Adetailedsketchofthecompositionofthe4 eLegiondeGendarmerieinLesCayes.2pp.fo.PANISSE,PIERRE.Chefde Commandantde laPlace L8to:Rochambeau

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1103-1109CALENDAROF ROCHAMEEAU PAPERS Fonvards reportofengagement 1\;rith rebelforces.3pp.4.Enc.:seeno. 1093.1501103.an11,5vend.1802,27Sept. Jeremie 1104.an 11, 5vend.1802,27Sept. Jeremie 1105.an 11, 5vend.1802,27Sept.LeFondBaptiste1106.an 11, 5vend.1802,27Sept.LeFondBaptiste1107.[an11],5vend.[1802], 27 Sept.[LeCap 1108.[an11],5vend.[1802],27Sept.[LeCap 1109.an 11, 5vend.1802,27Sept.LesCayesBERNARD,JOSEPH.Chefde Commandant dela Place LSto:PavarangeAsksthattherequestofCitizenLasalletoestablishhimselfasnotaryin Jeremie beconsidered.1p.fOeLSto:RochambeauReportsthatfivenegroeswerehangedinthepublicmarketplacebyorderofGeneralJablonowskiforparticipationinseveralmurders.1p.fa.LAMARTINIERE,ChefdeBataillondela68e Demi-brigadeLSto:RochambeauExpressesregretforhavinglefthispostaccordingtoordersofGeneralLavalettebeforereceivingwordofRochambeau'scampaign,inwhichhehadwantedtoparticipate.2pp.40.LSto:RochambeauReportsonmeasurestakenforthedisarmamentofslavesandfortheirreturntoworkontheirrespectiveplantations.3pp.4.[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General en chefAD(draft)to:NapoleonBonaparte, Premier Consul.Describessituationofthearmy:wrongideaexistsinEuropeofthecountryandofthemenwithwhomtheyhavetofight.Asksfor10,000meninthreemonths.2pp.fOe ----:-' AD(draft)addressedto:leMinistredela Includesthree whichtestifytothebadconditionofarticlesbroughtbytheships Espoirand Alexandre. Alsoheshouldhavereceivedthe proces-verbal onthedeficitoftheshipAfricain.1p.fa.NERETTE,Chefdela4 e Legion de laGendarmerie LSto:RochambeauReportsonthestateofhistroops.Requestsmorearmsandclothing.AwaitsthetwohundredEuropeansoldierspromisedhimbythe

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151CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERSGeneral.1p.4.1110-11171110.an11,5vend.1802,27Sept.PortRepub1icainPANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Commandantde la PlaceLSto:RochambeauDefection to therebelsofsome membersofamilitarydetachment;arrestanddetentionoftheremainingmembersofthisunit.1p.4.Commandantde la Gardena-forhistroopstoaplacereunitedinactivewarfare.rebels'mountaincropsbefOe(addressleaf)1111.1112.1113. 1114.1115.1116.1117.an11,5vend.1802,27Sept.LesVerrettesan11,6vend.1802,28Sept. Jeremie an11,6vend.1802,28Sept.Abordde lafre gate"LaSurveillance"an11,6vend.1802,28Sept.[LeCap an11,6vend.1802,28Sept.Le Cap an11,7vend.1802,29Sept. Jeremie an11,7vend.1802,29Sept. Jeremie REPUSSARD,FAUSTIN.tionaleLSto:RochambeauRequeststransferwheretheycanbeSuggeststhatthedestroyed.2pp.BERNARD,JOSEPH.Chefde Commandantde la PlaceLSto:RochambeauReportsonthesurpriseattackbyinsurgentsatLes FondsRouges.Fiveplantations(Carin,Paroty,Farouilh,Taurias,andLaFresnay)wereburnedandthetenantsmurdered.2pp.fOeBOYER, AdJudant (aunomdeHenriBarre,Capitainede commandantles Forces navales)LSto:[RochambeauJReportsontheentranceintheportoftheSt. Pierre, fromMonteChrist.1p.4.[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefD(draft).DecreeappointingCitizenLegrandas Enseigneattache dePortCap.1p.fOe---'D.DecreeconfirmingCaptainAntoineGari-seauasCapitainede Port in Jeremie. 1p.fOeEnc.:lettersofrecommendationinfavorofGariseauBERNARD,JOSEPH.Chefde Commandantde la PlaceLSto:Rochambeau AnnouncesthedeathofGeneralJablonowskiasaresultofanattackofgout.1p.fa.LSto:RochambeauReportsthattherebels who recentlyburnedseveralcottagesinLesFonds Rougeshavebeenforcedtoretreat.Theslavesremaining

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1118-1125CALENDAROF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS1521118.an11,7vend.1802,29Sept.LesCayes1119.an11,7vend.1802,29Sept.LesCayes1120.an11,7vend.1802,29Sept.Port-au-Prince1121.an11,7vend.1802,29Sept. Jeremie 1122.an11,7vend.1802,29Sept.St.Marc1123.an11,8vend.1802,30Sept. Jeremie 1124.an11,8vend.1802,30Sept. Jeremie 1125.an11,8vend.1802,30Sept.ontheplantations '\Vho\Vere accomplicesinthesecrimes '\ViII behangedinpublic.1p.fOeDESBUREAUX,CHARLESFRANCOIS. General de Divi sionALSto:Rochambeau AcknowledgmentofRochambeau'sletterof3vendemiaire;assurancethattheGeneral'ssuggestionsconcerningthetreatmentoftherebelshavebeentakenintoconsideration.1p.4.LSto:Dommage,ChefdeBrigadeAskshimtoremain '\Vith GeneralJablonowskiandtouse all theexperiencehehasacquired.Mentionsletter '\Vritten byRochambeautoDommage.3pp.fOe(addressleaf)FRESSINET, PHILIBERT. General deBrigadeALSto:RochambeauReportshisrecoveryfromillnessandhisreturntoduty.HeisplanningtogoforinspectiontoCroixdesBouquets.1p.4.[JABLONOHSKI],PERROT. l1adame ALSto:Rochambeau AnnouncesthedeathofGeneralJablonowskiandrequestsfinancialassistanceforherownreturntoFrance.2pp.4.QUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauReportsmovementoftroops,andmakesaccusationsagainstDessalines.2pp.fOeBERNARD,JOSEPH.Chefde Cornmo:rzdant de laPlace LSto:RochambeauHehasbeenobligedtoarrestChefde whoisendangeredbythedepositionsofJeanPanier.HeissendingbothprisonerstotheGeneralindifferentshipsunderheavyguardtoavoidcommunicationbetweenthem.2pp.fa.Seealsono. 1147.LSto: Rocharnheau RequeststhattroublemakerPetitgobeheldinPortRepub1icain,andhisfamilysenttoFrance.1p.fOeBRUNET,JEANBAPTISTE. deDivisionLSto: leGeneral en chef [Leclerc]

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153CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1126-1131LeGrasMorne1126.an11,8vend.1802,30Sept.LesCayes1127.an11,8vend.1802,30Sept.[Le Cap Fran9ais] 1128.an11,8vend.1802,30Sept.[LeCap 1129.an11,9vend.1802,1Oct.Plaisance1130.an11;9vend.1802,1Oct.Gros Morne1131.an11,9vend.1802,1Oct.LesCayesHeisnotasuneasyabouttherebels;thereiscertainlyaneedoftroops.Illnesshastakenabigtoll.Dessa1inesknowsheisneeded;hewilldoeverythingtoobtainpeaceontheisland.3pp.fOe(partlyincipherwithinterlineartranslation)DESBUREAUX,CHARLESFRANCOIS. General deDivisionALSto:Rochambeau AnnouncesthedeathofGeneralJablonowski.Rebelsareplanninganinsurrection.OrdershavebeengiventoGeneralLalametoproceedto Jeremie. 3pp.8vo.[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefD(draft).Decreewhichcertifiesthatthoseresponsible for reconstructionsofhousesburnedin1793,andburnedagainon15 and 16pluvioselast,havenorightsagainsttheownersforwhatthelattermightstillowetothemforthefirstreconstruction;howevertheownerscouldbeobligedtopayiftheysignedacontractbeforethefire.3pp.fOeEne.:petitionfromthehouseownersLECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL. General enchefALSto: General C1auselSendsplanfororganizationofthecolonialtroopsanddistributionofofficers.3pp.fOeBRUNET,JEANBAPTISTE. General deDivisionALSto: General enchef[Leclerc]Assoonashehadgivenordersfortheattackhereceivednews fromDessa1inesthatGeneralDugua wasannouncingthecaptureofSt.Jacques.The 300menpromisedforPortdePaixwillbedistributedasconvenient.1p.fOe(partlyincipherwithinterlineartranslation)LSto: General chef[Leclerc]Blamesthe Inspecteur de Culture fortherequestforsilver.HehimselfhasaskedDessalinestojoinhiminGras Morne;heprefersthatthe300menrequestedcomeatthetimeasDessalinessothathecandepart.Heismakingcontinuedreconnaissanceofthearea.2pp.fa.DESBUREAUX,CHARLESFRANCOIS. General deDivisionALSto:Rochambeau

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1132-1137CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1541132. an 11,9vend.1802,1Oct.LesCayes1133.an11,10vend.1802,2Oct.Les Cayes1134.an11,10vend.1802,2Oct. Jeremie 1135.an11,10vend.1802,2Oct. Jeremie 1136.an11,10vend.1802,2Oct. Jeremie 1137.an11,10vend.1802,2Oct.[n.p.]ForthepasteightdaysGeneralLevaisseauxandtheshipL'Intrepide,beingorderedtoreturntoPortRepub1icain,havenotbeenabletoraiseheranchorsforlackofman pO\Ver. HehasthereforesenttoLevaisseaux100blacksfromtheprisonstohelp. La Clorindehasarrived.1p.8 vo DESBUREAUX,CHARLESFRANCOIS. General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauReportsgeneralpeaceintheareawiththeexceptionofsmallmaraudingbandsthatcontinuetocrossoverfromBenet.2pp.8voBERGER,LOUIS Chefde Commandantd'ArmesLSto:Rochambeau AnnounceshehasarrestedCoupet, Adjointa l'Etat major andemployeeofGeneralDesbureaux,andhassenthimtoPortRepub1icainonLaRosalie.2pp.fOeEne.:copyofaletterfromBergertoDesbureaux:seeno. 997.BERNARD,JOSEPH.Chefde COm!7l(T./ldant de la PlaceLSto:RochambeauHehassenttotheGeneralsixteenprisonersstronglysuspectedofconspiringintheburningofLesFondsRouges.AlsospeaksofthetreasonandsubsequentarrestofDommage.2pp.fOeEne.:listofprisonerssenttoPort-auPrinceDESARGUES,Aide-de-camp du General de BrigadeALSto:RochambeauAnnouncesthedeathofGeneral Jab10no\vski. 1p.4.HERTAUX,Chefdu ler Bataillonde la 90e Demi-brigadeLSto:RochambeauReportsthathisbattalionconducteditselfadmirablyduringtherecent affair in Jere mie.1p.4.LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL. General enchefALSto: General C1auselHelearnedthatGeneralDessalineshadnotbeeninMarmelade,thereforethislatterhasnotmarchedtowardsDondon.He(Leclerc)isveryuneasyabout"this.1p.fo.

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155CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1138-11451138. 1139.1140. 1141. 1142. 1143. 1144.1145.an11,10vend.1802,2Oct.Jacme1an11,10vend.1802,2Oct.Bordeaux(France)an11,10vend.1802,2Oct.LesCayesan11,11vend.1802,3Oct.Le Cap an11,11vend.1802,3Oct.LesCayesan11[?J,11vend.1802[?J,3Oct.Quartier general d'Estaingan11,11vend.1802,3Oct.Quartier general d'Estaingan11,11vend.1802,3Oct.Quartier general d'EstaingPAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General de Brigade LSto:Rochambeau Announcesthedepartureoftwenty-fivesoldiersaboardtheschoonerLes Deux Amis.Requestsmoreammunitionandmoneytofilltheneedsofhisgarrison.2pp.4.PIERRE,Commissaire general dePoliceLSto:Rochambeau RecommendsM.AlexandreRicord,anidealisticyoungadventurer.3pp.4.VASSAL,JEANFRANCOISLOUIS.LSto:RochambeauAslegaladvisorofCitizenDe1aunayhereportshisclient'ssituationwithrespecttoacertaininheritance;asksforjustice.2pp.fOeEnc.:listofeffectsdepositedbyVassalintheArsenalDAURE,HECTOR. Prefet colonialde laPartie del'OuestLSto: leGeneral enchef[Leclerc]Hewouldliketobringtohisattentionsome namesfortheseveralpostsofcommissaireresponsibleforkeepingthe Registpe del'Etatcivil,ifthesevacancieshavenotalreadybeenfilledbythedecreeof25fructidor.2pp.fOeEne.:a copyDESBUREAUX,CHARLESFRANCOIS. General deDivisionLSto:Dommage,ChefdeBrigade aJeremie Commandinghimtoreportimmediatelywithhisdemi-brigadetoLesCayes,eitherbywayofreturningshipsoronfoot.2pp.8voLECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL. General enchefALSto: General ClauselTherebelsintendtocapturethepositionPierreMichelneartheCap.ReportsGeneralClairvaux'sdeparture.1p.fOeLSto: General ClauselHaslearnedthatrebelsareoccupying Limbe andthatcommunicationswithPlaisancehavebeencut.1p.fOeALSto: General ClauselIssendingadefinitiveorderissuedafterhistourofthecountry.1p.fOeEnc.:lacking

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1146-1153CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1561146.1147.1148.1149.1150.1151.1152.1153.an11,11vend.1802,3Oct.Le Cap an11,12vend.1802,4Oct. Jeremie an11,12vend.1802,4Oct.Habitation"GrandBois"an11,12vend.1802,4Oct.Jacme1an11,12vend.1802,4Oct.St.Marc an11,13vend.1802,5Oct.LesCayesan11,13vend.1802,5Oct.Mireba1aisan11,13vend.1802,5Oct.Le Cap MOULUT,ANTOINE.Chefde BrigadeALSto:RochambeauRequeststheGeneral'sassistanceincashingin9000francsworthofsugarreceivedinpaymentforworkoftheCorpsduGenie.1p.fa.BERNARD,JOSEPH.Chefde Brigade"Commando:atdela Place LSto:RochambeauReportsthecaptureofJeanPanier,leaderoftherebels;thegreatshockcausedbythearrestofGeneralDommage. 2pp.fa.Ene.:threedocumentsconfirmingtheguiltofDommage.Seealsono. 1123.DESSALINES,JEANJACQUES. General deDivisionLSto: General [Leclerc]Givesadetailedaccountofhisrecentoperationagainsttherebels,andsurveysthecurrentsituation.3pp.4.PAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General de BrigadeLSto:RochambeauAcknowledgesthereceiptofammunitionbroughtbytheshipBayonnaiseandbyaschoonerfromLesCayes.Reportssuccessfulattackontherebels.2pp.4.QUANTIN General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauReportsthathehasbeenorderedbythe General en chef toleaveforLaHarmelade,andthereforehewillrecallhistroops;hasleftDuguaincharge.GeneralDessalineshasleftforArtibonite.2pp.4. BERGER, LOUISBERGER.Chefde Brigade" Commandant d'ArmesLSto:RochambeauReportsthatM.Faugashasbeensecretlyplacedinprison,accordingtotheGeneral'sorders.1p.4.LAFRANCE,PAUL.ChefdeBrigade" Inspectev..r de Culture LSto:RochambeauReportsonsuccessfulmarchledbyDavidTroyandhimselfagainstrebels.Describestheaction.3pp.fa.[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General en chef D.DecreeappointingtheCommissairesdel'Etat civil intheDepartementsdu NordandSud.1p.fa.

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157CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERSEnc.:afinalcopyofthelist1154-11601154. 1155.1156.1157.1158.1159.1160.an11,13vend.1802,5Oct.Le Cap an11,13vend.1802,5Oct.Aquinan11,14vend.1802,6Oct.Petit-Goavean11,15vend.1802,7Oct.PortRepublicainan11,15vend.1802,7Oct.St.Dominguean11,15vend.1802,7Oct.Le Cap an11,15vend.1802,7Oct.PortRepublicain[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefD(draft).Decreegivingpermissionforcoastaltrade,andhowitmaybeeffected.1p.fOeNERETTE,Chefde Brigade3 Chefde la 4 e Legion deGendarmerieLSto:RochambeauExpresseshispleasureuponhearingoftheGeneral'sreturntoLesCayes.1p. DELPECH,Chefde Bataillon3 Commandantd'ArrondissementLSto:Rochambeau TherebelshavewithdrawntothemountainsofLeGrandGoave;peacereignsinhiscity.InsurgentsappeartobeverynearLeogane.1p.4.LEDIRECTEURDELASUBSISTANCEMILITAIREDUDEPARTEMENTD'OUEST.L(copy)to:Lauye,Garde magasinAnydistributionoffoodwhichcontradictsthedecreeof27messidorwillnotbecreditedtohisaccount.Itisanirregularprocedure.1p.4.(enc.ofno.1164)LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL. General enchefAL(draft)to: le Ministrede la Marine[Decres].ThecoloniesofMartiniqueandGuadeloupearetradinginslaves.FiveshipsleftMartiniqueforPortoCabellotooffernegroesforsale.TheSpanishgovernmentrefusedtoacceptthiscommerceandbecausetheyweresoldbycontrabandtheSpanishbelievetheFrenchwanttoinfesttheirland.Relationshavebecomecoldandwillinfluencenegotiationstoobtainneededmulesandhorses.1p.fOe(samepagecontainsdraftofanotherletterofsamedatetosamepersontellingthat398menarrivedonLaSybilleAntoinette,landinginGuadeloupe)ALSto:Berthier,Ministrede laGuerre Vividaccountofhisdesperatesituation:Begsfornewtroopsbecausehisarmyhasbeencompletelydecimatedbytheepidemic.1p.fOePANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Brigade" Commandantde laPlace ALSto:RochambeauSendsaccountofgarrisonmilitaryactivity.

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1161-1166CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1581161.an11,16vend.1802,8Oct.St.Marc1162.an11,17vend.1802,9Oct.PortdePaix1163.an11,17vend.1802,9Oct.Petit-Goave1164.an11,17vend.1802,9Oct.Petit-Goave1165.an11,17vend.1802,9Oct.LeCap 1166.an11,17vend.Isconcernedaboutthelonglackof ne't;vs from Rochambeau. Feelsthattherebelsareessentiallydefeated.3pp.4.Ene.:reportfromthePlaceatPortRepublicainQUANTIN General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauReportshowhistroopsandhisofficersaredoing.2pp.fOeBRUNET,JEANBAPTISTE. General deDivisionLSto:LeclercMarchedonthe12thtoattackonthe13th.Allthecolumnswereorderedtomarch,butthatofPilatewas adaylate. Horpas arrivedintimeandaccomplishedtheinstructions.Onthe15ththetroopsundertheconunandofChefde BrigadeMagnyarrivedandtheyhadorderstoharassconstantlytherebelsuntilallwasfinishedinPortdePaix.With600 menhe(Brunet)movedtoLeCalvaireandoccupiedit.AftersendingformunitionstoPortdePaixhismenhadtoreturnwithoutthembecausetheywereattacked.Nowheisonthedefensive.1p.fOe(addressleaf)DELPECH,ChefdeBatai llonCormna:ado:at deZ'ArrondissementLSto:RochambeauAnnouncesthattherebelshavereturnedtotheirfirstpostontheDantisplantation.Reportsthathehasjustsentadetachmentintheirpursuit.2pp.4.LSto:RochambeauReportsthenecessityofdistributingrationsofbreadandmeattothecolonialtroopsaswellasEuropeantroopsbecauseoflackofcurrency.GeneralPageothasusedthismethodandhehimselfwillcontinuetodoso.Needsauthorizationforthisandtocovertheresponsibilityofthe Garde magasin.2pp.4.Enc.:letterfromthe Directeur deSvsistancemilitairerequestingthattheGeneralgiveauthorizationfortheabove:seeno.1157.[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. GeneraZ enchefAD(draft).DecreeappointingCitizenCoehereIasLieutenantdePort.1p.fOe

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159CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1167-11751802,9Oct.LeCap AD(draft).2pp.fOeDecreeregulatingcoastaltrade.(withfinaldraft)1167.1168.1169.1170.1171.1172.an11,18vend.1802,10Oct.Corai1an11,19vend.1802,11Oct.Abordde lafre gate"La Guerriere" an11,19vend.1802,11Oct.Leoganean11,19vend.1802,11Oct.LeCap an11,19vend.1802,11Oct.LeCap an11,19vend.1802,11Oct.LeCap MAFFRAND,Capitainede lalre Compagnie de GendarmerieALS'to:Rochambeau ThankstheGeneralforhisassistance.1p.4.BRUNET,JEANBAPTISTE. General deDivisionALSto:LeclercHehasseenGeneralDugua:theyplannedtheattackforthenextday.TherebelspersistinkeepingLe GrandFort.Todaytheypreparedtheattack.Hewillreporttheresults.2pp.4.LACOSSE,Commandantde LaPlace LSto:Rochambeau AnnouncesthathehasrequestedarmsandotherprovisionsfromGeneralLavaletteatPort-au-Prince.1p.4.Enc.:a summaryofthestateofmilitarysuppliesinLeogane[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefD.DecreeappointingCitizenWanteasSous prefet fortheDepartementduSud.1p.fOe---'D.DecreeappointingCitizenFromageasCommissaire des GuerresdesecondeClasse.1p.fOe---'L(draft)to:CitoyenVermonetGivesinstructionsforhis inCuba:heistolearnthefacts,presenttheclaimtothegovernmentofCuba,andbringbackallinformationaboutCubaandotherSpanishcolonies.2pp.fOe(enc.ofno.1220)1173.[an11J,20vend.-MAILLARD,JA.Adjudantcommandant18brum.DS.Detailedaccountofmilitaryoperations[1802J,12Oct.-duringtheperiod20vendemiaireto18bru-9 Nov.maire,includingthedeathofGeneralLe-[n.p.Jclerc.8pp.fOe1174.an11,20vend.1802,12Oct.A lamer, nordde la Pointe Isabe liqueTAUPIER,LieutenantdeVaisseauALSto:Latouche-Trevi11e,Commandant lesForces navales.ReportingonthecaptureofashipfromProvidence.1p.4.(enc.ofno.1188)1175.an11,20vend.

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1176-1183CALENDAROF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS1601176.1177. 1178.1179.1180.1181.1182.1183.1802,12Oct.A bord de"Le Cutter" an11,21vend. 13Oct.Petit-Goavean11,21vend.1802,13Oct.Corai1an11,21vend.1802,13Oct.Le Cap an11,22vend.1802,14Oct.Paris(France)an11,22vend.1802,14Oct.PetitTrouan11,22vend.1802,14Oct.LeCap an11,23vend.1802,15Oct.A bord duvaisseau Ze "DuguayTrouin"an11,23vend.1802,15Oct.Anse-a-VeauADS.ReportingthecaptureofashipfromProvidencewithcargoofwoodand800gourdes.1p.fOe(enc.ofno.1188)DELPECH,Chefde de Z'Arrondissement 1Sto:RochambeauReportsonmarchesandattacksagainsttherebels.3pp.4.MAFFRAND,Capitainedela lre Com-pagniede Gendarmerie ALSto:RochambeauRequestsauthorizationtoforce N. BalastosettlehisaccountswithM.Praderesof J remie.2pp.4.QUESNE,Lieutenantdans Zalre Com-pagnie d'ArtiZlerie de Marine ALSto:RochambeauRequestscompensationforhispersonaleffectslostduringtheevacuationofFortDauphin.1p.fOeDEMEUNIER, ALSto:Rochambeau RecommendsforhisconsiderationanimmigranttoSaintDomingue,M.LeBlanc.1p.4.LEMOINE,Commandantde La ParoisseduPetit Trou ALSto:RochambeauInformstheGeneralontheinsurrectioninMiragoane.1p.4.VINCENT,Capitaine commandat laGendarmeriemaritime LSto:RochambeauJustifieshistroops'recentactions.TheexactexecutionofsometimessevereordersfromtheGeneralhascreatedmanyenemiesintheGendarmeriewhoaregivinghiminexactreports.1p.fOe1ATOUCHE-TREVI1LE,LOUISRENE }UillELEINE LEVASSaRDE. commandantles Forces navales.ALSto:le General enchef[Leclerc]IssendingtheletterandreportfromTaupierdealingwiththecaptureofashipfromProvidence.1p.fOe(enc.ofno.1188)LOUER,Commandantdela Paroisse del'Anse-d-VeauLSto:RochambeauReportstherebelattackonMiragoane;Pierre

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161CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1184-11901184.an11,23vend.1802,15Oct.Port Repub 1icain1185.an11,24vend.1802,16Oct. Jeremie 1186.an11,24vend.1802,16Oct.Leogane1187.an11,24vend.1802,16Oct.Leogane1188.an11,24vend.1802,16Oct.LeCap 1189.an11,24vend.1802,16Oct.PortRepublicain1190.an11,24vend.1802,16Oct.Port-au-PrinceVia1etandhissmallforcetookrefugeinAnse-a-Veau.Urgentlyrequestsmore armsandmunitions.3pp.4.PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Corrunandantde la PlaceLSto:RochambeauStatesthatthreeofficersfromRochambeau'sstaffhavereportedforduty.Ip.4.BERNARD,JOSEPH.Chefde Brigade.) Corrunandantde la Placeetdel'Arrondissement par inte rim LSto:RochambeauForwardstwolettersfromCommandantMaffrandatCorai1,informinghimthatMira goane wasinastateofinsurrection.1p.fOeEnc.:lackingLECONSElLDESNOTABLESDELACOMMUNEDELEOGANE.LSto:LacosseAskingthattheybeallowedtorequestfromRochambeaupermissiontoevacuatethesickandtheold.2pp.fOe(enc.ofno.1187)LACOSSE,Commandantde la Place par interimLSto:RochambeauRequestspermissiontoevacuatewomen,children,theagedandinvalidsandtosendthemtoPort-au-Prince.Requestsadditionalarms.2pp.40.Enc.:requestdirectedtoLacosseforthisevacuation:seeno.1186.[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefD(draft).DecreeconfiscatingshipandcargocomingfromProvidenceenroutetoSt.ThomasbecauseithadnoreasontobenearthecoastsofSt.Domingue. 1p.fa.Enc.:letterfromCaptainTaupier;letterfromLatouche-Trevi11eincludingthecommunicationfromTaupier;certificateofthecapturedship:seenos. 1175.) 1182.PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Corrunandantde la PlaceLSto:RochambeauReportsmilitaryoperations.3pp.4.ZEVORT,Chefde Sous-directeurd'Artillerie ALSto:RochambeauRequestsauthorizationtosendadditional

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1191-1197CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERSarmstoLeogane.1p.4.1621191.an11,25vend.1802,17Oct.Petit-Goave1192.1802,17Oct.PortRoyal(Jamaica)1193.an11,25vend.1802,17Oct.Port Repub 1icain1194.an11,25vend.1802,17Oct.PortRepublicain1195.an11,26vend.1802,18Oct.Le Cap 1196.an11,26vend.1802,18Oct.PortRepublicain1197.[an10,26vend.][1802,18Oct.]DelhiceDELPECH,Chefde Commandantde l 'ArrondissementLSto: Rocharnbeau ReportsoninsurrectioninLeTrouCanaryandFondArabie.Requestsreinforcements.3pp.4.Enc.:aparagraphofaletterfromCaptainBruneauonbehalfoftheCommandant,refusinghimassistanceNUGENT,GEORGE.Lieutenant Gouverneur etCommandant en che.f L(copy)to: General en chef [Leclerc]ProteststheillegalcommerceconductedbyCaptainLebrunoftheFrenchfrigateL'Embuscade.5pp.fOe(followedby aletteronthesamesubjectsignedbyJ.T.DuckworthonboardtheLeviathan)PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Commandantde laPlace LSto:RochambeauReportsdesertions,especiallyamongnegrotroops.3pp.4.VOLANT, PayevY du Departement de l 'OuestALSto:Rochambeau Askstobeappointedtothepost CommandTat de Garde nationaleatPortRepublicain.2pp.fOeALIX,JACQUESALEXANDREF.Chefde Brigade d Artillerie ALSto: Rocharnbeau Submitshisideasforre-establishingorderinthecolony,afterexaminingthecausesofinsurrection;emphasizesclosercontrolofarmsandthereturnofex-slavestotheirplantations.4pp.fOeBRUNET,JOSEPHG.Commissaire du Gouver-aementpresleTribunal d'Appeldu Departement del'ArtiboniteALSto:RochambeauRequeststhatallbondsandofficialpapersbereturnedtotheofficeoftheGreffeatSt.Marc.2pp.fOeCAUTON,CapitaineL(copy)to: le CommandantRobbeReportstheywereattackedanddefeated.Hehaslosthissoldiers.1p.fOe(enc.ofno.1202)

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163CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1198-12061198. 1199.1200. 1201.1202. 1203.1204.1205. 1206.[an10,26vend.][1802,18Oct.][n.p.]an11,26vend.1802,18Oct.Paris(France)an11,26vend.1802,18Oct.PortRepub1icainan11,26vend.1802,18Oct.St.Marcan11,26vend. 18Oct.L'Arcahiean11,26vend.1802,18Oct.PortRepub1icainan11,27vend.1802,19Oct.LeCap an11,27vend. 19Oct.Le Cap an 27vend.1802,19Oct.PortRepublicainLAMARQUE,CapitaineL(copy)to:leCommandantRobbeGivesaccountofthedefeatinCortadeandhisreturntol'Arcahie.2pp.fOeLEBRUN,ConsulALSto:Leclerc, General enchefArecommendationforM.DupontDegaute.1p.4.PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Brigade.,Corrunandant delaPlaceLSto:RochambeauReportsonrebelattacks;onescortedsupplytrains;ondesertions.3pp.4.QUANTIN General deDivisionALSto:Rochambeau Welcomes Rochambeaubackandtellshimaboutdifferentskirmisheswiththerebels.4pp.fOeROBBE,Capitaine corrunandant la Plaee de Z'Arcahie LSto:RochambeauEncloseslettersfromCaptainCautonandCitizenLamarque,tellingabouttheirdefeatbytheinsurgents.2pp.fOeEne.:seenos. 1197., 1198.STAVELOT,Chefde Bataillon., Comman-dantde la 68e Brigade ALSto:RochambeauRequeststhatthecaptainsentbyLamarti niere beorderedtoreturntohisbattalionwithpaymentforthetroops.1p.4.[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefD(draft).DecreeforbiddingthedepartureofanyshipfromSt.Domingueportswithoutpublicnotice.1p.fOe---'L(draft)to:le Marquis deSomeruelos, Gouverneur de l' Is le deCuha.Tellshim.thatitisnolongernecessarytohavethefundsresultingfromsalesofthebootyofFrenchprivateersdepositedinCuba.HehopesthattheGovernorwillpresentnoobstaclestothemissionofCaptainVermonet.3pp.fOe(enc.of1220)PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Brigade., Commandantde laPlace LSto: Rocharnbeau Reportstroopmovements.3pp.4.

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1207-1214CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1641207.an11,27vend.1802,19Oct.L'Arcahie1208.an11,27vend.1802,19Oct.Port-au-Prince1209.an11,27vend.1802,19Oct.PortRepub1icain1210.an11,28vend.1802,20Oct.Petit-Goave1211.an11,28vend.1802,20Oct.Petit-Goave1212.an11,28vend.1802,20Oct.Petit-Goave1213.an11,28vend.1802,20Oct.Le Cap 1214.an11,29vend.1802,21Oct.PortdePaixROBBE,Capitainecommandant Ze PZacede l'Arcahie LSto:RochambeauReportsonthesteadyreturnofsoldiers \'lho wereforcedtoretreatintothewoods.Requestsmoreammunition.3pp.fa.SIMOUR,JEANBAPTISTE.Chefdes des DomainesnationauxLSto:RochambeauDefendshimselfagainstthechargeoftheft.3pp.fa.TOUSSAINT,Ex-officierde ZaCompa01ie de Gendarmerie dePoliceLSto:RochambeauComplainsthathehasnotbeenrehiredforserviceafterthereorganizationoftheGendarmeriedePolice.Asksforjustice.2pp.fa.DELPECH,ChefdeBataillonLSto:RochambeauReportsthatCommandantPierreViallethastouredtheRocheloisMountainsandfoundtheareaininsurrection.TherebelshaveconcentratedinFortArabie,preparingforattack.Heisexpectingthem.Duringrecentattackson LeGrandGoave,sevenrebels Here killedandtwocaptured.2pp.4.LSto:RochambeauRequestspermissionforColonelNeretandhistroopstojoinhiminastrongattackagainsttherebels.2pp.4.LSto:RochambeauRequeststhatCitizenDemarcsDuvergebesenttohimtobepunished.2pp.4.LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL. General enchefADS(draft).AppointingCaptainBeundoin[?JasCapitainede Fregate, becauseoftheexcellentreportofGeneralBrunet.2pp.fa.BRUNET,JEANBAPTISTE. General deDivisionLSto: General LeclercHassent450mentoLeCapwhichleaves400menforGeneralThouvenotatLe Mole; he \\Till departonboardLa Guerriere forPortMargotwhereallhisdivisionswillmeet.HasorderedthatLeConvalescentbearmed.AskedDessalinestojoinhimbecausehehasimportantnewsforhim.2pp.4.

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165CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1215-12221215.an11,29vend.1802,21Oct.LesCayes1216.an11,29vend.1802,21Oct.LesCayes1217.an11,29vend.1802,21Oct.LesCayes1218.an11,29vend.1802,21Oct.LesCayes1219.an11,29vend.1802,21Oct.LesCayes1220.an11,29vend.1802,21OctoberLeCap 1221.an11,29vend.1802,21Oct.Le Cap 1222.an11,29vend.1802,21Oct.Jacme1DESBUREAUX,CHARLESFRANCOIS. General deDivisionLSto:Rochambeau AcknowledgmentofRochambeau'sletterof17vendemiaireconcerningtheappointmentofacommandant de quartier de paroisse andofaninspecteurde culture. 2pp.4.LSto:Rochambeau Announcementthathehasbeenchosenbythe General enchefasInspecteur general de l'Armee andmustthereforemovetoLe Cap.2pp.8vo .LSto:RochambeauProteststhatitwasnothisfaultthattheship L'Intrepide didnotleaveSt.Louis;presentsasproofletterswrittenbyhimonthe16and22vendemiairetoCaptain Depe ronneandthelatter'sreply.2pp.8 vo .LSto:RochambeauReportsthatGeneralLaplumehasrequestedpermissiontoreturntoFrance.1p.8Vo.LSto:RochambeauPeacereignsdespitetherecentattackonMiragoane,wherethirtyrebelswerekilled.Hehadtakenadequatemeasurestoprotectthatarea.Therebelsaredealingwithpeopleof Island.3pp.4.[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefD(draft).DecreesuspendingthefunctionsofthecitizensappointedbyToussaintforreclaimingfundsfromCuba. 3pp.fOeEnc.:seenos. 2225.AD.IsreturningtheshipLa Flor, commandedbyCaptain toitsownerbecauseitcannotbeproventhatitwasinvolvedinfraudulentcommerce. 1p.fOeEnc.:letterssignedbyLequoyandJauvin;document onthecaptureoftheship:seenos. 822.PAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General de BrigadeLSto:RochambeauReportsthatsicknesshasweakenedhisdivision.2pp.4.

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1223-1231CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS166Chefde Brigade.,Commo:rzdant 1223.an11,29vend.1802,21Oct.PortRepublicain1224.an11,29vend.1802,21Oct.PortRepublicain1225.an11,29vend.1802,21Oct.St.Marc1226.an11,30vend.1802,22Oct.LesCayes1227.an11,30vend.1802,22Oct.PortdePaix1228.an11,30vend.1802,22Oct.Petit-Goave1229.an11,30vend.1802,22Oct.Jacme11230.an11,30vend.1802,22Oct.Jacmel1231.an11,30vend.1802,22Oct.PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Brigade.,Commo:rzdant de laPlace LSto:RochambeauDailyreport:troopmovements;desertions.2pp.40. ---=--' de laPlace LSto:RochambeauReportsrebelattacks;prisonerssentbyshiptoLe Cap 3pp.4.QUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauReportsDessa1ines'newordersandwhatwillbedoneduringthelatter'sseveraldaysofabsence.1p.fOeBERGER,LOUISMARIE.Chefde Brigade.,Commo:rz dantde laPlace LSto:RochambeauReportsthatthe90eDemi-brigadeisatAquin.GeneralLaplumeisenroutetoLesCayesandwillleavefromthereforLe Cap. 1p.fa.BRUNET,JEANBAPTISTE. General deDivisionLSto: General LeclercReportsconditionsinthehospitalofLe Mole: nofood,medicineorsurgicalinstruments.AsksforLeclerc'sconsiderationofthematter.2pp.4.DELPECH,ChefdeBataillonALSto:RochambeauReportsabattlebetweenaconvoybringingsupplies,women,andchildrenfromJacmel,andtherebels.Noone ,.;ras killedorwounded.2pp.4.DIEUDONNE,CHRISTOPHE.ChefdeBrigadeALSto:RochambeauInquiresafterRochambeau'sstateofhealthfollowinghislongtrip.1p.4.PAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General deBrigadeLSto:BrunetReportsthatanEnglishwarship,the Surinan, havingdockedinJacme1aftercomingfromTrinitylookingforBritishsubjects,wassupposedlycapturedbyrebels.ThecaptainprovedfriendshipbygivingPageotammunitionandfiringonrebeltrenches.3pp.fOe(addressleaf)PANISSE.,PIERRE.Chefde Brigade.,Comma:rzda:nt de laPlace

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167CALENDAROF ROCRAMBEAU PAPERS1232-1239PortRepublicain1232.an11,1brum.1802,23Oct.LesCayes1233.an11,1brum.1802,23Oct.PortRepub1icain1234.an11,1brum.1802,23Oct.St.Marc1235.an11,1brum.1802,23Oct.St.Marc1236.an11,2brum.1802,24Oct.Les Cayes1237.an11,2brum.1802,24Oct.Petit-Goave1238.an11,2brum.1802,24Oct.PetiteRiviere1239.an11,2brum.1802,24Oct.PortRepub1icainLSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements. 2pp.4.DESBUREAUX,CHARLESFRANCOIS. General deDivisionLSto:RochambeauCaptainDeperonnehasjustinformedhimthatheisleavingimmediatelyforLe Cap,sotheGeneralshouldnolongerexpecthim.2pp.4.PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Brigade" Commandantde laPlace LSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements. 2pp.4.QUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauSendsa copyofhisresponsetoaletterofDessalines.Ip.fOeEne.:seeno. 1086.ALSto:RochambeauReportsthatDessalineshimselfcametowarnhimofhisattackthatsamenight.Ip.fOeBERGER,LOUISMARIE.Chefde Brigade" Commandant d'ArmesLSto:RochambeauReportsvictoriouscampaignofNeretagainstagroupofinsurgentswhichincludedmorethanahundreddesertersfromthearmy,com mandedbyJeanLouisLoiseau.2pp.fa.DELPECH,Chefde BataiZlon LSto:RochambeauRecountssuccessfulbattleswiththerebelsattheFaudonarplantation;theyhavealsobeendefeatedatCampde1aBelleRivierebyCaptainBruneauDessource.3pp.4.DESSALINES,JEANJACQUES. General deDivisionL(copy)to: General QuantinTheorderofGeneralLeclercagainstnegroesandmulattoshashorrifiedhim.HewilldefendhimselfasatrueFrenchman,soldierandloveroffreedom.3pp.fOe(copycertifiedbyQuantin)HUIN,CHRISTOPHE.ChefdeBrigadeALSto:RochambeauIssendingreportonthemilitarysituationoffourcompaniesoftheGardenationa1e.Ip.4.Ene.

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1240-1247CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1681240.an11,2brum.1802,24Oct.PortRepublicain1241.an11,2brum.1802,24Oct.St.Marc1242.an 11, 2brum.1802,24Oct.St.Marc1243.an11,3brum.1802,25Oct.Petit-Goave1244.an11,3brum.1802,25Oct.St.Marc1245.an11,3brum.1802,25Oct.PortRepub1icain1246.an11,3brum.1802,25Oct.St.Marc1246a.an 11, 4brum.1802,26Oct.Le Cap 1247.an11,4brum.1802,26Oct.PolangisPANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde CommO:fldantde laPlace LSto:RochambeauDailyreport:troopmovements;compromisedpassword.2pp.4.QUANTIN General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauReportsthatthreeshipshavedepartedloadedwithwomenandchildren.Asksformen,foodandarms.4pp.4.REPUSSARD,FAUSTIN. Commrrfldant de laGarde nationaleLSto:RochambeauAnnouncesthesafearrivalinthecityofwomenandbaggageafteraretreatorderedbyCommandantPlanteau.2pp.4.DELPECH,ChefdeBataillonLSto:RochambeauReiterateshisrequestforarmsandmunitions.Insurgentssurroundhimandtheirnumberincreaseseachday.1p.4.LUX,Chefde BrigadeLSto:RochambeauReportstheevacuationofGonalvesafterthetreacherousattackbyDessalines.2pp.fOePANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Commandrrat de laPlace LSto:RochambeauDailyreport:transferofnegroprisonerstoships;negrodeserters.2pp. 4. QUANTIN General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauReportsthattheshipsexpecteddidnotarrive.Hecannotretreatbyland.RecommendsthefamiliesofCitizensLefevre,Des Amer,Claude,etc.4pp.fOeAUBIN,DS.CertificationofthesumpaidtotheofficersofthelIeDemi-brigadedel'Infanterie legere forthemonthofprairia1,an11.1p.fOeOUDINOT, General de Inspecteurgeneral de Cavalerie LSto:Rochambeau RecommendssupportforM.Lepage,whoiscomingtoSt.Dominguetotakepossessionofhisproperties.CongratulatestheGeneralforhavingescapedtheepidemics.2pp.4.

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169CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1248-12571248.an11,4 brum.1802,26Oct.PortRepublicain1249.an11,4brum.1802,26Oct.Mireba1ais1250.an11,5brum.1802,27Oct.FortDauphin1251.an11,5 brum.1802,27Oct.FortDauphin1252.an11,5brum.1802,27Oct.Petit-Goave1253.an11,5brum.1802,27Oct.PortRepub1icain1254.an11,5brum.1802,27Oct.PortRepub1icain1255.an11,6brum.1802,28Oct.St.Marc1256.an11,6brum.1802,28Oct.Jacme11257.an11,6brum.1802,28Oct.PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Commandantde laPlace LSto:RochambeauDailyreport:transferofprisonerstoships.2pp.4.TROY,DAVID.CapitainedeGendarmerieLSto:RochambeauRef1exionsonthesituation:farmersleavingtheland;thesettlementfullofcalamities;therebelsreceivingsupplies.3pp.4.(addressleaf)ADMINISTRATIONCOLONIALE.CAISSEDESDOMAINES.DS.ReportonthesituationofAugustinLeSueur,Commissaire de seconde Classe, concerninghissalary.1p.fOe(signedbyallpersonsconcerned)DS.ReportonthesituationofLouisdeBernard,Commissairede secondeClasse,concerninghissalary.1p.fa.(signedbyallpersonsconcerned)DELPECH,Chefde Bataillon LSto:RochambeauNoteofintroductionforM.Bessaignet,notableofPetit-Goave,whoischargedwiththemissionofsecuringarmsandmunitions.1p.4.NERAUD,GILBERT.Chefd'EscadrondelaGendar merie ALSto:RochambeauReportsthereorganizationofhiscompanyofdragoons.1p.4.PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Commandantde laPlace DS.Dailyreport:troopmovements;prisoners.1p.4.FRESSINET, PHILIBERT. General deBrigadeLSto:RochambeauReportsthemilitarysituationandhisnextmovementagainsttherebels.2pp.4.PAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General de Brigade LSto:Rochambeau Announcesmeasurestakentoblockadeshipscarryingprovisionstotherebels.2pp.4.PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Commandantde laPlace

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1258-1265CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS170PortRepub1icain1258.an11,6brum.1802,28Oct.St.Marc1259.an11,6brum.1802,28Oct.Mireba1ais1260.an11,7brum.1802,29Oct.PortRepub1icain1261.an11,7brum.1802,29Oct.Port Repub 1icain1262.an11,7brum.1802,29Oct.[n.p.]1263.an11,7brum.1802,29Oct.St.Marc1264.an11,8brum.1802,30Oct.PortRepub1icain1265.1802,30Oct.PuertoRicoLSto:RochambeauDailyreport:troopmovements.1p.4.QUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauStatesthathewillevacuateonlyincaseofextremeneed,butheneedsshipsandammunition.2pp.fOeTROY,DAVID.Capitainede Gendarmerie LSto:RochambeauAssertshisloyaltyinspiteofthe ne\Vs ofaninsurrectionheadedbyDessa1inesintheGrandBois.ExpressesconcernoverthetreasonoftheLamartiniereBatai110nandthedesertionofthenegroesfromthegendarmerieofArcahie.1p.4.PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde commandatla Divisionde l'Artibonite etdu SudLSto:RochambeauMilitarymovements;dailyreport.2pp.4.POINTE,Capitainede Gendarmerie LSto:RochambeauRequeststransfer.1p.4.QUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:Rochambeau Workisbeingdoneinthegarrison.Needsshipstoevacuate2600persons.4pp.fOeREPUSSARD,FAUSTIN.Chefde Bataillon LSto:RochambeauRequestslodgingandrationsforhisfamilyatPort-au-Prince,whichhasbeenwithoutanymeansofsupportsincehisentryintotheservice.1p.fOeEnc.:listofmembersofhisfamilyBRUNET,JOSEPHG.Commissaire du Gouveyaementpresle Tribunald'Appeldu Departement de l 'ArtiboniteALSto:Rochambeau Thankshimforinvitation:impossibletoacceptbecauseofillness.1p.4.CANO,RAMONDEL.GobernadordePuertoRicoLSto: General LeclercHehasbeeninformedthattheFrenchship Berceau anditscommander,Broit,havetriedtoselleighty-fivenegroesfromGuadeloupe.Therehavebeenotherattemptsaroundthecoast.Hewishesstrictapplicationofthelaw,andpunishmentforthoseinvolvedinsuchtrade.3pp.fOe(withtranslation;

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171CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERSenc.ofno.1461)1266-12721266.an11,8brum.1802,30Oct.Santo1267.an11,8 brum.1802,30Oct.PortRepub1icain1268.an11,8 brum.1802,30Oct.St.Marc1269.an11,9brum.1802,31Oct.Petit-Goave1270.an11,9 brum.1802,31Oct.St.Marc1271.an11,9brum.1802,31Oct.Jacme11272.an11,9brum.1802,31Oct.PortRepub1icainNERAUD,GILBERT.Chefd'Escadron delaGendar merie ALSto:RochambeauStateshisintentionofpursuingtheofficersofthe compagnie d'elitewhoareattemptingtostirupaninsurrection.1p.4.PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Brigade" CommandantdelaPlaceLSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements;dailyreport.3pp.4.QUANTIN General deDivisionALSto:Rochambeau Asksforshipsinordertoevacuateallthewomenandtoaccomplishthecompleteevacuationofthecity.3pp.fOeDELPECH,ChefdeBataillonLSto:RochambeauReportsthatrebelsdescendedupontheBouti11ierplantationtheprecedingdaybutthattheywerepushedback.RequestsorderstorecallCommandantPierreVialletandhisdetachmentfromSt.Micheltodefendtheplain.3pp.4.FRESSINET, PHILIBERT. General deBrigadeLSto:RochambeauReportscrushingarebellionstartedbythesoldiersofGeneralDessalines.DescribesthecriticalsituationinSt.Marc.ReferstosomeintelligenceinformationindicatingthatDessa1ineswasseriouslywounded.2pp.fa.NOZEILLE,Commandantdu Detachementde la GendarmeriedePort-au-PrinceLSto: Rochambeau ThedetachmentofGendarmeriesentfromPortau-PrincetoescorttheGeneralisunabletoproceedforlackoffunds.Furthermorethehorsesaredyingfromstarvation.1p.fa.Enc.:reportonthehorsesremainingathispostPANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Brigade" CommandantdelaPlaceLSto:RochambeauReportstroopmovements;engagements;twoEnglishmensentbyGeneralD'Arboishavebeenhanged.1p.4.

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1273-1279CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1721273.an11,9brum.1802,31Oct.St.Marc1274.an11,9brum.1802,31Oct.Le Mole 1275.an11,9brum.1802,31Oct.PortRepublicain1276.an11,10brum.1802,1 Nov.LesCayes1277.an11,10brum.1802,1 Nov.LesCayes1278.an11,10brum.1802,1 Nov.LesCayes1279.an11,10brum.1802,1 Nov.St.MarcQUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauMentionstherevoltsinthenorthandeast;poorstateofdefenseofthegarrison.3pp.fOeTHOUVENOT,Ad;judant commanda:flt LSto:Lefebure, Commanda:flt de l'Armee au Mole. Givesdetailsabouttheorganizationofthedefenseofthecity,withtroopsandnamesofpersonsincharge.4pp.fa.VOLANT, PayevY divisionnairedu Departementdel'ArtiboniteLSto:RochambeauSendsareceiptextendedtoCitizenRoos,Ad;judantde camp ofGeneralRochambeau,fortheamountof3,1011bs.ofsilver tvhich cameasadepositfromCitizenDumortier.1p.fOeBERGER,LOUISMARIE.Chefde Comma:fl dantd'ArmesLSto:RochambeauReportsthatCitizenSmithwasmurderedbyrebelsonhisplantationthenightbefore,intheparrishofTorbeck.RequestsinstructionsconcerningthecommandofLesCayes.1p.fOeSeealsono. 1278.DESBUREAUX,CHARLESFRANCOIS. General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauDefendsCaptainCoupet,whohasjustbeenarrested,andistobesenttoPortRepub1icain.2pp.4.LSto:Rochambeau Therebelsmade a netv vigorousattemptonAquin:morethan200dead.Muchammunition,manygunsweretaken.AnothergroupofrebelsfromSt.MichelwasattackedbygovernmenttroopsatLaBelleRiviere:thirty-onekilled.CitizenSmithwasassassinatedinFondde1aPlaineby his servants.RenewsrequestforareplacementsothathecanaccepthisnewappointmentatLe Cap. 3pp.4.Seealsono. 1276.FRESSINET, PHILIBERT. General de Brigade ALSto:RochambeauReportsthemilitarysituationinSt.Marc,andactionstakenagainsttherebels.

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173CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2pp.fa.1280-12881280.an11,10brum.1802,1 Nov.PortRepub1icain1281.an11,10brum.1802,1 Nov.PortRepub1icain1282.an11,10brum.1802,1 Nov.PortRepub1icain1283.an11,10brum.1802,1 Nov.St.Marc1284.an11,10brum.1802,1 Nov.St.Marc1285.an11,11brum.1802,2 Nov.St.Pierre(Martinique)1286.an11,11brum.1802,2 Nov.St.Marc1287.an11,11brum.1802,2 Nov.PortRepub1icain1288.an11,11brum.1802,2 Nov.PortRepub1icainGERARD,AdjudantLSto:RochambeauDailyreport:troopmovements;prisoners.2pp.4.(signedonbehalfofPanisse)LANCHAMP,Payeur general de l'Armee LSto:RochambeauRequeststwocopiesofhisbrother'sappointmentasaFrenchagentinSpanishSt.Domingue,oneofwhichhewillsendtoCitizenDeNoai11esinhopesofreceivingofficialrecognitionbytheSpanishgovernment.1p.4.PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Commandantde laPlace LSto:RochambeauReportsaskirmish;anofficerwasjailedfornotmakinghistroopsholdfire.1p.8 vo .QUANTIN General deDivisionALSto:Rochambeau A man namedDa1etarrivedasafugitivefromthelinesofDessa1ines.Accordingtohim,Dessalineswillattackinthreedays.Heistakingprecautions.2pp.fOeALSto:RochambeauReportsthepitifulsituationoftherefugeefamilies.3pp.fOeCASTELLA, General deBrigadeALSto:RochambeauComplainsoflackofnews fromtheGeneral.Reportsthatyellowfeverhaskilledalmosthalfhismen. 1p.4.FRESSINET, PHILIBERT. General deBrigadeALSto:RochambeauReportsanassaultbyDessalines'troops,whichwereforcedback,andthearrestofthirtynegroguards.1p.4.PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Commandantde laPlace LSto:RochambeauDailyreport:troopmovements,password.2pp.4.PLOY,Capitainede la 15e Demi-brigade legere LSto:RochambeauReportsonhismilitaryconductsincethe

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1289-1295CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1741289.an11,11brum.1802,2 Nov.St.Marc1290.an11,11brum.1802,2 Nov.St.Marc1291.an11,11brum.1802,2 Nov. Jeremie 1291a.an11,12brum.1802,3 Nov.Aquin1292.an11,12brum.1802,3 Nov.PortRepub1icain1293.an11,12brum.1802,3 Nov.PortRepub1icain1294.an11,13brum.1802,4 Nov.LesCayes1295.an11,13brum.1802,4 Nov.PortRepublicainmomentoftherevoltoftheLa battalioninL'Arcahie,30vendemiaire,an11.3pp.fOe(enc.ofno.1293)QUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauReportshehassenthisaide-de-camptotrytoobtaintheshipsandammunitionsobadlyneeded.1p.fOeALSto: Rocharnbeau Requestshelpbecausethesituationispotentiallycritical.Therebelsarestillassaultingtheplantations.3pp.fOeSARRAZIN, General deDivisionL(copy)to: General BrunetReportsonthedefensesandconstructionsheispreparing.3pp.fOe(enc.ofno.1916)NERETTE,Chefde la 3e Legion ALSto:CapitainePelageHecannotplacehimin Jeremie becausetherearenovacantposts,buthewilldoitatthefirstopportunity.1p.fOe(enc.ofno.1386)PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Cormzandant de la PlaceLSto:RochambeauDailyreport:prisoners;hangings;password.2pp.4.PLOY,Capitaine dela 15e Demi-brigade legere ALSto: Rocharnb eauSendsajustificationofhismilitaryconductandaskstobejudgedfairlybyanappointedmilitarycommission.1p.4.Enc.:seeno.1288.BERGER,LOUISMARIE.Chefde Commcra dantd'ArmesLSto:RochambeauProtestshisarrestbyGeneralDesbureaux,madeongroundsofinsubordination;presentshisdefense.3pp.fa.GERARD,AdjudantLSto:RochambeauDailyreport:200 womenevacueesfromSt.Marchavearrived.2pp.4.(signedonbehalfofPanisse)

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175CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1296-13051296.an11,13brum.1802,4 Nov.Jacmel1297.an11,13brum.1802,4 Nov.PortRepublicain1298.an11,13brum.1802,4 Nov.St.Marc1299.an11,13brum.1802,4 Nov.St.Marc1300.an11,13brum.1802,4 Nov.PortRepub1icain1301.an11,14brum.1802,5 Nov.PortRepub1icain1302.an11,14brum.1802,5 Nov.PortRepub1icain1303.an11,15brum.1802,6 Nov.Poitiers(France)1304.an11,15brum.1802,6 Nov.LesCayes1305.an11,15brum.PAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General de BrigadeLSto:RochambeauReportsseveralsurpriseattacksbytherebels.Complainsoflackoffoodforthetroops.4pp.4.PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Brigade" Commandantde la PlaceLSto:RochambeauReportstheactionatFortBizoton.1p.fOeQUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto: Rochambeau Conditionsinthedepartement;increaseofsickness;evacuationbyshipofwomenandchildren;insufficientsupplies.3pp.fa.A1Sto:Rochambeau Recommendsthepromotionofhis aide-de-camp. 2pp.4.STAVE10T,Chefde BataiZlon" Commandantde la 68eBrigade1Sto:Rochambeau Asksthatthedetachmentof120soldiersandthreeofficers,partofhisoriginalbattalioninEuropewhichjustarrivedfromFrance,beallowedtoreunitewithhispresentbat-talion.1p.fOeHUIN,CHRISTOPHE.Chefde BrigadeALSto:RochambeauForwardspetitionbyCitizenBegon,propertyownerfromPetitTrou.1p.4.Enc.:lackingPANI8SE, PIERRE.Chefde Brigade" Commandantde la PlaceLSto:RochambeauDailyreport:ahanging;passwordandcountersign.1p.4.ARNAULT,JEAN.L8to:RochambeauRequeststhereturnofhisconfiscatedpropertyinSt.Domingue. 3pp.4.(addressleaf)BERGER,LOUISMARIE.Chefde Brigade" Commandantd'ArmesL8to:LeclercProtestsbitterlyagainsttheconductofthe General deDivision,Desbureaux.3pp.fOeBRUNET,JOSEPHG.Commissaire du Gouvernement

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1306-1313CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1761802,6 Nov.PortRepublicain1306.an11,15brum.1802,6 Nov.Petit-Goave1307.an11,15brum.1802,6 Nov.Paris(France)1308.an11,15brum.1802,6Nov.Santo1309.an11,15brum.1802,6 Nov. Les Cayes1310.an11,15brum.1802,6 Nov. Le Molepres le Tribunal d'AppelduDepartementdel'ArtiboniteALSto:RochambeauRequeststhattheGeneralsetadateforhimtoseethemembersofthe Corps 1p.fOeDELPECR,ChefdeBataillonL(copy)to:Pageot, General de Brigade ReportingthatPetit-Goaveisinastateofcompleteinsurrection.2pp.4.(certifiedbyPageot)KOCH,CTribunLS to:Rochambeau RecommendsM.OleynwhoisgoingtoSt.Do minguetopracticemedicine.Asks ofhis nephffiv,Frederic Kern,surgeon.2pp.4.NERAUD,GILBERT.Chef d'EscadrondelaGendar merie LSto:RochambeauReportsmilitaryoperationsagainsttherebels.1p.4.PAULY,Capitainedu 2 e 88e RegimentALSto:RochambeauRequeststhathis tl;\TO months'leave l;vith payformedicaltreatmentinFrancebetransferredtoSt.Domingue due.tothefactthathispoorhealthprohibitstravelling.2pp.fOeEnc.:copyofalettergrantinghimleaveinFranceandofcertificatesfromtheheadofthehospitalTHOUVENOT,Adjudant commO:fldant LSto:Boyer, General enchefdel'Etatma jorgeneral. Sends alistofmeasurestakenforthedefenseofthecity.6pp.fOe1311.an11,16brum.FRESSINET, PHILIBERT. General deBrigade1802,7 Nov.ALSto:RochambeauSt.MarcReportstheevacuationofSt.Marcandopera-tionsagainstDessa1ines.1p.4 .1312.an11,16brum.GERARD,Adjudant1802,7 Nov.L8to:RochambeauPortRepub1icainDailyreport:troopmovements. 2pp.4.(signedonbehalfofPanisse)1313.an11,16brum.RUIN,CHRISTOPHE.Chefde Brigade" Commandant1802,7 Nov.de la 3 e Legion de Gendarmerie PortRepub1icainALSto:Rochambeau

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177CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1314-13211314.an11,16brum.1802,7 Nov.PortRepub1icain1315.an11,17brum.1802,8 Nov.PortRepub1icain1316.an11,17brum.1802,8 Nov.St.Marc1317.an11,18brum.1802,9 Nov.PortRepub1icain1318.an11,18brum.1802,9 Nov.St.Marc1319.an11,18brum.1802,9 Nov. Le Cap 1320.an11,18brum.1802,9 Nov. Les Cayes1321.an11,18brum.1802,9 Nov.Jacme1Reportsthatmerelyforsecurityreasons,M.Moreaufilshasbeenarrested.2pp.4.PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Commandantde laPlace LSto:RochambeauReportsmilitaryactionatSt.Martin.1p.4.BRUNET,JOSEPHG.CommissaireduGouvernement presleTribunal d'Appeldu Departement del 'ArtiboniteALSto:Rochambeau Makes somepersonalobservationsonthesubjectofa newsystemofpaymentforthemembersoftheTribunaux.3pp.fOeQUANTIN General deDivisionALSto: Rocharnbeau Complainsaboutabusesofpower;statesneedformoreships;arrivalofanAnglo-Americanboatwhichallwomenandchildrenboarded.2pp.fa.BRUNET,JOSEPHG. Commissaire duGouvernement presle Tribunald'Appeldu Departement de l 'Artiboni te ALSto:RochambeauRequestshimtoputintoexecutionArticle164oftheReglementjudiciaire.3pp.fa.BERTET,Commandantde laPlace D.Ordertoburnthefurnitureleftbehindbyrefugeestoavoidspreadingoftheplague.1p.fOe(enc.ofno.1323)COLAS,ADELAIDETHERESE. Mere duLieutenantJean Joseph [Colas]ALSto: Daure,Prefetcolonial deSt.Domin gue.Requeststhathersonbereleasedinconsiderationofhisgoodbehavior.2pp.fa.DESBUREAUX,CHARLESFRANCOIS. General deDivisionLSto:RochambeauCaptainLegrandoftheGendarmerieofTiburonhasbeensentforinsubordinationtotheChef d'Escadron Rau1etandChef de BrigadeNeretteat Jeremie. Hewasreplacedby De lage,Capitainede Gendarmerie. 2pp.4.PAGEDT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General de BrigadeLSto:RochambeauRequestspaymentforhisofficersastheyhavenomeansofsubsistance.2pp.4.

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1322-1330CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1781322.an11,18brum.1802,9 Nov.St.Marc1323.an11,18brum.1802,9 Nov.St.Marc1324.an11,18brum.1802,9 Nov.Port-au-Prince1325.an11,20brum.1802,11Nov. Le Cap 1326.an11,20brum.1802,11Nov.St.Marc1327.an11,21brum.1802,12 Nov.St.Marc1328.an11,21brum.1802,12 Nov.LesCayes1329.an11,21brum.1802,12 Nov.Paris(France)(marginalnoteinRochambeau'shandorderingpayment)QUANTIN General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauCongratulatestheGeneralforhisappointmentas General enchef.ThisisthetimetohelpGeneralFressinetbygivinghima commandingpost.2pp.fOeALSto:RochambeauReportsthesituationisaggravatedbytheplague.ArrivalofLa Favorite withsickpersons.2pp.fOeEne.:orderfromBertet:seeno. 1318.VOLANT, de l'Armee DS.Balanceof43,673francs,7centimesintheCaisse.1p.fOeBOYE,JACQUES. Adjudo:at corrrmo:adantDS.Authorizationgivento Chef de BrigadeNaverretodepartintheshipLaChiffonetteforGuadeloupewhereheistotransmittotheauthoritiesofthecoloniesallthedispatchesoftheCapitaine generalinterim. 1p.fOeQUANTIN General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauExpressessatisfactionatRochambeau'sappointmentas General enchefandCapitaine general. 2pp.fOeLUX,Chefde la 5 e Legere ALSto:RochambeauCongratulationsforhispromotiontoCapitaine general. 1p.4.MINUTY,CommissairedeJusticeLSto:-RochambeauCongratulatestheGeneralonhisnewappointmentasChefofSt.Domingue,replacingLeclerc.Requestsanaudience.2pp.4.Ene.:duplicateoftheletterVILLENEUVE,ALSto:Rochambeau RecommendsCitizenHypoliteBonduvend[?J,ayoungofficersenttoSt.Domingue, zealandintelligencehavealreadyattractedattentioninthearmyofItaly.1p.4.1330.an11,22brum.1802,13Nov.CANGE,D(copy). General deBrigadeInvitationtothecitizensof Leo-

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179CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1331-13371331. 1332.1333.Leogane[an11,22brum.][1802,13Nov.][Leogane]an11,22brum.1802,13Nov.PortRepub1icainan11,23brum.1802,14Nov.St.Marcganeandthegarrisonnottoofferresistanceinordertoavoidbloodshed,promlslngtorespectthem.Explainsthecausesofthewar.2pp.fOe(enc.ofno.1345)CANGE, General de Brigade L(copy)to:Delpech,CommandantInviteshimtojoinforceswiththem,promisingthatheandthewhiteswithhimwillberespected.2pp.fOe(enc.ofno.1345)WATRIN,PIERREJOSEPH. General deDivisionDS.OrderplacingCaptain Vie incommandofLeogane,withpowertotakeallmeasuresnecessaryforitsdefense.2pp.fOeQUANTIN General deDivisionALSto: Rochambeau ReportsonthesatisfactoryevacuationthatLieutenantCabalhasjustcompleted;statesneedsoftheshipthatCabalcommandsandfutureplansforhim.1p.fOe1333a.an11,23brum.1802,14Nov.St.Marc1334.an11,24brum.1802,15 Nov.St.Marc1335.an11,24brum.1802,15 Nov.Basse-Terre(Guadeloupe)1336.an11,24brum.1802,15 Nov.Cibao1337.an11,25brum.1802,16 Nov.ALSto:RochambeauReportstheplantationsabandonedbytherebels;calmexistsnow.Ref1exionsonhismilitaryandpoliticalsituation.2pp.fOeLESHABITANSDELAVILLEDEST.MARC.L(copy)to: General FressinetThankhimforthedefenseofthecityandpresenthimwithacompletesuitofarmormadeinEuropeastokenoftheirgratitude.4pp.fOeLACROSSE,JEANBAPTISTERAYMOND. Capitaine general de la GuadeloupeLSto:LeclercDiseasehasbeenthereasonforthedisembarkationofthe7 eDemi-brigadeatGuadeloupe.Speaksinpraiseoftheircourageandoftheassistancetheyhavebeeninfightingtheinsurgents.ReportsonthesituationinGuadeloupe.4pp.fa.MERCK,Adjudant commandantLSto:RochambeauCongratulatestheGeneralonhispromotion.Reportsthatalargenumberofrebelscom mandedbyHenriChristophearepresentlystationedintheplainofMaribaroux.2pp.fa.ALIX,JACQUESALEXANDREFRANCOIS.Chefde Bri gadede l'Artillerie

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1338-1344CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS180A bord de "La Creole" 1338.an11,25brum.1802,16 Nov.Jacme11339.an11,27brum.1802,18Nov. LeCap 1340.an11,27brum.1802,18Nov.Treves(France)1341.an11,27brum.1802,18Nov.Sarrebousse1342.an11,28brum.1802,19 Nov.A bord de "La Creole" 1343.an11,28brum.1802,19 Nov.St.Domingue1344.an11,29brum.DS.Memorandumregardinghisaccomplishments:thearmyisfullysuppliedwithgunsandammunition;thearsenalbuilding,destroyedby an explosion,hasbeenrepaired;rigorousdisciplineisbeingkeptinaccounting.Itisuselesstoinformhim(Alix)oftheintrigueagainsthim;theGeneralshouldkeepinmindhisservicerecord.8pp.fOe(enc.ofno.1342)PAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General deBrigadeLSto:RochambeauIsforwardingaletteroriginallyaddressedtoGeneralDesfourneaux,namingcertainpersonsasinstigatorsofthefiresandmurdersinGuadeloupe.3pp.4.(addressleaf)Ene.:lackingBAUDIN,Chefde LSto:Rochambeau Apetitionforjustice.Complainsthatnothingjustifieshisimprisonment.3pp.4.(enc.ofno.1398)FAILLE, Receveurgeneral du Departement de laBarre LSto: leGeneral enchefde l'Armee deSt.Domingue[Rochambeau].Requestsnewsofhis brother-in-lffiv, VictorGuidonet.1p.4.(addressleaf)LAMOURDERANCE, General deDivisionL(copy)to:Delpech, CornmO:fldantdel'Arron dissement.Hewas movedbytheinvitationtojoinforces.HewillacceptandasksDelpechtodosopromisinghewillberespected.1p.4.(enc.ofno.1345)ALIX,JACQUES FRANCOIS.ChefdeBri gade de l' Arti llerie ALSto:RochambeauEnclosesa memoranduminreplytoimputationsmadeagainsthimsincehisarrest.1p.fOeEnc.:seeno.1337.LESOFFICIERSCOMPOSANTLETRIBUNALDEPREMIEREINSTANCEETABLIA ST.DOMINGUE.ALSto:RochambeauCongratulatehimonhiselectionandexpressregretforLeclerc'sdeath.Describethedangerstotheirlivesandexpresshopeforaperiodofpeaceunderthenewadministration.PraiseGeneralKerversauforhisactions.3pp.fOeBERGER,LOUISMARIE.Chefde Brigade"Conman-

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181GALENDAROFROGHAMBEAUPAPERS1345-13501802,20 Nov.LesCayes1345.an11,29brum.1802,20 Nov.Petit-Goave1346.an11,29brum.1802,20 Nov.PetiteAnse1347.an11,29brum.1802,20 Nov.[n.p.]1348.an11,29brum.1802,20Nov.Jacme11349.an11,30brum.1802,21 Nov.[n.p.]1350.an11,30brum.1802,21 Nov.dantde laPlace LSto:RochambeauReportsonmilitarysituation.FiverebelswerehangedthepreviousSundaybyorderofGeneralLaplume.Fifteenmenandthreewo menwereexecutedontheSmithandLaplaceplantationsfortheassassinationoftheproprietors.Severalfarmerswererewardedfortheirbraveryinarrestinga numberofrebels.3pp.fa.DELPECH,ChefdeBataillonL(copy)to:Gange, General de BrigadeHehasswornloyaltytothegovernmentofFrance.Theyeachhaveideastoodifferenttojoinforces.2pp.4.Ene.:Cange'sproclamation;letterfromGeneralLamour;letterfromGange:seenos. 1341.DUMONT,Adjudant corrunandan t Corrunandantd'ArmesLSto:RochambeauRequeststhepromotionof2ndLieutenantGreberttotherankofLieutenant.1p.fOeEnc.:Grebert'srecordsIDLINGER,JOSEPHANTOINE. Administrateur des Domainesnationauxdu Departement du Nord DS.InventoryofthelinensandkitchenarticlesofthelateGeneralLeclerc,tobeputatthedispositionofRochambeau. 2pp.fa.VERNIER,ETIENNE.Capitainedu Navire Pru dence"LSto:[Rochambeau]ProteststheorderofGeneralPageotprohibitingtheunloadingofmerchandisebecauseofanillegalpassengeronboard;requestsrevocationofthisorder.2pp.fOe(twocopies)Enc.:annotatedaccountofhisactionswithrespecttothatclandestinepassengerBOYE,JACQUES.Adjudant Sous-chefdel'Etat etIDLINGER,JOSEPHANTOINE. Administrdteur des Domainesnationauxdu Departement du Nord DS.InventorythatLatouche-TrevillehasletthemtakeofthebelongingsofmenprisonersaboardtheshipDuguayTrouin,underhiscom mand. 2pp.fOeDARANCE,CHARLES.MARCILLY,Chefd'Escadron

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1351-1357CALENDAROF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS182 Le Cap NICOLAS,Adjudant major DS.InventoryoftheeffectsofChefdeBrigadeBoyer.4pp.fa.1351. 1352. 1353. 1354.1355.1356.1357.an11,30brum.1802,21 Nov. Le Cap an11,30brum.1802,21 Nov. Le Cap an11,1frim.1802,22Nov.Prunetan11,1frim.1802,22 Nov. Les Peres an11,1frim.1802,22 Nov.St.Marcan11,1frim.1802,22 Nov.A bord de lafre gate"La Guerriere ttan11,1frim.1802,22 Nov.AquinMOULDT,ANTOINE.Chefde Bataillon DS.ListofbuildingsandfortificationsconstructedinLeCapduringan10 andan11.Notestheirpresentstate.12pp.fa.LSto:RochambeauExplainsthattherearenovacantjobsforCitizensMaissard, Trzy andLaCarriere,inspiteofthefactthattheyarehighlyrecommendedby Trvi11e andtheGeneral.Ifhewishes,theycanoccupytemporaryposts.2pp.fa.ARMAND,Chefde Bataillon ALSto:RochambeauCongratulatestheGeneralonhispromotionandassureshim,onbehalfoftheentirebattalion,oftheirprofoundrespectandloyalty.2pp.4.DEVERRE, Cormnandant du Depot LSto:RochambeauSendsasealedbottleofwinebyoneofhisofficers.1p.4.FRESSINET, PHILIBERT. General de BrigadeL(copy)to:Colbert,CormnandantExplainsthecausesfordelayingtheevacuationofthehospital:thegravityofillnessesandthegreatnumberofdeathsthatwillresult.Discussesthedestructionofthegarrison.3pp.4.IDLINGER,JOSEPHANTOINE. des DomainesnationauxduDepartementduNordBOYE,JACQUES.Adjudant cormnandant" Sous-chefde l 'Etat major DS.DeclarationreceivedfromGaudoin,Capitainede lafregate "La Guerriere", abouthispropertiesatPortdePaix,oneofwhichheboughtfromthewidowOuvertut,andtheotherfromDame Prvost. Gaudoindeclaresthathedoesnotoweanything,andnobody owes anythingtohim.Therefollowsalistofmerchandiseheisbringingontheship.3pp. fa. NERETTE,Chefde la 4e Legion deGendarmerie LSto:RochambeauAssurestheGeneralofhisrespectand10yal-

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183CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1358-13651358.1359. 1360.1361.1362.1363.1364.1365.an11,1frim.1802,22Nov.Jacmelan11,1frim.1802,22 Nov.PortRepublicainan11,1frim.1802,22 Nov.PortRepublicainan11,1frim.1802,22 Nov. LeCap an11,1frim.1802,22 Nov. LeCap an11,2frim.1802,23 Nov. LeCap an11[?],2frim.1802[?],23 Nov. Le Cap an11,2frim.1802,23 Nov. Le Mole ty,andwisheshimgoodhealthsothathemaysuccessfullyachievetheheavydutiesentrustedtohim.2pp.4.PAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General de BrigadeLSto:RochambeauLetterofcongratulations tp theGeneralforhispromotionto General enchefofSt.Domingue.1p.4.PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Brigade., Commandantde laPlace LSto:RochambeauReportsthatGeneralWatrinisgravelyillwithyellowfever.Describesmilitaryactions.4pp.4.LSto:RochambeauReportsthedeathofGeneralWatrin;urgentrequestforhisreplacement.1p.4.See also nos. 1368.TOUZARD,Chefde Bataillon LSto:Rochambeau Sends areportonCommandantMathieu.1p.4.Enc.:petitionsignedbyMathieutoRochambeau;report:seeno. 2251.[ROCHAMBEAU,DONATIENMARIEJOSEPHDEVIMEURDE]. General enchefAD.OrdertothePayeur general forpaymentofsomeofficers;establishesthesumtobepaid.1p.fOeBUNEL,FemmeLSto:Rochambeau Apetitionforherfreedom,containingalistofsignaturesbyneighborsattestingherinnocence.2pp.fOeMAUPAS,CHARLES.Adjudant major de laGarde nationaleALSto:RochambeauJustifieshimselffortheresultsofthedrilloftheGardenationaleintheparadeofthepreviousday.HeknowstheGeneralwasnotsatisfied,buthehadreceivedpreciseordersfromGeneralClaparede.1p.4.LESNOTABLESDUMOLE.LSto:Grandsaigne,Chefdel'Etat major de la Division Brunet. AreforwardingareportwithinformationtheyhavegatheredaboutGenty.Unfairnessandvexationsinflicted

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1366-1372CALENDAROF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS1841366.an11,2frim.1802,23 Nov.PortRepub1icain1367.an11,2frim.1802,23 Nov. Le Mole 1368.an11,2frim.1802,23 Nov.PortRepublicain1369.an11,2frim.1802,23 Nov. Le Cap 1370.an11,3frim.1802,24 Nov. Jeremie 1371.an11,3frim.1802,24 Nov.Jacmel1372.an11,4frim.1802,25 Nov.Port-au-Princebythispersonuponemployeesarerevealed.1p.fOe(enc.ofno.1394)Seealsonos. 1391.PANISSE,PIERRE.Chefde CommandO:llt delaPlaceL8to: Rochambeau ReportstheburialceremonyofGeneral Ha trine1p.4.Seealsonos. 1368.PREVOST, President du TribvAal de InstanceDS.StatementagainstGenty, Capitaine de Port, forhavingbeatenthe t1;.,O brothersofCaptainBoulineau;manyothertimeshehasthreatenedother 'vorkers,,.,ho havecomplained.1p.fa.(enc.of1394)QUANTIN General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauReportsfactsaboutGeneral Hatrin's death.3pp.40.Seealsonos. 1366.SORBIER,Capitainede Grenadiers 1Sto:Rochambeau Acomplimentarynoteexpressinghis Hilling nesstoservetheGeneralwithdeepdevotion.1p.fOeMINUTY,Cornmissaire deJusticeALSto:RochambeauReportstheinstallationofthe neHTribunaux, as 1;.,as instructedbyGeneralLeclerc.Grand'Anseneedsmorestudybeforetheestablishmentofmorecourtsofjustice.2pp.fOePAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General deBrigadeLSto:RochambeauAnAmericanvesselhascommunicated Hith therebelsalongthecoastandintheharborsinspiteofordersoftheFrenchgovernment.HehasorderedthatthevesselbebroughttoJacmelbyforceifnecessary.Inallprobability,theAmericansaretryingtoencouragethewarforAmericancommercialinterests.2pp.4.Enc.:testimonyofavesselfromHarseilleswhichonthe24brumaire sm., anAmericanshipanchorednearAnses-a-Pltres.QUANTIN General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauReportstheevacuationofthetroopsofMire-

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185CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1373-13781373.1374.1375.1376.an11,4frim.1802,25Nov.St.Louisan11,5frim.1802,26 Nov. Le Cap an11,5frim.1802,26Nov.Jacmelan11,5frim.1802,26 Nov.Port-au-Princebalaisforlackofammunitionandarms;othermovementsoftroopsunderthecommandofNeraud.2pp.fOeLEFRANC,CitoyendeSt.LouisLSto: General Laplume AskspermissiontoleaveforAmericaorforFrancetocareforhishealthandsupervisetheeducationofhischildren.2pp.fOeALIX,JACQUESALEXANDREFRANCOIS.Chefde Bri gadeALSto:RochambeauRequeststhatanimpartialexaminationbemadeofhiscase.ExplainsthatthecommissionassignedbyRochambeauincludedhisaccuserandthreeothermenwhoareprejudiced.3pp.fOePAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General de Brigade Lto:RochambeauDescribesmeasurestakentoinducemerchantvesselstoentertheport.ReportstherefusalofaBorde1aisvesseltosellwheat,desperatelyneededbythetroops.Reportstheattempteddesertionofseveralcitizens.4pp.4.(incomplete)QUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauHehasvisitedCroixdesBouquetsandhelistsalltheneedsofthatpost.IsverypleasedwithGeneralNeraud.3pp.fOel376a.an11,5frim.1802,26 Nov. Jeremie RAULET,Chef d'Escadron., Commandantde laGendarmerie ALSto:CapitaineDelageHastransmittedhislettertoGeneralD'Arbois,who wasverypleased,andwantshim(Delage)toleaveimmediatelytojoinDesravines.1p.fOe(addressleaf;enc.ofno.1386)1377.1378.an11,5frim.1802,26 Nov.PortRepublicainan11,5frim.1802,26Nov. [Le Cap SACQUELEU,Adjudant commandant., Chefde l' Etat major ALSto:RochambeauHereceivedRochambeau'slettertoGeneralWatrintheverydayofthatgeneral'sdeath.HasinvitedDesbureauxtoreturntoLeCap.GeneralQuantinhastakencommandoftwodivisions.1p.fOeD.SituationoftheofficerPierreNicolasLaurent;indicationofhisservices.Broadside

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1379-1386CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1861379.an11,5frim.1802,26Nov.PortRepublicain1380.an11,6frim.1802,27Nov. Le Cap 1381.an11,6frim.1802,27 Nov.Abordde"L'Eglantine"1382.an11,6frim.1802,27 Nov.BasseTerre(Guadeloupe)1383.an11,6frim.1802,27 Nov.LeCap 1384.an11,6frim.1802,27 Nov.Jacmel1384a.an11,6frim.1802,27 Nov. Jeremie 1385.an11,7frim.1802,28 Nov. Le Mole VOLANT, Payeur divisionnairedu Departementdel'ArtiboniteLSto:RochambeauInvitestheGeneraltoArtibonite.Referstothesicknessof"la charmo:ate Caroline."1p.fOeALIX,JACQUESALEXANDREFRANCOIS.ChefdeBrigadeALSto:RochambeauHepossessesa numberofmapsofSt.Domingue;hewillbewillingtohavecopiesmadeofthemforthearmybutinsistsonretainingpropertyrightsovertheoriginals.1p.fOeDARRIGRAND,Capitainedu Navire lantine"L(coPY)to: General PageotThesecondorderwillbeobeyed.Hewilltrytohelp;sympathizeswiththeGeneralforhisownsituation.2pp.4.(enc.ofno.1424)LACROSSE,JEANBAPTISTERAYMOND. Contre-amiral., Capitaine general de la GuadeloupeDS.CommendationtoCaptainCugnoforhisgoodbehavior.2pp.fOeLANCHAMP, Payez,;.:pgeneral de l'Armee ALSto:RochambeauReportsabalanceof3,055francs,17centimes.1p.4.PAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General deBrigadeLSto:Rochambeau RecommendstotheGeneralhisbrotherwhoisSous-commissairede Marine.Requestsaconfirmationofhisrank.2pp.4.RAULET,Chef Commando:atde laGendarmerie ALSto:CapitaineDelageReportsthathehasreceivedaletterfromNerette ,,,arning himthatGeneralRochambeauhasappolntedCitizenPageottoreplacehim(Delage);asksthathemakepreparationsforhistransfer.1p.4.(enc.ofno.1386)LECONSEILD'ADMINISTRATIONDU1 e rBATAILLONDECANONNIERSDELAMEDITERRANEE.LSto:RochambeauPledgeallegiancetotheirnew commanderandcongratulatehimonhispromotion.2pp.fOe(signedbyallmembers)1386.an11,8frim.DELAGE,Capitainede Gendarmerie

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187CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1387-13931802,29Nov.TiburonALSto:RochambeauRequeststhattheGeneralreviewhisrecordbeforemakingthefinaldecisiononorderinghimtoleavethecompany. 1p.fOeEnc.:recordofservices;aletterfromNerette;twolettersfromRau1et:seenos. 1384a.1387.an11,8frim.[?JHUIN,CHRISTOPHE.Chef de Brigade1802,29Nov.[?JALSto:Rochambeau,PortRepub1icainReportsthesuccessfulcampaignofNeraudagainsttherebelscommandedbyPetionattheRobertplantation,wheretheyweredefeated.3pp.fOe1388.1389. 1390.1391.an11,8frim.1802,29Nov. Le Mole an11,8frim.1802,29Nov. Le Cap [Fran<;ais] an 8frim.1802,29Nov. LeCap [Fran<;aisJ an11,8frim.1802,29Nov. Le Mole GRANDSAIGNE,HYPOLITE.Chefde l 'Etatde la Division Brunet ALSto: Contre-amiral Latouche-Trevi1leGeneralBrunethassuspendedGentyfromhispostasCapitainedePort;thislatterisbeingsenttoLe Cap,orderedtotellthecausestotheContre-amiral.1p.fOe(enc.ofno.1394)See also nos. 1391.LANCHAMP,Payeur general del' Armee LSto:RochambeauReportsthat400,000francsarenowavailableforthe Prefetcolonial, accordingtoorders.1p.4.LSto:RochambeauReportstheallotmentoffundsforthewaradministrationoftheDepartementsdu Sudanddel'Ouest,asaccordingtotheGeneral'sorder.2pp.4.MOPARD,Commandantde"La Creole" ALSto:Latouche-Treville,Commandantdes ForcesnavalesdeSt.DomingueHeiscontinuingtoinvestigatetheaccusationagainstCapitainede Port Genty.RequeststheGeneral'sinterventioninthecase.2pp.4.(followedbyletteroftheNotables,copiedinMopard'shand)Seealsonos. 1394.1392.an11,8frim.PREVOST, President du Tribunal de pre1802,29Nov. miere InstanceLe Cap [Fran<;aisJ LSto:Fontaine, Secretairegeneral The documentsentbacktohimisvalidenoughasreceiptforpaymentofsumsduethelateM.Longchamps. 1p.4.1393.an11,8frim.SEGRETTINE,Chefde Bataillon

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1394-1401CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1881802,29Nov.L'Anse-a-Veau1394.an11,9frim.1802,30Nov. Le Male 1395.an11,9frim.1802,30Nov. Jacme11396.an 11, frim.1802,Nov.-Dec.Le Cap 1397.an 11, 11frim.1802,2 Dec. Les Cayes1398.an11,11frim.1802,2 Dec. Le Mole 1399.an 11, 11frim.1802,2 Dec. Le Cap 1400.an11,12frim.1802,3 Dec. Mole St.NicolasL8to:RochambeauReportsaplotinLePetitTrou HhichHas discoveredandtheparticipants Here punished.SincethearrivaloftheFrenchtroopshispositionisveryuncertain.3pp.4.MOPARD,Commanda:rztde Pre-gate ALSto:Latouche-Treville,Commandantdes Forcesnavales.IssendinghimthedenunciationsagainstGenty.1p.4.Enc.:letterssignedbyPrevost,Grandsaigne,theNotables:seenos. 1388.Seealsono.1391.PAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General de Brigade L(copy)to:Darrigrand,Capitainedu Navire "L'Eglantine". Hishes thattheCaptain \'lere sincereaboutthefeelingsheexpressessothathe(Pageot) Hould nothavetouseforceagainstaFrenchshiptoobligeittohelpaFrenchcitysufferingfromfamine.2pp.4.Cenc.ofno.1424)DAURE,HECTOR.Commissaire ordonnatevy enchefDS.Ordersthat2,000francsbepaidtoColonelMathiefromthefundof100,000thatRochambeauhadgivenhimforexpendituresinmonthofnivose.1p.fa.BERGER,LOUISMARIE.Chefde Brigade LSto:Rochambeau AnnouncesthatCoupethasbeenarrestedforwritinganonymousletterstothenegroes,tellingthemthatitwastheintentionofthewhitestoexterminatetheirrace.2pp.fOeEnc.:monthlyreport,movementsintheportGRANDSAIGNE,HYPOLITE.AdjudantcommandantL8to: General enchef[Rochambeau]RegardsBaudinasaverydangerousman.1p.fa.Enc.:letterfromBaudin:seeno.1339.LANCHAMP, Payeurgeneral de l'Armee LSto:RochambeauReportsabalanceof50,539francs,64centimesintheCaisse.1p.4.BOUJARDIERE, Uedecin.en chefdes Hopi-taux du lljole L8to:RochambeauApplicationforthepositionofmedicalinspector.2pp.fa.Enc.:recordofservices1401.an11,12frim.LEMOINE,CommandantdelaParoissedu

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189 OFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1402-140R1802,3 Dec.PetitTrou1402.an11,12frim.1802,3Dec.Le Mole 1403.an11,12frim.1802,3Dec.Le Cap 1404.an11,13frim.1802,4 LeCap 1405.an11,13frim.1802,4 Dec.Santo1406.an11,13frim.1802,4Dec.Jacme11407.an11,13frim.1802,4 Dec.Jacme11408.an11,13frim.1802,4Dec.Jacme1Petit Trou LSto:RochambeauComplainsthatsincehisarrivalthreemonthsago,hehasnotbeenabletoobtaineitherfoodrationsorhisfurniture.Asksforassistance.2pp.4.MINUTY,CorrrmissairedeJusticeALSto:Rochambeau Announceshisarrivalattheport;willpresenthiscredentialsthefollowingweek.1p.fOeMOULUT,ANTOINE.Chefde Bataillon LSto:RochambeauSubmitshisideasontheconstructionoftheb10ckhouses.lS3pp.fOeEnc.:coloredplanoftheprojectedblockhousesALIX,JACQUESALEXANDREFRANCOIS.Chefde Bri gadeLSto:RochambeauProteststhathereceivedtheordertoreturntoFrancesentbyGeneralLeclercbeforehisdeath.AskstheGeneraltoinvestigatethematter.2pp.fOeNERAUD,GILBERT.Chef d'EscadronALSto:RochambeauHehasfoughtsomerebelsandwillfightthemagain.1p.4.PAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General deBrigadeLSto:RochambeauSendsinformationaboutthesituationofChefde Bataillon De1pechatPetit-Goave.MentionssuccessfuloperationsagainsttheinsurgentsbyCommandantPierreVia11etofMiragoane,aloyalnegro.3pp.4.---'ALSto: Rocharnbeau Foodscarcityisincreasingandno moneyisavailabletopaythesoldiers.NeedshelpfromGeneralLaplumeatLesCayesandGeneralKerversauatSantoDomingo.Continuesto combat Rigaud fils and his rebels.Requestsmoretroops.3pp.4.LSto:RochambeauPraisesDieudonneandDe1pech.Reportsthatheiscompletelylackinginwheat.Requestspromotionsforvarious members ofhisstaff.4pp.4.(noteinRochambeau'shand)

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1409-1416CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1901409.1410.1411.1412.1413.1414.1415.1416.an11,13frim.1802,4Dec.PortRepublicainan11,13 frim. 1802,4Dec.Le Cap an11,14frim.1802,5Dec.Petit-Goavean11,14frim.1802,5Dec.Santoan11,15frim.1802,6Dec.Petit-Goavean11,15frim.1802,6Dec.Santoan11,15frim.1802,6Dec.PortRepublicainan11,15frim.1802,6Dec.Caracas(Vene-zuela)PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde CommCJJ1.do:at de laPlace LSto:RochambeauDefendshimselfagainstscurrilousrumorsandlieswhichmightreachtheGeneral.Alsoreportsonimprisonmentof t\VO Frenchcitizens.2pp.4.TOUZARD,ChefdeBataillonLSto:RochambeauReturnsthreepetitionsthattheGeneralhadsenthimforexaminationandadvises \vaiting untilorderisrestoredinthecolonybeforejudgingdefinitivelythecitizensAugustin,LanonandRosario.1p.fOeEnc.:petitionforjustice,oneforeachcitizenDELPECH,ChefdeBataillonLSto:Rochambeau Ackno\vledges theGeneral'sletterandthankshimfortheremembrance.2pp.4.NERAUD,GILBERT.Chef d'Escadron dela merieLSto:RochambeauRequestspermissiontoreturntothecitybecauseofhishealth.Reportscompletetranquillity.1p.fOeDELPECH,ChefdeBataillonLSto:Rochambeau AnnouncesthearrivalofreinforcementsfromLe Cap.Reportsthatthefortissurroundedbyrebelsandthatheisobligedtostationguardseachnighttopreventfires.Severalattemptshavebeenmadewiththisintention.Twohouseswereburned.2pp.4.NERAUD,GILBERT.Chefd'Escadrondela Gendar merieALSto:RochambeauSendsaflagtakenfromtheenemy. 1p.4.PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde CommandOYlt dela Place LSto:RochambeauDepartureofGeneralQuantin;hopesthatRochambeauwillcometoPort-au-PrinceafterFortDauphinisretaken.3pp.4.PONS,FRANCOISR.J.DE.ALSto:RochambeauHisenvoy'sbehaviorincertaintransactionswiththeSpanishgovernmentinCaracashasseriouslydespleasedtheGovernor,whois

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191CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1417-14221417.an11,15frim.1802,6Dec.Caracas(Venezuela)1418.an11,15frim.1802,6Dec.Aquin1419.an11,16frim.1802,7Dec.Mor1aix(France)1420.an11,16frim.1802,7Dec.St.Domingue1421.an11,17frim.1802,8Dec.Le Cap 1422.an11,18frim.seridingashiptoSt.Dominguetomake acompletereportofthematter.IsaddressingthisreporttoRochambeau,assumingthathemayhavesucceededGeneralLeclerc,ofwhosedeaththeyhaveheard.2pp.fOe---'ALSto:RochambeauReferstoGeneralLeclerc'sdecisiontocontractaloanwiththeSpanishgovernmentinCaracas,andtohisenvoyswhowereintendedtosupervisethetransaction;theirbehaviorandlackoftacthaveinducedtheSpanishgovernortointerruptthenegotiations;whentheywerereadytorecommencethenewsofLeclerc'sdeathcautionedtheSpaniardsagainstthedeal.AskstheGeneraltoentrusthimwiththepowertoaccomplishthetransaction,forthebenefitofthetwogovernments.3pp.fOeQUANTIN General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauHeisreadytodepart;iswaitingforGeneralFressinetwhowilltakehispostwhileheisabsent.2pp.4.BOUCAULT, Sous-commissaire de Marine charge duServiceauPortde Morlaix ALSto:LeclercExpresseshisthankstotheGeneralforhisgoodwilltowardshisson-in-lawandrequestshimtoforwardtheattachedparceltohisson.3pp.4LEQUOI-MONGIRAUD,FJ Commissaire du Gouvernement-----LSto:RochambeauHehasreceivedaletterfromGeneralKerversauwhichtellsthelocationoftheenemy,andthemeansofstoppingitsadvanceanddestruction.1p.19.5x12.5em.GOMBAULT, Prepose des Domainesna-tionaux charge de laCuratelle desSuccessionsvacantesLSto:RochambeauHehasserved,firstasJuge tribunal civil,andthensatisfactorilyas Curateur desSuccessions.Nowhehearsthathewillbesuspendedfromthepositionandwouldliketoknowthecauses.Asksforaninterview.2pp.fOeEne.:recordofservicesFRESSINET,PHILIBERT. GeneraZ de Brigade

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1423-1428CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1921423.1424.1425.1426. 1427.1802,9 Dec.PortRepub1icainan11,18frim.1802,9 Dec. Le Cap \\\an11,19 frim. 1802,10 Dec.Jacme1an11,20frim.1802,11Dec.Port-au-Princean11,20frim.1802,11Dec.St.Pierre(Mar-tinique)an11,21frim.1802,12 Dec.LesCayesLSto:Rochambeau AnnouncesthatheisreplacingGeneralBrunet.GivesinformationonSt.Marc, \vhich heleftina goodsituation;alsoconveysmilitaryinformation.3pp.fa.IDLINGER,JOSEPHANTOINE. des DomainesnationauxDS.Consistsofthereports of thisadministrationconcerningtheaffairofCitizensFauresandPotard,andDameFournierandthefarmersoftheFournier-Bellevueplantation.10pp.fOePAGEOTFRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General deBrigadeLSto:RochambeauReportsonthebehaviorofM.Darrigrand,captainoftheEglantine,whoaddedslanderandliestohisdesobedience.AskstheGeneraltoexerthisseverityagainsttheculprit.4pp.fOeEnc.:letterfromDarrigrandtoPageot;letterfromthelattertotheformer:seenos. 1381., 1395.LACHAISE,VIARD.VeuveL8to:RochambeauPetitiontoretainahouseleasedtoherbyThouninsandTessierin1801foraperiodofsixyearsandwhichthesepersonswantbackattheendofthemonth.2pp.fOeEnc.:anotarizedrentalcontractNAVERRE,ChefdeBrigade en Mission aux Islesdu VentALSto: leMinistre de laGuerre [Berthier]NegroleadershavedeceivedGeneralLeclerctowhomtheypromisedloyalty;theyhaveabandonedtheirposts.Whenheleft,thearmy wasreducedtotheoccupationofsomesitesonthecoasts;itwillbedifficulttore-establishthepeacewhichexistedunderGeneralLeclerc.4pp.fOeBERGER,LOUISMARIE.Chefde BrigadeLSto:RochambeauReportsthemurderoftwolandownersandthesubsequent/departureofafifty-mandetachmenttosearchfortherebels.AnnouncestheexecutionoffourrebelsbyorderofGeneralLaplume.2pp.fOe1428.an 11) 21frim.1802,12Dec.PortRepublicainDAUMAR,LSto:Rochambeau Apetitionforjustice:forfinancialreasons.hewasimprisoned3pp.fOe

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193CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1429-1435a1429.1430. 1431.1432.1433. 1434.1435.an11,21frim.1802,12 Dec.PortRepub1icainan11,21frim.1802,12 Dec.FortDauphinan11,21frim.1802,12 Dec. Le Cap an11,22frim.1802,13 Dec.Paris(France)an11,22-24frim.1802,13-15Dec.Le Cap an11,23frim.1802,14Dec.PortRepub1icainan11,23frim.1802,14 Dec. LeCap Enc.:twodocumentsfromthe Tribunal ofPortRepub1icainsupportinghisinnocenceFRESSINET, PHILIBERT. General de Brigade ALSto:RochambeauWritesconcerningofficersandmilitaryaffairs.Hereceived600menofthe86eBrigadeforre-seizingtheshipL'Annibal,andhewillsailnextdaytoL'Arcahietorecoveritfromtheenemy. 2pp.fOeJACQUES,ANTOINE.Notablede laVille ALSto:RochambeauRequeststhecoffeeand10gwoodwhichwastakenfromhisproperty:itsreturnwillsavehimfrompoverty.2pp.fOeEnc.:receiptSIMON,GENEVIEVEJENNYHENAULT.VeuveLSto:RochambeauPetitionstoobtainthesalaryduebythegovernmenttoherlatehusband,Lieutenant d'Artillerie de Marine, inordertopaydebts.1p.fOeEnc.:anaccountofthemoneydueAUDEVAN,EALSto:Rochambeau RecommendstotheGeneral'sattentionBoudurand,anofficerwhohadbeensentfromthearmyofItalytoSt.Domingue.AlsorequestsanorderofserviceinSt.Domingueforhisyoungbrother.1p.4.[ROCHAMBEAU,DONATIENMARIEJOSEPHDEVIMEURDE]. General en chef D.Nomination of CitizensDuclosandMoreauforappointmentsintheTribunaux.1p.fOeFRESSINET, PHILIBERT. General de LSto: RochaIDbeau ApetitioninfavoroftheinhabitantsofSt.Marcforrepossessionoftheirproperties,whichhadbeentakenduringtheevacuationoftheplacebythetroopsofGeneralQuantin.3pp.fa.QUANTIN General deDivisionALSto:Rochambeau AnnounceshisdeparturefromPort-au-Prince,andrecountswhathashappenedtosome 180menduringtheperiodofthe13thtothe15th.2pp.fOe1435a.an11,23frim.1802,14Dec.ALSto:Rocharnbeau

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1436-1444CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1941436.1437.1438.LeCap an11,23frim.1802,14Dec.LeCap an11,24frim.1802,15Dec.LeCap an11,24frim.1802,15 Dec. Le Cap AnnounceshisarrivalinLeCapandrecountsexperiencesofhistwelvedaysinPort-auPrince.ExpresseshisfeelinginregardtoRochambeau'snewappeal.1p.fa.RICHEMONT,LSto:RochambeauHeisforwardingsomeratherstrangedocuments.1p.4.Ene.:lackingLALANCE,Inspecteurde RevenuesDS.ListofamountsoffodderdueM.Deseul1eforthemonthsoffruct.,vend.,brum.,andfrim.2pp.fOeQUANTIN General deDivisionALSto:Rochambeau Recommends apromotionforoneofhissubordinates,CaptainVe1astaur.1p.fa.1439.an11,24frim.1802,15Dec. LeCap ---'ALSto:Rochambeau RecommendsM.Dumont. 1p.fa.1440.1441.1442.1443.1444.an11,24frim.1802,15 Dec. Le Cap an11,24frim.1802,15Dec.Le Cap an11,24frim.1802,15 Dec. LeCap an11,24frim.1802,15 Dec. LeCap an11,26frim.1802,17Dec. Le Mole ALSto:RochambeauRequestshispayforthepastfourmonths.1p.fa.---'ALSto:RochambeauRequeststhetitleofchef d'escadPon forhis aide-de-camp. 1p.fa.---'ALSto:RochambeauRequestspermissiontoremainthreedaysmorewhereheisbeforeleavingforhisnewappointmentasCornmandantofCibao.1p.fOeRIMES[?],AdjudantdeCampdePascal sabes LSto:RochambeauIssendingdetailedlistofpersonsdeportedsincethe20frimaire.1p.fa.(signedbyRimesforSabes)Ene.:list;printed ordre du jour, 21frim.,an11,byRochambeauDEGRASSE,AUGUSTE.Adjoint Ql 'Etat majorGeneral de Z'Armee L8to:RochambeauReportssicknessofGeneralD'Heniu;urgentlyrequestspermissiontoserveunderGeneralsBrunetandFerrandratherthanBarquier,for

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195CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1445-14501445.1446.1447. 1448. 1449.1450.an11,26frim.1802,17 Dec.Abordde"LeDuguay"an11,26frim.1802,17 Dec. Le Cap an11,27frim.1802,18Dec.PortRepub1icainan11,27frim.1802,18Dec.PortRepub1icainan11,30frim.1802,21 Dec.PortRepub1icain[an11,30frim.][1802,21Dec.]Port-au-Princereasonsbetterunwritten.3pp.4.LATOUCHE-TREVILLE,LOUISRENEMADELEINELEVASSaRDE. Arniral ALSto: Z'Amiralanglais [Duckworth?]AskshimtoreceivefavorablyGeneralNoail les, chargedwithnotifyinghimandthegovernor-ofJamaicaoftheappointmentofRo chambeauassuccessortoLeclerc.3pp.fa.(Englishtranslationincluded)MOULUT,ANTOINE.ChefdeBatailZonLSto:RochambeauRequestsexemptionfrommilitaryserviceforthecarpenterslistedontheenclosedsheet,becausetheyareindispensablefortheconstructionoftheCaisseandforthedefenseofLe Cap. 1p.fa.Enc.:lackingFRESSINET, PHILIBERT. General deBrigadeALSto:RochambeauReportstheunjusticedonetoGarde magasinMarybyColbert,Commissaire des Guerres.Giveshisownpointofviewonthedisagreementbetweenthesetwo.3pp.fOeSee also nos. 1556.PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Commandantde laPlace LSto:RochambeauReportsthatneithertheplantationBellevuenorChateauBlond,assignedtohimbytheGeneral,belongstohimanymore.LavalettearrivedandBrunetisdoingbetter.3pp.4.CAMFRANCQ, Negociant ALSto:RochambeauForwardsa copyoftheletter,signedbytheprincipalcoloniall11erchants 6f St.Domingue, whi'chhasbeensenttodifferentcommercialestablishmentsinFrance.1p.4.Enc.:seeno.1450.LESNEGOCIANTSETHABITANTSDUPORT-AU-PRINCE.LSto: Messieurs et chersconeitoyens TheyneverdoubtedthesuccessoftheFrencharmiesbuttherehasbeenaseriesofcalamitiesandthedeathofGeneralLeclercwasnottheleast.ArenewedconfidencehascometothecitizenswiththeappointmentofGeneralRochambeau:heistheleaderneeded,withideascontainingnofalsephilosophies.6pp.fOe(enc.ofno.1449)

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1451-1459CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1961451.an11,30frim.1802,21Dec.FortDauphin1452.an11,30frim.1802,21 Dec.FortDauphin1453.an11,1niv.1802,22 Dec.Jacme11454.an11,1niv.1802,22 Dec.Jacmel1455.an11,2niv.1802,23 Dec.LesCayes1456.an11,2niv.1802,23 Dec.PortRepub1icain1457.an11,3niv.1802,24 Dec.St.Marc1458.an11,3niv.1802,24 Dec. Le Cap 1459.an11,3niv.1802,24 Dec.Port-au-PrinceQUANTIN General deDivisionALSto:Rochambeau HastransferredhisforcestoSt.Josephbecauseit 1;\TaS impossibletoholdthepresentgarrison.2pp.fOe---'ALSto:RochambeauReportsthathehasbeenattackedbyenemyforcesfrommidnightto3a.m.AdvisestheestablishmentofanEtat major dePlace.1p.fOePAGEDT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General de Brigade ALSto:RochambeauGivesanaccountofthemilitarysituationatJacmelandoftherebels'extremistactivities.2pp.fOe---'ALSto:RochambeauRequestsverificationofthefactthat General deBrigadeFressinetofPort-au-PrincehasbeenpromotedtoCorrrmandantdu Sudetdel'Ouest.ReceivedaletterfromGeneral Ha trinasCommandantdu Sudetdel'Ouest,andwantsto kno1;\T under 1;\Thom heisserving.2pp.40.BERGER,LOUISMARIE.Chefde BrigadeLSto:RochambeauReportsoperationsagainsttherebels.3pp.fOePANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde BrigadeALSto:RochambeauReportsthearrestofTroche,asordered;returnofGeneralLavalette;GeneralBrunet'srapidrecovery.2pp.4.HALL, Commissaire des Guerres L(coPY)to: General Lux,Chef de BrigadeIsresigningfromhispostbecauseofordersreceivedfromColbert.1p.4.(approvedcopy,signedbyFressinet)LOVERTIER,ChefdePoliceDS.OfficialreportofaninspectionandtheliftingofthesealsaffixedtotheeffectsofCitizenBarras.2pp.fOe(signedtoobyDetouche, commissaire) NERAUD,GILBERT.Chefde BrigadeALSto:Rochambeau RecommendsCaptainSt.JamesfortherankofChefd'Escadroninthe3 eLegiondeGendar-

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1,.97 CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERSmerie.1p.4.1460-14681460.an11,4niv.1802,25Dec.MonteChrist1461.an11,4niv.1802,25Dec.SantoDomingo1462.an11,5niv.1802,26Dec.Le Cap 1463.an11,6niv.1802,27Dec.Paris(France)1464.an11,6niv.1802,27 Dec.St.Marc1465.an11,6niv.1802,27Dec.St.Marc1466.an11,6niv.1802,27Dec.St.Marc1467.an11,6niv.1802,27Dec.St.Marc1468.an11,6niv.QUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:Rochambeau SendstheplansofevacuationwhichGeneralFerrandhasprepared,andlistshisrequestsforthepersonshewantstoaccompanyhim.2pp.fOeEne.:lackingVALDONY,ChefdeBrigadeLSto:RochambeauForwardsaletterbyM.Castro,governorofPuertoRico,reportingtheattemptedsaleofnegroex-rebelsofGuadeloupebyM.Briot,captainoftheFrenchcorvette,Le Berceau. 1p.4.Enc.:seeno. 1265.ROCHAMBEAU,DONATIENMARIEJOSEPHDEVIMEURDE. General enchefDS.OfficialappointmentofPierretasCommissaire du Gouvernement presleTribunal de premiere InstanceandofJu1binasLieutenantdeJuge.2pp.fa.D'HARVILLE, General LSto:Rochambeau RecommendsGeneralMorgan;expresseshopeofreceivingnewsfromhim.1p.4.FRESSINET, PHILIBERT. General deBrigadeLSto:Rochambeau Thankshimforappointinghis aide-de-camp Ripperttotherankofcaptain.HerecommendsthatthisofficerbecalledtoworkintheofficeoftheEtat majorgeneral. 1p.4.LSto:Rochambeau ArequestforextrapaytothegarrisonofSt.Marcforstrenuousservice.1p.4.LSto: General BrunetAboutmisbehaviorofColbert,Commissaire des Guerres; advisesthatheshouldbedismissed.2pp.4.L8to:Rochambeau Recommends apromotionforCaptainAussenac.1p.4.

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1469-14761802,27 Dec.St.MarcCALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERSLSto:RochambeauRequeststhattheLieutenantRuaudbeappointedashis aide-de-camp. 1p.4.1981469.an11,6niv.1802,27 Dec.St.Marc1470.an11,6niv.1802,27 Dec. Le Cap 1471.1802,27Dec.Kingston(Ja maica) 1472.an11,6niv.1802,27 Dec. Jacme11473.an11,6niv.1802,27 Dec. MonteChrist1474.an11,6niv.1802,27Dec.MonteChrist1475.an11,6niv.1802,27 Dec. MonteChrist1476.an11,6niv.1802,27 Dec. MonteChristFRESSINET, PHILIBERT. General deBrigadeLSto: Rocharnbeau RequestsreimbursementfortheextraordinaryexpensesincurredbyhimduringtheblockadeofSt.Marc.1p.4.MOULUT,ANTOINE.ChefdeBataillonLSto:Rochambeau Asksthattheofficersofthe Genie receivesamerationsasothertroops,andtheirpaymentbeupdated,consideringtheenormousexpensesimposedonthemasaresultoftheircontinuousdisplacement.1p.fOeNOAILLES,LOUIS. General deBrigadeL(copy)to:GeneralDuckworthExpressesthanksforthekindreceptionhereceived.Hewassopleasedthathewouldhavelikedtostaylonger,butColonelL'A1lemandfelldangerouslyillandtheyhadtoleave.1p.4.(enc.ofno.1586)PAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General deBrigadeLSto: Rochambeau Reportsasuccessfulattackagainsttherebels,andreiterateshisrequestformoretroopstoreplacethegreatnumberofmenwhohavediedofyellowfever.4pp.fOeQUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauDescribeshisarrivalfromFortDauphintoMonteChrist;someplansforbetteradministrationofdistributivepoweroftheportswhichhehasalreadyinmind.4pp.4.---'ALSto:RochambeauReportstransferof168mentoFortDauphin.3pp.4.---'ALSto:RochambeauReportsthatGeneralLaCroixhassent48,000cartridgesfromotherpostsunderhiscom mand;heneedsmoremenandsupplies.2pp.4.---'ALSto:RochambeauIswaitingforthe number ofdivisiontowhichhewillbeassigned;hehasreviewed

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199CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERSthetroops.2pp.4.1477-14851477.an11,8niv.1802,29Dec.Pointe-a-Pitre(Guadeloupe)1478.[an-II,8niv.][1802,29Dec.][n.p.]1479.an11,8niv.1802,29Dec.BelleIsle(France?)1480.an11,8niv.1802,29Dec. MonteChrist1481.an11,8niv.1802,29Dec. MonteChrist1482.an11,9niv.1802,30 Dec. Le Cap 1483.an11,9niv.1802,30Dec. LeCap 1484.an11,10niv.1802,31 Dec. LeCap 1485.an11,10niv.1802,31 Dec. MonteChristARNAULD,ANTOINEChef deBatai Commandantde laPlace LSto:RochambeauGivesinformationonGuadeloupeanditspresentsituation.OfferscongratulationsontheGeneral'spromotion.2pp.fOeFERRAND,L. General de Brigade" Comman-dant de-za-Flace ADS.TestimonyoftheexcellentservicesgiventothearrondissementofMonteChristbyCaptainBalIan.1p.4.(enc.ofno.1787)LOUVERTURE,PLACIDE.ALSto:IssacLouvertureWritesconcerningthefamily:isastonishedbyhissilence.2pp.4.(addressleaf)QUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:CitoyenBaIlon,Chefcommandant a cette Place. HeisverysatisfiedwithBaIlon'sadministrativeandmilitaryactions.2pp.4.(enc.ofno.1787)ALSto:RochambeauReportsthattheembarkmentofcowsandmuleshasbeensuspended.Somefootsoldiers,FrenchdragoonsandSpanishrefugeesfromFortDauphinhavecome.3pp.4.ROCHAMBEAU,DONATIENMARIEJOSEPHDEVIMEURDE. General enchefDS.Decreeestablishinga Tribunal de premiere InstanceinMonteChrist.2pp.fOeDS.Decreeenumeratingthenewrulesfortheadministrationofthe Tribunaux deJustice.4 pp. fOeLUDOT,ANTOINE. Grand Juge deSt. Dorrringue LSto:RochambeauForwardscopyofcertificateofhisappointmentas Grand JugeinSt.Domingue,asestablishedbytheFirstConsul,Bonaparte.1p.fOeEnc.:appointmentas Grand Juge(copy)QUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauDescribesthesituationhefoundinMonteChristandannouncesthatheisreturningto

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1486-1491CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2001486.an11,12niv.1802,2Jan.LesCayes1486a.1803,3Jan.Port-au-Princehisowndepartement;hewilltrytocorrecttheinterruptionsinconnnunications bet\veen thetwoposts.2pp.fOeBERGER,LOUISMARIE.ChefdeBrigadeLSto:RochambeauReportsthatpeaceispracticallyrestoredinTiburon.GeneralLaplumedisarmed110negroesattheborderofMiragoaneandsentthembacktotheirplantations.Perretbroughtbackforty-onewhitemenfromCura whohadbeenincorporatedintothe90 eDemi-brigadede1aLigne.Fourrebels \Vere executedthatmorning.3pp.fOeGIROUST,MARTELB.ALSto:Rochambeau AsksforliftingoftheconfiscationonthepropertyofSophieMartelGiroustsinceGillesBambara,who wasthefarmeronthisproperty,hasjoinedtherebels.1p.fOe(enc.ofno.1572)Adjudant Chefdemen,whoarrivedthe13usedfordefenseinfive5pp.fOe1487.1488.1489.1490.1491.an11,13niv.1802,3Jan.FortdeFrance(Martinique)an11,13niv.1802,3Jan.Sarreboussean11,13niv.1803,3Jan.Le Cap an11,13niv.1803,3Jan.Le Cap an11,14niv.1803,4Jan.Jacme1LEFESSIER-GRANDPREY, Grand JugedelaMartiniqueetdeSainteLucieALSto:RochambeauRequestssupportinobtainingpermissionforM.Rouch,fatherofhissecretary,tobeincludedintheexemptionforpublicofficialsruledbytheconsuls.RecommendsCitizenBusson.2pp.4.CANGE, General de BPigade L(copy)to:Lacosse, laPlacedeLeogane.IsgladthatheiscommandingagainatLeogane.TriestoconvinceLacossetojointheforcesofDessa1inesagainstRochambeau.2pp.fOe(certificationofthecopybyBrunet)LANCHAMP, PayeUf'general del' Armee ALSto:RochambeauReportsbalanceof11,093francs,87centimesintheCaisse.1p.4.THOUVENOT,BrigadeLSto:RochambeauReportshow1,100niv.,an11,weredifferentplaces.PAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General deBrigadeALSto:RochambeauReportsuninterruptedfusilladeswiththeenemy,andhisunchangedmilitaryposition.

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201CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1492-14981492.1493.1494.1495.1496.1497.1498.an11,15niv.1802,5Jan.Le Cap an11,15niv.1803,5Jan.Jacme1an11,16niv.1803,6Jan.Le Cap an11,16niv.1803,6Jan.LeCap an11,16niv.1803,6Jan.Guadeloupean11,17niv.1803,7Jan.PortRepub1icainan11,17niv.1803,7Jan.LeCap LANCHAMP,Payeur general de l'Armee ALSto:RochambeauReportsbalanceof9,941francs,37centimesintheCaisse.1p.4.PAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General de Brigade LSto:RochambeauForsecuritymeasureshehasorderedtheunroofingoftwohousestothedetrimentoftwocitizens:ChristandMouche.Thesehousesweretoonearthearsenalandwarehouseandcouldhaveincreasedthedangeroffireandassault.2pp.fOeLANCHAMP, Payeurgeneral de l'Armee LSto:RochambeauReportsadeficitof654francs,21centimesintheCaisse.1p.fa.MOULUT,ANTOINE.ChefdeBataillonau Corps du Genie LSto:RochambeauForwardscopyofaletterthathewrotetotheofficiersde Genie atFortDauphinassuringthemoftheGeneral'scommendations.1p.fOeEne.:lackingRAIMBAULT, Secretaire du Quartier ALSto:RochambeauIndicatestheenclosureofaetterfromMme.Rochambeau.PrefersatransfertoSt.DomingueratherthanavacationinFranceashisfamilyprobablyhasrequested.2pp.4.Ene.:lackingBRUNET,JEANBAPTISTE. General deDivisionLSto:RochambeauContinuouslyreceivesrequestsfromthecom mandantsofLeoganeandPetit-Goaveforreinforcements,whichhecannotprovide. Pe tion,whohasbeenorderedbyLamourDerancetomeetDessalinestoobtainmunitions,isnotintheSouth;hasleftforPetit[Trou].Dessalineshasretrenched;attheMarchandhabitation.He(Brunet)exchangedgunshotswiththerebelsandtheyretreated.3pp.fa.(addressleaf)LANCHAMP, Payeurgeneral de l'Armee LSto:RochambeauReportsbalanceof3,743francs,89centimesintheCaisse.1p.4.

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1498a-1506CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2021498a.an11,18niv.1803,8Jan.[n.p.]BOSOND'USILLON,JEANLOUIS.Ancien Arpenteur de la Paroissede Rabel dePort-de-PaixALSto:Deraime,Sous-prefetdu Departement du Nord.Apetitiontobere-admittedtohisoldfunctionasland-surveyor.1p.fOe(atmargintherearenotesofrecommendationbyMou1et,Deraime,Mu1ette)Ene.:recordsofservice1499.1500.1501.1502.1503. 1504.1505.1506.an11,18niv.1803,8Jan.Le Cap an11,18niv.1803,8Jan.Le Cap an11,18niv.1803,8Jan.Jacme1an11,18niv.1803,8Jan.PortRepub1icainan11,19niv.1803,9Jan.LeCap an11,19niv.1803,9Jan.FortdeFrance(Martinique)an11,20niv.1803,10Jan.Paris(France)an11,20niv.1803,10Jan.Le Cap CAIGNET,ARMAND.Adjudant major., du ler Bataillonde la GardenationaleALSto:Rochambeau RecommendsofficerMasso1forthepositionofSecondLieutenantinhisbattalion.1p.4.LANCHAMP,Payeur general de l'Armee 1Sto:RochambeauReportsabalanceof1,256francs,21.5centimesintheCaisse.1p.fOePAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General deBrigadeLSto:RochambeauDescribestherecentperiodofcalmfollowedbyfighting.3pp.fOeVOLANT, divisionnairedu Departementdel'Artibonite1Sto:RochambeauRegretstheGeneral'slongabsencefromArtiboniteandreconunendshis nephe\v, CitizenPrevost-Monfort,whoisstayingat1eCap. 1p.fOeLANCHAMP,Payeur general de l'Armee 1Sto:RochambeauReportsadeficitof657francs,90centimesintheCaisse.1p.4.LEFFESSIER-GRANDPREY,Grand Jugede la MartiniqueetSainteLucieDS.AstatementthatM.JeanAntoineRouche,plantationowner,isapublicofficerandmaybeexemptedfromtheConsul'sorderdeclaringthatallproprietorsmustremainontheirproperties.1p.fOe[DECRES, DENIS]. lJinistre de I.Iarine etdes ColoniesL(copy)to:Ludot,Grand Juge deSt.DomingueSendshima copyofNapoleon'sorder.2pp.fOe(enc.of1812)TOUZARD,ChefdeBataillonLSto:RochambeauForwardscopyofaprinted ordre du jOVY for

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203CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1507-15131507.1508.1509.1510.1511. 1512.1513.an11,21niv.1803,11Jan.LesCayesan11,21niv.1803,11Jan.Le Cap an11,21niv.1803,11Jan.LeCap an11,23niv.1803,13Jan.Jacmelan11,23niv.1802,13Jan.Jacmelan11,24niv.1803,14Jan.Le Cap an11,24niv.1803,14Jan.St.LouistheGardenationa1e,issuedaccordingtotheGeneral'sorders.Eachofthecitizenslistedreceivedasimilarcopy.1p.fOeEnc.: Ordre duJour(broadside)BERGER,LOUISMARIE.Chefde Brigade., Commandant d'ArmesLSto:RochambeauReportspeaceandtranquillity.Announcesintendedtourofhisquarter,beginningthefollowingmorning.2pp.fOeLANCHAMP, Payeurgeneral de l'Armee LSto:RochambeauReportsadeficitof1,649francs,22centimesintheCaisse.1p.fOeLunOT,ANTOINE.Grand JugedeSt.DomingueLSto:RochambeauShortdiscussionofjudicialmatters,especiallydealingwitharegulationforvacantoffices.2pp.fOePAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General deBrigadeLSto:Rochambeau RecommendsCitizenPallier,captainrecentlypromotedtoChefdeBataillononlytofindhimselfcompetingwithPascal,towhomthisrankhadalreadybeengiven.2pp.4.Ene.:nominationfortherankofchefdebataillon;ordersfortransferLSto:RochambeauReportsthedefectionofa numberofhiscoloredsoldiers.Reiteratespleaformoretroops.3pp.fOeIDLINGER,JOSEPHANTOINE.Administrateurdes DomainesnationauxetDirecteur general des DouanesnationalesDS.HeandFontaineinpresenceofCitizenTrouchehaveopenedsmallboxwithpapersbelongingtothislatter.Theydidnotfindanythingimportantexceptforfivepapers,whichtheyhavesenttotheCapitaine general. Therestweresealedagaininpresenceofsaidcitizen.2pp.fOeNERETTE,Chefdela4e Legion deGendarmerie LSto:RochambeauForwardsalistofplantationsheldinleasebyhimonbehalfofthegovernment.1p.fOeEne.:list

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1514-1522CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2041514.an11,24niv.1803,14Jan.St.Louis1515.an11,24niv.1803,14Jan.St.Louis1516.an11,24niv.1803,14Jan.Jacme11517.an11,25niv.1803,15Jan.Le Cap 1518.an11,25niv.1803,15Jan.Le Cap 1519.an11,25niv.1803,15Jan.LeCap 1520.an11,26niv.1803,16Jan.Le Cap 1521.an11,26niv.1803,16Jan.Le Cap 1522.an11,27niv.1803,17Jan.Le Cap NERETTE,LSto:RochambeauProteststheaccusationsagainsthimbyM.Marceil1an,andswearsloyaltytotheGeneral.2pp..fOeLSto:RochambeauRequeststhereturnofthechef d'escadron, L'Espinasse,whohadbeensenttoLeCaptoclaimthebackpayoftheGendarmerie,andwhoisneededforserviceatCordon(i.e.,Coridon).1p.fOePAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General deBrigadeALSto:RochambeauIssendingtotheGenerala copyofhisreporttoGeneralBrunetconcerninganattackagainstthepostSt.Cyr,nearthepostblockhouse.1p.4.FELIX,Chefde Brigade LSto:Thouvenot, General de BrigadeRequestsanexemptionfrommilitaryserviceforthetwentyironsmithswhoworkatthearsenalwithoutpay;theirnamesareincluded.2pp.fOeLANCHAMP,Pay eurgenera l de l'Arme eLSto: Rocharrilieau Reportsabalanceof16,346.80francsintheCaisse.1p.fOeLUDOT,ANTOINE.Grand Juge dest.Domingue.._LSto:[Rochambeau]Explainsthepresentsituationinthe judi cialdomain.Givessomesuggestionsforobtainingmorecontroloverit.3pp.fOe---'ALSto:RochambeauDiscussesthejudiciaryorganizationofthecolonyandsuggestsadecreewhichtheGeneralshould-approvetohavethejudicialsystemorganized.3pp.fOe---'ALSto:RochambeauRequestsnewappointmentforCitizenDauphin,presentlya greffier, asnotaryinthe De partementd'Anse-a-Veau,andtheappointmentofCitizenBalluas greffier. 2pp.fOeDAURE,HECTOR. Prefetcolonial L(copy)to: Grand JugedeSt.DomingueLudot.Giveshisopiniononthe curatelle

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205CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1523-15281523.an11,27niv.1803,17Jan.FortLiberte1524.an11,27niv.1803,17Jan.St.Marc1525.an11,27niv.1803,17Jan.LesCayes1526.an11,27niv.1803,17Jan.LeCap 1527.an11,27niv.1803,17Jan.Le Cap 1528.an11,27niv.1803,17Jan.auxvacances.BelievesthatitshouldbeentrustedtotheadministrationoftheDo mainesnationaux.3pp.fOe(enc.ofno.1535)DUMONT,Adjudant Chefdel'Etat major de la DivisionALSto: leGeneral deDivisionQuantinHehasdeliveredthe9,850cartridgestoFressinet.2pp.4.(enc.ofno.1537)FRESSINET, PHILIBERT. General deBrigadeLSto:RochambeauForwardsacopyofthelettersenttoGeneralBrunetwherehereferstoseveralpiecesofinformationkeptfromtheenemy: }1irebalai.s willbeattackedsoon;anagreementbetweenDessalinesandChristophe;otherparticularsofminorimportance.1p.fOeEne.LECHARPENTIERE,Adjudant a l'Etat major ALSto:RochambeauReportstheextrememeasureswhichhavebeentakenbyGeneralLaplumetoinsurepeaceintheSouth.Allthosepeoplewho,beforethearrivalofFrenchforcesinthecolony,causedanytroubleorvexationhavebeenarrestedanddeported.OnesuchexampleisChefdeBrigadeNerette,arrestedbecausehehadoncebeenseenwearingaredheaddress.Uponquestioning,itwasdiscoveredthathehadhadatoothache,andondoctor'sordershadwornawoolenscarfwhichhappenedtobered;butevenso,hewasundersuspicion.GeneralBergerisaccusedofnothavingobeyedorders.3pp.fOeLUDOT,ANTOINE. Grand deSt.DomingueLS(dupl.)to: Daure,Prefet de la ColonieDiscussesthesystemconcerningthe curatelle aux vacances(careofabsentee'sproperties);thisresponsibilityshouldbethatof maines particuliers ornationaux,asestablishedbythedecreeof29frimaire.6pp.fOe(enc.ofno.1535)LSto:RochambeauReferstothesuccessionsvacantesandtheexcessivepowerofthe Prefet colonial.1p.4.(addressleaf)LSto:Rochambeau

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1529-1535CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS206 Le Cap 1529.an11,27niv.1803,17Jan.MonteChrist1530.an11,27niv.1803,17Jan.MonteChrist1531.an11,28-29niv.1803,17-18Jan.Jacme11532.an11,28niv.1803,18Jan.Jacme1Reportsapropertydispute bet\veen Mme.DattignaveandCitizenGobert.1p.4.QUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauCommandantDumondhasinformedhimthattherewillbeanattackonthenightofthe25 and 26niv.;hehasaskedGeneralFerrandtoquicklysendhim a companyofGardenationale.1p.fOe---'ALSto:Rochambeau ThefeverlefthimbeforehisarrivalatFortDauphin,andbecauselackofactionisworseforhimthansickness,hehasorderedmilitaryoperationsinMonteChrist,LaxavonandFortDauphin.2pp.fOePAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General de Brigade LSto:RochambeauReportsdiscoveryofamajorconspiracyfordesertionwithinthecolonialtroops.Severalofficers,soldiersand \Vornen havebeenarrestedandshotonthepublicsquare.3pp.fOeDIEUDONNE,CHRISTOPHE.ChefdeBrigadeALSto:Rochambeau SendsasrequestedalistoftheplantationsheldinleasebyhimonbehalfoftheRepublic.2pp.4.Enc.:list1533.an11,28niv.1803,18Jan.Le Cap DUQUESNE,AUGUSTE.Chef l'Etat major du General enchefLSto:Daure, Prefet colonialdeouestdeSt.DomingueApetitionforthereturnofhisproperties(threeplantations).(enc.ofno.l569a)attache alaPartie sequestered2pp.fOe1534.1535.an11,28niv.1803,18Jan.LeCap an11,28niv.1803,18Jan.Le Cap LANCHAMP, Payeurgeneral de l'Armee LSto:RochambeauReportsabalanceof523francs,22centimesintheCaisse.1p.fOeLUDOT,ANTOINE.Grand Juge deSt.DomingueLSto:[RochambeauJ Sends acopyofaletterthatheisgoingtoaddresstoHectorDaure, Prefet de la Colonie,andalsoacopyofaletterfromthelattertohim,aboutlawsinthecolonies.1p.4.Ene.:copiesofletterstoandfromDaure:seenos. 1526.

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207CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1536-15401536.an11,28niv.1803,18Jan.LeCap 1537.an11,28niv.1803,18Jan.MonteChristl537a.an11,29niv.1803,19Jan.PortRepublicain1537b.an11,29niv.1803,19Jan.PortRepublicain1538.an11,29niv.1803,19Jan.Le Cap 1539.an11,29niv.1803,19Jan.Jacmel1540.an11,29niv.1803,19Jan.MonteChristLUDOT,ANTOINE. Grand Juge-deSt.DomingueLSto:"RochambeauAcknowledgesreceiptoftheinformationrelatingtotheSpanishshipSanta whose commanderhasbeenfoundintransgressionofthemaritimelawsofthecolony.Thisinformationhasbeentransmittedtothe President du Tribunal tobeactedupon.1p.4.QUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:Rochambeau AboutthemovementoftroopsofGeneralDu mond.EulogyofChefde Bataillon Fressinet.2pp.fOeEnc.:letterfromDumond:seeno.1523.B,Bte.Sergeantde la 6Se to: General PageotHehopesthatPageothasnowrealizedthecrimeswhichtheFrencharecommittingandwilljoinhimandotherswholovethecountrybycontributingmenandsupplieswhentheyarereadytofighttheFrench.1p.fOe(enc.ofno.1724)---'L(copy)to: General PageotThosewholovethecountryareangryaboutthemeasurestakenbyRochambeau. TheywillwelcomePageotintotheirranksbecausehisexamplecoulddowhatwordsonlycannot.1p.fOe(enc.ofno.1724)LUDOT,ANTOINE.Grand JugedeSt.DomingueLSto:RochambeauHeissendingasagiftapamphlet:itisatranslationmadebyhimofthepolicelawsofEngland.1p.4.Enc.:lackingPAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General de BrigadeLSto:RochambeauRegretsthathewasunabletoloantroopstoCaptainFradin,leaderofanexpeditionagainstrebelsofMarigot,becauseofhisownweakmilitarysituation.However,becausethewarshipLa Mignonne didnotarriveasscheduled,hehashelpedFradinwithsuppliesandaship.2pp.fOeQUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauDiscussesRochambeau'sletteraddressedtoGeneralFerrand.1p.fOe

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1541-1549CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2081541. 1542. 1543. 1544. 1545.1546.an11,29niv.1803,19Jan.MonteChristan11,p1uv.1803,after19Jan.Port-au-Princean11,30niv.1803,20Jan.Paris(France)an11,30niv.1803,20Jan.Paris(France)an11,30niv.1803,20Jan.Le Cap an11,30niv.1803,20Jan.Le Cap QUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauRequeststhatLieutenantDebasJouil1ebemadehisaide-de-camp.1p.fOeMOREAUDELISLES,Curateur Succes-sionsvacantesLSto:RochambeauRequestsauthorizationofpaymenttoGlassonbytheCaisse.1p.fa.Enc.:twoordersofpaymentBACHELER,ChefdeBrigade du Genie LSto:Rochambeau AnnouncesthathismissioninParisistoreportthedeathofGeneralLeclercandthesituationofthecolony.1p.fOeDOMET,EChefadjointdeZ'Administration coloniale LSto:RochambeauBuzotandMallet,merchants,opposecertainpaymentorderedbyLeclerc.1p.fa.Ene.:writtenoppositionLUDOT,ANTOINE. Gra:fld JugedeSt.Domingue1Sto:Rochambeau CommentsonthedecreeoftheFirstConsul,cancellingtheleaseoffarms,plantations,stores,etc.;thisdecreenotbeingapplicableontheislandduetothedangersofthepresentsituation.2pp.fOeROCHAMBEAU,DONATIENMARIEJOSEPHDE VI}ffiUR DE. General enchefAD(copy).Officiallistofappointeesforthetribunalofficesat Jeremie. 10pp.fa.1547.an11,1p1uv.1803,21Jan. Genes 1548.an11,1p1uv.1803,21Jan.Laxavon1549.an11,1pluv.1803,21Jan.St.MarcD'HAUTAVOINE,CHRISTOPHE.Economede l'HopitaZ militairede Genes ALSto:RochambeauGivesnewsoffriendsandfamily.2pp.4.FERRAND,L General de BriaadeALSto: General deDivisionQuantinHehasdecidedtoevacuatethefortsofLaxavonandOuanaminthe.Thelackofsuppliesmakesthesituationverydangerousinazonefullofrebels \vho, itis kno\m, arereadytoattack.Heisreadytoanswertheminkind.2pp.4.(enc.ofno.1558)FRESSINET,PHILIBERT. General deBrigadeALSto:RochambeauComplainsaboutaletterwrittentohimbyRochambeauconcerningCaptainMary.Heis

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209CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1550-15561550.an11,1p1uv.1803,21Jan.MonteChrist1551.an11,1p1uv.1803,21Jan.MonteChrist1552.an11,1p1uv.1803,21Jan.Montpe11ier(France)1553.an11,p1uv.1803,after21Jan.Port-au-Prince1554.an11,2p1uv.1803,22Jan.LesCayes1555.an11,2p1uv.1803,22Jan.Mor1aix(France)1556.an11,2p1uv.1803,22Jan.Port-au-PrincesendingCaptainLuxwhowillexplaintotheGeneralthesituationinSt.Marc.1p.4.See also nos. 1556.QUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauReportsontheconditionofthedepartementofCibao.GeneralFerrandisinchargeofitsdefense.1p.fOe---'ALSto:RochambeauReportsthepoorconditionsinhisfort:thesickarewithoutdoctors,medicineorfood;asmallhospitalhasbeeninstalledtohelpthem.2pp.4.RIGAUD,ANDRE. General ALSto:RochambeauExpresseshissadnessinhearingofLeclerc'sdeath.Sendshisbestwishesto Rocharnheau forsuccessinhisnew command.Petitionsfortheremovalofthesequestrationonhiscolonialproperties.2pp.fOeBRUNET,JEANBAPTISTE. General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauReportspaymentmadetoChefdeBrigadeNormandwhichwas owedhimbytheConseild'Administrationforan10.1p.fa.BERGER,LOUISMARIE.ChefdeBrigadeLSto:RochambeauReportsthatheisintheprocessofpurgingthecantonofundesirablesubjects,havingbegunwithM.Desravines,formercommandantofLesCayes,andGeorgesDucre,atraitorousex-officeroftheGendarmerie.4pp.fOeBOUCAULT,CommissairedeMarineALSto:Rochambeau Asksthataletterbedeliveredtohissonin-law,M.Trobriand,livinginSt.Domingue.1p.4.BRUNET,JEANBAPTISTE. General deDivisionLSto:RochambeauHeisobligedtohavethe Place guardedbytheGardenationa1e;hehasarrestedCaptainMaryandsenthimtoLeCap;heneedsfoodandmedicinesforthehospitals.2pp.fa.(addressleaf)Ene.:letterfromRaymonddeGirardtoRochambeau:seeno.2212.See also nos. 1549.

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1557-1565CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2101557.an11,2p1uv.1803,22Jan.St.Domingue1558.an11,2p1uv.1803,22Jan.MonteChrist1559.an11,3 p1uv. 1803,23Jan.Jacme11560.an11,3p1uv.1803,23Jan.MonteChrist1561.an11,3p1uv.1803,23Jan.MonteChrist1562.an11,3p1uv.1803,23Jan.MonteChrist1563.an11,4p1uv.1803,24Jan. Genes (Italy)1564.1803,24Jan.St.Domingue FERIET,MIGUEL.ChefdeBrigadeALSto:RochambeauRequestsordersconcerninghisplansonartilleryconstructions,theseplanshavingbeenleftwithRochambeautheeveofhisdeparturefromLe Cap. 1p.fOeQUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauIssendingaletterfromGeneralFerrand;expresseshisconfidenceinhim.2pp.fOeEnc.:seeno.1548.PAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General deBrigadeALSto:RochambeauReportsthatsincetheconspiracytoencouragedesertionswasoriginallydenouncedhehasfounditnecessarytoexecutedeserterseachday.Asksforreinforcements.2pp.4.QUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauDescribesthepositionsofthevariousarmiesasdangerous.1p.fOeALSto:RochambeauReportsarrivalofGeneralFerrandandthathehimselfisgettingreadytogotoFortDauphin.1p.4.---'ALSto:RochambeauDiscussesfoodandsuppliesneededforthepostinhiscommand. 2pp.fOeBODARD,NICOLASMARIEFELIX.Commissairegene ral desRelationscommerciales en ALSto:Rochambeau RecommendsContre-amiralBadoutwhoisdepartingwithtroopsforSt.Domingue.Inpostscripthespeaksofa remedy(suggestedbyDr.Batt)forthehorriblefeverthathaskilledsomanysoldiers.3pp.4.CLAVER,PEDRO.Capitainedu Corpsroyal de l'Artillerie deS.M.C.L(copy)to:RochambeauRequestspassportsforhistroopswhowishtoreturntotheirpostsinPuertoRicoandnottobeincorporatedintothe4 eBataillondeGarde-cote,asRochambeauhasdecreed.3pp.fa.1565.an11,4p1uv.GOMBAUT, Defenseurpres lesTribunaux

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211CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1566-15701803,24Jan.LeCap 1566.an11,4pluv.1803,24Jan.MonteChrist1567.an11,4p1uv.1803,24Jan.MonteChrist1568.an11,7pluv.1803,27Jan.FortDauphin1569.an11,7pluv.1803,27Jan.FortDauphinl569a.an11,8pluv.1803,28Jan.LeCap 1570.an11,8pluv.1803,28Jan.PetiteAnseALSto:RochambeauRequeststhatBernardPetit DelphineClementbeallowedtoleaveforLouisianaontheshipdepartingintwodays.1p.fOe(marginalnotebyRochambeaugivingpermission)QUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauDescribeshisownsituationandtheevacuationofLaxavon.1p.4.Ene.:report---'ALSto:RochambeauReportsthattheirsuppliesofcoffee,grain,andsugarareexhausted.1p.fOeALSto:RochambeauReportstheplansofChristophetostirupthemulattosandtakeFortDauphin;howtheseplanshaveparalyzedtheSpanishtroopswithfear.GeneralThouvenotwillberesponsibleiftheplacefallsintoChristophe'shands.1p.fOeALSto:RochambeauStatesthatthenotablesofthisregionopposetaxesonbread,meat,etc.1p.4.IDLINGER,JOSEPHANTOINE. Administrateur des Domainesnationauxet Directeurgeneral des DouanesnationalesDS.SupportsDuquesne'srequesttorepossesspropertieswhichwereconfiscated.TheloyaltywithwhiehDuquesnehasservedthegovernmentisonereasonforrewardinghim.Hecannotproducethetitlesofhispropertiesbecausefireshavedestroyedallhispossessions.4pp.4.Ene.:Duquesne'srequest:seeno. 1533. LABELINAYE,LOUIS.Chefde Brigade LSto:Rochambeau Announcesthathehassenta memorandumtosixrebelleaders(liststhenames),accordingtoorders.ReportsthatChristopheshotJeanCharles a Daux,Commandantdes Dragons,aswellas Rene Chateaubril1an,CommandantduBois Blanc. BenjaminLamo1liereisinprison.1p.fOeEne.:memorandumtorebelsofferingrewardtoanyonewhodeliverstheheadofChristophetoRochambeau

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1571-1578CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS212Chefdel'Administrationco-1571.an 11, 8p1uv.180 3, 28Jan.PortDauphin1572. 1803, 29Jan.Port-au-Prince1573.an 11, 9p1uv. 1803, 29Jan.Jacme11574.an 11, 9p1uv. 1803, 29Jan.Jacme11575.an11,10p1uv. 1803, 30Jan.Paris(France)1576.an11,10p1uv.1803,30Jan.Paris(France)1577.an11,11p1uv. 1803, 31Jan.Les Cayes1578.an11,11p1uv.1803,31Jan.LesCayesQUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauComplainsoftheGeneral'srefusaltogivehiman aide-de-camp. Reportsthatallsickpersonswillbetransferred.1p.fa.GIROUST,SOPHIEMARTEL.VeuveALSto:Rochambeau ApetitionforthereturnofherpropertysituatedintheAbricotsquarterof Jeremie. 1p.fOeEnc.:aletter;extraitduRegistredu Bureaudel'Etat;extraitducompte-renduduGreffe:seeno.1486a.PAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General deBrigadeLSto:RochambeauReportsthathehasgivenanAmericanvesseltheauthorizationtosellhercargoatJacmel.Describesthecargo.3pp.4.LSto:RochambeauRequestsassistanceinobtainingpossessionofaninheritanceforM.Genevoix,hissecretary.Alsorecommendshimfor aV2 successionsvacantesofJacme1.2pp.fOeAUDEVAN,E_LSto:Rochambeau RecommendsfortheGeneral'sconsiderationM.Jou1ies, \-lho isleavingParis '-lith GeneralMorgan. 1p.4.VAIVRES,Gloniale---ALSto:RochambeauRequestshelpinfindingemploymentforhisthreebrothers-in-law,especiallyM.RobionLavrignais,ruinedbytherevolutioninSt.Domingue. 2pp.4.BERGER,LOUISMARIE.Chefde BrigadeALSto:Rochambeau AnnouncesthathecancelledhisproposedattackonTiburonduetothenewsoftherevoltoftheGardesnationa1esatPortSa1ut.IsawaitingreinforcementsfromLaplumeandpreparingthedefenseofhis.post.3pp.fa.LSto:RochambeauReportsGeneralLaplumeisfightingtherebels.OnepartoftheGendarmeriewasdisarmedbecauseofasuspectedplotoftreason.HeintendstoattacktherebelsofTiburon

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213CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERSthisevening.3pp.fOe1579-15851579.1580.1581.1582.1583.1584.1585.an11,13p1uv.1803,2Feb.Paris(France)an11,13p1uv.1803,2Feb.PortRoyal(Ja-maica)On board the viathan"an11,13pluv.1803,2Feb.PortRoyal(Ja-maica)On board the"Leviathan"an11,13pluv.1803,2Feb.St.Michelan11,14p1uv.1803,3Feb.Petit-Goavean11,14pluv.1803,3Feb.Petit-Goavean11,14p1uv.1803,3Feb.Ajaccio(Corsica)BOUDET,JEAN. General deDivisionLS(dup1.)to:RochambeauAssureshimthattheFrenchgovernment,inspiteofanarticlewhichappearedintheMoniteur,waswellinformedonrecenthappeningsinSt.Domingue. Thearticlewasusedmerelyasapoliticalmeasuretocounteractthegeneralpublic'salarm,whichwasthreat ening tohindergovernmenteffortstosendnecessaryaid.1p.4.DUCKWORTH,SIRJOHNTHOMAS. Rear Admiral ALSto:RochambeauExpresseshisassurancethatFrenchofficerNoai11eswas warmlyreceivedbyGeneralNugent,buttheyhavetofollowrulesin ceivingforeignofficers,especiallysincearecentambushbysuchanofficer.3pp.fOe(inEnglish)See also no. 1586.ALSto:RochambeauExpresseshisdoubtsthatanEnglishshipcouldhavefiredupon aFrenchvessel,asRochambeaucomplains,andrequestsmoreinformationontheaction.2pp.fa.NERETTE,Chefde Brigade de la 4e Legionde Gendarmerie LSto:Rochambeau ThankstheGeneralforreinforcements.1p.4.DELPECH,ChefdeBataillonLSto:Rochambeau AcknowledgestheGeneral'sletterof13ni vase, an11,andthepetitionoftheMartinbrothers;sendsinformationconcerningtheMartinfamily.1p.4.LSto:RochambeauRequeststhathebeabletoretainpossessionoftheDelatre-Dufartplantation-andtheArnaultsugarrefinery.2pp.4.MORAND, General de Inspecteur etCommandantenchefLSto:Rochambeau Announcesthedepartureof600SwisssoldiersforSt.Domingue.Highlyrecommends themfortheirdisciplineandcourage.2pp.fa.

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215CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1594-1601Chefdu lep Bataillonde la 1594.115951596.1597.1598. 1599.1600.1601.1803,6Feb.FortDauphinan11,17p1uv.1803,6Feb.FortDauphinan11,18pluv.1803,7Feb.Le Cap an11,19pluv.1803,8Feb.Aquin1803,8Feb.Kingston(Jamaica)an11,19p1uv.1803,8Feb.PortRepub1icainan11,19pluv.1803,8Feb.FortDauphinan11,20pluv.1803,9Feb.LesCayesan11[?J,20pluv.ALSto:Rochambeau AsksforaleavesohecanreturntoFrancetorestorehishealthandhonor.2pp.4.QUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauCargoofanimalswasdelayedanhour.ItwillbeeasiertogatherallcampaignanimalsinMonteChristaftertheshiphasleft.HalfoftheSpanishsoldiersaredeadandhalfdying;hehimselfandDumontarenotdoingmuchbetterinthesemuddyandpestilentquarters.2pp.fOeLANCHAMP, Payeurgeneral de l 'Armee LSto:RochambeauRequestsanordinancepermittingthedeductionoffundsfromaspecialtreasury,thusallowingpaymentforthesalaryraisesgrantedCitizensColbertandBertrand.3pp.4.HUIN,CHRISTOPHE.ChefdeBrigadeLSto:Rochambeau Asksforaleaseoffiveyearsononeofhisproperties.2pp.4.LINDO,ALEXANDRE.LSto:RochambeauThankshimfortheapprovalofhiscommissionasagentde Za Republique andfortheletterofrecommendationtotheFirstConsul.1p.fOePICHOT, GV.1ge Legere LSto:RochambeauOnbehalfoftheofficersrequeststhatthelerBataillonbecomeamalgamatedbutnotincorporatedtothe5 e 1p.4.QUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauReportsthenumberofsoldiersthattheFrenchandSpanishtroopshave;GeneralFerrandsaysdesertionsaremultiplyingdanger.ously.2pp.fOeBERGER,LOUISMARIE.ChefdeBrigadeLSto:RochambeauRequeststheGeneralnottobelievefalsedenunciationsmadeagainsthim.ReportsonmilitaryoperationsagainstrebelsneartheWelcheplantation.3pp.4.COUSSAUD,JJ.Adjudant corrunandant LSto:Rochambeau

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1602-1608CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2161803[?],9Feb.Paris(France)1602.an11,20p1uv.1803,9Feb.Paris(France)1603.an11,20p1uv.1803,9Feb.Le Cap 1604.1803,9Feb.Kingston(Jamaica)1605.an11,20p1uv.1803,9Feb.Port Repub 1icain1606.an11,21p1uv.1803,10Feb.SantoDomingo1607.an11,22p1uv.1803,11Feb.Paris(France)PresentscongratulationsonhisappointmentasCommandantenchefofthearmyinSt.Domingue.AlsoreportsthathehadtoselltheGeneral's t\vO horses.2pp.4.Enc.:aduplicateDECRES,DENIS. de etdes ColoniesD8.TestimonythatAntoineNathieuPouzin,Victoire Felicite MoucherandJulienHoucher,proprietorsofaplantationatDondon,havedepositedinthe Sectiondes ColoniesabrevetdepensionawardedPouzinbytheDirectoireforeightyearsofservice.1p.fOeLANCHAMP ,general de l'Armee LSto:RochambeauRequeststheGeneral'sactiononGeneralBrunet'spracticeofauthorizing Commandat Volanttolendmoneyfromcitycommerceforthemaintenanceofthetroopsandhospitals.Hedoesnotwanttobeliable.2pp.4.LINDO,ALEXANDRE.LSto: Rocharnbeau Thanksforfavorreceived;petitionsforhisbrotherwhowilldeliverthepresentletter;requeststhattheGeneralaccepthis"gifts."2pp.fOe8TAVELOT,Chefdu 3 e Bataillonde la 68e Demi-brigaded'InfanterieL8to:RochambeauRequestsassistancefortheorphansofthelateJosephArne,captaininhisbattalionforeighteenyears.2pp.fOeVALDONY,Chefde COrrrrrLOYldant dela Place L8to: Rocharnbeau AnnouncesthathehassentCaptain 1-1arceles andCitizenDumastoLeCapaboardtheshipLaFanny,asaccordingtoanorderreceivedfromGeneralKerversau.1p.4.Enc.:orderofdeparturefor 1-1. DumasCHERUDY[?],LSto:RochambeauReiterateshisrequestthatasearchbemadeforthemissingcitizenOlivier, \vho wasaspirantde laMarine ontheshipLeVigilant.3pp.4.(addressleaf)1608.an11,22p1uv.1803,11Feb.LANCHAMP,L8to: Payeurgeneral de l'Armee Rochambeau

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217CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1609-1615Le Cap 1609.an11,22p1uv.1803,11Feb.FortDauphin1610.an11,23p1uv.1803,12Feb. Jeremie 1611.an11,24p1uv.1803,13Feb.St.Pierre(Martinique)1612.an11,24p1uv.1803,13Feb.Pointe-a-pitre(Guadeloupe)1613.an11,25p1uv.1803,14Feb.St.Domingue1614.an11,26p1uv.1803,15Feb.Pointe-a-Pitre(Guadeloupe)1615.an11,27pluv.1803,16Feb.Pointe-a-Pitre(Guadeloupe)AsksiftheGeneralhasapprovedthepracticebywhichGeneralLacroixaccordsamonthlyrewardtotheofficersofthe Garde nationaleratherthanthesolde.2pp.4.QUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauReportsdetentionsmadeoftwocitizensandofsomemulattosandnegroeswhowereterrorizingthepe.ople.2pp.4.\BERNARD,JOSEPH.Chefde Brigade"Corronandant de la PlaceLSto:RochambeauExpresseshisappreciationofthespecialpermissiongrantedtohimpermittinggamblingin Jeremie. AdministrationofsaidprivilegehasbeenaccordedtoCitizenNicolas.2pp.fOeCASTELLA, General deBrigadeALSto:RochambeauReferstoseverallettersfromRochambeau.GivesinformationaboutMartinique.ConsidersSt.DominguelostforFrance.AnnouncesthatheisleavingforParisthenextmonth.1p.fOeDUNY,LSto:RochambeauRequeststransfertoSt.Domingue.Stateshisrecordofaccomplishments.RecommendstotheGeneral'sattentionhissister-inlaw,thewidowEgron,livingatPort-de-Paix.3pp.4.(addressleaf)LEQUOI-MONGIRAUD,FJ. Prefet colonialLSto: Hewillbuyforhimbetween100and600squaresoffertileland.TheconsuloftheSpanishpartoftheislandisconfidentthatRochambeauwillestablishorderintheFrenchpart.4pp.4.ARNAULD,[ANTOINE].ChefdeBataillonLSto:RochambeauForwardsaletterwrittenbyMme.deSt.Fremont.2pp.4.Enc.:lackingBULLOTDUBOIS,ALSto:Rochambeau AskstheGeneraltopermitCitizenPascaltodeliverapackagetotheaddressindicated.StateshisintentionofgoingtoSt.Dominguewherehehasbusinessinterests.4pp.4.

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1616-1623CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2181616.an11,27p1uv.1803,16Feb.Bordeaux(France)1617.an11,27pluv.1803,16Feb.St.Marc1618.an11,27p1uv.1803,16Feb.St.Marc1619.an11,28pluv.1803,17Feb.St.Pierre(Martinique)1620.an11,28p1uv.1803,17Feb.St.Marc1621.an11,28p1uv.1803,17Feb.St.Marc1622.an11,28p1uv.1803,17Feb.St.Marc1623.an11,28p1uv.1803,17Feb.St.MarcGRAMONT,ALSto:Rochambeau AcknowledgesreceiptoftheGeneral'sletterandrecommendshisbrother-in-law,DuboisHa1bray, \vhose possessionsinSt. Harc havebeenburned,andwhoisnowresidinginPortau-Princewithafriend,CitizenCharlesLeguy.4pp.fOeLESHABITANSDEST.MARC.LSto: General de Brigade FressinetRecommendveryhighlyCitizenMaillard.1p.fOe(enc.of1622)LESMEMBRESCOMPOSANTLECONSEILDESNOTABLESDELAVILLE.LSto:RochambeauHighlypraiseCitizenMaillardforhiszealandactivityasvoyerand 2pp.fOe(enc.ofno.1622)CASTELLA, General de BrigadeALSto:RochambeauReportsthathehasbeentoldthattenortwelvethousandmenarereadytoleaveforSt.Domingueasreinforcements.PraisestheGeneral'sactivity.1p.fOeFRESSINET, PHILIBERT. General deBrigadeALSto: RochaIDbeau Apetitionsupportingtheinterestsofseverallocalmerchants.1p.4.---'ALSto:RochambeauHeissending.theletterwrittenbyBonnot.EnclosestheresultoftheinvestigationmadebytheConseildesNotablesofSt. Harc concerningthefateofCaptainVerbreghe.1p.4.Enc.:resultsofinvestigation,lacking;letterbyBonnot:seeno.182.---'ALSto: Rocharnheau RecommendsCitizenMaillardforthepositionofvoyer 1p.fOeEnc.:lettersofrecommendationforM.}lai1lardbythenotablesandbythecitizens:seenos. 1618.ALSto:RochambeauReportsinformationobtainedbyoneofhisspies:thatC1ervauxhasbeenwounded;Dessalinesisdraftingmanyofthefarmersand

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219CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1624-16301624.an11,28p1uv.1803,17Feb.Paris(France)1625.an11,28p1uv.1803,17Feb.Jacme11625a.an11,28p1uv.1803,17Feb.PortdePaixuponhisreturnfromtheNorthhewillattackSt.Marc.2pp.4.MAGON,CHARLES.ALSto:RochambeauRelatesnewsofRochambeau'sfamily.2pp.4.(addressleaf)PAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General de BrigadeLSto:Rochambeau Acknowledgesreceiptofletter;reinforcementshavenotyetarrivedhere.2pp.4.---'D(copy).RebelshadsurroundedtheJacmelplaceatnight,deployedinfivecolumns,butthedefensewassocourageousforthreehoursoffightingthattheenemy,badlybeaten,retreated.7pp.fOe(enc.ofno.1625)Seealsono. 1667.1626. 1627.1628.1629.1630.an11,28p1uv.1803,17Feb.St.Dominguean11,29p1uv.1803,18Feb.Le Cap [Fran9ais] an11,30pluv.1803,19Feb.PortRepub1icainan11,30p1uv.1803,19Feb.Le Cap [Fran9ais] an11,30p1uv.1803,19Feb.JacmelVALDONY,Chefde Commandantde la PlaceLSto:Rochambeau AcknowledgmentoftheGeneral'srequestforcigars.Askshispreferenceastoqualityoftobaccoandlengthofcigar.1p.4.ROCHAMBEAU,DONATIENMARIEJOSEPHDEVIMEURDE. General enchefDS.Listofnewappointmentsofseveralcitizensas Grands JugesatPortRepublicain,LesCayes,Le Cap,etc.1p.fa.BRUNET,JEANBAPTISTE. General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauIntroducesMme.de Moncharmont,whomade atripfromLeCaptopresentherdemandswhilehewasinPortRepublicain.1p.fOeEnc.:lettertoBrunet,signedbyMoncharmont:seeno.2256.MOULUT,ANTOINE.Chefde Commandantde l'Arme du Genie LSto: Rochambeau Suggeststhatthe.Generalrequestareportonthesabords(portholes)ofthe Breda Blockhouse,whichareplaced,inhisopinion,toolow.2pp.fOePAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General de BrigadeLSto:RochambeauRequeststhatsomemeasuresbetakenagainst Directeur de la DouaneLacroix,whohasconsistentlycountermandedhisownorders.3pp.fOe

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1631-1640CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS220an11,vent.1803,after20Feb.Jacmel1631.1632.1633.1634.1635.1636.1637. 1638.1639.an11,1vent.1803,20Feb.Port-au-Princean11,1vent.1803,20Feb.Port-au-Princean11,1vent.1803,20Feb.Port-au-Princean11,1vent.1803,20Feb.Port-au-Princean11,1vent.1803,20Feb.Port-au-Princean11,1vent.1803,20Feb.Jacme1an11,2vent.1803,21Feb.[Le Cap an11,2vent1803,21Feb.FortDauphinCONSEILD'ADMINISTRATIONDU2 eBATAILLON.DS.CertificateofthemilitaryrecordofJulesMarieHerculeFarrat,SecondLieutenantofthe7geDemi-brigade,2eBataillon.Broadsidewithseal.DS.CertificateofthemilitaryrecordofClaudeFournier,Lieutenantofthe7ge Demibrigade,2 eBataillon.Broadside.DS.CertificateofthemilitaryrecordofVindicienLavallee,SecondLieutenantofthe7geDemi-brigade,2 eBataillon.Broadsidewithseal.DS.Certificateofthemilitaryrecordof Mars,SecondLieutenantofthe7geDemi-brigade,2 eBataillon.Broadside.DS.Certificateofthemilitaryrecordof Auge, Lieutenantofthe7ge Demibrigade,zeBatai1lon.Broadside.PAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General deBrigadeLSto:RochambeauRefusaltoadheretoadecisionbythe Prefetcolonial whichordersthesuppressionofwelfarerationstotherefugeesatJacme1.2pp.4.ALSto:Rochambeau RecommendsM.Boze,ex-CapitainedePortatJacmel.2pp.fOeBOURGEOIS,CORMAN,DS.Inventory,madeinthepresenceofthe Secretairegeneral du GouveYaement, ofpapersfoundonLapeyrere \vhen he was arrested.3pp.fOeSeealsonos. 1642.CORVINUS,Chefde Bataillon LSto: General deDivisionQuantinIsoffendedbyQuantin'sreproachesofneg1igency.AsksthathebeallowedtoappointashissecretaryhisownSergent major. 3pp.4.1640.an11,2vent.1803,21Feb.QUANTIN,ALSto: General deDivisionRochambeau

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221CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1641-16471641.1642.1643. 1644.1645.1646.1647.FortDauphinan11,3vent1803,22Feb.Le Cap an11,3vent.1803,22Feb.Le Cap an11,3vent.1803,22Feb.Le Cap an11,3vent.1803,22Feb.Le Cap an11,3vent.1803,22Feb.Le Cap an11,4vent.1803,23Feb.Le Cap an11,4vent.1803,23Feb.[LeCap AppealstotheheartandconscienceoftheGeneral,askinghimnottolistentotheaccusationsofharshnessonhispart.DeGrafeandDumontaresick;halfofthepopulationisdying,onlyhardworkkeepshimgoing.2pp.fOeLUDOT,ANTOINE.Grand Juge deSt.DomingueLSto:RochambeauReportsthatorderswithrespecttothebelongingsofCitizenLapeyrerehavebeencarriedout.1p.4.Seealsonos. 1642.LSto:RochambeauSuggeststheneedofadocument to enforcemeasuresorderedagainstM.Lapeyrere,who wasarrestedundertheGeneral'sorders.1p.4.Seealsonos. 1641.MARTIN,EDOUARD.Chefdu3eBataillonde la 83 e Demi-brigadeLSto:RochambeauDinnerinvitation.1p.fOeMOULUT,ANTOINE.ChefdeBataillonLSto:Daure,Hector, Prefetcolonial Reportsontheimpracticalityofrepairingthefreshwateringplaceatthe Mole St.Nicolas,aswassuggestedbytheGeneral.1p.fOeEnc.:reportontheaiguadede la Marineatthe Mole LSto:RochambeauRequestseitherthesuspensionofservicesattheHopitaldelaProvidence,ortheauthorizationtomakeessentialrepairs.1p.fOeLUDOT,ANTOINE.Grand Juge deSt. Dorrringue LSto:RochambeauRequeststhetransferofabout200personsfromthelocaljail,wheretheywerebeingdetained,toaship.Heawaitsapprovalbeforetakingaction.1p.4.MEIFFREN, JOSEPH.DS(dupl.) Proces-verbal ofintenttoseizethehouseofcitizensDatandBroiard[?], representantslesentrepreneurs des Bou-

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1648-1656CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERScheriesdu asorderedbythepolice.2pp.fOe(enc.ofno.1664)2221648.1649.1650.1651.1652.1653.1654.1655.1656.an11,5vent.1803,24Feb.LeCap an11,6vent.1803,25Feb.LeCap an11,6vent.1803,25Feb.Le Cap 1803,25Feb.Kingston(Jamaica)an11,6vent.1803,25Feb.HautduCapan11,6vent.1803,25Feb.Le Cap [an11],7vent.[1803],26Feb.PortRepub1icain[an11],7vent.[1803],26Feb.PortRepub1icainan11,7vent.MOULDT,ANTOINE,ChefdeBataillonLSto: Rocharnbeau Suggestionsconcerningtheconstructionofcertainblockhouses,andespeciallytheneedofsendingoneofficeroftheCorpsduGenie.2pp.fOeLESMEMBRESCOMPOSANTLECONSEILD'ADMINISTRATIONDUBATAILLONDELAlIeBRIGADEDEL'INFANTERIELEGERE.LSto:RochambeauReportsthatLanchamp,Payeurde l'Armee ,hasrefusedtomakeavailablemoneytopaythetroops,aspromisedbytheGeneral,forthemonthofbrumaire.2pp.fOeLANGHAM?, Payeurgeneral de l 'Armee LSto:RochambeauReportsabalanceof164,800francsandaccountsforexpenses.1p.4.LEFEVREDELUCE,LSto:RochambeauRequestsfinancialhelptocontinuehisstudiesonthedistillationofrum.3pp.4.MARTIN,EDOUARD.Chefdu3 eBataillonde la 83e Demi-brigadeLSto:RochambeauRequeststhathistroopsbepaidforvendemiaireandbrumaireaspromised.1p.fOeMOULUT,ANTOINE.ChefdeBatai llon LSto: Rocharnbeau RequeststhattheGeneralgiveorderstothePayeur generaZ topaythesalariesduehissoldiers.1p.fOeBRUNET,JEANBAPTISTE. GeneraZ deDivisionALSto:RochambeauCitizenDelpechiswithoutmoneyandisaskingforpayment.Hewillgivehimanadvanceonwhatisduehim,whilewaitingfortheGeneral'sanswer.1p.4.---'ALSto:RochambeauReportsthatCitizenJauvin,Sous-prefetofPortRepublicain,hasdiedthenightofthe5-6andwillbereplacedbyVoisin.1p.4.CONSElLDESNOTABLESDELACOMMUNEDUPETIT

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223CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1657-16621803,26Feb.Petit-Goave1657.an11,7vent.1803,26Feb.Jacme11657a.an11, 7 vent.1803,26Feb.PortdePaixGOAVE.DS. A demandthatshipsbepermittedtobring suppliesundercircumstanceswherenothingelsecanreachthepopulation.2pp.4.(enc.ofno.1672)PAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General deBrigadeALSto:RochambeauForwardsacopyofthereportsenttoGeneralBrunetonhisoperationsagainsttherebels.1p.4.Ene.:seeno. 1657a. L(copy)to: General deDivisionBrunetTherebelslocatedintheareaarewavingaredflag.Itseemsthattheyhavereceivedimportantvisitors;theytrytoattackthepostatnightandespeciallywhenitrains, thedefenseisconsistentandcourageous.Hehasreceivedthereinforcements.3pp.fa.Cenc.ofno.1657)1658.1659.1660.1661.1662.an11,7vent.1803,26Feb.Jacme1an11,8vent.1803,27Feb.Le Cap an11,8vent.1803,27Feb.Soissons(France)an11,8vent.1803,27Feb.FortDauphinan11,9vent.1803,28Feb.Gre10t---'ALSto:RochambeauRequestsconfirmationforM.LecocqinhispositionasCommissaire des Guerres, replacingthefatallywoundedCitizenBouvier.2pp.fOeLUDOT,ANTOINE. Grand Juge deSt.DomingueLSto:RochambeauRelatesacontroversialpointofviewabouttheTribunalde premiere Instance:aprisonerwasexecutedbythearmyofGeneralBrunetwithoutbeingheardbythistribunal.Emphasizestheneedforrestoringtothetribunalsalltheirpower.3pp.fOePUYSEGURE, Maire deSoissonsALSto:Rochambeau RecommendstotheGeneral'sattentionhisbrother-in-law,wholivesinLe Cap;requestshelpforhimtorepossesshisplantation,Lavalette,whichmaystillbeoccupiedbyDessa1ines.3pp.4.QUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:Rochambeau Comments onthetwoassaultsagainstLe Cap.RequestshispaymentandafreeticketforLeHavre,France.1p.fOeAUSSENAC,G______Chefde74e Demi-brigaded'InfanteriedeLigneALSto:Rochambeau

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1663-1669CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2241663.an11,9vent.1803,28Feb.St.Marc1664.an11,9vent.1803,28Feb.Le Cap 1665.an11,10vent.1803,1 Mar.LesCayes1666.an11,10vent.1803,1Marc.FortDauphin1667.an11,11vent.1803,2 Mar.PortRepub1icain1668.an11,11vent.1803,2Mar.PortRepub1icain1669.an11,11vent.1803,2 Mar.PortRepublicainReiterateshisrequestforthecommandofthe31 eDemi-brigade,vacantsincethedeathofCitizenBaron.1p.4.FRESSINET, PHILIBERT. General de BrigadeALSto:RochambeauInformationontherebels: thatClervauxhasbeenwounded;Dessalines'troopshavea gooddepositofwarsupplies;thereareagreatmany \vounded inthelatter'sarmy. 2pp.4.LUDOT,ANTOINE.Grand Juge deSt.DomingueLSto:RochambeauForwardsa proces-verbal whichwassenttohimsignedbyMeiffren,andon Hhich hewouldliketoknowtheGeneral'sopinion.2pp.fOeEnc.:seeno.1647.BERGER,LOUISMARIE.ChefdeBrigadeLSto:RochambeauReportsonrebelactionsincludingtheburningofseveralplantations.2pp.4.CORVINUS,ChefdeBataillonLSto:Quantin, General deDivisionDistributionof120gunsbelongingtothesick,theconvalescentsandthedead.Needofstillmoreweapons.2pp.4.BRUNET,JEANBAPTISTE. General deDivisionALSto:Rochambeau HasreceivedareportfromGeneralPageotrecountingtheattackagainstJacmelbytherebels.TheyattackedinfivecolumnsandexpectedcompletesuccessbutthecourageofPageot'stroopsdefeatedthem.CitesespeciallytheChefde BrigadeDieudonneandtheCommandantdelaPlaceBures,Captains Han sin,Lorriet,Lusquetand Ruby. 3pp.4.See also no.1625a.ALSto:RochambeauReportsanattackonTiburonbyGeneralD'Arbois.Thecourageousactionsoastonishedtherebelsthattheylethimtaketheplace.AdjudantAubryalsodistinguishedhimselfinthisaction.3pp.4.ALSto:Rochambeau WarnsthattherebelsintendtoattackFortSt.Marcinthreecolumns:DessalineswillcommandtheonetowardstheGonaivesroad;

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225CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1670-16751670.an11,11vent.1803,2 Mar.FortDauphin1671.an11,12vent.1803,3 Mar.PortRepub1icain1672.an11,12vent.1803,3 Mar.PortRepub1icain1673.an11,12vent.1803,3Mar.Le Cap 1674.an11,12vent.1803,3 Mar. LeCap 1675.an11,12vent.1803,3 Mar. Le Cap Petion,theoneinthedirectionofArcahie;Gabeau,theonetowardsSt.Marc.HasalsowarnedGeneralFressinet.IstranquilatPortRepublicainbutistakingprecautions.4pp.4.QUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauGeneralFerrandhasleftforMt. YagoinCibaotoinvestigatetheconditionsoftheGardenationale,andtorecruitsoldiers.HedisapprovesofFerrand'sleavingtheborder,andhastoldhimsoinaletter,butneedstoknowifthisgeneralhasbeenassignedtohimorifhehasbeengiventhenominalcommandofCibao.2pp.4.BRUNET,JEANBAPTISTE. General deDivisionALSto:Rochambeau Theordonnateur,Colbert,hasdismissedCaptainVictorBrouard;heconsidersthisanarbitraryact.Also,Colbertisignoringhisrequestsforsupplies.3pp.4.ALSto:RochambeauSendsaclaimfromtheConseildesNotablesatArtiboniteandaskstheGeneraltodoasmuchashecanforthegoodofthecommune.Allcoastalvesselsplacedunderconfiscationfortheuseofthearmyneednotpaythe roles des douanesbecausetheywillnotberepaidbythegovernment.1p.4.Ene.:requestfromtheConseil:seeno.1656.LANCHAMP, Payeurgeneral de l'Armee LSto:RochambeauReportsabalanceof908,504francs,74centimesintheCaisse;accountsforexpensesandtransfersoffunds.1p.4.LSto:RochambeauReportsthearrivaloffunds;theirdistributionasaccordingtoordershasnotyetbeenaccomplished,becausehehasjustfinishedverifyingtheamountssent.2pp. 4. MOULDT,ANTOINE.Chefde Commandantde l'Arme du Genie LSto:RochambeauForwardstheplanforconstructionofablockhouseassubmittedtohimbyCommandantTouzard.1p.fOe

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1676-1684CALENDAROFROCHAMBEADPAPERS2261676.1677. 1678.an11,12vent.1803,3Mar. Le Cap an11,12vent.1803,3Mar.Kingston(Ja-maica)an11,12vent.1803,3Mar.IsleSt.MartinMOULDT,ANTOINE.Chefde Bataillon.,Cornma:r'ldO:r'lt de l'Arme du Genie ALSto:RochambeauRequeststheplaceof arpenteur forCitizenMaillardinSt.Marc.1p.fOePELLISSIERE,LALSto:RochambeauReportson new' shipscoming.Recommendswinningtheconfidenceandsupportofthemulattos,sinceacombinedforceofnegroesandmulattoswouldbeaformidableenemy.4pp.4.PILLET,Chefde Bataillon.,Commw1da:r'lt de la Partie fran(/aise de l' Is le St. LSto:RochambeauExpressespleasureuponhearingofhisfuturetransfertoSt.Domingue. 3pp.4.1679.[anII?],12vent.VIGNAR[?],LATRIMER.[1803?],3Mar.ALSto:Rochambeau[n.p.]AcknowledgestheGeneral'sfriendship.3pp.4.1680.an11,13vent.1803,4Mar.Port-au-Prince1681.an11,13vent.1803,4Mar.LeCap 1682.an11,13vent.1803,4Mar.FortDauphin1683.an11,13vent.1803,4Mar.FortDauphin1684.an11,14vent.1803,5Mar.PortRepublicainBAILLON,LSto: Rochambeau CongratulatestheGeneral Harmly onhispromotiontoCapitaine general. 2pp.4.DEGRASSE,AUGUSTE.Chef d'Escadron.,premier Aide-de-camp du General deDivisionQuantinALSto:RochambeauRequestsorders;thehighfeverthathasforcedhimtoremainbedridden Hill notdeterhimfromcarryingthemout.2pp.4.QUANTIN Genera l deDivisionALSto:RochambeauReportsthatfourmenfromtheSpanishDragoonshavedeserted,takinghorses Hith them.HasaskedGeneralFerrandtoarrestthemandtheywillbeshot.2pp.4.ALSto:RochambeauTellsthatinan5herefusedtoreturntotheislandbecauseheconsideredthefreedomofthecolonyagreatmistake.Hecamehereinan10, ho\vever, andregretshaving Hasted hishealthinmilitaryaffairsthatremainunknown.2pp.fOeBRUNET,JEANBAPTISTE. General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauIsgladforthepostgiventoRochambeauby

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227CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1685-16911685.an11,14vent.1803,5Mar.Port Repub 1icain1686.an11,14vent.1803,5Mar.PortRepub1icain1687.an11,14vent.1803,5Mar.St.Marc1688. an 11,14vent.1803,5Mar.PortRepublicain1689.an11,14vent.1803,5 Mar.PortRepublicain1690.an11,14vent.1803,5Mar.Paris(France)1691.1803,6Mar.theFirstConsul.GeneralLuxhasinformedhimthatRochambeau i.scomingtoPortRepublicain.Presentshimselfasanofficerofirreproachableconduct.2pp.4.BRUNET,JEANBAPTISTE. General deDivisionALSto:Rochambeau RemindshimoftheirconversationatPortRepub1icaininwhichtheGeneralsaidhe(Brunet)couldkeeptheofficersinhisEtat-major.AlsoremindshimthatLeclerchadgivenhimtenofficiersde la correspondanceinsteadofthesingleonehepresentlyhas.2pp.4.ALSto:RochambeauReportsthattherebelshavepenetratedtheSouth.CampRoche1oishasbeenevacuated;GeneralLaplumeinformshimthat600 menofthe1,100senttohimareinthehospital;hehasaskedthe ordonnateur togetamonth'ssuppliesforthePlacesur1aLigne,andthreemonths'suppliesforPortRepub1icain,butnothinghasbeendoneaboutthis.CommissaireColberthasaskedthemerchantsherefor5,000gourdestopayformanythings.4pp.4.FRESSINET, PHILIBERT. General deBrigadeALSto:RochambeauExpressesconcernforRochambeausincenocorrespondancehasbeenreceivedfromhimforseveraldays.MentionsanattackonSt.Marcbytherevolutionaries.3pp.4.LOMBART, President du Tribunal d'Appeldu Departement del'ArtiboniteALSto:RochambeauCongratulatestheGeneralonhispromotiontoCommandantenchef.1p.4.MOREAUDELISLE, Curateur aux Succes-sionsvacantesALSto:RochambeauCongratulatestheGeneralonbeingappointedCommandantenchefoftheisland.1p..fo.ROUVIER,JEANGASPARD.ALSto:MadameRochambeauRequestshertoremindtheGeneralaboutthepapershe(Rouvier)gavetohimbeforeheleft;thesepapersareforobtainingamortgageof6,000francs.2pp.8voDUCKWORTH,SIRJOHNTHOMAS. Rear Admiral

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1692-1699CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2281692.1693.1694.1695.1696.1697.1698. 1699.PortRoyal(Jamaica)an11,15vent.1803,6 Mar. Le Cap an11,15vent.1803,6 Mar.Nantes(France)an11,16vent.1803,7Mar.Petit-Goavean11,16vent.1803,7 Mar. Le Cap an11,16vent.1803,7 Mar.FortDauphinan11,16vent.1803,7 Mar.PortdePaixan11,16vent.1803,7 Mar. Paris (France)an11,16vent.1803,7Mar.LeCap ALSto:RochambeauThankstheGeneralforhisinterestin Hr. Katonandinthewriterhimself.Promisestodoanythingheasks.2pp.4.(inEnglish)LANCHAMP,Payeur general del' Armee LSto:RochambeauRequestsmonetaryrecognitionforhisservices.2pp.fa.LEMESLE,NegociantHAUDAUDINE,NegociantALSto:RochambeauAreforwardingaletterfromMme.Rochambeau. ThegiftssentbytheGeneralfromPort Re pub1icainhavearrivedandtheyarebeingsenttohersafelypacked.1p.4.Enc.:lackingDELPECH,ChefdeBatailZonLSto:RochambeauExpresseshissatisfactionaboutRochambeau'sappointmentas genepal. 2pp.4.LANCHAMP, Payeurgeneral de l 'Armee LSto:RochambeauReportsthathekeptinthecentralCaisseonly600,000francsofthemoneysentfromFrance,anddividedtherestbetweenJacme1,Le Mole, andPort-au-Prince.1p.4.QUANTIN General deDivisionALSto:Rochambeau CommentsonLeVaillantandhisinfamouslies.2pp.4.RIPPERT,ALEXANDRE.Chefd 'Escadpon ALSto:RochambeauCongratulatesRochambeau onhisappointmentasCapitaine general ofthecolony.2pp.4.Enc.:hisreportonasuccessfulmarchagainsttherebelsRIVIEREDUNORD,Membredu Corps legislatifALSto:Rochambeau Recommends for hisconsiderationayoungofficer,thebrotherofChefde BpigadeIrenee delaCroixofGuadeloupe.1p.4.SABES,PASCAL. General de Brigade ALSto:mon epouse MarieCarteretwillbringtoherthemoney heissending;alsosendingapackageof

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229CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERSsweetsfromLaHavana.3pp.4.1700-17081700.1701.1702.1703. 1704.1705.1706.1707.an11,17vent.1803,8Mar.Petit-Goavean11,17vent.1803,8Mar.Le Cap an11,17vent.1803,8Mar.Le Cap an11,17vent.1803,8 Mar.FortDauphinan11,18vent.1803,9 Mar.Port-au-Princean11,18vent.1803,9 Mar.Port-au-Princean11,18vent.1803,9 Mar.Nantes(France)an11,18vent.1803,9 Mar.FortDauphinDELPECH,ChefdeBataillonLSto:Rochambeau RecommendsM.Bache1lier,Commissaire del'Etatcivil,forthepositionof greffier enchefofthenewtribunaltobeestablishedhere.1p.4.LANCHAMP,Payeur general de l'Armee LSto:Rochambeau Reportsabalanceof526,000francs,notincludingthe123,000gourdesfromLaHavana.1p.4.LUDOT,ANTOINE. Grand Juge deSt.DomingueLSto:Quantin, General deDivisionAsksforinformationaboutacertainnegronamedLindor.1p.4.QUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauDefendshimselfagainstaccusationsofcowardice,ineptitude,ignorance.ThewriterawaitstheGeneral'scomments. 2pp.4.BRUNET,JEANBAPTISTE. General deDivisionLSto:RochambeauRebelsaredoinggreatdamageintheSouth:hehasorderedtheevacuationofMiragoaneandPetitTrou,left150meninAnse-a-Veau.3pp.fOeLSto:RochambeauReportstheassaultontheship Brick fromLeHavrebyrebelbarges,andtheseizureofallsupplies.Theattackerscouldnotbecaptured.3pp.fOeLEMESLE,NegociantHAUDAUDINE,NegociantLSto:RochambeauForwardinga newletterfromMme.Rochambeau.1p.4.Ene.:lackingQUANTIN General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauReportsthesituationandthefactsaboutOuanamintheandLaxavon.HepointstoLeVaillantasthemostdangerousenemyofthearmyandofthecitizens.2pp.fOe1708.an11,19vent.1803,10 Mar..D'HARVILLE,ALSto:[RochambeauJ

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1709-1716CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2301709.1710.1711.1712.1713.1714. 1715.Paris(France)an11,19vent.1803,10 Mar. Le Cap 1803,10 Mar.Kingston(Jamaica)an11,19vent.1803,10 Mar.FortDauphinan11,20vent.1803,11Mar.Petit-Goavean11,20vent.1803,11Mar. Le Cap an11,20vent.1803,11Mar. LeCap an11,20vent.1803,11Mar.Jacme1Recommends H. Desgouttes Hho hasservedinSt.Domingueunderhisorders.1p.4.(enc.of1819)[LANCHAMP], Payeurgeneral de l 'Armee ALto:RochambeauReportsabalanceof1,100,000francsintheCaisse.Hasordereddisembarkmentof15,000gourdes,asnothingmoreremainsonland.1p.4.LINDO,ALEXANDRE.LSto:RochambeauHeishonoredbyRochambeau'srequestthathesupplytheArmyofSt.Domingue.ButsinceheisleavingforLondonheasksforadelayonreachinganagreement.2pp.fOeQUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauForwardingthedraftofasketchofFortRochambeau.Referstoseveralactionsmadeandothersplannedagainstthenatives.1p.fa.Ene.DELPECH,Chefde Bataillon LSto:RochambeauPraisesM.deBercyforhisactionsasIns pecteur de laCulture andforhisconductinthewar.Recommendshimforhighpromotion.3pp.4.LANCHAMP, Payeur genel')al de 2.'Armee ALSto:RochambeauReportstotalbalanceof1,035,000francs.1p.4.LUDOT,ANTOINE. Grand Juge deSt.DomingueLSto:RochambeauRequeststhathisorderagainstthedepartureofM.LaBarrierebe 'tvithdra'toffi sincethispersonhasofferedbail.2pp.4.(addressleaf)PAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General de BrigadeLSto:RochambeauRelatesthedesertionofConstantand tHenty oneofthemosttrustedsoldiers,andofalmostallthecoloredsoldierscommandedbyOnezimeLafond;measuresarebeingtakentouncovertherootsoftheconspiracy.3pp.fOe(addressleaf)1716.an 11, 20vent.1803,11Mar.QUANTIN,ALSto: General deDivisionRochambeau

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231CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1717-1723FortDauphin1717.1803,12Mar.PortRoyal(Jamaica)1718.an11,21vent.1803,12 Mar. Le Cap 1719.an11,21vent.1803,12Mar. LeCap 1720.1803,12Mar.Kingston(Jamaica)1721.an11,21vent.1803,12 Mar.FortDauphin1722.an11,22vent.1803,13Mar. Le Cap 1723.an11,22vent.1803,13Mar. Le Cap ReportsconditionsinFortDauphin,andthesicknessofCaptainDehastaud.2pp.fOeDUCKWORTH,SIRJOHNTHOMAS. Rear Admiral ALSto:Rochambeau AskstheGeneraltosupportthepetitionoftwoEnglishcitizens,Mr.EstensandMr.GeorgeHal1ans,thattheirconfiscatedpropertybereturned.1p.4.(inEnglish)LABROSSE,Ancien Directeur de l'Hopital militaireALSto:Daure,Hector, Prefetcolonial PetitionstobeappointedCommissairedel'Etat civil. 1p.fOe(followingtheletterisanoteofrecommendationsentby Daure toRochambeau,andthelatter'sapproval)LANCHAMP, Payeurgeneral de l'Armee LSto:RochambeauReportsseveralexpenseswhichleftabalanceof397,000gourdesintheCaisse.2pp.4.LINDO,ALEXANDRE.LSto:RochambeauThankshimfortheBordeauxwine.Sendsalistofmerchandisehehasbeenabletoprocureforhim.2pp.fOeEne.:billfor308gourdesQUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauComplainsofhavingsolittletimeforpreparationsbeforeRochambeauopensthecampaign;helackseverything.WillgotoLeCapforadaytotrytoprovidethethingsneeded.1p.4.LANCHAMP, Payeurgeneral de l'Armee ALSto:RochambeauComplainsoftheconfusioncausedbytransferofofficersandtroops.Requeststhateveryoneberequiredtoobtainacessationofpaymentcertificatefrom one postbeforehecanbepaidbythenext.1p.4.LUDOT,ANTOINE. Grand Juge deSt.DomingueLSto:RochambeauForwardstheofficialdesignationofCitizenBuriatasconciergeoftheprisonatLe Cap.1p.fOeEne.:designationapprovedandsignedbyRochambeau

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1724-1731CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2321724.an11,22vent.1803,13Mar.Jacmel1725.1803,13Mar.Kingston(Jamaica)1726.an11,23vent.1803,14Mar.PortRepub1icain1727.an 11, 23vent.1803,14Mar.Bordeaux(France)1728.an11,25vent.1803,16 Mar.PortRepub1icain1729.an 11, 25vent.1803,16 Mar.FortDauphin1730.an 11, 26vent.1803,17Mar.[n.p.]1731.an11,26vent.1803,17Mar.Paris(France)PAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General de LSto:Rochambeau Fonvards totheGeneralcopiesof tHO anonymousletterstransmittedtohimbyDelpech.1p.fOe(addressleaf)Enc.:seenos. 1537b. PELLISSIERE, LALSto:RochambeauReportsthatthenegotiationsheiscarryingonhavenotfoundagoodresponse.Hemustbetactful.Lindoistheonlyonetotrust.Statesthevariousmovementsinthemercantileport.AnnouncesthatavesselfromPortsmouthwillbringinfiveregiments. M. NugentwillbereplacedbyGeneralMoore.3pp.40.BRUNET,JEANBAPTISTE. General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauAccusestheblacks,mulattosandtheGardenationalefortheunnecessaryevacuationofLePetit-Goave.ConsidersGeneralDe1pechatfaultfornotbeingagoodarmy man,forbeingtootrusting.Situationisdeteriorating.3pp.fa.VIEYNERS[?J,ALSto:RochambeauCongratulateshimonhispromotionandthankshimforprotectionofhispropertyinthecolony.2pp.4.BRUNET,JEANBAPTISTE. General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauReportsthedeathofoneofhisaides-decamp.1p.8vo.QUANTIN, General deDivisionLSto:RochambeauReportsCitizenPierreDucheminhasarrivedwiththeGeneral'sorders,aftersurvivinganumberofordeals.Hehaschosenverysalubrioushabitationsforbivouackingthebat-talionofthelioeDivision.Hishealthisgettingbettereveryday.2pp.fa.[N.S.]Lto:[Rochambeau]GivesnewsofRochambeau'sparents.1p..4.(addressleaf;enc.ofno.1819)SAINTSAUVEUR,MADAMERAYMONDDE. LSto:Rochambeau TheordercancellingtherequisitionofherpropertiesinArcahiehasbeenissued tHice.

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233CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1732-17381732.an11,27vent.1803,18Mar.Gre10t1733.an11,27vent.1803,18Mar.Paris(France)1734.[an11,28vent.][1803,19Mar.]Artibonite1735.an11,29vent.1803,20 Mar. Le Cap 1736.an11,30vent.1803,21 Mar.Jacme11737.an11,30vent.1803,21 Mar.FortDauphin1738.an11,1 germ.1803,22 Mar.PortRepublicainShehasappointedasherproxiesCaptainandMme.Lachiche.Shehasgivenordersthatallbuttheoldworkersleaveherpropertiesbutnoneofthishasbeenaccomplished:asksforassistance.2pp.fOe(enc.ofno.1733)AUSSENAC,GChef dela74e Demi-brigade InfanteriedeLigneALSto:RochambeauRequeststransfersincehistroopshavebeenincorporatedbyGeneralClauselintothe7 edeLigne.1p.4.(twocopies)VAIVREZ,GChefdel'Administrationco-loniale---LSto:RochambeauPetitionsinfavorofMme.St.Sauveurforthereturnofhersequesteredproperty.1p.fOeEnc.:petitionwrittenbyMme.St.Sauveur,directedtoRochambeau:seeno.1731.LOMBART, President duGouvernement presle Tribunald'AppelLSto:RochambeauIssendingtheofficialreportoftheextraordinarysessionoftheTribunalwhichconfirmsRochambeauinhisofficeof General enchefde l'Armee. 2pp.fOeEnc.:minutessignedbyMinutyAUSSENAC,GChefde la 74e Demi-brigadeInfanterie deLigneALSto:RochambeauRequestspromotion.2pp.4.PAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General deBrigadeALSto:RochambeauInformstheGeneralthatsincethelastdesertioninanadvancedpost,onwhichoccasionhemadeanexampleoftheaccomplices,nootherdesertionhastakenplace.Rumorshavebeenspreadingofaseriousattackplannedbytherebels.2pp.4.QUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauReportsthatFortMartellierewastakenonthe27ventase.Wantstodepartforreasonsofhealth.2pp.fOeBRUNET,JEANBAPTISTE. General deDivisionLSto:RochambeauAcknowledgeshavingreceivedhisorderforthedepartureoftheAdjudant commandant,

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1739-1746CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2341739.an11,1 germ.1803,22Mar.St.Marc1740.an11,2 germ.1803,23Mar.PortRepub1icain1741.an11,2 germ.1803,23Mar.PortRepub1icain1742.an11,2germ.1803,23Mar.PortRepub1icain1743.an11,2germ.1803,23 Mar.PortRepub1icain1744.an11,2germ.1803,23 Mar.FortDauphin1745.an11,3germ.1803,24Mar.FortDauphin1746.an11,3germ.1803,24Mar.FortDauphinGrandsaigne.Heregretslosinghimbecausehehasthequalificationsnecessaryforbecoming adistinguishedofficer.2pp.4.FRESSINET, PHILIBERT. GeneraldeBrigade ALSto:Rochambeau Recommendsforthepositionof Vacances a St.MarcbothBacegneandLachiche.1p.4.BRUNET,JEANBAPTISTE. General deDivisionLSto: General BoyerReportsonthetransferoftroopstothegarrisonofPort-au-Prince.Fifty-fivemenleftforLeogane.HecannotformadetachmenttogotoPetit-Goave;ifhedidthiswouldleavetheplainwithoutdefenses.2pp.fOeLSto:RochambeauIssendingadiagramofthetroops 'tvhich areoccupyingtheplains.2pp.4.Ene.:lackingALSto:RochambeauReportsthatChefde Brigade De1pech,hisadjudantde place, andtwootherofficershavebeenarrestedandtakentotheship L'Amiral, astheGeneralhasordered.2pp.4. PANISSE, PIERRE.Chefde Brigade., Corrrmandantde laPlace LSto: General de Brigade BoyerDailyreport:militarymovements. 2pp.4.(addressleaf)Enc.: pass'tvord QUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauReportsdelayinarrivalofships.Heneedsanexpeditiontosend300SpaniardstoPortau-Prince.1p.fa.LSto:RochambeauReportsthatAdjudantcommandantDumond, 'tvho hasreceivedordersfromGeneralC1auzeltotakecommandofFortDauphinunderhim,hasbeenauthorizedtotakeonCitizenGrebertastemporaryadjutant.1p.fOeALSto:RochambeauRequeststheappointmentofthree 'tvhite officers: E'tvrand, DesfontainesandLa Hartel 1iere,membersoftheGardenationale,as

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235CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1747-17541747.an11,4germ.1803,25 Mar.Port Repub licain1748.an11,4germ.1803,25 Mar.Leogane1749.an11,4germ.1803,25 Mar.Leogane1750.an11,4germ.1803,25 Mar. Le Mole 1751.an11,4germ.1803,25Mar.Le Mole 1752.an11,4germ.1803,25 Mar. Le Mole 1753.an11,4germ.1803,25Mar.FortDauphin1754.an11,5germ.1803,26Mar.PortRepublicainadjoints a l'Etat-major.2pp.fOeBRUNET,JEANBAPTISTE. General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauIssendingareport.1p.4.Enc.:lackingDOLISIE,ChefdeBataillonL(copy)to: General BrunetReportsthesuccessoftheexpeditiontoLeoganewhichcommandedbyChefdeBataillonLacombe. Theydefeatedtheenemyalthoughthelatterconsistedof1200well-fed,welltrainedmen.3pp.fa.LACOMBE,ChefdeBataillonLSto:RochambeauReportsonsuccessfulcampaignagainsttherebels.3pp.fOeLAPOYPE, General de comman-dantLe Mole ALSto:RochambeauAnnouncesthemysteriousarrivalofachaloupewithtwomalenegroes,two women,andsevenchildren.Theyhavebeenjailedundersuspicionpendinginvestigation.1p.4.LSto:RochambeauReportsthathistroopsprotectingthefoodforhorsesontheirwaytoLe Mole wereattacked,buttheyrepelledtheattack.Hewillnotbeginmanoeuvres;thinksthattheenemyispreparingsomekindofaction.2pp.fOeALSto:RochambeauWassurprisedatthearrivaloftheAdjudantcommandantDevauxinhisdivisiontoreplaceCommandantLefevre.Expressessorrowatlosingthecollaborationofthelatterofficer.2pp.4.QUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauReportsthathisstrategyisaffectedbydissatisfactionanddesertionwhichincreasedaily;theenemyisnotunawareofthisfact.2pp.fOeBRUNET,JEANBAPTISTE. General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauHisGardeiscomposedof162men,111ofwhomaresick.GeneralLavalettedefeatedtherebelsatNouailles.2pp.4.Enc.:listofmenavailableineachcompany.

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1755-1762CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2361755.an11,6germ.1803,27 Mar.Milan(Italy)1756.1803,27 Mar.Kingston(Jamaica)1757.an11,7 germ.1803,28Mar.Port Repub licain1758.1803,29Mar. Curac;;.ao 1759.an11,8germ.1803,29Mar.FortDauphin1760.an11,9germ.1803,20 Mar.Paris(France)1761.an11,9germ.1803,30 Mar.Mireba1ais1762.1803,30 Mar.Baltimore(Md.,U.S.A.)RIME,Chefdel'Etat majorgeneralparinterim LSto:RochambeauLetteronbehalfof General enchef[inItaly]MuratrecommendingM.Collet,whoisleavingforSt.Domingue. 1p.fOeLINDO,ALEXANDRE.LSto:Rochambeau AnnouncesthathisfatherisleavingforLondon.HewilldohisbesttomeettheGeneral'srequest,andtoexecutetheprogramofsuppliespromisedfortheArmyofSt.Domingue. 2pp.fa.[ROCHAMBEAU,DONATIEN-MARIEJOSEPHDE VIHEUR DE]. General enchefD(copy).Listofseveralappointmentstothetribunalsoftheisland.1p.fOeBERCH,CORNELIS.VEER,ABRAHAMDE. het prov&s&o neelGouvernement desEylands D(copy).StatemeasurestheDutchgovernmentwillusetoforbidillicitanddangerousarmstradewiththerebelnegroesofSt.Domingue.2pp.fOe(inDutch)Enc.:anothercopyanditstranslationintoEnglishQUANTIN ,General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauReportsontheconditionofhistroopsandondesertionamongtheSpaniards.2pp.fa.FERRANT,JOSEPH.Capitainede Bataillon de La 8?e Demi-brigadeALSto:RochambeauRequeststhattheGeneralwritealettertotheCapitaine general ofMartiniqueaskingforassistanceforthe mother-in-lmv ofFerrant,whomhehassenttoMartiniquetofinishsomebusinessaffairs.HernameisFloreBechaud.2pp.4.LAFRANCE,PAUL.ChefdeBrigadeALSto:RochambeauExpressespleasureuponhearingoftheGeneral'sarrival.1p.fOeLEMMON,JOHN.Negociant americaina BaltimoreLSto:RochambeauRequeststheproductofthesaleofhisship whichwasrequisitionedbythegovernmentbecauseitsweightwasnotinaccordwiththedecreeofGeneralLeclerc.Thesale

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237CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1763-17701763.an11,9 germ.1803,30 Mar.Port-au-Prince1764.1803,30 Mar.Baltimore(Md.,u.S.A.)1765.an11,10germ.1803,31 Mar.Paris(France)1766.an11,11 germ.1803,1AprilPortRepub1icain1767.1803,1April 1768.an11,11 germ.1803,1AprilPortRepub1icain1769.an11,12 germ.1803,2April[n.p.]1770.an11,12 germ. 1803,2AprilPortRepub1icaintookplacethe3messidor,an10.2pp.fa.(enc.ofno.1764)LUDOT, Grand JugedeSt.DomingueLSto:Rochambeau Asksforspecialprivilegestowhichheisentitledandwhichothersalreadypossess.1p.fOeSMITH,SALS LetterofrecommendationforMr.Lemmonwhowillpresenttheletterpersonally.1p.fa.(inEnglish)Enc.:petitionbyMr.JohnLemmon;threepapersconcerningM.ThomasForte,CapitainedeVaisseau:seeno.1762.D'AUMONT,KVeuveALSto:RochambeauRequestsanofficialdeclarationofdeathofChefd'EscadronCordiersothathiswidowmayobtainapension.2pp.4.ARTILLERIECOLONIALE.DS.Salariesduetotheofficers who serveinPortRepublicain.1p.fa.(signedbydifferentofficials)BERCH,CORNELIS.VEER,ABRAHAMDE.Waarneemendehet prOV1"s1"oneelGouvernement des Eylands Curagao AD(copy).DecreeforbiddingthetradeofwarsuppliesinSt.Domingue. 1p.fOe(inDutch;signedbyGaerthe,certifyingatruecopy)Enc.:anothercopyanditstranslationtoEnglishBRUNET,JEANBAPTISTE. General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauSendsaletteroftheChefde la l11e Demi brigade.Hehasthecoatsandhatsofthedeported grenadiers. 1p.4.Enc.:lackingBEGON,MICHELDENIS.L8to:RochambeauRequestsreimbursementforservicesrenderedwithhisshipLaFavoriteandforthecargothatwasdestroyed.3pp.fa.Ene.:writtenproofsBRUNET,JEANBAPTISTE. General deDivisionALSto:RoehambeauIssendingacomplaintfromtheChefdeBri-

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1771-1779CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERSgadeagainsttwoofficers.1p.4.Ene.:lacking238an11,18 germ.1803,8AprilAuquartier general 1771.1772.1773.1774.1775.1776.1777.1778.1779.an11,12germ.1803,2AprilNantes(France)an11,13germ.1803,3AprilFortDauphinan11,13germ.1803,3AprilFortDauphinan11,14germ.1803,4AprilPort-au-Princean11,15germ.1803,5AprilLe Cap an11,15germ.1803,5AprilParis(France)an11,16germ.1803,6AprilKingston(Ja-maica)an11,18germ.1803,8AprilPointe-a-Pitre(Guadeloupe)LEMESLE,NegociantHAUDAUDINE, Negociant LSto:RochambeauIndicatethattheyhaveathirdletterfromMme.Rochambeautosendhim,andtheyhopeto fOTIvard itsafely.1p.4.QUANTIN, General deDivisionLS(dupl.)to:CommissaireFroidevauxAskshimtodepartimmediatelyfor }Ionte Christtogetsupplies.1p.4.(enc.ofno.1806)ALSto:Ro-chambeauTellsabouttheattackbytheenemyonthegarrison.Manygrenadiers \Vere injured;enlistmentisdisastrouslylow.2pp.fOeROCHAMBEAU,DONATIENMARIEJOSEPHDEVnIEURDE. General enchefDS.DecreeconcerningmeasuresimposedbytheFrenchgovernmenttoseriouslyeconomize.1p.fOeBEAUMET,ALSto:RochambeauDiscussesthepossibilitiesandadvantagesofestablishingatelegraphsystemontheisland.3pp.fOeCHERUDY[?J,ALSto:[RochambeauJEverythingwhichmightinteresttheGeneralisdoingwell.PeaceintheRepublicisperfect.2pp.4.PELLISSIERE, LALSto:RochambeauCongratulateshimonhisappointment;tellshowpleasedthetroopsaretobeplacedinhishands.1p.4.ARNAULD,ANTOINE.ChefdeBataillonALSto:Rochambeau Fonvards aletter by l-Ime. deSt.Fremont.1p.4.Ene.:lackingLANCHAMP,Payeur general de l'Armee LSto:RochambeauReportsthatGeneralLeclerchadgiven5,000francstoM.Desperouxfortheexpensesof

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239CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1780-17851780.an11,18germ.1803,8AprilPortRepub1icain1781.an11,18germ.1803,8AprilGaguenau[?]1782.1803,9April Cura<;ao 1782a.an11,19 germ.1803,9April[St.Domingue]1783.an11,19 germ.1803,9AprilFortDauphin1783a.an11,20germ.1803,10AprilPortRepub1icain1784.an11,20 germ.1803,10AprilPortRepublicainhisfurnitureremoval.Someofthisisleftandhasbecomegovernmentproperty.1p.4.(addressleaf)ROCHAMBEAU,DONATIENMARIEJOSEPHDEVIMEURDE. General enchefD(copy).ListofnewappointmentstothetribunalsofSt.Domingue. 1p.fOeVALDEC-BOUDINHON,Chefd'EscadronALSto:RochambeauCongratulateshimonhisrecentpromotion.RecommendsforhisconsiderationM.Fistres,andrequeststhatthispersonbeplacedinacavalrydivision.2pp.4.BERCH,CORNELIS.VEER,ABRAHAMDE. Waarneemende het neel Gouvernement des Eylands Curagao LSto:Rochambeau Aredismayedthatgunpowderhasbeensoldtothenatives.Affirmallthesupportoftheirnationtothere-establishmentoforderinSt.Domingue. 4pp.fa.(inDutch)Enc.:secondcopy,translatedintoEnglishCOSSON, Gerant de l'HaJJi tationPeyracALSto: le Corronandantmilitairede laCroix des Bouquets.Reportsskirmisheswiththerebels,whoescapedwiththeanimalsinspiteofthestrongdefenseofthepost.Asksforammunition.2pp.fa.QUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto: Rochambeau Reportshowhisofficersresenthimwhenhehastoexposethemtothecoldandhumidnightsandtosuddenattacks.MakesanexceptionofDumontandpraiseshim.4pp.fOeLAMBERT,Gardiende la Maison d'Arret Lto:ChefdeBrigadePanisseAskstobereplacedbecauseheissickandneedscareandrest.1p.4.(signedforhimbyanotary;enc.ofno.1784)PANI8SE, PIERRE.Chefde Commandantde laPlace L8to:RochambeauForwardsarequestfromtheGardiende la Maison d'Arret toberelievedofdutyforreasonsofhealth.1p.4.Enc.:seeno.1?83a.1785.an11,21 germ.1803,11AprilFROIDEVAUX,L8to:QuantinCorronissaire des Guerres

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1786-1792CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS240 MonteChrist1786.an11,21germ.1803,11AprilLe Mole 1787.an11,22germ.1803,12AprilPort-au-Prince1788.an11,22germ.1803,12AprilLesCayes1789.an11,22germ.1803,12AprilCarcasse1790.an11,22germ.1803,12AprilJacme11791.an11,22 germ. 1803, 12AprilJacme11792.an11,22 germ.1803,12AprilPort-au-PrinceReportsthathewillmake atriptoLe CapinsteadoftoFortDauphin, \vhere he \Vas expected.Thetripwillbeshort.1p.4.(addressleaf;enc.ofno.1806)LAPOYPE, General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauHisviewofsomeofficers.Issendingareportonthesituationinthehospitals.Thereisnonewsrelatingtothemilitarysituation.2pp.4.Enc.:lackingBALLDN,Chef corrona:fldantla PlaceALSto:RochambeauPetitionsforjustice:heisindisgrace.Enclosesthreetestimonialsofvariousofficersconcerninghiszealandhismilitaryabilities.2pp.4.Enc.:seenos. 1480. BERGER,LOUISMARIE.Chefde Commandantd1 Armes L5to:RochambeauOfficialreportofmilitarymanoeuvresforthefirsttwentydaysofthemonth.1p.4.Enc.:reportGODART,Chefde la 7ge Demi-bpigade d1InfanterieLSto:RochambeauExplainsthat,asasafetymeasure,hesentdirectlytoRochambeautheparcelcontainingnominationpapersforthemeninhisbattalion.Requestshimto fonvard ittothecorrectaddress.1p.fa.PAGEDT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General deBrigadeLSto:RochambeauAcknowledgesthemoneyandthetroopssent;reportscaptureofPetit-Goavebytherebels.HereatJacmel,heiswaitingforrebelattacksandeveryoneisathispost.Deplorestheinsufficiencyoftroops.3pp.fOe(addressleaf)LSto:RochambeauCongratulateshimonhispromotionto General enchefofSt.Domingue. 1p.4.ROCHAMBEAU,DONATIENMARIEJOSEPHDE VIHEUR DE. Genera l enchefD(copy).AppointmentofM.Legrandas Gar dienoftheprison.1p.fa.

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241CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1793-18011793.an11,22germ.1803,12AprilPort-au-Prince1794.an11,23germ.1803,13AprilPort-au-Prince1795.[an11,23germ.][1803,13April][Port-au-Prince]1796.an11,23germ.1803,13AprilSt.Domingue1797.an11,26germ.1803,16AprilMonteChrist1798.an11,26germ.1803,16AprilFortDauphin1799.an11,27germ.1803,17AprilBordeaux(France)1800.an11,27germ.1803,17AprilFortDauphinROCHAMBEAU,DONATIENMARIEJOSEPHDEVIMEURDE. General enchefD(copy).AppointmentofM.BourgeoisasJugede Tribunal atFort 1p.fOeCRUVILLIER,Lieutenantdu2 e Bataillon LSto:Treboute,Chefde Bataillon ComplainsthathehasnotbeenincludedinthereorganizationmadeinthecolonybyorderofGeneralLacrosse.Heisdueforapromotionwhichhewillnotbeabletogetifhedoesnotjoinhisdemi-brigade.Asksforhelp.1p.fOe(enc.ofno.1795)TREBOUTE,Chefde Bataillon LSto:RochambeauForwardsrequestofCruvi1lier,whomhehighlyrecommends. 1p.4.Enc.:letterbyCruvil1ier:seeno.1794.VALDONY,Chefde Commandantde la PlaceLSto:RochambeauAnnouncesthatheisforwardingthreelettersrecentlyreceivedfromSt.Thomas. 1p.4.Ene.:lackingCORROY,FRANCISCO. Charge de laFourniture des HopitauxmilitairesLSto: General QuantinPresentshisresignationbecausehecannotbeusefultothegovernmentinspiteofallhisefforts.3pp.4.(followedbyQuantin'sanswer;enc.ofno.1806)QUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:RoehambeauReportscriticalconditions,andhow,afterthetruce,FortJosephahasbecomedepopulated:lackofmedicineandfood.3pp.fOeGRAMONT,ALSto:RochambeauHighlyrecommendsM.Alegre,who wasaninterpreterunderLeclercinPortugal.HehasnonewsfromMme.Rochambeau.4pp. 4. QUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauComplainsaboutthedifficultiesinvolvedintheappointmentofGeneralDe1atourasCommandantofFortMonteChrist;begsRochambeautoappointCaptainMoubi1lyinstead.2pp.4.1801.an11,29germ.LUTHIER,Chef del'Etat

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1802-1808CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2421802.1803. 1804.1805.1806.1807.1808.1803,19AprilLasCahobasan11,30germ.1803,20AprilLesCayesan11,30germ.1803,20AprilPortRepublicainan11,30germ.1803,20AprilPort-au-Princean11,30germ.1803,20AprilLesCayesan11,30germ.1803,20AprilFortDauphinan11,1f10r.1803,21AprilPhiladelphia(Pa.,U.S.A.)an11,2f10r.1803,22AprilLe Cap ADS.OrdersanofficerandtwodragoonstotakeamessageofgreatimportancetoRocham-"beau.RequestsallmilitarycommanderstotakenecessaryprecautionstoinsurethesafepassageoftheofficerenroutetoRochambeau.1p.4.BRUNET,JEANBAPTISTE. General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauIssendingCitizenThotou, Directeur desDomaines,whowillgivehimnewsfromJamaica.Ashipwithtroopshasarrived;theywillleaveforPort-au-Prince.Hehasnotreceivedthenewreinforcementsofthe86 eDemi-brigade;theshipwhichistransportingthemhassufferedsetbacks.2pp.fOe(addressleaf)HUIN,CHRISTOPHE.ChefdeBataillonALSto:RochambeauCaptainDavidTroyofMirebalaishasgivenhimahorsefortheGeneral,andheissendingiton.1p.4.LANCHAMP,Payeur general de l 'Armee DS. Resume oftheamountofmoneyspentbythearmyinSt.Domingueforans10and11.1p.fOeNICE,MICHELFRANCOIS.Ancien Jaugeuretalonneur de l'Appondissement de Jepemie LSto:Rochambeau Askstoremaininhiscommission.Recommendshisson,JeanMichelNice,forthepositionof jaugeur whenhehimselfretires.2pp.fOeQUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauDescribestheactionsagainsttherevolutionariesandannouncesthearrestofseveralnegroes.2pp.fOeEnc.:lettersenttoM.Froidevaux;letterofresignationfromM.Corroy;listofpeoplearrested:seenos. 1797.DESABAYE,LSto:RochambeauRelatesthestoryoftheBuc,St.AurinandGuignodaffair;requestssomedetailsconcerningtheseigeofMarnedeSt.Pierre,thestoryofwhichheispresentlywriting.6pp.fOeDUCLOS, Curateur auxSuccessionsva-cantesLSto:Lanchamp, Payeurgeneral

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243CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1809-18161809.an11,2f1or.1803,22AprilLe Mole 1810.an11,2flora1803,22AprilLe Mole 1811.an11,2flora1803,22AprilJacmel1812.an11,2f1or.1803,22AprilPort-au-Prince1813.1803,23AprilSt.Pierre(Martinique)1814.an11,3f1or.1803,23AprilPort-au-Prince1815.an11,3flora1803,23AprilLe Mole 1816.an11,3flor.Wantstoknowthedecisionaboutthe18,245francssentbytheCaissede laCuratelle. 2pp.fOe(enc.ofno.1846)LAPOYPE, General deDivisionLSto:RochambeauComplainsabouttheorderoftheGeneralthathisdivisionbecomposedofonlyonebrigade.RequeststhereturnofsomeofhiscompanieswhichatthemomentareatCortue.2pp.4.LSto:RochambeauForwardsthereportoftheinvestigationon BombardeandJeanRabel,twospies.2pp.4.Enc.:lackingLEROY,P_____ Receveur del'ArrondissementDS(copy).Memorandum onthesumpaidforsalariestakenfrom35,000francsassignedbythe Payeurgeneral. 2pp.fOeLunOT,ANTOINE.Grand Juge deSt.DomingueLSto:RochambeauComplainsabouttheorderreceivedthatanypersonwithoutmeansbedraftedassoonastheylandontheisland.Suggeststhatalistofthesepersonsbepublished.3pp.fa.Enc.:copyoftheorder;letterfromtheMinistrede Marine: seeno. 1505.[N.S.]Lto:RochambeauReportonthesituationinMartinique.ThewriterexpresseshisintentionofsellinghispropertiesandofreturningtoParis.4pp.4.(marginalnotesaysth'atsenderhasnotsignedhisnameforlackofspace,butiftheGeneralloveshim,hewillrecognizehim)LANCHAMP,Receveur general de la Colo-nieLSto:RochambeauComplainsoftheGeneral'sabruptchangesinadministration,andhisfailuretonotifyhimofthesechanges.4pp.fOeLAPOYPE, General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauStatestheimpossibilityofsendingthesoldiersbacktotheirpositionbecauseofbadweather.2pp.4.PELLISSIERE, L

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1817-1823CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2441817.1818.1819.1820.1821.1822.1823.1803,23AprilKingston(Jamaica)an11,3flor.1803,23AprilFortDauphinan11,4flor.1803,24AprilLesCayesan11,4flor.1803,24AprilSt.Thomasan11,4f10r.1803,24AprilLe Cap Franc;ais A bord duvaisseau"L'Aigle"an11,4flor.1803,24AprilJacmel1803,25April Curac;ao an11,6flor.1803,26AprilPortRepublicainALSto:Rochambeau Recommends N. Brakey \Vho\vishes toenterthearmy.Hehasserved 'vi thdistinctionundertheEnglish.1p.4.QUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauTellsabout the triphemadetoFortYagotocarryouttheGeneral'sordersmostquickly.Hefeltproud \\Then hereceivedthecommunicationsoftheGeneraland sa\V they tvere thesameordershehadgiventoGeneralFerrand.PraisesGeneralDumont.3pp.fOeBERGER,LOUISMARIE.Chefde Brigade.,COmJTi(J;YZ dantd'ArmesLSto:RochambeauReportsdepartureofGeneralSarazintomeetGeneralsSpitalandD'Arbois.2pp.4.DESGOUTTES,LSto:RochambeauEnclosestwolettersfortheGeneraland ackno\Vledges aletterreceivedfromhim.Sayshewillspendsometimeinthecolonytakingcareoffamilyaffairs.2pp.fa.Enc.:seenos. 1708., 1730.MEDOUS,BERNARD.LSto:RochambeauPetitionstoobtainhisfreedom:he \Vas arrestedonboardtheshipL'Aiglebecauseofadenunciationofanactcommittedbyhimtwelveyearsago ,.]hen he 'vasj.lajorgeneral atSt.Nicolas.3pp.fOePAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General de BrigadeALSto:Rochambeau RecommendstotheGeneralLieutenantLaBoucher,whosebehaviorhasbeenpraiseworthyineveryrespect.2pp.fOeMORALES,ANTOINE.Consul de laRepvhlique BataveLSto:RochambeauAnacknowledgmentof t\.]o letterssentbytheGeneral.Sayscommerceintheislandiscompletelydown,pricestoohigh.Hereceivedfromthe Prefet thecustomstariffsforimportedgoodsandforeignships.1p.fOeDOLISIE,ChefdeBataillonALSto: Rocharnbeau IntroducesM.Dupont,quartier mabtre whoisrepresentinghimonajourneytoLe Cap.1p.fa.

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245CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1824-18311824.1825.1826.1827.1828.1829.1830. 1831.[an11,6flor.][1803,26April] [Jeremie] an11,6flor.1803,26AprilPortRepublicainan11,7flor.1803,27AprilPort-au-Princean11,7f1or.1803,27April[St.Yago(Cuba)]an11,7f10r.1803,27AprilLeCap an11,7f10r.1803,27April[n.p.]an11,8f10r.1803,28AprilSt.Yago (Cuba)1803,29April Genes (Italy)FARROUILH,ANDRE. Habitantproprietaire de la Communede Jeremie LSto:RochambeauHemustleaveforEuropeandasksforapassporttoFrance.1p.fOeEne.:testimonyverifyingneedofdepartureHERrON,CANQUERY,Artistes veterinaires de l'Armee deSt.DomingueL8to:RochambeauComplainbecausetheyleftFranceinahurrybelievingthattheyhadbeenappointedveter-inariansforthecolony,anduponarrivaltheyfoundthatnosuchappointmentexisted.2pp.fOeDAURE,HECTOR.Commissaire ordonnateur en chef D8.Reportontheexpensesmadebytheadministrationonfood,hospitals,clothing,transports,andmiscellaneousitems.2pp.2pp.fOeFERRAND,L General commandant leDepartementdeCibaoL(copy)to: General deDivisionQuantinHe-hasproceededtotheorganizationoftheCorpsdeChasseursatCibao ordered.Needstomake someobservations.3pp.fOe(ene.ofno.1830)Enc.:projectoftheformationoftheCorpsMARTIN,EDOUARD.Chefdu 3 eBataillonLSto:RochambeauRequestspermissiontoserveunderGeneralRicard.1p.fOeNERAUD,GILBERT.Adjudant corronandant DS.Reportonthesituationofthepersonalguardofthe General en chef. 23.5x37em.QUANTIN ,General deDivisionL8to:RochambeauAnnounceshisarrivalinSt.Yago,wherehefindsalmostallthepeoplesufferingfromfever.Forwardsseveralletterssenttohimconcerningtheinternalsituationanddiscussingsuppliesfortheregiments.3pp.fOeEne.:lettersfromFerrand:seenos. 1836.DURAZZO,JACQUESPHILIPPE.LSto:RochambeauHighlyrecommendsRaulCosta,arespectablelawyer.3pp.4.

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1832-1839CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2461832.1833.1834. 1835.1836.1837.1838.1839.an11,9flor.1803,29April[n.p.] an11,10flor.1803,30AprilPortRepublicainan11,10flor.1803,30AprilLeCap an11,11flor.1803,1MayLes Cayesan11,11flor.1803,1MaySt.Yago (Cuba)an11,11flor.1803,1MaySt.Yago (Cuba) an11,14flor.1803,4MayPort-au-PrinceA bord duvaisseau"L'Aigle"an11,15flor.1803,5MayLes CayesLACHARTREDESEVIGNAC,LSto:RochambeauRequeststheGeneral'sprotectionandinfluenceforM.Prondeau,colonistinSt.Domingue,whowishestobeappointedasmemberofthe Chambre d'Agriculture.Ip.4.MASSE,DS.Reportonthesumsthatshouldbepaidtothemembersofthe Tribunal d'Appel.1p.22x31cm.TOUZARD,ChefdeBataillonLSto:RochambeauRequeststhattheGeneralaccordtohisfam ily lodgingsimilartothatgivenpreviouslytoCommandant Nethenvood. 3pp.fOeBERGER,LOUISMARIE.Chefde Commandant d'Armes LSto: Rochambeau Reportsthat,followingordersfromGeneralBrunet,helefttotakecommandofthehabitationWalsh.Hewassurroundedbyfivecolunmsofrebels.Hemanagedtoleave 'vi thoutbeingnoticedbytheenemy,andarrivedatLesCayes bloodshed.4pp.40 FERRAND,L General commo:ado:ntle DepartementdeCibaoLSto: General deDivisionQuantinComplainsaboutlackofsupplies.Givessuggestionsfororganizationofforces.3pp.fOe(enc.ofno.1830)QUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauSecondsthesuggestionofGeneralFerrandtoappointaJugedePaixatCibao.Thepresenttribunalhasonlya few members.2pp.fOe(additionalcopy)THOMAUX,PIERRE.ALSto: l'Amiral commandant l'Armee navaleDenounceshisarrestasunjust,andrequestshisfreedom.Since1793hehasworkedindifferentofficesgainingthepraiseandconfidenceofhissuperiors.Perhapshewas madeprisonerasaresultofsomeslander.2pp.fOeNERETTE,Chefde commandantZa 4e Legion de ZaGendarmerie LSto:RochambeauRequestsaneightmonthsleaveofabsencetoreturntoFranceformedicaltreatment.

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247CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2pp.fa.1840-18461840.an11,15flor.1803,5MaySantoDomingo1841.an11,16f10r.1803,6MayLesCayes1842.an11,16f10r.1803,6MayFortDauphin1843.an11,16f10r.1803,6MayFortDauphin1844.an11,16f10r.1803,6MayPort-au-Prince1845.an11,17f10r.1803,7MayLaBasseTerre1846.an11,17flor.1803,7MayPortRepublicainROOS,Chefd'EscadronLSto:RochambeauReportsthattheymustrelaxhereduetolackofsupplies.They sawEnglishwarshipsbutnoFrenchones.Hismissionwillbedelayed.TheyaresailingforCaracasandplantobebackinPort-au-Princethe20thofthenextmonth.3pp.4.ESMANGART,CHARLES.CapitainedePortALSto:RochambeauRequeststhattheGeneralrecommendhimtothe Contre-amiral, Latouche-Treville,fortheappointmentofcommandantd'une corvette ord'une fregate. 2pp.4.(addressleaf)QUANTIN General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauAnnouncesthedeathofBelleville;theplanofFortDauphinwascompleted,thankstohim,andnowitisafortclosedbothfromtheinsideandoutside.Generalsituationisbad,especiallywithsomuchsickness.2pp.fOeALSto:RochambeauHehassentCaptainDebrucetoinformtheGeneralonthesituation.Hehaswitnessedthepoorconditionsinthearmy,andknowswhatitneeds.2pp.fOeROCHAMBEAU,DONATIENMARIEJOSEPHDEVIMEURDE. General enchefD(copy).Decreecontainingnewappointmentsforthetribunalsinthecolony.2pp.fa.ERNOUT[?J,Capitaine generala Guadeloupe etdependencesLSto:Rochambeau RecommendsthatCaptain Barre beappointedCommandantdes Isles duVent,andthatBaptisteMadier,Capitainede laLegion de la Loire,betransferredtohiscommand.2pp.fOeLANCHAMP,Payeur general de l'Armee LSto:RochambeauRequestsordersconcerningthesumof18,245francsthattheCommissiondeSuccessionshasdepositedinthetreasury.Duclos, Curateuraux Successions,haswrittenthattheheirswhohavetherighttothismoneyarebesieginghimtoobtainit.Asksforinstructions.2pp.4.

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1847-1854CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERSEnc.:letterfromDuclos:seeno. 1808.2481847.1848.1849.1850.1851. 1852.1853.an11,17f1or.1803,7MayPort-au-Princean11,19f1or.1803,9MayA bord duvaisseau"L'Aigle"an11,20f1or.1803,10MayPortRepublicainan11,20f1or.1803,10MayLe Mole an11,20flor.1803,10MaySantoDomingoan11,21f1or.1803,11MaySantoDomingoan11,21flor.1803,11MayLe Mole LUDOT,ANTOINE. Gvand Jvge deSt.DomingueLSto:RochambeauComplainsofthemethodsusedintheprisons,andespeciallyofthedifferentmanneroftreatmentofnegroand tvhi teprisoners.3pp.fOeDUPLESSIS,ALSto:Ludot,Grand Juge deSt. Adefenseofhisownconduct:hecarnebacktoSt.Dominguemerelytoclaimtheinheritanceofhisbrother.Thesituationseemedunfavorablethen,andhebeganto t.. rork,waitingfora morepropitioustimetoaccomplishhismission.Nowhehasbeenarrestedwithoutcause.Hewantstobereleased.2pp.fOeLANCHAMP,Payeur general del' Al?mee LSto:RochambeauReportsthattheDepartementduNordrequests300,000francsinbackpayforthetroops,aratherexaggeratedsum.Specifiesmeasurestakentoverifytheaccounts.2pp.4.LAPOYPE, General deDivisionLSto:RochambeauAcknowledgesthearrivalofreinforcementsforhisdivision.1p.4.VALDONY,ChefdeBrigadeLSto:Rochambeau Announcesthearrestof N. LeNoir, Inspectev:l'i des Douaneset asaccordingtoorders.LeNoirwastakentotheshipLe Tele graphefortransportationtotheGeneral'spresence.1p.fOeEne.:two proces-verbaux concerningLeNoir'spossessionsCHASSERIAU,B delaPartie ALSto:RochambeauOffershimacaseofcigars.1p.fOeLAPOYPE, General deDivisionALSto:Rochambeau RecommendspromotiontotherankofCapitainedeVaisseauofCapitainede FregateHal1ard, whojustbecameCapitainedePortatPort-auPrince.2pp.4.1854.an11,21f1or.1803,11MayALSto:Rochambeau

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249CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1855-1861Le Mole 1855.an11,21flor.1803,11MayJacmel1856.an11,22f10r.1803,12MayPortRepublicain1857.an11,22f10r.1803,12MayPortRepublicain1858.an11,22flor.1803,12MayPortRepublicain1859.an11,22flor.1803,12MayJacmel1860.1803,13MayPortRoyal(Jamaica)RequestsapassportforhisbrotherwhoisleavingfortheStates;itwillbemoreconvenientifhecangoonsomemission:heisverycapableofaccomplishinganythingassignedtohim.2pp.4.PAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General deBrigadeALSto:RochambeauPredictsadelugeofrequestsforpassportsfromtheinhabitantsofJacmel:hehashadtorefusethembecauseheneedseveryavailablemantodefendthecity.2pp.4.FRESSINET, PHILIBERT. General de BrigadeALSto:RochambeauGivesanegativereportonthesituationinLeogane;statestheadvantagesanddisadvantagesofthisport.3pp.4.MAFFRAND,Capitainede lalreCompagnie de laGendarmerie ALSto:RochambeauRequeststhattheGeneralinvestigatecertainmaliciousreportsagainsthimandthentreathimwithjustice.ReportsonmilitaryactionsinGrandeAnse.2pp.fOe(damaged)NICOLAU,Agent general deEntreprisedes Vivresreunie L(copy)to:Dessine, Garde magasin a St. Marc. Statesthatifthegeneralandthecommissairerefusetoadjusttothedifficultcircumstancesofthe ordonnateur, whoknowswhathisobligationsare,thenDessinecanrefusetogivesaltfishtothetroops.1p.4.(enc.ofno.1871)PAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General de BrigadeALSto:RochambeauReportsthetransferoftheBeDemi-brigadeasorderedbyGeneral Boye. Acknowledgesthearrivalof116soldiersaboardtheshipLaTorche;alsothearrivalof100Polishsoldiersforthel14eDemi-brigade.3pp.fOeDUCKWORTH,SIRJOHNTHOMAS. Rear Admiral ALSto:Rochambeau AcknowledgesreceiptoftwolettersfromtheGeneral,inquiringabouttheshipLa Fraternite. Heregretsbeingunabletoanswer.ThankshimforthehumainwayinwhichtwoEnglishprisonershavebeentreated.2pp.4.(inEnglish)1861.an11,23f1or.FAURE,ditPETITON,Navigateur

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1862-1869CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2501862.1863. 1864.1865. 1866.1867.1868.1869.1803,13MayPortRepublicainan11,23flor.1803,13MayJacmelan11,23flor.1803,13MayJacmelan11,23f10r.1803,13MayFortDauphinan11,24flor.1803,14MayJacmelan11,25flor.1803,15MayLesCayesan11,25flor.1803,15May Jeremie an11,25flor.1803,15MayPortRepub1icainan11,25flor.1803,15MayKingston(Jamaica)LSto: le Citoyen Prefetcolonial [Daure]Havinghadnopartinthecrimecommittedbyhispartner-in-business,CitizenCampans, wassentencedtodeath,herequeststhathalfofthecargoonboardtheship La bereturnedtohim.Thecargowasconfiscatedbecauseofhispartner'sconduct.2pp.fOeEnc.:contractofpartnershipPAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General de BrigadeALSto:RochambeauHehasreceived pO\vder andammunitionandispreparedtofacetheenemy. 1p.fOeLSto:Rochambeau RecommendsCitizenDehen,LieutenantdeVaisseau,commanderofthe \varship La Torche, forhismeritandgoodservice.2pp.fOeQUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauClaimsthatthebestthingthatcanhappentohimistomanagetoserveGeneralRochambeauinspiteofalldifficulties.Heconsidershimselfamanofhonor.3pp.4.PASCAL,Chefde Bataillon LSto:RochambeauOnbehalfofthetroopshecommands,hethankstheGeneralforincludingtheminthearmyunderhiscommand. 1p.fOeBRUNET,JEANBAPTISTE. General deDivisionALSto:Rochambeau RecommendsCitizenDubuissonwhodeservestheGeneral'skindness.Ip.4.EYME,L D.ALSto:RochambeauReportsthatbecauseofthecircumstancesandlackoftroops,measureshavebeentakenwhichforcethepopulationtoleavetheirproperties.Confiscation of mules,livestockandlanddispleasestheinhabitants.Insistsonthenecessityoftakingnewmeasures.2pp.fOeFRESSINET, PHILIBERT. General deBrigadeLSto:RochambeauIssendingthe8geBrigadetoCroixdesBouquets.1p.4.PELLISSIERE, LALSto:Rochambeati Comments onthepossiblerupture bet\veen

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251CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1870-18771870.1871.1872.1873.1874.1875.1876.1877.an11,25f10r.1803,15MayKingston(Jamaica)an11,27f10r.1803,17MayPort-au-Princean11,27f10r.1803,17MayPort-au-Princean11,27flor.1803,17MayPort-au-Prince.an11,28flor.1803,18MayArtibonitean11,29f10r.1803,19MayPort-au-PrinceA bord du "DuguayTrouin"an11,29f1or.1803,19MayPort-au-Prince1803,19MayKingston(Jamaica)FranceandEnglandbecauseoftheAmienstreaty.HethinksEnglandhastheconquestofSt.Domingueinmind.Hopeswarwillnotbreakout.3pp.4.PELLISSIERE, LALSto:RochambeauSuggestsreorganizationoftheadministrationandastabilizationofcurrency.3pp.4.FRESSINET, PHILIBERT. General de Brigade ALSto:RochambeauEnclosesanoffensiveletterbyGeneralNico1au.FressinetrequeststheGeneral'sjustice.Theenclosedletterdiscussesdishonestdealingsinthefoodsupplydepartment.2pp.4.Enc.:letterfromNico1au:seeno. 1858.LANCHAMP, Payeurgeneral de l'Armee LSto:RochambeauSendshimanoteofsumsthatcouldbepaidwiththefundsreceived.Hecanarrangepayment.1p.4.Enc.:listoftheamountsrequestedMOULUT,ANTOINE.Chefde BrigadeALSto:RochambeauAnnouncesreturnofpetitionbyMme.Lartigue,accompaniedbyhisopinion.1p.4.Enc.:lackingPREVOSTMONFORT,JEANDEDIED.D(copy).DeclarationofdeparturebyPierreJeandeDieuPrevostMonfort,who beforethe secretaire de sous-prefecture andaskedpermissionforhiswifeanddaughtertoleaveforFrance,promisingtopayallhisdebtsandtaxesinthecolony.2pp.fa. (extrait duRegistre)FERRAND,L GeneralcorrunandantleDepartementdeCibaoLSto:Ludot, Grand Juge deSt.DomingueBitterlyprotestshisarrestanddemandstoknowthecausesofit.3 pp.fa.LANCHAMP, Payeurgeneral de l'Armee LSto:RochambeauAssurancethatactionhasbeentakenonalettersentbyRochambeauconcerningM.Thibaudeau.1p.4.LINDO,ALEXANDRE.ALSto:Rochambeau Hasreceiveddisagreab1enewsaboutthetwo

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1878-1884CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2521878.1879.1880.1881.1882.1883.1884.an11,29f10r.1803,19MayKingston(Jamaica)an11,29f10r.1803,19MayFortDauphinan11,30f10r.1803,20MayPort-au-Princean11,1prair.1803,21MayPort-au-Princean11,1prair.1803,21MayPort-au-Princean11,1prair.1803,21MayPort-au-Princean11,1prair.1803,21MayPort-au-PrincedraftssentbytheFrenchgovernment.Astheaffairrequiresalongexplanation,hereferstheGeneraltoCitizenPellissiere.Asksfortwoletters,onetobesenttotheFirstConsul,andanother,explainingtheprovenanceofthedrafts,tothePrincipal finnistre. 2pp.fOePELLISSIERE, LALSto:RochambeauSuggeststhattheGeneralkeepclosesurveillanceonCitizenDaure, Prefetcolonial deSt.Domingue.Discussesdangersofusing lettres de change ascurrency.3pp.4.QUANTIN General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauHehassentRochambeau'sordertoGeneralsFerrandandSaint-Simon,withinstructionstopublishitinEnglishandFrench.Hehasinhisgarrisononlysixtymenininfantryandartillery.ReportsunexpectedarrivaloftheshipAnglais.2pp.4.VOLANT, Payeur divisionnairedu Departement de l'Artibonite DS.Reportoftheamountdepositedintheaccountofthe Payeur del'ArtibonitebyCitizenLajonquiere.1p.fa.LUDOT,ANTOINE.Grand Juge deSt.DomingueLSto:RochambeauComplainsofsomeirregularitiesinappointmentsbytheGeneralofsomepoliceofficials.Arethecommissaires depolicejudicialorcivilagents?Thisisafundamentalquestion.4pp.fOeLSto:RochambeauReportsthecaptureoffourforeignshipswhichhaveinfringedontherulesoftrade-bysea:theSpanishSanta Rosalia, theAmericanLe Dauphin:J La IvtaPie andL'Union.2pp.fo.(namesoftheshipsaregiveninFrench)LSto:RochambeauRequestspaymentfortribunalemployees,andlistssumstobepaid.1p.fOeL8to:RochambeauRequeststhecancellationofthedecreesofventase,an10,andfrimaire,an11,whichpermittheconfiscationofpropertyeven

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253CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1885-18911885.1886.1887.1888.1889.1890.1891.an11,1prair.1803,21MayPort-au-Prince[an11,1prair.][1803,21May]LeCap an11,1prair.1803,21MayLe Cap an11,3prair.1803,23MayJacme1an11,3prair.1803,23MayJacme1an11,3prair.1803,23MayJacmelan11,5prair.1803,25May[n.p.]thoughpropertyisconsideredsacred.Theyalsopermittorture,deportationandimprisonmentasmethodsofsubduingtherebels.ThesemethodsarenotinagreementwiththeGeneral'sideals.4pp.fOeLUDOT,ANTOINE. Grand JugedeSt.DomingueLSto:RochambeauRequeststheGeneral'sattentiontothefactthatoldpeople,womenandchildrencomingfromFrancetoLe Cap onboardtheFannyhavebeenarrestedontheship.Hethinksthisisameasuretakenoutofresentment.Ip.fOePONDELVAULT,ALSto:Rochambeau Daure hasdeniedhimaleaveofabsencetogoandseetheGeneral.2pp.4.---'ALSto:RochambeauReportsthataccordingtothelettershereceivedfromFrance,thesituationwithEnglandistense.However, aletterfromasenatorgivesnoticethatpeaceisbeingmain-tained.3pp.4.PAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General de Brigade LSto:RochambeauForwardsa copyoftheletterhesenttoGeneralBrunetconcerningsupplyofwinterprovisions.2pp.4.(addressleaf)Ene.:statementonthefoodsituationintheJacmelwarehouse;reporttoGeneralBrunetLSto:Rochambeau RecommendsM.Andraud,Capitainede Dragons,forthepositionof inspecteur de culture. 2pp.fOe(addressleaf)ALSto:Rochambeau RecommendsCapitainede Gendarmerie Jousseaume,whowastheGeneral'sescortwhenhecametovisitJacmel.2pp.fOe(addressleaf)[N.S.]Lto:Rochambeau ShehaslostherfortuneinSt.DomingueandrequeststheGeneral'ssupportforherselfandforherson-in-law,whomshealsosuggestshemighttakeunderhiscommand. 4pp.4.

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1892-1901CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2541892.an11,5prair.1803,25MayPortRepub1icain1893.an11,5prair.1803,25MayJacme11894.an11,6prair.1803,26MayPort-au-Prince1895.an11,6prair.1803,26May[n.p.]1896.an11,6prair.1803,26MayPort-au-Prince1897.an 11, 7prair.1803,27MayPortRepub1icain1898.an11,7prair.1803,27MayPort-au-Prince1899.an11,7prair.1803,27MayPort-au-Prince1900.an11,8prair.1803,28MaySantoDomingo1901.an11,10prair. 1803, 30MayPort-au-PrinceLANCHAMP, Payeupgeneral de l'Armee LSto:RochambeauRequestsspecificclassificationforCitizenAllegreandregulationofhispayaccordingly.1p.4.PAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General de Brigade ALSto:RochambeauLetterofthankstotheGeneralforgrantinghisbrotherthepositionof de la Divisiondu Nord. 2pp.4.(addressleaf)FRESSINET, PHILIBERT. General deBrigadeALSto:Ludot, Grand JugedeSt.DomingueAsksforleaveofabsenceinordertogetmarried.1p.fa.Cenc.ofno.1896)L'ALLEMAND,Artiste veterinaire LSto:Rochambeau AnnouncesthathehasbeenappointedveterinarianandissettingoutforSt.Domingue.2pp.4.LUDOT,ANTOINE.Grand Juge deSt.DomingueALSto:RochambeauForwardsandrecommends apetitionbyGeneralFressinet,whowishestoresignfromhispost.1p.4.Enc.:seeno.1894.FRESSINET, PHILIBERT. General de Brigade LSto:RochambeauRequeststhatapassportforFrancebeissuedtoLouisMorel,acoloredman,propertyownerinSt.Marc.1p.4.THOUVENOT,Adjudant Chefde BrigadeDS.AppointmentasChefde Brigade ofChefd'EscadronRoos, aide-de-camp ofGeneralRo chambeau. 1p.fa.DS.PromotionofCapitaine Aide-de-camp BerdieretoChefd'Escadron.1p.fa.CHASSERIAU,B Payeur divisionnairede la PartieespagnoleALSto:RochambeauOffershim achestastokenoffriendship.1p.fOeMOULUT,ANTOINE.Chefde BrigadeLSto:Rochambeau AnswerstheGeneral'squestionsconcerningtherelationbetweenthecentigradeand Reau-

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255CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERSmurthermometers.1p.fOe1902-19111902.an11,11prair.1803,31MayFortDauphin1903.an11,prair.1803,May-JunePort-au-Prince1904.an11,prair.1803,JunePortRepub1icain1905.an11,12prair.1803,1JunePort-au-Prince1906.an11,13prair.1803,2JunePort-au-Prince1907.an11,13prair.1803,2JunePort-au-Prince1908.an11,13prair.1803,2JunePort-au-Prince1909.an11,13prair.1803,2JuneLesCayes1910.an11,13prair.1803,2JunePort-au-Prince1911.an11,13prair.1803,2JuneQUANTIN, General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauDiscussesthesituationandhowhefeelsthatFortDauphinisasunexpendab1etodayasitwasbefore.2pp.4.DAURE,HECTOR.Commissaire ordonnateur enchefDS.OrderofpaymenttotheCitizenBiay1ettheamountof500francs;toCitizenCaron,500francs;toBailly,400francs;andtoJorand,400francs,fortheirparticipationinthecampaign.1p.fOeEnc.:certificationsoftheservicesofeachofthesecitizens,andofsumsdueFRESSINET, PHILIBERT. General de Brigade L(copy)to:Thouvenot, General Adetailed report onthemilitarysituationandonhisoperationsagainsttherevolutionaries.4pp.fOe(damaged)ROCHAMBEAU,DONATIENMARIEJOSEPHDEVIMEURDE. General enchefAD.Briefoutlineofexpensesincurred.2pp.fOeLANCHAMP, Payeurgeneral de l'Armee DS. MemorandumontheamountspaidfromthereservefundsasauthorizedbyRochambeau. 2pp.fOeLSto:RochambeauReportsthatthebalanceoftheCaisseisextremelylow.Requestsappointmenttopresentapreciseaccount.2pp.4.LUDDT,ANTOINE.Grand Juge deSt.DomingueALSto:RochambeauRequestspaymentforservicesrenderedinthepast.1p.4.NAJACDEBUISSY,ALSto:RochambeauHehasforwardedaletterfromGeneralD'HarvilleandonefromM.deNajac,hisuncle,askingforapassporttoJamaica.1p.4.PANISSE, PIERRE. General deBrigadeLSto:RochambeauForwardsapassword.1p.4.ROCHAMBEAU,DONATIENMARIEJOSEPHDEVIMEUR DE.General enchef

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1912-1918CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2561912.1913.1914.1915.PortRepublicainan11,14prair.1803,3JunePort-au-Princean11,15prair.1803,4JuneLeCap an11,15prair.1803,4JunePortRepublicainan11,15prair.1803,4June[Le Mole] DS.DecreeestablishinganarchivesintheinterestsoftheRepublic, Hhere\\Till bedepositedalltitlesanddocumentsrelatedtothecolony.1p.fOeEnc.:draftLANCHAMP,Payeur general de l'Armee LSto:RochambeauExcusesforalettersenttotheGeneral.Acceptsappointmenttodiscussaccounts.1p.4.ARTAU,Chefde BrigadeLSto:RochambeauComplainsoflackof neHS. Requestsassistanceinobtainingpaymentfrom PrefetDaure fortwolettresdechangeandforsaleoflandatLaFosse.2pp.4.LANCHAMP,Payeur general del' Armee LSto:RochambeauRequestspaymentof8,463francstoM.Da1vimare,officerleavingforFranceontheshipLaTorche.Alsorequestsfullorpartialpaymentto WidoHNethenvood. 2pp.4.MOBILLARD,Garde magasin desSvhsis-tancesL(copy)to:leCommissairede Guerres Reportsthatonly tHenty-three casksofwheatareleft.Veryserioussituation.1p.fo.(signedbyChachoinforNobillard;enc.ofno.1919)Needs2pp.1916.an11,15prair.1803,4June Jeremie SARRAZIN, General deDivisionLS(copy)to: General BrunetHehasbeenattackedatDeVivaun.inforcements,munitionsandguns.refOe1917.1918.1803,4June[n.p.][an11,16prair.][1803,5June]SantoDomingoSTUBBS,WADE.ALSto:L.BauryHeunderstandshecannothavepossessionofhisnegroes;doesnot knoH to \vhom hemustappeal.1p.4.(inEnglish;enc.ofno.1921)CLORY,PABLO.D(copy).StatementbythecaptainoftheNuestra Senora delCarmenaboutameetingthathesawbetweenashipofAmericanflagandoneofFrenchflag;howhesawthelatterreceivingarms,foodsuppliesandmunitionsfromtheAmericanship.Anegro \vho\\1as takenprisonerwhenhelandedconfessedthattherebelswerereceivinghelpfromtheAmericans.2pp.fOe(translationfromthe

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257CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERSSpanish;enc.ofno.1929)1919-19261919.an11,16prair.1803,5JuneLe Mole 1920.an11,16prair.1803,5JunePort-au-Prince1921.an11,17prair.1803,6JuneLe Cap Fran<;ais 1922.an11,17prair.1803,6JuneSantoDomingo1923.an11,17prair.1803,6JuneLe Mole 1924.an11,17prair.1803,6JunePort-au-Prince1925.an11,18prair.1803,7JunePortRepublicain1926.an11,18prair.1803,7JunePort-au-PrinceLAPOYPE, General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauForwardsaletterofthe gar de magasinwhichdemonstratesthecompletelackoffoodsupplies.Complainsaboutthissituationandrequeststhatmeasuresbetaken.2pp.fa.Enc.:seeno. 1915.PANISSE, PIERRE. General de Brigade" Commandantde laPlace LSto:RochambeauForwardspasswordandcountersign.1p.4.BAURY,LALSto:Mon General [Rochambeau]RequeststheGeneral'sassistanceinreclaimingforMr.StubbselevennegroesattherequestoftheTurksIslands.GeneralLapoypecannotdeliverthemwithoutRochambeau'sorders.1p.40.Enc.:letterfromM.Stubbs:seeno. 1917. See also no. 1973.CASAMAJOR,L_____Chefd'EscadronALSto:RochambeauComplainsofrefusalfromCommandantVa1donytoallowhimtoboardashipboundforPortau-PrinceinordertodeliverimportantnewssafelytotheGeneral.1p.4.LAPOYPE, General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauReportsthatChef de Bataillon Joannot,havingrecoveredfromhiswound,isreclaiminghispostasChefhere.HedoesnotbelieveJoannot'shealthcouldsustainthisarduousassignment..1p.4.MOULUT,ANTOINE.ChefdeBrigade du Genie LSto:RochambeauSendstheplansandofficialreportsconcerningplacementno.637.1p.fa.Ene.:lackingFRESSINET, PHILIBERT. General deBrigadeLSto:RochambeauDiscussesthemilitarysituationinthe de partementofPortRepublicain,andhiseffortsagainstthetroopsofDessalines.4pp.4.PANISSE, PIERRE. General de Brigade" Commandantde laPlace LSto:RoehambeauGivespasswordandcountersign.1p.4.

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1927-1935CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2581927.an11,19prair.1803,8JunePortRepub1icain1928.an11,19prair.1803,8JunePort-au-Prince1929.an11,19prair.1803,8JuneSantoDomingo1930.an11,21prair.1803,10JuneLesCayes1931.an11,21prair.1803,10JunePort-au-Prince1932.an11,21prair.1803,10JunePort-au-Prince1933.an11,21prair.1803,10JunePort-au-Prince1934.an11,22prair.1803,11JunePortRepub1icain1935.an11,22prair.1803,11JuneFRESSINET, PHILIBERT. General deBrigadeLSto:RochambeauRequestsasupplyofforage.1p.4.PANISSE, PIERRE. General de de laPlace LSto:RochambeauGivespasswordandcountersign.1p.4.VALDONY,Chefde Brigade LSto:RochambeauForwardsdeclarationbyCaptainPabloClorythatanAmericanwarshipisfurnishingarmsandsuppliestotherebels.Enclosesstatementonconditionoftroops.Requestsreinforcementof1200 menforthedefenseofthecity.2pp.fOeEne.:seeno. 1918.BRUNET,JEANBAPTISTE. General deDivisionLSto:Rochambeau L'Ordonnateur Colberthasarrived,bringingmoneyforhospitalsandimprovements,hebelieves.Thereisneedofpunishmentforcrimesoftreason.Diseaseisincreasinghere.2pp.fOeLUDOT,ANTOINE.Grand JugedeSt.DomingueL5to:RochambeauLetterofresignationandarequesttoreturntoFrance.1p.fOeL5to:RochambeauRequeststhejudgmentoftheGeneralinacontroversybetweenCitizenMinutyandhimself.Minuty \Vants togotoLe Cap \.,here heclaimshisdutiesarecallinghim;Ludot,however,maintainsthathecannotleavePortau-Princeatthismoment. 2pp.4.MOULUT,ANTOINE.ChefdeBrigade du Genie ALSto: RochaIDbeau ReportsthatinspiteoftheGeneral'sorder,the Payeur de laGuerre hasrefusedtopaytheCorpsduGenie.1p.fOeLANCHAMP, Payeurgeneral de l'Armee LSto: Rocharnbeau Ackno\vledges theremittanceofcustomsreceiptstoM.Lajonquiere.RequestsinformationontheattributionofM.Volant, Rece-veur del'Ouest.1p.fOe.L8to:Rochambeau

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259CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1936-19421936.1937. 1938.1939.1940.1941.1942.PortRepublicainan11,23prair.1803,12JuneLeCap an11,24prair.1803,13JunePortRepub1icainan11,24prair.1803,13JuneLe Mole an11,24prair.1803,13JunePort-au-Princean11,24prair.1803,13June[n.p.]an11,24prair.1803,13JunePort-au-Princean11,24prair.1803, 13JuneLe Cap Requestspermissionforthe Payeur division naire del'OuesttolodgeinLanchamp'shouseinPort-au-Prince.1p.4.DERAIME,Chefd'Administrationde laMarine etdesColoniesDS.Paymentof5,000francstoM.Debrieu,architectforworkdoneon ahouseforGeneralClausel.1p.4.FRESSINET, PHILIBERT. General deBrigadeLSto: General deBrigade Panisse Adviseshimtoholdthedecreesuntilneworderscome.1p.4.(addressleaf;enc.ofno.1941)LAPOYPE, General deDivisionLSto:RochambeauReportsthat,duetomountingfamine,hehasprofitedfromthepresenceofanAmericanvesselfromwhichheboughtsomewheatandfoodsupplies.3pp.4.L'ESPINASSE, le jeune.Commandantde laGarde nationaleL(copy)to: le Commandantde laPlacea Port-au-Prince.ReportsthattheCommandantdes DragonsclaimsthatthecompaniesofartilleryandcavalryaretobecommandedbyGeneralFressinetandGeneralRochambeauonly;ontheotherhand,theCapitainecommandant l'Artillerie claimsthatthesecompaniesareundertheordersofthe Directeurd'Artille rie.Needsclarification.1p.fOe(enc.ofno.1941)PANISSE,PIERRE. General de Brigade"Corrorzandant de laPlace LS(dupl.)to: General FressinetComplainsaboutlackofrespectshownbysubordinates.DescribesthesituationoftheDragoons.TheGardenationaleiscompletelydisorganized.2pp.fOe(enc.ofno.1941)LSto:RochambeauConflictofcommandbetweenPanisseandFressinet.TheformerasksRochambeautoreadthreeenclosedmessagesinhissupport.2pp.fOeEnc.:seenos. 1937" 1939" 1940.QUANTIN General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauHehasreceivedadispatchfromtheGeneral.Hewasastonishedtoknow how manydetractors

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1943-1950CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERSandenemieshehad.2pp.4.2601943.an11,24prair.1803,13JuneLe Cap 1944.an11,24prair.1803,13JuneLe Cap 1945.an11,24prair.1803,13JunePort-au-Prince1946.an11,25prair.1803,14JunePort-au-Prince1947.an11,27prair.1803,16JunePort Repub licain1948.an11,28prair.1803,17JuneJacmel1949. an 11,28prair.1803,17JuneJacmel1950.an11,28prair.1803,17JuneQUANTIN General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauIsgratefultotheGeneral,andneverhashehadintentionsofattackinghishonor;everythingistheresultofgossipbythosewhoextendtheirhandslikebirdsofpreyoverCibao.AsksforauthorizationtoreturntoFrance.2pp.4.ROCHAMBEAU,DONATIEN }U\RIE JOSEPHDE VI}ffiUR DE. General en chef DS.Decreefor new' appointments.1p.fo.VOLANT,Payeurdivisionnairedu Departementdel'ArtiboniteLSto:RochambeauAcknowledgesorderstosavethemoneyresultingfromcustomstaxesanddepositedinhisCaissebyM.Lajonquiere, Directevy des Douanes.Aportionofthesefundshadalreadybeen accordingtopreviousorders.1p.fo.PANISSE, PIERRE. General de Brigade.,Comrnad.ant de laPlace LSto: leGeneral enchef[RochambeauJRegretsimposingonhimthereadingofavoluminouspackageofwritings.HewouldliketobidhimgoodbYe1p.4.FRESSINET, PHILIBERT. General de Brigade ALSto:RochambeauBitterlycomplainsabouttheconductoftheGeneraltowardshimself,especiallyindeprivinghimofhispostas commadat. 2pp.40.LEROY,P Payeur de laGuerre 1S to:--Pageot,General deBrigadeReportsthatonly500gourdesistheamountsetasideforhisownexpenses.2pp.4.(enc.ofno.1949)PAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General de BrigadeALSto:RochambeauReportsonmoneyreceivedbyhistroopsandhimself,undoubtedlylessthan shouldhavebeenpaid.4pp.fOeEnc.:copyoflettertoGeneralBrunetconcerningmilitarysituationinJacmel;letterbythepaymaster:seenos. 1948., 1950.---'LS(dupl.)to: General deDivisionBrunet

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261CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1950a-1956Jacmel1950a.an11,2 1803,21June Jeremie ThankshimforleavingCaptainRubyinhisEtat-major.HehadanencounterwiththerebelsalongtheRiviere.Reportsdifferentskirmishes.Isgladthatashipfullofwheat,wineandmeathasarrivedatLesCayes.4pp.fa.SARRAZIN, General deDivisionD(copy).ReportonthemissionorderedbyGeneralBerger.HeleftforAbricotsandassoonashearrivedheorderedtheChefde Bataillon tomarchwithhiminpursuitoftheenemy.Hecontinuedonandnorthof Jeremie foundtheenemyintrenched;heattackedinthreecolumns,defeatingtherebels.4pp.4.(copycertifiedbyBrunet;enc.ofno.1954)1951.1952. 1953. 1954.1955.1956.an11,4 mesa1803,23JuneLe Cap an11,6 mesa1803,25JuneLe Cap an11,6 mesa1803,25JuneLeCap an11,7mesa1803,26June Jeremie an11,7mesa1803,26JuneLe Cap an11,7 mesa1803,26JuneLe Cap LANCHAMP, Payeurgeneral de l'Armee DS.Reportsthat411,600francsarestillinthereservefund.1p.4.BIZOUARD,JOSEPH. Payeurprincipal de laMarine LSto:RochambeauAnnouncesthattheofficialtermofserviceofLanchampendedandhisownbeganonthefirstdayofthismonth.AllformalitieswillcontinueasbeforeuntiltheneworganizationsentbytheFrenchgovernmentcanbesetup.2pp.fa.LUDOT,ANTOINE.Grand Juge deSt.DomingueLSto:RochambeauIsdisturbedbecauseoftheslanderouscommentsbeingmadeabouthisrelationshipwithMme.Chaussonandherflight.7pp.4.BERGER,LOUISMARIE.Chefde Commandantd'ArmesLSto:RochambeauForwardsreportmadetoGeneralSarrazinonmarchagainsttherebelsthe2mess.,an11.1p.4.Enc.:seeno.1950a.LANCHAMP, Payeurgeneral de la ColonieLSto:Rochambeau AnnouncesthathehasbeenrelievedofhisinterimdutiesasPayeur general andthepositionhasbeenfilledbyM.Bizouard.1p.fa.LSto:RochambeauRequestsordersconcerningthereservefunds.1p.fOe

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1957-1964CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2621957. 1958.1959.1960.1961.1962.1963. 1964.an11,8 mesa1803,27JuneLesCayesan11,8 mesa1803,27JuneLe Cap an11,9mes.1803,28JuneLesCayesan11,10mes.1803,29JuneLesCayesan11,10mes.1803,29JuneLeCap an11,10mesa1803,29JuneLesCayesan11,10 mesa1803,29JuneLe Cap an11,10mes.1803,29JuneLe Cap BRUNET,JEANBAPTISTE. General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauReportsthatthe place isabouttosuffercompletelackoffood;hehasexplained Hhy thepost notevacuated.The \.;rar\-lith Englandhasbeenannouncedtohim.2pp.fOeLANCHAMP, general delaColonieLSto:RochambeauRequeststhearrestofnegotiatorsoftheLindoCompanyinJamaica.AlsorequeststhatanorderbegiventoM.Pe11issieretocutoffallrelationsandsubmithisaccounts.1p.fOeBRUNET,JEANBAPTISTE. General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauReportsthedeathofChefde BrigadeAngros[?J.Heisrunningoutofallsupplies;therebelsarebecomingmorebold.Givesalltroopmovements.2pp.fOeALSto:RochambeauAddressesarequestfromD'Arbois, HhoHants toreturntoEuropebecauseofpersonalillness.1p.fOeEnc.:lackingMINUTY, Commissaire du GouveraementpresleTribunal d'AppeZLSto:RochambeauDefendshimselfagainstsomeaccusationsofLudotandothers.RequestsassistanceandthefriendshipoftheGeneral.3pp.4.MOUSUIER, Tresorier de la des CayesALSto:leDirecteurdes Domaines aux Cayes.Issendingareceiptforthesumof100gourdesthatM.GaudinandPellethavepaid;asksthedirectortomake astatementofdebtsdue.2pp.4.PAGEOTDESMONIERE,Payeur duDepartementdu Nord DS.Reportonthesumsdeterminedbythe Ordonnateur enchef \-lhich aretobepaidtocertainpersons,andtotheguardsofthe General enchef.1p.4.TROY,DAVID.CapitaineLSto:RochambeauPleadsforassistance.Enclosesrecordoftheamounthehadpaidforexpensesofhiscompany. 1p.4.

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263CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERSEne.1965-19721965.an11,11mes.1803,30JuneSt.Domingue1966.an11,mes.1803,June-July[n.p.]1967.an11,12mes.1803,1JulyLeCap 1968.an11,12mes.1803,1JulyLe Cap 1969.an11,12mes.1803,1JulySantoDomingo1970.an11,14mes.1803,3JulyLe Mole 1971.an11,14mes.1803,3JulyLe Cap 1972.an11,15mes.1803,4JulyLe Cap GAZAN,ALEXANDRE.D(copy).AshehascomefromSt.ThomashecanaffirmthatthenewsofthewarhasbeenpublicintheEnglishIslandssinceJune8.TwocaboteursfleeingfromSt.Luciasaw 500EnglishmenattackingtheIslands;theFrenchgarrisonwith300 menopposedwithstrongresistance,butwereforcedtosurrender.1p.fOe(enc.ofno.1969)LIENARD,DS.Reportofthecertificationofsumspaidtotheofficers,sous-officiers,andsoldiersofthe7 eDemi-brigaded'InfanteriedeLigne.1p.fOeDUMOULIN,BOISSIEZ,NotairesDS.ProxyinfavorofAugustinEdouardPouzinbyhisbrothers.2pp.fOeDS.TestimonythatAntoineMathieuPouzinandhiswifeVictoireF.Mauc1airareownersofapropertyatDondon.1p.fOeVALDONY,ChefdeBrigadeLSto:RochambeauForwardsdeclarationmadebyM.Gazan,merchantfromSt.Thomas. 1p.fOeEne.:seeno.1965.LAPOYPE, General deDivisionLSto:RochambeauReportsactsofhostilityoftheEnglish,andthegeneraldisastrousconditionofthetroops;thedifficultyofproviding care, medicineandfoodtothe800sickand400convalescents,andtothesoldierswhoserationshavealreadybeendiminished.Thegreatnumberofrefugeesworsenthesituation.Asksforhelp.4pp.fOeLUDOT,ANTOINE.Grand Juge deSt.DomingueLSto:[Rochambeau]Nowthatthewarbetweentwonavalpowershasbrokenout,hesuggestsanauthorizationof armaments en course. Hecouldpresentaplanwiththisinmind.2pp.fOeLUZY,Chefde Brigade" commandant Z'Armede Genie ALSto:RochambeauForwardsletterfromChefde BrigadeMoulut

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1973-1980CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERSwithobservationswhichheconsidersmosturgentandimportant.1p.4.Enc.:lacking2641973.1803,4JulyLe Cap 1974.an11,17 mes.1803,6JulyLe Cap 1975.an11,17mes.1803,6JulyLeCap 1976.an11,17mes.1803,6JulyLeCap 1977.an11,17 mes.1803,6JulyLe Cap 1978.an11,18mes.1803,7JulyLeCap 1979.an11,18mes.1803,7JulyLeCap 1980.an11,18mes.1803,7JulySTUBBS,WADE.ALSto:Rochambeau ThankstheGeneralforliftingtherequisi-tionfromhisproperties.2pp.fa.(inEnglish)See also nos. 1921.LEFEBURE,Negociant deParisALSto:RochambeauRequestsapassporttoreturntoFrancesincehefoundM.Jauvin,theobjectofhistrip,deadwhenhearrived.1p.fOeRICHELLE, general du Tresorpuhlic LSto:RochambeauReportsthearrivalofCitizenLanchamp'sbrotherfromHavana;heisbringingbacknegotiabledraftsvaluedat33millionfrancssincethenegotiationswereunsuccessful.Recommendstheimmediateannulationofthedrafts.2pp.4.ROCHAMBEAU,DONATIENMARIEJOSEPHDEVlMEURDE. General enchefD(copy).DecreeforthenewadministrativeorganizationofSt.Domingue,definingthedutiesofseveralofficersinthatadministration: prefet-,payeurgeneral. 3pp.fOe(withdraftofsamedecree)DS.Removesthecustomsdutyoncertainarticles:wheat,riceandbiscuits.2pp.fa.(revisionsinRochambeau's o\m hand)BIZOUARD,JOSEPH. Payeurprincipal de laJ;larine LSto:RochambeauForwardsa proces-verbal concerningatransferofmoney,withsomeexplanations.2pp.fa.Enc.:lackingROCHAMBEAU,DONATIENMARIEJOSEPHDEVlMEURDE. General enchefD(copy).Recordoftransferralofresponsibilityas Payeur principalde laMarine fromM.LanchamptoM.Bizouard.3pp.fOe[ROCHAMBEAU,DONATIENMARIEJOSEPHDEVlMEURDE]. General enchef

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265CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1981-19871981. 1982.1983.1984.1985.1986.1987.LeCap an11,20mes.1803,9JulyLeCap an11,20mes.1803,9JulyLe Cap an11,23mes.1803,12JulyLesCayesan11,24mes.1803,13JulySt.Dominguean11,24mes.1803,13JulySt.Dominguean11,28mes.1803,17JulyLe Mole an11,29mes.1803,18JulyLe Cap D(copy).DecreedeclaringtheislandofSt.Domingueinastateofseige,andsuspendingthefunctionsofthecivilianandjudicialadministrations.Englishvesselshaveopenedhostilitiesagainsttheisland.2pp.fa.(certifiedbyJ.M.Voisin)Enc.:draftofthedecreeMATHIEU,Chefde Brigade LSto:RochambeauForwardstherecordofsalaryduehimformessidor,thermidorandfructidor.Asksforassistanceinobtainingpayment.2pp.fOe[ROCHAMBEAU,DONATIENMARIEJOSEPHDEVlMEURDE].D.ReportonthepersonneloftheAdministration generale ofSt.Domingue.4pp.fOe(severalcorrectionsinRochambeau'shand)BRUNET,JEANBAPTISTE. General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauReportslackofmoney,munitions,food,schools;doesnotknowwhattodo.St.Louishasbeenevacuated.Hesent100barrelsofwheatto Jeremie toalleviatetheirsituation.3pp.4.VOISIN,JM.Inspecteur general DS.CertifiedcopyoftheexcerptoftheRegistresdu Bureau del'Inspectionde la ColoniedeSt.Domingue.Decreeconcerningtheadministrationofthehospitals.4pp.fo.DS.CertifiedcopyoftheexcerptsoftheRegistresdu Bureau del'InspectiondelaColonie deSt.Domingue,inwhichappeararticlesdealingwithmeansofstrengtheninglandandseaforces.4pp.fOeLAPOYPE, General deDivisionLSto:RochambeauAnnouncesthathewillbeunabletomaintainhispositioninLe Mole withouthelp;thefamineisincreasing;thepopulationhasbeenevacuatedbuttherearestill2,550inhabitantswithoutfood.TheEnglishareplanningtodefeatthembyhunger.HehasnotyetreceivedhelpfromtheGeneral.4pp.4.LUZY,Chefde commandant l'Armedu Genie ALSto:Rochambeau Theblockhousehehasorderedconstructedwillbefinishedthe5thermidor,ifthe

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1988-1995CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS266 an11,29mess.1803,18JulyLe Cap 1989.an11,29mess.1803,18JulySantoDomingo1990.an11,30mess.1803,19JulyLe Cap 1991.an11,30mess.1803,19JulyLeCap 1992.an11,30mess.1803,19JulyLe Cap 1993.an11,30mess.1803,19JulyLe Cap 1994.an11,1therm.1803,20JulyLe Cap 1995.1803,20July paymentdueof10,000francsisreceived.1p.4.LUZY,Chefde Commandant de l Arme de Genie LSto:RochambeauRequeststheGeneral'sassistanceforCitizenMontalieu,whoisindirefinancialstress.1p.4.VALDONY,Chefde Brigade LSto:Rochambeau Fonvards a proces-verbal ontheeventsofthe26,27messidor.Reportsthe sale ofgunsandcannon,decktodeckfromagovernmentvesseltoamerchantone.1p.fOeGAVOLA,Capitainedu Genie DS.Reportonthestagesofconstructionoftheblockhouses,oneattheMeridianpier,orderedbyGeneralClauzel,andtheotheratJamelot.2pp.fOe(enc.ofno.2001)LUZY,Chefde Brigade.,CommO:fldo:at de l Arme de Genie ALSto:Rochambeau HasreceivedaletterfromGeneralThouvenotaskinghimtogiveanaccountoftheprecisedateswhentheappareldepartmentandtheblockhouse \vill befinished. Hants to kno\v whatheshouldreply.2pp.4.MOULUT,ANTOINE.ChefdeBrigadeDS.ReportsontheconstructionworkbegunatLe Cap.Givesthenamesofthecontractors(Tardy,Derancy,Rouanez,Tiffon)andthestateofeachoftheirenterprises.3pp.fa.(enc.ofno.2001)DS.ReportsontheworkaccomplishedinthehospitalofLaTortue;investmentoffunds;timeemployed.5pp.fa.(enc.ofno.2001)BIZOUARD,JOSEPH.Payeur principal de "Lal':arine L8to:Rochambeau Theplansenttohimoftheorganizationofthe Bureau du Payeurgeneral revealsatotallackofknowledgeofitsfunctions.Heissendingtothe Prefet a new plan.2pp.fOeEnc.:lackingBRUN,CHARLES.ALSto:RochambeauSuggeststhenominationofaFrenchcommercialagentin Offersallhisloyal-

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267CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS1996-2003Inspecteur general de la 1996.an11,1therm.1803,20JulyLe Mole 1997.an11,1therm.1803,20JulyLe Cap 1998.an11,1therm.1803,20JulyLe Cap 1999.an11,1therm.1803,20JulyLe Cap 2000.an11,2therm.1803,21JulySt.Thomas[Islands]2001.an11,2therm.1803,21JulyLe Cap 2002.an11,2therm.1803,21JulyLe Cap 2003.an11,3therm.1803,22JulyLeCap tyandservicestothecauseofFrance.4pp.4.D'HENIN,Chefdel'Etat major DS.ReportontheconditionsofthebatteriesatthePlacedu Mole. 41 x32cm.(enc.ofno.2023)MINUTY,CommissaireduGouvernement presle Tribunald'Appeldu Departement du Nord LSto:RochambeauRequestsrecommendationforhiswifeandfamilyfortheSpanishgovernorofCuba;rumorsofwarobligehimtosendthemtoasaferp1ace.2pp.fa.THOUVENOT, General enchefde l'Etatmajo:p de l'A:pmee DS.GivespermissiontoCitizenGarniertoleaveforFranceviatheUnitedStates.3pp.fOeVOISIN, JM.Coloni-e--DS.ReportonthesituationoftheinfantrytroopsinSt.Domingue.Broadside.DUCOMET, Chefde AgentduGouvernement frangaisQ St.ThomasALSto:RochambeauOffershisservicesandhisrespects.1p.4.LUZY,Chefde Brigade.,corrunandantl'Arme de Genie LSto:RochambeauSends(a)reportmadebyMoulutonmilitaryconstructionatLe Cap;theamountof114,000francsisneeded;(b)reporton newconstructionandrepairsattheHapita1des Peres atLe Cap,alsobyMou1ut;(c)reportonapparelstorehouses.3pp.fOeEnc.:seenos. 1993., 1994.NOTARD,, aine. DS. Memoir ontheproposedestablishmentoftheChambre d'Agriculture inSt.Domingue,accordingtothedecreeof23ventase,an11bytheFirstConsul,addressedtotheCapitaine general des Islesfranqaises de l'Amerique. 9pp.fOeRUBY,J B.Capitainede Gendarmerie 3 e Legio:nLSto:Rochambeau

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2004-2011CALENDAROFROCH.AMBEAUPAPERS2682004.2005.2006. 2007.2008.2009.2010.2011.1803,23JulyOnboardtheBellerophonoffCapFran c;ais 1803,24JulyOnboardtheBellerophonoffCap Franc;ais an11,5therm.1803,24JulyLe Cap [Franc;ais] an11,6therm.1803,25JulyLe Mole an11,7therm.1803,26JulyA bord de lafre gate"La Sur veillance"an11,7therm.1803,26JulyPortRepublicainan11,8therm.1803,27JulyLe Mole an11,10therm.1803,29JulyLe Mole Requestspaymentofhisoverduesalaryandreimbursementofmoneyinvestedinhorses,whichheconsidersaloss.1p.fOeEne.:proofsoftheselossesLORING,SIRJOHN HENTHORTH. ALSto:RochambeauThankshimforthegiftof \\Tine. AnnouncesthatCaptainBlighhasjoinedhim;thispersonheardrumorsaboutthedeclarationofwarbetweenFranceandEngland.The \\Triter isawaitingSirJ.Th.Duckworthtotakecommandofthesquadron.1p.4.(inEnglish)ALSto:RochambeauThankshimforthegiftsoffruitsandvegetablesreceived.Heisreciprocating \.lith someMadeirawine.1p.4.(inEnglish)LUDOT,ANTOINE. Grand Juge deSt.DomingueLSto:[Rochambeau]ComplainsofthesituationintheColoniesandrequestspermissionforreturningtoFrancesincehishealthispoor.1p.fa.LAPOYPE, General deDivisionLSto:RochambeauIsdiscontentwiththeconductofDevaux;givesthereasonsandasksRochambeautorecallthispersontohisheadquarters.PraisesGeneralDubarquier.2pp.fa.BARRE,HENRI.CapitainedeVaisseauLSto:Rochambeau AskshimtoseeM.Durove,who \\Tants topainthisportrait.1p.fOeMILET,ChefdeBataillonALSto:RochambeauRequeststobepermittedtoreturntoFrance;hehasbeenwoundedincombatunderD'Arbois.2pp.fa.LAPOYPE, General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauRequeststheappointmentof H. DepuyasCapitainedePort,replacing H. Pentif \]ho isextremelyill.3pp.fOeBERTAULT,OLYN,BAUFEUFETDESMOND.Officiersde Sante enchefdes au Mole L(copy)to:Lapoype, General deDivisionItisimpossibletoreceivemoresickpersons

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269CALENDAROF ROCHAM:BEAU PAPERS2012-20182012. 2013.2014.2015.2016.2017.2018.an11,11therm.1803,30JulyLe Mole an11,11therm.1803,30JulyLe Cap an11,12therm.1803,31JulyLe Cap an11,therm.1803,July-Aug.Le Cap an11,therm.1803,July-Aug.Le Mole an11,13therm.1803,1 Aug.Port-au-Prince1803,2 Aug.OnboardTheElephantinthehospitals:theylackmedicine,freshmeat,vinegar,andwine.2pp.fOe(enc.ofno.2012)LAPOYPE, General deDivisionLSto:Rochambeau Announcesthattwovesselshavearrivedwithsickmen.Complainsthattheyabsolutelycannotsustainsuchanincreaseinthenumberofinvalids,becauseboththelocalinhabitantsandsoldiersaresufferingfromdisease,panicandfamine,andhedoesnotseehowtheycanhelpmoreconvalescents.3pp.4.Enc.:letterofprotestfromhospitalofficers:seeno.2011.LUZY,Chefde commandant l Arme de Genie ALSto:RochambeauCarpentersworkingontheblockhouseintendedforFortDauphinandthewoodsupplierswanttobepaid.1p.4.LUDOT,ANTOINE.Grand JugedeSt.DomingueLSto:RochambeauRequestsaspecialorderthatwillpermithimtoembarkonleaveforFrance.2pp.fa.BIZOUARD,JOSEPH. principal delaMarineDS.Dailyreceiptsandexpendituresduringthemonthofthermidor.13pp.fOe[D'HENIN],Chefdel'Etat major D.AsurveyofthepoliticalandhistoricalsituationintheColonyofSt.Domingue,entitled Memoire historiqueetpolitique sur laSituationactuelle a St.Domingue:theeffectsoftherevolution,factsonpopulation,supportobtainedfromthenegroes,enemynations,historyoftheislandafterthearrivalofLeclerc,meansofrecoveringtheisland.103pp.4.LANCHAMP, Payeurgeneral del' Armee LSto:RochambeauRequeststhereleasefromprisonofM.Pignatel1e,Commissaire des Guerres, sothathemayjustifytheuseoffundsentrustedtohimbyGeneralBrunet.1p.4.DUNDAS,GEORGE.CaptainLSto:RochambeauThankshimforthegiftoffruitsandwine.1p.4.(inEnglish)

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2019-2025CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2702019.2020. 2021. 2022.2023.2024.2025.an11,15therm.1803,3 Aug. LeCap an11,16therm.1803,4 Aug. Le Cap an11,16therm.1803,4 Aug. Le Mole an11,17therm.1803,5 Aug. Le Mole an11,17therm.1803,5 Aug. Le Mole an11,18therm.1803,6 Aug. Le Mole 1803,7 Aug.OnboardtheBellerophonoffCapFr an<;ais VIVES,ChefdeBataillonLSto:Rocharnbeau RenewsrequestofGeneralKerversaufortroopsandprovisions.2pp.4.LANCHAMP, Payeurgeneral de l'Armee LSto:RochambeauReportsthecaptureofL'OiseaubytheBritish.ThisfacthaspromptedhimtorequestfromtheGeneralapassthroughEnglishnavalforcesinordertoplaceinsafetytheaccountingrecords.3pp.fOeSeealsonos. 2170-2172.PRUNIER,JOSEPH.Capitainede la falouche Douceuse"D(copy).Onthe14thermidorhewasanchoringat Jeremie. Halfofthepopulationhasalreadyembarked ondifferentboats.Therebelswereonthepointoftakingthecity.1p.fOe(enc.ofno.2028) JULLIEN,LAZARD.Patron ducanot"La Fortv.ne" D(copy).Reportsthathearrivedin Jeremie the7thermidorandthecitywaspeaceful.Onthe16thhe undenvent apersonalsearchwhileonhiswaytoCorailtodeliverapackage.Whenhewashalfwaytohisboathewasharassedbyrebelsandthencompelledtoreturnto Jeremie. Onthe14ththetroopsbegantoboardshipandthecitywasevacuated.Hemadehiswayhere.2pp.fOe(enc.ofno.2028)LAPOYPE, General deDivisionLSto:RochambeauPresentsthecriticalsituationinLeMole.ComplainsaboutBritishcollaborationwiththenatives;Britishblockadeandenemyinterceptionofletters.3pp.fOeEnc.:seeno. 1996.LSto:RochambeauComplainsthatsomanymencapableofbearing aredesertingtheisland.3pp.fOeEnc.:copyofdecreeprohibitingthisemigrationLORING,SIRJOHN WENTIvORTH. ALSto:RochambeauHewillnotallowanymovementofvesselswithouttheconsentofAdmiralDuckworth.1p.4.(inEnglish;addressleaf)

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271CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2025a-20312025a.an11,20therm.1803,8 Aug.St.Yago (Cuba)2025b.an11,20therm.1803,8 Aug.St.Yago (Cuba)2026.an11,22therm.1803,10 Aug. Le Mole 2027.an11,22therm.1803,10 Aug. Le Mole 2028.an11,22therm.1803,10 Aug. Le Mole 2029.an11,22therm.1803,10 Aug. Le MOle 2030.an11,22therm.1803,10 Aug. Le Mole 2031.an11,23therm.1803,11August[n.p.]BENARD,Commissaire des Guerres etde la MarineALSto:RochambeauHeandColonelMontfalconhadtoestablishasubscriptionamongthepeopleinordertobeabletocareforallthesickandinjuredpersonswhoarecomingtotheisland.2pp.4.(enc.ofno.2084)ALSto: l'Ordonnateur PerroudIsforwardingaduplicateoftheletterwhichhehassenttoRochambeau.ReportstheamountofmoneycollectedbysubscriptionandbegsPerroudtopaytheorderformoneywhichheisgoingtoissue.Ip.4.(enc.ofno.2084)LAPOYPE, General deDivisionLSto:RochambeauAcceptstheproposalthathegotoFranceasspecialambassadortoexplainthecriticalsituationoftheislandtotheFirstConsul.Hewouldliketoknowalldetailsofthemission.2pp.fa.LSto:RochambeauExcusesCommandantDubarquierforbeingunabletogotoLe Capsincethereareno meansoftransport.Highlyrecommendsandpraiseshim.2pp.4.LSto:RochambeauForwardstworeportsconcerningcurrenteventsin Jeremie. 1p.fa.Enc.:letterswrittenbyM.Prunier,andHazardJulien:seenos. 2022.LSto:Rochambeau RecommendstheChefdeBrigadeDaubroski.Ip.4.LSto:RochambeauReferstothearrivalofthevicarofLe Mole, FatherKelloffer.1p.fOeSARRAZIN, GenePaZ deDivisionL(copy)to:RochambeauSt.Marcisinadisastroussituation.Heisexpectingsomebarrelsofwheat.Meanwhileheawaitsorders.1p.fa. ofno.2036)

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2032-2038CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2722032.2033.2034.2035.an11,25therm.1803,13Aug. Le Mole an11,25therm.1803,13Aug. Le Mole an11,26therm.1803,14 Aug. Le Cap an11,26therm. 14 Aug. Le Cap LAPOYPE, General deDivisionALSto:Rochambeau ApetitiontosupporttherequestforreturningtoFrancemadebyDr.Bertanee,offi cier de sante. 1p.4.ALSto:Rochambeau AnnouncesthearrivalinportofLaNative;however,duetostrongwindsnobodyhasbeenabletoreachher.1p.4.LUZY,Chefde commandant l Arme de Genie ALSto:RochambeauReiterateshisrequestforthepromotionofCaptainsParisandTholozetotherankof chef debataillon.2pp.4.ROCHAMBEAU,DONATIENMARIEJOSEPHDEVIMEURDE. General en chef DS.OfficialappointmentofM.MinutyasGrand JugeofSt.Domingue(replacingM.Ludot)andofM.Duboisasassistantatthesamecourt.2pp.fOe2035a.an11,26therm.1803,14Aug. LeCap DS.DecreeforregulatingactionsofthechiefofpoliceduringstateofsiegeinSt.Domingue. 2pp.fOe2036.2037. 2038.an11,27therm.1803,15 Aug. Le Mole an11,29therm.1803,17 Aug. LeCap an11,29therm.1803,17 Aug.Port-au-PrinceLAPOYPE, General deDivisionLSto:Rochambeau ThesituationinSt.Marcisbad;hewishesfortroopsevacuatedfromothercitiestobesenttoLeMole.TheyhaveashipinSt.Yago(Cuba):theywillsendinanordertoobtainfoodsupplies. FOTIvards aletterofSarrazin.3pp.4.Enc.:seeno.2031.DEGRASSE,AUGUSTE.Chef d'Escadron ALSto:RochambeauSendsaccountsfortheperiod1prairialto30messidor.1p.4.Enc.:lackingLANCHAMP,Ex-payeur general de l'Armee LSto:RochambeauRequestspermissiontovisittheEnglishadmiralpersonallytoobtainapermitforsafetravel,thusprotectinghisaccountsfromlossorconfiscationbytheBritishnavy.3pp.4.See also nos. 2170-72.

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273CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2039-20462039.an11,29therm.1803,17 Aug. Le Mole 2040.an11,1fruct.1803,19 Aug.Port-au-Prince2041.an11,1fruct.1803,19 Aug. Le Cap 2042.an11,1fruct.1803,19 Aug. LeCap 2043.an11,1fruct.1803,19 Aug. Le Cap 2044.an11,fruct.1803,19 Aug. Le Cap 2045.an 11, 2fruct.1803,20Aug.Port-au-Prince2046.an11,2fruct.1803,20 Aug. Le Cap LAPOYPE, General deDivisionLSto:RochambeauExplainsthepastdifficultyofsendingmessagesduetotheinterferenceofEnglishvesselsandthewinds.AssureshimofhiscontinuedcollaborationinhelpingthetownofLe Mole. 2pp.4.ROCHAMBEAU,DONATIENMARIEJOSEPHDEVIMEURDE. General enchefDS.CertificateofthemilitaryrecordofArnandDevansay, Corporal de la 2e Compagnie duBataillonde la 5e Demi-brigaded'Infan terielegere. 1p.fa.DS.OfficialappointmentofCitizenFaurcesyas Curateur auxSuccessionsvacantesatLesCayes.1p.fa.DS.OfficialappointmentofHenri Cochetas DefenseurparinterimpreslesTribunaux duCapduringtheabsenceofBesson,vacationinginFrance.1p.fOeDS.OfficialappointmentofM.Aufrayas notaireparinterim inLe CapduringtheabsenceofM.Bougeois.1p.fOeDS.OfficialappointmentofM.Bacheras greffierpresleTribunal de premiere Ins tance atPort-au-Prince.1p.fa.BERGER,LOUISMARIE.Chefde Brigade,3 Commandant d'ArmesDS.ReportsenttoRochambeauontheconductofFressinetuponhisarrivalat Jeremie, wherehetookcommandofthecityinspiteoftheoppositionofitscommander,Montfa1con.AlsoaccusesFressinetofdealingwiththenegroesFerouxandDessa1ines,andofcausingthelossofPetiteRivieretotherebelstogetherwithgreatlossofmenandarms.3pp.fOe(enc.ofno.2067)MOULUT,ANTOINE.Chefde Brigade LSto:RochambeauRequeststemporarypaymenttoM.FarauduntilitisdefinitelydecidedwhetherornotthecertificatesheholdsforthereconstructionofChristophe'shouseareauthentic.3pp.4.

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2047-2053CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2742047.an11,4fruct.1803,22 Aug.Port-au-Prince2048.an11,6fruct.1803,24 Aug. Le Cap 2049.an11,7fruct.1803,25Aug.SantoDomingoLAJONQUIERE,CHARLES.ALSto:RochambeauDescribesthemoreandmorecriticalsituationinthecolonies.Thankshimforthepassport.6pp.fOeREYNUARD, President duConseildesNotablesL5to: 5abes Giveshimleavetoresignfromthearmy.2pp.fa.VALDONY,ChefdeBrigadeL5to:RochambeauTellsofthearrestofChausseriau.1p.fOeSeealsono.2304.2050.2051.2052. 2053.an11,11fruct.1803,29 Aug. Le Cap an11,12fruct. 30 Aug. Le Cap an11,12fruct.1803,30 Aug. Le Cap an11,12fruct.1803,30 Aug. Le Cap MINUTY, Grand Juge deSt.Domingue parinterim L(copy)to:Delagarde,Substitutdu Commis saire presZeTribvnal de premiere InstanceRelatestheeventsofthetrialofChefd'EscadronL'Allemand.3pp.4.Seealsonos. 2199.LANCHAMP,Ex-Payeur general de l'Armee LSto:Magnytot, Prefet colonial FOTIvards acopyofthelettersenttoGeneralRochambeauaskinghimtoaccepthisrequestforsavinghisbook-keepingrecords.1p.4.(marginalnotesby Hagnytot) Ene.:seeno.2052. See also nos. 2170-72.---'L(copy)to:RochambeauRequeststhatinordertosavehisaccountingbooksinspiteofthecriticalsituation,theGeneralmightorderGeneralDeNoaillestohavetwoshipsanchoredinPort-au-Prince,withtwenty-fivemen onboardfordefense,whichwilltakehimtoCuba(Baracoa)andfromtheretoLe Mole. BegstheGeneraltobereceptivetothisrequest.2pp.4.(enc.ofno.2051)MINUTY, Grand Juge deSt.Domingue interim LSto:RochambeauAcknowledgesordersreceivedfromtheGeneralregardingL'Allemand;hehasfollowedinstructionsverycloselyinordertopreventrecurrenceofthecrimebypunishingthecriminal,ifproofsarefoundthatheissuch.2pp.

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275CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2054-20602054.2055.2056. 2057. 2058.2059.2060.an11,13fruct.1803,31 Aug. Le Cap an11,13fruct.1803,31 Aug. Le Cap an11,fruct.1803,Aug.-Sept.Le Cap an11,fruct.1803,Aug.-Sept.PetiteAnsean11,14fruct.1803,1Sept.Le Cap an11,19fruct.1803,6Sept.Sicardan11,19fruct.1803,6Sept.SicardfOeSee also nos. 2199.MINUTY, Grand Juge deSt.Domingue parinterim LSto: Rocharnheau ForwardsaletterinwhichhesendstheGeneral's'orderstothe Tribunal de ppemiere Instance.Insiststhathisofficeonlypermitshimtodirectthetribunals,buthecannotinfluencetheverdict.1p.fOeEnc.:seeno.2055., to:Delagarde,Substitutdu Commissaire presleTribunal de premiere InstanceTheprocedureforthejudgmentofCitizenL'Allemandwillbedirectedbythe Tribunal de premiere Instance,asorderedbytheGeneral,toavoidanykindofinjustice.2pp.fOe(enc.ofno.2054)See also nos. 2199.BIZOUARD,JOSEPH. Payeurprincipal de laMarine DS.Twenty-sevendailyfinancialreports.duringthemonthoffructidor.28pp.fOeCHAVEAU,PCommissaire general du GouDS.FifteendailyreportsonthesuppliesinthegovernmentwarehousesatPetiteAnse;otherfinancialmatters.14pp.25.5x 20cm.MINUTY, Grand Juge deSt.Domingue parinterim LSto:RochambeauRelatessomedetailsaboutthetrialofCitizenL'A1lemand.2pp.fOeSee also nos. 2199.BODY,JACQUES.ChefdeBrigadeL(copy)to: les habitantsde laville deFortDauphin.Anultimatumtothecity;iftheyopenthegateshewillrespectthepopulationandproperties.Ifnothewillattackbyseaandlandand passetoutau fil de l'epee." 2pp.fa.(certifiedbyCorvinus;enc.ofno.2073)---'L(copy)to: le Commandantde laPlace Cor-vinus.AnnouncesthatCommandantDumontis

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2061-2065CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2762061.an11,19fruet.1803,6Sept.Sicard2062.an11,19fruet.1803,6Sept.Le Cap 2063.an11,20fruet.1803,7Sept.PortSt.Joseph,FortDauphin2064.an11,20fruet.1803,7Sept.Le Cap 2065.an11,20fruet.1803,7Sept.LeCap inhishands.AskshimtoevacuatehistroopsfromFortDauphin.IfvoluntarilydonetheEnglishwillletthempassbutifnothewillattackwith2,000men. 1p.fOe(enc.ofno.2073)BODY,JACQUES.ChefdeBrigadeL(eopy)to:Corvinus,Commandantde la Placedu Fort Dauphin.Summonsthecitytosurrender;hewillevacuatethetroopsandleavethepopulationto \oJhom hepromisesprotection.1p.fOeMINUTY, Grand Juge deSt.Domingue parinterim LSto:Rochambeau CommentsonL'A11emand'strial.Amongthewitnessestherearefourmilitarymen \oJho donotexplainthemselvesclearly.Criminalregulationsbeingfollowedobligeallpersonscalledforaswitnessestotestifyortoestablishthereasons \\Thy theydonot.3pp.4.See also nos. 2199.CORVINUS,Chefde comman-dant la Place Fort DauphinLSto:RochambeauReportsinvitationforameetingreceivedbyCommandantDumontfromJacquesBody,rebel General deBrigade.AtthismeetingBodyaskedDumonttosurrender,asthey(therebels)haveEnglishsupport.Dumontpromisedtosurrenderonthe16th.Theyestablishedconditionsbuttherebelsbrokethepact,tookDumontandsentCorvinusaletteraskingthatheevacuate.4pp.4.eenc.ofno.2073)LUZY,Chefde commanda:at l Arme de Genie ALS(dupl.)to:Rochambeau General deDivisionClauieland General deBrigadeThouvenotgaveexcellentreportsonCaptainsParisand.Tholoze.Also,theGeneralhimselfknowshowmuchthese DalO mendeservetobeappointedaschefsdebataillon.1p.fa.(enc.ofno.2065)ALSto:Rochambeau RecommendsCaptainsParisandTholozefortherankofChefdeBataillon.1p.4.Enc.:seeno.2064.

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277CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2066-2072an11,22fruct.1803,9Sept.Caracas(Venezuela)2066.2067.2068. 2069.2070. 2071.2072.an11,20fruct.1803,7Sept.Le Cap an11,21fruct.1803,8Sept.Port-au-Princean11,22fruct.1803,9Sept.Le Cap Fran<;ais an11,22fruct.1803,9Sept.Le Cap Fran<;ais an11,23fruct.1803,10Sept.Le Cap 1803,11Sept.OnboardthePheseusoffCap Fran<;ais MINUTY, Grand Juge deSt.Domingue parinterim LSto:RochambeauReferstotherefusalofsomemilitaryofficerstotestifyinL'Allemand'strial.Thisrefusalistotallyunprecedented,sothesolutionisintheGeneral'shands;evenifthecaseandtheaccusedaresenttoFrance,asRochambeauwishes,itshouldbescrupulouslybasedonLeclerc'sRegulations.3pp.fOeSee also nos. 205832062320743 2199.BERGER,LOUISMARIE.Chefde Brigade3 Commandantd' Armes LSto:RochambeauForwardsareportoncertaineventsthatoccurredin Jeremie. 1p.4.Ene.:seeno.2045.MINUTY, Grand Juge deSt.Domingue parinterim LSto:RochambeauAnnouncesthathehassealedthepapersofGeneralClauzelandhis aide-de-camp. 1p.fOe---'L(copy)to:Delagarde,Substitutdu CommissairepresleTribunal de premiere InstanceRequeststhetransferofthetribunal,andthatsealsbeplacedonallofficialpapers.1p.4.(copycertifiedbyMinutyhimself)PONS,FRANCOIS.Agentdu Gouvernementfrangais LSto:RochambeauHeandM.RooswillbereadytoleaveforSt.Domingueinfifteendays,carryingthemoneyraisedinCaracas.Suggeststhatitbeconveyedonawarshipformoresafety.2pp.fOeLUZY,Chefde Brigade3 commandant l'Armede Genie ALSto:Rochambeau RecommendstheAdjointsdu Genie de2eClasseGilletandLucottes;suggeststheybeappointedlieutenantsinrecognitionoftheirgoodservices.2pp.4.Enc.:recordsofserviceofGilletandLucottesBLIGH,JOHN.CaptainALSto:RochambeauAnnouncesthathehasrequestedthefreedomofofficerstakenbytherebels,andhas

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2073-2078CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2782073.2074.2075. 2076.2077.an11,24fruct.1803,11Sept.Le Cap an11,24fruct.1803,11Sept.Le Cap an 11, 26fruct.1803,13Sept.Le Cap 1803,13Sept.Abordde phant"an11,26fruct.1803,13Sept.Le Cap grantedprotectiontotheinhabitantsofFortDauphin.AffirmsthattheEnglishhavealwaystreatedprisonerswithrespect.SaysthatRochambeau torefusetheEnglishflagoftruceupononeoccasion,claimingthattheFrenchflagoftruce recentlyspurned;theGeneral misinformedonthislatterepisode,andhe(Bligh)resentstheslighttotheEnglish whowere actingingoodfaith.3pp.fa.Ene.:notethatheissendingsomeAmericannewspapersCORVINUS,Chefde BataiZlon"comm07ldant laPlace Fort DauphinLSto:RochambeauSendstheofficialreportoftheevacuationofFortDauphinandtheremovalofAdjudantcommandantDumont.Onthe21stat11:00theEnglishenteredtheportofFortDauphinafterhavingtakenFortLabouque.1p.fa.Ene.:seenos. 2060" 2063.MINUTY, Grand Juge deSt.Domingue parinterim LSto:RochambeauGeneralClauzelandhis aide-de-camp havebeencalledbeforetheTribunaltotestifyinthetrialofL'Allemand.2pp.fOeSee also nos. 2050" 2053" 2055" 2058" 2062" 2066" 2199.BIZOUARD,JOSEPH. Payeurprincipal de la!fa1?ine LSto:RochambeauM.Chasseriaux, Payeur divisionnaire,hasnotbroughthisbook-keepingmaterial,andhisaccountsmustbechecked.He informtheGeneralwhenthisisaccomplished.2pp.fOeDUNDAS,GEORGE.CaptainALSto:RochambeauOffershisservices.SaysthattheGeneral'schoiceofashipwithwhichtosendofficialpapersoutofPort-au-Princeisexcellent.1p.4.(inEnglish)LANCHAMP, Ex-Payeurgeneral del' Armee LSto:Rochambeau AskshimtoreviewtheorderforthearrestofCitizenChasseriauxbecauseithasbeendiscoveredthatspecialcircumstancesexplainthemistakesthatthislatterhadmade.3pp.4.2078.1803,13Sept.St.Yago (Cuba)MOREAUDELISLES,sionsvacantes Curateuraux Succes-

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279CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2079-2084an11,26fruct.1803,13Sept.Caracas(Venezuela)2079.2080. 2081.2082.2083.2084.an11,27fruct.1803,14Sept.Le Cap an11,27fruct.1803,14Sept.Le Cap an11,28fruct.1803,15Sept.Port-au-Princean11,28fruct.1803,15Sept.Le Cap an11,29fruct.1803,16Sept.ALSto: General [Rochambeau]EnroutetoLeCaphewaspursuedbypiratesandtookrefugeatSt.Yago,whereheisnowblockedbyanEnglishschooner,TheCrescent.Fearshewillbeunabletorejoinhispostintime;requestsaleaveofsixmonths.Reportsthatabout7,000Frenchmenhavefoundrefugehereandthatadministrationisneeded.2pp.4.ROOS,Chefd Aide-de-campALSto:RochambeauRelatesanoutsider'sopinionofSt.Domingue,thedifficultiesofseatravel,certainunfortunatecommercialactivitiesofFranceandtheunfavorablelivingconditionsinCaracas.4pp.fOeLANCHAMP,Ex-Payeur general de l'Armee LSto:Rochambeau ThemissionheaccomplishedonRochambeau'sorderswiththeEnglishcommodorehasbeenasuccess.ThanksRochambeauandaskshimforthearmedvesselthatwillfinishthedifficulttaskofsavingthebook-keepingrecords.1p.4.Seealsonos. 2170-72.PERROUD,HENRI. Ordonnateurliquidateurgeneral desDefensesde laGuerre LSto:Fontaine, Secretairegeneral de la Colonie.ClarifiesthattheaccountofCaptainCorroy, Directeur comptable des Hopi taux,isnotoverdue.Theexaminationandverificationofhisaccounthavebeenmadealready.2pp.4.BERGER,LOUISMARIE.Chefde BrigadeLSto:RochambeauReportsonevacuationofSt.Marc.Hehaslearnedaboutthearrivalof100barrelsofwheatfromPort-au-Princeintendedforthegarrison.Requestsorders.2pp.4.ROCHAMBEAU,DONATIENMARIEJOSEPHDEVIMEURDE. General enchefAD.DecreeissuedasaresultofthereportoftheGrand JugeandafteradiscussionwithhimontheestablishmentofacodeoflawstobeappliedinthetribunalsoftheDepartementsduNord,Sudanddel'Artibonite.20 pp.. fOePERROUD,HENRI. Ordonnateur enchefLSto: lePrefet del'IsledeSt.Domingue

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2085-2091CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS280 Le Cap 2085.an11,29fruct.1803,16Sept.Le Cap 2086.an11,30fruct.1803,17Sept.Le Cap 2087.an11,30fruct.1803,17Sept.Le Cap 2088.an11,30fruct.1803,17Sept.Le Cap 2089.an11,1-6jourscompl.1803,18-23Sept.[n.p.]2090.an11,2-6jourscompl.1803,19-23Sept.Le Cap Reportontheexpensesoftheevacuationof Jeremie andonthedifficultyofprovidingforthecareofevacueeswith250illpersonsinSt.Yago,Cuba.Thegovernment \vas obligedtoraisemoney(intheamountof693gourdes)bysubscription; hotv thismaybepaidback.3pp.fOeEne.:twolettersofBenard,Commissaire des Guerres; areceiptfromNontfalcon:seenos. 2025b.MONDESIR,FILDIE.MembreduConseildesNotablesALSto:RochambeauEncloseshiscertificateofgoodconductandloyaltytotheFrenchRepublic,releasedbytheConseildesNotablesdu Cap.1p.fOeEne.GAVOLA,Capitainede lre Classedu Genie ALSto:RochambeauHegiveshisdossier:haselevenyearsofserviceandhopestobepromotedtotherankofChefdeBataillon.1p.fa.(enc.ofno.2087)LUZY,Chefde commxadant l 'Armede Genie ALSto:Rochambeau RecommendsCaptainGavo1afortherankofChefdeBataillon.1p.4.Ene.:letterfromGaVola:seeno.2086.ROCHAMBEAU,DONATIENMARIEJOSEPHDEVINEURDE. General enchefDS.Decreerelatingchangesofdutiesinthetribunalsofseveral duetotheevacuationofFortDauphin.2pp.fa.VIGNIER, DS.Situationoftheprovisionsreceivedandusedinthewarehouseofthe Marine. 1p.23x34.5em.BIZOUARD,JOSEPH. Payeur principalde lal.farine DS.Dailyreceiptsandexpendituresforthe jourscomplementaires. 5pp.fa.2091.1803,20Sept.Abordde phant"DUNDAS,GEORGE.CaptainALSto:RochambeauRequeststhat,inthefuture,theGeneraluseasmallvesselwhenneeded,notabigoneliketheParlementaire.2pp.4.(inEnglish)

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281CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2092-21002092.2093. 2094.2095. 2096.2097. 2098. 2099.2100.an11,3ejourcampI.1803,20Sept.Le Cap an11,4 ejourcampI.1803,21Sept.SantoDomingoan11,4ejourcampI.1803,21Sept.SantoDomingoan11,sejourcampI.1803,22Sept.Le Cap an11,6 ejourcampI.1803,23Sept.Le Cap 1803,24Sept.LeCap an12,1vend.1803,24Sept.St.Dominguean12,1vend.1803,24Sept.Le Cap an12,2vend.1803,25Sept.LeCap LAPOYPE, General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauDiscussestroopmovements.1p.4.VALDONY,ChefdeBrigadeLSto:RochambeauReportsthatM.Lequoi-MongiraudwassentbyKerversautoLe Capbutthat,duetocertaincircumstances,wasforcedtofindanothervesseltotakehimtohisdestination.2pp.fa.LSto:RochambeauReportsthatabout650menhavearrivedinSantoDomingo,followingtheforcedevacuationofJacmel.1p.fa.BIZOUARD,JOSEPH. Payeur principalde laMarine LSto:RochambeauHehasreceiveda new sumforthemonthoffructidor,andtheonlypressingaffairnowis24,000gourdeswhichmustbesenttoGeneralBoyer,whohasreturnedtoFrance.1p.fa.LSto:RochambeauIssendinghimtwodraftsonbehalfofGeneralBoyerworth24,000gourdes.1 p. fOeEnc.:lackingDESSALME,D(copy).EstablishesthatMme.AnnePaquetmaykeeppossessionofherproperty.1p.fOe(Extraitdes piecesdeposees aux Ar chivesde la Directiondes Domaines)DIEUDONNE,CHRISTOPHE.Chefde Brigade LSto:RochambeauRequestspassportforFranceandletterofrecommendationthatwaspromisedbyRochambeaubeforethesiege.1p.fa.LAPOYPE, General deDivisionLSto:Rochambeau Comments onthemilitarysituationinseveraldistricts.1p.4.LUZY,Chefde Brigade"corronandantl'Arme de Genie ALSto:RochambeauRequestspaymentof6,204francsinsalariesduetheCorpsduGenie.1p.4.

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2101-2110CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2822101.an12,3vend.1803,26Sept.[n.p.]2102.an12,3vend.1803,26Sept.St.Domingue2103.an12,4vend.1803,27Sept.PetiteAnse2104.1803,28Sept.St.Yago (Cuba)DUFAY,Ex-DeputedeSt.DomingueALSto:Mon general [Rochambeau]Requestsassistance;submitstotheGeneralalistofsuggestionsofhowhemaybeaidedfinancially.4pp.4.MAGNYTOT, Prefetcolonial deSt.Do-mingueDS.AnotarialactbywhichCitizenToussygivesguarantytoLouisMai11eswhoistobuildanarmedship.2pp.fOeCHAUVEAU,PCommissaire general duGou-vernemen-t--DSto:Fi11assiere,Commissaire de Marine Reportoftheamountofcoffeegivenbackto proprietorsofPetiteAnse.Broadside.LAJONQUIERE;CHARLES.ALSto:Mon general [Rochambeau]GivesaccountofvoyagetoCubaandthemethodheusedindupingtheEnglishshipsthatstoppedhimenroute.RequestshelptobringafaithfulnegroservanttoCuba,whereheneedshimtocultivatehisnewplantation.4pp.4.2105.1803,29Sept.LORING,SIRJOHNWENTWORTH.OnboardhisMajes-ALSto:Roehambeauty'sship BelleIspleasedtohavebeenabletosavetheliferophonoffCapofa youngFrenchofficerasdesiredbythe General.ThankshimforthegiftofFrenchwine.2pp.4.(inEnglish)2106.an12,7vend.1803,20Sept.Le Mole 2107.an12,vend.1803,Sept.-Oct.Le Cap 2108.an12,vend.1803,Sept.-Oct.LeCap 2109.an12,vend.1803,Sept.-Oct.Le Cap 2110.an12,8vend.1803,1Oct.DRESSEN,JEAN.Lieutenantde lre ClasseLSto:RochambeauRequestsapromotion.Hehasbeenforgotten.2pp.fa.Ene.:recordofserviceBIZOUARD,JOSEPH. Payeurgeneral de laMarine DS.Receiptsandexpendituresforthemonthofvendemiaire.25pp.fOe---'D.DetailedreceiptofdepositspayableinFrance,withnamesofpersonsforwhomtheyaremade. 5pp.fOeNERAUD,GILBERT.Chefd'EscadronDS.ReportofamountsduetotheofficersandstaffemployeesatthegarrisonofLe Cap. 1p.fOeDUFAY,.Ex-DeputedeSt.DomingueALS -t-o-:--=-[Rochambeau]

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283CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2111-2117[n.p.]ThankstheGeneralforanunidentifiedfavor:"Vousm'avez sauve" jamaisje l'oublirai." 1p.4.2111.1803,2Oct.[LORING,SIRJOHNWENTWORTH].Onboard his Majes-Lto:Rochambeauty'sshipBelle-Thankshimforthehonorconferreduponhim. rophon ThefrigatewhichjoinedthesquadrongoingtoEnglandwastheBlanche;noothernews.1p.4.(inEnglish)2112. 2113. 2114.2115.2116.2117.an 12, 9vend.1803,2Oct.LeCap an 12, 10vend.1803,3Oct.St.Dominguean 12, 10vend. 1803, 3Oct.Le Cap an12,11vend.1803,4Oct.LeCap an 12, 11vend. 1803, 4Oct.LeCap an 12, 11vend.1803,4Oct.Le Cap LUZY,Chefde Brigade" commandant l 'Armede Genie ALSto:RochambeauForwardsordinanceforpaymentof9,000francsthatthe Prefet colonialassignedtohim.Requestspreciseindicationonmannerofpayment.1p.4.MAGNYTOT, Prefetcolonial deSt.DomingueDS. AnotarialactbywhichCitizenPotardgivesguarantytoLabariereforarmingaship.1p.fOeEnc.:noteonthequalifications of thecaptainandadescriptionoftheshipMINUTY,Grand Juge deSt.Domingue parinterim DS.Report,senttoRochambeau,onthepoormannerinwhichregulationofthegreffesishandled;alsoaboutthefinancialsituationofthejudicialadministrationinSt.Domingue.6pp.fOeDUFAY, Ex-Deputede St.DomingueLSto:Mon general [RochambeauJAgainthankstheGeneralforhishelp.Hewilltake1800francsinonemonthinsteadofthe300permonthofferedtohim.1p.4.RICHELLE, Inspecteurgeneral du Tresorpublic LSto:RochambeauRequestspermissionforhimselfandCitizenLanchamptoreturntoFranceandplaceinthehandsoftheMinistredu Tresorpublic thepreciousfinancialaccountsofthecolony,savingthemfromdestruction.2pp.fOeSeealsonos. 2020"2038"2051"2080" 2133" 2170" 2171-72.VANMEERBEKE,ALSto:RochambeauExpresseshisregretforwritingaletterto

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2118-2124CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2842118.2119.2120.2121.an12,12vend.1803,5Oct.Le Cap Franc;ais an12,16vend.1803,9Oct.Le Cap [Franc;ais] an12,17vend.1803,10Oct.Le Cap an12,17vend.1803,10Oct.Le Cap theMinistrede laMarine in 'vhich hehappenedtocriticizetheGeneral.Givesexplanationofit.3pp.4.D'ALBAN,ADS.AffidavitattestingtothefactthatM.Nanteui1was adJudantmajor ofPort-auPrinceatthetimeofthearrivalofFrenchtroops.GeneralBoudetthensenthimtotheSouthatthetimeoftheexpeditionoftheships, L'union ofCaptainConde,andLeDu quai-Tpouin ofCaptain Hi11iams. 1p.fOeLUZY,.Chefde Brigade, commo:ndant l ArmedeGenie ALSto:RochambeauRequestspaymentfor '-lork oftheCorpsdu Genie duringthemonthofprairial,amountingto737.48francs.1p.fOeDODGE,UNITE.CommercialagentoftheU.s.ALSto:RochambeauExpresseshisdisappointmentatthe ne\olS oftheimmediatedepartureofanAmericanschoonerfromLe Cap.ExplainsthereasonsforthearrivalofthisAmericancargoandexpresseshisfaithinRochambeau'sjustice.2pp.fOe(inEnglish)LANCHAMP, Ex-Payeurgeneral de l'Apmee LSto:RochambeauRequestforsixemployeestohelpinthebalancingofaccounts.1p.4.2122.1803,10Oct.LORING,SIRJOHN HENTHORTH. Onboardthe BelleALSto:RochambeaurophonAsksthatanEnglishprisoner,IsaakDobson,befreed.HehasbeennotifiedofthefallofLe Capintothehandsofnativerebels.2pp.fOe(inEnglish)2123.an12,20vend.1803,13Oct.Le Cap [Franc;ais] 2124.an12,20vend.1803,13Oct.Le Cap BIZOUARD,JOSEPH. Paye7A:Pprincipal de lal.Jarine LSto:RochambeauCaptainChalueof Rocharnbeau's guardshasdeposited15,637gourdesintheCaisseatParis.1p.fOeSIMONIM,GEORGES. Marchand de laville LSto:RochambeauRequestsapassportforhisfamilyandhimselfforgoingtotheSpanishislandofCuba.1p.fOeEne.:certificateofbaptism(inSpanish);certificateofhealth;certificateissuedbytheadministrationoftheSeBrigadeattestingtothe 'vounds sufferedby 1-1. Simonim;

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285CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2125-21312125.2126.2127.2128.2129.2130.2131.1803,14Oct.FromhisMajesty'sship Bellero phonoffCap Fran<;ais an12,21vend.1803,14Oct.SantoDomingoan12,22vend.1803,15Oct.Le Cap [Fran<;ais] an12,23vend.1803,16Oct.LeCap [Fran<;ais] an12,23vend.1803,16Oct.[n.p.]an12,24vend.1803,17Oct.LeCap [Fran<;ais] an12,24vend.1803,17Oct.certificateissuedbythehospitalinMilanattestingtohisstateofhealth.LORING,SIRJOHNWENTWORTH.ALSto:RochambeauComplainsthattheGeneralhassentoutashipunderFrenchcolorswiththeevidentpurposeofattractingattack;warnshimthatincaseofrepetitionhewillsendanysuchvesselsbacktoLe Cap.2pp.4.(inEnglish)VALDONY,ChefdeBrigadeLSto:RochambeauReportsthedeathofM.Lequoi-MongiraudinPuertoRico.ForwardsletterfromM.Roos,ex-aide-de-camp.AnnouncesarrivalofM.Tirol, prefet oftheEasternPartoftheisland.1p.fOeEne.:lackingLUZY,Chefde commandant l 'Armede Genie ALSto:RochambeauRequeststhatthecontractorsofmilitaryconstructionsbepaidforworkdoneintheyear11;thesumamountsto2,100.38francs.1p.4.Enc.:listofworkprojects,contractors,andsumsdueBLUMER,Capitainedu ler BataillonLSto:RochambeauWritesonbehalfofPolishtroopswhoarestrandedat Jeremie, abandonedbyGeneralFressinet.Requestsashiptoevacuatethesemen.2pp.fOeWANTRON,LSto:RochambeauHehasdepositedinthegovernmentwarehousefoodsuppliesworth22,608francs.Requeststhat4864.46francsowedhimbeconvertedintodraftsvalidforaFrenchbank.1p.fOeMAGNYTOT, Prefet colonialdeSt.Do-mingueLSto: Fran<;oisAndre RefusestoreturnAndre'sproperty,basingthisdecisiononthatofhispredecessorinoffice.2pp.4.(address"leaf;enc.ofno.2134)ROCHAMBEAU,DONATIENMARIEJOSEPHDEVIMEURDE. General enchef

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2132-2137CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS286 Le Cap 2132.an12,25vend.1803,18Oct.Port-au-Prince2133.an12,25vend.1803,18Oct.Port-au-Prince2134.an12,26vend.1803,19Oct.Le Cap 2135.an12,27vend.1803,20Oct.St.Domingue2136.an12,27vend.1803,20Oct.Le Cap 2137.an12,27vend.1803,20Oct.Le Cap DS.Decreepunishingofficers \vho havedesertedtheirposts.AppointmentofSezi1eMontarletasnotaryinLe Male, replacingM.Maillot,whohasdeserted.2pp.fOeEnc.:twoothercopiesunsignedLANCHAMP, general de LSto:RochambeauRequestsavacationofthreemonthsforreasonsofhealth.RecommendsM.BaillyBlanchardashisreplacement.Includedaredocumentsattestingtohispoorstateofhealth.2pp.4.Enc.L5to:RochambeauRequeststheGeneraltowriteanofficialletterstatingtheimpossibilityofobtainingapermitfromtheBritishforthepurposeofsendinghisaccountingrecordstosafety.1p.4.Seealsonos. 2170-72.ANDRE,FRANCOIS.Habitant proprietairedW1s le quartier de Jeremie L5to:RochambeauHehasreceivedanegativereplyfrom Prefet colonialMagnytottohisrequesttoregainhispropertyconfiscatedwhilehewaslivinginaneutralcountry.HeasksRochambeautohearhisplea.2pp.fOeEnc.:twonotarizedpaperswherethesamegroupofcitizenson t\VO differentdateshadtestifiedinfavorofAndre;letterfromMagnytottoAndre:seeno.2130.BARRE,HENRI.Capitainede VaisseauLSto:RochambeauProposesLieutenantCocherelasCapitainede Port. 1p.fOeLUZY,Chefde commandOYltl Arme de Genie ALSto:RochambeauHehasreceivedletterfromMoulutconcerningfundsfortheconstructionoffurnacestoprovidethe soupes economiquesatthe Hopi talLaProvidence.1p.4.Enc.:seeno.2137.Seealsono.2166.MOULUT,ANTOINE.Chefde Brigade du Genie ALSto:Luzy,ChefdeBataillonTheCommandant general isrequestingthe

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287CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2138-2145an12,27vend.1803,20Oct.Caracas(Venezuela)2138. 2139. 2140.2141.2142.2143.2144.an12,28vend.1803,21Oct.Le Cap an12,28vend.1803,21Oct.Le Cap an12,28vend.1803,21Oct.Le Cap an12,28vend.1803,21Oct.Le Cap an12,29vend.1803,22Oct.LeCap an12,30vend.1803,23Oct.LeCap constructionoffurnacesfortheprojectofthesoupes economiquesforthe21 eCouroftheHopita1LaProvidence.1p.fOe(enc.ofno.2136)ROOS,Chefd'EscadronLSto: General deBrigadeKerversauTellsaboutashiphehassentoffwithcargoforSt.Domingue;thinkshewillreturntotheisland;hasreceiveda new sumofmoneywhichwillbesenttoSt.Dominguebythesecurestmeanspossible.2pp.fOe(enc.ofno.2217)CHIRON,ALEXANDRE.LSto:Perroud, Ordonnateurgeneral RequestsapassporttoreturntoFranceviaNewEngland.1p.fOeLAURENT,MICHELGUSTAVE.ALSto:Perroud, Ordonnateurgeneral AskshimtoobtainfromRochambeau apassportsohemayreturntoFranceviaNewEngland.1p.fOePAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General de Brigade ALSto:RochambeauForwardsthe proces-verbal oftheevacuationofJacmel.TheGeneralwillsurelyrealizethenumberoftroops,Gardesnationales,womenandchildrenhehadtomobilize.2pp.fOeEne.: Proces-verbal LSto:Rochambeau TheevacuationofJacmel,anecessityhemostfeared,hasbeenunavoidableduetolackofsupplies.2pp.fOeRICHELLE,Inspecteur general du Tresorpublic LSto:RochambeauAffirmsthataccordingtothelimitsofhismissionhecannotsignthedraftsdeliveredbyBizouard.2pp.fOeLSto:Rochambeau TheGeneralsurelyrealizesthathecannottaketheresponsibilityofsigningthedrafts,havingtherebyperhapstoexplainhisconduct.RegretshedoesnotagreewiththeGeneral.2pp.fOe2145.an12,1brum.

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2146-2152CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2882146.2147. 2148. 2149.1803,24Oct.Le Cap an12,1brum.1803,24Oct.SantoDomingoan12,2brum.1803,25Oct.Le Cap 1803,25Oct.FromhisMajesty'sshipBellerophonoffCap 1803,26Oct.FromhisMajesty'sship Bellero phonoffCap LSto:RochambeauConsentstofollowtheGeneral'sorders,butstatesthatthe du Tresorpvhlic maydisapprove.1p.4.Enc.:exampleofgovernmentbillmodifiedbyRiche1leVALDONY,ChefdeBrigadeLSto:Rochambeau AnnouncesarrivalofM.Va11archonedaybeforetheship \vhich\Vas sentbyCitizenRoosfortransportingthedispatches.1p.fOeBIZOUARD,JOSEPH.Payeur principal de lalr1arine DS.ReceiptonbehalfoftheRepublicfor1,500gourdesfromD'Hote1,ThomasandCompany,towardsthe5,000thattheymustpaythetreasury.1p.4.LORING,SIRJOHN HENTHORTH. LSto:Rochambeau AnnouncesthatiftheGeneralpersistsinsendingvesselsfromLe CaptoSt.Marchewillnotcontinuetotolerateit,andwilltakeactionagainstthem.DeniesthattheEnglisharealliedwiththenatives.2pp.fOe(inEnglish)LSto:RochambeauHeisgratefulforthefreeingoftheEnglishofficerMr.Lochyer.Sincetwenty-sixFrenchseamenprisonershavebeentransferredtoMonteChristherequeststhatthesame numberofEnglishprisonersbefreedbytheFrenchauthorities.2pp.4.(inEnglish)2149a.an12,4brum.1803,27Oct.LeCap [Fran9ais] 2150.an12,4brum.1803,27Oct.LeCap 2151.an12,4brum.1803,27Oct.Le Cap 2152.an12,4brum.AUBIN,DS.ReportsoncertificationoftheamountspaidtotheofficersofthelIeDemi-brigadedel'Infanterie legere forthemonthofprairial,an11.1p.fOeBERTOT,DS.Reportontheamountoffundsassignedtothe3eBrigade,andhowitistobedividedamongitsmembers.1p.fOeBORTHON,LSto: GeneralBoye, Chefde l 'Etat major Forwardsrecordsontheamountofmoney owedtotheofficersandsoldiersoftheartillery.Ip.4.Enc.

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289CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2153-21612153. 2154.2155. 2156.2157.1803,27Oct.Le Cap an12,4brum.1803,27Oct.LeCap an12,4brum.1803,27Oct.Le Cap an12,4brum.1803,27Oct.Le Cap an12,4brum.1803,27Oct.LeCap an12,4brum.1803,27Oct.LeCap LSto: Boye,General IssendinghimthereportonthesumstobepaidtothedivisionoftheCenterandNorthoftheArti11erie.1p.fa.Ene.LABARTHE,Chefde BrigadeDS.Balanceofmoneyduetothedivisionofthe2 eBatai110nde1a110eDemi-brigadedeLigne.1p.fa.LUZY,Chefde commandant l Arme de Genie ALSto:Rochambeau AstatementonthesituationoftheofficersandemployeesinhisdivisionoftheGenie.1p.4.ALSto:RochambeauEnclosesthesumsduetotheofficersandemployeesoftheGenie.1p.4.Enc.:lackingMOULUT,ANTOINE.ChefdeBrigadeDS.Balanceofpaymentduetoguardsandemployeesfortheirsalaries.1p.fa.DS.BalanceofpaymentduetotheofficersoftheGenie.1p.fOe2158.an12,4brum.1803,27Oct.Le Cap DS.Listofofficerswhohavebeenreimbursedforamonth'sworthoffodder,asaccordingtoRochambeau'sorders.1p.fOe2159.2160.2161.an12,8brum.1803,31Oct.Le Cap an12,brum.1803,Oct.-Nov.LeCap an12,9brum.1803,1 Nov.LeCap LUZY,Chefde commandant l 'Armede Genie ALSto:RochambeauReiteratesrequestthattheofficersoftheCorpsde Genie bepaidtheirduesalaryforthemonthofprairia1.1p.4.BIZOUARD,JOSEPH. Payeurprincipal de la MarineDS.Dailyreceiptsandexpendituresforthemonthofbrumaire.(twentyfivedocumentsinfOesize)LANCHAMP, Ex-Payeurgeneral de l 'Armee LSto:RochambeauAnnouncesthatM. Doze hasofficiallytakenofficeas InterimReceveurgeneral duringhisownabsence,and uponapprovalfromthe Gene-ral enchef.1p.4.

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2162-2169CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2902162.2163. 2164.2165.2166.2167. 2168.2169.an12,9brum.1803,1 Nov. Le Cap an12,10brum.1803,2 Nov. Le Cap an12,10brum.1803,2 Nov.LeCap an12,10brum.1803,2 Nov.St.Dominguean12,11brum.1803,3 Nov. Le Cap an12,11brum.1803,3 Nov. Le Cap 1803,4 Nov. FromhisMajesty'sship Bellero phonoffCap an12,13brum.1803,5 Nov. Le Cap RICHELLE,Inspecteur general du Tresor publicLSto:RochambeauRequeststhattheGeneralprohibitthedepartureofM.Lanchamp. 2pp.fOeDODGE,UNITE.CommercialagentoftheUnitedStates(by procuration ofTobias Lear) LSto:RochambeauProteststheforcedparticipationofsomeAmericancitizens,livinginSt.Domingue,inaloanissuedbythenotablesofLe Cap.Thisloan,usedtohelpthearmy,isopposedtotheneutralpositionAmericansmusttake.RequestsalsoapassportfortheStates.2pp.40 x 26 em.(inEnglish)LANCHAMP,Ex-Payeur general de l'Armee LSto:RochambeauResponsetotheGeneralwithregardtotheletterwrittenbyRiche1le,protestinghisproposedleaveofabsence.9pp.fa.VERRIER,JOSEPH.Chefde des DomainesnationauxetBienssequestresDS.RequestonthepartofPouzinandHaucherthattheirpropertyatDondonbereleasedfromsequestration.2pp.fa.Ene.:propertycertificate;residencecertificatesignedbyVaivrezforForfait:seeno.64.LUZY,Chefde Brigade., commufldant l 'Arme de Genie ALSto:RochambeauRequestsanadditional3000francsfortheconstructionoffurnacesforthesoupes eco nomiquesintheHopitaldelaProvidence.1p.4.Seealsono.2136.ALSto:RochambeauSendstheservicerecordsofCaptainBertotandrecommendshimhighly.1p.fOeEne.LORING,SIRJOHNWENTWORTH.LSto:RochambeauRequeststhatanexchangeofEnglishandFrenchprisonersbeeffected.1p.4.(inEnglish)BIZOUARD,JOSEPH. Payeurprincipal de la/.larine D(copy).ReportoftheamountsdeliveredbyBizouard.1p.fOe

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291CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2170-21762170.2171.2172.2173.2174.2175. 2176.an12,13brum.1803,5Nov. Le Cap an12,14brum.1803,6 Nov. Le Cap an12,15brum.1803,7 Nov. LeCap an12,15brum.1803,7 Nov. Le Cap an12,15brum.1803,7 Nov. Le Cap an12,18brum.1803,10 Nov. Le Cap 1803,19 Nov.LANCHAMP,Ex-Payeur general de l'Armee LSto:RochambeauRequestspassportsforhisagents,whoarechargedwiththemissionofdeliveringacopyofthebook-keepingledgerstotheUnitedStatesforsafekeeping.2pp.4.Seealsonos. 2170-2172.LSto:Fontaine, Secretairegeneral de la Colonie.Requestsnecessarypassportsforthreemen whowillberesponsibleforcarryinghisledgersfirsttotheUnitedStates,thentoFrance.2pp.4.Seealsonos. 2170-2172.LSto:RochambeauForwardsapprovalsbyRiche1leandVoisinofhisplantosendtheaccountingrecordsfirsttotheUnitedStates,thentoFrance.Reiteratesrequestfornecessarypassports.1p.4.Enc.:seenos. 2174.Seealsonos. 2170-2171.RICHELLE, Inspecteurgeneral du Tresorpublic L(copy)to:LanchampConsiderstheproposaloftakingthebookkeepingrecordstotheUnitedStatesandfromtheretoFranceveryappropriate,duetothecriticalsituationatLe Cap. 1p.4.(enc.ofno.2172) VOISIN, JM.Inspecteurmaritime colonial L(copy)to:LanchampGivesapprovalforsendingLanchamp'sbookkeepingledgersontheshipofCitizenMooretotheUnitedStates,andfromtheretoFrance.1p.4.(enc.ofno.2172)ROCHAMBEAU,DONATIENMARIEJOSEPHDEVIMEURDE. General enchefDS.Praisesthe de premiere Instanceforitshonourableconductduringthesiege;andpraisesGeneralKerversauforthesecurityhehasgiventotheArchives.AppointsCitizenSaintPaulas Curateuraux SuccessionsvacantesofSt.Domingue. 3pp.fa.LORING,SIRJOHNWENTWORTH.

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2177-2181CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2922177.2178.2179.FromhisMajesty'sshipBellerophonoffCap 1803,19 Nov. FromhisMajesty'sshipBellerophonoffCap 1803,nov.FromhisMajesty'sshipBellerophonoffCap Fran<;ais an12,29brum.1803,21 Nov. LeCap [Fran<;ais] LS-to:RochambeauHeissendingCaptainRossofLa Desiree todetermineconditionsfavorabletobothsidesforthesurrenderofLeCap StatesthatFrenchofficersandtroopsingoodhealth 'tvi11 besenttoJamaica;those Hho aresick \vi11 returntoFranceorAmerica; 'tvhite inhabitantsofLe Cap 'tvi11 notbepermittedtogotoJamaica.2pp.fOe(inEnglish)LSto:RochambeauHavingsentfortheBlanchesmen Hith aflagoftruceheexpectedcooperationfromtheGeneral,butperceivingthatthesemenwereembarkedonaneutralvessel \vhen thesquadronwas blo'tID offbyagale,heassumestheGeneralhadnosuchintention.1p.4.(inEnglish;addressleaf)LSto:RochambeauIftheGeneralburnstheshipsintheharbourratherthanlettingthemfallintoEnglishhands,hecannotexpectanyfavourfromhimforthetroops.Offerstermsofsurrender:membersofthegarrisonwithoutexceptionwillbeconsideredprisonersofwar.OfficerswillbesentimmediatelytoJamaica,whilethesickand 'tvounded'tvill betransferredtoFrance.Ifvesselsareusedtoescapetheywillbesunk.2pp.fa.ROCHAMBEAU,DONATIENMARIEJOSEPHDE VINEUR DE. General enchefDS.Praisesmembersofthe Tribvnald'AppeZ de premiere Instanceandothermembersofjusticewhoralliedwiththegovernmentduringthesiege.TheyareinvitedtogotoCuba,andthey 'tvill bepaid.2pp.fa.2179a.an12,13fruct.1804,31AugustCayenneLECLERC,Coloneld'In!anteriecomman-dantles Troupesa laGuiane ALSto:AlexandreBerthierRelatesnewsoftheshipsLeDidonandLaCybellewhichhavegoneto NeH YorktotakeJeromeBonaparteandhis 'tvife backto France, sinceNapoleonhasbecomeEmperor.6pp.fa.2180.an13,25prair.1805,14JuneQuartier general deSt.DomingueFERRAND,L General de Brigade L8to:commissaire general desrelationscommerciales auxEtats-Unis. Hrites regardingtradecreditof200,000francs.1p.fOe2181.[n.d.]D.Amountofsalariesduetothehealth

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293CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2182-2189[n.p.]2182.[n.d.][n.p.]2183.[n.d.][n.p.]2184.[n.d.]Grelot2185.[n.d.][n.p.]2186.[n.d.]Paris(France)2187.[n.d.][n.p.]2188.[n.d.][n.p.]2189.[n.d.] Le Cap officials.1p.fOeARMEEDEST.DOMINGUE.D.Budgetofexpensesnecessaryforthesurvivalofthe navy, thearmyandthecolony.1p.fOeARSONNEAU,FELIX.Lieutenant attache au6e DepotcolonialaMarseille ALSto:RochambeauRequestspermissiontoleaveforMartiniquetorejoinhis wife, forreasonsofhealth.2pp.fOe AUSSENAC, GChefde la ?4e Demi-brigaded'InfanteriedeLigneALSto:RochambeauCongratulateshimuponhisappointmentasCommandanten chef inSt.Domingue.1p.4. BACON, Capitainede la BeCompagnieLSto:RochambeauRequestsleaveforconvalescenceinFrance.1p.fOeBARRALDU BARRY, ALSto:RochambeauRequestsassistanceforhissisterwhoistryingtoregainpossessionofherplantation.3pp.4.BEGON,D. Memoiraboutthemannerofcampaignwhichheproposes:examinesthesituationofLesMornes,RivieraSavannes,andotherhabitationswhoselocationscouldbeuseful;surveysworkalreadydoneforthedefense;studiesthedistributionoftroopsinthreepositionsandsetsplansfordefenseandretreat.35pp.fOe(indexincluded)D.BiographicaldataaboutCaptainDumas,lawyeratPort-au-Princeandmemberofthe Assemhlee nationale,whowasobligedbySonthonaxtoleavethecolony.1p.4.BIRABEN,FRANCOIS. Directeur de la Douane duCapALSto:RochambeauRequestsacertificateattestingtohisloyalservicetoFrancesothathemayobtainpaymentofthebalanceduehim.2pp.fOeEnc.:proofofastatementmadebyBirabentothechancelleryofNewYorkwhichproveshispatriotism:seeno.107.

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2190-2196CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2942190.[n.d.][n.p.]2191.[n.d.][n.p.]2192.[n.d.][n.p.] 2193 [nd.][n.p.]2194.[n.d.][n.p.]2194a.[n.d.]PortRepublicain2195.[n.d.][n.p.]2196.[n.d.][n.p.]BOUCHET,LieutenantdeVaisseauLSto: General VictorEmmanuelLeclercPetitionstoobtainthepostofCapitainedePort.2pp.fOeEnc.:copyofalettersentbythe dela Marine toAmiralLacrosse:seeno.702.CHARRIER,FemmeLSto:RochambeauPetitionsonbehalfofherhusband,unjustlyimprisonedbecauseofhisdebts,forhehadmadeagreementswhichCommandantMathieudidnotrespect.3pp.fOeEnc.:certificateofproofofpaymentofinterestCHATEAUBRILLANT,CATHERINE.Lto:[Ludot],Grand JugedeSt.DomingueRelatesacontroversy Hith CitizenViau, ,.,ho owesheralargesumofmoneyandhadpromisedtorepayit ,.,ith someofhisproperties,butthishehasneverdone.Hemustthereforepayherthemoney. 4pp.fOeCHAVRIER, Serrurier Lto:RochambeauPetitionstoregainhis 'vorking tools, ,.,hich hedepositedinthearsenalbyrequestoftheauthorities Hhen hearrivedfromCuba. 2pp.4.(signedbyLouisMercieronbehalfofChavrier)D.CommentaryontheexpeditiontoSt.Domingue;mentionsRigaud,Pinchinet,Leveille,Mentorandmanyothers,givingfactsabouttheirlives.7pp.fOeLECOMMERCEDELAVILLE.LSto:LeclercRecommendingtheofficerB.SantoDomingo, whohasservedasofficierdela Marine onvariousshipsandhasrecentlylostaneye.Themerchantsaskforconsiderationofthisfact.2pp.fOe(signedbythemerchants;enc.ofno.1396)D.ConsiderationsontheinteriorsecurityofSt.Domingue;theneedofaGendarmerienationa1e.7pp.fOeD.ConsiderationsoneveryaspectofSt.ofSt.Domingue,suchaseducation,government,populationarmy,defenseofthecolony.9pp.4.

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295CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2197-22032197.[n.d.]PortRepublicain2198.[n.d.][n.p.]2199.[n.d.][n.p.]2200.[n.d.][n.p.]2201.[n.d.][n.p.]2202.[n.d.][n.p.]2203.[n.d.]PortRepublicainDAURE,HECTOR. Prefet colonialL(copy)to:BertrandThe General enchefhaswarnedhim.thatatMatheuxthereisaquantityofprOV1Slonsthatshouldbedistributedtootherlocations.1p.fOeDEBLAISSE,BLASSE.ChaudronnierLSto:RochambeauPetitionstoregainpossessionoftheschoonerLePetitVailland.1p.fOe(marginalnotestatesthatthepetitionwastobesentto Amiral Latouche)Ene.:notarizedletterconfirmingDeBlaisse'sownershipDELPECH,ChefdeBataillonLSto:RochambeauAnnouncesthearrestof L'AllemandandHulysse,fils,asitwasordered;theyarebeingsenttotheGeneral.AfarmerwasshotatMiragoaneforattemptingtocausetrouble.1p.4.(damaged)Seealsonos. 2053J2055J 2074.LSto:RochambeauHehasheardthattheGeneralhasbeenputincommandoftheDepartementdel'OuestandduSud,andwishestoreporttohim.Thereisnonewstorelatebuthetakespleasureinreportingpeaceandnewculturalprogress.1p.4.(damaged)Lto:LavaletteRequestsreleaseofM.Brouard,octogenarianofPortRepublicain,arrestedwithoutstatementofoffense.1p.4.DERUISSEAU,MARIECATHERINELAURENCEEtOYSE.LSto:RochambeauPetitionstoregainpossessionofahousebelongingtothecommunityofpropertybetweenherabsenteehusbandandherself.1p.fOeEne.:testimonyofmarriage;testimonythatLouisDeruisseauistheonlyheirofthepropertyDESBUREAUX,CHARLESFRANCOIS. General deDivisionALSto:RochambeauComplainsaboutthelackofconfidenceoftheGeneralinhim.Refusesinvitation.

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2204-2212CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS296 2204.[n.d.][n.p.]2205.[n.d.][n.p.]2206.[n.d.][n.p.]2207.[n.d.][n.p.]2208.[n.d.][n.p.]2209.[n.d.][n.p.]2210.[n.d.][n.p.]2211.[n.d.][n.p.]2212.[n.d.][n.p.] DESNICE,Commissairedu Gouveyaementrmmicipal ALSto:RochambeauConcernsthemaintenanceandadministrationofthetroops.1p. Ene.:reportofdistributionoftroopsDEVIGNEVALABREGUE,ALSto:RochambeauRequeststhatthesequestrationonherproperty,locatedinnorthernSt.Domingue,belifted.2pp.4.D.Distributionofthemoneycorrespondingtothemonthofbrumaireandoftheremainderfromvendemiaire.2pp.4.D.AdraftofadecreerelatingtotheorganizationoftheServicede laMarine inSt.Domingue;theestablishmentofaConseild'Administration;compositionanddutiesoftheConseil.10pp.fOeDUBOIS,LEON.Officierde Sante ADS.Observationsmade onthesocialandeconomicconditionsoftheofficiersdesante.7pp.fOeFRESSINET, PHILIBERT. General de Brigade LSto:RochambeauCongratulatesRochambeauforhis appointment.RecommendstotheGeneral'sbenevolencethenegroesofhisdivisionandhis aide-de-camp, CitizenKippert.1p.fOeALSto:RochambeauHeisdisappointedwithGeneral Hatrin. Hewouldbepleasedifthecommandofthe De partementdu Sudandofl'OuestweretakenoverbyGeneralBrunet.1p.fOeGAUDIN,VeuveALSto:RochambeauComplainsabouttheoccupationofherplantationbythearmyforuseasahospital.Requestsreimbursement.2pp.fOe(marginalnotesaysthepetitionhasbeenaccepted)GIRARD,RAYMONDDE.ALSto:RochambeauInspiteoftheordersoftheGeneral,CaptainPortierhasopposedthedemandofhisbrotherthathisconfiscatedpropertybere-

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297CALENDAROF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS2213-22202213.[n.d.]St.Pierre(Martinique)2214.[n.d.][n.p.]2215.[n.d.][n.p.]2216.[n.d.][n.p.]2217.[n.d.][n.p.]2218.[n.d.][n.p.]2219.[n.d.][n.p.]2220.[n.d.]turned.Asksforhelp.1p.8vo (enc.ofno.1556)GUIGNOD,D.Summary ontheinheritanceofacitizenwhodiedinMartiniqueandthelitigationbetweenherhusbandandotherheirs.Caseisofapeculiarnaturesinceduringherlifetimethecitizensoldherplantation,putthenegroesofthatplantationonanotherbelonging to herhusband,thisactgivinghertherightofjointownershipofherhusband'sproperty.9pp.fOe(printed;handwrittennotationsinmarginprobablyGuignod's)HENRY,ALSto:RochambeauHehaslefttwelvebarrelsof wine fortheGeneral.1p.4.JABLONOWSKI,LADISLAS. General deBrigadeALSto:RochambeauComplainsabouttheCommandant d'Artillerie who,inspiteofrepeatedrequests,hasfailedtodeliverthenecessaryguns.1p.4.JUILBERT,EURIEULT,CARTU,BRULET.Seconds desGoelettes armeespourle Servicede la ColonieL8to:[Leclerc?]Complainoflackofsuppliesandmoney.1p.fOeKERVERSAU, General de BrigadeLSto:Rochambeau AnnouncesarrivalofM.VillarcyfromCaracas.RequestsinformationonsuitableroutetoLe Cap.HewilltravelwithVallarcy,whoisrecoveringfromillness.1p.fOeEne.:letterfrom Roos:seeno.2138.LAFARGUE,VeuveALSto:RochambeauRequeststhepaymentowedherbythegovernmentfortherentofherhouse.2pp.fOeEne.:legalleaseofthehousetotheadministrationLAFRANCE,PAUL.Chefde BrigadeALSto:RochambeauReferstohisvisitsinseveraldepartements,ashewasordered.Everythingisquietandthefarmersareatwork;hehimselfwillseethatcultivationistakencareof.2pp.fOe

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2221-2229CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS298LesVerrettes2221.[n.d.][n.p.]2222.[n.d.][n.p.]2223.[n.d.][n.p.]2224.[n.d.][n.p.]2225.[n.d.][LeCap 2226.[n.d.]Le Cap 2227.[n.d.][LeCap 2228.[n.d.][LeCap 2229.[n.d.][n.p.] DS.ReportonthenumberofbrigadesinLesVerrettesandarequestthatgendarmerieneedsbeconsidered.2pp.fa.LALANCE, RevuesDS.ProjectfortheorganizationoftheBureau desRevues.3pp.fa.LASTOUR,HENRYCHARLES.ALSto:RochambeauPetitionstoobtaintheofficeofCommandant de Za GardenationaleatPort-au-Prince.1p.fa.Ene.:twocertificates:hisrecordofserviceandalistofhisprivatequalifications,dated18Oct.,1803LAVALETTE,JChefde CommandO:flt de ZaPlar;e-ALSto:[Rochambeau]Returnsnegrofarmlaborerto Jeremie. 1p.4.DS.StatementfromDeruisseauon howthefarmersweretakentotheenemylinesinspiteofhiseffortstoavoidthis,and ho,, theywereabletocrosstotheFrenchcom mand,thensenttoSt.Marc.2pp.4.[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefD(draft).DecreeappointingCaptainVermonettothepostofcommissaire,inchargeofreclaimingfromtheCubangovernmentthefundsproceedingfromcapturesmadebyFrenchprivateersduringthewarand 'vhich havebeenconfiscatedbyCuba.1p.fOe(enc.ofno.1220)D.Decreeformingacommissiontodeal \vith alldisputesoverpropertytitles.Establishes,insixty-onearticles,thecompositionofthecommissionanditsattributions.21pp.fa.---'D.Decreeorderingthepaymentof15,000francstoCitizenNainvielle,bishopofSt.Domingue.1p.fOe---'D.Indextovariousdecrees.9pp.4. ---' AD(draft).Listofappointeesforthe

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299CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2230-22372230.2231.2232.2233.2234.2235.2236. 2237.[n.d.][n.p.][n.d.][LeCap [n.d.][LeCap [n.d.][Le Cap [n.d.][Le Cap [n.d.][LeCap [n.d.][n.p.][n.d.][LeCap bunald'AppelforLeCap,Port-au-Prince,LesCayes;forthe Tribunal de premiere InstanceofthesamecitiesplusSt.Marcand Jeremie. 91.4.LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL. General enchefDS(draft).Regulationsapplyingtothepilotsintheservicesdesports.3pp.fOe(articles7and9inLeclerc'sownhand)See also no.2242.[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefD.ObservationsonthereportmadebytheCommissionduringthesessionof24prairia1concerningtheliftingofsequestrationsfromproperties.6pp.fOe---'D.ObservationsontheterritorialdivisionofSt.Domingue; onthereligion;ontheagriculture;thejudiciaryclass;relationshipbetweenthemilitaryandthecivilians.16pp.fa.LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL. General enchefADS(draft). Grdre du jour: CommandsRochambeautoexaminetheproceduresoftheCommissionmilitaireinPortRepub1icainintheaffairofSalmon,Agentenchefdes Hopitaux.HethinkstheremaynotbeenoughevidencefortheaccusationmadeagainstSalmon.1p.fOe[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefAD.Ordinanceconcerningthe ordre judiciai curateurs aux andestablishinga tribunalterrier. 4pp.fOe---'AD(draft).OrganizationandformationoftheCommissionmilitaire.1p.fOeEne.:variousdrafts---'D.PlanforthedistributionofGeneralBru-net's1500 men,inordertoreachthemostinteriorpartsoftheisland.Directionsforthecommanders: howtodistributesuppliesofammunition;theestablishmentofwarehouseswithfoodprovisions;propertiesshouldberespected;smallarmedshipswillguardthecoasts.GeneralBrunetshouldreportfrequentlytohim.4pp.fOeLECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL. General enchefDS(draft).Projectofdecreeregulatingthe

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2238-2248CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS3002238. 2239.2240. 2241.2242.2243.[n.d.][n.p.][n.d.][Le Cap [n.d.]CroixdesBouquets[n.d.][n.p.][n.d.][n.p.][n.d.]PetitTrouactivityandpowerofthearchitecte-voyer.4pp.fOe[LECLERC,VICTOREMMANUEL]. General enchefAD(draft).RegulationsfortheadministrationofnationaldominionsandnationalrevenuestobepublishedintheGazetteofficiel.7pp.fOeAD.Regulationsforcultivation:conditionofthe land-o,vner andfarmer;treatmentofthefarmer;discipline.21pp.fOe(fiverevisions)LEFEBURE,Chefduler Bataillon de la 1ge Demi-brigaded'Infanterie legere ALSto:RochambeauSuppliesinformationon acertainplantation.1p.fOeLEQUOI-MONGIRAUD,FJ. Prefetcolonial DS.ReportaddressedtoRochambeauabouttheSpanishvesselSantaRosaliaanditscaptain,JosephMarieLoredo,whoenteredinaforbiddenport.3pp.fOe(withRochambeau'sautographednote)LEUCRET, General ADS.Regulationstobefollowedbypilotsintheportsoftheisland.1p.fOeSee also no.2230.LINDOR,JEANPIERRE. Proprietaire ALSto:LeclercPetitionsforwhatshouldbehisrightasafreednegroslave:possessionofpropertiesbyhimselfandhisfamily.1p.fOe2244.[n.d.]PetitTrou2245.[n.d.][n.p.]2246.[n.d.][n.p.]2247.[n.d.][n.p.]2248.[n.d.]PetitTrouD.ListofimportantrebelsfromPetitTrouandMiragoane.2pp.4.D.ListofofficerstobeappointedbyGeneralLeclerc.2pp.fOeD.Listofsumsallocatedtothedifferentdivisionsofthearmy;namesofpersons,articles,tripspaid.4pp.fOeMALENFANT,CHARLES.Sous-inspecteur RevuesADS.Rulesforcultivationinthecolonies.11pp.fOe(enc.ofno.103)MARIE-JEANNE,MarchandeALSto:LeclercPetitionsconcerninghersecuritycard,which

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303CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERSSee also nos. 2264.2266-22752266.[n.d.][n.p.]2267.[n.d.][n.p.]2268.[n.d.][n.p.]2269.[n.d.][n.p.]2270.[n.d.][n.p.]2271.[n.d.][n.p.]2272.[n.d.][n.p.]2273.[n.d.][n.p.]2274.[n.d.]St.Marc2275.[n.d.] Angers) Departe-D.NotesonSpanishSt.Domingue:geographicdescription,administration,taxes,etc.21pp.fOeD.NotesregardingvariousindividualswhoshouldberecommendedfortheirloyaltytoFrance:Kerversau,Boerner,AlexandreDalton,aswellassomecoloredmen. 4pp.fOeD.Noteslistingthemenandmeansofdefenseinservera1places,withalistofmenkilledbyDessa1ines'orders.2pp.fOeD.ObservationsonpoliticalandeconomicaspectsofthethreeSpanishjurisdictions:Montecristo,San Yago,andPuertodePlata;alsoupontheirunionwiththeFrenchRepublic.34pp.fOeOLLAGUIER,Marchand au Mole LSto:RochambeauRequeststhathebepaidforhisservicestothegovernment.2pp.fOeEnc.:supportingdocumentsforhisrequestPAGEOT,FRANCOISSEBASTIEN. General deBrigadeALS(fragment)to:[Rochambeau]Hewillaccomplishthemissionentrustedtohim.1p.fOePASCAL,Chefde Bataillon du2 ede la Legionde la LoireALSto:RochambeauSendshisservicerecord;remindstheGeneralthathewasintroducedtohimbyMagan;requestsattentionsincethereorganizationwhichisgoingtotakeplacecouldaffecthisfuturepost.2pp.4.(marginalnotesaysactionwastakenthe24thermidor)Enc.:lackingPERES, [AUGUSTE?].DS.Ideasconcerningcommerceinthecolony.10pp.fOePERODIN,LAZARE.ALSto:RochambeauDestitutewithnoprivatemeansandhavingtoworktosupporthisfamily,herequeststhepositionof verificateur des douanesatSanMarco.1p.fOePIOGE,Chef du2e Bataillon de la 28e Demi-brigaded'Infanterie legere

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2276-2284CALENDAROF ROCHAHBEAU PAPERS304 mentdeMaineetLoire(France)2276.[n.d.][n.p.]2277.[n.d.][n.p.]2278.[n.d.][n.p.]ALSto:LeclercConvalescentandnolongerfitforactivedutybecauseofhiswound,heremindstheGeneralofhispromisetopromotehimtotherankofchefdebrigade.2pp.fOeD.Planforthetypeofadministration Hhich shouldbeestablishedinthecoloniesoftheFrenchRepublic.69pp.fOePLUNKETT,JEAN.D.JeanPlunkett,anIrishman,requeststheGeneral'sinfluenceinordertorecoverapropertyinSt.Dominguewhich \Vas confis-catedbyToussaintLouverture.2pp.4.POLICEDEST.DOMINGUEDEPARTEMENTSDUSUDETDEL'OUESTD(draft).Orderfortheissuingofanidentificationcardtoeverycitizen,placingseriouspenaltiesuponthose 'tolho losetheircards.5pp.fOe2279.en.d.][n.p.]D(draft).passports.Orderforbiddingtheissuingof4pp.fOe2280.[n.d.][n.p.]2281.[n.d.]PetitTrou2282.[n.d.][n.p.]2283.[n.d.][n.p.]2284.[n.d.][n.p.]D(draft).Regulationsfordisposalofgarbage;forthecreationofa mvnicipal etdePolice;fortravellers;forbutchers;fornegroes.7pp.fOeLESPROPRIETAIRESNOUVEAUXLIBRESDELAPAROISSEDEPETITTRODETBARADAlRE.DS. ApetitiontoLeclercforjustice,sincethedecreeofGeneralLaPlume,whichgavethemtherighttoenjoytheirpropertyinpeace,hasnotbeentakenintoconsideration.2pp.fOeQUANTIN, General deDivisionADS.Listofestablishedpricesforcertainmerchandise.3pp.4.D.Observationsmadebythe des Domainesnationauxtothe Prefet, onthefateofcitizenslivinginSt.Domingue,anddescribingtheburdenintaxesandexpenseswhichthefarmersmustcarry;figurestoillustratethis.2pp.4.AD.RegulationsfortheadministrationandserviceoftheMarineinSt.Domingue,suggestedbytheConseild'Administrationde Ma rine.GivesthecompositionoftheConseil,

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305CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2285-22942285.en.d.][n.p.]2286.[n.d.]Paris(France)2287.[n.d.]LesVerrettes2287a.[n.d.][n.p.]2288.[n.d.][n.p.]2289.[n.d.]LeCap 2290.en.d.][LeCap 2291.[n.d.][n.p.]2292.en.d.][n.p.]2293.en.d.][n.p.]2294.[n.d.][n.p.]whichwillreceiveallpetitionsthroughthe General enchef.4pp.fOeEne.:variousdraftswithcorrectionsbyLeclerc'shandD.Reporton achangeofplansconcerningthetakeoverofthecoloniessincethereiswarwithEngland.7pp.fOeD.Reporton adecreeofseventeenarticleswhichwaspublishedbyageneral[Leclerc?].Observationsoneacharticle,dealingwithnegroes,army,population,etc.3pp.fOeD.Reportonthecompositionofthefourbrigadesstationedhere,theirfoodsupplyandtheirsalaries.1p.fa.D.Reportonthemeansofprovidingfortheneedsofthearmywithoutthehelpofthe fournisseup. 6pp.fa.RICARD,L.DS.ObservationsregardingtheexpeditiontoSt.DomingueandthesystemofspeciallawsforthecoloniesintheFrenchconstitution.8pp.fOeROCHAMBEAU,DONATIENMARIEJOSEPHDEVIMEURDE. General deDivisionDS.DecreeappointingCartier,Gouin,andDerandevaytothetribunalsoftheisland.2pp.fOeDS.DecreeappointingCollinasAudiencier pres du TribunaL atFortDauphin.1p.fOeDS.DecreeappointingDela Chene asJuge au Tribunal de premiere InstanceatPortdePaix.1p.4.DS.DecreeappointingEvrardasAudiencier pres du Tribunal atPortdePaix.1p.fOeDS.DecreeappointingMallon Meon asLieutenantdeJuge presleTribunal de premiere InstanceatFortDauphin.1p.fOeDS.DecreethatallthetribunalofficersinchargeofmakingvoluntarysalesatPort-auPrinceshouldceasethesefunctionsthe1ni-

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307CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS2304-23072304.[n.d.]Santo 2305 .[nd.][n.p.]2306 .[nd.][n.p.]2307 [nd.][n.p.]LSto: General Lavalette,commandantlaDivisionde l' ArtiboniteReportsbrieflyontheretreat of 100menfromthe2 eBatai110n,somefromthe8geDemi-brigade,andfromtheGardenationa1e:theretreatwasnecessarybecauserebelshadcutoffwaterandfoodsupplyroutes.2pp.fa.(waterdamaged)VALDONY,Chefde Brigade LSto:RochambeauAnnouncesthearrestofM.Chasseriau,Payeurdivisionnaire,andthatthispersonisbeingsenttotheGeneralundersurveillanceofM.Griffaud.1p.fa.See also no.2049.VERNET,ANDRE. General de Brigade" Commandantde l 'ArrondissementALSto:ToussaintLouverture, Gouverneur deSt.Domingue.HehadanencounterwithadetachmentofsixtymenatEnnery.ThatdetachmentwassenttoPlaisanceandheinterceptedit.2pp.fa.VINCENT, Directeur desFortificationsdeSt.DomingueD(copy).ConsiderationsontheinternalsecurityofSt.Domingue;theadvantagesofhavingmaintainedanarmy. 17pp.fa.---'D.NotesonSt.Domingue,especiallyonthehandlingofthenegrosituation.15pp.fa.

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Notes IPort-au-Prince:thisport,accordingtothetraditiontoldbyCharlevois,tookitsnamefromtheshipLePrince,which,underthecom mandofCaptainAndrieu,anchoredherein1706.In1793thenamebecamePort-aux-Crimes,asitwascalledbytheaffranchisblancsduetothevexationsinflicteduponthembythepetitsblancs.Lateroneofthecommissairescivils,Polverel,calleditPortRepublicain.In1806Christophe,who wasatwarwithPetion,changeditsnameagaintoPort-auxCrimes,andlastin1811ittookondefinitivelythenameofPort-auPrince.2TheConseil hadinterventioninthegeneraladministrationofthecity,votedthe ectroi, andsupervisedthemunicipaltreasury(Caissemunicipal);italsoactedinappealscasesandincasescalled presidiaux .3LeCap Fran9ais, todayCapHaitien.DuringtheFrenchoccupationthiscitywascalledtheParisoftheAntillesofSaintDominguebecauseofitssplendor.DuringtheSpanishoccupationitwascalledGuarico.LateritbecametheCap \oJhen Christophewas cro\med Emperor,itwas namedCapHenry,andafterhisreignitwas named \vhat itistoday,CapHaitien.The name Cap or istheonlyonetoappearonthedocuments,sometimesinincompleteform,Le Cap.Itis al\vays completedhereinbrackets.4TheRepublicanCalendarwhichwaspresentedbyRoumetotheConventionnationalereplacedtheGregorianCalendar.TheformerbeginsthedayofthefoundationoftheRepublic,i.e.,the22September1792,thedayinwhichthesunreachesthetrueequinoxoffallatmidnight.Theyear,accordingtothiscalendar,isdividedintotwelvemonthsofthirtydayseach,followedbyfivedayswhichdonotbelongtoanymonth.Themonthsare:fall:vendemiaire,brumaire,frimaire;winter:nivase,pluviose,ventase;spring:germinal,floreal,prairial;summer:messidor,thermidor,fructidor.Thelastfivedaysarecalledsans-culottidesor complementaires. ThiscalendarwasofficiallyuseduntilthebeginningoftheEmpire.TheSenatus-consultusofSeptember9,1805reinstatedtheuseoftheGregoriancalendar.5possib1yreferstothedecreemadebytheFrench Assembleelegisla tiveofMarch28,1792bywhichitwasrecognizedthatmulattosandfreenegroesshouldenjoythesamepoliticalrightsasthecolonists.ThedecreewasapprovedbytheKingonApril4,1792.308

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309NOTES6Gourde:SilvercoinusedinHaiti,more commonlycalledpiastre.7FortLiberte:ThiscommunewascalledBahiahabytheSpanishin1606.In1725whentheFrenchestablishedthiscity,theycontinuedtocallitBahiaha.In1731however,thenameofFortDauphinwasgiven,replacedlaterbyFortLiberteatthetimeofthefoundationoftheFrenchRepublic.HenryChristophecalleditFortRoyalbutthenamerevertedeventuallytoFortLiberte.BothFortLiberteandFortDauphinappearonthedocuments,andtheyhavebeenkeptastheyappear.8Place:Fortifiedcitysurroundedbyawall,orbyachainoffortslikeawall,orbyseparateforts.The places werecommandedbyagovernorwithagarrisonofsecurityandagarrisonofdefense.9Arrondissement:Administrativesubdivisionofa departement. Itwasheadedbya sous-prefet andbyacounselofelevenmembers.TheUnitedStateshasnocorrespondingdivision.lOparoisse:Thefirstnucleusaroundwhichgatheredtheinhabitantsofaregion.Itwasanadministrativeunitaswellasareligiouscenter;itnecessarilycontainedachurchandpriestatthecenterofavillagewheretheartisanslived.Theunitwasgovernedbythe marguellies andbya commander.llLouverture,Toussaint.Hiscompletename was DominiqueToussaintLouverture.SomehistoriansconsiderToussaintLouvertureastwofamilynames,othersconsiderToussaintasafamilynameandLouvertureasafirstname;stillothersuseitastheeditorhashere,andthisseemsmostfrequent.Thereasonforthisconfusioncouldbethefactthathewas aslaveuntiltheageof48andnamesofslavesarevariableanddifficulttoestablish.12ReferstoLeclerc'sexpedition,asotherFrenchexpeditionshadarrivedbefore.13Habitation:Thisworkingunitwassurroundedbyahedgeofthornsinwhichthegatesopenedontoneighboringroutes;itwascrossedinanumberofplacesbywell-designedroads.Commonlyitwaslocatedinahighplacewherethebreezecouldbefelt,andfromwherethevicinitycouldbesurveyed.Inthecenterwasthegrandecase(greathouse)forthemajorofficialswhowereinchargeoftheplantationsurroundingthehouseoftheowner;thecasehadanopen,spaciousandcomfortabledesign.Nearthe grande casewerethenegrocolonies,gatheredinvillages;eachhousewasofmortarandcoveredwithstraw.Thenearestconstructionunderthesupervisionoftheownerwastheinfirmary;furtherawaywerethebuildingsforsugarmanufacture.14SantoDomingo:SpanishpartoftheHispanolaIsland,officiallycalledtodayRepublicaDominicana.Haitioccupiesthewestthirdofthesameisland.15Blockhouse:WordofGermanoriginappliedtoadefensiveconstructionconsistingofa woodtowerbuiltonstone;itwascoveredtopermitlodging.Theblockhouseservedasawatchtowerforisolatedoutposts,protectingthemfromsurpriseattack.

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IndexofNamesAbot,655.Acquart,1068.Adonis,624.Alberto,839.Alberty,1221.Alegre(orAllegre),1799,1892.A1esis(orAlexis),188.A1ix,JacquesAlexandreF.,1195,1337,1342,1374,1380, 1404. Al1ouis,626.Andraud,1889. Andre 2130,2134.Andrieux(orAndrieu),C.,168a,193,339.Angros,1959.Ap1aquiat,548.Appol1on,559.Aquart,725-725a.Ardouin,A.,104.Armand,316,1353.Arnauld,[Antoine?],715,1477,1614,1778.Arnauld, pere, 151.Arnau1t,Jean,1303.Arne,624. Arne, Joseph,1605.Arniaud,436.Arsonneau,Felix,2183.Artau,737,1913.Auber,Tournu,574.Aubin,2146a,2149a.Aubry,A.,352,401,460,1046,1054,1668.Audevan,E.,1432,1575.Audige,233.Aufray,2043. Auge, 1635.AugnyBonardd',seeBonardd'Augny.Augustin,1410.Aussenac,F.,699,781,848.Aussenac,G.,1026,1467,1662,1732,1735,2184.AzorNanjac(orJanjaque),624,653,818.B,Bte.,1537a-b.Bacegne,1739.Bache1er,1543.Bache11ier,1700.Bacher,2044.Bacon,2185.Badout,1563.Bai11on,1680.Bai11ot,708,738.Bai11ox,254.Bailly,1031,1903.Balas,1177.Ba11eray,Sa110nierede,seeSa110nieredeBalleray.BaIlon,872,1478,1480,1787.Ba11u,1521.Bambara,Gilles,1486a.Barbarie,58.BarbarinReynaud,1003.BarbedeMarhois, 15.Baron,1662.Barquier,1444.Barra1duBarry,2186.Barras,1458.Barre,Henry,1113,1845,2008,2135.Barre,Pierre,46.Barrere,589.Barry,Barra1du,seeBarra1duBarry.Bart,Philippe 2.Batai1le,520.Batt,1563.Baudin,1339,1398.Baudouin,705.Baufeuf,2011.Baury,1917.Baury,L.,1921.Baze1ais,LouisLaurent,689,708,735, 775,834,848,864-65,913,920.

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311INDEXOFNAMESBeaumet,1775.Beaux,522.Bechaud,Flore,1760.Bechi11on,79.Begon,Louis 145.Begon,MichelDenis,1301,1769,2187.Belair,Charles,161,220,317,327,332,589,647,648a,689,815,834,851,864,880,894,909,915,930,954,958,964,979,1000,1018.BelangerdesBoul1ets,811,813-14.Be1ette,174.Be11e-anse,Rossignol,722.Belleville,1842.Be1ouvi11e,841.Be1zunce(orBe1sunce),Armand,8.Benage,99.Benard,750a,2025a-b,2084. Benezech (or Benese), Pierre,111,367.Benjamin, Vandos, 80,163. Berch, Come1is,1758, 1767, 1782.Bercy,819,1712.Berdiere,1899.Berger,ChristianMi1ten,629a.Berger,LouisMarie,45,606,624,675,997,1133,1151, 1226,1236,1276,1294,1304,1344,1397,1427,1455,1486, 1507,1525,1554,1577-78,1600,1665,1788, 1818, 1835,1954,2045, 2067, 2082.Bernard,Joseph,485,890,1092,1103-04,1112,1116-17,112324,1134,1147,1185,1610.Bernard,Louisde,1251.Bertanee,2032.Bertau1t,2011.Bertet(orBerthet),353,853, 864,879-80,949,1022,1318.Berthau1t,Yves,328, 368, 373,385,407,414,456,459.Berthier,PierreAlexandre,1159,1426,2179a.Bertot,2150,2167.Bertrand,68,288,329,338,341,348-49,380,389,395,419,431,439,441-42,444,466,470-71,491, 507, 532,534,604,826,907,1042,1056, 1595, 2197.Bessaignet,1252. Besson, 892,2042.Beundoin[?J,1213. Bexon, M.,11.Beynet,1075.Biay1et,1903.Bidou,709.Bignon,32.Biraben,107.Biraben, 344,2189.Bizouard,Joseph,492,1952,1955,1978-79,1994,2015,2056,2075,2090,2095-96,2107-08,2123,2143,2147, 2160, 2169.Blanchard,Bailly,2132.Bligh,John,2004,2072.Blouch,576.Blumer,2128.Boca11in(orBocca1in),812,828.Bodard,NicolasMarie Felix, 1563.Body,Jacques,2059-61,2063.Boerner,2267.Boisset,256.Boissiez,1967-68.Bombarde,1810.Bonaparte,Jerome,2179a.Bonaparte,Lucien,73.Bonaparte,Napoleon,1094,1095,1107,1484,1505,1545,2002,2026,2179a.BonardD'Augny,2.Bond, DesCassenesde,seeDesCas-senesdeBond[?J.Bonda,865.Bonduvend[?J,1329.Bonne LaChicotte,222.Bonnet,593,1587.Bonnot,182,1621.Bordet,Jean,332.Borel,2296.Borge11a,Bernard,551,557.Borthibor,Pierre,105.Borthon,2151-52.Bosond'Usi11ion,JeanLouis,1498a.Bostra1,129.Boucau1t,1419,1555.Bouchet,702,2190.Boudet,Jean,137,146,161,243,25961,1021,1094a,1095,1579,2118.BoudinhonVa1dec,seeVa1dec-Bou-dinhon.Boudurand,1432.Bouery,24.Bougeois,2043.Boujardiere,1400.Bou1ainoi11ier,Charlotte Felicite Frutie,86-87,98,516.

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CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS312Bou1ineau,1367. BouLlets, Belangerdes,seeBelangerdesBou11ets.Bourgeois,1638,1793.BourgeoisdeBoynes,6.Bouroet,JacquesVictor,7.Bouvet,659.Bouvier,1658. Boye, Jacques,302,311,477,1325,1349,1356,1859,215152.Boyer,Pierre,236,645,790,1310,1350,1740,1743,2096.Boyer,Adjudant,1113.Boyer,ChefdeBataiZZon,709.Boyer,Inspecteurde" Culture" 988.Boynes,Bourgeoisde,seeBourgeoisdeBaynes.Boze,Jean,200,362,893,905,1637.Brakey,1816.Bretonvi11e,1029.Broiard[?J,1647.Broit,1265,1461.Bro1e,Charles,1004.Brosard,704.Brossier,883.Brotschy(orBrotschi),347,514,517,565.Brouard,2201.Brouard,Victor,1671.Bru1et,2216.Bru11ey,81.Brun,Charles,1995.Bruneau,1191.Brunet,JeanBaptiste,133a,134,140,366,381,395a,657,742, 756,860,912,1125,1129-30,1162,1168,1213-14,1227, 1230,1291,13881422,1444,1448,1456,1466,1488,1497,1516,1524,1553,1556,1603,1628,1654-55,1657,1659,1667-69,1671-72, 1684-86, 170405,1726,1728,1738,1740-42, 1747-48, 1754,1768,1770,1802,1835, 1866, 1888,1916,1930,1949-50a,1957,1959-60,1983,2017,2210,2236.Brunet,JosephG.,1196,1264,1305,1315,1317.Buc,1807.Buchiot,624.Bugenin,Auguste,155.Buissy,RolandMarie,85.BuissyNajacde,seeNajacdeBuissy.Bu110tDubois,1615.Bune1,218.Bune1,(femme), 1363.Bures,Gaspard,955-56,961,970,1667.Buriat,1723.Busson,1487.Buzot,1544.Cabal,637,1333.Caboteur,Pierre,944.Caffare11i,Joseph,659.Caignet,Armand,1499.Camfrancq,1449.Campans,1861.Cange,1089a,1330-31,1345,1488.Canivet, 67.Cano,Ramondel,1265.Canquery,1825.Canron,739,803,810,744,1004,1009,1093.Carlin,361.Caron,1903.Carpentier,146.Carteret,1699.Cartien,914.Cartier,2289.Carty,2216.Casamajor,L.,1922.Casamayor(orCasamajor) 887.Castella,1285,1611,1619.Castera,1005,1014,1031.Castro,1461.Cauton,1197,1202.Cavin,365.Cezas,Philippe,709.Chachoin,1915.Chaignet,989-90.Cha1ame1,267.Champe1,422.Champigny,6.Chanceau1me,J.,41.Chancy, 539, 551-52.Chante1ot,Mme.de.,806.Chape11e,A.,971.Chaponne1,Theodore,962,972.Chaponne11e,C.,924.Chapotin,335.Charles,983.Charrepion,1010.Charrier,352,772,827,2191.Charrier,(femme),2191.Chasseriau(orChausseriaux),B.,1852,1900,2049,2075,2077,2304.

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313INDEXOFNAMESChastenoye,445. Chatain) Claude,624. Chateaubri11an)Rene, 1570.Chateaubri11ant,Catherine,2192.Chausson,1953.Chaveau(orChauveau),P.2057,2103.Chavrier,2193.Chegaray,Gramont,61.Cherot,Charlemagne,104.Cherudy[?J,1607,1776.Chervi11e,SimonVimont,107.Chiron, 2139.Christ,1493.Christophe,Henri,130,171,173,281,296,645,1336,1524,1568,1570,2046.Chupein,921.C1airvaux,1143.C1aparede,1364.Claude,116,1246.C1ause1(orC1auze1),Bertrand,174,216,318-19,756,1096,1128,1137,1143-45,1732,1745,1936,1990,2064,2068,2074,2250.Claver,Pedro,1564.Clement,Delphine,1565.Clement,(Capitaine),677,1070.Clement, (Genepal), 397,406,417.C1ervaux,Augustin,159,1623, 1663.Clory,Pablo,1918,1929.Cocherel,1165,2135.Cochet,Henri 2042.Coco, 287.Colas,Adelaide Therese, 1319.Colas,JeanJoseph,1319.Colbert,1355,1447,1457,1466, 1671,1686,1930.Colin,229. Collet) 1755.Collet,Philippe Andre, 33,551.Collin,2290. Co1ombe1) 1057.Commencement,624.Conde,2118.Constant,1715.Cordier,1765.Cordier,Pierre,56.Corman,1638.Corne1et, Charles) 260.Corroy,Francisco,1797,1806,2081.Corvinus,1639,1666,2059-61,2063,2073.Cosson,1782a.Costa,Raul,1831.Costera,638.Coudroy,55.Coupet,1133,1277,1397.Couron,730.Coussaud,J.J.,424,1601.Cravey(orCravei),70,106,619.Crecy,234.Cremoni,151.Crouzi11eau,16.Cruvi11ier,1794-95.Cugno,1382.Cupidon,648.Cyprien,[JeanMarie 180, 183,197-98,205,243,252,366,527.D'Air,1066.Da1ban(orDa1vau,orDa1bau) ,54,112.D'Alban,2118.Da1et,1283.Dalton,Alexander,2267.Da1vimare,1914.D'A1vinar,276.Dampiere(orDampierre),174.D'Ang1ade,612.Daram,1083.Darance,Charles,1350.D'Arbois,538a,540,572,615,618,710,731,812,1272,1376a,1668, 1818,1960,2009.D'Argout,Robert,54.Darrigrand,1381,1395,1424.DartLevaux,Dajar,522.Dat,1647.Dathy,804.Dattignave,1528.Daubroski,2029.Daumar,1428.D'Aumont,K.,1765.Dauphin,747.Dauphin, greffier, 1521.Daure, Hector) 428,442,549,577,581,597,651,1141,1319,1396,1522,1526,1533,1535,1644,1718,1826,1861,1878,1886,1903,1913,2197.Dauthi11e,630.D'Authui11e,601.Daux,Pierre,665,791.Daux, a, JeanCharles,1570.Dauze,.292a,325.Davezac,871.David,641.Debe11e,184,190,354,417.

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CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS314Debernard,Dominique,175.DeB1aisse,B1asse,2198.Debrieu,1936.DeBrieux,12.Debruce,1843.DeCape11is,562.Decres,Denis,1158,1505,1602.Degaute,Dupont,1199.Degnier,419.DeGrafe,1640.DeGrasse(orDegrasse),Auguste,1444,1681,2037.Dehastaud,1716.Dehen,1863.Dejeusen,857a.DeJu1y,678.De1abre,Nicolas,221.DeLaCorp,797.De1agarde,2050,2055,2069.Delage,1320,1376a,1384a,1386.De1atour,1800.De1aunay,1140.De1pech,333-34,342,432,476,494,559,582,642,762,982, 984,991,998,1005,1023,1029,1036,1050,1055,1058,1075,1080,1087,1156,116364,1176,1191,1210-12,1228,1237,1243,1252,1269,1306,1331,1341,1345,1406,1408, 1411,1413,1583-84,1654,1694,1700,1712,1724,1726,1742,2199-2201.De1pieu,800,932.'Demeunier,1179.. Demissy,320.Demo1iere,23.Demousseau,551.Denaire(orDeNaire,orDenavre),102,500,545.Deneauvi11e,805.Denegre,839.DeNoai11es,Louis,seeNoai11es,Louis. Deperonne, 1217,1232.Depte,Marie,1004.Depuy,2010.Deraime(orDerain,orDeRaime),489,513,800,1498a,1936.Derance,769.Derancy,1992.Derandevay,2289.Derisseau,Michel,364,369.DeRosiers,448.Deruisseau,283.Deruisseau,Louis,2202,2224.Deruisseau,Mme.MarieCatherineLau-renceE1oyse,2202.Desabaye,1807.Des Amer,1246.DeSaon,433,495,981.Desargues,1135.Desbureau(orDesbureaux),Charles 78,538a-40,545,572,606,612-19,652-53,666,679,693,704,710-11,723,731,757,771,792,827-29,887,922-23,965,98384,992-93,997,999,1011,1043,1090,1118-19,1126,1131-33,1142,1215-19,1232,1277-78,1294,1304,1320,1377,2203.DesCassenesde Bond,904.Deschamps,649.Deseul1e,1437.Desfontaines,237,245,1746.Desfoumeaux(orDesfournez), Edme Eti-enne,216,573,667,771,774,1338.Desfourres,418,446.Desgouttes(orDesgoutes),1708,1819.Desmond, 2011.Desnice,2204.Despa11iere,M.,94,99,461,574.Desperoux,111,1779.Desquidour,546.Desravines,1376a,1554.Dessa1ines,JeanJacques,114-15,147,160-61,215,222,241,245,350,395a,408,410,415,458,462,474a,484,502,538,566,645,648a,689,708,864,894,944,953-54,964,986,996,1000,1018,1026,1074,1079,1086,1122,1125,1129-30,1137,1148,1150,1214,1225, 123Q-5, 1238, 1244,1259,1270,1283,1286,1311,1488,1497,1524,1623,1660,1663,1669,1925,2045,2268.Dessalines,Lebier,110.Dessa1me,2097.Desseren,250-51.Dessine,1858.Dessource,Bruneau,1237.Dessources,1055.Detouche,1458.Devansay,Arnand,2040.Devaux,Pierre,425,1752,2007.Deverre,1354.DevigneVa1abregue,2205.Devoit,944. Dexea, 639.

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315INDEXOFNAMESDezi1u,730.D'Harvi11e,806,1463,1708,1909.D'Hautavoine,Christophe,88,136,166,1547.D'Henin,1444,1996,2016.D'Hericourt,1021.D'Hote1,2147.Dies,MarieEleonore,1590.Dieudonne,Christophe,115,137,158,517,743,924, 929,948,955-56,961,992,1077,1408,1532,1667,2098.Dobigniere,58.Dobson,Isaak,2122.Dodart,Lome11e,256.Dodge,D.,2120,2163.Do1isie,1748,1823.Domet, E.9 1544.Dommage,723,1119,1134,1142,1147.Dompte, 729.Doucet,1068. Doze, 2161.Dressen,Jean,2106.Drouet,574.Droui1het,1.Drouin,161,324,360,398-99,478,807,895,905-06,924,945,981,1077.Dubarquier,2007,2027.Dubicourt,402.Dubois, Leon, 2035,2208. DuboisHa1bray,1616.Dubuisson,1866.Duchemin,Pierre,1729.Duchet,576.Duckworth,SirJohnThomas,337,1192,1445,1471,1580-81,1691,1717,1860,2004,2025.Duclos,1433,1808,1846.Ducomet,Andre,2000.Ducre,George,1554.Dufay,29,168b-170,2101,2110,2115.Dugua,153,276,293,308,402,477,1129,1150,1168.Dumas,1606,2188. Duminy, 139a.Dumont(orDumond),593a,872,1346,1439,.1523,1529,1537,1594,1640,1745,1783,1817,2060,2063,2073.Dumortier,721,1275.Dumoulin,1967-68.Dundas,George,2018,2076,2091.Duny,1612.Duparc,B.,45.Duplessis,1848.Dupont,1823.Dupont-Levi11e,14.Dupotet,Mathieu,138.Dupuy,834,848.Duquesne,Auguste,848,851,864, 866,880-81,896,913,920,938,1081-82,1533,1569a.Durazzo,JacquesPhilippe,1831.Durosue1,Henri,90.Durove,2008.Durumain,Barnas,175.Dusautoir,2249.Dutraux,651.Dutrenne,419.Duval,572.Duval,(Capitaine),734.Duverge,Demarcs,1212.Egron,1612.Emery,Henry,533. Ene ant, 324.Enniot,888.Ernout[?J,1845.Erquart,592.Esmangart,Charles,776,867,1841.Esnau1t,360.Estens,1717.Eurieu1t,2216.Evrard,2292.Ewrand,1746. Eyme, D.,1867.Fadou,700.Faignon,B.,420.Faille,1340.Faraud,2046.Farrat,JulesMarieHercu1e,1631.Farroui1,J.,678.Farroui1h,Andre,1824.Faugas,1151. Faure ditPetiton,1861.Faurecesy,2041.Faures,1423.Felix,1096,1517.Ferand,Guillaume,517.Feriet,Miguel,1557.Fermin,755.Feroux(orFerou),Laurent,2045.Ferrand(orFerrant),L.478,1444,1460,1478,1529,1540,1548,1550,1558,1561,1599,1670,1682,1817,1827,1830,1836-37,1875,1879,2180.Ferrant,Joseph,1760.

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CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS316Figaro,255.Figeau,132-33.Fi11assiere,2103.Fistres,1781.F1euriot,JeanBaptiste,71,193.Fleury,1011a,1019.Folly,619.Fontaine,980,1045,1392,1512,2081,2171.Fontanges, 8.Forfait,PierreAlexandreL.,64,702,2165.Forte,Thomas,1764.Foucaud, 883." Foucault,268.Fourcade,311,1001.Fournier,Claude,1632.Fournier,(Mme.),1423.Fradin,528,671,679,1539.Francisco,Jean,335. Andre,see Andre JeanL.,396.Franiatte,Joseph,65.Frasau,Enoix,260.Fressinet,Philibert,578,981,1120,1255,1270,1279,1286,1311,1322,1334,1355,1418,1422,1429,1434,1447,1454,1457,1464-69,1523-24,1537,1549,1617,1620-23,1663,1669,1687,1739,1856,1868, 1871,1894,1896-97,1904,1925,1927,1937,1939-41,1947,2045,2128,2209-10.Froidevaux,523,1772,1785,1806.Fromage,1171.Gaerthe,1767.Gal,539.Ga1baud,Cesar,29. 167,176,195,248, 257,381.Gambart,162.Gambin, Abbe, 476.Garcia,842.Gariseau,1115.Garnier,1998.Garnison,90.Gashe1,fils,164.Gaudaire,772,827.Gaudin,2211.Gaudoin,1356.Gauthier,47.Gavo1a,1990,2086-87.Gazan,Alexandre,1965,1969.Genevois,1574.Genty,758,1365,1367,1388,1391,1394.Geoffroy,558.Gerard,631-32,640.Gerard,Adjutant,724,1030,1037,1280,1295,1312.Gerbier,75.Gillet,2071 .. Girard,Raymondde,1556,2212.Giroust,MartelB.,1486a.Giroust,SophieMartel,1486a,1572.Glasson,1542.Gobert,1528.Godart,1789.Gombau1t(orGombaut),1421,1565.Goudin,1962.Gouin,2289.Govin,605.Gramont,1616,1799.Grandin,9.GrandpreyLefessier,seeLefessierGrandprey.Grandsaigne(orGrandSaigne),Hypolite,1365,1388,1394,1398,1738.Grange,1005.Grazzia,903.Grebert,1346,1745.Griffaud,2304.Groigny,16.Guibert,Pierre,172.Guidonet,Victor,1340.Guignace,310.Guignod,1807,2213.Guyon,206.Hall,1457.Ha11ans,George,1717.Halley,43.Haraneder,L.,694.Hardoliine,596.Hardy(orHardi),Jean,121,130,134,148-49,152-54,160,168, 171,173-74,207,375.Haudaudine,1693,1706,1771.Hedouvi11e, Harie TheodoreJoseph,47.Hedouvi11e,General,40.Helle,35.Henriot,532,534.Henry,253,409,2214.Herion,1825.Hertaux,1136.Hugues,Victor,2296.Huguet,830.Huin,Christophe,223,237,245,382,434,963,1088,1100,1239,1301,

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317INDEXOFNAMES1313,1387,1596,1803.Hu1isse(orHu1ysse),Jean,378,1036,1041,2199.Id1inger,JosephAntoine,84,141,185-86,191-92,496-97,569a,1347,1349,1356,1423,1512,1569a.Ignace,244.Isac,648.Jablonowski,Ladis1as,901,909,913,919,925,930,935,93839,953,964,986,1044,1092,1104,1116,1119,1121,1126,1135,2215.Jablonowski,PerrotMadame,1121.Jacob,624.Jacques,Antoine,1430.Jacquet,809.Jaume,512,580,2259.Jauvin,J.L.,290,355-56,361,426,447-48,479,518,69090a,695,740,772a,819,822,841,854,868,931,937,1024,1045,1221,1655,1974.Jauvin,M.,709.Jean,Charles,282.JeanCharles,388.Jedonne,369.Joannot,1923.Jo1iveux,Laurent,258.Joly,Armand,981.Jo1y,Jean,981.Jorand,1059,1903,1990.Jorez,1072.Jouberton,481.Jouette,567,570,575,579.Joui11e,Debas,1541.Jou1ies,1575.Jousseaume,Ditouche,897,1050,1069,1890.Jui1bert,2216.Ju1bin,1462.Ju11ien,Hazard,2022,2028.Junot,1084.Katon,1691.Ke11offer,2030.Kern, Frederic, 1307.Kerret,M.H.,33.Kerve1eyan,1591.Kerversau(orKerverseau),66,77,249,585,1343,1407,1420,1606,2019,2093,2138,2175,2217,2267.Kippert,2209.Koch,C.,130 7.Labadie,Joseph,248,449.Labariere,2113.LaBarriere,1714.Labarthe,196,2153.Labat,761.Labatde,490.Labate,739,744.Labatet,644.Labe1inaye,Louis,1570.LaBoucher,1821.LaBounchiere,59.Labrosse,1718.LaCarriere,1352.Lachaise,Viard,1425./LachartredeSevignac,1832.LaChene,de,2291.Lachiche,520.Lachiche,1731,1739.Lachisse,488.Lacombe,1748-49.La Combe,de,7.Lacosse,1169,1186-87,1488.Lacou1e,572.LaCour,551.Lacroix,585.Lacroix(orLaCroix), JosephPamphi1e,267,1475,1592,1608.LaCroix, Irenee de,1698.Lacroix,(archivistedugouvernement) ,308.Lacroix, (Directeur de La Douane) ,1630.Lacroix,(ingenieur),467.Lacrosse,JeanBaptisteRaymond,146,259-60,702,1335,1382,1794,2190.LacroyeMontasquieu,seeMontas-quieu-Lacroye.LaDouceur,Louis,876.Lafargue,2218.Lafond,597,604.Lafond,Onzime,1715.Lafoutant,348. LaFrance(orLafrance),Paul,376,793,898,1038,1052,1152,1761,2219.Lagrange,164.Lajonquiere,Charles,1880,1934,1945,2047,2104.La1ame,693,1126.La1ance,130,612,747,838,965,984,993,999,1039,1077,1437,2221.L'A11emand(orLallemand), 1066,1084,1471,2050,2053,

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CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS3182055,2058,2062,2066,2074,2199. L'A11emand (artisteveterinaire), 1895.LaLuzerne(orLaLucerne), Cesar Henri,13,17.Lamahutier,Duvivierde,921.Lamarque,1198,1202.LaMarte11iere,1746.Lamartiniere(orLaMartiniere),LouisDaure,188,390,703,1105-06,1049,1203,1259,1288.Lambert,1783a.LaMervei11ere,24-25.Lamo11iere,Benjamin,1570.Lamothe,1057.LamourDerance(orDeRance),1341,1497. Lanchamp(orLangchamp),825,891,1281,1383,1389-90,1399,1489,1492,1494,1498,1500,1503,1508,1518,1534, 1595,1603,1608,1649-50,1673-74,1692,1695,1701,1709,1713,1719,1722,1779,1804,1808,1814,1846,1849,1872,1876,1892,1906-07,1912,1914,1934-35,1951-52,1955-56,1958,1975,1979,2017,2020,2038,2051-52,2077,2080,2116,2121,213233,2161-62,2164,2170-74.Lang1ade,378.Lang1adePronzat,seePronzatdeLang1ade.Lannes,313.Lanon,1410.Lansas,Louis,110.Lapaquerie,J.B.,624.Lapeyrere,1638,1641-42.Laplace,79,1344.Laplume,60,95,472,572,710,778,923,1069,1218,1226,1344,1373,1407,1427,1486,1525,1577,1686,2281. Lapoype(orLapoipe),1750-52,1786,1809-10,1815,1850,1853-54,1919,1921,1923,1938,1970,1986,2007,201012, 2023-24, 2026-30,203233,2036,2039,2092,2099.Larca1,82.Laroque,550,660.La Rouge,14.Laroze(orLarose),769, 818, 909.Lartigne,Robin,815.Lartigue,1873.Lasalle,1103.LaSerre,15,17.Lastour,HenryCharles,2222.Lastours,647.Latouche-Trevi11e,Louis Rene MadeleineLeVassarde,139b,200,290a,293,362,679,1094a-95,1174,1182,1349,1352,1388,1391,1394,1445,1B41, 2198.LaTourduPin,Jean Frederic de,10.Lattre,Albertde,89.Laumin,23.Laurent,MichaelGustave,2140.Laurent,PierreNicolas,1378.Lauye,1157.Lavache,Guillaume,265-66.Lavalette(orLaVa1ette),J.,140,193,269-70,272,279-80,283-85,289,291,294-95,303,312,321, 330,335-36,339,343,351,35759,363-64,369-71,374,377,379,383,386,390,393,397,400,402,404-06,411,416,421,427,42930,435,440,443,450,457,463,468,473-74,475,480-83,485-88,493,498-99,505-06,SOB,519-21,524-25,529,535,541,551-52,55758,583,586,590-91,594,598-601,603,605,607,620,627,633,643, 654,661-62,672,676,680,719,721,725a,727,819,852,863,869, 888,909,965,1105,1169,1448,1456,1754,2201,2223,2303.Lavallee,1633.Layne,45.Lazar(orLazare),624,653.LeBlanc,1179.Lebosse,659.Lebrun,(Capitaine),1192.Lebrun,(Consul),1199.LeCharpentiere,1525.Leclerc,(Mme.),321,404.Leclerc,[Paul?],704.Leclerc,VictorEmmanuel,20,35,61,73,76,89,103,111,114,117-18,120-21,125-27a,129-30,137,139b-d,141-44,146,158-60,16263,168,.171,173-74,185-86,19192,200,208,217-18,224-25,230,239,246-47,259-63,273-77,281,286,292-93,296,299-301,304-07,309,313,322-23,337,344-45,365,

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319INDEXOFNAMES372,384,409,464,489,492,496,500,509-10,513,530,536-37,542-43,553-55,560,563-64,568,569a,571,585,595,608-09,621-23,628-29,634-36,644-45,649-50,65556,658,663-64,668-70,67374,677,681-87,694,696-97,700,705,716,732,741,750,751-52,758-60,764-65,767, 773,782-88,794,808,816,820-22,831,835-36,839,842-43,849,875,882-83,889,907,914,928,932,94041,957,960,966-67,973-76,1000,1012,1025,1039,106064,1070-72,1074,1091,109499,1107-08,1114-15,1125,1127-30,1137,1141,1143-45,1148,1153-54,1158-59,1162,1165-66,1168,1170-73,1182,1188,1192,1199,1204-05, 1213-14,1220-21,1227,1238,1265,1304,1335,1343,1347,1370,1404,1416-17,1419,1426,1445,1450,1543-44,1552,1762,1779,1799,2066,2190,2194a,2216,2225-39,2243,2245,2248,2275,2281,2284,2286.Leclerc,(coloneld'infanterie),2179a.Lecocq,1658.Lefebure,(Chef du rer Bataillon),2240. Lefebure,(Corronandantde l'Armee au Mole), 1274.Lefebure,(negociantde Paris), 978,1974.Leferonnais,Charles,709.Lefessier-Grandprey,1487,1504.Lefeuvredesance,949.Lefevre,340,375,601,666,729,1246,1752.LefevredeLuce,1651.Lefranc,1373.Legrand,1114,1320,1792.Legras,33.Legros,358.Leguy,Charles,1616.Lehman,248.Lemaire,59.Lemes1e,1693,1706,1771.Lemmon,John,1762,1764.Lemoine,1180,1401.Lemoine-Collet,526.LeNair, (inspecteur des douanes) ,1851.Lenoir, (secretairegenerql), 554.Lepage,1247.Lequoi-Mongiraud(orLequoy-Mongiraud),F.J.,569a,628,822,875,889,932-33,1221,1420,1613,2093,2126,2241.Leroy,P.,646,1811,1948.L'Espinasse,lejeune,727,1525,1939.LeSueur,Augustin,1250.Leuchet,2242.LeVaillant,1696,1707.Levaisseaux,1131.LeVassardeLatouche-Trevi11e,Louis Rene Madeleine,seeLatoucheTrevi11e,Louis Rene MadeleineLeVassarde. L'Evee11ie, 74.Leveille,2194.L'Honore,529.L'Hostre,804.Liemen, 37.Lienard,1966.Lindo,Alexandre,1597,1604,1710, 1720,1725,1756,1877.Lindor,JeanPierre,1702,2243.Lioni,795.Liot,Charles 436.Lis1es,Moreaude,seeMoreau deLis1es.Lochyer,2149.Lodart,395a.Loiseau,JeanLouis,1236.Lombard,778,997.Lombart,1688,1734.Longchamps,367,1392.Loredo,JosephMarie,2242.Lorgamisson,797.Loring,SirJohn \.Jentworth '.2004-05,2025,2105,2111,2122,2125,2148-49,2168,2176-78.Lorriet,1667.Loucens,Louis,132-33.Louer[?J,1183.Louis,765.LouisXV,RoideFrance,5.Louverture,Issac,116,1479.Louverture,Paul,59, 284_ Louverture,P1acide,116,1479.Louverture(orL'Ouverture),Tous-saint Dominique,42,62,66,74-75,77,84,100,107,112,113a,116,122-24,128,131,135,139a,147,163,167,185,188-89,195,198,220,226-28,

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CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS320237,241,255,265-66,287,298,308,317,327,332-33,346,371,388,454,539,552,624,842,950,1098,1220,2277,2305.Loverti.er,1458.Lovin,324,501,592,725-25a.Low,700.Loyez,78.Lubin-Hadicourt,869.Lucas,Toussaint,714.Luce,Lefevrede,seeLefevredeLuce.Lucottes,2071.Ludot,Antoine,1484,1505,1509,1519-21,1526-28,1535-36,1538,1545,164142,1646,1659,1664,1702,1714,1723,1763,1812,1847-48,1875,1881-85,1894,1896,1908,1931-32,1953,1961,1971,2006,2014,2035,2192.Lujuin,D.,1057.Lusquet,1667.Luthier,1801.Lux,801,899,1244,1327,1457,1549,1684.Luzerne, Cesar Henri,seeLaLuzerne, Cesar Henri.Luzy,1972,1987-88,1991,2001,2013,2034,2064-65,2071,2087,2100,2112,2119,2127,2136-37,2154-55,2159,216667.Madier,Baptiste,624,648,1845.Maffrand,1167,1177,1185,1857.Magny,Etienne,1162.Magnytot,2051,2102,2113, 2130, 2134.Magon,Charles,113,119,464,1624,2272.Maillard,L.A.,1173,1617-18,1622,1676.Mai11es,2102.Maillet,139.Mai11on,P1aton,109.Maillot,2131.Mainvie11e,2227.Maissard,1352.Ma1broue,624.Ma1brouk,13,653.Malenfant,Charles,103,2247.Ma1esherbes,13.Mallard,1853.Ma11espine,M.,187.Mallet,1544. Hans in,1667.Marbois t-1arb ede, Franc;ois, seeBarbedeMarbois, Marcei11an,490,761,1514.Marce1es,1606.Marci11y,1350.Marda1on,772.Margeret,412,458,483a,584,648a,853.Marie-Anne,95,105.Marie-Jeanne,2248.Marion,J.,624.Mariotte,436a.Marrcus(orMarcus),855.Mars, 1634.Martial-Besse,474a,483a-84,502,523,538,556,569,587,610,637.Martin,1583.Martin,Edouard,1643,1652,1828.Martin,J.J.,2249.Martin,Jean,823. Hary, 1447,1549,1556.Masse,1833.Massieu,2250.Masso1,1499,2302.Matheux,2197.Mathie,1396.Mathieu,(chefde brigade), 119,1361,1981.Mathieu, (ex-commando:at deJean Rabel), 2191,2251.Maucher,Henri,JosephandVictoire,64,2165.Mauc1air,VictoireF.,1968.Maupas,Charles,1364.Maurepas,seeMorpas.Maurin,403,451.Maxie,Gaspard,1053.Hayandon,42.Mayer,2294.Mayne,246.MedinaGalindo, Jose, 979-80.Medous,1820. Heget, Etienne,2252.Meiffren,Joseph,1647,1664.Meisbie11e,R.,58.Mentor,2194. Meon, Mallon,2293.Mercier,Louis,2193.Merck,657,742,1336,2254.Merlo,Antoine,979.Mersseau,129.Mes1on,490,761.Meyere,MarieLouise,9.Michaud,Jean,10.

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321INDEXOFNAMESMicou1in, anne, 96.Miguet,133a-34,150.Mi1et,2009.Mi11ot,Emard,445,461,1013.Minuty,93,503,684,1328,1370,1402,1734,1932,1961,1997,2035,2050,2053-55,2058,2062,2066,2068-69,2074,2114.Mobi11ard,1915.Moffet,847. Moise(orMoyse),729.Momoret, 27.Monaide,Poussepin,425.Moncey,70.Moncharmont,1628,2256.Mondesir,Fi1die,2085.Monta1ieu,1988.Montar1et,Sezi1e,2131.Montasquieu-Lacroye,705. Montauban,161.Montfalcon,2025a,2045,2084.Mont1ahue,35.Moore,1725,2174. Mopard,1391,1394.Morales,Antoine,1822.Morand,177,1585.Moreau,Casimir,94.Moreau, 1313.Moreau deLis1es,1433,1542,1689,2078.Morel,Louis,1897.Morgan,1463,1575.Morigny,M.de,3.Morpas,Jacques,645,1162.Moubi11y,1800.Moucey,106,544.Mouche,1493.Moucher,Julien,1602.Moucher,Victoire Felicite, 1602.Mouchet,2302.Moud[?J,942.Mou1ut(orMou11ut),Antoine,48,51,53,943,1146,1351-52,1403,1446,1470,1495,1498a,1629,1644-45,1648,1653,1675-76,1873,1901,1924,1933,1972,1992-93,2001,2046,2136-37,2156-58,225758.Mousuier,1962.Moutet,1072.Moyse,100.Mugnoz(orMunoz),Andre,82.Mu1ette,1498a.Murat,1755.NajacdeBuissy,1909.Nanteui1,2118.Narisse,1036.Naverre,561,616,619,1325,1426. Negere, 551.Neraud,Gilbert,611,717,809, 840,856-57,934,950,958,968,1026,1031,1100,1253,1266,1308,1372,1376,1387,1405, 1412,1414,1459,1829,2109,2259-62.Neret,1211,1236.Nerette,596,638-39,718,768,1090,1101,1109,1155,1291a,1320,1357,1384a,1386,1513-15,1525,1582,1839.Neron,Alexis,818.Nesme[?J,726. Netherwood(orNeterwood),687,1834,1914.Nice,F.M.,26.Nice,JeanMichel,1805.Nice,Michel Fran9ois, 21,60,1805.Nicolas,1610.Nicolas,JeanPierre,391,482.Nicolas,(Adjudantmajor),1350.Nicolau,1858,1871.Noai11es,Louis,1281,1445,1471,1580,1586,2052.Noblet,582.Nonez,R.,43.Normand,1553.Notard, aine, 2002.Nozei11e,1044,1271.Nugent,SirGeorge,337,1192,1580,1586,1725.01eyn,1307.Olivier,1607.011aguier,2270.01yn,2011.Oudinot,1247.Ouvertut,1356.Pacanes,240-41.Pageot, Fran90is Sebastien,226,296,346,384,504,658,743,762,769,796-97,802,817-18,823,858,873,884,908-09, 915-16,924-25,935,944-45,948,994,1001,1004,1006-07, 1014-15,1029,1046,1054-55,1065,1075,1138,1149,1164,1222,1230,1256,1296,1306,1321,1338,1348,1358,1371,1375,1381,1384-84a,1395,140608,1424,1453-54,1472,1491,1493,1501,1510-11,1516,1531,

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CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS3221537a-b,1539,1559,1573-74,1588,1625-25a,1630,163637,1657-58,1667,1715,1724,1736,1790-91,1821,1855,1859,1862-63,1888-90,1893,1948-50,2141-42,2271.PageotDesmoniere,1963.Paget,385.Pai,32.Pai11ier,531.Pa11ier,1510.Panier,Jean,1123,1147.Panisse,Pierre,691,701,706,712-13,719,727-28,733-34,736,739,744-45,748,75355,763,766,770,774,777,779-80,789,798,810-11,814, 837,844,850,862,870,874,876-78,885,890,900,910-11,917-18,926,936,946,951-52,959,969,977,985,995,100202a,1008-10,1016,1027,1030,1032,1047,1051,1066-67,1078,1085,1102,1110,1160,1184,1189,1193,1200,1206,1223-24,1231,1233,1240,1245,1248,1254,1257,1260,1267,1272,1280,1282,1292,1295,1297,1302,1312,135960,1366,1409,1415, 1448, 1456,1743,1783a-84,1910, 1920,1926,1928,1937,194041,1946.Papin,E.,108,1089.Paquet,Anne,2097.Paris,2034,2064-65.Pascal,378,1510,1591,1615,1865,2272.Paul,210.Pauly,1309.Pavarange,1103.Pelage,260,1291a.Pettet,1962.Pelletier,40.Pe11issiere(orPe11issier),L.,314,422,452,640,714,749,978-80,1677,1725,1777, 1816,1869-70,1877-78,1958.Pentif,2010.Perdrie1,718.Peres(orPerez),[Auguste?],322,2273.Perodin,Lazare,2274.Perodin, aine, 278.Peronne,196.Perret,1486.Perrin,918.Perroud(orPeroud),Henri,292a,325,373,412a-14,437,442, 459,2025b,2081,2084,2139-40.Petion,Alexandre,1387,1497,1669.Petit,156.Petit,Bernard,1565.Petitgo,1124.Pichot,G.V.,707,720-21,832,1035,1048,1598.Pierre,(Capitaine),316.Pierre,(Commissaire general dePolice),1139.PierreMichel,1143.Pierret,751,1462.Pierrot,Jean,30.PierrotMaximien,648.Pignard, Edme, 331,392.Pignate11e,2017.Pilate,1162.Pillet,423,1678.Pin,LaTourdu,Jean Frederic de,seeLaTourduPin,Jean Frederic de.Pinchinet,2194. Pioge, 453,2275.Piquet,927.Pitray,J.,97.P1anteau,511,1076,1242.Ploy,1288,1293.Plume,76.Plunkett,Jean,2277.Pointe,1261.Poisson,P.,1589.Pondevau1t,1886-87.Pons, R.J.de,1416-17,2070.Pont,249,271.Porchet,31.Portier,2212.Poster,209.Potard,1423,2113.Pourvine,648.Pouzin,Antoine Mathieu, 1602,1968,2165.Pouzin,AugustinEdouard,1967.Poyer,Gustave,588.Praderes,1177.Prevost,Cyr,315,326.Prevost,(Mme.),1356.Prevost, (President du Tribunal de premiere Instance),1367,1392,1394.Prevost-Monfort,JeandeDieu,1502,1874.

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323INDEXOFNAMESProndeau,1832.PronzatdeLang1ade,833.Proth,1017.Prunier,Joseph,2021,2028.Puquet,824,845.Puton,MarcAntoineJoseph Frederic, 912.Puysegure,1660.Quantin,894,901,913,919,935, 947,953-54,981,986-87,996,1018-19,1033,1040,1073,1076,1079,1081-82,1086,1122,1150,1161,"1201,1225,1234-35,1238,1241,1246,1258,1262,1268,1273,128384,1289-90,1298-99,1316,1322-23,1326,1333-33a,1368,1372,1376-77,1415,1418,1434-35a,1438-42,1451-52,1460,1473-76,1480-81,1485,1523,1529-30,1537,1540-41,1548,1550-51,1558,1560-62, 1566-69,1571,1593-94,1599,1609,1639-40,1661,1666, 1670,1682-83,1696,1702-03,1707,1711,1716,1721,1729,1737,1744-46,1753,1759,1772-73,1783,1785,1797-98,1800,1806,1817,1827,1830,1836-37,1842-43,1864,1879,1902,1942-43,2282.Quesne,1178.Quimbe,Baufond,904.Rabel,Jean,1810.Raimbau1t,1496.Ramee,342.Rau1et,812,828,1320,1376a,1384a,1386.Raume,464.Remoussin,859. Rene, 688,712.Repussard,Faustin,165,172, 178,194,197,231,238,366,465,602,692,799,848,851,902,986,1076,1111,1242,1263.Rey(orRay),140,297,310,347,438,514.Reynolds,J.A.,886.Reynuard,2048.Ricard,1828,2288.Riche11e,1975,2116,2143-45,2162, 2172-73.Richemont,1436.Richepanse,1094a-95.Ricard,Alexandre,1139.Rigaud,Andre,174,363,1552,2194.Rigaud,fils,1407.Rime,1755.Rimes[1J,1443.Rippert,Alexandre,1464,1697.Rivecourt,515.RiviereduNord,1698.Robbe,1197-98,1202,1207.Robion-Lavrignais,1576.Rochambeau,DonatienMarieJosephde Vimeurde,20,70,78-79,8688,90-91,94,96,98-99,106,108,136,138-39,145-46, 154,156-57,164-67,168b-170,172,175-76,179-84,187,190,194-97,199,201-05,207,209,211-16,219,222-23,226-27,.23138,240-45, 24R-54, 256-58,264,267,269-72,278-80,283-85,28891,294-97,302-03,310-12,31415,318-21,325-26,328-31,33336,338-43,346-61,363-64,36771,373-87,389-93,395-408,41035,436a-50,452-53,455-63,46566,468,470-483,484,486-88,490-91,493-95,498-99,501-08, 511-12,514-22,524-27,529,53133,535,538-41,544-49,551-52,556-59,561-62,565-67,569,570,572-75,577-84,586-94,596-602,604-07,610-20,625-27,630-31,633,637-43,646,648,651-54,65758,660-62,665-67,672,675-76,678,680,687-93,699,701,706-10,712-15,717-20,722-25,726-31,733-38,742-45,747-49,750a,75354,756-57,761-63,766,768-71,774-81,789-93,795-99,801-02,804-07,809-11,813,815,817-18,823-30,832-33,837-38,840-41,844-48,850,853,856-62,864,866-68,870-71,873-74,876-81,884-88,890-93,895-913,915-23, 925-27,929-31,934-39,942,94447,950-53,955-56,958-65,96872,977-79,981-86,988-96,998 1001-03,1005-09,1011,101320,1022-24,1026-28,1030-34,1036-59,1065-69,1073,1075,1077-85,1087-89,1090,1092,1100,1102,1104-06,1109-13,1116-18,1120-24,1126,1131-361138-40,1146-47,1149-52,115556,1160-61,1163-64,1167,1169,1176-81,1183-87,1189-91,119396,1200-03,1206-12,1215-19,

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CALENDAROFROCHAMBEAUPAPERS3241222-26,1228-29,1231-37,1239-46,1247-49,1252-53, 1255-64,1266-73,1275-90,1292-1303,1305,1307-09,131117,1320-23,1326-29,1333-33a,1336,1338-40,1342-44,134648,1352-54,1357-64,1366,1368-72,1374-76,1377,137980,1383-87,1389-90,1393,1396-1418,1420-22,1424-25,1427-36,1438-56,1459-65,1467-70,1472-77,1481-98,1499-1503,1506-11,1513-16, 1518-21,1524-25,1527-32,1534-37,1537b-47,1549-69,1570-88,1590-1601,1603-16,1618-25,1626-30,1636-37,1640-43,1645-46,1648-55,1657,1658-65,1667-89,169198,1700-01,1703-17,1718-39,1741-42,1744-47,1749-57,1759-65,1768-71,1773-82,1783,1784,1786-93,1795-96,1798-1803,1805-07,1809-10,1812-25,1828,1830-32,1834-35,1837,1839-47,1849-57,185960,1862-73,1876-79,1881-93,1895-98,1900-02,1905-14,1919-35,1938-39,1941-47,1949,1952-61,1964,1969-83, 1986-89,1991,1994-95,1997,2000-01,2003-14,2017-20,2023-47,2049,2051-55,2058,2062-68,2070-80,2082-83,2085-88,2091-96,2098-2101,2104-06,2110-12,2114-17,2119-29,2131-36,2140-46,2148-49,2154-55,2159,216164,2166-68,2170,2172,217579,2183-86,2189,2191,2193,2198-2200,2202-05,2209-12,2214-15,2217-19,2222-23,2233,2240-41,2249-52,2254,2256,2258-62,2270-72,2274,2289,2295,2297,2300,2302,2304.Rochambeau, (Mme.),1084,1496,1690,1693,1706,1771,1799.Romain,198.Rondon, 750. Roos,1275,1840,1898,2070,2079,2126,2138,2146,2217.Ropigna1,213.Rosario,1410.Ross,2176.Rouanez,1992.Rouch,JeanAntoine,1487,1504.Roume,55,221.Rousseau,J.,624.Rouvier,JeanGaspard,1690,2296.Roy,863,1049.Ruaud,1468.Ruby,J.B.,641,1054, 1950,2003.Sabes,Pascal,1699,2048.Sabes,(Mme.),1589.Sacque1eu,1377.SaintAurin,1807.SaintFremont,1614,1778.SaintGirond,755.SaintJacques,1129.SaintJames,GeorgeJ.,562,937,1459.SaintJulien,454.SaintMartin,184,190,381,446,460,625,715,749,971,2297.SaintOnart,744.SaintPaul,2175.SaintSauveur,(Mme.) Raymondde,1731,1733.Saint-Simon,1879.Sa110nieredeBa11eray,LouisJean,9.Sa1me(orSa1m) ,210.Salmon,Alexandre,387,405,590,603,2233.Sa1vigny,419.SansSouci,JeanBaptiste,188.SansSoucy,Jerome,189.SantoDomingo,Balthazar,139b,928.Sarrazin"(orSarazin),1291,1818,1916,1950a,1954,2031,2036.Savigny, Scudery,274.Segrettier,78.Segrettine,903,1041,1393.Seignette,320.Se1ve,Michel,924. Sere, 671.Seriziat,Charles,201.Serusaugai,719. Simon,GenevieveJennyHenault,1431.Simonim,Georges,2124.Simour,JeanBaptiste,1020,1208.Smith,S.,1276,1278,1344,1764.Somanos,705.Sonthonax, LegerFelicite, 31,65,2188,2298.Sorbier,1369.Spital,1818.

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325INDEXOFNAMESStave1ot,1203,1300,1605.Stubbs,Wade,1917,1921,1973.Suchet,70.Susini,P.,1.Tacot,333.Tantanson,Louis Helene Camille,(femme deDavidTilden),91.Tardy,1992.Taupier,1174-75,1182,1188.Terrason,C.,219.Tessier,1425.Theuret,1068.Thevedau,62.Theveneau,26.Thibaudeau,1876.Thib au1t,1014.Tho1oze,219,2034, 2064-65. Thomas,2147.Thomas,Jean,2300.Thomasson,438.Thomaux(orTomaux),Pierre,1838.Thotou,1802.Thounins,1425.Thouvenot,69,174,746,1214,1274,1310,1490,1517,1568,1898-99,1904,1991,1998,2064.Tiffon,1992.Tilden,David,91.Tirol,2126.Titus,202-04,211,214-15,227,232,240-41,250-51,257.Tourtouron,904.Toussaint,(ex-officierde la Compagnie de Gendarmerie dePolice),1209.Toussaint,(femme),624,653.Toussy,2102.Touzard(orTousard),1361,1410,1506,1675,1834,2302.Treboute,212,264,1794-95.Treui1,469,882.Trezy,1352.Trobrian(orTrobriand),585,1555.Troche(orTrouche),1456,1512.Troy,David,698,1028,1152, 1249,1259,1803,1964,2303.Urbain,157,167,168a,179-81,213,233-35,254,455,538,719.Usi11ion,Bosonde,JeanLouis,seeBosond'Usi11ion,JeanLouis.Vaivrez(orVaivres),G.,1576,1733,2165.Va1abregueDevigne,seeDevigneVa1abregue.Va1dec-Boudinhon,1781.Va1dony,1461,1606,1626,1796,1851,1922,1929,1969,1989,2049,2093-94,2126,2146,2304.Va1eme,A1exi,1089a,1176.Va11arch,2146.Vanduffe1,574.Vanmeerbeke,2117.Vassal,Jean Louis,1140.Vate1,598,603.Vaugadin,846,1021.Vauthieu,436a.Veer,Abrahamde,1758,1767,1782.Ve1astur,1438.Verbreghe,JeanMarie,182,1621.Vermonet,1172,1205,2225.Vernet,Andre,112,113a,116,12224,128,131,135,139a,228,255,265,282,287,298,316, 332,388, 913,2305.Vernier,547,1348.Verrier,Joseph,2165.Via11et(orVia1et),Pierre,559,1183,1210,1269,1406.Viau,2192.Viavant, Augustin,963. Vie, 1332.Viette,485,519.Vieyners[?J,1727.Vignar,Latrimer[?J,1679.Vignier,2089.Vi11arcy,2217.Vi11aret-Joyeuse,LouisThomas,139b,184,715.Villeneuve,1329.Villers,JeanCharlesGeorgesHi11ebrantde,129.Vi11estiveau,177.Vincent,[Alexandre?], (Directeur deFortificationsdeSt.Domingue),18-20,28,36,39,49-50,52,57,63,72,2306-07.Vincent(Capitainecommandant laGendarmerie maritime),1181.Vives,2019.Vogrenanne,Nicolas,105.Voisin,J.M.,1655,1980,1984-85,1999,2172,2174.Volant,646,660,825,891,1194,1275, 1324, 1379,1502,1603,1880,1934,1945.Vrick,428.Wante,1170.

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,X (Calendar of Rockambeau Popers



















































THE VICOMTE DE ROCHAMBEAU
Son of the Marichal
(After an anonymous contemporary portrait. Collection of the
Chateau de Rochambeau)










X (e0alenJar of Rocambeau Pa ers

at iLe

C(University Of fiorda jLLraries


Compiled by
Laura V. Monti











UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA LIBRARIES
Gainesville / 1972
























Copyright 1972 by the State of Florida Board of Trustees
of the Internal Improvement Trust Fund













All Rights Reserved







Designed by Stanley D. Harris










Library of Congress
Catalog Card No. 72-91130

ISBN-0-8130-0377-6


Printed in Florida


























To my sister Alicia J.
and to my friend Jean Hixson






















AcknowleJgments



The gratitude and thanks of the Editor go first to the Institut Fran-
gais de Washington and the Society for French Historical Studies for the
award of the Chinard Prize, which made possible the publication of this
Calendar; also to Dr. Frances Childs of the Chinard Prize Committee for
her constant support of this endeavor; to Dr. Howard C. Rice of the same
Committee for his valuable suggestions; to Dr. Claude Sturgill of the
History Department at the University of Florida, and Mlle. M. Lenoir,
Conservateur en chef des Archives de la Guerre, for their help in identi-
fying certain signatures; to the University of Florida Libraries in the
person of Dr. Gustave Harrer for sharing the expenses of this publication;
to the members of the staff of the Special Collections Department: Mrs.
Sylvia San Martin for her assistance; Miss Lynne Tartakow for her careful
and alert handling of the manuscript, and finally to Miss Linda Andes who
read and corrected it, and whose accurate and meticulous typing made this
offset publication format possible.






















Contents



Introduction 1

Abbreviations 6

Observations 7

The Calendar 9

Notes 308

Index of Names 310

Sources Consulted 327
























Introduction



It seems fitting that the Institut Frangais de Washington and the
Society for French Historical Studies, in order to further research in the
French American field, awarded jointly in 1971 the Chinard Prize to the
publication of a calendar of the papers of General Donatien Marie Joseph
de Vimeur de Rochambeau, famous son of a more famous father, both connected
to the American War of Independence.
When Jean Baptiste Donatien de Vimeur, Count of Rochambeau, was given
the command of the troops by Louis XVI, who had at last decided to send
help to the Americans in their fight for freedom, Donatien Marie Joseph
accompanied his father with the rank of Aide major general de Logis.
Though still very young, he fought beside his father, taking an active
part in the war. Both were distinguished by General Washington for their
service to the American cause. The father was made member of the Order
of Cincinnati and the Senate presented him with pieces of cannon taken
from the enemy and engraved with an inscription honoring the General's
arms. His son too became a member of that order once back in France. The
king, in his turn, greatly honored Count Rochambeau for his conduct over-
seas.
Some years later the young Rochambeau was appointed Lieutenant gdne-
ral du Roi. Called to be commander of Windward Island, where he was to
replace Behague, he departed for Saint Domingue where he found the insur-
rection breaking out, repressed it and then went to Martinique. Here he
met the opposition of the royalists who, with Behague as their leader,
had joined the English against French Republicans. Rochambeau defeated
the royalists and prevented them from taking Guadeloupe and Sainte Lucie.
By then he was infused with the ideals of the Revolution and wanted free-
dom for the colonies.
In 1793 the English tried again to take Martinique, with 14,000 men.
Rochambeau with only a handful of men, five hundred in all, divided his
forces and resisted siege in Forts Bourbon and Royal; but while he was
out harassing the enemy and foraging for provisions the rumor spread that
he had deserted. The Municipalite, which disliked him, appointed a coun-
cil that opened the doors of the city to the besiegers. Though Rocham-
beau and his soldiers defended the forts with loyalty, courage and long
resistance, Fort Royal was finally obliged to surrender, and the General
himself was taken prisoner. Being at this time a sick and exhausted man,
he was freed on condition that he would not fight in the colonies any
longer.
At this point, Washington invited him to come to Philadelphia and
he accepted. While there he received great signs of esteem from the Presi-
dent and the American people. From the United States he sent a report of
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his actions to France, a report that never reached the Convention because
Robespierre, bitter enemy of the colonies, imprisoned the messengers.
When Robespierre died Rochambeau returned to France and in 1796 he
was appointed governor of Saint Domingue. Setting out with four hundred
men he arrived in May only to find that the Southern Part was in up-
heaval.
In his position of authority he tried to calm excited spirits and
restore order, but met with serious obstacles in the ill will of the mil-
itary leaders under his command, and of the commissaires civil. In
coalition they were able to oust Rochambeau from his office and send him
back to France.
For some time he remained in disgrace in the eyes of the French
government, but by 1798 he had recovered all his ranks and honors and
subsequently commanded certain divisions in both Austria and Italy, where
he distinguished himself again and again.
When in 1802 the great expedition to Saint Domingue was organized
under the command of General Leclerc, Rochambeau, because of his special
knowledge of the colony, was called to be second in command.
As soon as the expedition arrived on the island Rochambeau had to
face Gouverneur Toussaint Louverture. Defeating him, the General then
was to deal with the mounting negro insurrection and to face many bloody
encounters.
When General Leclerc succumbed to the yellow fever, Rochambeau be-
came Capitaine general of the colony.
Great hopes arose with his appointment, as is conveyed by his corres-
pondence, but he did not measure up to these hopes because of his anti-
pathy towards the native negro population. He could have had a great in-
fluence upon the situation of St. Domingue; instead he became involved in
a cruel war with Dessalines, each of his victories increasing the cost in
men and money. The number of soldiers declined, famine and sickness sur-
rounded them, and the General suffered an attack of yellow fever.
When the war with England broke out, Dessalines sought out an alli-
ance with the English; consequently Rochambeau was attacked within the
island by Dessalines' strong army, and as he had no reinforcements from
France, he took refuge in Le Cap. At the same time the English navy had
managed to establish a blockade and the General was eventually obliged to
cease his courageous resistance, capitulating to the English commander
Loring on November 30, 1803.
The French part of the island therefore fell into the hands of Des-
salines, who was appointed governor. Rochambeau was taken prisoner, sent
to Jamaica along with the greater part of his soldiers, and later to Eng-
land. In 1805 he was transferred to the prison of Norman-Cross, from
which he was freed in 1811 in an exchange of prisoners between Napoleon
and George III.
In an effort to recover his strength he retired to his chateau,
where he led a quiet life until Napoleon called him back to command a di-
vision of the army going to Germany under the orders of Lauriston. He
fought with honor and courage but, mortally wounded, died in action at
Leipzig in 1813.

General chronology of Rochambeau's life:
1755, August 7 Born in Paris
1769, August 5 Entered the military profession as
sous-lieutenant in the Beganson
Artillery Regiment
1772, March 24 Aide-major in the Auvergne Infantry








INTRODUCTION


1773, July 28
1774, March 24
1779


1779, January 22

1780, July 12

1780, October 28

1781, March 24


1783, February 20
1783, July 7

1791, June 30
1792, July 9

1792, September 28


1793, January 30

1794, March 24


1796, May 12

1796, July 18

1800, January


1801
1801, October 28


1802, February 2

1802, November


1803, November 28

1805

1811, December 6

1813, January 7
1813, January 17


1813, March 31


Captain
Aide-major in the Artois Dragoons
Aide-de-camp to his father, General
Jean Baptiste Donatien de Vimeur
Comte de Rochambeau
Colonel second in command in the
Bourbonnais Infantry
Arrived with his father in Rhode
Island (U.S.A.)
Returned to France to request more
help for his father's campaign
Came back to America on board the
frigate La Concorde, and joined
his father in Boston
Arrived back at Nantes
Colonel in command of the Royal-
Auvergne Infantry
Mar9ohaZ de camp
Lieutenant general in command of the
French Windward Islands
Took refuge in Saint Domingue,
elected governor by the French
adherents in place of D'Esparbes
Went back to the Windward Islands
but was blockaded in Martinique
Surrendered after a siege by the
British of Fort Royal in Marti-
nique
Arrived in Saint Domingue as gover-
nor
Dismissed by the commissioner, Son-
thonax; returned to France
Reinstated by the First Consul as
General de Division and sent with
a division to Italy
Went to Portugal with Leclerc
Was called to form part as a divi-
sion commander of Leclerc's ex-
pedition to Saint Domingue
Arrived in Saint Domingue and took
Fort Dauphin
Upon Leclerc's death Rochambeau be-
came Capitaine general de la Co-
Zonie
Surrendered to the English; was
taken prisoner
Was transferred to the prison of
Norman-Cross in England
Returned to France in an exchange of
prisoners
Returned to service in the army
Was placed in command of the 4th
Division of the Observation Corps
on the Elbe, under General Lauris-
ton
Took command of the 19th Infantry







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Division of the 5th Corps of the
Grande Armde
1813, May 19 Was wounded at the battle of Eich-
bert
1813, September 25 Given the Officer's Cross of the
Legion of Honor
1813, October 20 Died, mortally wounded at the battle
of Leipzig

The above chronology will help to situate in time and space the col-
lection of papers of General Rochambeau in the possession of the Univer-
sity of Florida Libraries.
In 1958, due to the efforts of the former Director, Mr. Stanley West,
and the Assistant Director, Dr. Margaret Knox Goggin, it was possible for
the Library to acquire the nucleus of the collection at the auction of
Sotheby of London. Through the years more documents were added, bought
from Julio Lobo of Madrid, Kraus of New York, and Fischer of Puerto Rico
whose representatives were also at the Sotheby sale.
How the collection came into the hands of this latter bookdealer
could well be in itself a subject for research, because when inquiry was
made in 1971 Sotheby replied that there were no records of provenance.
The descendents of General Rochambeau, Counts Philippe and Michel de Ro-
chambeau, who have been contacted, are equally unaware of the origin of
this material.
The collection provides an inexhaustible source of information for
the history of Saint Domingue (Haiti); it also sheds light on the histo-
ries of Santo Domingo, Jamaica and Martinique.
The most important group of these documents covers the years 1801-
1803, when the negro insurrection and the upheaval in the colony of St.
Domingue reached a point of no return. But there are also scattered docu-
ments dating back to 1766, with extremely diverse information about the
island: its population, commerce, laws, customs, roads, buildings, agri-
culture, etc., information gathered presumably for political or adminis-
trative purposes with future expeditions in mind.
The group of letters sent to Rochambeau by the English commanders
Loring, Dundas and Bligh and written from Port Royal, Jamaica and on board
the Bellerophon, is most significant. The first letters are courteous,
but become progressively more and more hostile, and end with a threatening
letter from General Loring imposing conditions of surrender on Rochambeau.
The letters sent to Rochambeau by the generals Lavalette and Panisse
contain news about the war, security measures and movements of troops.
Those from Daur6, Jauvin and Bertrand deal with the military and civil
administration of the southern and western departements.
The letters from Dessalines addressed to Leclerc show the changes in
thinking of this negro leader; at the same time, letters from other mili-
tary chiefs indicate the suspicions which surrounded his actions. All
this correspondence demonstrates how the situation of the French Army was
deteriorating for lack of reinforcements, supplies and food, and due to
increasing sickness among the soldiers.
It is interesting to note that in comparing the group of decrees by
Leclerc, found here in draft form, to the published decrees (most often
published in the official Gazette), the changes made reflect clearly the
vacillations and doubts in the mind of their author.
All of this material is complemented by microfilms of certain groups
of correspondence obtained by the University of Florida Libraries from the
Archive national: the letters of Andrieu, Daure, Drouin, Lefebure, Pi-







5 INTRODUCTION

chon, Repussard, Rochambeau, Roume, Vincent, as well as documents and
reports addressed to Rochambeau by the commanders of Le Cap Franqais are
supplemented in this manner.
In time these microfilms will also be indexed for the convenience of
future researchers.
Finally, there are also several maps in this collection, all origi-
nals presenting different roads and ports of the French part of the is-
land.






















Abbreviations




The names of months in English are abbreviated according to common
usage. The months of the French Revolutionary Calendar are abbreviated
as follows:


vend6miaire
brumaire
frimaire
nivise
pluviSse
vent8se


germ.: germinal
flor.: flor.
prair.: prairial
mes.: messidor
therm.: thermidor
fruct.: fructidor
jour comply : jour complementaire


Other abbreviations:

AD: autograph document
ADS: autograph document signed
AL: autograph letter
ALS: autograph letter signed
D: document
DS: document signed
L: letter
LS: letter signed
dupl.: duplicate
enc.: enclosure(s)
fo.: folio
Mme.: Madame
M.: Monsieur
Mlle.: Mademoiselle
n.d.: no date
no.: number
nos.: numbers
n.p.: no place
n.s.: no sender
8vO.: octavo
p.: page
pp.: pages
40.: quarto
ler: premier
2e, 3e, etc.: deuxi&me, troisi&me, etc.
S.M.C.: Su Majestad Catolica (His Catholic Majesty)
St.: Saint


vend.:
b rum.:
frim.:
niv. :
pluv.:
vent.:



















Observations




Dates. When a Republican date appears on the document, it is indicated
as the first date here, followed by the Gregorian date to facilitate work
for those not so familiar with the French Revolutionary Calendar.

Editorial symbols. Brackets are used to indicate any word not in the ori-
ginal document but added in the interest of clarity. Parentheses are
used when some word or concept needs further clarification. Question
marks indicate occasions when names, places or text are in doubt. Super-
script note numbers refer to the Notes following the Calendar.

Enclosures. The enclosures are listed under separate numbers only when
the signature is different from that of the main document, or when content
is important enough to merit individual listing.

Italics. Italics are used to indicate French ranks, titles, all names of
ships, or French words which stand alone in the text, but not for those
words forming part of a name of military or administrative divisions.

Military divisions. Names of military divisions are kept as they appear
in the text of the document.

Personal names. Most documents are signed by last name only, and even if
the correspondent used letterhead paper it only indicates his family name
and title. As there were many officials with the same last name, a great
effort has been made to identify each individual and his first name: the
latter has not been placed within brackets here. When names are in doubt
because the signature is illegible or unclear they are followed by a ques-
tion mark.

Places. The names of places appearing under the date are cited as they
appear in the documents, sometimes completed by the editor and indicated
as such. If places are not located in Saint Domingue (Haiti) they are
followed by the name of the country in which they are situated.

Ranks and titles. In the author entry, rank or title is kept in the ori-
ginal language to avoid confusion by translation. The editor has tried
to unify titles and ranks referring to the same person except in cases
where a change in post or rank is indicated. In the text ranks are also
kept in French except in cases where there is no question of confusion
(i.e., general, captain, lieutenant, etc.).







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When Generals Leclerc and Rochambeau are recipients of the letters
the use of their titles is avoided here. When the sender addresses his
letter only with the title, the name of the person, when identified, is
added between brackets. When the correspondents are of nationality other
than French, titles and ranks are kept in the appropriate vernacular.

Spelling. There is considerable variation in the spelling of places and
names from one document to another, variation that exists also in the
history texts consulted. The editor has tried to make the spelling of
places uniform when they appear in the Calendar beneath the date; and
an effort has been made also to standardize personal names in the entries,
with variations of these indicated in the Index of Names. The identifi-
cation and standardization of all names appearing in the text has not been
attempted, as their great number makes this prohibitive.




















TIe Colendar




1. 1744, 18 Dec. SUSINI, P Master of the "Aigrette"
Kingston (Jamaica) DS. A list of goods which should be deli-
vered to M. Drouilhet at Port of Cap Dame
Marie. 1 p. 12 x 23.5 cm. (in English)


2. 1762, 28 Jan.
Port-au-Princel







3. 1763
St. Domingue



4. 1764
St. Domingue


BART, PHILIPPE FRANCOIS. Capitaine des Vais-
seaux du Roy, Gouverneur lieutenant des IsZes
frangoises de I'Amerique du Vent, et
BONARD D'AUGNY. Conseiller du Roy
DS. Resolution giving permission and protec-
tion to a certain shipbuilder in St. Domin-
gue for the introduction of a cargo of food
and utensils. 3 pp. fo.

MORIGNY, M DE.
DS. Memoir concerning the unrest in St. Do-
mingue; the use of poison by the indians,
and its fatal consequences. 10 pp. fo.

DIRECTION GENERAL DES FORTIFICATIONS.
D. Description of the route from St. Domin-
gue to Le Cap Frangais, and from there to the
city of St. Raphael through Arua and San
Juan, a journey of eight days. 53 pp. fo.
(two copies)


5. 1773 LOUIS XV. Roi de France
Versailles (France) DS. List of persons and amounts of money to
be paid to them from the Caisse royale.
5 pp. fo.

6. 1773, 15 May BOURGEOIS DE BOYNES. Ministre de Marine
Versailles (France) LS to: [no addressee]
He will see that the name of Citizen Champi-
gny is brought to the attention of the King
as the addressee has suggested. 1 p. fo.


7. 1780, 7 March
Port-au-Prince


BOUROET, JACQUES VICTOR.
DS. Proxy given to M. de la Combe. 3 pp. fo.








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8. 1780, 8 May
[n.p.






9. 1781, 18 Jan.
Saint Marc



10. 1782, 9 March
Paris (France)



11. 1785
Martinique








12. 1785, 22 March
A board de "Le
Pivert"



13. 1786, 1 Sept.
Port-au-Prince








14. 1786, 12 Oct.
Le Cap [Frangais]



15. 1787
[n.p.]


16. 1787, 16 March
Port-au-Prince


17. 1787-1788


FONTANGES, FRANCOIS. Commissaire
D(copy). Notes gathered by M. le Vte. de
Fontanges concerning the state of defense of
the island in 1762; Vicomte de Belsunce
judged he could not defend the island; plan
of defense for the present war: fortifica-
tions, troops, ships. 20 pp. fo.

GRANDIN, Greffier
DS. Contract of marriage between Louis Jean
Sallonire de Balleray and Mlle. Marie Louise
de M6yere. 11 pp. fo.

LA TOUR DU PIN, JEAN FREDERIC DE. Gouverneur
general de l'Armee du Roi
DS. Awards pension to Jean Michaud. 1 p.
24 x 30.5 cm. (Printed text on parchment)

[BEXON, M .]
D(copy). Memoire sur La Martinique: De-
tailed survey of Martinique with descriptions
of fortifications and recapitulation of ex-
penditures on fortifications and harbor works
from 1785 to 1789; estimate of service neces-
sary to complete works under construction.
49 pp. fo.

DE BRIEUX,
DS. Extract of his diary where he relates
the episode of two American ships which were
illegally anchored along the coast of the
island. 4 pp. 40

LA LUZERNE, CESAR HENRI, COME DE. Gouverneur
de St. Domingue
LS(dupl.) to: M. Malesherbes
Asks him to help the cause of the colony in
the field of printing by abolishing the exis-
ting monopoly which makes printing three
times more expensive than in France. 2 pp.
fo.

DUPONT-LEVILLE,
L to: le Sengchal Juge Roial
Request for assignment of funds to Citizen
La Rouge. 2 pp. fo.

LA SERRE,
Dinner invitation for M. and Mme. Marbois.
(address leaf)

CROUZILLEAU, .Procureur
DS. A summons to court of Citizen Groigny.
1 p. fo.

LA LUZERNE, CESAR HENRI, COMTE DE. Gouverneur


8-17








CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


[n.p.]


18. 1788, 1 Sept.
Grande Riviere
des GonaYves


19. 1789, 15 April
Plaisance





20. 1789, 15 Oct.
Petite Riviere
des GonaYves
















21. 1791, 7 Jan.
Port-au-Prince


de St. Domingue
Three dinner invitations to M. de la Serre.
(address leaf)

VINCENT, [ALEXANDRE?]. Directeur des Fortifi-
cations de St. Domingue
D(copy). Report addressed to the Ministre
de Marine on the utility of new communication
between the Northern and Western Parts of
the colony during the war, and on the means
of defense for guaranteeing the security of
that communication. (This last was ordered
13 Sept., 1787.) 18 pp. fo.
See also no. 20.


D. Report on the strategic importance of the
M81e St. Nicolas; need for occupation of this
mole for protection of commerce and for de-
fense against contraband and enemies. 10 pp.
fo. (two copies)


D. Report containing various parts: survey
of the distance between different points of
the island; survey of the different means of
communication between the Northern and Wes-
tern Parts of the island, and the extensions
of these communications; information about
the weak points of the defense in Port-au-
Prince; a plan for the landing of Leclerc and
Rochambeau coming from France; description
of the topography and the roads of the island
requested by the General en chef; description
of the part of the island where the war is
taking place. 27 pp. fo. (This is a series
of documents gathered by Vincent, the earli-
est one of which has the date shown above.)
See also nos. 18, 50.

CONSEIL SUPERIEUR DE SAINT DOMINGUE.2
D. Abstract of the Registre. Appointment
of Michel Frangois Nice as jure jaugeur 9ta-
lonneur of the jurisdiction of Jeremie.
2 pp. fo.
See also nos. 26, 60.


22. 1791, 11 Feb.
[n.p.]



23. 1791, 26 May
Les Cayes


D. A law relative to the
the commanders of vessels
nel on board. 2 pp. 40.
articles)


indemnities granted
for their person-
(contained in six


LAUMIN,
D(signature burned). Testimony of debt for
230 pounds to Captain Demolibre of the ship
La Double-Alliance. 1 p. 15 x 19 cm.


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CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


24. 1791, 29 July
Port-au-Prince



25. 1792, 6 March
Le Cap [Frangais]3




26. 1792, 29 May
Jdr6mie








27. 1792, 29 Sept.
Limb6






28. 1793, 23 May
Le Cap [Frangais]






29. 1793, 28 Aug.
Le Cap [Frangais]







30. 1793, 21 Oct.
Port Frangais
[Port-au-Prince]



31. 1793, 21 Oct.
Plaisance


LA MERVEILLERE,
DS. Listing of expenses incurred in the
association with M. Bouery, given to him at
his departure. 2 pp. fo.


DS(dupl.). Inventory of maps, plans and me-
moirs deposited in the Direction des Forti-
fications of St. Domingue in 1792. 40 pp.
fo.

MUNICIPALITE DE JEREMIE.
D. Extrait des Registres: Petition for the
appointment of Citizen F. M. Nice as jaugeur
et 9talonneur to be recognized by the Muni-
cipalitd of J&remie, in order for him to be
able to fulfill his duties as such. 2 pp.
fo. (collated by Theveneau)
See also nos. 21, 60.

MOMORET,
ALS to: Mme Momoret
Arrived at Cap on 17th and remained until the
21st. Departing for Limbe. So much work to
do. The country will be lost for many years
because the negroes have burned everything.
2 pp. 4. (address leaf)

VINCENT [ALEXANDRE?]. Directeur des Fortifica-
tions de St. Domingue
D(copy). Observations on the state of the
M81e; scheme for its defense in case of at-
tack by sea or by land. Project for making
it the "Gibraltar" of St. Domingue. 20 pp.
fo.

GALBAUD, CEZAR. General
L(copy) to: Gdneral Galbaud [his brother]
Supplies details on the negro insurrection
in which 10,000 attacked the Cap. The city
was burned. Dufay gave orders to burn every-
thing and that everyone be chained like pigs.
4 pp. 40
Enc.: a drawing of the government house

PIERROT, JEAN. Commandant general
LS to: the Officiers municipaux du Cap
Announces his arrival in the city and re-
quests an audience with the commander.
2 pp. 40. (Stamp instead of signature)

PORCHET, Adjudant general
LS to: Les Pares du Peuple
Reports that the civil commissioner Sonthonax
has spent three days at Gonaives where he
joined the General. As soon as the General's


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CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


32. 1793, 25 Nov.
Le Cap [Frangais]



33. 1793, 5 Dec.
[Kingston]
(Jamaica)





34. an 4, 6 vend.4
1795, 28 Sept.
Paris (France)


35. an 4,
1795,
Isola


12 vend.
4 Oct.
Peloza


36. an 4, 1795-96
Le Cap Frangais


37. 1796, 11 Apr.-
9 June
Port-au-Prince

38. an 5, 26 frim.
1796, 16 Dec.
Le Cap [Frangais]


39. an 5, 6 niv.
1796, 26 Dec.


word reaches him, orders will be forwarded
concerning treatment of prisoners in the
jailhouse. 1 p. 40

PAI, Dlggue de la Commission civil
LS to: Bignon
Letter advising Bignon to execute the orders
of 22 November. 1 p. 40

COLLET, PHILIPPE ANDRE.
ALS to: M. H. Kerret
Concerns two young negroes who departed in
the last two French boats for Jer6mie. M.
Legras is asking that they be returned; he
will reimburse the amount of their passage.
3 pp. 4.

DIRECTION GENERAL DES FORTIFICATIONS.
D. The present state of the island of St.
Domingue; need of maintaining the working ha-
bits of the negroes, of making farmers of
those who are not defending the island.
20 pp. fo. (two copies: at the end of both
copies there is a precise sketch of possible
help to be expected from the United States of
America in expeditions to the West Indies,
and what should be done toward restoring the
island.)

LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL. Gne4ral de Brigade,
Chef de 1'Etat major
DS. Certification of the true copy of 2nd
Lieut. Helle's sheet of services. 1 p. fo.
(signed originally by Montlahue)

[VINCENT, [ALEXANDRE?]. Directeur des Fortifi-
cations d St. Domingue
DS(dupl.). Concerns the formation of a com-
pany of workmen for reconstruction of de-
fenses and buildings in St. Domingue, espe-
cially in the north; this company will have
400 men under a sergeant major who should
know about accounting and discipline. Four
sergeants under him will survey the work.
11 pp. fo.

LIEMEN, PAUL.
DS. Three letters of exchange.


D. Report on the arming of the Batterie de
Picolet; plans for changes; suggestions for
locations of cannon. 9 pp. fo.

VINCENT, [ALEXANDRE?]. Directeur des Fortifica-
tions de St. Domingue


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THE BATTLE OF SANTO DOMINGO
From a sketch by Martinet, engraved by Pourvoyeur








































THE CAPTURE OF THE RAVINE OF SNAKES
From a sketch by Karl Girardet, engraved by Outwaite







CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


Le Cap [Frangais]



40. [an 5, 20 pluv.]
[1797, 8 Feb.]
[n.p.]






41. an 5, vent.
1797, Feb. or Mar.
Nantes (France)


42. an 6, 24 frim.
1797, 14 Dec.
Port de Paix


43. 1798, 3 Jan.
Port R6publicain1




44. an 6, 30 niv.
1798, 19 Jan.
Fort Libert67


45. 1798, 24 May
Las Cahobas






46. an 6, 2 their.
1798, 20 July
Viadana (Italy)



47. an 6, 6 their.
1798, 24 July
Le Cap [Frangais]


D(copy). Scheme of defense for Fort Libert6
in case of attack by land, by sea, or by the
pass of Fort Labouque. 27 pp. fo.

PELLETIER, Capitaine de la Legion d'E-
ga7ite
DS to: GIndral H6douville
General description of the events that oc-
curred in St. Domingue between the time
when freedom was given and the 20 pluv.,
an 5; and of the present situation of the
colony.5 64 pp. fo.

CHANCEAULME, J
DS. Observations regarding the freedom gi-
ven to negroes in the French colonies.
25 pp. fo.

LOUVERTURE, TOUSSAINT. General en chef
ADS. Defense of Captain Mayandon against
accusations of poor conduct of his troops
during the events at Dondon. 2 pp. fo.

NONEZ, R
DS. Memorandum testifying to the debts of
Mme. Halley to the citizen R. Nonez, with
footnote by the same accrediting receipt for
137 gourdes.6 1 p. fo.

106e REGIMENT.
DS. Certification of services of the offi-
cers who composed the Conseil d'Administra-
tion. 1 p. fo. (signed by the officers)

BERGER, LOUIS MARIE. Chef de Brigade, Comman-
dant d'Armes
LS to: Citoyen Layne
The rebel forces have abandoned the posts
which they once occupied. He is being given
a proxy to arrange financial matters with
Citizen Duparc. 3 pp. fo.

LE CONSEIL D'ADMINISTRATION DU ler REGIMENT DE
HUSSARDS.
DS. Leave of absence granted to Pierre Bar-
re for reason of illness. 1 p. fo.
(signed by the members)

HEDOUVILLE, MARIE THEODORE-JOSEPH. Agent par-
ticulier du Directoire executif
D. Decree with economic regulations for the
plantation workers in the colony, prescri-
bing their rates of pay, hours or work, wel-
fare, amenities, penalties for failure to
work, etc. Broadside. (The document is
signed by T. H6douville and, on the true


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CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


48. an 7,
1798,
Place


19 frim.
9 Dec.
du MSle8


49. an 7, 30 niv.
1799, 19 Jan.
Le Cap [Francais]






50. an 7, 30 niv.
1799, 19 Jan.
Le Cap [Frangais]








51. an 7, 1 pluv.
1799, 20 Jan.
Le M8le









52. an 7, 25 pluv.
1799, 13 Feb.
Le Cap [Frangais]





53. an 7, 20 vent.
1799, 10 Mar.
Le M8le


copy, by Gauthier, secretaire general. The
folio is an extract from the Registre des
Deliberations de l'Agence du Directoire exd-
cutif in St. Domingue.)

MOULUT, ANTOINE. Chef de Bataillon au Corps
du Genie
DS. Report on the state of defenses and
buildings erected by the English in the M8le
and surrounding areas during their occupa-
tion of the island. 20 pp. fo.

VINCENT [ALEXANDRE?]. Directeur des Fortifica-
tions de Saint Domingue
D(copy). Report on the defenses of Port Re-
publicain and suggestions for improving them;
concern about exterior enemies; Fort St. Jo-
seph is good, but the Porte Charboniere is
weak; need of coordinating sea and land de-
fenses. 25 pp. fo.


D(copy). Report on the present condition of
defenses in the cities, towns, and posts on
the coast of the Western Part of the colony
between Port Republicain and Port-au-Prince.
The report also includes Gonaives and the
means of improving defenses there. 59 pp.
fo. (two copies)
See also no. 20.

MOULUT, ANTOINE. Chef de BataiZlon au Corps
du Genie
DS. Description of present conditions of
the Place du Mole and of the military esta-
blishments in the M81e both before and after
English occupation. The document is divi-
ded in two parts, the first dealing with
conditions of government buildings, troops,
etc., the second with the annexes of the
M8le. 12 pp. fo.

VINCENT, [ALEXANDRE ]. Directeur des Fortifica-
tions de St. Domingue
D(copy). Considerations upon the construc-
tions made by the English at Mirebalais.
The republicans decided to destroy the fort
which was built by the English as a precau-
tionary measure. 2 pp. fo.

MOULUT, ANTOINE. Chef de Bataillon au Corps
du Genie
DS. Projects released by the Direction ge-
ndraZe des Fortifications relating to the
land defense of the MSle in the event of a
seige. 15 pp. fo. (document has a second


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54-62


CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS

date: an 7, 19 germinal)


54. 1799, 12 Mar. D'ARGOUT, ROBERT. MarechaZ des Camps et Armees
Le Cap [Frangais] du Roi
DS. Appointment of Citizen Dalban as Capi-
taine aide major du Corps des Chasseurs vo-
lontiers. 1 p. 25.5 x 26.5 cm. (printed
on parchment)

55. an 7, 5 germ. ROUME, Agent particulier du Directoire
1799, 25 Mar. executif a St. Domingue
Le Cap [Frangais] DS. Grants permission to Captain Coudroy to
return to France. 1 p. fo.

56. an 7, 27 germ. CONSEIL D'ADMINISTRATION DU 2e BATAILLON DU
1799, 16 April 73e REGIMENT DE L'INFANTERIE.
Port de Paix DS. Leave granted to Lieutenant Pierre Cor-
dier. 1 p. 21 x 26 cm. (signed by the mem-
bers of the Conseil)

57. an 7, 5e jour com. VINCENT, [ALEXANDRE?]. Directeur des Fortifica-
1799, 2 Sept. tions de St. Domingue
St. Domingue D(copy). Report on the condition of forti-
fications and buildings in the Northern and
Western Parts of St. Domingue. 128 pp. fo.

58. an 8, 28 pluv. DOBIGNIERE, Notaire
1800, 17 Feb. DS. Acknowledgement of a debt owed by R.
Jdr6mie Meisbielle to M. Barbarie. Payment guaran-
teed by the mortgage of her property. 2 pp.
fo.


59. an 8, 10 prair.
1800, 20 May
Port R&publicain



60. an 8, 24 fruct.
1800, 11 Sept.
Les Cayes




61. an 9, 3 frim.
1800, 24 Nov.
Bordeaux (France)


LOUVERTURE, PAUL. Commandant en chef
LS to: La Bounchiere
Sending Citizen Lemaire to see him and tell
him about the animals they own as partners.
1 p. 17 x 20 cm.

NICE, MICHEL FRANCOIS.
LS to: Laplume, General
Petition for employment as jaugeur. 2 pp.
fo. (Approval by the General and his ap-
pointment as jaugeur at Cayes included.)
Enc.: see nos. 21, 26.

CHEGARAY, GRAMONT. Ancien Jaugeur etalonneur
de l'Arrondissement de Jeremie9
LS to: Leclerc
Goods have been loaded on the ship Catherine
Elizabeth. Other papers concerning commerce:
included is list of current prices of whole-
sale colonial merchandise as published in
Bordeaux. 7 pp. 40
Enc.: list of prices


[THEVEDAU]


62. an 9







CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


1800-1801
Paris (France)

63. an 9, 14 niv.
1801, 4 Jan.
[Mole?]


64. an 9,
1801,
Paris


26 niv.
16 Jan.
(France)


65. an 9, 22 vent.
1801, 13 Mar.
Le Cap [Frangais]


66. an 9, 1 germ.
1801, 22 Mar.
[n.p.]




67. an 9, 1 germ.
1801, 22 Mar.
Jean Rabel


68. an 9, 17 flor.
1801, 7 May
Port R6publicain





69. an 9, 18 flor.
1801, 8 May
Paris (France)


70. an 9, 21 flor.
1801, 11 May
Le Cap [Frangais]


D. R6sume regarding the personality and
actions of Toussaint Louverture. 9 pp. fo.

[VINCENT, ALEXANDRE?]. Directeur general des
Fortifications
D. Report on the visit made to the fortifi-
cations and constructions, civilian as well
as military, in Fort de Paix and in the M61e.
22 pp. fo.

FORFAIT, PIERRE ALEXANDRE LAURENT. Ministre de
la Marine et des Colonies
DS. Certificate of residence for citizens
Joseph, Henri and Victor Maucer. 1 p. fo.
Enc. of 2165

SONTHONAX, LEGER FELICITE. Commissaire civil
de la Rdpublique
DS. Appointment of Joseph Franiatte as Ad-
judant major au 5e Rdgiment. 1 p. fo.

KERVERSAU, Adjudant general
D. Report to the Ministre de Marine on the
situation of the French part of St. Domingue
from the time of the promotion of Toussaint
Louverture to General en chef until 1
germinal, an 9. 36pp. fo.

2e BATAILLON, 44e REGIMENT D'INFANTERIE
DS. Certification by the officers that the
citizen Frangois Canivet served in this
batallion. 1 p. fo.

BERTRAND, Commissaire des Guerres
LS to: Rochambeau
Letter accompanied by a precise sketch of the
situation of the military warehouse. 1 p.
fo. (Document is dated the 15th of same
month and is signed by Bertrand.)
Enc.

THOUVENOT, Adjudant g6ndral, Chef de
Brigade
DS. Report sent to Forfait, Ministre de Ma-
rine, on the navy and the colonial situation,
with a second part dedicated to the freedom
given to the black people. 96 pp. fo.
(Follows a 10-page letter to the Ministre de
Marine)
Enc.: another copy. 115 pp. fo.

CRAVEY, Adjudant commandant
LS to: Rochambeau
Sends two letters of recommendation from
Generals Moncey and Suchet. Requests trans-
fer to serve under Rochambeau. 2 pp. fo.


63-70







CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


Enc.: lacking


71. an 9, 25 flor.
1801, 15 May
Jacmel




72. an 9, messidor
1801, June-July
Le Cap [Frangais]





73. an 9, 2 therm.
1801, 21 July
Salamanque (Spain)






74. an 9, 8 therm.
1801, 27 July
Bordeaux (France)



75. 1801, 3 Aug.
Philadelphia
(United States)




76. an 9, 6 fruct.
1801, 24 Aug.
Salamanque (Spain)


77. an 9,
1801,
Paris


13 fruct.
31 Aug.
(France)


78. an 10, 7 vend.
1801, 29 Sept.
L'Anse-a-Veau


FLEURIOT, JEAN BAPTISTE. Lieutenant
D. Record of services of Lieutenant Fleu-
riot. 1 p. fo.
Enc.: a letter signed by numerous officers
of the 2e Bataillon, 79e Demi-brigade attes-
ting his good conduct.

[VINCENT, ALEXANDRE?]. Directeur des Fortifi-
cations de St. Domingue
D. Military reconnaissance of the towns of
Ajabon, St. Yago, Porto Plate and Montechrist
and of the area extending between Fort Liber-
t6 and Porto Plate. Followed by a project
relating to their defense. 44 pp. fo.

LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL. General en chef
AL to: Lucien Bonaparte, Ambassadeur a Ma-
drid. Gives a picture of the situation of the
army in Spain under his command after the
conclusion of the peace with Portugal. He
has only 16,000 men but is not afraid, even
if all Spain should take up arms against him.
2 pp. fo.

L'EVEELLIE, __ Genral de Brigade
LS to: Toussaint Louverture, General en
chef, commandant 1'Isle de St. Domingue
Asks causes of his long silence. Explains
why he had to leave the island. 2 pp. fo.

GERBIER,
LS to: Gengral [Leclerc?]
Refers to the situation in St. Domingue, and
particularly to the movement in the Spanish
side. Gives also a brief account of Tous-
saint. 8 pp. 40

LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL. General en chef
ALS to: Commandant de 18e Regiment de Ca-
valerie. About the decrees by the First
Consul of the 21 thermidor, by which Citizen
Plume must be admitted to the Pritannee Fran-
gais. 1 p. fo.

KERVERSAU, Adjudant general
DS to: Ministre de Marine
Report regarding the Spanish part of St. Do-
mingue after cession to France from the time
of the Treaty of Basles until the invasion
of Toussaint Louverture. 43 pp. fo.

LOYEZ, Commandant de la Paroisse10
LS to: Rochambeau
Announces his appointment as commander by


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CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


79. an 10, 11 vend.
1801, 3 Oct.
Les Cayes




80. an 10, 19 vend.
1801, 11 Oct.
Le Cap [Frangais]




81. an 10, 1 brum.
1801, 23 Oct.
Paris (France)



82. an 10, 1 brum.
1801, 23 Oct.
St. Yago (Cuba)






83. an 10, 5 brum.
1801, 27 Oct.
Paris (France)

84. an 10, 12 brum.
1801, 3 Nov.
Quarter g6n6ral
d'HHricourt






85. an 10, 13 brum.
1801, 4 Nov.
Paris (France)


86. an 10, 21 brum.
1801, 12 Nov.
Paris (France)


Gen&ral Desbureaux. Reports that the exis-
ting situation is calm and tranquil. Praises
M. Segrettier and the Garde national. Re-
quests munitions. 3 pp. 4

LAPLACE, Adjudant major de la 4e Le-
gion de Gendarmerie
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports that he has been assigned temporary
command of the company during the illness of
Captain Bechillon. 1 p. 4.

BENJAMIN, VANDOS. Adjudant colonel de la Divi-
sion du Nord
DS. Reports the food situation for the gar-
rison of Cap Frangais, and the general situ-
ation of the army. Broadside. (printed in
part)

BRULLEY, Colon, proprietaire d St. Do-
mingue
DS. Observations regarding the need of and
means for the recuperation of St. Domingue.
49 pp. fo.

MUGNOZ, ANDRE. Membre de Z'Assemblee central,
Commissaire du Gouvernement
ALS to: Larcal, Secretaire general du gou-
vernement. He has received two decrees re-
garding marriages among the military, far-
mers and servants; also regarding which of
the ports should remain open for commerce.
3 pp. 40

D. Observations of one resident of St. Do-
mingue about roads, animals, hospitals, and
soldiers' uniforms. 6 pp. fo.

LOUVERTURE, TOUSSAINT.11 Gouverneur de St. Do-
mingue
ALS to: Idlinger, Adjudant general pres le
Gouverneur. Is sending him one package of
letters which have been answered already,
and another of letters to be answered on
which he has made some notes; they should be
ready for his signature upon his arrival at
Le Cap. 1 p. fo.

BUISSY, ROLAND MARIE.
DS. Reflexions and projects on St. Domingue;
on population, commerce and social condi-
tions. 9 pp. fo.

BOULAINOILLIER, CHARLOTTE FELICITE FRUTIE.
DS. Power of attorney for General Rocham-
beau in St. Domingue. 2 pp. fo. (enc. of


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CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


no. 87)
See also no. 98.


87. an 10, 22 brum.
1801, 13 Nov.
Paris (France)


88. an 10, 22 brum.
1801. 13 Nov.
Genes (Italy)


BOULAINOILLIER, CHARLOTTE FELICITE FRUTIE.
LS to: Rochambeau
Gives him complete freedom to act in her
name with respect to her property near Port-
au-Prince. 3 pp. 40
Enc.: proxy for Rochambeau, see no. 8
See also no. 98.

D'HAUTAVOINE, Econome de l'Hopital
Militaire de Genes
LS to: Rochambeau
Gives some information and suggestions for
the administration in St. Domingue. 2 pp.
40
Enc.: project describing the best way to
redevelop the economy and population of St.
Domingue


89. an 10, 22 brum. LATTRE, ALBERT DE. Econome des H6pitaux mili-
1801, 13 Nov. taires
Versailles (France) LS to: Leclerc
Describes the conditions of the army in St.
Domingue and how the French forces should be
organized in order to defeat the insurgents.
3 pp. fo.

90. an 10, 23 brum. DUROSUEL, HENRI. Chef du Bureau des Troupes a
1801, 14 Nov. Cheval
Paris (France) LS to: Rochambeau
Recommends M. Garnison for a position under
Rochambeau. 1 p. 40.

91. an 10, 26 brum. TANTANSON, LOUISE HELENE CAMILLE. Femme de
1801, 17 Nov. David Tilden
Paris (France) LS to: Rochambeau
Letter with permission to purchase land in
the French colonies by proxy. 2 pp. 4.
Enc.

92. an 10, 28 brum. D. Report on the situation of St. Domingue
1801, 19 Nov. regarding army posts, with advice for better
La Vieille Castille handling of this state of affairs. 12.pp.
fo.

93. an 10, 2 frim. MINUTY, Commissaire de Justice
1801, 23 Nov. LS to: le Comnmissaire du Gouvernement pros
J6rEmie le Tribunal d'Appel. Reports his visits to
the department and gives his impressions.
2 pp. fo. (Extrait du registre de corres-
pondance du Commissariat de Justice)

94. an 10, 4 frim. DESPALLIERE,
1801, 25 Nov. LS to: Rochambeau


87-94







CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


Paris (France)


95. an 10, 6 frim.
1801, 27 Nov.
Petit Trou




96. an 10, 10 frim.
1801, 1 Dec.
Marseille (France)


97. an 10, 12 frim.
1801, 3 Dec.
Bordeaux (France)

98. an 10, 15 frim.
1801, 6 Dec.
Paris (France)




99. an 10, 15 frim.
1801, 6 Dec.
Paris (France)


100. an 10, 23 frim.
1801, 14 Dec.
Port R6publicain



101. [an 10?]
[1802?]
[n.p.]

102. [an 10?]
[1802?]
[n.p.]











103. an 10
[1802]


Recommendation of M. Casimir Moreau. 1 p.
40

MARIE-ANNE. Proprietaire
LS to: Laplume, General
A petition concerning her properties. 3 pp.
fo. (The letter is followed by a brief note
signed by General Laplume.)
See also no. 105.

MICOULIN, aing.
LS to: [Rochambeau]
Requests a position under Rochambeau. 1 p.
40

PITRAY, J
DS. Comprehensive report on St. Domingue
from every point of view. 39 pp. 40.

BOULAINOILLIER, CHARLOTTEE FELICITE] FRUTIE.
LS to: Rochambeau
Requests a written acknowledgment from Ro-
chambeau for a proxy issued to him in Brest.
1 p. 40
See also nos. 86, 87.

DESPALLIERE,
LS to: Rochambeau
Recommends a young man, Citizen Benage, who
is leaving for the colony, 1 p. 4.

LOUVERTURE, TOUSSAINT. Gouverneur de St. Do-
mingue
D. Proclamation to the people of St. Domin-
gue explaining the reasons for the death of
General Moyse. 1 p. fo. (printed)

AD. Chronological list of events in St. Do-
mingue between 1789 and the arrival of the
French army, an 10, 16 pluviSse.12 2 pp. fo.

DENAIRE [?], Administrateur provisoire
des Domaines nationaux des D4partemens du
Sud & de l'Ouest
DS. Memorandum stating that if he were able
to acquire some more information on the Bail-
hache case, he might be able to settle it in
spite of the fact that it does not actually
come under his jurisdiction. 1 p. fo.
Enc.: deed of marriage, petition for re-
gaining possession of farm, collation of the
rental contract signed by the prosecuting
husband on March 21, 1800

MALENFANT, CHARLES. Sous-inspecteur aux Revues
DS to: Leclerc


95-103







CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


Opinion on methods of bringing the negroes
back to agriculture without interfering with
their freedom. 22 pp. fo.
Enc.: see no. 2247.


104. an 10, 14 niv.
1802, 4 Jan.
Petit Trou

105. an 10, 14 niv.
1802, 4 Jan.
Petit Trou



106. an 10, 19 niv.
1802, 9 Jan.
Paris (France)




107. an 10, 24 niv.
1802, 14 Jan.
New York (United
States)






108. an 10, 25 niv.
1802, 15 Jan.
Bordeaux (France)


109. 1802, 16 Jan.
[n.p.]

110. an 10, 29 niv.
1802, 19 Jan.
Dondon




111. an 10, pluv.?
1802, Jan.?
[Le Cap Frangais]



112. an 10, 9 pluv.
1802, 29 Jan.
Gonalves


CHEROT, CHARLEMAGNE.
DS. Sale of property to A. Ardouin.
fo. (notary's signature, illegible)


3 pp.


VOGRENANNE, NICOLAS, & BORTHIBOR, PIERRE. Ar-
penteurs
DS. Minutes of the proceedings on the land
survey of one Marie-Anne. 3 pp. fo.
See also no. 95.

MOUCEY, Inspecteur general de la Gen-
darmerie national
LS to: Rochambeau
Recommends Adjudant commandant Cravey who is
leaving as part of the expedition for St.
Domingue. 1 p. fo.

CHERVILLE, SIMON VIMONT. Chancellier du Com-
missariat des Relations commercials de la
R9publique frangaise
DS. Has received statement of Citizen Bira-
ben in which he claims to have worked always
with honesty and dedication in all the of-
fices he has held, and accuses Toussaint Lou-
verture of suppressing positions arbitrarily
and illegally. 4 pp. fo. (Enc. of no. 2189)

PAPIN, E
LS to: Rochambeau
Recommends M. Platon Maillon who is leaving
for St. Domingue. 1 p. 4.

D. Sheet with list of names and food sup-
plies. 1 p. fo.

DESSALINES, LEBIER. Commandant militaire de la
Marmelade
ALS to: Louis Lansas
Asks him to return two girls who were taken
by their mother and attached to his house-
hold. 2 pp. 40

[LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL], General en chef
D. Appointment of Citizen Bdndzech as Pre-
fet colonial and of Citizen Desperoux as
Commissaire de Justice; gives reasons for
these appointments. 1 p. fo.

VERNET, ANDRE. General de Brigade, Commandant
de Z'Arrondissement
LS to: le Gouverneur [Toussaint Louverture]


[n.p. ]


104-112







CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


113. 1802, 30 Jan.
Fort LibertG








113a. an 10, 14 pluv.
1802, 3 Feb.
Gonalves





114. an 10, 15-26 pluv.
1802, 4-15 Feb.
[n.p.]





115. an 10, 16-28 pluv.
1802, 5-17 Feb.
[Jacmel?]








116. an 10, 19 pluv.
1802, 8 Feb.
Gonaives






117. an 10, 21 pluv.
1802, 10 Feb.
Le Cap [Frangais]


Refers to three letters received from the
General with orders; he has accomplished
them. Has sent deserters to General Dalbau;
400 of Louverture's men are cleaning the
stone roads; brickmakers will be gathered to
work in public buildings. 2 pp. fo.

L'ADMINISTRATION MUNICIPAL.
LS to: Contre-amiral Magon
Tells what it is important to have for the
defense of the village: a strong detachment
of infantry and some artillery, in order to
avoid letting the livestock that the town
possesses fall into the hands of the enemy.
3 pp. fo.


VERNET, ANDRE. General de Brigade, commandant
S'Arrondissement
LS to: Toussaint Louverture, Gouverneur de
St. Domingue. Reports having fired upon a
ship of war which has been appearing too fre-
quently in the bay. 1 p. fo.

D. An anonymous report of the events that
happened in L6ogane after the arrival of
General Leclerc: massacres, lines of refu-
gees; Dessalines appeared and organized the
march. The events described are those which
took place between the 4th and 17th Feb.
(15-28 pluviSse). 7 pp. fo.

D. Anonymous report of the events which took
place at Jacmel upon the arrival of the
French Escadre. Recounts how Dessalines ap-
peared at the Place, scared everyone, re-
proached General Dieudonn6 for his softness
and declared war on all white people. The
night of the 24th Dessalines departed from
Jacmel and Dieudonne began to prepare the de-
fense. 15 pp. fo.

VERNET, ANDRE. General de Brigade, commandant
S'Arrondissement
LS to: Gouverneur de St. Domingue [Tous-
saint Louverture]. Reports that his adjutant
has fled. Commandant Claude has written that
he is going to La Marmelade to look for Tous-
saint's sons, Placide and Isaac. 2 pp. 40.


[LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL]. General en chef
D. Decree keeping all the employees in the
offices which they had at the arrival of the
French troops. 1 p. fo.


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CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


118. an 10, 21 pluv.- [LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL]. G6neral en chef
1 mes. D. Copy-book containing the decrees from
1802, 10 Feb.-20 Ju. 21 pluvi8se to 1 messidor. 25 pp. fo.
[Le Cap Frangais]


119. an 10, 21 pluv.
1802, 10 Feb.
Caracol


120. an 10, 22 pluv.
1802, 11 Feb.
[Le Cap Frangais]



121. an 10, 23 pluv.
1802, 12 Feb.
Le Cap [Frangais]





122. an 10, 23 pluv.
1802, 12 Feb.
Gonalves




123. [an 10?], 23 pluv.
[1802?], 12 Feb.
Gonalves



124. an 10, 24 pluv.
1802, 13 Feb.
Gonalves


125. an 10, 26 pluv.
1802, 15 Feb.
Le Cap [Frangais]

126. an 10, 26 pluv.
1802, 15 Feb.
Le Cap [Frangais]




127. an 10, 26 pluv.
1802, 15 Feb.
Le Cap [Frangais]


MATHIEU, __ Chef de Brigade
LS to: Magon [Contre-amiral]
Asks for arms and men to fight the rebels.
1 p. 40. (address leaf)

[LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL]. GOneral en chef
D. Ordinance regarding the Administration
des Douanes in the dipartements of the South
and West: taxes, employees, organization.
2 pp. fo.

HARDY, JEAN. General de Division
LS to: General en chef [Leclerc]
Among the number of officers mentioned by
the Chef de la 31e Demi-brigade for taking
vacant posts in the corps there are some
ready for promotion; they should be appointed
in the next rank. 1 p. fo.

VERNET, ANDRE. General de Brigade, commandant
I'Arrondissement
LS to: Gouverneur de St. Domingue [Louver-
ture]. Letter concerns arms sent to Lou-
verture: he has checked the explosives in
Morne Blanc. 2 pp. fo.


LS to: Gouverneur de St. Domingue [Louver-
ture]. Encloses list of goods he is send-
ing. 1 p. 40
Enc.


LS to: Gouverneur de St. Domingue [Louver-
ture]. Is happy to report that everything
is quiet. 1 p. 40.

[LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL]. General en chef
D. Decree concerning the organization of the
Administration des Douanes. 3 pp. fo.


D. Ordinance concerning the restorations
made on houses by those who are not the own-
ers; limits imposed; need of keeping proofs
of expenses for future reimbursement by the
owners. 4 pp. fo.


D. Ordinance which regulates the office of
the curateur aux successions. 2 pp. fo.


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CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


127a. an 10, 27 pluv.
1802, 16 Feb.
Le Cap [Frangais]



128. an 10, 27 pluv.
1802, 16 Feb.
Gonaives



129. an 10, 28 pluv.
1802, 17 Feb.
Le Cap [Francais]




130. an 10 29 pluv.
1802, 18 Feb.
Dondon







131. an 10, 29 pluv.
1802, 18 Feb.
Gonalves






132. an 10, 30 pluv.
1802, 19 Feb.
La Marmelade




133. an 10, 30 pluv.
1802, 19 Feb.
La Marmelade



133a. an 10, 30 pluv.
1802, 19 Feb.
Habitation Moyse
[La Belle Moise]


[LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL]. Gendral en chef
D. Ordinance placing a ship at the disposal
of the Chef militaire du Port and equipping
it conveniently with instruments and offi-
cers. 2 pp. fo.

VERNET, ANDRE. General de Brigade, commandant
I'Arrondissement
LS to: Gouverneur de St. Domingue [Tous-
saint Louverture]. He has sent 2,000 pack-
ages of well-packed munitions. 1 p. 40.

[LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL]. General en chef
D. Appointing Antoine Jean Charles Georges
Hillebrant de Villers to the post of direc-
teur des douanes; to the post of inspecteur,
Citizen Bostral; for the post of vdrifica-
teur, Citizen Mersseau. 1 p. fo.

HARDY, JEAN. General de Division
LS to: GIngral en chef [Leclerc]
He would like to send immediately a brigade
battalion but is tired: there has been
fighting. Has sent word to General Lalance
to leave behind the shells and follow him,
but Lalance has not complied. Dondon was
attacked by Christophe who burned everything
on his way. 2 pp. fo.

VERNET, ANDRE. General de Brigade, commandant
S'Arrondissement
LS to: Gouverneur de St. Domingue [Tous-
saint Louverture]. He has noticed that only
one vessel and one schooner have anchored at
Halle, contrary to the news that two vessels
and two schooners left Montagne Noire.
1 p. 40

LOUCENS, LOUIS. Commandant militaire
LS to: Figeau, Commondant militaire & St.
Michel. He has heard that reinforcements
have arrived at St. Michel. He hopes the
enemy will be resisted as firmly there as in
La Marmelade. 1 p. 40


LS to: Figeau, Commandant militaire d St.
Michel. He knows what has happened at St.
Michel. He invites him to forget his unfor-
tunate situation. 1 p. 40

MIGUET, Chef de la 3e Bataillon de la
71e Brigade
LS to: Brunet, General
Report on a small skirmish with a group of
500 rebels who had intended to attack but


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retreated. 1 p. 18 x 17.5 cm.


134. an 10, 30 pluv.
1802, 19 Feb.
Habitation Moyse
[La Belle Morse]





135. [an 10], 30 pluv.
1802, 19 Feb.
Gonalves





136. an 10, 1 vent.
1802, 20 Feb.
Genes (Italy)




137. an 10, 1 vent.
1802, 20 Feb.
Jacmel



138. an 10, 1 vent.
1802, 20 Feb.
Port R6publicain



139. 1802, 20 Feb.
St. Esprit (Mar-
tinique)



139a. an 10, 2 vent.
1802, 21 Feb.
Gonalves




139b. an 10, 7 vent.
1802, 26 Feb.
d bord de "L'Ocean'
Le Cap [Frangais]


MIGUET, __ Chef de la 3e Bataillon de la
71e Brigade
LS to: Brunet, G4ndral
Report on the operation of his battalion
during the attack commanded by General Hardy
on the Dondon area: the stronghold was tak-
en, several rebels were killed and one was
taken prisoner. 1 p. 40.

VERNET, ANDRE. G4ndral de Brigade, commandant
Z 'Arrondissement
LS to: Gouverneur de St. Domingue [Tous-
saint Louverture]. Reports that the ship in
dock has left for Gona'ves. More ships have
appeared in Grande Saline. European troops
have advanced up to Ballon. 1 p. 40.

D'HAUTAVOINE, CHRISTOPHE. Econome de l'HSpital
militaire de Genes
LS to: Rochambeau
Wants the General to know that he wishes to
make a second trip to St. Domingue under his
protection. 3 pp. 40

DIEUDONNE, CHRISTOPHE. Chef de Brigade
LS to: Leclerc, General en chef de l'Armge
General Boudet has transmitted his orders
and they were executed immediately. 2 pp.
40

DUPOTET, MATHIEU.
LS to: Rochambeau
Requests payment for three horses and five
mules sold to the government. 1 p. fo.
Enc.: several bills

MAILLET,
LS to: Rochambeau
Friendly note asking the General's protec-
tion for his property in St. Domingue.
3 pp. 40

VERNET, ANDRE. General de Brigade, commandant
l 'Arrondissement
LS to: Gouverneur de St. Domingue [Tous-
saint Louverture]. Justifies his conduct be-
fore the enemy. He has learned that Duminy
has been made GeCnral de Brigade. 1 p. 4.

VILLARET-JOYEUSE, LOUIS THOMAS.
L(copy) to: Latouche-Trdville, Contre-amiral
Asks the Admiral to take interest in the con-
duct and sorrows of Captain Santo Domingo.
1 p. 40


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139c. an 10, 12 vent.
1802, 3 Mar.
Port Republicain





139d. an 10, 13 vent.
1802, 4 Mar.
Port R6publicain




140. an 10, 13 vent.
1802, 4 Mar.
Habitation Magnan






141. an 10, 14 vent.
1802, 5 Mar.
[Port-au-Prince]









142. an 10, 14 vent.
1802, 5 Mar.
Port R6publicain



143. an 10, 15 vent.
1802, 6 Mar.
Port R6publicain



144. an 10, 16 vent.
1802, 7 Mar.
Port R6publicain


Enc.: a letter from the merchants of Port
R6publicain to Leclerc

[LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL]. General en chef
D. Decree obliging all persons, merchants
and banks which have funds belonging to the
rebels to send a written statement. Estab-
lishes to whom they must send this state-
ment and where these funds must be placed.
2 pp. fo.


D. Ordinance prohibiting the issuing of
passports to any inhabitant of St. Domingue
in the two next months to prevent people
from leaving debts behind or abandoning their
lands. 2 pp. fo.

REY, Chef de la 5e Brigade, Commandant
de Z'Infanterie Legere
LS to: Brunet, General
Requests that several officers and soldiers
be promoted as a reward for their courage in
the thick of the fight. 4 pp. fo. (appro-
val of those promotions by generals Lavalette
and Brunet appears in the same letter)

IDLINGER, JOSEPH ANTOINE. Administrateur des
Domaines nationaux
ALS to: Leclerc
The only constitutional law which he knows
pertaining to the division of territory of
the colony is that of the 4 brumaire, an 6.
He dares to present a plan for this division
and if the General is willing, he will pre-
sent a simple way to organize services for
the interest of the country. 4 pp. 4.

[LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL]. General en chef
D. Ordinance making adjustments on farms
not leased, farms assigned to the chiefs of
the rebels, farms whose contract will termi-
nate at the end of the year. 2 pp. fo.


D. Ordinance for all ship captains to pre-
sent themselves before landing to the Chef
du Mouvement du Port in order to declare
passengers on board and cargo. 2 pp. fo.


D. Ordinance admitting French and foreign
ships into Port Cap and Port Republicain.
2 pp. fo.
See also nos. 224, 263.


139c-144








CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


145. an 10, 18 vent.
1802, 9 Mar.
Poste Trianneau





146. an 10, 18 vent.
1802, 9 Mar.
Basse Terre
(Guadeloupe)




147. an 10, 18 vent.
1802, 9 Mar.
Crete-a-Pierrot


148. an 10, 19 vent.
1802, 10 Mar.
Hinche











149. an 10, 21 vent.
1802, 12 Mar.
Hinche


150. an 10, 21 vent.
1802, 12 Mar.
Mirebalais


151.


1802, 14 Mar.
St. BarthElmie
(Guadeloupe)


BEGON, LOUIS FRANCOIS. Chef de Bataillon des
Troupes coloniales
LS to: Rochambeau
Explains the reasons for his retreat: he
had confused some of the troops with the
enemy. Expects orders from the General.
1 p. 40

CARPENTER,
LS to: Citoyen general [Leclerc]
Informs the General of his unjust exile from
Guadeloupe by Contre-amiral Lacrosse, and of
his dismissal. Expresses the desire to have
Rochambeau as commander in Martinique and
Boudet in Guadeloupe. 2 pp. fo.

DESSALINES, JEAN JACQUES. Gendral de Division
LS to: Toussaint Louverture
Informs him of French troop movements. 3 pp.
40. (address leaf)

HARDY, JEAN. General de Division
LS to: Rochambeau
Informs the General that he has written to
him several times but the bearers of those
letters have never been able to reach him.
After having crossed a desert, now he is at
Hinche with 200 soldiers sick because of the
food, lack of bread. He has sent 120 of them
to Banica with a detachment and he will leave
the others with another detachment at Hinche.
Requests to be supplied with biscuits.
2 pp. 40


LS to: Rochambeau
Thanks for the provision of biscuits given
to his division. 1 p. 4.

MIGUET, Chef de 3e Bataillon de la 71e
Brigade
LS to: Rochambeau
Addresses a statement of after-payment for
three officers whose names were omitted;
points out that the paymaster still owes to
five captains the sum of 250 francs and re-
ports the disappearance of thirty gourdes
which are to be paid for. 1 p. 40.

ARNAULD, pere
LS to: [Rochambeau]
Requests protection for the cargo sent to St.
Domingue by M. Cremoni. Gives information
regarding the situation in Guadeloupe. 1 p.
40.


145-151








CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


152. an 10, 23 vent.
1802, 14 Mar.
Las Cahobas



153. an 10, 23 vent.
1802, 14 Mar.
Las Cahobas






154. an 10, 24 vent.
1802, 15 Mar.
Mirebalais




155. an 10, 26 vent.
1802, 17 Mar.
Bordeaux (France)



156. 1802, 17 Mar.
Charleston (South
Carolina, U.S.A.


157. an 10, 27 vent.
1802, 18 Mar.
Bac du Centre




158. an 10, 29 vent.
1802, 20 Mar.
Jacmel




159. an 10, 1 germ.
1802, 22 Mar.
Haut du Cap



160. an 10, 2 germ.
1802, 23 Mar.


HARDY, JEAN. Gendral de Division
LS to: Rochambeau
Informs the General about the march, and the
position his division will have within the
next few days. 2 pp. 40.


LS(dupl.) to: Dugua, General
He is marching to Tomonde where the troops
will enjoy the biscuits; the day after will
continue to Las Cahobas; the following day
to Mirebalais and from there directly to
Crete-A-Pierrot. Soldiers need shoes.
1 p. fo.


LS to: Rochambeau
Expresses his excuses to the General for
drinking some of his wine. Gives informa-
tion on his intended progress within the next
three days. 1 p. 4.

BUGENIN, AUGUSTE. Commissaire principal de
Marine d [Bordeaux]
DS. Report on the conditions of the ships
which transport wheat, giving a list of them
with names and tonnage. 2 pp. fo.

PETIT,
LS to: Rochambeau
) A petition to return to St. Domingue.
1 p. 4.

URBAIN, Chef de Brigade, commandant Za
Cavalerie
LS to: [Rochambeau], GCneral
Expresses his fidelity to the General and
his hope that the General will call him back
to his division. 3 pp. 20 x 12 cm.

DIEUDONNE, CHRISTOPHE. Chef de Brigade
LS to: General en chef [Leclerc]
He has executed his orders pertaining to the
deposit of the total amount of the rents of
farms. He will pay more attention to agri-
culture. 2 pp. 40

CLERVAUX, AUGUSTIN. General de Brigade, Com-
mandant en chef du Ddpartement de Cibao
LS to: Gnedral Leclerc
Asks that he be provided with clothing for
his troops. 2 pp. 40.

HARDY, JEAN. General de Division
ALS to: General en chef [Leclerc]


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CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


Camp de la Crete- As according to Leclerc's orders, he has sent
A-Pierrot to La Petite Riviere all means of transporta-
tion. Dessalines himself attacked him from
behind. Two companies of Grenadiers de la
31e Brigade were enough to stop the negro
forces. 1 p. fo.

161. [an 10], 4 germ. DROUIN, __ _. Chef de Brigade
1802, 25 Mar. DS. Report on L'Archaye (i.e., Arcahie) re-
[n.p.] quested by General Boudet. Charles Belair
and Montauban have their forces camped at
the Valadon plantation, prepared to help
Dessalines. Describes the fires between
Montagne and Crochus. Animals are killed
every night. Needs a white officer to re-
store peace because only he would have e-
nough support to do so. 3 pp. fo.

162. an 10, 6 germ. GAMBART,
1802, 27 Mar. DS. A survey, addressed to General Leclerc,
[n.p.] of revenues, expenses, properties and their
administration, justice, education, police
and the war against the negroes; how things
are at present and how they should be.
25 pp. fo.

163. an 10, 8 germ. BENJAMIN, VANDES. Chef de Bataillon ex-adjoint
1802, 29 Mar. aux Adjudants gen4raux
Le Cap [Frangais] LS to: Leclerc, Capitaine general
Working under the army of Toussaint Louver-
ture, he has realized his intentions of usur-
ping power; he risks his life to try
useful information with notes and data on St.
Domingue. 2 pp. fo.

164. an 10, 9 germ. GASHEL, ___ fits
1802, 30 Mar. LS to: Rochambeau
Baracoa (Cuba) Hopes that the General has received his let-
ter in France and that he will come back to
Haiti. Asks the General to employ as aide-
de-camp a young man called Lagrange whose
family has been ruined by the revolution.
4 pp. 40.

165. an 10, 9 germ. REPUSSARD, FAUSTIN. Capitaine de la Garde na-
1802, 30 Mar. tionaZe
Bourg des Verrettes LS to: Rochambeau
Reports on the action of the Garde national
towards the restoration of peace. Requests
supplies of ammunition and arms. Bids the
General to encourage the refugees of St.
Marc to return to Les Verrettes. 2 pp. 40.


166. an 10, 10 germ.
1802, 31 Mar.
Genes (Italy)


D'HAUTAVOINE, __
litaire de Genes
LS to: Rochambeau


Econome de l'Hopital mi-


161-166








CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


167. an 10, 10 germ.
1802, 31 Mar.
Fort de la Crete-
A-Pierrot





168. an 10, 10 germ.
1802, 31 Mar.
Le Cap [Frangais]







168a. an 10, 10 germ.
1802, 31 Mar.
Habitation Castera









168b. an 10, germ.
1802, end of Mar.
Paris (France)





169. an 10, germ.
1802, end of Mar.
Paris (France)




170. an 10, germ.
1802, end of Mar.
Paris (France)


171. an 10, 11 germ.
1802, 1 April
Le Cap [Frangais]


Gives the General news of common friends and
of himself. 3 pp. 40. (address leaf)

GALBOIS, Chef de Bataillon
LS to: Rochambeau
Requests orders for sending a patrol of
eight men every night to guard Chef de Bri-
gade Urbain. Gives information concerning
the activities of his garrison. Reports dis-
covery of an important quantity of syrup at
Toussaint's habitation.13 2 pp. 40

HARDY, JEAN. General de Division
LS to: [Leclerc], General en chef
After three days of marching he arrived from
Crete-a-Pierrot to Dondon. He was attacked
in Dondon by the rebels, and being without
munitions and communications because of the
rains, he has had to abandon the position.
He has lost many brave soldiers. 2 pp. fo.

URBAIN, ___ Chef de Brigade, commandant la
Cavalerie
LS to: C. Andrieu, Chef de Z'Etat major de
Za Division Rochambeau
Asks for orders for 100 packages of car-
tridges to be delivered to the squadron.
Informs him of his visit to the post Crete-A-
Pierrot, and asks that the margins of the
Artibonite be frequently patrolled. 4 pp.
40

DUFAY, __ [Ex-depute de St. Domingue]
LS to: Rochambeau
Requests that the General send someone to
his plantation at St. Louis to determine its
current condition and to make a report to
him in Paris. 4 pp. fo.
Enc.: questionnaire


LS to: Rochambeau
Informs the General of his desire to return
to St. Domingue as administrator of the Pos-
tal Service. Requests his assistance in ob-
taining necessary recommendations. 2 pp. fo.


LS to: Rochambeau
Congratulates the General on his successful
military campaign in St. Domingue. 1 p. fo.

HARDY, JEAN. General de Division
LS to: [Leclerc], G4ndral en chef
Explains the line he has established to cover
the North Plain; Christophe has gathered all


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172. an 10, 11 germ.
1802, 1 April
Les Verettes


173. an 10, 12 germ.
1802, 2 April
Le Cap [Frangais]








174. an 10, 12 germ.
1802, 2 April
Le Cap [Francais]
















175. an 10, 12 germ.
1802, 2 April
Marseille (France)


176. an 10, 12 germ.
1802, 2 April
Fort de la Crgte-
a-Pierrot



177. an 10, 12 germ.
1802, 2 April
Paris (France)


the outlaws in Les Mornes; General Desfour-
neaux is ill with dysentery. 3 pp. fo.

REPUSSARD, FAUSTIN. Capitaine commandant de la
Garde national
LS to: [Rochambeau]
Reports his efforts to induce farmers to re-
turn home. Informs the General about the
conduct of Pierre Guibert, the rescue of wo-
men kidnapped by the enemy, and the pursuit
of armed men along the river. 3 pp. 40.

HARDY, JEAN. General de Division
LS to: [Leclerc], General en chef
Gives detailed account of his movements;
is maintaining complete discipline, prepa-
ring for encounter with Christophe. At
La Tannerie they were attacked by him; it
was impossible to hold their position. His
division went to their aid. It is a cruel
war. 4 pp. fo.


LS to: Leclerc], General en chef
Has helped General Rigaud, his family and
entourage embark for France, and made the
payments due to them. The negro Belette has
been put on board also, in chains, and limi-
ted to a simple ration. Desfourneaux is
sick, replaced by General Clausel. Dampiere
and Thouvenot misunderstood the orders and
departed from La Marmelade with 1,100 men,
without leaving a detachment for Ennery, and
came to Dondon. All left for Port Margot,
and from there in one straight march they
should go to Plaisance. Asks for authoriza-
tion to pay the soldiers. 3 pp. fo.
See also no. 216.

DEBERNARD, DOMINIQUE.
LS to: Rochambeau
Requests news of Madame Barnas Durumain, re-
sident of Jacmel. 1 p. 40

GALBOIS, Chef de Bataillon
LS to: Rochambeau
Acknowledges receipt of the General's two
letters. Suggests that they change the name
of this fort to "Fort de 1'Artibonite."
1 p. 40

MORAND, Gneral de Division
LS to: Rochambeau
Recommends the citizen Villestiveau, who will
arrive at St. Domingue as officer de la
legion expeditionnaire. 1 p. fo.


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178. an 10, 12 germ.
1802, 2 April
Les Verrettes







179. an 10, 12 germ.
1802, 2 April
Habitation Castera







180. an 10, 12 germ.
1802, 2 April
Habitation Castera








181. an 10, 12 germ.
1802, 2 April
Habitation Castera


182. an 10, 13 germ.
1802, 3 April
Dunkerque (France)




183. an 10, 13 germ.
1802, 3 April
Poste de Dodart









184. an 10, 13 germ.
1802, 3 April
Port Republicain


REPUSSARD, FAUSTIN. Capitaine commandant de la
Garde national
LS to: Rochambeau
Thanks the General for ordering the supply
of arms and ammunition for the Garde natio-
nale. Informs him that in Les Verrettes,
colored people are returning to their set-
tlement. 1 p. fo.

URBAIN, Chef de Brigade commandant la
Cavalerie
LS to: Rochambeau
Requests the General to issue an order
strengthening discipline regarding the ad-
mittance of soldiers to the hospital without
any valid reason, and the release of soldiers
from jail. 3 pp. 40.


LS to: Rochambeau
Informs the General of the failure of his
attempt to replace the company of the 71e
Brigade by his twenty-five dragoons; of Cy-
prien's refusal to leave his post, and of
the lack of fodder. Requests the General's
consent to replace the company stationed at
Les Verrettes instead. 3 pp. 40.


LS to: Rochambeau
Reiterates his request to replace
pany stationed at Les Verrettes.


the com-
2 pp. 40


BONNOT,
LS to: Rochambeau
Requests information regarding his brother-
in-law, Jean Marie Verbreghe, who is be-
lieved to be in St. Marc, 3 pp. fo. (enc.
of no. 1621)

CYPRIEN, [JEAN MARIE FRANCOIS?]. Adjudant ma-
jor commandant de la 3e Bataillon de la 71e
Brigade de Ligne
LS to: Rochambeau
Acknowledges receipt of the General's letter,
which entrusts him with the supervision of
the Garde national. Wishes to know the
General's intentions regarding the transfer
of some soldiers from that corps to the ca-
valry. 1 p. 4.

DEBELLE, ALEXANDRE CESAR. Gdneral, Chef com-
mandant de Z'Artillerie
LS to: Rochambeau
Informs the General of the replacement of
Villaret by General St. Martin, of whom he


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speaks with praise. 1 p. 4.


185. an 10, 13 germ.
1802, 3 April
Port Republicain


IDLINGER, JOSEPH ANTOINE. Administrateur des
Domaines nationaux
ADS. Informs General Leclerc of the decrees
of General Toussaint regarding cultivation.
1 p. fo.
Enc.: Observations on cultivation


186. an 10, 13 germ.
1802, 3 April LS to: Leclerc, General en chef
Port Republicain Is sending La Loi de la Constituante qui
fixe La demarcation des departements de la
Partie frangaise et espagnole de St. Domin-
gue. 1 p. fo.
Enc.: lacking

187. 1802, 3 April MALLESPINE, M
Rozeau (Dominique) LS to: Rochambeau
Informs the General about Martinique because
of the situation in Guadeloupe, where the
General should go to restore peace. Is send-
ing a case of liquor. 2 pp. fo.

188. an 10, 13 germ. SANS SOUCI, JEAN BAPTISTE. Commandant de Z'Ar-
1802, 3 April rondissement
La Grande Riviere L to: Toussaint Louverture
States that he is sending 18 prisoners; tells
about the bravery of Commandant Al6sis.
1 p. fo. (signed by his secretary La Mar-
tiniere; address leaf)

189. an 10, 13 germ. SANS SOUCY, JEROME.
1802, 3 April ALS to: Toussaint Louverture, General en
La Coupe a David chef de St. Domingue
Asks for assistance because he is sick and
without means. He appeals to his long
friendship with the General. 2 pp. 40.

190. an 10, 14 germ. DEBELLE, ALEXANDRE CESAR. General, Chef com-
1802, 4 April mandant de I'Artillerie
Port Republicain LS to: Rochambeau
He has given the order to prepare the for-
tress for resistance, according to the Ge-
neral's own order; is sending General Saint
Martin, entrusted with the supervision of the
works. 2 pp. 40

191. an 10, 14 germ. IDLINGER, JOSEPH ANTOINE. Administrateur des
1802, 4 April Domaines nationaux
Port Republicain ADS. Is sending to Leclerc the plan for the
administrative personnel of St. Domingue.
5 pp. fo.
Enc.


192. an 10, 14 germ.


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1802, 4 April
Port REpublicain






193. an 10, 14 germ.
1802, 4 April
Port-au-Prince




194. an 10, 14 germ.
1802, 4 April
Les Verrettes







195. an 10, 15 germ.
1802, 5 April
Port de la Crete
A Pierrot







196. 1802, 5 April
Charleston (S.C.,
U.S.A.)


197. an 10, 15 germ.
1802, 5 April
Les Verrettes




198. an 10, 15 germ.
1802, 5 April
La Grande Riviere




199. an 10, 16 germ.
1802, 6 April
Poste de Dodart


ADS. Reports to General Leclerc on the sec-
ond question concerning customs and decrees
of various governors during the revolution.
2 pp. fo.
Enc.: list of customs taxes and merchandise
exempted

LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Andrieux
Petition in favor of Lt. Fleuriot who has
been replaced; report of troop inspections.
2 pp. 40

REPUSSARD, FAUSTIN. Commandant de la Garde na-
tionale
LS to: Rochambeau
Informs the General that he has gathered a
hundred men and consequently he needs sup-
plies. Reports the murder of several women
by the black people, and his effort to res-
cue some of them. 2 pp. 4.

GALBOIS, ____ Chef de Bataillon
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports on the decrease of revenue due to the
absence of population at La Petite Riviere:
people have not come home except for some
women, old people and the sick. The need for
meat is increasing. He has captured one of
Toussaint's guides whom he is sending to Les
Verrettes. 3 pp. 40

PERONNE,
LS to: Rochambeau
Requests news of Mr. Labarthe, officer of the
60e Regiment. 1 p. fo.

REPUSSARD, FAUSTIN. Commandant de la Garde na-
tionale
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports on a reconnaissance patrol by Comman-
dant Cyprien and himself to the habitation
of Maug6. 2 pp. 40

ROMAIN, ____ Chef de Brigade
LS to: Toussaint Louverture, Gouverneur
Gives details about the campaign against the
French: his marches are without success,
but he keeps worrying the enemy, burning and
attacking. 1 p. fo. (address leaf)

CYPRIEN, [JEAN MARIE FRANCOIS?]. Adjudant ma-
jor Commandant du 3e Bataillon de la 71e
Brigade
LS to: Rochambeau


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200. an 10, 16 germ.
1802, 6 April
Port R6publicain




201. an 10, 17 germ.
1802, 7 April
Quarter de Marie
Galante
(Guadeloupe)


202. an 10, 17 germ.
1802, 7 April
Artibonite




203. an 10, 17 germ.
1802, 7 April
Artibonite




204. an 10, 17 germ.
1802, 7 April
Artibonite



205. an 10, 18 germ.
1802, 8 April
Poste Dodart








206. an 10, 18 germ.
1802, 8 April
Poste Dodart


Gives an account of his reconnaissance mis-
sions to various habitations and reports the
presence of rebels there, who run at his
approach. 2 pp. 40

LATOUCHE-TREVILLE, LOUIS RENE MADELEINE LE VAS-
SOR DE. Contre-amiral commandant les Forces
navales
D(copy). Appointing Jean Boze as Chef du
movement du Port, with the authorization of
Leclerc. 1 p. fo. (enc. of no. 905)

SERIZIAT, CHARLES. Commandant des Troupes de
la Guadeloupe
LS to: Rochambeau
Requests news of future European reinforce-
ments, and of military situation in St. Do-
mingue. 2 pp. 40

TITUS, Commandant de la Garde national
LS to: Rochambeau
Informs the General that he could not find
timber to build a ferry, therefore he has
procured a large boat and a barge to cross
the river Artibonite. 1 p. 40.


LS to: Rochambeau
Informs the General that in the future he
will no longer be able to provide the army
with so much livestock due to the hardships
inflicted on the animals. 1 p. 40


LS to: Rochambeau
Information concerning the population which
is returning to the various habitations.
2 pp. 40

CYPRIEN, [JEAN MARIE FRANCOIS?]. Adjudant com-
mandant du 3e Bataillon de la 71e Brigade
LS to: Rochambeau, General
A note stating that he encloses a copy of
the report from the officer commanding a de-
tachment at Mirebalais, and that no communi-
cation has been possible with that post.
1 p. 40
Enc.: lacking

GUYON, Lieutenant du 3e Bataillon de
la 71e Brigade
D(copy) to: L'Adjudant major
Detailed report on encounters with a large
number of rebels along the river; this has
taken place on the road communicating with
Mirebalais, consequently it was necessary to


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retreat to the Espinville plantation. 2 pp.
fo.


207. an 10, 18 germ. HARDY, JEAN. General de Div iion
1802, 8 April LS to: Rochambeau
Le Cap [Frangais] Informs the General on the impossibility of
keeping Dondon under the present circum-
stances. Consequently he has crossed the
North Plain; reports the loss of 400 men.
The communication with Plaisance appears to
be difficult since the region is in insur-
rection. 1 p. 40

208. [an 10], 18 germ. LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL. General en chef
1802, 8 April DS(with autographed notes). Decree estab-
Le Cap [Frangais] lishing that the Ggneraux de Division may
have only twelve guides and the Generaux de
Brigade only six. 1 p. fo.

209. an 10, 18 germ. POSTER,
1802, 8 April LS to: Rochambeau
Toulon (France) Reminder of a promise made by the General in
Paris to address a petition to the Ministre
de la Marine concerning a commission for
him as sous-commissaire. 3 pp. 4.

210. an 10, 18 germ. SALME, __ Gneral de Brigade
1802, 8 April DS. Order to Captain Paul to gather all the
Petite Anse mulattos of the Morin plantation and draft
them for the army. 1 p. fo.
Enc.: Receipts for mulattos and cows

211. an 10, 18 germ. TITUS, ___ Commandant de la Garde national
1802, 8 April LS to: Rochambeau
Artibonite States that among the 1000 farmers who sur-
rendered there are women from the Dumas ha-
bitation. Reiterates his request to have a
detachment to patrol the plain in order to
arrest insurgents and to bring farmers back
to their duty. 2 pp. 40
See also no. 215.

212. an 10, 18 germ. TREBOUTE, Chef de Bataillon de la 79e
1802, 8 April Demi-brigade
Plassac LS to: Rochambeau
Informs the General that he is sending to
him the best carriage that he has found; that
during the night he heard a fusillade in the
direction of Mirebalais. 1 p. 4.

213. an 10, 18 germ. URBAIN, ___ Chef de Brigade, Commandant de
1802, 8 April la Cavalerie
Habitation Castera LS to: Rochambeau
Citizen Ropignal, bearer of the General's
letter, has come with two horses that seem to
be stolen, though he denies it. Awaits Ro-


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214. an 10, 19 germ.
1802, 9 April
Artibonite




215. an 10, 19 germ.
1802, 9 April
Artibonite











216. an 10, 20 germ.
1802, 10 April
Plaisance





217. an 10, 20 germ.
1802, 10 April
Le Cap [Frangais]




218. an 10, 20 germ.
1802, 10 April
Le Cap [Frangais]




219. an 10, 20 germ.
1802, 10 April
Paris (France)




220. an 10, 21 germ.
1802, 11 April
Habitation Mayance


chambeau's decision. 71e Companie which was
in training has arrived. 2 pp. fo.

TITUS, Commandant de la Garde national
LS to: Rochambeau
Requests arms and ammunition in order to send
a detachment to rebel territory to look for
livestock. Describes claims made by owners
of animals sent to St. Marc. 2 pp. fo.


LS to: Rochambeau
States that Dessalines is visiting Le Marin
with the intention of building a fort, and
the Garde national is patrolling in order
to be able to report. The majority of the
farmers no longer side with the rebels but
are dispersed in the woods of the vicinity.
Suggests sending an important patrol to stop
the enemy's progress and to bring the farmers
back to their duty. 2 pp. fo.
See also no. 211.

CLAUSEL, BERTRAND. Gnderal de Division
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports that he is acting as temporary com-
mander during the illness of General Des-
fourneaux. Informs the General on the mili-
tary situation. 2 pp. 40.
See also no. 174.

LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL. Gdneral en chef
ADS(draft). Ordinance establishing that all
citizens in possession of ammunition or arms
must make a written statement to this effect
addressed to the Commandant de la Place.
2 pp. fo. (with final draft)


ADS(draft). Ordinance for the sale of the
ship Le Mouton and its cargo, property of
Captain Bunel; an appointed commission will
be charged with surveying the sale. 2 pp.
fo. (with final draft)

TERRASSON, C
LS to: [Rochambeau]
Announces his appointment to the Senate.
Highly recommends General Tholoz6, new chief
of the Corps du Genie in St. Domingue. 1 p.
40

BELAIR, CHARLES. G4neral de Brigade
ALS to: Toussaint Louverture, Gouverneur de
St. Domingue. He has executed his orders.
His main concern is to stop the enemy.


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221. an 10, 21 germ. ROUME, __ Agent particulier du Directoire
1802, 11 April executive de St. Domingue
Le Cap [Francais] DS. Permit to Nicolas Delabre and his wife
to travel to France. 1 p. fo.

222. an 10, 22 germ. BONNE LA CHICOTTE, _
1802, 12 April LS to: Gen4ral en chef [Rochambeau]
St. Marc Letter complaining that Dessalines has taken
her two cows. Asks that the General give
orders for those animals to be returned to
her. 1 p. 40

223. an 10, 22 germ. HUIN, CHRISTOPHE. Adjudant commandant
1802, 12 April LS to: Rochambeau
Gonalves Reports his settlement at Gonalves. Inquires
about the scope of his power, insists on the
necessity of establishing three new posts
and of patrolling the plain. Awaits orders
pertaining to this. Intends to reorganize
the Garde national. Asks permission to pull
down two houses to gain material for new
constructions at Gona'ves. 4 pp. 4.

224. an 10, 22 germ. [LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL]. General en chef
1802, 12 April AD(draft). Considering that the circumstan-
Le Cap [Frangais] ces which kept the ports closed have disap-
peared, this ordinance opens the ports of Le
Cap, Port Rdpublicain and Les Cayes to French
and foreign ships. The Directeur de la
Douane is charged with sending to the ordon-
nateur the bill listing cargos and prices.
2 pp. fo. (with final draft)
See also no. 144.

225. an 10, 22 germ.
1802, 12 April ADS(draft). Decree establishing that there
Le Cap [Frangais] be only one Payeur general in the colony, and
naming his functions. 1 p. fo. (with final
draft)

226. an 10, 22 germ. PAGEOT, FRANCOIS SEBASTIEN. General de Brigade
1802, 12 April LS to: Rochambeau
Jacmel Announces his arrival in St. Domingue from
New England, where he had been deported by
Toussaint Louverture. Awaits orders from the
General. 2 pp. fo.
See also no. 346.

227. an 10, 22 germ. TITUS, Commandant de la Garde national
1802, 12 April LS to: Rochambeau
Habitation Romette Gives an account of the reconnaissance of
both shores of the Artibonite River. Insists
on the necessity of having a strong post in
that region. Reports the stealing of salt
from the salines by Toussaint's guard of ho-
nour. Has been informed that the enemy sta-


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228. an 10, 23 germ.
1802, 13 April
Desir-Bion




229. an 10, 24 germ.
1802, 14 April
Cap Frangais


230. [an 10?], 24 germ.
1802, 14 April
[n.p.]


231. an 10, 24 germ.
1802, 14 April
Desir-Bion





232. an 10, 24 germ.
1802, 14 April
Artibonite








233. an 10, 24 germ.
1802, 14 April
Habitation Castera




234. an 10, 24 germ.
1802, 14 April
Habitation Castera


235. an 10, 24 germ.
1802, 14 April


tioned at the Marchand habitation plans to
attack the posts. Is sending a young negro
who can give the General good information.
2 pp. fo.

VERNET, ANDRE. General de Brigade, commandant
S'Arrondissement
LS to: Toussaint Louverture
He has sent someone to tell the governor
about the roads. Horses have been used for
transportation of the injured. 2 pp. 4.

COLIN, M Ministre du Culte catholique
DS. Summary of observations on the colony,
touching every aspect, and presented to Ge-
neral Leclerc. 18 pp. fo.

LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL. General en chef
ADS. Decree confiscating the ship La Marina
and its cargo, and regulating the sale of it.
1 p. fo.

REPUSSARD, FAUSTIN. Capitaine de la Garde na-
tionale
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports reconnaissance patrols conducted by
the troops and by the Garde national. On
one occasion the enemy was found and defeat-
ed. 2 pp. fo.

TITUS, Commandant de Za Garde national
LS to: Rochambeau
Report pertaining to the Bellanger habita-
tion: visit of an officer of the 71e Bri-
gade who, upon hearing that the inhabitants
were with the rebels, immediately turned
back. The same officer also went to Bac du
Centre but fled because of the presence of
enemy troops. 1 p. fo.

URBAIN, __ Genral de Brigade, Commandant
de la Cavalerie
LS to: Rochambeau
Inquires about the charge brought against
Audig6 who is being detained in prison.
1 p. 40


LS to: Rochambeau
States that Crecy, first horn-player of the
regimental band, has orders to go to Port-au-
Prince and present himself to the Chef de
Z'Etat major. 2 pp. 40


LS to: Rochambeau


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236. an 10, 25 germ.
1802, 15 April
Le Cap [Frangais]


237. an 10, 25 germ.
1802, 15 April
Gonalves











238. an 10, 25 germ.
1802, 15 April
Les Verrettes





239. an 10, 25 germ.
1802, 15 April
Le Cap Frangais



240. an 10, 25 germ.
1802, 15 April
Le Bac





241. an 10, 25 germ.
1802, 15 April
Le Bac





242. an 10, 25 germ.
1802, 15 April
Le Bac


Informs the General that he is sending him
a piano found at his habitation. 1 p. 4.

BOYER, PIERRE. General de Brigade
LS to: Rochambeau
He is returning soldiers to their respective
divisions according to orders. 1 p. 4.

HUIN, CHRISTOPHE. Adjudant commandant
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports that Desfontaines has performed his
mission but that the interview has been post-
poned because of Toussaint's unexpected arri-
val. Provisions have been sold to a Spanish
schooner. Because of the lack of customs
tax, he has entrusted the receveur des do-
maines nationaux with the function of col-
lecting an exportation duty. Inquires the
General's opinion of this measure. 2 pp.
40

REPUSSARD, FAUSTIN. Commandant de la Garde na-
tionale
LS to: Rochambeau
Requests on behalf of the population that the
fortifications around Les Verrettes not be
abandoned because they are the only refuge
for families. 2 pp. fo.

[LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL]. General en chef
AD(draft). Ordinance establishing that all
the payeurs and receveurs are to keep book-
keeping in francs. 2 pp. fo. (with final
draft)

TITUS, Commandant de la Garde national
L to: Rochambeau
Is sending account concerning the Belanger
and Les Halles habitations. Practically no
farmers have returned; the cotton has been
partially gathered. 2 pp. fo. (signed by
Pacanes for Titus)


L to: Rochambeau
After having sent a messenger to induce
those under Dessalines' and Toussaint's or-
ders to surrender, he reports the surrender
of two guides. 1 p. fo. (signed by Pa-
canes for Titus)


LS to: Rochambeau
Complains that too many posts of his divi-
sion have asked that they be provided with
meat, and because of his lack of time and


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243. an 10, 26 germ.
1802, 16 April
Fort Dodart





244. an 10, 26 germ.
1802, 16 April
Terra Neuve






245. an 10, 27 germ.
1802. 17 April
Gonalves









246. an 10, 27 germ.
1802, 17 April
Le Cap [Frangais]









247. an 10, 27 germ.
1802, 17 April
Le Cap [Frangais]





248. an 10, 27 germ.
1802, 17 April
Fort de la Crete-
A-Pierrot


of cattle, he requests that an end be put to
those demands. 2 pp. fo.

CYPRIEN, [JEAN MARIE FRANCOIS?]. Chef de la 3e
Bataillon de la 71e Brigade
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports the reconnaissance made to outposts
of the Boudet division, and the return of in-
habitants to the various settlements. 2 pp.
40

IGNACE, Commandant
LS to: Mon general [Rochambeau]
Acknowledges the General's orders to curb the
disorders caused by his detachments in the
Bassins district; but justifies his actions
by the presence of rebels in that district.
He has sent 100 men who encountered rebels
and took a prisoner. 1 p. fo.

HUIN, CHRISTOPHE. Adjudant commandant
LS to: Rochambeau
Describes situation of Fort Bayonnais, Plai-
sance, Port Ennery, as reported by a letter
brought by Desfontaines. Comments on Des-
salines' men and his project to invade French
lines. He will try to prevent this invasion
and reminds Rochambeau of the smallness of
the Gendarmie and of their many duties.
4 pp. 40

LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL. General en chef
AD(draft). Instructions for Captain Mayne,
commandant la frigate "L'Infatigable".
Mayne is to leave for Havana; there he will
permit Havana passengers to land and will set
out immediately for Veracruz; once there he
will remain until the mission is accom-
plished. 2 pp. fo.
Enc.: final copy of the instructions
See also nos. 247, 299.


AL(draft) to: Gouverneur de Cuba [Marquis de
Someruelos]. States that the frigate L'In-
fatigable will stop in Cuba on its way to
Veracruz to collect 250,000 piastres payment
due by the Spanish government. 1 p. fo.
See also no. 246, 299.

LEHMAN, Capitaine commandant en absence
du Commandant Galbois
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports the arrival of Commandant Labadie
with only four of his soldiers. As soon as
Labadie has mustered his troops (who, after


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249. an 10, 27 germ.
1802, 17 April
Mirebalais









250. an 10, 27 germ.
1802, 17 April
Artibonite




251. an 10, 27 germ.
1802, 17 April
Artibonite










252. an 10, 28 germ.
1802, 18 April
Fort Dodart









253. an 10, 28 germ.
1802, 18 April
A bord de "Le
Tourville"
St. Marc


254. an 10, 28 germ.
1802, 18 April
Habitation Castera


his surrender, scattered onto various habita-
tions), he intends to establish a post at
the place appointed by the General. 1 p. fo.

PONT, Capitaine des Grenadiers, comman-
dant de MirebaZais
LS to: Rochambeau
Since the arrival of General Kerversau at
Las Cahobas, he has been sending a detachment
of forty men every day to make contact with
Kerversau's detachment which delivers to them
parcels for various divisions of the army.
Asks that urgently needed shoes be sent.
2 pp. 40

TITUS, Commandant de la Garde national
L to: Rochambeau
The bearer of the present letter is escorting
a soldier from the Marchand habitation who
has just surrendered. 1 p. 40. (signed
by Desseren for Titus)


L to: Rochambeau
Reports the arrest of two rebels who had stol-
en salt and were immediately executed. The
same night a detachment of rebels plundered
a settlement, while the inhabitants escaped
into the woods. His company pursued the in-
surgents, who tried to flee, giving up their
plunder. Sends to the General a soldier who
has been one of their prisoners. 2 pp. fo.
(signed by Desseren for Titus)

CYPRIEN, [JEAN MARIE FRANCOIS?]. Chef de Ba-
taillon
LS to: Rochambeau
Gives an account of his reconnaissance mis-
sions and of the enemy's ambushes. Suggests
the creation of a post at the Maury settle-
ment (i.e., Maure) where the rebels come to
get provisions, but insists on the necessity
of sending 100 men, whereas he can send only
twenty-five. 3 pp. 40

HENRY, Commandant Ze Vaisseau "Le
Tourville"
LS to: Rochambeau
His ship, with 650 men on board, has just
cast anchor, and he is going to proceed with
the disembarkation of the troops. 2 pp. 4.

URBAIN, Chef de Brigade, commandant la
Cavalerie
LS to: [Rochambeau]
As according to the General's order, he will


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CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


255. an 10, 28 germ.
1802, 18 April
Quarter g6n&ral
d'H6ricourt




256. an 10, 29 germ.
1802, 19 April
St. Marc




257. an 10, 29 germ.
1802, 19 April
Crete-a-Pierrot







258. an 10, 29 germ.
1802, 19 April
St. Marc




259. [an 10], 29 germ.
[1802], 19 April
Le Cap [Frangais]






260. an 10, 29 germ.
1802, 19 April
Le Cap Frangais


report the nomination of Captain Baillox to
the officers' board, but points out the ne-
cessity for Baillox to be immediately appoin-
ted considering the fact that only one or two
posts remain unfilled. 2 pp. 40

VERNET, ANDRE. General de Brigade, commandant
S'Arrondissement
LS to: Toussaint Louverture, Gouverneur de
St. Domingue. Is sending Captain Figaro to
explain that no person of any color (nor
white) has been left at Terre Neuve. 1 p.
40

DODARD, LOMELLE.
LS to: Rochambeau
Petition to retain the house leased by Ber-
nard Boisset to her late husband for a three
year period. All records have been burned
by the rebels. 2 pp. fo.

GALBOIS, __ Chef de Bataillon
LS to: Rochambeau
Requests the General to persuade the inhabi-
tants of the Petite Riviere, refugees at St.
Marc, to return to their district, where they
may settle temporarily under the protection
of a garrison. Same request is being made of
Commandant Titus. 2 pp. 40

JOLIVEUX, LAURENT. Maire de la Ville
LS to: Rochambeau
Acknowledges receipt of the General's orders,
which he is going to publicize, concerning
the return of the refugees to Petite Rivi&re
within twenty-four hours. 1 p. fo.

LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL. General en chef
AL(draft) to: Lacross, Gendral
Considers the situation in Guadeloupe so im-
portant that he has appointed General Boudet
to handle it. He cannot predict the turn of
events in the colony. 1 p. fo.
See also nos. 260, 261.


ALS(draft) to: Pelage, Hypolite; Frasau,
Enoix; and Charles Cornelet at Guadeloupe
Impossibility of recognizing the present go-
vernment of Guadeloupe because it was estab-
lished after the French representative was
sent. They cannot judge General Lacrosse
without declaring themselves in rebellion
against France; besides, he has received ex-
cellent reports on the progress of the colo-
ny. Is sending General Boudet to command the


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CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


island. 2 pp. fo.
See also nos. 59, 261.


261. [an 10], 29 germ.
[1802], 19 April
Le Cap [Frangais]




262. an 10, 29 germ.
1802, 19 April
Le Cap [Frangais]







263. an 10, 29 germ.
1802, 19 April
Le Cap [Frangais]





264. an 10, 29 germ.
1802, 19 April
Plagac (i.e.,
Plassac)



265. an 10, 29 germ.
1802, 19 April
Quarter general
D'Hdricourt




266. an 10, 29 germ.
1802, 19 April
Quarter general
D'Hgricourt


267. an 10, 3 flor.
1802, 23 April
Port Republicain


LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL. G4n4ral en chef
AL(draft) to: Genvral Boudet
Need of sending an expedition to suppress the
insurrection in Guadeloupe; how this expedi-
tion should be organized. 2 pp. fo.
See also nos. 259, 260.

[LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL]. General en chef
AD(draft). Ordinance establishing three com-
missions which will be responsible for reco-
vering money owed to the rebels before their
politics were revealed, and now to be placed
in the army treasury; responsible also for
gathering all objects useful for the Repub-
lic in warehouses to be sold in public auc-
tion. 1 p. fo.


D. Ordinance giving permission to French and
foreign ships to enter the port of Saint Do-
mingue as well as the ports of Le Cap, Port
R6publicain and Les Cayes, as according to
the decree of 22 germinal. 1 p. fo.
See also nos. 144, 224.

TREBOUTE, Chef de Bataillon
LS to: Rochambeau
States that his battalion has been lacking
bread for four days, and that there is no
more meat. Requests that an end be put to
such dearth. 2 pp. 40

VERNET, ANDRE. General de Brigade
LS to: Toussaint Louverture
Reports that it is impossible to find salt in
the Dumas salines. He has sent Guillaume La-
vache to the Pierre salines; will let him
know the results. 2 pp. 40.
See also no. 266.

LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL. General en chef
LS to: Toussaint Louverture
Is sending salt which Lavache has found. Has
learned that a detachment from Gros Morne
came to Le Bassin and took all persons pri-
soner. 1 p. 40
See also no. 265.

CHALAMEL, Chef de Bataillon de la 56e
Brigade
LS to: Rochambeau
Wishes to know the reasons for his being or-
dered to leave his battalion, and the charges


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CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


268. an 10, 3 flor.
1802, 23 April
Plessis St. Amand
(France)


269. an 10, 3 flor.
1802, 23 April
Port-au-Prince



270. an 10, 4 flor.
1802, 24 April
Port-au-Prince

271. an 10, 4 flor.
1802, 24 April
Mirebalais


272. an 10, 5 flor.
1802, 25 April
Port-au-Prince



273. an 10, 5 flor.
1802, 25 April
Le Cap [Frangais]









274. an 10, 5 flor.
1802, 25 April
Le Cap [Frangais]


275. an 10, 5 flor.


against him. Requests the General's under-
standing of his cause. 3 pp. 40.
Enc.: copies of two letters (the same infor-
mation) which the writer sent to the General
en chef de I'Armde and to General Lacroix.

FOUCAULT,
LS to: Monsieur
Requests a change of administration for his
properties in St. Domingue, explaining his
reasons. 6 pp. 40


LAVALETTE, J Chef de
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports troop movements,
ken. 2 pp. 4.


LS to: Rochambeau
Reports military movements.


Brigade, Commandant


certain actions ta-


1 p. 40.


PONT,
LS to: Rochambeau
They have been attacked by the enemy, two
men were killed, five wounded, but after a
five-hour fight the enemy was pushed back be-
yond the Petite Riviere. Expects other en-
gagements with the rebels. Complains of
lack of biscuits and wine. 3 pp. 40

LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Announces no change in the situation. 1 p.
40

LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL. General en chef
AL(draft) to: le Gouverneur de Cuba
Announces that his army has occupied the is-
land of St. Domingue. Conditions on the is-
land are bad, and he needs the help of a
friendly country such as Cuba. He needs
3,000 mules and 600 horses. He is confident
he will obtain this help from Cuba, Porto
Rico and Veracruz. 2 pp. fo.
See also no. 276.


AL(draft) to: le Gouverneur de Veracruz
Asks him to help French citizen Scudery to
transfer the funds stated in a bill of ex-
change issued by the Treasury of Madrid for
the purchase. 1 p. fo.

LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL. General en chef


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CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


1802, 25 April
Le Cap [Frangais]



276. an 10, 5 flor.
1802, 25 April
Le Cap [Francais]








277. an 10, 5 flor.
1802, 25 April
Le Cap Frangais





278. an 10, 5 flor.
1802, 25 April
St. Marc





279. an 10, 6 flor.
1802, 26 April
Port-au-Prince



280. an 10, 6 flor.
1802, 26 April
Port-au-Prince



281. an 10, 6 flor.
1802, 26 April
Le Cap Frangais



282. an 10, 7 flor.
1802, 27 April
Petite Riviere



283. an 10, 7 flor.


ADS(draft). Decree concerning passports for
travelling throughout the colony, in the
arrondissement and in the commune. 1 p. fo.
(with final draft)

LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL. General en chef
AL(draft) to: Dugua, GIneral
Needs mules and horses. Is sending Captain
D'Alvinar to St. Leon with a despatch for
the governor to permit the export of mules
and horses from that province. He will give
three francs per mule if they arrive in good
condition at St. Domingue. 1 p. fo.
See also no. 273.


AD(draft). Proclamation to the inhabitants
of St. Domingue, announcing his intentions,
now that the war is over, of reorganizing the
colony on the basis of equality for all re-
gardless of color. 2 pp. fo.
Enc.: copy of the proclamation

PERODIN, aine. Commissaire aux Classes
d St. Marc
LS to: Rochambeau
He has just shipped two carriages for the
General and expresses his regret that the
General will establish his headquarters at
Port-au-Prince. 1 p. fo.

LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports troop formation and movements; and
the rejection by the garde magasin of poor
quality wheat from Jacmel. 1 p. 40.


LS to: Rochambeau
Transmits two copies of a new municipal
health ordinance. 1 p. 4.
Enc.: lacking

[LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL]. General en chef
D. Ordinance declaring void the first arti-
cle of the decree of 28 pluviSse which de-
clared General Christophe an outlaw. 1 p.
fo.


JEAN, CHARLES.
ALS to: Verr


Chef de Bataillon


Recounts his fight with the French: he set an
ambush; eight soldiers and one officer were
taken prisoner. 1 p. 40. (address leaf)


LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade


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CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


1802, 27 April
Port Republicain


284. an 10, 7 flor.
1802, 27 April
Port Republicain


285. an 10, 7 flor.
1802, 27 April
Port R6publicain


286. an 10, 7 flor.
1802, 27 April
Le Cap [Frangais]


287. an 10, 7 flor.
1802, 27 April
St. Michel




288. an 10, 8 flor.
1802, 28 April
Port R6publicain

289. an 10, 8 flor.
1802, 28 April
Port-au-Prince


290. an 10, 9 flor.
1802, 29 April
Port-au-Prince


290a. an 10, 9 flor.
1802, 29 April
Port Republicain



291. an 10, 9 flor.
1802, 29 April
Port-au-Prince


292. an 10, 9 flor.
1802, 29 April
Le Cap Frangais


LS to: Rochambeau
Announces the arrival by boat from St. Marc
of the wife and first mistress of one Deruis-
seau, a prisoner. 1 p. 40.
LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade
LS to: Rochambeau
Announces arrival of General Paul Louverture;
departure of 200 men for La Croix des Bou-
quets. 1 p. 4.

LS to: Rochambeau
Is sending the report of the Commandant du
Port. 1 p. 40
Enc.: lacking
LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL. General en chef
ADS. Ordinance incorporating onto cultiva-
ted land properties already farmed and those
of the rebels. Asks for protection for pri-
vate properties and owners. 1 p. fo.
VERNET, ANDRE. General de Brigade
LS to: Toussaint Louverture
Reports that Citizen Coco, Juge mayoral of
La Hatte, who abandoned the place when the
European troops came, has returned. He asks
what to do with him. 1 p. 40
BERTRAND, Conmmissaire des Guerres
LS to: Rochambeau
Relates briefly the state of the warehouse.
2 pp. fo.
LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Announces no change in the situation.
1 p. 40
JAUVIN, J L. Chef de I'Administration,
Sous-prdfet de la Partie de l'Ouest
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports his actions after certain orders from
the General. 2 pp. 40.
LATOUCHE-TREVILLE, LOUIS RENE MADELEINE, LE
VASSOR DE. Contre-Amiral
D (copy) Ordering Jean Boz6 to take charge
of his functions as Chef du Mouvement du
Port. 1 p. fo. (enc. of 905)
LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports troop movements and formation.
1 p. 40
LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL. General en chef
ADS. Ordinance to stop desertions from the
ships of the French Republic. 2 pp. fo.


284-292







CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


(with a final draft)


292a. an 10, 10 flor.
1802, 30 April
[n.p.]




293. an 10, 10 flor.
1802, 30 April
Port Rdpublicain






294. an 10, 10 flor.
1802, 30 April
Port-au-Prince



295. an 10, 10 flor.
1802, 30 April
Port-au-Prince



296. an 10, 10 flor.
1802, 30 April
Le Cap [Frangais]





297. an 10, 10 flor.
1802, 20 April
St. Marc





298. an 10, 10 flor.
1802, 30 April
St. Michel


299. [an 10, flor.]


DAUZE,
L(copy) to: Z'Ordonnateur Perroud
Informs him that the General en chef intends
that he should depart for Port R6publicain
in the first ship, and his family can follow
him later. 1 p. 40. (enc. of no. 325)

DUGUA, Genral de Division
LS to: Gnderal en chef [Leclerc]
Refers to the cost of maintenance of several
ships. Includes a letter on the same sub-
ject written to Amiral Latouche-Treville,
and the estimate of the cost of repairing the
ship Clorinde. 2 pp. fo.
Enc.

LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports arrival of a detachment of artillery
from Jacmel. 1 p. 40.


LS to: Rochambeau]
Reports arrival of military reinforcements
from M81e St. Nicolas and Les Cayes.
1 p. 40

PAGEOT, FRANCOIS SEBASTIEN. General de Brigade
LS to: Rochambeau
Enumerates his misfortunes: his property
was completely destroyed and his brother was
assassinated by Christophe. Requests for
the third time that Rochambeau recommend him
to General Leclerc. 2 pp. 40

REY, Chef de Brigade, Commandant de la
5e-d'Infanterie legdre
LS to: Rochambeau
Expresses his regret for his separation from
the General; assures him of the attachment
of all the officers and soldiers of the 5e
d'Infanterie 16gere. 1 p. fo.

VERNET, ANDRE. Gednral de Brigade, commandant
S'Arrondissement
LS to: Toussaint Louverture
Reports he has sent five of his guides and
seven dragoons. He cannot send more guides
because they are in pitiful condition. He
cannot send horses because they are injured.
3 pp. 4.

LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL. Gendral en chef


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CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


[1802, April or May] AL to: l'Intendant de Cuba
[Le Cap Frangais] Asks that 60,000 piastres be sent, which he
will reimburse as soon as he receives the
money from Veracruz. 1 p. fo.
See also no. 246, 247.

300. an 10, [flor.] LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL. General en chef
1802, [April or May] ALS(draft) to: le Gouverneur de Cuba
[Le Cap Frangais] [Marquis de Someruelos]. Complains that
fresh food was given to an English vessel
and was denied to the French L'Infatigable.
3 pp. fo.

301. an 10, [flor.] _
1802, [April or MayT AL(draft) to: le Gouverneur de Cuba [Mar-
[Le Cap Frangais] quis de Someruelos]. Reports that the Spa-
nish part of the island is completely peace-
ful. 1 p. fo.


302. an 10, 11 flor.
1802, 1 May
Port Republicain


303. an 10, 11 flor.
1802, 1 May
Port Rdpublician


304. an 10, 11 flor.
1802, 1 May
Le Cap Frangais

305. an 10, 11 flor.
1802, 1 May
Le Cap [Frangais]





306. an 10, 11 flor.
1802, 1 May
[Cap Frangais]


307. an 10, 11 flor.
1802, 1 May
Le Cap Frangais



308. an 10, 12 flor.
1802, 2 May
Port Republicain


BOYE, JACQUES. Gegnral de Division
ALS to: Rochambeau
Asks that an important chart be sent.
40.


1 p.


LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports troop movements. 1 p. 40.

[LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL]. G4ndral en chef
D. Decree rendering void Article I of the
decree of 28 pluviSse. 1 p. fo.

LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL. Gne4ral en chef
ADS. Decree establishing that the regula-
tions on coastal trade (11 floreal) are valid
also for the Spanish part of the island.
1 p. fo.
Enc.: final draft
See also nos. 306, 307.


DS. Decree on coastal trade cabotagee).
1 p. fo. (two copies, one unsigned)
See also nos. 305, 307.

[LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL]. Ge4nral en chef
DS(with autographed corr.). Regulations on
coastal trade cabotagee). 4 pp. fo. (two
copies)
See also nos. 305, 306.

LACROIX, Archiviste du Gouvernement
ALS to: General Dugua
Knowing that he must be ready to depart for
Le Cap, he has some questions and a request:


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CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


309. an 10, 13 flor.
1802, 3 May
Le Cap Francais









310. an 10, 14 flor.
1802, 4 May
St. Marc







311. an 10, 15 flor.
1802, 5 May
Port Republicain

312. an 10, 15 flor.
1802, 5 May
Port Republicain



313. an 10, 15 flor.
1802, 5 May
[n.p.]







314. an 10, 15 flor.
1802, 5 May
Les Cayes


315. an 10, 15 flor.
1802, 5 May
Port R6publicain


1) Should Toussaint's papers be in the Ar-
chives; 2) are the papers of the Administra-
teur des Finances to be opened; 3) request
the release of the Archives of the two Con-
seils superieurs. 4 pp. 40

LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL. Gne~ral en chef
ADS(draft). Since many unauthorized persons
have visited the citizens requesting money
for various purposes, he establishes that
the only legitimate contributions are those
officially recognized. The persons who have
paid money under other circumstances should
present a complaint supported by evidence.
1 p. fo.
Enc.: final draft

REY, Chef de Brigade, Commandant de la
5e Infanterie legere
LS to: Rochambeau
Requests the General to confirm the appoint-
ment of Captain Guignace whose behavior is to
be praised. Urges that particular considera-
tion be given to two other soldiers whom he
has already mentioned in a previous letter.
2 pp. fo.

BOYE, JACQUES. General de Division
ALS to: General Rochambeau
Recommends the architect Fourcade. 1 p. 4.

LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports departure of the men for Mirebalais;
patrol activity. 1 p. 4.

[LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL]. General en chef
L to: son Excellence Monsieur Ze Capitaine
general de l'Isle de Cuba. Is sending a copy
of the letter by the Ministre des Relations
exterieures to General Lannes, Ministre de la
Republique frangaise in Portugal, in which he
announces the signing of a peace treaty be-
tween France and England. 1 p. fo.
Enc.: lacking

PELLISSIERE, L
LS to: Mon cher general [Rochambeau]
Gives news of friends and happenings at Les
Cayes. 3 pp. 40.

PREVOST, CYR. Maire de la Ville
LS to: Rochambeau
They are making every effort to make the
citizens respond to the General's request for


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CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


materials. 2 pp. 4.


316. an 10 15 flor.
1802, 5 May
St. Michel




317. an 10, 16 flor.
1802, 6 May
Habitation Berna-
gousse


318. an 10, 16 flor.
1802, 6 May
Plaisance



319. an 10, 16 flor.
1802, 6 May
Plaisance


VERNET, ANDRE. General de Brigade, commandant
S'Arrondissement
DS. Order to Captain Pierre to deliver to
Captain Armand what he was entrusted with
and to place it according to instructions.
1 p. 16.5 x 20.5 cm.

BELAIR, CHARLES. General de Brigade
LS to: D. Toussaint Louverture
Has executed his orders upon arrival here and
as indicated he has distributed the women
among the plantations of Aquin. 1 p. 40.

CLAUSEL, BERTRAND. General de Division
LS to: Rochambeau
Expresses pleasure on learning of Rocham-
beau's request for him to serve under his
command. 1 p. 40


LS to: Rochambeau
Thanks the General for
1 p. 40.


his recommendation.


320. an 10, 16 flor. DEMISSY,
1802, 6 May LS to: Rochambeau
La Rochelle (France) Greetings. Hopes for a quick peace in St.
Domingue. Recommends M. Seignette, bearer of
the letter. 3 pp. 40


321. an 10, 16 flor.
1802, 6 May
Port R6publicain





322. an 10, 16 flor.
1802, 6 May
Le Cap Frangais



323. an 10, 16 flor.
1802, 6 May
Le Cap Frangais


324. an 10, 16 flor.
1802, 6 May
Port R6publicain


LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports military movements; theft of valua-
bles from Mme. Leclerc. Gives list of men
who have embarked as according to orders.
3 pp. 40

[LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL]. General en chef
DS. Appointment of Captain Auguste Perez as
Sous-commissaire de Marine de premiere Clas-
se. 1 p. fo.
Enc.: another copy


AD(draft). Ordinance regulating cabarets
and sale of wine. 2 pp. fo.
Enc.: a final copy

LOVIN, Capitaine rapporteur pour la
Commission militaire
LS to: Drouin, Chef de Brigade
Announces he has been obliged to arrest M.
Enfant and gives the causes. Requests that


316-324







CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


325. an 10, 16 flor.
1802, 6 May
Port Republicain





326. an 10, 16 flor.
1802, 6 May
Port Republicain



327. an 10, 17 flor.
1802, 7 May
Habitation Berna-
gousse

328. an 10, 17 flor.
1802, 7 May
Port REpublicain




329. an 10, 17 flor.
1802, 7 May
Port Republicain

330. an 10, 17 flor.
1802, 7 May
Port Republicain


331. an 10, 17 flor.
1802, 7 May
Port R6publicain




332. an 10, 17 flor.
1802, 7 May
St. Michel




333. an 10, 18 floor.
1802, 8 May
Petit-Goave


the latter be sent back to France. 2 pp.
40.

PERROUD, HENRI. Ordonnateur
LS to: Rochambeau
Introduces himself as the new ordonnateur in
the Departement de l'Ouest. 1 p. 40
Enc.: two copies of letters addressed to
him by M. Dauz6 concerning the new appoint-
ment: see no. 292a.

PREVOST, CYR. Maire de la Ville
LS to: Rochambeau
Thanks Rochambeau for his letter; hopes he
will be able to restore the colony to its
former splendor. 1 p. 4.

BELAIR, CHARLES. General de Brigade
LS to: le Gouverneur Toussaint Louverture
Asks him for the truth about the rumors that
have reached him. 1 p. 40.

BERTHAULT, YVES. Payeur du Departement de
Z'Ouest
LS to: Rochambeau
Discusses some acquisitions which are consi-
dered part of expenses, and the services he
is in charge of. 1 p. 40

BERTRAND, Commissaire des Guerres
LS to: Rochambeau
Administrative questions. 1 p. 4.

LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
No change in the situation. 1 p. 4.

PIGNARD, EDME. Capitaine charge de l'Habille-
ment de la 19e Demi-brigade d'Infanterie le-
gere
LS to: Rochambeau
Requests a supply of cloth material, urgently
needed for new uniforms. 1 p. fo.

VERNET, ANDRE. General de Brigade, commandant
l'Arrondissement
LS to: Toussaint Louverture
Reports he has given orders to Jean Bordet to
get two pieces of beef, one for the governor
and another for Charles Belair. 1 p. 4.

DELPECH, Chef de Bataillon
LS to: Rochambeau
Assures him of their extreme efforts to ar-
rest Tacot, agent of Toussaint. Disbelief


325-333







CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


334. an 10, 18 flor.
1802, 8 May
Petit-Goave


335. an 10, 18 flor.
1802, 8 May
Port Republicain




336. an 10, 18 flor.
1802, 8 May
Port Republicain


337. an 10, 18 flor.
1802, 8 May
Le Cap [Frangais]






338. an 10, 19 flor.
1802, 9 May
Port R6publicain


339. an 10, 19 flor.
1802, 9 May
Port Republicain



340. an 10, 19 flor.
1802, 9 May
Croix des Bouquets


341. an 10, 20 flor.
1802, 10 May
Port REpublicain


342. an 10, 20 flor.
1802, 10 May
Petit-Goive


that farmers will revolt. Inquires as to
procedure to be used for a person travelling
outside the arrondissement. 2 pp. 40.

DELPECH, __ Chef de Bataillon
LS to: Rochambeau
Expresses satisfaction for definitive peace
between France and England. 1 p. 40.

LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de Za Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Writes concerning orders to arrest two men
recently arrived from Spanish Santo Domingo:
Chapotin and Jean Francisco. 1 p. 40.


LS to: Rochambeau
Troop arrivals; peace celebrations. 1 p.
40

LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL. General en chef
AL(draft) to: Sir George Nugent and Admiral
J. T. Duckworth. Presents the situation of
the colony after the agreement of peace be-
tween Great Britain and France; the disarma-
ment of the negroes he has ordered has pro-
duced some rebellions, but the general situ-
tion is good. 4 pp. fo.

BERTRAND, Commissaire des Guerres
LS to: Rochambeau
Includes a precise inventory of the food that
has been consumed from the warehouse. 1 p.
4. (also signed by Bertrand)
Enc.

LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Arrival of Adjudant commandant Andrieu at
Port R6publicain; all is quiet. 1 p. 40.

LEFEVRE, Chef de Brigade
LS to: Rochambeau
Announces that he repelled an attack of se-
venty men. He awaits orders. 1 p. 40.

BERTRAND, Conmnissaire des Guerres
LS to: Rochambeau
Tells of controversial acquisition of live-
stock from the Spanish zone. 3 pp. fo.

DELPECH, Chef de Bataillon
LS to: Rochambeau
Assurance that the widow Ram6e will receive


334-342







CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


343. an 10, 20 flor.
1802, 10 May
Port R6publicain


344. an 10, 20 flor.
1802, 10 May
Le Cap Frangais



345. an 10, 20 flor.
1802, 10 May
Le Cap Frangais



346. an 10, 20 flor.
1802, 10 May
Le Cap [Frangais]





347. an 10, 20 flor.
1802, 10 May
St. Marc



348. an 10, 21 flor.
1802, 11 May
Port R&publicain



349. an 10, 21 flor.
1802, 11 May
Port R6publicain




350. an 10, 21 flor.
1802, 11 May
Habitation Marchan


351. an 10, 21 flor.
1802, 11 May
Port Republicain


L


her possessions upon her arrivel. 1 p. 4.

AVALETTE, J_ Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Announces no change. 1 p. 40.


[LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL]. General en chef
D(draft). Appointment of Captain Frangois
Biraben as Directeur de la Douane du D&parte-
ment du Nord. 1 p. fo.
Enc.

LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL. General en chef
DS. Decree replacing the Combefort habita-
tion, formerly dependent on the Hipital des
Padres, by another. 1 p. fo.
Enc.: final copy

PAGEOT, FRANCOIS SEBASTIEN. General de Brigade
LS to: Rochambeau
Complains of lack of response to his last
three letters. Lists reasons why Toussaint
deported him. Requests assistance. 3 pp.
fo.
See also no. 226.

REY, Chef de Brigade, commandant la 5e
d 'Infanterie legere
LS to: Rochambeau
Thanks the General for his interest in Lieu-
tenant Brotschi. 1 p. fb.

BERTRAND, __ Commissaire des Guerres
LS to: Rochambeau
Requests a passport for M. Lafoutant to go
to the Spanish zone to buy livestock. 1 p.
fo.


LS to: Rochambeau
Complains of lack of funds; services and ac-
tivities suffer. Ingredients for making
bread are ready, but there are no utensils.
2 pp. fo.

DESSALINES, JEAN JACQUES. General de Division
LS to: Ge'nral Rochambeau
d He is awaiting orders to march on to St.
Marc. He is ready. 1 p. 40.

LAVALETTE,,J hef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports on hospital evacuees, yellow fever
cases; peace celebration; survey of hospital


343-351







CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


351a. an 10, 21 flor.
1802, 11 May
Port R6publicain





352. an 10, 22 flor.
1802, 12 May
Port R6publicain


353. an 10, 22 flor.
1802, 12 May
St. Marc




354. an 10, 22 flor.
1802, 12 May
Le Cap [Frangais]






355. an 10, 22 flor.
1802, 12 May
Port-au-Prince



356. an 10, 22 flor.
1802, 12 May
Port-au-Prince


357. an 10, 22 flor.
1802, 12 May
Port R6publicain


facilities; desertions. 1 p. 4.
Enc.: report of the officers de la sante
on diseases and on the state of the hospital:
see no. 351a.

OFFICERS DE SANTE.
DS. Report addressed to General Rochambeau
on the kind of illnesses which exist in Port
Republicain; there are about 700 persons
sick, 400 wounded, 200 with yellow fever.
There are no strange sicknesses. 1 p. fo.
(enc. of no. 351)

AUBRY, A Chef de Bataillon, Directeur
d'Artillerie
LS to: Rochambeau
Refers to the General's orders to M. Char-
rier to deliver certain supplies to the lo-
cal arsenal. 1 p. 40
Enc.: list of supplies

BERTET, Chef de Bataillon, commandant
la Place de St. Marc
LS to: Rochambeau
Requests orders. Explains the situation,
which is particularly dangerous here; com-
plains of lack of men and arms. 3 pp. 40

DEBELLE, J F. J. General de Division
LS to: Rochambeau
Complains of abuses of power of which the
General is undoubtedly aware. Also protests
the attempt by the chef de Z'Etat major, the
prefet, and other authorities to seize wine
from his private home in Port Republicain.
2 pp. fo.

JAUVIN, J L. Chef de I'Administration,
Sous-prefet de la Partie de l'Ouest
ALS to: Rochambeau
Requests a time for a friendly conversation
about administrative matters. 2 pp. 4.


LS to: Rochambeau
Requests a prompt answer to an
1 p. 4.


LAVALETTE, J Chef de
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau


old letter.


Brigade, Commandant


Recounts attempts made to isolate victims of
contagious diseases coming from hospital
ships; arrival of ship from Jamaica with vic-
tims of unknown fever. Requests an order for
quarantining ships from abroad. 3 pp. 4.


351a-357








CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


358. an 10, 22 flor.
1802, 12 May
Port R6publicain





359. an 10, 22 flor.
1802, 12 May
Port Republicain

360. an 10, 23 flor.
1802, 13 May
Jacmel






361. an 10, 23 flor.
1802, 13 May
Port-au-Prince




362. an 10, 23 flor.
1802, 13 May
Le Cap [Frangais]





363. an 10, 23 flor.
1802, 13 May
Port-au-Prince




364. an 10, 23 flor.
1802, 13 May
Port-au-Prince


365. an 10, 23 flor.
1802, 13 May
Le Cap Frangais


LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Encloses a report presented by Legros, a far-
mer, on the killing and stealing perpetrated
by the rebels. 1 p. 4.
Enc.


LS to: Rochambeau
Routine patrols. 1 p. 40. (address leaf)

DROUIN, __ Chef de Brigade
LS to: Rochambeau
Pleads with the General to accept the en-
closed resignation of 2nd Lieut. Esnault of
the 2e Bataillon de la Loire, whose ignorance
can be detected by his letter. 2 pp. fo.
Enc.: lacking

JAUVIN, J L. Chef de Z'Administration,
Sous-prefet de la Partie de I'Ouest
LS to: Rochambeau
Certificate proving that M. Carlin has served
in the district as an administrative employee.
1 p. 40

LATOUCHE-TREVILLE, LOUIS RENE MADELEINE LEVAS-
SOR DE. Contre-amiral commandant les Forces
navales
L(copy) to: Jean Boze
Announces Boze's temporary appointment as
Capitaine de Port. 1 p. fo. (enc. of no.
905)

LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Announces arrival of two former members of
General Rigaud's army from New England; asks
what should be their fate. 1 p. 4.


LS to: Rochambeau
Troops sent to St. Marc; Michel Derisseau
missing at roll call. 1 p. 40.

[LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL]. General en chef
D. Orders that Captain Cavin, adjoint a
l'Etat major, who has dared to place taxes
on the people of Spanish Santo Domingo and
especially a tax of 1400 gourdes, be deli-
vered to the military command where he is to
be judged. 1 p. fo.
Enc.: another copy


358-365







CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


366. an 10, 23 flor.
1802, 13 May
Les Verrettes





367. an 10, 24 flor.
1802, 14 May
Le Cap [Frangais]




368. an 10, 24 flor.
1802, 14 May
Port Republicain



369. an 10, 24 flor.
1802, 14 May
Port-au-Prince





370. an 10, 24 flor.
1802, 14 May
Port-au-Prince



371. an 10, 24 flor.
1802, 14 May
Port-au-Prince


372. an 10, 24 flor.
1802, 14 May
[Le Cap Frangais]


373. an 10, 25 flor.
1802, 15 May
Port-au-Prince






374. an 10, 25 flor.
1802, 15 May


REPUSSARD, FAUSTIN. Commandant de la Garde na-
tionale
LS to: Brunet, General de Division
Defends himself against the accusation
brought against him by Commandant Cyprien
that he is involved in illicit trade of
horses. 3 pp. fo.

BENEZECH, PIERRE. Conseiller d'Etat
LS to: Rochambeau
Complains about the present situation in Le
Cap. Promises to help M. Longchamp who is
highly recommended by the General. 2 pp.
40

BERTHAULT, YVES. Payeur general du Departement
de l'Ouest
LS to: Rochambeau
Discusses the situation in the bank and pay-
ments to be made. 2 pp. 40.

LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
All is quiet; Michel Derisseau and Jedonne
are publicly named deserters; have not come
back. 1 p. 40
See also no. 364.


LS to: Rochambeau
Reports departure of replacements for the
Western Part. 1 p. 40
Enc.: list of names with their positions.


LS to: Rochambeau
Expansion of the Gendarmerie on basis es-
tablished by Toussaint. 2 pp. 40.

[LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL]. General en chef
AD(draft). Decree suspending the ration of
fodder for the officers' horses; regulation
of these rations. 4 pp. fo.

BERTHAULT, YVES. Payeur general du D4partement
de l'Ouest
LS to: Rochambeau
Complains about a large sum of money which
has not been given to his administration.
2 pp. 40
Enc.: copy of the letter which raised this
complaint, signed by Citizen Perroud.

LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place


366-374








CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


Port REpublicain


375. an 10, 26 flor.
1802, 16 May
Le Cap [Frangais]


376. an 10, 26 flor.
1802, 16 May
Petit Maniel



377. an 10, 26 flor.
1802, 16 May
Port Republicain



378. an 10, 27 flor.
1802, 17 May
Anse-A-Veau





379. an 10, 27 flor.
1802, 17 May
Port Republicain


380. an 10, 28 flor.
1802, 18 May
Port R6publicain


381. an 10, 28 flor.
1802, 18 May
Montreuil




382. an 10, 28 flor.
1802, 18 May
Gonalves



383. an 10, 28 flor.


LS to: Rochambeau
Troop departures; routine patrols, parade.
1 p. 40

HARDY, JEAN. General de Division
LS to: Rochambeau
Cordial note requesting information relative
to the Lefevre family from Le Petit Trou.
Announces that the General en chef intends to
retire to the island of La Tortue [i.e., La
Tortuga] for several days of rest. 1 p. 40.

LA FRANCE, PAUL. Chef de Brigade
LS to: Rochambeau
Refers to inspection of the troops, and an-
nounces he will continue his travel through
the department. 2 pp. 40.

LAVALETTE, J__ Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports settlement of debt litigations.
1 p. 40

HULISSE, JEAN. Commandant militaire de la Com-
mune de l'Anse-d-Veau
LS to: Rochambeau
Complains bitterly about the conduct of M.
Langlade, who refuses to obey his orders di-
rected to avoid any vexation to Citizen Pas-
cal and his family. 3 pp. 40.

LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports arrival of casualties. 1 p. 40

BERTRAND, __ Commissaire des Guerres
LS to: Rochambeau
Presents the situation of the military post
which holds 335 men. 2 pp. 4.

GALBOIS, __ Chef de Bataillon
LS to: Rochambeau
Announces that he and General Saint Martin
have begun the demolition of the fortlet, as
ordered by General Brunet. Gives full in-
formation about this work. 2 pp. fo.

HUIN, CHRISTOPHE. Commandant de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Refers to the new commune; acknowledges re-
ception of orders which will be carried out
as soon as possible. 2 pp. 40.


.Chef de Brigade, Commandant


375-383


LAVALETTE, J







CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


1802, 18 May
Port Republicain



384. an 10, 28 flor.
1802, 18 May
Le Cap [Franqais]



385. an 10, 29 flor.
1802, 19 May
Port Republicain





386. an 10, 29 flor.
1802, 19 May
Port Republicain



387. an 10, 29 flor.
1802, 19 May
Port Republicain




388. an 10, 29 flor.
1802, 19 May
Camache





389. an 10, 20 flor.
1802, 20 May
Port R6publicain


390. an 10, 30 flor.
1802, 20 May
Port Republicain


de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
All is quiet; many troop desertions; arrival
of sick soldiers from St. Marc. 1 p. 40.

PAGEOT, FRANCOIS SEBASTIEN. G4neral de Brigade
LS to: Rochambeau
Acknowledges receipt of his letter and thanks
him for the recommendation to Leclerc.
2 pp. 40

BERTHAULT, YVES. Payeur general du Departement
de l'Ouest
LS to: Rochambeau
Requests authorization to pay compensation
to a cargo ship which remained in port be-
cause M. Paget, the captain, could not pay
the duties. 2 pp. 40

LAVALETTE, J_ Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports all is well; patrols; shortage of
medicine. 1 p. 40

SALMON, ALEXANDRE. Agent en chef des H6pitaux
militaires de la Colonie
LS to: Rochambeau
An urgent request for 20,000 francs for the
hospital and a complaint about the lack of
funds. 3 pp. fo.

VERNET, ANDRE. General de Brigade, commandant
I'Arrondissement
LS to: Toussaint Louverture
Has received orders for Commandant Jean Char-
les; will depart immediately so that the com-
mander can execute his orders without delay.
1 p. 40

BERTRAND, .Commissaire des Guerres
LS to: Rochambeau
Letter introducing an account of the provi-
sions to be sent during the next month to
different points in the d4partement. 1 p.
40.
Enc.: list of provisions

LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports that twenty-three men of the Artil-
lerie colonial, and eighteen of the Batail-
lon de La Martiniere have failed to report.
1 p. 40.


384-390








CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


391. an 10, 30 flor. NICOLAS, JEAN PIERRE. Chef de Brigade, Comman-
1802, 20 May dant en chef de l'Arrondissement Mirebalais
Mirebalais LS to: [Rochambeau]
Letter presenting excuses for his conduct
and assurances of his respect. 3 pp. 4.

392. an 10, 30 flor. PIGNARD, Capitaine charge de Z'Habille-
1802, 20 May ment, et Commandant de Depot de la 19e Le-
Port R6publicain gere
LS to: Rochambeau
Relates a delay in supplies. Refers also to
the present state of the warehouse. 2 pp.
fo.

393. an 10, prair. LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
1802, [after 20 de la Place
May] LS to: Rochambeau
Port R6publicain Reports sudden influx of evacuees from St.
Marc and Port Republicain to Port-au-Prince.
1 p. 40

394. an 10, prair. D. Amounts due to the officers adjoints a
1802, [after 20 May] l'Etat major. 1 p. fo.
St. Domingue

395. an 10, 1 prair. BERTRAND, Commissaire des Guerres
1802, 21 May LS to: Rochambeau
Port R6publicain Concerns new appointments in his administra-
tion. 1 p. fo.

395a. an 10, 1 prair. DESSALINES, JEAN JACQUES. General de Division
1802, 21 May LS to: Rochambeau
St. Marc The Commune has asked him to return the house
once occupied by General Brunet to Captain
Lodart. He himself is not occupying the
house but feels that he should. Awaits an
answer. 1 p. 40

396. an 10, 1 prair. FRANCOISE, JEAN L. Chef de Bataillon, Comman-
1802, 21 May dant du Camp
Mirebalais LS to: Rochambeau
Announces that one of the rebel chiefs has
surrendered with 378 guns and several men.
2 pp. fo.

397. an 10, 1 prair. LAVALETTE, J_ Chef de Brigade, Commandant
1802, 21 May de la Place
Port R6publicain LS to: Rochambeau
Death of General Clement; services in his
honour: Rochambeau is invited to attend.
1 p. 40.
See also nos. 406, 417.

398. an 10, 2 prair. DROUIN, Chef de Brigade
1802, 22 May LS to: Rochambeau
Port R6publicain Complains of the absolute lack of uniforms


391-398







CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


399. an 10, 2 prair.
1802, 22 May
Port Republicain



400. an 10, 2 prair.
1802, 22 May
Port Republicain



401. an 10, 3 prair.
1802, 23 May
Port R6publicain



402. an 10, 3 prair.
1802, 23 May
Port Rdpublicain



403. an 10, 3 prair.
1802, 23 May
Port Republicain




404. an 10, 4 prair.
1802, 24 May
Port-au-Prince



405. an 10, 4 prair.
1802, 24 May
Port-au-Prince



406. an 10, 4 prair.
1802, 24 May
Port-au-Prince



407. an 10, 5 prair.
1802, 25 May
Port R6publicain


in the 2e Bataillon; requests a supply of
cloth. 1 p. 40

DROUIN, Chef de Brigade
LS to: Rochambeau
Requests authorization for depositing 190
guns in the arsenal of Port R6publicain.
1 p. 40.

LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports troop movements; deserters (colored).
1 p. 40.

AUBRY, A Chef de Bataillon, Directeur d'
Artillerie
LS to: Rochambeau
Recommends that some officers be re-integra-
ted into the organization. 1 p. 40.

LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports departure of troops; arrival of the
generals Dubicourt and Dugua. 1 p. 4.

MAURIN, Capitaine du Genie
LS to: Rochambeau
Requests payments, otherwise there will be a
refusal by the men to continue work. Such an
interruption would be extremely harmful.
2 pp. fo.

LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Refers Mme. Leclerc's valet to General Ro-
chambeau. 1 p. 40.


LS to: Rochambeau
Reports desertions; unauthorized departure
for Cap Francais by Salmon, head of the hos-
pitals. 1 p. 40


LS to: Rochambeau
Sale of the belongings of General Cl6ment.
1 p. 40.
See also nos. 397, 417.

BERTHAULT, YVES. Payeur general du D4partement
de Z'Ouest
LS to: Rochambeau
Announces a transfer of cash; complains about


399-407








CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


an unauthorized payment. 1 p. 40.


408. an 10, 5 prair.
1802, 25 May
[St. Marc]





409. an 10, 5 prair.
1802, 25 May
La Tortue [i.e.,
La Tortuga]



410. an 10, 6 prair.
1802, 26 May
St. Marc



411. an 10, 6 prair.
1802, 26 May
Port Republicain


412. an 10, 6 prair.
1802, 26 May
St. Marc



412a. an 10, 6 prair.
1802, 26 May
Port-au-Prince



413. an 10, 6 prair.
1802, 26 May
Port-au-Prince



414. an 10, 7 prair.
1802, 27 May
Port-au-Prince


DESSALINES, JEAN JACQUES. General de Division
LS to: Rochambeau
Is sending a copy of the letter he wrote to
the General en chef by which the General will
learn of the step he has taken as obliged by
his duty. 1 p. fo.
Enc.: lacking

LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL. General en chef
ADS. Granting a reward of 1000 francs in
coffee to Henry for his good conduct on the
island of La Tortue during the insurrection.
1 p. fo.
Enc.: another copy

DESSALINES, JEAN JACQUES. GVndral de Division
LS to: Rochambeau
Is waiting for his orders; he cannot proceed
without them. He has not been receiving his
letters. 1 p. 40

LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports troop movements. 1 p. 40

MARGERET, Commandant de la PZace
LS to: Rochambeau
Explains why some officers have been arres-
ted. Refers also to the situation in the
department of Petit Marc. 3 pp. 4.

PERROUD, HENRI. Ordonnateur
LS to: Rochambeau
He has received new credit for about 50,000
francs toward payments for administrative
and military services. 2 pp. 40.

__, _
LS to: Rochambeau
A special request for a supply of wine, vi-
negar and oil, needed by the troops and the
hospital. 2 pp. 40

BERTHAULT, YVES. Payeur general du Departement
de l'Ouest
LS to: Rochambeau
The ordonnateur [Perroud] has announced that
every service is in pressing need of money
and that he must provide it in order to avoid
the interruption of these services. There-
fore he (Berthault) is disobeying the Gene-
ral's orders and paying 8000 gourdes to the
magasin de I'Etat for food. 2 pp. 40.


408-414







CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


415. an 10, 7 prair.
1802, 27 May
St. Marc




416. an 10, 7 prair.
1802, 27 May
Port Republicain


417. an 10, 8 prair.
1802, 28 May
La Tortue




418. an 10, 8 prair.
1802, 28 May
Grand Goave




419. an 10, 8 prair.
1802, 28 May
Port R6publicain







420. an 10, 9 prair.
1802, 29 May
[n.p.]


421. an 10, 9 prair.
1802, 29 May
Port R6publicain



422. an 10, 9 prair.
1802, 29 May
Les Cayes






423. an 10, 9 prair.
1802, 29 May


DESSALINES, JEAN JACQUES. G4neral de Division
LS to: Rochambeau
Asks for instructions concerning the numerous
deserters in the 4e and 18e Coloniale, and
among young black people. He needs orders
to restore discipline. 2 pp. 4.

LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de Za Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports no change in situation. 1 p. 4.

DEBELLE, ALEXANDRE CESAR. General, Chef comman-
dant de l'Artillerie
LS to: Rochambeau
Writes concerning his house, formerly occu-
pied by General Clement. 1 p. 40.
See also nos. 397, 406.

DESFOURRES, .Capitaine, Commandant mili-
taire
LS to: Rochambeau
In his inspections of the habitations he
found all things perfectly organized. 1 p.
40.

DUTRENNE, Adjudant
LS to: Rochambeau
An administrative report. 1 p. fo. (signed
on behalf of Bertrand)
Enc.: two bills of sale, the first signed
by Salvigny and dated 3 prairial, an 10; the
second signed by Degnier and dated 2 prai-
rial, an 10

FAIGNON, B
ALS to: Rochambeau
Requests information concerning her nephew's
properties in St. Domingue. 2 pp. 40.

LAVALETTE J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports troop movements; especially those of
colonial troops. All is well. 1 p. 40.

PELLISSIERE, L
LS to: Rochambeau
Requests permission for M. Champel, a respec-
table citizen of Les Cayes, to disembark from
the ship which brought him back from the U.S.
to the colony, without a special order from
Rochambeau. 2 pp. 4.

PILLET,
LS to: Rochambeau


415-423







CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


Basse Terre




424. an 10, 10 prair.
1802, 30 May
Genes (Italy)





425. an 10, 10 prair.
1802, 30 May
Port Republicain


426. an 10, 10 prair.
1802, 30 May
Port-au-Prince



427. an 10, 10 prair.
1802, 30 May
Port-au-Prince




428. an 10, 11 prair.
1802, 31 May
Le Cap [Frangais]



429. an 10, 11 prair.
1802, 31 May
Port-au-Prince



430. an 10, 11 prair.
1802, 31 May
Port-au-Prince


431. an 10, 12 prair.
1802, 1 June
Port Republicain


432. an 10, 12 prair.
1802, 1 June
Petit-Goave


Expresses his regret at not having been sta-
tioned in St. Domingue. Reports that the
war in Guadeloupe has probably been brought
to an end. 4 pp. 40

COUSSAUD, J J. Adjudant d la Ligurie
LS to: Rochambeau
Expresses concern about reports that the
General was wounded. He has sold Rocham-
beau's house for 192 pounds to the Commis-
saire des Guerres from whom he has never re-
ceived payment. 1 p. 4.

DEVAUX, PIERRE. General de Brigade
LS to: Rochambeau
Recommends M. Poussepin Monaide as captain
for the new Gendarmerie. 1 p. 4.

JAUVIN, J L. Chef de l'Administration,
Sous-prdfet pour la Partie de Z'Ouest
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports an administrative controversy.
1 p. 40

LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports troop movements; several men of the
Artillerie colonial were absent at the night
call. 1 p. 40

DAURE, HECTOR. Commissaire ordonnateur en chef
de Z'Armee expeditionnaire
LS to: Rochambeau
Confirms that he will do his best to help M.
Vrick. 1 p. fo.

LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports deserters; arrival of wine barrels.
1 p. 40


LS to: Rochambeau
Arrival of wheat on U. S. ship Anna Maria.
2 pp. 40

BERTRAND, .Commissaire des Guerres
LS to: Rochambeau
Deals with administrative questions concer-
ning certain payments. 2 pp. fo.

DELPECH, Chef de Bataillon
LS to: Rochambeau
Daily report; there is peace. 2 pp. 4.


424-432







CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


433. an 10, 12 prair.
1802, 1 June
[n.p.]




434. an 10, 12 prair.
1802, 1 June
Gonalves





435. an 10, 12 prair.
1802, 1 June
Port-au-Prince


436. an 10, 12 prair.
1802, 1 June
Philadelphia, Penn.
(U.S.A.)



436a. an 10, 12 prair.
1802, 1 June
Gonalves









437. an 10, 12 prair.
1802, 1 June
Port-au-Prince


438. an 10, 12 prair.
1802, 1 June
Gonalves



439. an 10, 13 prair.
1802, 2 June
Port Rdpublicain


440. an 10, 13 prair.
1802, 2 June


DE SAON, Chef de Bataillon de la 15e
Legere
LS to: Rochambeau
Gives information about different settlements
and asks for wine and clothes for his sol-
diers. 2 pp. 40

HUIN, CHRISTOPHE. Commandant de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Announces the assassination of an officer;
includes a letter by Mariotte giving infor-
mation on several habitations and on the si-
tuation in Gonalves. 3 pp. 4.
Enc.: see no. 436a.

LAVALETTE, J .Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Reporting troop movements. 1 p. 40.

LIOT, CHARLES FRANCOIS. Commissaire des Rela-
tions commercials i Philadelphia
DS. The passport and certificate of resi-
dence in Philadelphia of the Widow Arniaud
and her maid; issued in Philadlephia. 3 pp.
fo.

MARIOTTE, __ Garde magazine
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports the assassination of Citizen Vau-
thieu who had been nominated for the post of
Administrateur des Domaines nationaux. Vau-
thieu and four of his dragoons were inspec-
ting a zone according to orders when this
occurred. Requests for himself the post
which Vauthieu has left vacant. 2 pp. 40.
(enc. of no. 434)

PERROUD, HENRI. Ordonnateur
LS to: Rochambeau
About the purchase of some red wine.
2 pp. 40

REY, Chef de Brigade, commandant la 5e
d 'Infanterie legere
ALS to: Rochambeau
Highly recommends M. Thomasson for the posi-
tion of receveur des domaines. 1 p. fo.


3ERTRAND,
LS to:
Refers
2 pp.


_ Commissaire des Guerres
Rochambeau
to the Bordeaux wine and its price.
fo.


LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place


433-440


}







CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


Port Republicain



441. an 10, 14 prair.
1802, 3 June
Port Republicain

442. an 10, 14 prair.
1802, 3 June
Le Cap [Frangais]





443. an 10, 14 prair.
1802, 3 June
Port-au-Prince





444. an 10, 15 prair.
1802, 4 June
Port Republicain


445. an 10, 15 prair.
1802, 4 June
Paris (France)


LS to: Rochambeau
Reports troop movements and deserters.
1 p. 40. (address leaf)

BERTRAND, Commissaire des Guerres
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports on food supplies. 2 pp. fo.

DAURE, HECTOR. Commissaire ordonnateur en chef
de l'Armee expeditionnaire
LS to: Rochambeau
Announces the appointment of M. Bertrand as
Charged du Service d'appartements and that of
M. Perroud as Charge de la Police superieur
et hopitaux. 1 p. fo.

LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports the unexpected arrival of 120 pa-
tients from St. Marc, and subsequent over-
crowding of local hospital facilities.
2 pp. 40

BERTRAND, Commissaire des Guerres
ALS to: Rochambeau
Deals with controversies over financial mat-
ters. 1 p. fo.


CHASTENOYE,
ALS to: Rochambeau
Sends congratulations for the
stories. Highly recommends M.
to act as his attorney in the
2 pp. 40


General's vic-
Millot who is
colony.


446. an 10, 15 prair.
1802, 4 June
Grand Goeve




447. an 10, 15 prair.
1802, 4 June
Port-au-Prince




448. an 10, 15 prair.
1802, 4 June
Port-au-Prince


DESFOURRES, Capitaine, Commandant mi-
Zitaire
ALS to: Rochambeau
Announces the completion of the order re-
ceived concerning Citizen St. Martin, farmer.
1 p. fo.

JAUVIN, J L. Chef de I'Administration,
Sous-prefet pour la Partie de l'Ouest
LS to: Rochambeau
Refers to a theft in the Post Office; sug-
gests that measures should be taken to avoid
these things in the future. 1 p. 40.


LS to: Rochambeau
Reports a rumored theft in the Post Office.
1 p. 40. (Letter is followed by copy of the
one written by Citizen DeRosiers.)


441-448







CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


449. an 10, 15 prair.
1802. 4 June
Fond des Blancs











450. an 10, 15 prair.
1802, 4 June
Port-au-Prince



451. an 10, 15 prair.
1802, 4 June
Port R6publicain



452. an 10, 15 prair.
1802, 4 June
Les Cayes


453. an 10, 15 prair.
1802, 4 June
Le Cap [Frangais]




454. an 10, 15 prair.
1802, 4 June
Le Cap [Frangais]




455. an 10, 15 prair.
1802, 4 June
Habitation Castera




456. an 10, 16 prair.
1802, 5 June
Port Republicain


LABADIE, JOSEPH.
ALS to: Rochairbeau
The owner of a piece of land and his two
partners protest the order to return to work
at the habitation to which they were pre-
viously attached. Request permission to re-
main in possession or their property. 2 pp.
fo. (Note from Rochambeau orders the three
men to return to the habitation because, ac-
cording to existing laws, the other property
does not legally belong to them.)
Enc.: sale compromise

LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
L to: Rochambeau
Reporting troop movements. 1 p. 40. (ad-
dress leaf)

MAURIN, _
ADS. An estimate of the cost of transforming
the boat Robert to a state where it could
receive 150 sick persons. The estimate
amounts to 7729.30 francs. 2 pp. fo.

PELLISSIERE, L
ALS to: Rochambeau
Petition to gallicize an American ship in
port, in order to help commerce. 3 pp. 40

PIOGE, Chef du ler Bataillon de la 28e
Demi-brigade de l'Infanterie legere
LS to: Rochambeau
Highly recommends for the General's conside-
ration his battalion, and expresses his
loyalty and that of his soldiers. 3 pp. 40.

SAINT JULIEN, __ Prdfet apostolique
ALS to: Toussaint Louverture
Thanks him for the invitation to live with
him in Ennery; asks that he be given his
official credentials. 2 pp. 4.
(address leaf)

URBAIN, Chef de Brigade, commandant le
Corps des Dragons
LS to: Rochambeau
Complains of lack of supplies, medical assis-
tance. Requests immediate action to put an
end to this situation. 4 pp. fo.

BERTHAULT, YVES. Payeur general du D4partement
de l'Ouest
ALS to: Rochambeau
Reports financial and budgetary matters.
2 pp. 4.


449-456







CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


457. an 10, 16 prair.
1802, 5 June
Port-au-Prince



458. an 10, 16 prair.
1802, 5 June
St. Marc





459. an 10, 16 prair.
1802, 5 June
Port-au-Prince


460. an 10, 17 prair.
1802, 6 June
Port Republicain


LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports troop movements; arrival of casual-
ties. 1 p. 4.

MARGERET, Chef du 1er Bataillon Infan-
terie legere
ALS to: Rochambeau
Announces that General Dessalines has left
the fort with several officers. He is for
the present time in charge of it. Refers to
situations within the battalion. 2 pp. 40

PERROUD, HENRI. Ordonnateur
ALS to: Rochambeau
He has been in contact with M. Berthault.
1 p. 40

AUBRY, A Chef de Bataillon, Directeur
d'Artillerie
ALS to: Saint Martin, General, Chef de Bri-
gade d'Artillerie. Requests permission from
General Rochambeau to use some material found
in the district for construction work. 2 pp.
40


461. an 10, 17 prair. DESPALLIERE,
1802, 6 June ALS to: Rochambeau
Constant et Harenton Highly recommends his friend M. Emard Millot,
plantation owner in St. Domingue. 1 p. 40.


462. an 10, 17 prair.
1802, 6 June
Le Cap [Francais]



463. an 10, 17 prair.
1802, 6 June
Port-au-Prince


464. an 10, 17 prair.
1802, 6 June
Le Cap [Francais]






465. an 10, 17 prair.
1802, 6 June
Les Verrettes


DESSALINES, JEAN JACQUES. General de Division
LS to: Rochambeau
Recounts favorable reception in the city.
Reaffirms his loyalty to the French govern-
ment. 1 p. 40

LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports no change. 1 p. 40.

RAUME, Commandant Sous-chef de l'Etat
major general
DS. Record of service of the officers, sol-
diers, and all persons departing for France
with the squadron of Contre-amiral Magon.
3 pp. fo.
Enc.: additions to the list made by Le-
clerc's hand

REPUSSARD, FAUSTIN. Capitaine, Commandant de
la Garde national
LS to: Rochambeau
A petition for protection against plunder


457-465







CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


466. [an 10?],
18 prair.
[1802?], 7 June
Port R6publicain

467. an 10, 18 prair.
1802, 7 June
Fort Dauphin7



468. an 10, 18 prair.
1802, 7 June
Port-au-Prince



469. an 10, 18 prair.
1802, 7 June
Le Cap [Frangais]



470. an 10, 19 prair.
1802, 8 June
Port R6publicain




471. an 10, 19 prair.
1802, 8 June
Port R6publicain


472. an 10, 19 prair.
1802, 8 June
Aquin


473. an 10, 19 prair.
1802, 8 June
Port-au-Prince




474. an 10, 19 prair.
1802, 8 June
Port-au-Prince


and looting on behalf of the property owners.
3 pp. fo.

BERTRAND, Commissaire des Guerres
ALS to: Rochambeau
Announcement of the arrival of a shipment of
shoes. 1 p. 40

LACROIX, Ingenieur
DS(dupl.). Report on the topography and de-
fenses of the island from the town La Vega
to La Bayg de Samana, during his campaign of
an 9. 31 pp. fo.

LAVALETTE, J_ Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports troop movements, deserters. 1 p.
40

TREUIL, _
DS. Some observations on the one-quarter
revenue given to the farmers as security
against loss, and on the disadvantages to it.
9 pp. fo.

BERTRAND, .Commissaire des Guerres
LS to: Rochambeau
Concerns a wine shipment. 6 pp. fo.
Enc.: two precise accounts of the quantity
of wine delivered; both documents (two co-
pies) signed by Bertrand.


LS to: Rochambeau
Requests partial payment for the provision
of wine. 2 pp. fo.

LAPLUME, General, Commandant de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Acknowledges some orders and confirms their
execution. 1 p. 40

LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Forwards copies of two municipal decrees for
approval. 1 p. 4.
Enc.


LS to: Rochambeau
Reports the arrival of thirty-eight more ca-
sualties from St. Marc. 1 p. 4. (address
leaf)


466-474








CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


474a. an 10, 19 prair.
1802, 8 June
Port R&publicain






475. an 10, 20 prair.
1802, 9 June
Port Republicain




476. an 10, 21 prair.
1802, 10 June
Petit-Goave



477. an 10, 22 prair.
1802, 11 June
Port R6publicain




478. an 10, 22 prair.
1802, 11 June
Jacmel




479. an 10, 22 prair.
1802, 11 June
Port-au-Prince



480. an 10, 22 prair.
1802, 11 June
Port-au-Prince



481. an 10, 22 prair.
1802, 11 June
Port-au-Prince


482. an 10, 22 prair.
1802, 11 June
Port-au-Prince


ROCHAMBEAU, DONATION MARIE JOSEPH DE VIMEUR DE.
General de Division
L(copy) to: le Commandant de la Place
Martial-Besse must go to St. Marc and remain
there in command of the Brigade de l'Arron-
dissement under the orders of Dessalines.
1 p. fo. (enc. of no. 484)

LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
ALS to: Rochambeau
Reports the tightening of security; police
patrols; troop movements; casualties from
Gona'ves. 1 p. 4.

DELPECH, .Commandant de Z'Arrondisse-
ment
LS to: Rochambeau
Requests that Abb6 Gambin be allowed to re-
main in his district as cure. 2 pp. 4.

BOYE, JACQUES. Adjudant commandant
ALS to: Rochambeau
Returns letter from General Dugua and reports
that the next day he himself will come to
headquarters to receive his orders. 1 p.
40.

FERRAND, L Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
ALS to: Rochambeau
Refers to his inspections of the troops.
Explains his conduct toward M. Drouin.
3 pp. 40

JAUVIN, J L. Chef d'Administration, Sous-
prefet colonial du Departement de l'Ouest
LS to: Rochambeau
Suggests some measures to be taken with
foreign ships. 2 pp. 4.

LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Complains about theft of furniture by occu-
pants of requisitioned properties. 1 p. 40.


LS to: Rochambeau
Reporting the investigation of a civil crime
committed by Jouberton. 1 p. 40.


LS to: Rochambeau
Reports the arrest of Jean-Pierre Nicolas.
Guard and patrol activity. 2 pp. 40.


474a-482







CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


483. an 10, 22 prair.
1802, 11 June
Port-au-Prince






483a. an 10, 22 prair.
1802, 11 June
Port R6publicain



484. an 10, 22 prair.
1802, 11 June
St. Marc









485. an 10, 23 prair.
1802, 12 June
JEremie






486. an 10, 23 prair.
1802, 12 June
Port-au-Prince



487. an 10, 23 prair.
1802, 12 June
Port-au-Prince



488. an 10, 23 prair.
1802, 12 June
Port-au-Prince


489. an 10, 23 prair.
1802, 12 June
Le Cap [Frangais]


LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Is sending a roster of jail inmates; the
ones who are farmers were freed; the rest
are being used for public work projects.
1 p. 4.
Enc.: lacking

MARGARET, Chef du ler Bataillon Infan-
terie legere
DS. Communication giving to General Mar-
tial-Besse the command of the brigade in St.
Marc. 1 p. fo. (enc. of no. 484)

MARTIAL-BESSE, General de Brigade
LS to: Rochambeau
Announces that upon arrival the preceding
night, he took command of the city in con-
formity with Rochambeau's orders. Reports
that Dessalines is in Plaisance and appears
to be extremely flattered by the reception
he received at Le Cap. 2 pp. fo.
Enc.: copy of the ordre du jour; letter
from Rochambeau: see nos. 474a, 483a.

BERNARD, JOSEPH. Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Lavalette, General de Brigade
M. Viette will be sent under armed escort.
He has been arrested for selling liquor to
the negroes. 1 p. 40. (two copies signed)
Enc.: testimony of the arrest
See also no. 519.

LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports his actions with respect to problems
among various citizens. 1 p. 40.


LS to: Rochambeau
Reports troop movements; arrival of casual-
ties; intensive patrolling. 2 pp. 40.
(address leaf)


ALS to: Rochambeau
Reports sickness of M. Lachisse's son.
1 p. 40

LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL. General en chef
L to: Deraime, Prefet colonial par interim
Writes regarding the administration of the
colonies, how he has divided the island for


483-489








CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


the purpose of administration; the structure
of it. 4 pp. fo.


490. 1802, 12 June
New York (U.S.A.)


MESLON,
ALS to: Rochambeau]
Introduces M. de Marceillan who
St. Domingue to take possession
the properties of his friend de
40. (enc. of no. 761)


is coming to
by proxy of
Labat. 1 p.


491. an 10, 24 prair.
1802, 13 June
Port R6publicain



492. an 10, 24 prair.
1802, 13 June
Le Cap [Frangais]











493. an 10, 24 prair.
1802, 13 June
Port-au-Prince


494. an 10, 25 prair.
1802, 14 June
Petit-Goave




495. an 10, 25 prair.
1802, 14 June
L'Arcahie




496. an 10, 25 prair.
1802, 14 June
Le Cap [Franqais]


BERTRAND, Commissaire des Guerres
LS to: Rochambeau
Concerns a shipment of shoes for the troops:
his arguments for not paying taxes on them.
2 pp. fo.

BIZOUARD, JOSEPH. Rapporteur
DS. Report of a commission appointed by Le-
clerc to answer questions he made during the
sessions of the 20 and 22 prairial dealing
with cultivation: means of restoring planta-
tions and farming; repressive measures
against workers; adequate means for attaching
the workers to the plantations; treatment of
the present workers; how workshops for arti-
sans should be set up; how to replace workers
leaving, etc. 23 pp. fo.
See also no. 632.

LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports troop movements. 1 p. 4.

DELPECH, Commandant de I'Arrondissement
ALS to: Rochambeau
Sends his daily report; there is peace. In-
quires where to send reports on the situa-
tion of farmers (art. IV of 22 prairial).
Requests more passports. 2 pp. 40.

DE SAON, Commandant de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Complains about supplies; requests better
treatment for his soldiers. Most of them,
not yet acquainted with the climate, are
suffering. 3 pp. fo. (address leaf)

IDLINGER, JOSEPH ANTOINE. Administrateur des
Domaines nationaux
DS. Commentary and report by a commission
on the inconveniences of the taxes establish-
ed by the law of 12 niv8se, an 6, signed by
General Leclerc. Concerns direct taxes,
postage, licenses, importations and exporta-
tions, public lands. 10 pp. fo.


490-496








CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


497. an 10, 25 prair.
1802, 14 June
Le Cap [Frangais]




498. an 10, 25 prair.
1802, 14 June
Port-au-Prince


[IDLINGER, JOSEPH ANTOINE]. Administrateur des
Domaines nationaux
D. Report on the means of providing for the
needs of the army of St. Domingue. Estab-
lishes that the enterprise system is an inef-
ficient means. 6 pp. fo.

LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports casualties from St. Marc and Go-
nalves; routine patrols. 1 p. 40. (ad-
dress leaf)


499. an 10, 25 prair.
1802, 14 June
Port-au-Prince



500. an 10, 25 prair.
1802, 14 June
Le Cap [Frangais]



501. an 10, 25 prair.
1802, 14 June
Port R6publicain


LS to: Rochambeau
Requests that he expedite
new municipal decrees. 1
leaf)


approval of two
p. 40. (address


LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL General en chef
D. Decree cancelling the reduction to half
price given to the farmers by Denaire, Admi-
nistrateur des Dominions nationaux, for the
adjudication of each entire farm. 2 pp. fo.

LOVIN, ___ Capitaine rapporteur pour la
Commission militaire
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports he has fulfilled the obligations im-
posed by the Commission militaire since it
was established. Explains why captains do
not have a fixed supplement of money to pay
expenses. 2 pp. 40


502. an 10, 25 prair.
1802, 14 June
St. Marc






503. an 10, 25 prair.
1802, 14 June
Le Cap [Frangais]




504. an 10, 25 prair.
1802, 14 June
Le Cap [Frangais]


MARTIAL-BESSE, __
LS to: Rochambeau


.G6neral de Brigade


Announces the arrival of Dessalines who is
concentrating on re-establishing farming in
the area. Reports that a commissaire du
gouvernement pros la Commission provisoire
de Justice has arrived. Peace is reigning.
2 pp. 40

MINUTY, __ Grand Juge de St. Domingue par
interim
LS to: Rochambeau
Sends an account of his duties during his ac-
tive term of office, and a petition for his
brother. 3 pp. 40

PAGEOT, FRANCOIS SEBASTIEN. General de Brigade
AL to: Rochambeau
Complains of not having been called to active
duty. Requests a recommendation for himself
for the post of inspecteur de gendarmerie.


497-504








CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


505. an 10, 26 prair.
1802, 15 June
Port Republicain




506. an 10, 26 prair.
1802, 15 June
Port Republicain


507. [an 10?],
27 prair.
[1802?], 16 June
Port Republicain
508. an 10, 27 prair.
1802, 16 June
Port-au-Prince



509. an 10, 27 prair.
1802, 16 June
Le Cap [Frangais]



510. an 10, 27 prair.
1802, 16 June
Le Cap [Frangais]
511. an 10, 27 prair.
1802, 16 June
St. Marc

512. an 10, 28 prair.
1802, 17 June
GonaYves




513. [an 10],
28 prair.
[1802], 17 June
[Le Cap Francais]
514. an 10, 28 prair.
1802, 17 June
Gonajves



515. 1803, 17 June
St. Pierre (Mar-
tinique)


4 pp. fo. (incomplete)
LAVALETTE, J .Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
ALS to: Rochambeau
Is forwarding a letter from the administra-
tion municipal. 1 p. 4. (address leaf)
Enc.: lacking

LS to: Rochambeau
Reports patrols; troop movements; casualties.
1 p. 4. (address leaf)
BERTRAND, Commissaire des Guerres
ALS to: Rochambeau
A quantity of meat for the troops has not
been delivered to the warehouse. 1 p. fo.
LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
ALS to: Rochambeau
Reports patrol activity; all is quiet.
1 p. 4.
[LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL]. General en chef
D(draft). Decree placing the Prefet colo-
nial in charge of all details of the admini-
stration of the Marine, with specific direc-
tions and orders. 3 pp. fo.

D(draft). Regulations for the operation of
the port in St. Domingue. 8 pp. fo.
PLANTEAU, ___ Capitaine
ALS to: Rochambeau
Requests a brief period of leave, to go to
Mirebalais. 1 p. 40
JAUME, Chef de Brigade, commandant la
3e Legion de Gendarmerie
ALS to: Rochambeau
Announces formation of a new regiment of dra-
goons and requests dwellings for the new-
comers. 2 pp. 40
[LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL]. General en chef
D. Ordinance for the organization of post
offices. 9 pp. fo. (true copy certified
by Deraime)
REY, Chef de Brigade, Commandant de la
5e Infanterie legDre
ALS to: Rochambeau
Announces the promotion to captain of Lieu-
tenant Brotschy. 1 p. fo.
RIVECOURT,
ALS to: Rochambeau
Acknowledges receipt of the General's let-
ter. Gives news of situation here. Re-


505-514








CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


516. an 10, 29 prair.
1802, 18 June
Rouen (France)





517. an 10, 29 prair.
1802, 18 June
Jacmel



518. an 10, 29 prair.
1802, 18 June
Port-au-Prince







519. an 10, 29 prair.
1802, 18 June
Port-au-Prince


quests details about an habitation of the
Artibonite district. 4 pp. 4.

BOULAINOILLIER, CHARLOTTEE FELICITE] FRUTIE.
Veuve
LS to: Rochambeau
Remarks how wonderful Rochambeau has been in
the campaign against the rebel negroes;
thanks him for accepting to be her proxy.
4 pp. 4.
BROTSCHY, .Lieutenant
ALS to: Rochambeau
Reports the arrest of Citizen Guillaume Fe-
rand at Dieudonn6's home. He intends to
follow Dieudonn6 to Les Verrettes. 1 p. 4.

JAUVIN, J L. Chef de l'Administration,
Sous-prefet colonial du Departement de
1'Ouest
LS to: Rochambeau
Asks some administrative questions; mentions
that farmers are beginning to care for the
land; a corps of gendarmes is needed to
maintain order. 2 pp. 4.

LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports arrest and release on bail of Citi-
zen Viette for illegal sale of rum. 2 pp.
40. (address leaf)
See also no. 485.


520. an 10, 29 prair.
1802, 18 June
Port-au-Prince



521. an 10, 29 prair.
1802, 18 June
Port-au-Prince


522. an 10, 30 prair.
1802, 19 June
Port R6publicain




523. an 10, 30 prair.
1802, 19 June
St. Marc


LS to: Rochambeau
Permits two planters, Bataille
to return to their properties.
(address leaf)


and Lachiche,
1 p. 40


LS to: Rochambeau
Reports troop movements. 1 p. 40. (ad-
dress leaf)

BEAUX, __ Chef de Bataillon du 3e de la
68e Brigade
ALS to: Rochambeau
Gives information on the general situation;
requests a promotion for Citizen Dajar Dart-
Levaux. 3 pp. 40. (address leaf)

FROIDEVEAUX, Commissaire des Guerres
ALS to: General de Brigade Martial-Besse
Complains about the difficulty of getting
supplies: "nos troupes viennent pour d4fen-
dre et apurer la liberty du pays moureront


516-523







CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


524. an 10, 30 prair.
1802, 19 June
Port-au-Prince




525. an 10, 30 prair.
1802, 19 June
Port-au-Prince


526. an 10, 30 prair.
1802, 19 June
Les Cayes




527. an 10, 1 mes.
1802, 20 June
St. Marc




528. an 10, 1 mes.
1802, 20 June
A bord de la fre-
gate "La Repub-
lique"

529. an 10, 1 mes.
1802, 20 June
Port-au-Prince




530. an 10, 1 mes.
1802, 20 June
Le Cap [Frangais]



531. an 10, 1 mes.
1802, 20 June
Jacmel


532. an 10, 2 mes.
1802, 21 June


de faim." Adds a list of supplies needed.
3 pp. fo. (enc. of no. 538)

LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports staff meeting; desires to expedite
the General's future orders. 2 pp. 40
(address leaf)


LS to: Rochambeau
Reports troop movements; arrival of casual-
ties. 1 p. 40. (address leaf)

LEMOINE-COLLET, Chef du 2e Bataillon
de la 90e Demi-brigade d'Infanterie de Ba-
tai le
ALS to: Rochambeau
Requests special treatment for his battalion.
The men are sick and weak. 1 p. fo.

CYPRIEN, [JEAN MARIE FRANCOIS?]. Chef de Ba-
taillon du 3e de la 71e Brigade de Ligne
LS to: Rochambeau
Thanks him for the special consideration re-
ceived by his soldiers. Requests also sup-
plies and uniforms. 2 pp. fo.

FRADIN, __ Capitaine de Fregate
DS. Inventory of the merchandise on the ship
Nuestra Senora del Carmen. 3 pp. fo.
See also nos. 671, 671a, 679, 764.


LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports troop movements; death of L'Honor6,
adjudant at Port-au-Prince. 1 p. 40
(address leaf)

[LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL]. GCneral en chef
D(draft). Decree modifying the powers of
the Prdfet colonial, making the high police
of the colony dependent on military authori-
ty. 2 pp. fo.

PAILLIER, __ Capitaine du ler Bataillon
de la Ldgion de la Loire
ALS to: Rochambeau
Requests the consideration which his position
as chef de bataillon requires. 2pp. fo.

BERTRAND, Commissaire des Guerres
ALS to: Rochambeau


524-532







CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


Port-au-Prince





533. an 10, 2 mes.
1802, 21 June
Bordeaux (France)


534. an 10, 2 mes.
1802, 21 June
Port Republicain


535. an 10, 2 mes.
1802, 21 June
Port-au-Prince



536. an 10, 2 mes.
1802, 21 June
Le Cap [Frangais]



537. an 10, 2 mes.
1802, 21 June
Le Cap [Frangais]



538. an 10, 2 mes.
1802, 21 June
St. Marc











538a. an 10, 3 mes.
1802, 22 June
Les Cayes


Complains about the bad situation of the hos-
pitals in Port-au-Prince. 2 pp. 40.
Enc.: letter written to Bertrand by the
Directeur de I'Hipital militaire, Henriot:
see no. 534.

EMERY, HENRY.
ALS to: Rochambeau
Recommends his nephew who is leaving for St.
Domingue. 2 pp. 40

HENRIOT, __ Directeur de Z'Hopital mili-
taire
ALS to: Ze Commissaire des Guerres [Ber-
trand]. In the absence of the payeur he can-
not obtain the 200 gourdes promised to him.
Asks Bertrand to obtain a loan from the
Caisse. 1 p. 40. (address leaf; enc. of
no. 532)

LAVALETTE J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports troop movements. 1 p. 40. (ad-
dress leaf)

[LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL]. General en chef
D(draft). Decree establishing the d4parte-
ments and the districts of St. Domingue;
their names; the capitals of each division.
4 pp. fo.

LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL. General en chef
D. Decree regulating commerce; which ports
will accept the ships coming from France;
what the ship captains should do upon arri-
val at one of these ports. 2 pp. fo.

MARTIAL-BESSE, __ Genral de Brigade
LS to: Rochambeau
Dessalines arrived the previous day and pre-
sented a sword of honour to an officer of
the 5e Brigade ld6gre. Reports that he has
requisitioned a schooner to transport sixty-
eight dragoons under the command of Chef de
Brigade Urbain, these men being physically
unable to make the overland journey to Le
Cap. 2 pp. 40.
Enc.: letter from the Commissaire des Guer-
res de la Place Froideveaux: see no. 523.

DESBUREAUX, CHARLES FRANCOIS. GeVnral de Divi-
sion
ALS to: Rochambeau
Announces his arrival at Les Cayes, after
having seen Commandant D'Arbois en route.


533-538a







CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


539. an 10, 3 mes.
1802, 22 June
Les Cayes





540. an 10, 3 mes.
1802, 22 June
Les Cayes






541. an 10, 3 mes.
1802, 22 June
Port-au-Prince


542. an 10, 3 mes.
1802, 22 June
Le Cap [Frangais]



543. an 10, 3 mes.
1802, 22 June
Le Cap [Francais]




544. an 10, 3 mes.
1802, 22 June
Paris (France)





545. an 10, 4 mes.
1802, 23 June
Les Cayes


Everything seems to be in order. 1 p. 40.

DESBUREAUX, CHARLES FRANCOIS. General de Divi-
sion
ALS to: Rochambeau
Assurance that Captain Gal will be arrested
for the sale of wine. Citizen Chancy, ex-
aide-de-camp of Toussaint, has arrived in
Port-R6publicain. 2 pp. 4.


ALS to: Rochambeau
Reports that the 90e Bataillon will leave on
the 8 messidor for Jer6mie aboard the fri-
gate La Valeureuse. Adjudant commandant
D'Arbois has orders to leave on the 10th and
will arrive at Les Cayes the 14 messidor.
1 p. 40

LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports troop movements. 1 p. 4.

[LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL]. General en chef
AD(draft). Decree authorizing the Catholic
religion to be the only religion practiced
publicly, and regulating the nomination of
the clergy. 1 p. fo.

LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL. General en chef
AD. Decree establishing that the administra-
tion of the island will be made by a comman-
dant militaire and the Conseil de Notables;
establishing also the division of authority.
4 pp. fo.

MOUCEY, __ Inspecteur general de la Gen-
darmerie national
LS to: Rochambeau
Introduces his friend, J. B., a property
owner from Les Cayes, to whom he has given a
letter of recommendation for the General.
1 p. fo.

DESBUREAUX, CHARLES FRANCOIS. General de Divi-
sion
LS to: Rochambeau
Requests that the Inspecteur aux Revues be
returned here. Added is a copy of a letter
from the Chef de Z'Etat major general to
General Desbureaux (19 prair., an 10) con-
taining an order to indict Citizen Denayre,
ex-administrateur de la Marine at Jeremie.
2 pp. fo.


539-545







CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


546. an 10, 4 mes.
1802, 23 June
Dennery






547. an 10, 4 mes.
1802, 23 June
Gonalves






548. an 10, 5 mes.
1802, 24 June
Port Salut


549. an 10, 5 mes.
1802, 24 June
Port REpublicain


550. an 10, 5 mes.
1802, 24 June
Jeremie




551. an 10, 5 mes.
1802, 24 June
Port-au-Prince





552. an 10, 5 mes.
1802, 24 June
Port-au-Prince






553. an 10, 5 mes.
1802, 24 June
Le Cap [Francais]


DESQUIDOUR, Chef de Bataillon, Comman-
dant de 31e Demi-brigade Infanterie legere
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports that one of his officers is going to
Port Republicain to get the supply of uni-
forms. Complains that his battalion lacks
nearly everything, and requests better treat-
ment. 2 pp. 40

VERNIER, Chef du ler Bataillon, 79e
Demi-brigade
LS to: Rochambeau
Complains that the group of soldiers of
which he should be in charge has been annex-
ed to the 2e Brigade. He is no more their
leader. Would like to know what course to
take. 2 pp. 40

APLAQUIAT, aine. Commandant provisoire
LS to: Rochambeau
Testifies to his devotion and attachment to
the General and the government. 3 pp. 40

DAURE, HECTOR. Commissaire ordonnateur
LS to: Rochambeau
Brief letter concerning news from other ge-
nerals. 1 p. fo.

LAROQUE, ____ Payeur particulier de l'Ar-
rondissement de Jeremie
D. Sends reports on the state of the Caisse
in Jeremie. Apologizes for not reporting
personally. 2 pp. 4.
Enc.: reports

LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports on several arrests, among them Chan-
cy, Demousseau, Borgella, Collet, N6gere and
La Cour. 3 pp. 40
See also nos. 552, 557.


LS to: Rochambeau
Reports on the arrest of Chancy, aide-de-
camp of Toussaint; the arrest of the Jacmel
commandant de la region; both have been sent
to Le Cap; troop movements. 2 pp. 40.
(address leaf)
See also nos. 551, 557.

LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL. General en chef
DS. Decree concerning cattle and wood for
construction; both will enter the colony free
of taxes between 1 messidor and 30 frimaire,


546-553







CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


an 10. 1 p. fo.


554. an 10, 5 mes.
1802, 24 June
Le Cap [Frangais]




555. an 10, 5 mes.
1802, 24 June
Le Cap [Frangais]



556. an 10, 5 mes.
1802, 24 June
St. Marc




557. an 10, 6 mes.
1802, 25 June
Port-au-Prince




558. an 10, 7 mes.
1802, 26 June
Port-au-Prince



559. an 10, 8 mes.
1802, 27 June
Petit-Goave









560. an 10, 8 mes.
1802, 27 June
Le Cap [Frangais]




561. an 10, 8 mes.
1802, 27 June
A bord de "La
Valeureuse"


[LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL]. General en chef
D. Additions to the decree concerning wood
and cattle: Art. II adds: les PrOposes aux
Douanes will keep an account of the cattle
introduced into the colony. 1 p. fo.
(signed by Lenoir for Leclerc)

D. Proclamation: the island is under mili-
tary rule; under this authority will be the
Prdfet colonial and the Commissaire de Jus-
tice. 1 p. fo.

MARTIAL-BESSE, ____. Gnral de Brigade
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports on the lack of food for troops, the
necessity of transferring invalids to Port
R6publicain. Reports good response to or-
ders for disarmament. 2 pp. fo.

LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports troop movements; arrest of General
Borgella. 1 p. 4'. (address leaf)
See also nos. 551, 552.

LS to: Rochambeau
Reports troop movements; two officers jailed
as a result of a complaint by Commandant
Geoffrey. 1 p. 40. (address leaf)

DELPECH, Chef de Bataillon, Commandant
de Z 'Arrondissement
ALS to: Rochambeau
Explains the insurrection in the Rochellois
Mountains, caused by the arrest of the com-
mandant of Miragoane. Pierre Viallet, com-
mandant provisoire, arrested twelve insur-
gents; one, Appollon, has escaped. All far-
mers are disarmed and strangers sent home.
1 p. 40

LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL. General en chef
ADS. Considering that the verdict given in
report of the Commissaire du Gouvernement is
contrary to law, the judge and the commis-
saire de justice are to appear at Le Cap for
a true account of the matter. 1 p. fo.

NAVERRE, Chef de Bataillon
LS to: [Rochambeau]
Bitterly complains about measures adopted
against him. Defends his past conduct and


554-561







CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


asks to know why he has been arrested.
3 pp. 40
See also no. 616.


562. an 10, 8 mes.
1802, 27 June
Le Cap [Frangais]




563. an 10, 10 mes.
1802, 29 June
Le Cap [Frangais]



564. an 10, 10 mes.
1802, 29 June
Le Cap [Francais]



565. an 10, 11 mes.
1802, 30 June
Jacmel



566. an 10, 11 mes.
1802, 30 June
St. Marc





567. an 10, 11 mes.
1802, 30 June
Port-au-Prince



568. an 10, 11 mes.
1802, 30 June
Le Cap [Frangais]

569. an 10, 11 mes.
1802, 30 June
St. Marc


SAINT JAMES, GEORGE J.
ALS to: Rochambeau
Requests assistance in lifting the order of
sequestration placed on some properties in
St. Domingue belonging to M. De Capellis.
2 pp. 4.

[LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL]. General en chef
AD(draft). Ordinance on the relationship
between military and civilian authorities,
and the division of responsibilities.
3 pp. fo.


AD(draft). Ordinance establishing a contri-
bution of war to be paid by the citizens,
amounting to 13,000,000; how it should be
paid. 3 pp. fo.

BROTSCHY, Lieutenant
ALS to: [Rochambeau]
Reports the complete disarmament of the de-
partements of Marigot and Cap Rouge. Also
reports conditions in Les Mornes. 1 p. 40

DESSALINES, JEAN JACQUES. Gengral de Division
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports lack of food; they will not be able
to advance. The Commission de la Guerre of
St. Marc has tried to give them funds and
wheat, but without success; they expect help.
2 pp. 40

JOUETTE, Adjudant au Commandant de la
Place
ALS to: Rochambeau
Reports troop movements; casualties.
2 pp. 40. (address leaf)

[LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL]. General en chef
AD(draft). Regulations on farming, farmers,
plantations. 3 pp. fo. (with second draft)

MARTIAL-BESSE, Genral de Brigade
LS to: [Rochambeau]
Requests a collection of the General's offi-
cial orders issued since his arrival in St.
Domingue. States the necessity of additional
funds for the hospital whose patients had to
be transferred to Port Rdpublicain. An-
nounces reorganization of some troops. Ge-
neral peace reigns. 2 pp. fo.


562-569







CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


569a. an 10, mes.
1802, end of
June
Le Cap Frangais


570. an 10, 12 mes.
1802, 1 July
Port-au-Prince



571. an 10, 12 mes.
1802, 1 July
Le Cap [Frangais]






572. an 10, 13 mes.
1802, 2 July
Les Cayes














573. an 10, 12 mes.
1802, 2 July
St. Domingue



574. an 10, 13 mes.
1802, 2 July
[n.p.]




575. an 10, 13 mes.
1802, 2 July
Port Republicain



576. an 10, 14 mes.


LEQUOI-MONGIRAUD, F J. Prdfet colonial
LS to: Ze Gendral en chef [Leclerc]
Proposes Antoine Idlinger for the office of
Administrateur de cette Partie. 1 p. fo.
(end. of no. 635)

JOUETTE, .Adjudant au Commandant de la
Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports troop movements. 1 p. 40. (address
leaf)

[LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL]. Gnedral en chef
AD(draft). Decree regarding surveillance and
maintenance of roads which will be under the
authority of the Commandant du Genie de Z'Ar-
mee. This latter will present to the Capi-
taine general and the Prefet colonial the
plans for new roads. 3 pp. fo.

DESBUREAUX, CHARLES FRANCOIS. General de Divi-
sion
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports that the chief of police was brutally
attacked by two citizens, Lacoule and Duval,
on the day of the General's arrival. They
are now in prison. A white has been murdered
by a black in the commune of Cavaillon; the
assassin has not been apprehended. Two Ame-
rican boats have entered the port with pas-
sengers. General D'Arbois has been autho-
rized to make necessary repairs on the
streets of Jeremie. General Laplume reports
that a schooner from Jamaica has entered
port for repairs. 2 pp. fo.

DESFOURNEAUX, EDME ETIENNE. Gendral de Division
ALS to: [Rochambeau]
The Bataillon de la Ile Colonial, not actu-
ally in his division, must receive its pro-
visions from Port R6publicain. 2 pp. 40.

DESPALLIERE, M
ALS to: [Rochambeau]
Recommends M. Vanduffel and M. Drouet, attor-
neys for M. Tournu Auber, senateur, in his
action to recover his habitation. 2 pp.
40. (address leaf)

JOUETTE, Adjudant au Commandant de la
Place
ALS to: Rochambeau
Reports troop movements. 1 p. 4. (address
leaf)

BLOUCH, __ Capitaine, Officier de Port


569a-576







CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


1802, 3 July
Port R6publicain


577. an 10, 14 mes.
1802, 3 July
Port Republicain




578. an 10, 14 mes.
1802, 3 July
Habitation d'Hdri-
court


579. an 10, 14 mes.
1802, 3 July
Port R6publicain



580. an 10, 15 mes.
1802, 4 July
St. Marc



581. an 10, 16 mes.
1802, 5 July
Port R6publicain



582. an 10, 16 mes.
1802, 5 July
Petit-Goave





583. an 10, 16 mes.
1802, 5 July
Port R6publicain


584. an 10, 16 mes.
1802, 5 July
St. Marc


ALS to:
Colonie.
ment. 2


Duchet, Capitaine general de la
Requests confirmation of appoint-
pp. 40. (address leaf)


DAURE, HECTOR. Commissaire ordonnateur en chef
LS to: Rochambeau
A request to delay the occupation of the pre-
sent post office building, ordered by Ro-
chambeau, until the building can be replaced.
1 p. fo.

FRESSINET, PHILIBERT. General
ALS to: [Rochambeau]
Requests news of the General; especially
wants to know if he is enjoying himself as
much as in Italy. 1 p. 40.

JOUETTE, Adjudant au Commandant de la
Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports an accidental fire at Fort Robin.
1 p. 40. (address leaf)

JAUME, Chef de Brigade, Commandant de
la 3e Legion de la Gendarmerie
ALS to: Rochambeau
Reports the actions and the situation of his
legion. 2 pp. 40.

DAURE, HECTOR. Commissaire ordonnateur en chef
LS to: Rochambeau
Complains of lack of funds and the inability
of the regiment bank to make ordinary pay-
ments. 1 p. fo.

DELPECH, Chef de Bataillon
ALS to: Rochambeau
Reports on the commune of St. Michel. 300
farmers were sent to their respective homes.
Noblet, former administrator of the commune,
was brought here as prisoner. Is awaiting
orders. 1 p. 40

LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports nothing new. 1 p. 40.

MARGERET, __ Chef du ler Bataillon Infan-
terie
ALS to: Rochambeau
Justifies his conduct regarding the munici-
pality of St. Marc. The inhabitants here
complain about his authority; the civil
powers do not support the military authority.
4 pp. 4.


577-584







CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


585. an 10, 17 mes.
1802, 6 July
St. Domingue



586. an 10, 17 mes.
1802, 6 July
Port R6publicain



587. an 10, 17 mes.
1802, 6 July
St. Marc


588. an 10, 17 mes.
1802, 6 July
LEogane



589. an 10, 18 mes.
1802, 7 July
Mirebalais




590. an 10, 18 mes.
1802, 7 July
Port R6publicain





591. an 10, 18 mes.
1802, 7 July
Port R&publicain


592. an 10, 18 mes.
1802, 7 July
Port Republicain



593. an 10, 19 mes.
1802, 8 July
Port R6publicain



593a. an 10, 19 mes.


KERVERSAU, ___
LS to: Leclerc


General de Brigade


Recommends for a position in the service des
ports either M. Lacroix or Marine lieutenant
Trobrian. 2 pp. fo.

LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports troop movements. 1 p. 4. (address
leaf)

MARTIAL-BESSE, General de Brigade
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports progress in general disarmament and
in reorganization of troops. 1 p. fo.

POYER, GUSTAVE. Chef de Bataillon, Commandant
de la Place
ALS to: Rochambeau
Announces the rebellion of seven negroes and
their immediate execution. 1 p. 4.

BARRERE, Commandant militaire de Las
Cahobas
LS to: Rochambeau
Complains bitterly about the conduct of Gen-
eral Belair and his friends. Requests that
action be taken against them. 1 p. fo.

LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports he had accomplished orders for the
arrest of Citizen Salmon but that he has now
escaped. 1 p. 40. (address leaf)
See also no. 603.


LS to: Rochambeau
Reports the execution of three rebel sol-
diers. 1 p. 40. (address leaf)

LOVIN, Capitaine rapporteur pour la
Commission militaire
ALS to: Rochambeau
Refers to some actions which must be taken
against Citizen Erquart. 1 p. 4.

BONNET, Chef de Brigade
LS to: Rochambeau
Requests that he be appointed as commandant
of one of the new battalions. Gives a de-
tailed curriculum of his life. 2 pp. fo.

DUMONT, __ Adjudant commandant, Commandant


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CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


1802, 8 July
Le Cap [Franqais]



594. an 10, 19 mes.
1802, 8 July
Port-au-Prince



595. an 10, 19 mes.
1802, 8 July
[Le Cap Frangais]


596. an 10, 19 mes.
1802, 8 July
Aquin



597. an 10, 20 mes.
1802, 9 July
Port R6publicain


598. an 10, 20 mes.
1802, 9 July
Port R6publicain




599. an 10, 20 mes.
1802, 9 July
Port R6publicain



600. an 10, 20 mes.
1802, 9 July
Port Republicain

601. an 10, 20 mes.
1802, 9 July
Croix-des-Bouquets


602. an 10, 20 mes.
1802, 9 July
Les Verrettes


d 'Armes
ALS to: Mon Gendral [Rochambeau]
Announces his arrival in colony and his de-
sire to serve under the General. 2 pp. 40

LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports troop movements. 1 p. 4. (ad-
dress leaf)

[LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL]. General en chef
AD. Ordinance allowing for payment of nine
francs every Monday to each man on a ship,
for purchase of fresh vegetables. 2 pp. fo.

NERETTE, Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la 7 4 Lgion de Gendarmerie
LS to: Rochambeau
Letter of character reference requesting
promotion for Captain Hardoiine. 2 pp. 4.

DAURE, HECTOR. Commissaire ordonnateur en chef
LS to: Rochambeau
A request to discharge from prison Captain
Lafond, garde magasin accused of minor neg-
ligence. 1 p. fo.
See also no. 604.

LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Forwards letter from the Commandant de la
Rade. 1 p. fo.
Enc.: letter from Vatel: see no. 603.


LS to: Rochambeau
Reports arrest of plotters; plans for future
operations to ensure continued tranquillity.
1 p. 40


LS to: Rochambeau
Reports troop movements. 1 p. 40.

[LEFEVRE, ]. Chef de Brigade
L to: Rochambeau
He has given command of the district to Ci-
tizen D'Authuille. 2 pp. 40.

REPUSSARD, FAUSTIN. Commandant de la Garde na-
tionale
ALS to: Rochambeau
Describes the conditions in his paroisse and
asks for favorable consideration. 2 pp. fo.


594-602







CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


Enc.: letter to General Lavalette


603. an 10, 20 mes.
1802, 9 July
Port REpublicain





604. an 10, 21 mes.
1802, 10 July
Quarter general





605. an 10, 21 mes.
1802, 10 July
Port-au-Prince



606. an 10, 22 mes.
1802, 11 July
Les Cayes




607. an 10, 22 mes.
1802, 11 July
Port-au-Prince


608. an 10, 22 mes.
1802, 11 July
Le Cap [Frangais]




609. an 10, 22 mes.
1802, 11 July
Le Cap [Frangais]




610. an 10, 22 mes.
1802, 11 July
St. Marc


VATEL, ____ Commandant de la Rade
ALS to: Ze Commandant de la Place [Lava-
lette]. Reports that he has visited all the
ships in port in order to arrest Citizen Sal-
mon, but has not found him. 1 p. 40
(enc. of no. 598)
See also no. 590.

BERTRAND, Commissaire des Guerres
ALS to: Rochambeau
A request to reinstate in his position
Garde magasin [Lafond], accused of not having
delivered the biscuits to the Etat major.
1 p. fo.
See also no. 597.

LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports troop movements; the death of Capi-
taine de Fregate Govin. 1 p. fo.

BERGER, LOUIS MARIE. Commandant de la Place
D(addressed to Rochambeau). Tells how he
coped with the danger threatening Rocham-
beau's house in the movement of 22 messidor,
an 10. 2 pp. fo. (copy authenticated by
Desbureaux; enc. of no. 624)

LAVALETTE, J Chef de Brigade, Commandant
de la Place
LS to: Rochambeau
Reports troop movements. 1 p. 40.

[LECLERC, VICTOR EMMANUEL]. General en chef
AD(draft). Decree complementing that of
9 floral, an 9, regarding navy deserters:
the forfeit any ship captain must pay for
taking on board a deserter, and the penalty
the latter will suffer. 2 pp. fo.


D(draft). Decree on tonnage dues which must
be paid by ships leaving the port of St. Do-
mingue because of the deteriorating state of
the port. This money will go for repairs.
3 pp. fo.

MARTIAL-BESSE, G4nral de Brigade
ALS to: Rochambeau
Announces his preparation to report to Le
Cap, in accordance with orders. Acknowledges
letter advising him of measures taken to sa-
tisfy the needs of his division. Pleads for


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CALENDAR OF ROCHAMBEAU PAPERS


611. [an 10], 22 mes.
[1802], 11 July
St. Marc






612. an 10, 23 mes.
1802, 12 July
Les Cayes








613. an 10, 23 mes.
1802, 12 July
Les Cayes



















614. an 10, 23 mes.
1802, 12 July
Les Cayes




615. an 10, 23 mes.
1802, 12 July
Les Cayes


aid to the military hospital. Reports that
disarmament is complete. 2 pp. fo.

NERAUD, GILBERT. Chef d'Escadron, commandant la
3e Legion de Gendarmerie
LS to: Rochambeau
Encloses a brief note where are described
the positions of five companies. He is
leaving for a while, and all orders have been
given. 1 p. fo.
Enc.: table with company positions detailed

DESBUREAUX, CHARLES FRANCOIS. General de Divi-
sion
LS to: Rochambeau
Acknowledgment of the General's letter of 18
messidor announcing the planned arrival of
General Lalance. Citizen D'Anglade is au-
thorized to move his farmhands from his prop-
erty at La Grande Colline to a sugar factory
at L'Anse-a-Veau. 2 pp. 40


LS to: Rochambeau
Acknowledgment of the General's letter of 22
messidor. Gives his future itinerary:
5 thermidor at Jeremie: he will incorpo-
rate a battalion of the ler Demi-brigade
colonial to the 90e de Ligne;
3 thermidor: the Bataillon de la Loire
will leave Les Cayes for Jacmel;
24 messidor: the ler Bataillon de la 1le
Brigade colonial will leave Les Cayes for
Port R6publicain (arrival date, 28 mes.);
the 3e Bataillon de la lle will leave for
Le Cap;
5 thermidor: the 12e Coloniale will leave
for La Croix-des-Bouquets.
Consequently, the Ddpartement du Sud, with
the exception of J&remie, remains without
colonial or European troops. 2 pp. fo.


LS to: Rochambeau
Acknowledges the General's orders to reorga-
nize the L6gion de la Loire and the Legion
du Cap; will try to accomplish this quickly.
2 pp. 40


LS to: Rochambeau
Adjudant commandant D'Arbois has reported
some alarming movements at Corail, which re-
sulted in the arrest of several well-known
individuals. 2 pp. 4.


611-615