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Français : Proclamation de Victor Hughes (1770-1826) le premier novembre 1794, quelques mois après l'abolition de l'esclavage : "La liberté, la république triomphent... Il ne reste plus enfin de traces d'esclavage à La Guadeloupe"
English: Proclamation by Victor Hughes (1770-1826), on the 1st November 1794, a few months after abolition of slavery : "Liberty and republic triumph (...) at last no traces of slavery remain in Guadeloupe"

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