Revenge taken by the Black Army for the Cruelties practised on them by the French, engraved by Inigo Barlow, from An Historic Account of the Black Empire of Haiti, pub. 1805
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The Mode of Exterminating the Black Army as Practised by the French, from An Historic Account of the Black Empire of Hayti, engraved by J. Barlow, pub. 1805 - (after) Rainsford, Marcus
The Mode of training Blood Hounds in St. Domingo and of exercising them by Chasseurs, from An Historical Account of the Black Empire of Haiti, by Marcus Rainsford, engraved by Inigo Barlow fl.1790, published 1805 - (after) Rainsford, Marcus
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