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1837, Rural Code of Haiti & letter by Evans
The rural code of Haiti literally translated from a publication of the government press; Together with letters from that country, concerning its
present condition, by a southern planter: by (George H. Evans), (3)+48p, G ranville, Middleton, N.J., George H. Evans, 1837. (Lacks index & TOC. The text
of the rural code, presumably current although signed by President Boyer on 6 May 1826 ,was given to B. Ingenac, Evans’ correspondent, upon his
request to the president’s office in late 1835. In addition to the translation of the rural code, contained on pp. 3-33, this pamphlet contains four
letters, pp. 34-48, from B. Ingenac {the “southern planter} to Evans, written in Sept.-Nov., 1835.)
Title:   The Rural Code of Haïti, literally translated from a publication by the government press : together with letters from that country, concerning its present condition / by a Southern Planter.
OCLC Number:   85790927
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