Captives and Corsairs: France and Slavery in the Early Modern Mediterranean

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Abolition: of black slavery, 5, 98–99, 121, 122, 134, 139, 140, 151, 159, 162; of white slavery: 152, 156. See also Black slaves; Caribbean; Slave trade
Abolitionism: 156, 158
Adams, Robert, 154
Affiches du Dauphiné, 113
Affiches et annonces de Toulouse, 113
Africa, Atlantic coast of, 135
Aga, Morat, 14
Ahmed I (sultan of Ottoman Empire), 13
Alfaqueques (ransoming merchants), 12. See also Ransom; Slave emancipation
Algerian War (1954–1962), 4, 5
Algiers, 1, 7; administration of, 233n37; Bonaparte and, 127–28; colonization of, 1, 4; conquest of, 3, 5, 156, 157, 162–69, 171, 322n30; fighting with, 41, 57–58, 61, 72–73, 74, 75, 81–82, 151–52, 162–69; and murder in Marseille (1620), 16–17; ransoming captives from, 34–36; scholarship on, 5; and slave exchange, 13; slavery in, 19, 66–67, 93–94, 125, 129, 144–47
Aliamet, Jacques, “Le Rachat de l’esclave,” 32
‘Ali (bey of Tunis), 107
Allois d’Herculais, Louis-Alexandre d,’ 122
American Revolution, 109
American slaves, 154, 159, 306n64
Angiolini, Franco, 226nn4, 7
Annales school, 4
Antipiratical Society, 148, 150. See also Society of Knights Liberators of the White Slaves in Africa
Apostasy, 9, 16, 23–25, 27, 28, 36–39, 40–41, 45, 49, 53, 64, 146; fear of: 67, 104, 156, 159. See also Conversion; Renegades
Aranda, Emanuel d’, 262n17
Arcos, Thomas d’, 24–25 See also Peiresc, Nicolas Claude Fabri de
Army deserters: and fear of apostasy, 104; as slaves, 96, 104–6, 108–16, 118, 122–23, 290n85; and violence, 110–11, 122, 302n31
‘Arūj, 7. See also Barbarossa
Arrenger, Victor-Laurent, 102, 289n70
Arvieux, Laurent d,’ 59, 78
Audibert, Jacques, 136
Aventure (ship), 166
Aymard, Maurice, 226n7
Azuni, Domenico Alberto, 149
Badistan. See Slave bazaars
Bagnes (slave prisons), 21–22, 243 n112, 244n114
Bamford, Paul, 222n9
Barbarossa (Kheir al-Din), 7, 228n14
Barbinais, Luc Trouin de la, 88

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Figures vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Note on the Text xiii
  • Introduction 1
  • Chapter One- Mediterranean Slavery 7
  • Chapter Two- Salvation without the State 27
  • Chapter Three- Manumission and Absolute Monarchy 52
  • Chapter Four- Bombarding Barbary 72
  • Chapter Five- Emancipation in An Age of Enlightenment 92
  • Chapter Six- Liberation and Empire from the Revolution to Napoleon 118
  • Chapter Seven- North African Servitude in Black and White 131
  • Chapter Eight- The Conquest of Algiers 156
  • Conclusion 170
  • Reference Matter 173
  • Abbreviations 175
  • Appendix 1- Slave Numbers 179
  • Notes 221
  • Bibliography 325
  • Index 379
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