| Archives Nationales (A. N.), Paris. The following series were particularly useful
in the preparation of this work:|
AD + 738 and 850||
Printed copies of legislation.|
Registers of the Conseil secret of the Parlement of|
Sentences of audiences and registration of royal acts|
in the Admiralty of France.
Judgments and procedural documents of the Admi-|
ralty of France.
Ministerial correspondence and king's orders.|
Letters to the minister of the marine from the|
administrators ofGuadeloupe, Martinique,
Saint Domingue, and other islands of the An-
Colonies F1 B 3-4||
Administration of blacks in France.|
Colonies F3 79-90||
Collection Moreau de Saint-Méry. This important|
collection contains a wide range of documents
pertaining to blacks in the colonies and in
Ministerial correspondence and letters to the minis-|
ter of the marine from French provinces.
| Bibliothèque Nationale (B.N.), Paris. The Joly de Fleury collection was especially useful for notes on specific cases concerning black slaves in France.|
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Book title: There Are No Slaves in France:The Political Culture of Race and Slavery in the Ancien Regime.
Contributors: Sue Peabody - Author.
Publisher: Oxford University Press.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 1996.
Page number: 189.
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