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Another, smaller spate occurred in 1795 in the Spanish empire, where the withdrawal of the controversial Código Negro in late 1794, and reforms regarding free people of color contributed to a wave of resistance that stretched from Louisiana to Buenos Aires. After an isolated conspiracy involv35 | David Geggus ing Brazilian slaves in the lowlands of Upper Peru (Bolivia) in 1809, more cases appeared in each of the Spanish Antilles and in Martinique in the period 1811-1812. This time the impulse seems to have derived from the Cortes of Cádiz, where a deputy proposed in 1811 to end slavery in Spain’s colonies.

More specific ramifications of the Republic’s foreign policy also encouraged slaves to rebel when it seemed likely that the formerly French colonies of Louisiana and Tobago might be retroceded to France (in 1795 and 1801 respectively), and when the French occupied the United Provinces, so providing one of the justifications for Tula’s rebellion in Curaçao. 29 | David Geggus The impact of libertarian ideology is the most difficult connection to prove. At first sight, it may seem the most obvious, but slave insurgents in the French Caribbean rarely deployed a language of rights.

Carlyon 1998 ‘Economic and strategic importance of Curaçao [1802]’, in: Maritza Coomans-Eustatia et al. (eds), Breekbare banden: 19 | Gert Oostindie Feiten en visies over Aruba, Bonaire en Curaçao na de vrede van Munster 1648-1998, pp. 143-50. Bloemendaal: Stichting Libri Antilliani.  Coomans et al. (eds), Veranderend Curaçao, pp. 473-501. Bloemendaal: Stichting Libri Antilliani.  219-58. Leiden: Brill. 2010 ‘Free blacks and coloureds and the administration of justice in eighteenth-century Curaçao’, New West Indian Guide 84:63-86.

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