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- On May 6 Toussaint Louverture takes Mass with General Cabrera the Commander of the Spanish forces on Hispaniola and then rides out of San Domingo to rejoin France with his 4,000 trained troops.
- On June 4 British troops capture Port-au-Prince.
- On June 8 Brigadier General John Whyte, the commandant of the British forces in Saint-Domingue at the time, issues a proclamation on claiming British sovereignty over the colony.
- On June 15 the French official Sonthonax is recalled to France to face trial for treason. (Parkinson, p. 83) He will return later in the decade.
- Parkinson, Wenda (1978). This Gilded African. London: Quartet Books. ISBN 0-7043-2187-4