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HILLIARD D'AUBERTEU1L, Michel dene, French author, born in Rennes, France, 31 January, 1751; died in Santo Domingo, W. I., in 1785. He practised law in Santo Domingo, and visited the United States during the Revolutionary war. On his return to France he published "Considdrations sur l'etat present de la colonie francaise de Saint Domingue," which exposed official abuses and was suppressed (2 vols., Paris, 1776). He is said to have been assassinated or executed. His principal works are"Nouvelles considerations sur Saint Domingue" (Paris, 1780); "Essais historiques et politiques sur les Anglo-Americains" (Brussels, 1782); and " Histoire de l'administration du lord North, depuis 1770 jusqu'en 1782, de la guerre de l'Amerique septentrionale" (Paris, 1784).
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