“General Maitland Meets Toussaint to Discuss Secret Treaty.”
Toussaint Louverture signed a “secret” treaty with Gen. Thomas Maitland of the British Royal Navy in 1798, after a British takeover of Saint-Domingue had been successfully defeated. The British left Saint-Domingue that year. The treaty in question, which was eventually broken, established trade relations with Great Britain.
From Stephen Alexis’ Black Liberator: The Life of Toussaint Louverture (1949). There were no images of Louverture taken from life.
(From the University of Virginia’s The Atlantic Slave Trade and Slave Life in the Americas: A Visual Record)