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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.
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Plan for a Free Community at Sierra Leona, upon the Coast of Africa, under the Protection of Great Britain; with an Invitation to all Perfons defirous of partaking the Benefits thereof (1789) is a pamphlet written by radical Swedenborgians August Nordenskiöld and Carl Bernhard Wadström. In this document, they proposed the establishment of a society of sexual liberty, where slavery was abolished and the "European" and the "Negro" lived together in harmony. In the treatise, marriage was criticised as a form of political repression.

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