The French Schooner, Angèlique, left Marseille in 1822 and purchased 352 enslaved people at Rio Fermoso (no date recorded). The captain, Raynaud, sailed the vessel, owned by Trouard, toward the French Caribbean, but the outcome was unknown following French proceedings initiated in France. Only 335 people survived the Middle Passage. For more information, see Map of 1822.
As Referenced in Voyages
Daget, Serge, Répertoire des Expéditions Négrières Françaises à la Traite Illégale (1814-1850) (Nantes, 1988).