The Bill of Rights for the Dominions and Colonies of the Nation of France
This declaration declares that all men are born and remain free and equal, and have the rights to freedom and prosperity. No man or women shall be brought or sold as property in the nation of France or her subjects, and that any work done must be paid for by currency or other forms of payment. Any person held as a slave shall be emancipated from such a position. Any person, whether a citizen of France or no, caught holding any person as property or carrying people intended to be sold into slavery will be arrested under this declaration and shall be considered an enemy of Liberty, to which the highest punishment will be afforded.