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Guillaume de Félice - Later Life

Following the success of the Abolitionist campaign, de Félice continued to write, though on topics other than the slave trade.

His most famous text of this period was the “Histoire des Protestants” in 1850, which was republished into eight different editions in many languages. Amongst more than a dozen other books and sermons, also popular were his "Histoire des Synodes Nationaux" and "Biographie de William Allen".

His health failing from incessant work, de Félice retired to the family estate near Yverdon, Switzerland, where he died on the 23rd of October 1871.

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