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Historia diplomatica do Brazil

O Reconhecimento do Imperio

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Author: Oliveira Lima
Published: 1897
Language: Portugues
Wordcount: 74,109 / 259 pg
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Downloads: 761
Added to site: 2009.07.12
mnybks.net#: 24683
Genre: History
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ialmente os estadistas brazileiros e que tambem mais ou menos tinha occupado a attenção de Canning desde a sua volta ao Foreign Office, coincidente com a proclamação do Ipiranga. As instrucções do Ministerio de Estrangeiros recommendavam entretanto a Gameiro que se fosse empenhando sósinho pelo alludido negocio, procurando ser logo admittido publicamente como encarregado de negocios, depois ou mesmo antes de dar satisfacção, corroborando a que no Rio de Janeiro fôra dada em Notas ao consul Chamberlain, pelos «actos inconsiderados do passado ministerio». Diziam estes actos respeito ao incidente com o brigue de guerra Beaver, contra o qual a fortaleza da Lage disparára dois tiros de polvora secca quando ia sahindo em occasião que o porto havia sido mandado fechar, e á entrada na armada nacional do desertor tenente Taylor, que o Governo Imperial a muito custo e com muito sacrificio se prestava a demitti

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