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Oração funebre recitada nas exequias do Illm.^o e Exm.^o Sr. Pedro Alexandrino da Cunha

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Published: 1851
Language: Portugues
Wordcount: 5,031 / 24 pg
Downloads: 448
Added to site: 2006.06.20
mnybks.net#: 13596
Genre: Non-fiction
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ado Maior de Sua Magestade Imperial o Duque de Bragança[22].

O Sr. Pedro Alexandrino da Cunha, sem desviar-se da proverbial severidade com que comprehendia o serviço publico, soube, quanto lhe era permittido, haver-se no cumprimento das suas obrigações por tal maneira, que foi uma das victimas dessa triste desventura, quem vos convidou a orar hoje neste Templo pela alma daquelle illustre finado[23].

Amarga conjunctura para o Sr. Pedro Alexandrino da Cunha; prova durissima ainda para um coração que podesse ser indifferente á infelicidade dos seus nobres camaradas.

Ao cabo de tres annos entregou ao seu digno successor o governo desta Provincia, deixando apenas traçadas as primeiras linhas da administração e das reformas uteis, que tendes visto continuar a travez de graves difficuldades, pelo simultaneo esforço de empregados dignissimos.

Estas circumstancias, e sobretudo a inabalavel e rara

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