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  • * British History Online *

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    East Indies, June 1611, 01 June 1611-30 June 1611

    575 . Hugh Lee to Thos. Wilson. A carack arrived from the East Indies and in it the Archbishop of Braga, who was lately viceroy there; also the three Englishmen who were cast away in the Indies, and go passengers

    Index, P, 01 January 1513-31 December 1616

    John III., 1521 1557 Philip II, 1580 1598 Philip III., 1598 1621 -, Governors of, 157 -, Viceroy of, see Braga, Archbishop of. -, Constable and President of, see Salmas, Conde de. Portugals , the, 9, 180, 223, 231, 266,

    Spain, July 1538, 01 July 1538-31 July 1538

    by his second wife, Maria, daughter of Ferdinand and Isabella of Castille. He was born in 1508, became bp. of Braga in 1533 40, of Evora, 1540 49, abp. of Lisbon, and cardinal 1560. He died in 1580. Marquis de

    Index, B, 01 January 1581-31 December 1591

    Brabant , 70, 124, 748. -, Alen on sworn Duke of, 74. -, Duke of, 97. -, English in, 347. Braga , Archbishop of, 795. Bragadin , Marc' Antonio, 900. Braganza , Duke of, 848, 856, 861, 869. Brandenburg ,

    East Indies, January 1614, 01 January 1614-31 January 1614

    sailed in August 1612. ] Jan. 8 Madrid. 681 . Sir John Digby to King James. The Archbishop of Brague [Braga ] long time Vice King of the East Indies, made Vice King of Portugal. Finds the Portugals very much

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the morning destroyed a great proportion of the cannon in the neighbonhaoid of Penafiel, anal had directed his march towards Braga. This appeared to be the probable result of the situation i;. w hich he fpund himself, in consequence of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    appear itt uniform. T'le wsiole oias lrio aolhst eciriwafftions of " Long live John the 6th," " The ilirse of Braga llZa for ever!" rileOportn Junta, bavitnt received early information of tie Eibin ocernrrcnces, ancclereted thieir march, and entered the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fellruary ?2. BfANKRUPTS. J. Pooi, Madron, Cornwall, iiller. Solicitor, Mr. Fol1ett, Paper-buildings, Temple. A. J. L.t ieira and A. M. Braga, Tokenhouse-yard, merchasats. Solicitors, Messcs. Nind and Cotterill, Thlrog-morton-street. R. J. Drmper, Fleet-tuarket, glass and earthenware-.tisn. Solicitor, Mr Scirgill, Freenman's-court, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    against tIse isese of Elnrope, serer ordered to rtltA~Olac territosy. General Stoebler was resaioret to Bugio, and the Arebbisbop of Braga to Basaco. M. Soaua, late Minister in Lon- don, is a member of the rebel junta at Chaves. SWEDEN. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wouU lnot interfere itih the new order of things ,PForttegal and leleft ttcsnly on the 6th, returning towards Galicia. At Braga, however, nc and Iis companioas were so ill.treated by the popu- lajilan, at the instigato~idfthe priests, that they wiere Subscribers-only content

 

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