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Brazil

  • Frederick Martin
Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK)

Abstract

Pedro II., Emperor of Brazil, born December 2, 1825, the son of Emperor Pedro I. and of Archduchess Leopoldina of Austria; succeeded to the throne on the abdication of his father, April 7, 1831; declared of age, July 23, 1840; crowned July 18, 1841. Married, September 4, 1813, to

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Statistical and other Books of Reference concerning Brazil

1. Officiai, Publications

  1. Almanak do Ministerio da Marinha, 1866. Vol. x. 8. Rio de Janeiro, 1866.Google Scholar
  2. Almanak Militar para o Anno de 1866. 8. Rio de Janeiro, 1866.Google Scholar
  3. Almanak para o Anno de 1866. 8. Rio de Janeiro, 1866.Google Scholar
  4. Collecçāo das Leis do Imperio do Brasile e Collecçâo das Decisoes do Governo do Imperio do Brasil. 1863. Tomo xxvi. 8. Rio de Janeiro, 1861.Google Scholar
  5. Repertorio Constitucional ou Indice Alphabetico e Sistematico de todas as disposiçoes contidas na constituiçâo politica do Imperio e no acto addicional. 8. Rio de Janeiro, 1863.Google Scholar
  6. Report by Mr. Eliot, II.M.’s Secretary of Legation, on the Trade, Commerce, and Ilevenues of Brazil, dated June 21, 1863; in ‘Reports of II.M.’s Secretaries of Embassy.“ No. vii. London, 1861.Google Scholar
  7. Reports by Mr. Consul Westwood and Mr. Consul Gollam, on the Commerce of Brazil; in. Consul Gollam, on the Commerce of Brazil; in ‘Commercial Beports received at the Foreign Office.’ London, 1865.Google Scholar
  8. Reports by Mr. Consul Morgan, on the Trade of Bahia for the Year 1864; in. Consul Morgan, on the Trade of Bahia for the Year 1864; in ‘Consular Beports received at the Foreign Office.’ London, 1865.Google Scholar
  9. Report by Mr. James Monroe, Consul of the United States, on the Trade and Commerce of Brazil; in ‘Annual Bcport on Foreign Commerce.’ 8. Washington, 1865.Google Scholar

2. Non-Official Publications

  1. Acd-Lallemant (Dr. Robert), Reiso durch Süd-Brasilien und Nord-Brasilien, 1858 and 1859, 4 vols. 8. Leipzig, 1865.Google Scholar
  2. Christie (W. D.), Notes on Brazilian Questions. 8. London, 1865.Google Scholar
  3. Costa (S. O. d’Araujo), Codigo Commercial do Imperio do Brasil acom- panhado do Novo Begulamento do Papel Sellado tambem annotado. 8. Rie de Janeiro, 1864.Google Scholar
  4. Expilly (Charles), Lo Brésil tel qu’il est. 8. Paris, 1866.Google Scholar
  5. Hmchlif (Thomas W.), South American Sketches; or, a Visit to Rio Janeiro, the Organ Mountains, La Plata, and the Paraná. 8. London, 1864.Google Scholar
  6. Jequitinhonna (Visconde de), lîeflexoes sobre as finanças do Brasil operates de credito do thesouro e o emprestimo contrahido cm Londres do ciuco milhoes de libras esterlinas no corrento anno. 8.. Rio de Janeiro, 1865.Google Scholar
  7. Laemmert (Eduardo von), Almanak Administrativo, mercantil o industrial da corte e provincia do Rio de Janeiro para o anno de 1866. Vigesimo-terceiro anno. Ilio de Janeiro, 1860.Google Scholar
  8. Moraes (Dr. Mello), Chorographia histórica, chronographica, genealogica, nobiliaria e politica do Imperio do Brazil. Bio do Janeiro, 1865.Google Scholar
  9. More (Jean-Charles), De la Colonisation dans la Province de St.-Pierre de Bio-Grande do Sul, Brésil. 8. Hamburg, 1863.Google Scholar
  10. Mouchez (Ernest), Les Côtes du Brésil, Description et Instructions Nautiques. 2e section. De Bahia à Bio Janeiro. 8. Paris, 1865.Google Scholar
  11. Rlbas (Antonio Joaquin), Diretto administrativo Brasilciro. 4. Ilio do Janeiro, 1866.Google Scholar
  12. Rodriguez (Jos é Carlos), Constituido Politica do Imperio do Brasil seguida do acto addieional, da lei da sua interpretacào e de outras analysada. 8. Bio de Janeiro, 1860.Google Scholar

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