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Portugal

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

Abstract

Luis I., King of Portugal, born Oct. 31, 1838, the son of Queen Maria II. and of Prince Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg; succeeded his brother, King Pedro Y., Nov. 11, 1861 ; married Oct. 6, 1862, to

Pia, Queen of Portugal, born Oct. 16, 1847, the youngest daughter of King Vittorio Emanuele of Italy. Issue of the union are two sons, Carlos, born Sept. 28, 1863, and Alfonso, born July 31, 1865

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Statistical and other Books of Reference relating to Portugal.

1. Official Publications.

  1. Reports by Mr. Lytton, British Secretary of Legation, on Agriculture and Manufactures in Portugal, and on the Portuguese Tariff, dated June 22, 1866, and June 15, 1867; in ‘Reports of H.M.’s Secretaries of Embassy and Legation.’ Nos. I. and IV. 1867. London, 1867.Google Scholar
  2. Report by Mr. Wm. Doria, British Secretary of Legation, on the Mines and Mineral Resources of Portugal, dated Lisbon, June 24, I860; in ‘Reports of H.M.’s Secretaries of Embassy and Legation.’ No. IV., 1869. London. 8, 1869.Google Scholar
  3. Reports by Mr. Geo. Brackenbury, Consul at Lisbon, and Mr. Wm. Doria, Secretary of Legation, on Agriculture and Land Tenure in Portugal, dated December 1869; in ‘Reports from H.M.’s Representatives respecting the Tenure of Land in several Countries of Europe.’ Part I. Fol. London, 1867.Google Scholar
  4. Report by Mr. Graham, Consul at St. Vincent, on the Trade and Industry of the Cape Verde. Islands, dated Jan. 8, 1872; in ‘Reports from H.M.’s Consuls.’ No. I. 1872. 8. London, 1872.Google Scholar
  5. Report by Mr. Hayvrard, Consul at Madeira, on the Trade and Navigation of the Island, dated May 16, 1872; in ‘Report from H.M.’s Consuls.’ No. III. 1872. 8. London, 1872.Google Scholar
  6. Report by Mr. Consul Crawford on the trado and commerce of Oporto, dated Oct. 13, 1873; in ‘Reports from H. M.’s Consuls in the manufactures, commerce, &c, of their consular districts.’ Part I. 1874. 8. London, 1874.Google Scholar
  7. Report by Mr. Consul Brackenbury on the trade and commerce of Lisbon, dated Jan. 31, 1875; in ‘Reports from H. M.’s Consuls.’ Part III., 1875. 8, London, 1875.Google Scholar
  8. Report by Mr. Consul Brackenbury, on the trade and navigation of the consular district of Lisbon, dated Jan. 29, 1874; in ‘Reports from H. M.’s Consuls on the manufactures, commerce, &c, of their consular districts.’ Part II. 1874. 8. London, 1874.Google Scholar
  9. Reports by Mr. Consul Wm. Read on the trade and commerce of the Azores, and by Mr. Consul Hopkins on the commerce, population and government of the colony of Angola, dated May–October 1874; in ‘ Reports of H. M.’s Consuls.’ Part I, 1875. 8. London, 1874.Google Scholar
  10. Trade of Portugal with the United Kingdom; in ‘Annual Statement of the Trado of the United Kingdom with Foreign Countries and British Possessions for the year 1874.’ Imp. 4. London, 1875.Google Scholar

2. Non-Official Pitblicatioxs.

  1. Aldama-Ayala (G. de),Compendio Geográphico-estadistieo de Portugal e sus Posesiones Ultramarinas. 8. Madrid, 1860.Google Scholar
  2. Balbi (A.),Essai statistique sur le Royaume de Portugal. 2vols. 8. Paris,1862.Google Scholar
  3. Barros e Cunha (J. G. de), Historia da Liberdade em Portugal. Vol. I. 8. Lisboa, 1869.Google Scholar
  4. Barros e Cunha (J. G. de), Hoje: on the Present Situation, financial and political, of the Kingdom of Portugal. 8. London, 1868.Google Scholar
  5. Block (Moritz), Die Bevölkerung Spaniens und Portugals, nach den Originalquellen, statistisch dargestellt. 8. Gotha, 1861.Google Scholar
  6. Brandão e Albuquerque (J. da C.), Censo de 1865. 8. Lisboa, 1866.Google Scholar
  7. Diccionario Abreviado do ehorographia, topographia etc. de Portugal. 3 vols. 8. Lisboa, 1867.Google Scholar
  8. Eschwege (Wilhelm L. von), Portugal : ein Staats und Sittengemälde, nach dreissigjährigen Beobachtungen und Erfahrungen. 8. Hamburg, 1837.Google Scholar
  9. Lavignc (Gennond de), L’Espagne et le Portugal. 8. Paris, 1867.Google Scholar
  10. La Teillais (C. de) Etude historique, économique et politique sur les colonies portugaises, leur passé, leur avenir. 8. Paris, 1872.Google Scholar
  11. Marques (P. G.), Diccionario Geografico Abreviado das oito Provincias de Portugal e Algarve. 8. Porto, 1853.Google Scholar
  12. Bebello da Silva (L. A.), Compendio de Economia Industrial. 8. Lisboa, 1868.Google Scholar
  13. Vogel (Ch.), Le Portugal et ses Colonies; Tableau politique et commercial de la monarchie portugaise. 8. Paris, 1866.Google Scholar
  14. Willkomm (H. Moritz), Das Pyrenäische Halbinselland. 8. Leipzig, 1866.Google Scholar

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