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Published by T. & W. Boone in London .
Written in English



  • Portugal


  • Portugal -- History -- Miguel I, 1828-1834.

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Edition Notes

StatementBy Admiral Charles Napier.
LC ClassificationsDP657 .N2
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6948970M
LC Control Number04034498

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  An account of the war in Portugal between don Pedro and don Miguel Item PreviewPages: This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. The Battle of Ponte Ferreira, fought on 22–23 July , was the first major battle of the Portuguese Civil War between the forces of Dom Pedro, ex-Emperor of Brazil and Regent for his daughter Maria da Glória, and the army of his brother Dom Miguel, who had usurped the throne of technically a victory for Pedro's forces, it gave him no lasting advantage because the enemy Location: Ponte Ferreira, near Valongo. Admiral Charles Napier, An account of the War in Portugal between Don Pedro and Don Miguel, 2 Vols (London, ). Maj-Gen Elers Napier, The Life and Correspondence of Admiral Sir Charles Napier, 2 Vols (London, ; reprinted and ).Battles/wars: Napoleonic Wars, Portuguese .

Early life. Miguel Maria do Patrocinio de Bragança e Bourbon, the third (second surviving) son of King João VI and Carlota Joaquina, was born in the Queluz Royal Palace, Lisbon, and was created by his father Duke of sources have suggested that Miguel I could be the illegitimate son from an adulterous affair between his mother, Queen Charlotte, and one of her alleged lovers Father: John VI of Portugal and Brazil. In this two-volume work, originally published in , Napier gives a first-hand account of the Portuguese Civil War, in which he was a key participant. Between and , a conflict of succession occurred between two brothers, the progressive constitutionalist Don . Get an answer for 'Was the war that is referred to in Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing between two cities or between the two brothers Don Pedro and Don John, as we know that they were recently. An account of the war in Portugal betwwen Don Pedro and Don Miguel: By Admiral Charles Napier Napier, Charles, Sir, [ Microform, Book: ].

Account of the war in Spain, Portugal, and the south of France: from to inclusive Sir John Thomas Jones (bart.) T. Egerton, - Peninsular War, After a series of battles during the winter of , Miguel's armies are finally defeated. Dom Miguel, the absolutist king, surrenders in May and goes again into exile. Dom Pedro, the ex-emperor, dies before the end of the year (he is thirty-six). The war between the brothers is over. And Maria II (now fifteen) is undeniably queen. Portugal (Portuguese: [puɾtuˈɣal]), officially the Portuguese Republic (Portuguese: República Portuguesa [ʁɛˈpuβlikɐ puɾtuˈɣezɐ]), is a country located mostly on the Iberian Peninsula, in southwestern is the westernmost sovereign state of mainland Europe, being bordered to the west and south by the Atlantic Ocean and to the north and east by g code: + In Brazil, meanwhile, relations between Pedro and Brazil's political leaders had become strained. In Pedro abdicated in favor of his son, Pedro II, and sailed for Britain. He organized a military expedition there and then went to the Azores, which were in the hands of .