Reino de Portugal E Algarves
  • Frederick Martin
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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 V., Nov. 11, 1861; married Oct. 6, 1862, to


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Statistical and other Books of Reference relating to Portugal

1. Official Publications

  1. Report by Mr. Lytton, British Secretary of Legation, on the Financial Administration of Portugal, dated July 30, 1865; in ‘Reports of II.M.’s Secretaries of Embassy.’ No, XI. London, 1866.Google Scholar
  2. Reports by Mr. Hernes, British Secretary of Legation, on Commerce and Finance, dated July, 1863, and Jan 27, 1861; in ‘Reports of H. M.’s Secretaries of Embassy,’ &c. No. VII. London, 1864.Google Scholar
  3. Report by Mr. Consul Sinith on the Trade of Portugal for the year 1862; in ‘Commercial Reports received at the Foreign Office.’ London, 1865.Google Scholar
  4. Reports by Mr. Lytton, British Secretary of Legation, on Agriculture and Manufactures in Portugal,’ and on the Portuguese Tariff, dated Juno 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
  5. Report by Mr. Wm. Doria, British Secretary of Legation, on the Mines and Mineral Resources of Portugal, dated Lisbon, June 24, 1869; in ‘Reports of II.M.’s Secretaries of Embassy and Legation.’ No. IV., 1869. London. 8. 1869.Google Scholar
  6. Report by Mr. Consul Braelcenbury upon the Trade and Commerce of Lisbon for the year 1867, dated Lisbon, May 28, 1868; in, May 28, 1868; in ‘Commercial Reports received at the Foreign Office.’ No. XL London, 1868.Google Scholar
  7. Statistical Tables relating to Foreign Coûntries. Part XI. Fol. London, 1868.Google Scholar

2. Non-Official Publications

  1. Aldama-Ayala (G. de) Compendio Geográphíco-estadistico de Portugal e sus Posesiones Ultramarinas. 8. Madrid, 1860.Google Scholar
  2. Balbi (A.) Essai Statistique sur le Royaume de Portugal. 2 vols. 8. Paris, 1862.Google Scholar
  3. Block (Moritz) Die Bevölkerung Spaniens und Portugals, nach den Originalquellen, in ihren wichtigsten Verhältnissen statistisch dargestellt. 8. Gotha, 1861.Google Scholar
  4. Diccionario abreviado do chorographia, topographia etc. de Portugal. 3 vols. 8. Lisbon, 1867Google Scholar
  5. Eechwege (Wilhelm L. von) Portugal: ein Staats-und Sittengeiralde, nach dreissigjährigen Beobachttingeft und Erfahrungen. 8. Hamburg, 1837.Google Scholar
  6. Lavigne (Germond de) L’Espagne et le Portugal/ 8. Paris, 1867.Google Scholar
  7. Marques (P. G.) Diccionario Geográfico Abbreviado das cito Provincias de fortugal e Algarve. 8. Porto, 1853.Google Scholar
  8. Minutoli (G. von) Portügal und seine Colonien im Jahre 1854. 2 vols. 8. Stuttgart, 1855.Google Scholar
  9. Mmray (John) Handbook for Travellers in Portugal 8. London, 1864.Google Scholar
  10. OShca (Henry) Guide to Spain and Portugal. 3rd ed. 8. London, 1868.Google Scholar
  11. Vogel (Ch.) Le Portugal et ses Colonies; Tableau Politique et Commercial dp. la Monarchie Portugaise. 8. Paris, 1866.Google Scholar
  12. Willkomm. (Heinr. Moritz) Das Pyrenäische Halbinselland. 8. Leipzig, 1866.Google Scholar

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