The Annual Register, Or, a View of the History, Politics, and Literature for the Year Volume 73

The Annual Register, Or, a View of the History, Politics, and Literature for the Year Volume 73

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1832 edition. Excerpt: ...Chamber of Deputies presented to the emperor, on the 17th, a remonstrance which announced loudly and vigorously the state of public feeling. They stated that the rejoicings in honour of his majesty's return had been converted into an occasion " of insulting and maltreating the Brazilians--friendk of libertyand the country--who were, in fact, covered with opprobrium by the Lusitanian party, which has again arisen in the midst of us, with cries of "Live the Portuguese," and of committing seditious and anarchical acts and outrages of every description, of which the victims have been patriots whose blood has been shed by a perfidious and premeditated aggression by men who, in all the delirium of their crimes, have been clearly protected by the government and subaltern authorities, of which they themselves boast, thus compromising with incredible audacity the august aud respectable name of your imperial and constitutional majesty. The seditious continue, under the shade of the august name of your imperial and constitutional majesty, to prosecute their dark desigus. The out. rages increase, national spirit suffers, and no people could tolerate without resistance, that foreigners should impose upon them in their own country an ignominious yoke. Foreigners who have the honour of being the subjects of Don Miguel, others who are the subjects of the Senhora Donna Maria II., chief! ycom posed t hosegroupswhicli, in the nights of the 13th and Htl, vilified the Brazilian name, and alarmed and wounded many of our fellow-citizens. The Brazilians so cruelly offended--the Brazilians, who are threatened with partial and unjust imprisonments--cherish in their breasts the most well-founded and profound iuilignation, the consequences of vhiai more

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