Historia diplomatica do Brazil, O Reconhecimento do Imperio [NOOK Book]

Historia diplomatica do Brazil, O Reconhecimento do Imperio

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A Europa e o reconhecimento
Papel da esquadra na Independencia
Aberturas de reconciliação
Nomeação de Brant e Gameiro
Expedições armadas na Inglaterra
Encarregatura de negocios de Hyppolito
Instrucções a Gameiro
Posição diplomatica do Brazil
Justificação da Independencia
A mediação ingleza suggerida
A Austria igualmente medianeira
Canning resolve a questão da mediação ou bons officios
Canning como interventor a pedido
Benevolencia da Austria
Hostilidade da Santa Alliança. A Inglaterra e a Austria em pontos de vista diversos
Metternich e a Constituição Brazileir
A orientação franceza sob os Bourbons
Largos planos de Chateaubriand
A França no Novo Mundo
Inconvenientes para o partido da reacção de uma solução amigavel do conflicto luso-brazileiro
Embaraços creados pelo partido da reacção
Evolução liberal na Inglaterra e papel de Canning na politica européa
O conservantismo de Lord Castlereagh
Castlereagh e a emancipação do Novo Mundo
Metternich e o Foreign Office
Era Canning um democrata?
Canning e Jorge IV
Influencia de Canning no partido e sua independencia de opiniões
Perfil intellectual e politico de Canning
Pitt e Canning
A libertação da America Latina
O tratado luso-brazileiro julgado em Londres
O tratado em Portugal
O titulo imperial
Critica do tratado
O tratado no Brazil
Defeza do tratado por Sir Charles Stuart
Satisfacção de Canning com o tratado
Os tratados com a Grã-Bretanha. Sua não ratificação
Motivos da não ratificação. Os favores commerciaes
O direito de busco
A conservatoria Ingleza
Os reus de alta traição
A publicação dos tratados
Canning e Sir Charles Stuart
O texto dos tratados
Desvantagens dos tratados
D. João VI, Imperador do Brazil
Recebimento de Itabayana
O reconhecimento nas outras côrtes da Europa
A Austria
A França
A Santa Sé
O reconhecimento nas outras côrtes européas
Fallecimento de Canning. Sua individualidade
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016704654
  • Publisher: VolumesOfValue
  • Publication date: 5/23/2013
  • Language: Portuguese
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 190 KB

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