Manifesto aos cearenses [electronic resource] : A paz reina entre nos; e o formidavel apparato naó he para offender-vos. Homens perversos armaraó o nosso braço para punir aos authores da mais feia conjuraçaó contra as nossas vidas, e as nossas pessoas
- Reimpresso em Pernambuco : Na Typ. de Miranda e Comp., 
- Physical Description:
- 1 sheet (1 unnumbered page) ; 30 x 20 cm (folio)
- Additional Creators:
- Landim, Francisco Pinheiro and Raguet, Condy, 1784-1842
- Restrictions on Access:
- Free-to-read Unrestricted online access
- Other Subject(s):
- John Carter Brown Library - Portugal and Brazil Collection (Internet Archive)
- In 1824 Andrade was the head of a republican movement in Pernambuco against the monarchic system, called Confederação do Equador. Paraíba, Rio Grande do Norte, and Ceará were the other states to support the revolution, but the emperor's naval forces led by Taylor were superior, and conquered Recife, the capital, putting an end to the rebellion in November 1824. Defeated, Andrade left for England, returning to Pernambuco in 1831.
Title from caption and beginning of text.
Imprint from colophon.
Dated and signed at end: Palacio do Governo 16 de abril 1824, 3.° da Independencia, e do Imperio do Brazil. P. Francisco Pinheiro Landim [and others]
Provenance of the John Carter Brown Library: Condy Raguet : inscription.
John Carter Brown Library copy bound as the eighty-first item, in v. 1 of three volumes, with 142 other pamphlets.
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