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CASTRO LOPES, Antonio de, Brazilian statesman, born in Rio de Janeiro, 5 January, 1827. He finished his medical studies in 1848, and in 1849 was appointed professor of mathematics in the imperial College of Pedro II. He was a member of the provincial assembly of Rio Janeiro in 1854, and also minister of finance, and in 1859 minister of foreign affairs. He has founded and organized several financial institutions and commercial associations, at the same time distinguishing himself as a scientific, medical, and classical author. His works include " Disserta~ao acerca da utilidade da dSr," " Abamoocara," "0 mundo e o progresso," "Epitome historim sacrm," "Musa latina." "0 medico do povo," "Memoria sobre a possibilidade e conveniencia de supressao dos annos bisextos," "Conferencia sobre a homeopathia," " Un sonho astronomico," and "Diccionario classico latino e portuguez."
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