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Antonio Telles Da (c'ah-meen'-ya) Caminha De Meneses
CAMINHA DE MENESES, Antonio Telles da (c'ah-meen'-ya), Marquis de Rezende, Brazilian diplomatist, born in Torres-vedras, Portugal, 22 September, 1790; died in Lisbon, 8 April, 1875. Being in Brazil during the war of independence, he adhered to the revolutionary party, entered the diplomatic service, and was Brazilian minister plenipotentiary in Paris, St. Petersburg, and Vienna. On his return to Brazil he was appointed to a high once in the imperial household. He was a member of various European scientific societies. His principal works are "Descripqas e recordacoes historicas," "Elogio historieo de Jose de Seabra de Silva," "Memoria historica de dom frei Francisco de S. Luis Saravia," '" Titulo de Augusto," "Eclaircissements historiques sur mes negotiations relatives aux affaires de Portugal depuis la mort du roi don Jean VI.," and translations from the French and other languages.
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