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TAVARES-BASTOS, Aureliano Candido (tah-vah'-rays), Brazilian lawyer, born in Pernambuco in 1840; died in Nice, France, 3 December, 1875. After finishing his studies he was admitted to the bar of his native city, and soon attained prominence as an able and eloquent orator. He was counsel for several political prisoners, advocated religious freedom with great vehemence, and participated in the movement that led to the abolition of slavery throughout the empire. He was a member of the Brazilian parliament in 1872, but his health failing he went to Nice, where he died. His works include "Cartas de um solitario" (Rio Janeiro, 1865) ; "O valle do rio Amazonas" (1869) ; "Estudos sobre algumas reformaeoes legislativas" (1870); and several political pamphlets.
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