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Herculano, Alexandre, 1810-1877.

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About this Item: ReInk Books, 2017. Softcover. Condition: NEW. Reprinted from edition. NO changes have been made to the original text. This is NOT a retyped or an ocr'd reprint. Illustrations, Index, if any, are included in black and white. Each page is checked manually before printing. As this reprint is from very old book, there could be some missing or flawed pages, but we always try to make the book as complete as possible. Fold-outs, if any, are not part of the book. If the original book was published in multiple volumes then this reprint is of only one volume, not the whole set. This paperback book is SEWN, where the book block is actually sewn (smythe sewn/section sewn) with thread before binding which results in a more durable type of paperback binding. It can also be open wide. The pages will not fall out and will be around for a lot longer than normal paperbacks. This print on demand book is printed on high quality acid-free paper. Seller Inventory # 152917352

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Fortunato de Almeida

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ISBN 10: 0332380637 ISBN 13: 9780332380636

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About this Item: FBC LTD, 2017. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: Portuguese . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Excerpt from Alexandre Herculano, Historiador: Conferencia Celebrada no Lyceu Central de Coimbra Das tres grandes figuras do romantismo em Portugal disse um dos mais scintillantes escriptores do Seculo XIX garrett foi a phantasia, Castilho foi a musica, mas Herculano foi o pensamento i; e na verdade, se ninguem egualou Garrett no humorismo e no sorriso juvenil, vivo e delicado, das Viagens na min/za ferra, Se e inexcedivel suavidade e a harmonia lyrica do auctor da Primavera, a Herculano pertence de direito o primeiro logar entre todos os que neste pais versaram assumptos de philosophia social. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Seller Inventory # APC9780332380636

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Fortunato de Almeida

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About this Item: FBC LTD, 2017. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: Portuguese . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. Excerpt from Alexandre Herculano, Historiador: Conferencia Celebrada no Lyceu Central de Coimbra Das tres grandes figuras do romantismo em Portugal disse um dos mais scintillantes escriptores do Seculo XIX garrett foi a phantasia, Castilho foi a musica, mas Herculano foi o pensamento i; e na verdade, se ninguem egualou Garrett no humorismo e no sorriso juvenil, vivo e delicado, das Viagens na min/za ferra, Se e inexcedivel suavidade e a harmonia lyrica do auctor da Primavera, a Herculano pertence de direito o primeiro logar entre todos os que neste pais versaram assumptos de philosophia social. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Seller Inventory # LIE9780332380636

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Fortunato de Almeida

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About this Item: FBC LTD, 2017. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: Portuguese . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Excerpt from Alexandre Herculano, Historiador: Conferencia Celebrada no Lyceu Central de Coimbra Das tres grandes figuras do romantismo em Portugal disse um dos mais scintillantes escriptores do Seculo XIX garrett foi a phantasia, Castilho foi a musica, mas Herculano foi o pensamento i; e na verdade, se ninguem egualou Garrett no humorismo e no sorriso juvenil, vivo e delicado, das Viagens na min/za ferra, Se e inexcedivel suavidade e a harmonia lyrica do auctor da Primavera, a Herculano pertence de direito o primeiro logar entre todos os que neste pais versaram assumptos de philosophia social. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Seller Inventory # APC9780332666228

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Fortunato de Almeida

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About this Item: FBC LTD, 2017. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: Portuguese . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. Excerpt from Alexandre Herculano, Historiador: Conferencia Celebrada no Lyceu Central de Coimbra Das tres grandes figuras do romantismo em Portugal disse um dos mais scintillantes escriptores do Seculo XIX garrett foi a phantasia, Castilho foi a musica, mas Herculano foi o pensamento i; e na verdade, se ninguem egualou Garrett no humorismo e no sorriso juvenil, vivo e delicado, das Viagens na min/za ferra, Se e inexcedivel suavidade e a harmonia lyrica do auctor da Primavera, a Herculano pertence de direito o primeiro logar entre todos os que neste pais versaram assumptos de philosophia social. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Seller Inventory # LIE9780332666228

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SILVA, [Luiz (or Luís )Augusto] Rebello [or Rebelo] da.

Published by Lisbon, Typographia Portuguesa for Livraria Editora, n.d. [ca. 1880?]. (1880)

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About this Item: Lisbon, Typographia Portuguesa for Livraria Editora, n.d. [ca. 1880?]., 1880. 8°, original pale green printed wrappers (spine splitting, foxing, slight fraying). In very good condition. 224 pp. *** Second edition [or First Edition, second issue?] of this novel, or novella, set in the reign of D. João V, first published in book form posthumously in 1874. It had originally appeared in the Revista contemporanea.Luiz Augusto Rebello da Silva (1822-1871; to give the orthography of his name which he used during his lifetime, before it was changed by certain pedantic cataloguers), politician, journalist, noted historian, novelist, short story writer, playwright, translator of Shakespeare's Othello, peer of the realm, member of the Real Academia das Sciencias de Lisboa, was one of the chief authors of the first wave of romanticism in Portugal. He was a close friend of Alexandre Herculano and Almeida Garrett, working with Herculano in the Biblioteca da Ajuda, and, following Herculano, using the methodology of Sir Walter Scott in bringing the romantic historical novel to Portugal. Indeed, Rebello da Silva was perhaps even more greatly influenced by Scott than was Herculano. *** Innocencio XIII, 351 (giving the publisher as Matos Moreira, who was the proprietor of Livraria Editora); V, 230 (wihout collation; giving the date of publication as 1849); for additional information about the author, see also VII, 125, 146, 147; XIX, 251; XX, 420; and Aditamentos, p. 272. See Bell, Portuguese Literature p. 296; Saraiva & Lopes, História da literatura portuguesa (17th ed.), pp. 739-41; Prado Coelho, ed. Dicionário de literatura (4th ed.), IV, 1024-5; Álvaro Manuel Machado in Dicionário de literatura portuguesa, pp. 455-6; Álvaro Manuel Machado in Biblos, V, 43-5; Dicionário cronológico de autores portugueses, II, 96-7. See also Maria Laura Bettencourt Pires, Walter Scott e o romantismo português, p. 141 and throughout. Porbase cites an edition dated 1874, without collation, giving "Typ. Portugueza" as the publisher, with a single copy in the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal. We could find no other location for such an edition. Seller Inventory # 36611

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CIDADE, Hernâni [António].

Published by Lisbon, Edições Ática, 1961. (1961)

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About this Item: Lisbon, Edições Ática, 1961., 1961. Small 8°, original printed wrappers. In very good condition. Author's signed four-line presentation inscription on recto of initial blank leaf: "Ao Américo Cortez Pinto // lembrancas afectivas// do amigo o [illeg.] // Hernâni Cidade". Single marginal annotation in the hand of Cortez Pinto. (1 blank l., 1 l.), 205 pp., (1 l.). *** FIRST EDITION. Includes chapters on Almeida Garrett, Alexandre Herculano, Eça de Queiroz, Teófilo Braga, Antero de Quental, and Ramalho Ortigão.Hernâni [António] Cidade (Redondo 1887-Évora 1975) is best known as an author of literary and cultural history and of literary biography. For a half century, he was a major force in the cultural life of Portugal. Cidade taught school in Coimbra, Leiria, Porto and Lisbon before moving on to an illustrious career in higher education at the Universities of Porto and Lisbon. In his youth Cidade was linked to the modernist movement, having been involved with the reviews Águia and Seara Nova, among others. He also collaborated in reviews such as those of the Faculdades de Letras of both Lisbon and Porto, newspapers (especially O Primeiro de Janeiro), and numerous collective projects such as the Grande enciclopédia portuguesa e brasileira and Dicionário de literatura. With Joaquim de Carvalho and Mário de Azevedo Gomes he edited the Diário liberal (Lisbon, 1934-1935); with Reynaldo dos Santos and Bernardo Marques he founded Colóquio - revista de artes e letras (1959-1970), and with Jacinto do Prado Coelho, in 1971, Colóquio / Letras (these last two published by the Gulbenkian Foundation).Provenance: Américo Cortez Pinto (1896-1979), physician, writer, poet and historian, native of the freguesia de Cortes in the concelho de Leiria. "Zezinha" is probably his wife. Américo Cortez Pinto studied at Coimbra, interned at Leira, served as a parliamentary deputy, a member of the Lisbon municipal council, and inspector of health studies, among other posts. He contributed to literary reviews such as A Tradição, Contemporânea, A Galera, Letras e Artes, and Ícaro, of which he was one of the founders, along with Ernesto Gonçalves, Cabral do Nascimento, and Luís Vieira de Castro. In addition to a considerable output of poetry, prose, literary and historical works, he is best known for the polemical Da famosa arte da imprimissão: da imprensa em Portugal às cruzadas d'Além-Mar (1948), in which he defended the priority of Leiria in Portuguese Christian typography. While Chaves currently is agreed to have been the earliest Portuguese Christian printing site, Cortez Pinto's investigations and conclusions regarding the diffusion of printing in Africa and Asia by the Portuguese remain valuable. Hernâni Cidade was one of Cortez Pinto's closest friends. Others were Afonso Lopes Vieira, Carlos Queiroz, Lino António, António José Saraiva, Sebastião Pestana, and Mário Saa. On Cortez Pinto, see Paulo J. Pedrosa S. Gomes in Biblos, IV, 179-80; also Dicionário cronológico de authores portugueses, III, 501-3; and Grande enciclopédia, VII, 818 and Actualização III, 498.*** See Álvaro Manuel Machado, Dicionário de literatura portuguesa, p. 128; Maria de Lourdes Belchior in Biblos I, 1132-4; Dicionário cronológico de autores portugueses, III, 344-5; Grande enciclopedia VI, 751; Actualização III, 226. Seller Inventory # 36073

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HOJE. SATYRAS, CANÇÕES E IDYLLIOS.: BULHÃO PATO.

BULHÃO PATO.

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About this Item: Typographia da Academia Real das Sciencias. Lisboa. 1888. De 19x13 cm. Com 237 págs. 1ª Edição. Encadernação em pele, com nervos e ferros a ouro na lombada e nas pastas. Exemplar com carimbo oleográfico da Livraria Viuva Junior e com Ex-Libris de Rogério Barros Durão na folha de anterrosto, conserva as capas de brochura originais. Obra em que estão destacadas as diversas facetas literárias do autor, denotando a monumentalidade das suas contribuições para a literatura portuguesa do século XIX. Inocêncio XVIII, 158: ?Raymundo Antonio de Bulhão Pato nasceu em Bilbau, províncias vascongadas, a 3 de Março de 1829, de pais portugueses; chamaram se, seu pai Francisco António Pereira Pato Moniz (da casa fidalga dos Patos, de Alcochete) e Alvares de Bulhão, e sua mãe D. Maria da Piedade Brandy, dama de nobilíssimo coração e notável inteligência, vinda de família burguesa muito considerada. Quando a família veio para Lisboa foi estudar para o antigo e bem conceituado colégio do Quelhas e depois matriculou se na Escola Politécnica, mas ali não completou o curso. Em 1846 estabelecia relações de amizade íntima com o eminente historiador Alexandre Herculano, e de 1847 para 1848 teve hospedagem na casa em que Herculano habitava, contígua á real biblioteca da Ajuda, e onde pode estreitar relações com Almeida Garrett? Location/localizacao: 9-1A-B-1. Seller Inventory # 1606JR092

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Tesouros da Literatura Portuguesa (11 vol) Os: Trindade Coelho, Júlio

Trindade Coelho, Júlio Dinis, António Nobre, Almeida Garrett, Alexandre Herculano, Camilo Castelo Branco, Mário de Sá-Carneiro, Cesário Verde, Tomaz de Figueiredo, Eça de Queirós

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About this Item: Verbo, 1983. Capa dura. Condition: Excelente. 1983. Editorial Verbo. Lisboa. 11 volumes. In-4º, 24,5cm. Capa dura. Colecção Tesouros da Literatura Portuguesa composta pelas seguintes obras: Os Meus Amores, Trindade Coelho, A Morgadinha dos Canaviais (2vol.), Júlio Dinis, Só, António Nobre, Viagens na Minha Terra, Almeida Garrett, Eurico o Presbítero, Alexandre Herculano, Amor de Perdição, Camilo Castelo Branco, Poesias, Mário de Sá-Carneiro, O Livro de Cesário Verde, Cesário Verde, A Toca do Lobo, Tomaz de Figueiredo, A Ilustre Casa de Ramires, Eça de Queirós. Obras ilustradas por Lima de Freitas ou Júlio Gil. Impressão em papel de elevada gramagem. Encadernações editoriais. Excelente estado. 8Kg. Portes adicionais. Seller Inventory # 2854

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O CERCO DO PORTO.: BRANDÃO. (Raul)

BRANDÃO. (Raul)

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About this Item: Contado por uma testemunha o Coronel Owen. Prefacio e Notas de. Edição da Renascença Portuguesa. S/L. [Porto]. S/d [1915]. De 19x12 cm. Com 351 pags. Encadernação do editor. Ilustrado. Obra que retrata o cerco do Porto durante as guerras liberais, na perspectiva do coronel Hugh Owen, militar britânico, nascido em Gales e que estava em Portugal desde os tempos das invasões napoleónicas, tendo desempenhado várias funções e oucupado vários cargos no exército português. Vivia no Porto quando, em 1832, o exército liberal vindo dos Açores, e desembarcado na praia do Mindelo, ocupou a cidade. D. Pedro chamou-o para comandante da cavalaria, mas Owen, por ser cidadão britânico recusou, de acordo com as ordens dadas pelo seu governo, mas colaborou com o regente durante o cerco da cidade. Entre outros, combateram no Cerco do Porto do lado dos liberais Almeida Garrett, Alexandre Herculano e Joaquim António de Aguiar. Location/localizacao: 8-1-G-6. Seller Inventory # 1512IA012

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MONTEIRO, José Ferreira, ed.

Published by Rio de Janeiro, Typographia Commercial [volume I] and Typographia Classica de José Ferreira Monteiro [volume II], 1848. (1848)

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About this Item: Rio de Janeiro, Typographia Commercial [volume I] and Typographia Classica de José Ferreira Monteiro [volume II], 1848., 1848. 2 volumes. 8°, contemporary crimson morocco (covers scraped; head and foot of spine somewhat defective; joints cracking), smooth spine with gilt short-title and fillets, decorated endleaves, all text block edges gilt, red silk ribbon place marker. Light browning. Overall in good condition. Black-on-white printed paper ticket (3 x 6.5 cm.) of Visconde de Chancelleiros e de Vale de Gama on front pastedown endleaf, with coronet of a viscount and ink manuscript inventory number "1050". Contemporary ink manuscript inscription in lower blank margin of title page of volume I: "Pertence a Theodoro Jose da Silva Gama Junior". *** FIRST and ONLY EDITIONS. Among the poets included in this anthology are Ignacio Pizarro de M. Sarmento, Alexandre Herculano, Almeida Garrett, Fernando Luiz Mousinho d'Albuquerque, and Francisco Maria Bordallo. Some others are of significant but minor stature, while still others are virtually unknown.Provenance: A Coronel Theodoro Jose da Silva Gama Junior is mentioned on p. 436 of the Almanak Administrativo da Provincia do Maranhão for the year 1870. The Visconde de Chancelleiros e de Vale de Gama is apparently Sebastião José de Carvalho (b. 1904), physician and 2.º Visconde, grandson of the 1.º Visconde de Chanceleiros, and his wife D. Albertina Ema da Cruz Guerreiro (b. 1847), daughter of the Viscondes de Vale da Gama. See Nobreza de Portugal e do Brasil, II, 526-7; III, 464.*** Porbase locates a single set, with 3 volumes, at the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal. *** BOUND WITH: Coll. Seller Inventory # 41050

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About this Item: Typ. de Castro & Irmão, Lisboa, 1850. 1 vol. In-8vo. (22 cm) com 1 opúsculo (17 cm) de 16 pp. Encad. junto com: "Eu e o clero. Carta ao Em.mo Cardeal-Patriarcha, por (.)", Lisboa, Imprensa Nacional, 1850, (22 cm) de 20 pp.; "Considerações pacificas sobre o opusculo Eu e o Clero. Carta ao Redactor do Periódico - A Nação, por (.)", Lisboa, Imprensa Nacional, 1850, (22 cm) de 18 pp. ; "Solemnia Verba. Cartas ao Senhor A. L. Magessi Tavares sobre a Questão actual entre a verdade e uma parte do clero, por (.)", Lisboa, Imprensa Nacional, 1850, (22 cm) de 68 pp. e "Da Propriedade Litteraria e da recente convenção com França. Carta ao senhor Visconde d'Almeida-Garrett, por (.)", Lisboa, Imprensa Nacional, 1851. Enc. Encadernação da época, meia-inglesa, cansada. Interior limpo.Trata-se de 5 títulos, da quetão "Eu e o clero" encadernados em conjunto. Seller Inventory # 16014

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SÉRGIO, António, ed.

Published by Lisbon, Portugália Editora, [ca. 1950?]. (1950)

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About this Item: Lisbon, Portugália Editora, [ca. 1950?]., 1950. 8°, original printed wrappers (slight fraying). Uncut. In very good condition. Author's signed ("A. Sergio"), warm four-line presentation inscription to "Vasco" on front free endleaf recto. 472 pp., (2 ll.). *** FIRST EDITION? Includes selections from the writings of Dom Duarte, Fernão Lopes, Francisco de Morais, Francisco de Holanda, Amador Arrais, António Vieira, Luís António Verney, Ribeiro Sanches, the Cavaleiro de Oliveira, José Agostinho de Macedo, Almeida Garrett, Alexandre Herculano, Antero de Quental, Oliveira Martins, Eça de Queiroz, Moniz Barreto, and Sampaio Bruno. Each author's writings are preceded by two-page introduction by Sérgio and contain annotations by him.Sérgio (1893-1968) was "o mais importante pensador português do seu tempo" (Saraiva & Lopes, História da literatura portuguesa [1976] p. 1065). In his 60-year career he wrote on history, economics, education, sociology, literary criticism, politics and philosophy. He was one of the founders of the "Renascença Portuguesa" (along with Jaime Cortesão, Raúl Proença, Pascoais and others) and a member of the "Grupo da Biblioteca Nacional," which included Cortesão, Proença, Aquilino Ribeiro, Lopes Vieira and Raúl Brandão. His portrait appeared on both sides of the 5.000$00 Escudo note prior to the introduction of the Euro.*** Saraiva & Lopes, História da literatura portuguesa (1976) p. 1065. NUC: WU, DLC-P4. Seller Inventory # 23767

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MEMORIAS.: BULHÃO PATO. (Raimundo

BULHÃO PATO. (Raimundo António de)

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About this Item: Tomo I. Scenas de infancia e homens de lettras. Tomo II. Homens Politicos. Tomo III. Quadrinhos de outras epochas. Tipographia da Academia Real das Sciencias. Lisboa. 1894 e 1907. 3 volumes. De 16x11 cm. Com 338, 370 e 434 pags. Brochados. Exemplares preservam capas de brochura e apresentam assinatura de posse sobre as folhas de rosto (e memorabilia com uma folha de jornal da época colada na cabeça da folha de rosto do 1º volume, com uma importante notícia biográfica e necrológica do autor). Obra constituída por inúmeros pequenos ensaios autobiográficos que retratam a vida no País Basco e em Portugal, entre a família e amigos, na capital portuguesa e nos seus arredores; com memórias ?cicatrizes indeléveis?, segundo o autor, das guerras carlistas, das guerras liberais, da Maria da Fonte e da Patuleia. Inocêncio XVIII, 158: ?Raymundo Antonio de Bulhão Pato nasceu em Bilbau, províncias vascongadas, a 3 de Março de 1829, de pais portugueses; chamaram se, seu pai Francisco António Pereira Pato Moniz (da casa fidalga dos Patos, de Alcochete) e Alvares de Bulhão, e sua mãe D. Maria da Piedade Brandy, dama de nobilíssimo coração e notável inteligência, vinda de família burguesa muito considerada. Quando a família veio para Lisboa foi estudar para o antigo e bem conceituado colégio do Quelhas e depois matriculou se na Escola Politécnica, mas ali não completou o curso. Em 1846 estabelecia relações de amizade íntima com o eminente historiador Alexandre Herculano, e de 1847 para 1848 teve hospedagem na casa em que Herculano habitava, contígua á real biblioteca da Ajuda, e onde pode estreitar relações com Almeida Garrett? Location/localizacao: 8-1-H-4. Seller Inventory # 1206JC063

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BULHÃO PATO, Raimundo Antonio de.

Published by Lisbon, Rolland & Semiond, 1873. (1873)

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About this Item: Lisbon, Rolland & Semiond, 1873., 1873. 8°, contemporary green quarter cloth over original orange printed boards (rubbed, corners worn, signature partly erased from front board), original orange printed spine label (slightly defective), blue endleaves. Occasional light spotting. In very good condition. Bookseller's ticket in upper outer corner of front pastedown endleaf. 224 pp., (1 l.). *** FIRST EDITION thus of these poems. The first part, "Cantos" contains two poems which had appeared in 1867 in the Brinde aos assignantes do Diário de Notícias for that year. The "Satyras" contains a poem by C.J. Nunes, to which Bulhão Pato replies in verse. Among the "Cantos" are a poem to Guiomar Torresão. Among the topics of the "Satyras" are "Victor Hugo no Calvario", "A proposito do fuzilamento de Rossel", "Dálila", "o sapo legislador", and "Cezar-Catão". Bulhão Pato (1829-1912), a native of Bilbao whose parents were Portuguese, was the author of Poesias (1850), Paquita (1856), and Versos (1862). He was one of the most important Portuguese authors of the Romantic school. He published his first volume of poetry at age 17, astounding the literati by his individuality of style and unaffected simplicity of form. He was a friend and protégé of the historian, poet and historical novelist Alexandre Herculano, and also a friend of Almeida Garrett. Later he was friends with Ramalho Ortigão, Colombano Bordalo Pinheiro, and Eça de Queiroz (whose caricature of Bulhão Pato in Os Maias, in the form of the poet Tomás de Alencar, provoked a violent polemic). His name has been given to a classic of Portuguese cookery, Ameijoas ao Bulhão Pato (clams in a sauce of garlic, olive oil and cilantro).*** Innocêncio XVIII, 158: listing a copy without publisher's name. NUC: NIC, MH, WaU. Seller Inventory # 20587

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MEMORIAS.: BULHÃO PATO. (Raimundo

BULHÃO PATO. (Raimundo António de)

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About this Item: Tomo I. Scenas de infancia e homens de lettras. Tomo II. Homens Politicos. Tomo III. Quadrinhos de outras epochas. Tipographia da Academia Real das Sciencias. Lisboa. 1894 e 1907. 3 tomos enc. em 1 volume. De 16x11 cm. Com 338-370-434 pags. Encadernação da época em tela (pele diabo) com 2 rótulos de pele na lombada. Exemplar apresenta assinatura de posse da época sobre as 3 folhas de rosto de cada tomo. Obra constituída por inúmeros pequenos ensaios autobiográficos que retratam a vida no País Basco e em Portugal, entre a família e amigos, na capital portuguesa e nos seus arredores; com memórias ?cicatrizes indeléveis?, segundo o autor, das guerras carlistas, das guerras liberais, da Maria da Fonte e da Patuleia. Inocêncio XVIII, 158: ?Raymundo Antonio de Bulhão Pato nasceu em Bilbau, províncias vascongadas, a 3 de Março de 1829, de pais portugueses; chamaram se, seu pai Francisco António Pereira Pato Moniz (da casa fidalga dos Patos, de Alcochete) e Alvares de Bulhão, e sua mãe D. Maria da Piedade Brandy, dama de nobilíssimo coração e notável inteligência, vinda de família burguesa muito considerada. Quando a família veio para Lisboa foi estudar para o antigo e bem conceituado colégio do Quelhas e depois matriculou se na Escola Politécnica, mas ali não completou o curso. Em 1846 estabelecia relações de amizade íntima com o eminente historiador Alexandre Herculano, e de 1847 para 1848 teve hospedagem na casa em que Herculano habitava, contígua á real biblioteca da Ajuda, e onde pode estreitar relações com Almeida Garrett? Location/localizacao: FR-8-B-1. Seller Inventory # 1111JC058

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FAISCAS DE FOGO MORTO.: BULHÃO PATO.

BULHÃO PATO.

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About this Item: [.] Improvisos do Monte ; Pó e Sombra?? No Seculo XIV; Ultima Faisca ? Notas. Typographia da Academia Real das Sciencias. Lisboa. 1908. De 17x12 cm. Com 219 págs. Encadernado com cantos e lombada em pele, conserva as capas de brochura. 1ª edição. Exemplar por abrir com Ex-Libris da Livraria Academica no canto superior esquerdo do verso anterior da folha de guarda e no canto inferior direito da pasta anterior. Obra de versos românticos e espirituais, ricos em ritmo e alusões ao passado. Demonstrativa das qualidades romanescas que granjearam ao autor um lugar no pódio literário português. Inocêncio XVIII, 158: ?Raymundo Antonio de Bulhão Pato nasceu em Bilbau, províncias vascongadas, a 3 de Março de 1829, de pais portugueses; chamaram se, seu pai Francisco António Pereira Pato Moniz (da casa fidalga dos Patos, de Alcochete) e Alvares de Bulhão, e sua mãe D. Maria da Piedade Brandy, dama de nobilíssimo coração e notável inteligência, vinda de família burguesa muito considerada. Quando a família veio para Lisboa foi estudar para o antigo e bem conceituado colégio do Quelhas e depois matriculou se na Escola Politécnica, mas ali não completou o curso. Em 1846 estabelecia relações de amizade íntima com o eminente historiador Alexandre Herculano, e de 1847 para 1848 teve hospedagem na casa em que Herculano habitava, contígua á real biblioteca da Ajuda, e onde pode estreitar relações com Almeida Garrett? Location/localizacao: 9-1A-A-3. Seller Inventory # 1606JR095

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GREMIO LITTERARIO PORTUGUEZ, Rio de Janeiro.

Published by Rio de Janeiro, Typographia de Teixeira e C.ª, 1858. (1858)

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About this Item: Rio de Janeiro, Typographia de Teixeira e C.ª, 1858., 1858. Large 8°, twentieth century (second quarter?) quarter sheep over decorated boards (small nicks near head and foot of spine, wear at joints), spine richly gilt with 20 raised bands, black leather lettering piece, gilt letter, decorated endleaves, top edges rouged, other edges uncut. Lithograph portraits. Blank lower outer corner of half title repaired. Foxing, mostly light, but heavier on half title and final blank leaf, and moderate on title page. Overall in good condition. Authenticating manuscript ink signature of R.[einaldo] Carlos on verso of half title. 2 portraits, 269 pp., (1 blank l.). *** FIRST and ONLY EDITION of the FIRST and ONLY ISSUE PUBLISHED of this literary magazine consisting of a collection of poetry and prose, published by the Gremio Litterario Portuguez in Rio and dedicated to Alexandre Herculano. It includes works by Brazilians such as Faustino Xavier de Novaes, F. Gonsalves Braga (who offered poems to Garrett and Lamartine) and Ernesto Pego de Kruger Cibrão. There are also essays by Reinaldo Carlos [Montóro] on the rebirth of Hellenic literature, poets of the eighteenth century, Fr. Luiz de Souza, the Rome of the Atlantic, literature and industrialism, and other topics. Reinaldo Carlos appears to have edited the volume and written the unsigned dedication to Herculano. The lithograph portraits are of Herculano and Almeida Garrett.*** Innocêncio VII, 67; VIII, 28. Porbase locates copies at the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal (4), Biblioteca Pública Municipal do Porto, and the Universidade Católica-Biblioteca João Paulo II. Not located in Copac. NUC: NcD, InU. Seller Inventory # 20059

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SHAKESPEARE, William; trans. Raimundo António de Bulhão Pato.

Published by Lisbon, Typographia da Academia Real das Sciencias, 1881. (1881)

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About this Item: Lisbon, Typographia da Academia Real das Sciencias, 1881., 1881. Large 8°, mid-twentieth-century dark green half sheep over decorated boards (slight wear at extremities), spine richly gilt with raised bands in five compartments, two black leather lettering pieces in second and fourth compartments, author, title and translator in gilt letter, decorated endleaves, top edges tinted green, other edges uncut, original printed wrappers bound in (front wrapper backed with small repair to outer margin). Partially unopened. In very good condition. Translator's signed presentation inscription on half title: "A Oliveira Mattos // Lembrança de sincera // estima // do seu amigo // Bulhão Pato". (4 ll.), 255 pp., (1 l. errata). *** First Edition of this translation. The Merchant of Venice was also translated by Dom Luiz I, King of Portugal, 1879. The present translator, Bulhão Pato (1829-Monte da Caparica, 1912), a native of Bilbao whose parents were Portuguese, author of Poesias (1850), Paquita (1856), and Versos (1862), one of the most important Portuguese authors of the Romantic school, was a friend and protégé of the historian, poet and historical novelist Alexandre Herculano. He published his first volume of poetry at age 17, astounding the literati by his individuality of style and unaffected simplicity of form. He was also a friend of Almeida Garrett; later of Eça de Queiroz (whose caricature of Bulhão Pato in Os Maias, in the form of the poet Tomás de Alencar, provoked a violent polemic), Ramalho Ortigão, and Colombano Bordalo Pinheiro. His name has been given to a classic of Portuguese cookery, Ameijoas ao Bulhão Pato (clams in a sauce of garlic, olive oil and cilantro). In addition to Shakespeare, Bulhão Pato translated Lamartine and Victor Hugo.Provenance: Padre António Oliveira Matos [?] (Envendos, 1867-?), teacher, priest, author and publicist. See Grande enciclopédia, XIX, 412.*** Innocêncio XVIII, 158 (incomplete collation); on Bulhão Pato see also VII, 50-1; XVIII, 157-9 and Fonseca, Aditamentos 330. Gonçalves Rodrigues, A tradução em Portugal IV, 15069. See also Bell, Portuguese Literature pp. 302-3; Saraiva & Lopes, História da literatura portuguesa (1976) pp. 818-9; Prado Coelho, Dicionário de literatura (4th ed.), III, 800-1; Ávelar Manuel Machado in Dicionário de literatura portuguesa, pp. 365-6; João Bigotte Chorão in Biblos, III, 1437-8; Dicionário cronológico de autores portugueses, II, 145-7. Seller Inventory # 35918

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CINTRA PINTURESCA: PEREIRA DE LACERDA.

PEREIRA DE LACERDA. (João António de Lemos, 2.º Visconde de Juromenha)

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About this Item: ou Memória Descriptiva das Villas de Cintra e Collares e seus arredores . Nova Edição profusamente illustrada e desenvolvida com muitas annotações por? (Membro da Sociedade Litteraria Almeida Garrett). Empreza da História de Portugal Sociedade Editora. Lisboa. 1905. De 27x19 cm. Com 317 págs. Brochado (deve ser encadernado). Ilustrado com as imagens da vida quotidiana na região saloia: a saída da igreja; os burriqueiros; os tipos saloios; a estação de caminhos-de-ferro de Sintra; as festas da Senhora do Cabo em 1902; o interior e exterior de vários tipos de casas e cottages, os palácios reais e as cavalariças reais, etc. Exemplar com ex-libris de Carlos J. Vieira. O Atlas mencionado na descrição bibliográfica de Inocêncio Francisco da Silva era vendido na época em separado. O mesmo Atlas não foi reproduzido nas edições fac-similadas ou nesta edição de 1905. Inocêncio III, 290; XVII, 360; X, 155: ?Não traz o nome do autor, mas sabe se ser obra do visconde de Juromenha, João António de Lemos Pereira de Lacerda, 2.º Visconde de Juromenha, 2.º Alcaide-mór da mesma vila, e 15.° Senhor do morgado de Valle-formoso, Comendador da Ordem de S. Bento de Avís, etc. Nasceu em Lisboa em 1807. A sua estreia, na carreira das boas letras, foi a publicação desta obra Cintra Pinturesca, 1838 1839, trabalho revisto por Alexandre Herculano, com quem estabelecera relações por intermédio do seu antigo condiscípulo e brilhante escritor, Ignacio Pizarro de Moraes Sarmento, conservando sem interrupção e sem azedume essas relações com o distinto historiador, apesar da profunda divergência de opiniões politicas. CINTRA PINTURESCA, ou Memoria descriptiva das villas de Cintra, Colares e seus arredores. Lisboa, na Typ. da Sociedade Propagadora dos Conhecimentos useis 1838. 8.º gr. de 232 pag. Saiu sem o nome do seu autor, e acompanhada de um atlas, que contém estampas ilustrativas de diversos pontos da Memoria, no formato de 4.º gr. oblongo, o qual contudo se vendeu em separado. A esta obra, sem dúvida a mais completa que sobre o assunto existe impressa até o presente. O Sr. Visconde é tido geralmente como um dos mais assíduos e inteligentes investigadores de nossas antiguidades, e consta que conserva neste ramo ainda inéditos alguns trabalhos, já de todo elaborados, e muitos outros em apontamentos, que tendem a completar-se a medida que o tempo e mais circunstancias o permitirem. Bem longe de monopolizar (releve-se o termo) os frutos do seu estudo e aturada diligência, de bom grado os reparte aos que deles necessitam, havendo-se nesta parte com urbanidade e franqueza, que não são hoje vulgares? Location/localizacao: 4-1-A-59. Seller Inventory # 1604IA026

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BULHÃO PATO. (Raimundo António de)

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About this Item: Tomo I. Scenas de infancia e homens de lettras. Tomo II. Homens Politicos. Tomo III. Quadrinhos de outras epochas. Tipographia da Academia Real das Sciencias. Lisboa. 1894 e 1907. 3 volumes de 17x12 cm. Com 338, 370 e 434 pags. Encadernações cmo lombada em pele. Exemplares preservam capas de brochura. Obra constituída por inúmeros pequenos ensaios autobiográficos que retratam a vida no País Basco e em Portugal, entre a família e amigos, na capital portuguesa e nos seus arredores; com memórias ?cicatrizes indeléveis?, segundo o autor, das guerras carlistas, das guerras liberais, da Maria da Fonte e da Patuleia. Inocêncio XVIII, 158: ?Raymundo Antonio de Bulhão Pato nasceu em Bilbau, províncias vascongadas, a 3 de Março de 1829, de pais portugueses; chamaram se, seu pai Francisco António Pereira Pato Moniz (da casa fidalga dos Patos, de Alcochete) e Alvares de Bulhão, e sua mãe D. Maria da Piedade Brandy, dama de nobilíssimo coração e notável inteligência, vinda de família burguesa muito considerada. Quando a família veio para Lisboa foi estudar para o antigo e bem conceituado colégio do Quelhas e depois matriculou se na Escola Politécnica, mas ali não completou o curso. Em 1846 estabelecia relações de amizade íntima com o eminente historiador Alexandre Herculano, e de 1847 para 1848 teve hospedagem na casa em que Herculano habitava, contígua á real biblioteca da Ajuda, e onde pode estreitar relações com Almeida Garrett? Location/localizacao: FR-5-D-24. Seller Inventory # 1606IA001

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Revista Peninsular. Primeiro ( e Segundo) Volume.: REVISTA PENINSULAR.

REVISTA PENINSULAR.

Published by Lisboa, Typographia do Progresso, 1855 [y] Lisboa, Typographia de Castro e Irmão, 1856. (1856)

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About this Item: Lisboa, Typographia do Progresso, 1855 [y] Lisboa, Typographia de Castro e Irmão, 1856., 1856. Dos tomos en un volúmen en folio; 573 pp. y 288 pp. Con varios estados plegados y un total de cuatro láminas litográficas con retratos de escritores hispanos y lusos. Textos en portugués y español. Encuadernación de época, fatigada, en media tela. Impulsada por Juan Valera durante su embajada en Lisboa, la "Revista Peninsular" es una excelente muestra de las aspiraciones de los iberistas españoles y portugueses del siglo XIX. Entre otros muchos temas se trata de: los ferrocarriles peninsulares, las contribuciones directas en España, el comercio exterior, la explotación de la hulla y el hierro en España, la Exposición General de Bellas Artes en Madrid en 1856, y Portugal en la Exposición Universal de Paris. La nómina de los autores es significativa: Alexandre Herculano, Almeida Garrett, Florez Estrada, Quintana, Estévanez Calderón, Mesonero Romanos, Espronceda, Cánovas del Castillo, Latino Coello, Mousinho de Oliveira, Campoamor, Vicente Barrantes, Gertrudis Gómez de Avellaneda junto a otras poetisas españolas, Bulhão Pato, Maldonado Macanaz, Sinibaldo de Mas, Donoso Cortés, Aureliano Fernandez Guerra, José Guell y Renté, Salvador Costanzó, Juan Valera, Heriberto Gonzalez de Quevedo y muchos otros, incluidos autores americanos. Seller Inventory # C83-1383

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BULHÃO PATO, [Raimundo Antonio de].

Published by Ponta Delgada, Typ. da Voz da Liberdade, 1868. (1868)

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About this Item: Ponta Delgada, Typ. da Voz da Liberdade, 1868., 1868. 8°, later three-quarter green buckram over marbled boards (front hinge weak), smooth spine with vertical gilt lettering, decorated endleaves. Some browning, mostly light, a bit heavier on title page and ultimate leaf. In very good condition. 96 pp. *** FIRST and ONLY EDITION. Seven letters of the poet and translator Bulhão Pato, giving his impressions of the Azores. Four are addressed to Ricardo Guimarães, Visconde de Benalcanfor, one to the poet and journalist Eduardo Augusto Vidal, and two to the extraordinarily versatile man-of-letters Manuel Pinheiro Chagas. For the most part describing the island of São Miguel, also included is a "Canção" (pp. 43-5), and a poem titled "Amor Virgem" (pp. 83-5).Bulhão Pato (1829-1912), a native of Bilbao whose parents were Portuguese, was the author of Poesias (1850), Paquita (1856), and Versos (1862). He was one of the most important Portuguese authors of the Romantic school. He published his first volume of poetry at age 17, astounding the literati by his individuality of style and unaffected simplicity of form. He was a friend and protégé of the historian, poet and historical novelist Alexandre Herculano, and also a friend of Almeida Garrett. Later he was friends with Ramalho Ortigão, Colombano Bordalo Pinheiro, and Eça de Queiroz (whose caricature of Bulhão Pato in Os Maias, in the form of the poet Tomás de Alencar, provoked a violent polemic). His name has been given to a classic of Portuguese cookery, Ameijoas ao Bulhão Pato (clams in a sauce of garlic, olive oil and cilantro).*** Innocêncio XVIII, 157. Canto, Biblioteca açoriana 2284. Porbase locates two copies: one at the Universidade dos Açores, the other in the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal. Not located in Copac. NUC: MH. Seller Inventory # 38012

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Explicação de varios pontos da doutrina das: BARRETO, Ignácio de

BARRETO, Ignácio de Barros].

Published by Recife, Typographia Universal, 1865. (1865)

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About this Item: Recife, Typographia Universal, 1865., 1865. Large 8°, original blue printed wrappers (spine gone, tear in blank lower wrapper of 4.5 cm). In very good condition. Author's dated presentation inscription on recto of dedication leaf (p. [3]): "Ao Ilmº Exmº Snr // Alexandre Herculano // Offrece // O Autor // Pernambuco Julho 1867". 51 pp., (errata leaf). *** FIRST (and only?) EDITION of this elaboration and defense of the author's work in favor of religious toleration, Doze proposições sobra a legitimidade religiosa da verdadeira tolerancia dos cultos, published the previous year in Rio de Janeiro. He was born in the province of Pernambuco, 1828 and died there sometime between 1878 and 1895. His initials appear at the end of the prologue, page 11. Both Blake and Barros Paiva give the first word of the title as "Exposição" instead of "Explicação".Provenance: Alexandre Herculano (1810-1877) is recognized as the greatest Portuguese historian of the nineteenth century, one of the greatest that country ever produced, and indeed, one of the most important any country produced. A complete volume of Innocêncio is devoted to a bibliography and analysis of his works, which include Historia da origem e estabelecimento da Inquisição em Portugal, Lisbon 1854-59, and Historia de Portugal, Lisbon 1846-53. Herculano was a novelist as well as a poet and historian, and is responsible for introducing to Portugal the historical romance in the manner of Sir Walter Scott, which influenced Almeida Garrett and later authors.*** Sacramento Blake III, 262. Innocêncio X, 49-50. Barros Paiva p. 54. Porbase locates three copies, all at Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal. Copac repeats British Library. KVK (44 databases searched) repeats Berlin, Erfurt, and Württenbergische Landesbibliothek. Seller Inventory # 24979

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HERCULANO [de Carvalho e Araujo], A.[lexandre].

Published by Lisbon, Viuva Bertrand & Cª Successores Carvalho & Cª and Antiga Casa Bertrand?José Bastos & Cª, 1876?1908. (1908)

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About this Item: Lisbon, Viuva Bertrand & Cª Successores Carvalho & Cª and Antiga Casa Bertrand?José Bastos & Cª, 1876?1908., 1908. 8°, early-twentieth-century navy blue quarter sheep over marbled boards (slight wear at corners), flat spines gilt in tasteful late romantic pattern, gilt letter, two vertical gilt fillets on covers, marbled endleaves, top edges tinted blue. A few pencil markings in margins. Some slight browning. Overall a fine set. Engraved armorial bookplates of J.[osé] C.[aetano] Mazziotti Salema Garção, and with his blind stamps on title-pages. Signature of Fidelino de Figueiredo in upper outer corner of title-pages of volumes VII through X. *** Important collection. First editions of volumes III, V, VI, IX and X; second editions of volumes II, IV, VII and VIII; third edition of volume I. Volumes I, II, IV, VII, VIIII and X consist of Questões publicas, tomos 1 through 6; volumes III, V and VI contain Controversias e estudos históricos, tomos 1 through 3; volume IX is devoted to Literatura. Volumes I through VI bear the imprint Viuva Bertrand & Cª Successores Carvalho & Cª (dated 1880, 1880, 1876, 1882, 1881 and 1884, respectively; on the versos of the title-pages appears: Coimbra-Imprensa da Universidade, except in the case of volume III, which states on the verso of the title: Lisboa-Imprensa Nacional); volumes VII through X have the imprint of Antiga Casa Bertrand-José Bastos & Cª (volumes VII and VIII undated; volume IX with José Bastos & Cª - Typographia de Francisco Luiz Gonçalves, dated 1907; volume X dated 1908).Herculano (1810-1877) is recognized as the greatest Portuguese historian of the nineteenth century, and one of the greatest that country ever produced. A complete volume of Innocêncio (XXI, by Brito da Aranha), is devoted to a bibliography and analysis of his works, which include Historia da origem e estabelecimento da Inquisição em Portugal, Lisbon 1854-59, and Historia de Portugal, Lisbon 1846-53. Herculano was a novelist as well as a poet and historian, and is responsible for introducing to Portugal the historical romance in the manner of Sir Walter Scott, which influenced Almeida Garrett and later authors.Provenance: J.[osé] C.[aetano] Mazziotti Salema Garção (1886-1961) of Porto was a noted collector and wolfram magnate.*** Innocêncio XX, 128-30; also XXI, 649-59. On Herculano see Bernstein, Alexandre Herculano: Portugal's Historical Novelist; also Edgar Prestage in Encyclopedia Britannica (11th ed.), XIII, 344-5. For the bookplate, see Avelar Duarte, Ex-libris portugueses heráldicos 750. Seller Inventory # 35115

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Odio velho não cança, romance historico.: SILVA, L.[uiz; or

SILVA, L.[uiz; or Luís] A.[ugusto] Rebello [or Rebelo] da.

Published by Lisbon, Na Typographia da Epoca, 1848. (1848)

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About this Item: Lisbon, Na Typographia da Epoca, 1848., 1848. 2 volumes in 1. 8°, contemporary quarter green morocco over green pebbled cloth boards (very slight wear), spine gilt with raised bands in five compartments, gilt letter and numbers in second and fourth compartments from top, respectively, covers with borders ruled in blind, marbled endleaves, text block edges sprinkled green. In fine condition. xxiv, 200; 239, (1) pp. *** FIRST separate EDITION of this historical novel all or part of which also appeared in the newspaper Epoca, and was published in several subsequent editions during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, most recently (we think) in 1967. Set in the early thirteenth century, it deals with the kidnapping and rape of the noted beauty Maria Paes, mistress of the second king of Portugal, D. Sancho I, by Gomes Loureiro. It is the earliest of his more significant separately published works of fiction; others include A ultima corrida de touros em Salvaterra (first published in the same issue of Epoca, 1848), A mocidade de D. João V (1852-1853), A casa dos fantasmas (1865), and Contos e lendas (1873).Luiz Augusto Rebello da Silva (1822-1871; to give the orthography of his name which he used during his lifetime, before it was changed by certain pedantic cataloguers), politician, journalist, noted historian, novelist, short story writer, playwright, translator of Shakespeare's Othello, peer of the realm, member of the Real Academia das Sciencias de Lisboa, was one of the chief authors of the first wave of romanticism in Portugal. He was a close friend of Alexandre Herculano and Almeida Garrett, working with Herculano in the Biblioteca da Ajuda, and, following Herculano, using the methodology of Sir Walter Scott in bringing the romantic historical novel to Portugal. Indeed, Rebello da Silva was perhaps even more greatly influenced by Scott than was Herculano. The present work is dedicated to Herculano.*** Innocencio V, 230 (wihout collation; giving the date of publication as 1849); for additional information about the author, see also VII, 125, 146, 147; XIII, 350; XIX, 251; XX, 420; and Aditamentos, p. 272. See Bell, Portuguese Literature p. 296; Saraiva & Lopes, História da literatura portuguesa (17th ed.), pp. 739-41; Prado Coelho, ed. Dicionário de literatura (4th ed.), IV, 1024-5; Álvaro Manuel Machado in Dicionário de literatura portuguesa, pp. 455-6; Álvaro Manuel Machado in Biblos, V, 43-5; Dicionário cronológico de autores portugueses, II, 96-7. See also Maria Laura Bettencourt Pires, Walter Scott e o romantismo português, p. 141 and throughout. Porbase cites the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal (but without any call number) and the Universidade do Minho. Seller Inventory # 36608

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SILVA, Luiz [or Luís] Augusto Rebello [or Rebelo] da.

Published by Lisbon, Typographia da Gazeta de Portugal, 1865-1866. (1866)

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About this Item: Lisbon, Typographia da Gazeta de Portugal, 1865-1866., 1866. 2 volumes in 1. 8°, later quarter sheep over marbled boards(spine rubbed; other binding wear, especially to corners and raised bands, but sound), spine gilt with raised bands in five compartments, citron leather lettering piece in second compartment from head, gilt letter, decorated endleaves, original printed wrappers bound in (but without rear wrapper for volume I). Title pages and wrappers printed in red and black. Front wrappers with triple ruled borders. Light browning and very occasional light foxing. Internally in very good condition; overall in good condition. Old black on white printed paper ticket, 4.2 x 6.2 cm., of Livraria do Povo, Rio de Janeiro, tipped on to front wrapper of volume I. 263; 268 pp., (2 ll.). *** FIRST EDITION of this historical novel dealing with the French invasions of Portugal during the Peninsular War. Other editions appeared in 1900, early 1900s without date, 1905, 1908, 1938, 1959, 1965, and 1984. A dramatic adaptation by Adolpho Ernest Motta was published in Coimbra, 1872. The text was also published as a eBook as part of Project Gutenberg in 2008.Luiz Augusto Rebello da Silva (1822-1871; to give the orthography of his name which he used during his lifetime, before it was changed by certain pedantic cataloguers), politician, journalist, noted historian, novelist, short story writer, playwright, translator of Shakespeare's Othello, peer of the realm, member of the Real Academia das Sciencias de Lisboa, was one of the chief authors of the first wave of romanticism in Portugal. He was a close friend of Alexandre Herculano and Almeida Garrett, working with Herculano in the Biblioteca da Ajuda, and, following Herculano, using the methodology of Sir Walter Scott in bringing the romantic historical novel to Portugal. Indeed, Rebello da Silva was perhaps even more greatly influenced by Scott than was Herculano. *** Not located in Innocêncio; on the author, see V, 228-32; VII, 125, 146, 147; XIII, 350; XIX, 251; XX, 420; and Aditamentos, p. 272. See also Bell, Portuguese Literature p. 296; Saraiva & Lopes, História da literatura portuguesa (17th ed.), pp. 739-41; Prado Coelho, ed. Dicionário de literatura (4th ed.), IV, 1024-5; Álvaro Manuel Machado in Dicionário de literatura portuguesa, pp. 455-6; Álvaro Manuel Machado in Biblos, V, 43-5; Dicionário cronológico de autores portugueses, II, 96-7. See also Maria Laura Bettencourt Pires, Walter Scott e o romantismo português, p. 141 and throughout. Porbase locates three copies, all in the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal. This edition not located in Copac, which only cites a single copy of the 1908 edition at the Taylor Institution-Oxford University. Seller Inventory # 38381

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Flores agrestes.: BULHÃO PATO, Raimundo

BULHÃO PATO, Raimundo Antonio de.

Published by Porto, Viuva Moré, 1870 on front wrapper. (1870)

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About this Item: Porto, Viuva Moré, 1870 on front wrapper., 1870. 8°, later quarter cloth over decorated boards, text-block edges sprinkled green, original yellow printed wrappers bound in. A few leaves foxed, scattered small stains, some pencilled corrections to text. Overall in very good condition. Author's signed presentation inscription to Antonio Feliciano de Castilho on half title. 283, (1 blank), iii pp. *** The dedication copy of the FIRST EDITION. The dedicatee is Antonio Feliciano de Castilho (see p. 5). Bulhão Pato (1829-1912), a native of Bilbao whose parents were Portuguese, was the author of Poesias (1850), Paquita (1856), and Versos (1862). He was one of the most important Portuguese authors of the Romantic school. He published his first volume of poetry at age 17, astounding the literati by his individuality of style and unaffected simplicity of form. He was a friend and protégé of the historian, poet and historical novelist Alexandre Herculano, and also a friend of Almeida Garrett. Later he was friends with Ramalho Ortigão, Colombano Bordalo Pinheiro, and Eça de Queiroz (whose caricature of Bulhão Pato in Os Maias, in the form of the poet Tomás de Alencar, provoked a violent polemic). His name has been given to a classic of Portuguese cookery, Ameijoas ao Bulhão Pato (clams in a sauce of garlic, olive oil and cilantro).Provenance: Antonio Feliciano de Castilho (1800-1875) ranks (with Almeida Garrett and Herculano) as one of the three best Romantic writers in Portugal, and Bell notes that "His quadras . and his blank verse are alike so easy and natural, his style so harmonious and pure that, despite the lack of observation and originality in these long poems, they have not even to-day lost their place in Portuguese literature." Castilho published numerous works of poetry and prose, founded and edited the Revista universal lisbonense (1841-45), and began the series "Livraria Classica Portuguesa," for which he wrote the studies of Bernardes and Garcia de Resende. He also translated works of Ovid, Molière, and Anacreon. His translation of Goethe's Faust is particularly well-known for the controversy it raised among students of German language and literature ("a questão faustina"). Following Almeida Garrett's death and Herculano's retreat to Val-de-Lôbos, Castilho became the leading figure of the Romantic movement in Portugal. His 1865 prologue to a work by Pinheiro Chagas, which condemned the young writers of Coimbra (Antero de Quental, Teofilo Braga, Vieira de Castro) for "nebulosidade," incited Quental to write Bom senso e bom gôsto. A native of Lisbon, Castilho became blind at the age of six but nevertheless went on to earn a degree in law from Coimbra. Aside from his literary production, he invented a new method for teaching children to read, the methodo portuguez, and attempted to implement it while serving as Commissario Geral de Instrucção Primaria. See Bell, Portuguese Literature, pp. 299-300; Saraiva & Lopes, História da literatura portuguesa (1976) pp. 810-15; Grande enciclopedia VI, 201-12.*** Innocêncio VII, 50; XVIII, 157. Fonseca, Aditamentos p. 330. Bell, Portuguese Literature pp. 302-3. Saraiva & Lopes, História da literatura portuguesa (1976) pp. 818-9. Porbase locates two copies: Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal, and Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian. Copac repeats Oxford, Manchester, and British Library. NUC: MH. Seller Inventory # 20589

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Memorias.: BULHÃO PATO, Raimundo

BULHÃO PATO, Raimundo Antonio de.

Published by Lisbon, Academia Real das Sciencias, 1894-1907. (1907)

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About this Item: Lisbon, Academia Real das Sciencias, 1894-1907., 1907. 3 volumes. 8°, contemporary crimson quarter morocco over decorated boards (some slight wear to extremities), smooth spines with gilt fillets, lettering and numbers. Some very light browning. A fine set. Author's signed ("Bulhão Pato") and dated presentation copy to his friend José Cunha, with five-line inscription on the half-title of volume I and four-line inscription on the preliminary blank leaf recto of volume II, dated 28 June and 9 August 1894, respectively. Small round binder's ticket of Paulino, Rua Nova da Trindade, 82, Lisboa in volume III. (3 ll.), 338, (1) pp.; (3 ll.), 370 pp.; (4 ll.), 434, (1) pp. *** FIRST EDITION of the literary memoirs of one of the most important Portuguese authors of the Romantic school. Bulhão Pato (1829-1912), a native of Bilbao whose parents were Portuguese, was the author of Poesias (1850), Paquita (1856), and Versos (1862). He was one of the most important Portuguese authors of the Romantic school. He published his first volume of poetry at age 17, astounding the literati by his individuality of style and unaffected simplicity of form. He was a friend and protégé of the historian, poet and historical novelist Alexandre Herculano, and also a friend of Almeida Garrett. Later he was friends with Ramalho Ortigão, Colombano Bordalo Pinheiro, and Eça de Queiroz (whose caricature of Bulhão Pato in Os Maias, in the form of the poet Tomás de Alencar, provoked a violent polemic). His name has been given to a classic of Portuguese cookery, Ameijoas ao Bulhão Pato (clams in a sauce of garlic, olive oil and cilantro).*** Innocêncio VII, 50 and XVIII, 157; Fonseca, Aditamentos p. 330: listing only the first 2 volumes, all that had been published at the time. Saraiva & Lopes, História da literatura portuguesa (1976) pp. 818-9. Bell, Portuguese Literature pp. 302-3. Prado Coelho, Dicionário de literatura (4th ed.), III, 800-1. NUC: WU, MB. Seller Inventory # 20590

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Almanak do Rit. Esc. Ant. e Acc.: REIS, [Antonio] N[unes]

REIS, [Antonio] N[unes] dos, and R[odrigo José de Lima] Felner.

Published by Lisbon, Typ. de O.R. Ferreira, (1845). (1845)

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About this Item: Lisbon, Typ. de O.R. Ferreira, (1845)., 1845. 2 works in 1 volume. 8°, contemporary quarter mottled calf (some wear at fore-edge), smooth spine with gilt ornaments and red label, short title gilt-lettered. Numerous tables in text. A few leaves lightly spotted. In very good condition. (33 ll.), [67]-210 pp. *** FIRST and ONLY EDITION of this fascinating and wide-ranging volume. Pages 67-126 offer a history of the Freemasons in Portugal. Although the account contains some errors, it was translated to French and published in the Almanach de la Franc-Maçonnerie, Paris, 1846. Pages 127-130 list dates when Freemasonry was introduced to Europe, Asia (including Bengal, Madras, Ceylon, Persia, Goa), Oceania (Java, Sumatra), Africa (Senegal, Sierra Leon, St. Helena, Mozambique), and America (including Massachusetts, Boston, South Carolina, Pennsylvania, and many Caribbean islands). The leaders of the Masons are listed on pp. 130-133, including those for Alabama, Haiti, Louisiana, Missouri, New Jersey, New Hampshire, New York, Ohio, Tennessee, and Texas. Following are notes on charitable institutions run by the Masons in Portugal and elsewhere. Pages 149-158 give an account of a persecution of several Masons by the Inquisition of Lisbon in 1742.Among those who died in 1844 and are mentioned in the Necrologia section (pp. 158-175) are Jean Bernadotte, who reigned in Sweden as King Charles XIV John from 1818 to 1844. Pages 183-194 include notable Masonic events in 1842-1843 in France, England, Scotland, Ireland, Germany, Holland, America (the celebration of the completion of the Croton Aqueduct in New York gets half a page), British India, and Oceania. The unnumbered leaves at the beginning contain a monthly calendar that includes numerous dates significant in Masonic history, e.g., on October 20, in the year 1798, Frederic William, King of Prussia, forbade secret societies, but made an exception for the Masons.Innocêncio notes that by this time Freemasonry was very popular in Portugal, discussions in the lodges having moved from politics and religion to "mutua beneficencia e confraternidade."Rodrigo José de Lima Felner (1809-1877) was born in Lisbon, but his family traveled with the royal family to Brazil, and he grew up in Rio de Janeiro and Maranhão. He was a cavalleiro da Ordem de N.S. da Conceição, supported D. Maria II at Porto, and served as the first official of the Thesouro Publico after its reorganization in 1834. Along with Alexandre Herculano and Francisco Romano Gomes Meira, he edited Panorama, and was first Secretário da Inspecção Geral dos Theatros e do Conservatorio da Arte Dramatica, which was organized at the instigation of Almeida Garrett. Felner wrote some twenty dramas and published O Bibliophilo, a periodical dedicated to bibliography, starting in 1849.*** Os sucessores de Zacuto: o almanque na Biblioteca Nacional 316, with an illustration of the title page. Innocêncio VII, 175 (Felner; Nunes dos Reis is not listed). Not in Ferrer Benimeli. Porbase lists this and the 5486 Almanak together at Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal. Not located in Copac. KVK (44 databases searched) locates only the copies cited by Porbase. *** BOUND WITH: FELNER, R[odrigo José de Lima]. Almanak do Rit. Esc. Ant. e Acc. em Portugal, para o anno de 5486, offerecido ao Synhedrio de Beneficencia pelo . Lisbon: Typ. de O.R. Ferreira & Comp., (1846). Scattered light spotting. In very good condition. (25 ll.), [51]-158 pp., (1 l.).FIRST and ONLY EDITION, including events among Portuguese Masons in 1845; progress of Masonry in Bahia (pp. 66-71); notes on the Masons and the theater (pp. 77-78); Iniciação dos Jesuitas (pp. 85-97); and various charitable efforts. The list of Masonic leaders includes those in Alabama, North and South Carolina, Iowa, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Tennessee, and Texas. Factos Diversos includes notes on America (Ohio and Massachusetts). On the list of Masonic lodges with notable buildings appear Baltimore, Ca. Seller Inventory # 23329

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