O Correio Braziliense e a «pretendida conspiração»

Translated title of the contribution: Correio Braziliense and the 'alleged conspiracy'

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This chapter explains how the Portuguese periodical Correio Braziliense, published in London, reported and commented on the conspiracy led by general Gomes Freire de Andrade in Lisbon, in 1817 and how its editor, Hipólito da Costa, reflected on it before and after the 1820 liberal revolution.
Translated title of the contributionCorreio Braziliense and the 'alleged conspiracy'
Original languagePortuguese
Title of host publicationGomes Freire e as vésperas da Revolução de 1820
Subtitle of host publicationColóquio Internacional do Bicentenário
EditorsMiriam Halpern Pereira, Ana Cristina Araújo
Place of PublicationLisboa
PublisherBiblioteca Nacional de Portugal
Number of pages19
ISBN (Electronic)978-972-565-628-0
ISBN (Print)978-972-565-629-7
Publication statusPublished - Sept 2018
EventColóquio Internacional do Bicentenário Gomes Freire e as Vésperas da Revolução de 1820 - Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal, Lisboa, Portugal
Duration: 18 Oct 201718 Oct 2017


ConferenceColóquio Internacional do Bicentenário Gomes Freire e as Vésperas da Revolução de 1820
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  • Correio Braziliense
  • Gomes Freire
  • Hipólito da Costa
  • 1820 Revolution
  • Cultural history
  • History of the press


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