Commentaries of the Great Afonso - 4 Vols.

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Laurier Books, Limited, Dec 1, 2000 - History - 1358 pages
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The Second Viceroy Of India. Translated From The Portuguese Edition Of 1774 With Notes And An Introduction By Walter De Gray Birch. Part I: Where In Is Contained How The Great Afonso Dalboquerque Went To India For The First And Second Times; And What Took Place In The Conquest Of The Kingdom Of Ormuz, Until He Arrived At Canonor; Part Ii: Wherein Are Contained The Dealings Of The Great Afonso Dalboquerque With The Viceroy: And What He Did After Being Invested With The Government Of India, Untill The First Taking Of Goa; Part Iii: Wherein Is Contained An Account Of What The Great Afonso Dalboquerque Performed In The Conquest Of The Kingdom Of Goa For The Second Time, And Of The Kingdom Of Malacca: And All The Rest That He Did Untill His Departure To The Straits; Part Iv: Wherein Is Contained How The Great Afonso Dalboquerque Entered The Straits Of The Red Sea, And What Passed After His Return To India, And What He Did In The Second Taking Of The Kingdom Of Ormuz, And How He Died, And Whose Son He Was.

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