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CHINA. ANDRADE (José Ignacio)
CHINESE PIRATES
CHINA. ANDRADE (José Ignacio) Memoria dos feitos macaenses contra os pirates da China:  e sa entrada violenta dos inglezes na cidade de Macao, Typografia Lisbonese, 1835
Second Revised and Enlarged Edition, woodcut vignette on title, 161 pp.+ 2 leaves of errata, small library stamp on lower margin of title, sm.8vo, calf spine,
Part II "Invasao das tropas inglezas em Macao e sua retirada" pp. 89-161. In September 1808 Lord Minto Governor of Bengal, had ordered Admiral Drury to proceed to Macao and to ensure that the city could be properly defended against possible attacks by the French. However the Chinese declined, maintaining that they could defend their own coasts, and the Portuguese Governor resisted the interference. Andrade led a seafaring life from an early age and made several Voyages to India and China. He later became a director of the Bank of Portugal. Cordier III, 1900.
£650.00   

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