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Text:"... was founded and named in 1535 by a Portuguese called DuarteCoelho who 1 looked at the rolling hill jutting out into the Atlantic and exclaimed Olinda posicao para uma vila That is Oh what a nice spot..."
Date:July 24 1970
Publication:Lebanon, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... on the following Gentlemen :— For the Interior, Fernando Luiz de Sousa Barradas. For the Finances, Francis DuarteCoelho. For the War Department, Marshal Antonio Teixeira Rebello. For Foreign Affairs, Anstlmo Jose..."
Date:Feb 20 1821
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., as well as in the public mind, against M. DuarteCoelho, who has had charge of the Finance Department for the last six months, a change of Ministers has taken place, by which M. Silvestre Pinhelro Ferreira..."
Date:Sep 28 1821
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:".... Except for the blare of radios and television sets and the passing of the occasional car the city itself could have stood still in time. Olinda was founded and named in 1535 by a Portuguese called Duarte..."
Date:Feb 18 1970
Publication:Coshocton, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... Except for the I re of radios and television is and the passing of the occasional car the city itself could have stood still in time. Olinda was founded and named in 1535 by a Portu- guese called Duarte..."
Date:Feb 22 1970
Publication:Elyria, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... proceeded to elect the five Secretaries. The choice fell on the following Gentlemen : - " For the Interior, Fernando Luiz de Sonsa Barradas. *' For the Finances. Francis DuarteCoelho. " For the War..."
Date:Feb 20 1821
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:".... Garin, ?5; Ramage Hardware Company. Ramos Foster, S2.50; Toft Nfssen, P. Hansen. M. Hetzler, -N. Frey, Irwin Nelson, Charles Wessman, J10; R. Foster, DuarteCoelho, SE; Welch Lacuna, George Fischer Co..."
Date:Mar 20 1905
Publication:Oakland, California, United States of America
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Text:"... of radios and television sets and the passing of the occasional car live city itself could have stood still iii lune. Founded in 1505 Olinda was founded and named iii 1505 by a Portuguese railed DuarteCoelho..."
Date:Feb 19 1970
Publication:Richardson, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... could have stood still in time. Olinda was founded and named in 1535 by a Portuguese called DuarteCoelho, who looked at the rolling hill jutting out into the Atlantic and exclaimed. “Olinda posicao para..."
Date:Feb 18 1970
Publication:Logan, Utah, United States of America
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Text:"... IN 1535 Olinda was founded and named in 1535 by a Portuguese called DuarteCoelho, who looked at the rolling hill jutting out into the Atlantic and exclaimed, O linda posicao para uma villa! That is, Oh..."
Date:Feb 18 1970
Publication:Jasper, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:".... ni h .Army, Now there is one, Olinda was founded and nam ____per 40 troops. But the army still ed in 1535 by a Portuguese The topknot is all the news in use« them and says they are called DuarteCoelho..."
Date:Mar 13 1970
Publication:Harrisburg, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... called DuarteCoelho. who looked at the rolling hill jutting out into the Atlantic and exclaimed. "0 linda posicao para uma vila'" That a for struc- 17th is. "Oh. what a nice spot for a But the city..."
Date:Feb 21 1970
Publication:Elyria, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... :- " For the Interior, Fernando Luiz de Sousa Bar- SADAS. " For the Finances, Francis DuarteCoelho. " For the War Department, Marshal Antonio Teix-eira Rebello. " For Foreign Affairs, Anselmo Jose Braamcamp. "For tie..."
Date:Feb 19 1821
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... to elect the five secretaries :-for the interior, Fernando Luiz de Souza Barra-das ; for the finances, Francis DuarteCoelho ; for the war department,, Marshal Antonio Teixeira Rebello ; for foreign affairs..."
Date:Feb 24 1821
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... and the passing of the occasional car the city itself could have stood still in time Olinda was founded and named in 1535 by a Portuguese called DuarteCoelho who looked at the rolling hill jutting out..."
Date:Feb 12 1970
Publication:Logansport, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... in time Olinda was founded and named in 1535 by a Portuguese called DuarteCoelho who looked at the rolling hil jutting out into he Atlantic and exclaimed O linda POSICHO para urmi vila Thnl is Oh what..."
Date:Feb 12 1970
Publication:Lubbock, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... have been collected under the title "Bra- zil, the Nation and Ita People." Given Grant on Coast Mrs. Miller's romantic family his- tory dates back to DuarteCoelho. to whom in 1534 John III granted..."
Date:July 30 1933
Publication:Helena, Montana, United States of America
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Text:"... for the blare of radios and television sets and the, passing of the occasional car, the itself could stood still in time. Olinda was founded and named in 1535 by a Portuguese I called DuarteCoelho, who] looked..."
Date:Feb 15 1970
Publication:Zanesville, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... century Your destination is Seems i Century Olinda wcs founded and named in 1535 by a Portuguese called DuarteCoelho who looked at the rolling hill jutting out into the Atlantic and exclaimed Olinda..."
Date:Feb 12 1970
Publication:Cumberland, Maryland, United States of America
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Text:"... a Portuguese ailed Duarte, Coelho... who at the rolling hill jutting ut- into UV Atlantic and xclaimed, "Olinda posicao ara uma is, "Oh, nice spot for j But the city .was vulnerable i attack. The French invaded..."
Date:Feb 16 1970
Publication:Anderson, Indiana, United States of America