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1696

D. Luís Cunha sent as the Portuguese envoy to London. He remained until 1713 and returned in 1715. A great critic of his own country he considered the reason for its backwardness to be the excessive number of priests, the Inquisition’s activity, and the expulsion of the Jews. He believed the King should reside in Brazil and govern Portugal through a viceroy.

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