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1834

The quadruple alliance between Portugal, Great Britain, France and Spain agreed to militarily put an end to the respective civil wars with D. Miguel and D. Carlos in Portugal and Spain. The Convention of Évora Monte ended the Civil War. The British Consul, Grant, was present at the signature. D. Miguel was exiled and left Portugal from Sines to Genoa, Kingdom of Sardinia, on board the Royal Navy frigate "Stag". 

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