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1827

Sir William Clinton was sent to Portugal with a small army by the Duke of Wellington, the then Prime Minister, ostensibly to protect Portugal from a Spanish invasion, but in practice to protect the Regency from the Absolutists. Nothing happened of note and he was recalled in 1828.  Clinton was kicked badly by a mule to the delight of D. Miguel’s followers.

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