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The famous commander of the Liberal Wars, later the Duke of Saldanha, was the Portuguese ambassador in London

1870

The famous commander of the Liberal Wars, later the Duke of Saldanha (1790-1876), was the Portuguese ambassador in London (1870-1876) and indeed died (1876) there. He was married to two English women (Mary Theresa Margaret Horeau and Charlotte Isabel Mary Smith). His brother-in-law, John Smith Athelstare, was created Count of Carnota in 1870.

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