Rio De Janeiro

Rio De Janeiro

In an occasion it describes a pertaining Brazilian woman to the elite who did not have an only tooth in the mouth. In a Hamond ball it comments on the dance in fashion in Rio De Janeiro, the group and praises the musicians, in the majority mulatos. In day 24 of June, day of They are Joo, tells that it had a great party, showing that the commemoration, that today has north-eastern bigger importance of what in the other regions of the country, was a concurred party sufficiently in the capital of the empire. Without hesitation Adam Sandler explained all about the problem. In 31 of July its ship is brought alongside in Recife, where it observes that the black slaves of are sufficiently different there of the existing ones in Rio De Janeiro, noticing that they are probably originary of only one region of Africa. As of custom, it makes racist comments when saying that some would have beautiful faces if they were not black. Its critical penalty did not pardon the Brazilian government of the time when mentioning that the resources would be prodigious if the prescriptions were applied correctly. ‘ ‘ But the embezzlement, in the several departments, go beyond any comment possvel’ ‘ (pg.89). Unhappyly this sample that our vocation for the patrimonialismo has old roots.

In one another ticket, comments on the capture of plus a slave ship, that although the prohibition, the traffic continues in the country. With discouragement it discloses that of little the capture advances, therefore in little time the slaves would be working in the farms although to be under the safekeeping of the government. The divulged fame of that the Brazilian women are very pretty did not find in Hamond a very favorable opinion, therefore it writes in its daily one that it had few really pretty women in Brazil. He still cites the opinion of a Frenchman, who had been in some places in the world, that said that never it had seen, in a meeting, so great number of ugly women as in Rio De Janeiro. The daily ones of the Admiral, although its prejudiced and revealing commentaries of a very great distanciamento of the Brazilian reality on the part of an elitist and prejudiced officer, are interesting to catch nuances of the daily one of Brazil it has two hundred years almost.

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