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CAMENIETZKI, Carlos Ziller  and  PASTORE, Gianriccardo Grassia. 1625, fire and ink: the battle of Salvador in accounts of the war.Translated byEoin O'Neill. Topoi [online]. 2006, vol.2Selected edition, pp. 0-0. ISSN 1518-3319.


    iii CRISTVO, Fernando. "A luta de libertao da Bahia em 1625 e a batalha dos seus textos narrativos e picos". Quinto Imprio, Salvador, v. 1, n. 16, 2002, p. 79-103. [ Links ]


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    vi The various written forms of discontent towards the domain of Castile were given the curious name of Literatura Autonomista (Autonomist Literature). Some studies that are now quite old sought to take this material into account, with the most notable being: Cidade, Hernni. A Literatura Autonomista sob os Felipes. Lisboa: S da Costa, [ Links ]


    xi MARQUES, Joo Francisco. A Parentica Portuguesa e a Dominao Filipina. Porto: INIC, 1986. [ Links ]


    xii OLIVEIRA, Antnio de, Poder e oposio poltica em Portugal no perodo Filipino (1580-1640). Lisbon: Difel, 1991; _____. [ Links ]

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    xiii Cf in this respect the classic text, Boxer, Charles R. O Imprio Martimo Portugus. So Paulo: Companhia das Letras, 2002, especially pp. 120-163. [ Links ]


    xiv SOARES, Pero Roiz. Memorial. Coimbra: Universidade de Coimbra, 1953, p. 466. [ Links ]


    xvi It was noted that Fr. Antnio de Sousa's play performed on this occasion talked about Portugal's conquests in the Orient and exalted D. Manuel I and the sixteenth century Portuguese grandees linked to these deeds. Cf. MIMOSO, Joo Sardinha SJ. Relacion de la Real Tragicomdia com que los padres de la Compaia de Jesus em su Colgio de S. Anton de Lisboa recibieron a la Magetad Catlica de Felipe II de Portugal. Lisbon: Jorge Rodriguez, 1620. [ Links ]


    xvii LISBOA, J. Carlos. Uma pea desconhecida sobre os holandeses na Bahia. Rio de Janeiro: INL, 1961. [ Links ]

    This play was published in the seventeenth century in Comedias Novas e Escogidas, vol. XXXIII. Madrid, 1670, p. 201-33. El Brasil Restituido by Lope de Veja was published several times in Spanish theatrical collections. The licence for the performance was issued on 29 October 1625, as can be seen in the study: Barreiro, Jos Maria Viqueira. El lusitanismo de Lope de Veja y su Comedia "El Brasil Restituido". Coimbra: FLUC/Coimbra Editora, 1950, p. 217-8. [ Links ]


    xviii ALDENBURGK, Johann Gregor. Relao da Conquista e perda da cidade do Salvador pelos holandeses em 1624-5. So Paulo: Revista dos Tribunais, 1961. [ Links ]


    xxi A few years before the events in Salvador, a leaflet was circulated in Paris giving news of Philip III's trip to Lisbon, the swearing of an oath by the Portuguese Cortes to his successor and the dissimulating attitude of the Portuguese in relation to their real feelings to their Castilian king. Cf. Le serment de fidelit faict au prince d'Espagne, l'ouverture des Estats du Royaume de Portugal. Paris: Nicolas Alexandre, 1619, p. 7. [ Links ]


    xxvi Joaquim Verssimo Serro, for example, discussing the Dutch expedition against Portuguese territories, refers to the loss and recapture of Bahia in the following terms: "A surprise attack in 1624 led to the conquest of Salvador, news of which caused great commotion when it reached the Kingdom. The following year a fleet sent by Lisbon re-captured the capital of Brazil". Serrao, Joaquim Verssimo. O tempo dos filipes em Portugal e no Brasil (1580-1668). Lisbon: Colibri, 1994. [ Links ]


    xxvii GUERREIRO, Bartolomeu. Jornada dos Vassalos, Cit. p. not numbered. [ Links ]


    xxxi The letter was not published at that time. VIEIRA, Antnio. Cartas. Lisboa: Imprensa Nacional, 1997, vol. I, p. 3-70. [ Links ]


    xxxiv MOERBEECK, Jan Andries. Redenen Weromme de West-Indisch Compagnie dient te trachten het Landt van Brasilia den Connick van Spangie te ontmachtigen en data ten eersten. Amsterdam: Cornelius Lodewycksz, 1624. [ Links ]


    xxxv NARBONA Y ZUIGA, Eugenio de. "Historia de la Recuperacion del Brasil". Anais da Biblioteca Nacional. Vol. 69, 1950, p. 170. [ Links ]


    xxxviii Among the causes of the carelessness of Diogo de Mendona Furtado is the fact that "the governors there came to be merchants rather than captains", FARIA E SOUSA, Manuel de. Epitome de las Historias Portuguesas. Brussels: Foppens, 1677, p. 332. [ Links ]


    xl VALENCIA Y GUZMN, Juan de. Compendio historial de la jornada del Brasil ao 1625. Recife: Pool, 1984, p.247. [ Links ]


    xlii NARBONA Y ZUIGA, Eugenio de. Historia, p.191. [ Links ]


    xliv MENEZES, Manuel de. "Recuperao da cidade do Salvador", Revista do IHGB, 1850, p. 400. [ Links ]


    xlvi ALDENBURGK, Johann Gregor. Relao da Conquista, p. 178. [ Links ]


    xlvii ALDENBURGK. Relao, p. 187. [ Links ]


    xlix VARGAS. Recuperacion, p. 134v-5r. [ Links ]


    li "The capitulations having been made; the Dutch allowed entrance to the city, with the Marques de Copraniand D. Joo de Orelhana being the first to enter, who were not due to have entered the city, but rather Antonio Moniz Barreto, Marshal of a Portuguese tercio". GUERREIRO, Jornada, p. 58v. [ Links ]


    lx CARNEIRO, Diogo Gomes. Orao Apodixica aos scismaticos da patria. Lisboa: Loureno de Anvers, 1641, f. 8r. [ Links ]