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O Mastigoforo, periodico mensal. Pelo author do Maço ferreo anti-maçonico. Nos. 1-12, a complete run.
Lisbon, Typografia Maygrense (nos. 1, 3); Impressão Regia (nos. 2, 4-9, 11-12); Typ. de Bulhões (number 10), 1824-1829. - 7 works in 1 volume. 4°, contemporary tree calf, flat spine gilt, red leather lettering piece in second compartment, edges stained red (light wear), endleaves watermarked "Goes 1827." A few small stains. Overall very good condition. Binding stamped "M. de A. e S." in gilt at spine foot. Early table of contents (manuscript, in ink) on end flyleaf. viii, 36 pp.; 40; 79-121 pp. [but complete]; 36; 40; 34; 32; 34; 30 pp., (1 l. errata); 32 pp., (1 l. errata); 31; 30 pp. *** A complete run of a mixed set; issue nº 2 is a reprint dated 1829. This periodical is a successor to the author's O Maço ferreo anti-maçonico of 1823. The first few issues were printed in Lisbon in 1824, but due to the author's fear that he would be attacked after the Abrilada, he suspended publication after no. 3 and did not resume until January 1829. Publication then continued through no. 12, totalling over 400 pages. The subtitle for nos. 1-3 is "Prospecto de hum diccionario das palavras, e frazes maçonicas." In later issues, there is much discussion of the Regency, constitutional government, and the state of Europe. Frei Fortunato de São Boaventura (ca. 1778-1844), a native of Alcobaça, received his doctorate in theology at Coimbra, where he later taught for many years. In 1831 D. Miguel named him Archbishop of Évora, but he resigned after D. Miguel's defeat in 1834 and spent a decade condemning the new regime. Fr. Fortunato wrote prolifically on history, philology, literature, bibliography, and published many sermons and funeral orations. After O Mastigoforo ceased publication in 1829, he devoted the years 1829 to 1834 to the periodical O Defensor dos Jesuitas.*** Innocêncio II, 313. Fonseca, Pseudónimos p. 230. Rafael and Santos, Jornais e revistas portugueses do séc. XIX, 3427. Canto, Ensaio bibliographico . 1828-1834, nº 1553. Conefrey, Jornais, séries e periódicos portugueses 1826-1834 nº 124. Universidade de Coimbra, Publicações periódicas portuguesas 1416 (nos. 1-12). Not located in Union List of Serials. NUC: DCU-IA, MH (nos. 1-12). Porbase locates copies at the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal (6), the Biblioteca Municipal do Porto (6), the Universidade de Coimbra (2), and the Universidade Católica Portuguesa-Biblioteca João Paulo II (1); how many of these are complete runs is not clear. *** BOUND WITH: [SÃO BOAVENTURA, Fr. Fortunato de]. Introducção ao Mastigoforo, ou exame do discurso sobre amnistias, embutido na Gazeta de Lisboa (no. 25) por o author do Maço Ferreo Anti-Maçonico. Lisbon: Impressão Regia, 1829. 28 pp.Second edition, a page-for-page reprint of the Lisbon, 1824 edition. Fr. Fortunato attacks the Freemasons and their concept of amnesty.* Not in Innocêncio. OCLC: 221705141 (University of Kansas, University of Toronto-Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library). NUC: DCU-IA (28 pp.). Porbase locates 3 copies of this edition, all at the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal, and 1 of the first edition, also at the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal. Not located in Copac.AND BOUND WITH:[SÃO BOAVENTURA, Fr. Fortunato de]. Contra-memoria sobre o chamado baptismo do Réo Manoel Innocencio de Araujo Mansilha, executado a 20 de junho de 1828. Revista e accrescentada pelo seu A. nesta segunda impressão. [colophon:] Coimbra: Real Imprensa da Universidade, 1830. Caption title. Somewhat browned. 16 pp.Second edition; the first appeared in 1828. In this reply to Frei Claudio da Conceição's Memoria do que aconteceu na cadéa do Limoeiro com os nove réos Estudantes de Coimbra, que no dia 20 de Junho de 1828 padeceram o supplicio, em que um d' elles, Manuel Innocencio d'Araujo Mansilha foi baptisado, Lisbon 1828, Fr. Fortunato published a certificate from the parish of S. Pedro de Villa Real, which showed that the defendant Araujo Mansilha was baptised there on 9 May 1802.* OCLC: 51741126 (University of Kansas, Catholic University of America-Oliveira Lima Library); no copy of the first edition. Porbase locates 2 copies of this edition and 5 of the first edition, all at th [Attributes: Hard Cover]
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