Manique

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Manuel Maria Barbosa Du Bocage - Biography
... and the famous intendant of police, Pina Manique, in his determination to keep out French revolutionary and atheistic propaganda, forbade the importation of foreign ... friar José Agostinho de Macedo, and he soon fell under suspicion with Manique ... In 1797 enemies of Bocage belonging to the New Arcadia delated him to Manique, who on the pretext afforded by some anti-religious verses, the Epistola a Marilia, and by ...
Pina Manique
... Diogo Inácio de Pina Manique (Lisbon, Santa Catarina, 3 October 1733 — Lisbon, Anjos, 1 July 1805) was a Portuguese magistrate ... He was the son and heir of Pedro Damião de Pina Manique (Baptized Lisbon, Sé, 12 October 1704 - Lisbon, Santa Engrácia, 13 December 1756), who succeeded his father in the ground-rent of Knight-Fidalgo of the ... Peter of the Village of Manique, of the collegiates of that church and the one of the Holy Spirit of Castelo de Vide, Commander of Santa Maria da Orada in the Order of ...
Casa Pia
... by Maria I, known as A Pia ("Mary the Pious"), and organized by Police Intendant Pina Manique in 1780, following the social disarray of the 1755 Lisbon earthquake ... Two years after the death of Pina Manique, the Casa Pia closed due to the occupation of the Castle of São Jorge by the French troops of Junot ... At this time it is formed by Colégio de Pina Manique Colégio de D ...