D. PEDRO

D'ALCÂNTARA E BRAGANÇA

Imperador do Brasil - Rei de Portugal

D. PEDRO

D'ALCÂNTARA E BRAGANÇA

Imperador do Brasil - Rei de Portugal

D. PEDRO

D'ALCÂNTARA E BRAGANÇA

Imperador do Brasil - Rei de Portugal

D. PEDRO

D'ALCÂNTARA E BRAGANÇA

Imperador do Brasil - Rei de Portugal

D. PEDRO

D'ALCÂNTARA E BRAGANÇA

Imperador do Brasil - Rei de Portugal

D. PEDRO

D'ALCÂNTARA E BRAGANÇA

Imperador do Brasil - Rei de Portugal

D. PEDRO

D'ALCÂNTARA E BRAGANÇA

Imperador do Brasil - Rei de Portugal

 

View of the Convent of Saint Anthony in Rio de Janeiro where Prince João Carlos lies buried.
March 6
Born in Rio de Janeiro, João Carlos, son of Prince Pedro and Leopoldine, who receives the title of Prince of Beira.
He died before completing his first year.

The news of the Prince’s birth is reported in no. 126 of the Regency Daily, 29 May 1821, Tuesday edition:

NATIONAL NEWS.

Today, dropping anchor in this Port was the Schooner, Maritime Mail, = Princeza Real – Commander 2nd Lieutenant Mancio José Alves, arriving from Rio de Janeiro in 68 days. It brought news of the happy birth of the Prince of Beira on the day of 6 March; also announcing that the King had set his departure date for the first days of the month of April as well as determining that the Prince and Princess would remain in Brazil for the meantime.

Lisbon Municipal Newspaper Library


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