Their powers then reverted to the Crown, and the donatary captaincies became Crown Captaincies with royal officials in place of the former grantees. An additional captaincy was issued to Pero de Gois, captain of Afonso's 1530 expedition. Prince instituted the Captaincy system to promote development of Portuguese discoveries, but it was in the , where this system effectively functioned. However, they could only be granted or divided by royal decree. .
There were eight captaincies by 1580, and Brazil had become an economically viable, though not a wealthy, colony. Within a system of royal patronage and nepotism, five of the captaincies were given to two cousins of finance minister : and his brother Pero Lopes. And the sons of Sata all of them passing by according to the sceptres of their captaincies were found in number 25,300. The sons of Lud all of them passing by according to the sceptres of their captaincies were found in number 30,600. And all these were counted while Noe was yet alive, and in the presence of Noe 350 years after the flood. The remaining captaincies were granted to a trusted mixture of military men more precisely called conquistadores and court bureaucrats.
Thereafter, the Governorates split and merged, shuffling captaincies among them. Through their efforts and those of the succeeding captain general, 1557—72 , workable policies for the colony were formed and , and vigorous attempts were made to gather the Indians into settlements. Retrieved on 4 May 2013. This marking is in the national colors, with a narrow green band, a narrow white spacing, and a broad red band. And when these three had met together they took counsel that they would look upon and take account of the people of their followers. But the government of the small nation was not equipped with the resources to populate a new territory many times its size and so Portugal developed a system by which citizens were given the honor, and the responsibility, of settling a portion of the new Portuguese colony, together with the title of captain-general. Both it and São Vicente to the south were sugar-producing colonies.
And the number of the camp of the sons of Cham, all of them mighty men, and furnished with armour, which were set in the sight of their captaincies was in number 244,900 besides women and children. The Corps of the Port Captaincies — Coast Guard Italian language: Corpo delle Capitanerie di porto - Guardia costiera is the of Italy and is part of the under the control of the. Don't consider my feelings, Captain Haley, but say what you have to say. The matter is of no importance. The sons of Phua all of them passing by according to the sceptres of their captaincies were in number 27,700.
Pernambuco, the territory settled mainly on the northeast coast that he named, was one of only two captaincies-general that flourished during colonial conquest. Four donees failed to take possession of their lands, and four more quickly succumbed to Indians. This sixteenth-century map by Luis Teixeira also includes information about the owners of each captaincy, as well as explaining the line of demarcation determined by the rulers of Spain and Portugal. The man may be honest, captain: Don't trouble yourself too much. The sons of Lebilla all of them passing by according to the sceptres of their captaincies were found in number 22,300.
The governorate united the fifteen colonies into a single colony, but each captaincy would continue to exist as a privately owned provincial administrative unit of the governorate. After the captain left him, he struggled hard to unloose the cords which bound him. So actual heights varied, as shown in the map at right. It was reorganized as part of the in 1915 since 1946 as and on June 8, 1989, redesignated as Guardia costiera. In 1621, these became the basis for the southeastern. The mate had done what he could to prejudice the captain against the boy he hated. By 1549, of the 12 captaincies that had been set up in Brazil, only two showed a profit: Pernambuco, granted to Duarte Coelho Pereira, and , granted to.
And the sons of Doin passing by according to the sceptres of their captaincies were in number 17,700. And the sons of Thersis all of them passing by according to the sceptres of their captaincy were in number 12,100. His younger brother, Pero Lopes de Sousa, received the intermediate part between Bertioga and Caraguatatuba, the captaincy of Santo Amaro. The prince and his successors the remained on the mainland, unable to leave the Cortes, owing to numerous responsibilities related to the Royal Household during the epic period of trans-Atlantic exploration. And the sons of Thogorma passing by according to the sceptres of their captaincy were in number 14,400. And first Phenech the son of Japheth looked upon them.
Inside the red band is a white circle with a black anchor. The account of Japheth in full was in number 142,000. Para was established as early as 1616 as a north and westward annex of Maranhão. The sons of Gomer all of them passing by according to the sceptres of their captaincies were in number 5,800. And Nembroth passed by, he and the son s of Cham all of them passing by according to the sceptres of their captaincies were found in number 24,800. And the sons of Remma all of them passing by according to the sceptres of their captaincies were found in number 30,600.
The thirteen captaincies-general of Brazil were all defined by northern and southern extremes, and stretched from the Atlantic Ocean in the east to the imaginary line of the Treaty of Tordesilhas to the west. The captaincies immortalized a set of Tupi-guarani place names, chiefly those of rivers and mountains. And the sons of Tubal. Sporting sense is first recorded 1823. This system had previously been successful in settling of the Portuguese colonies in Africa. An elaborate set of regulations governed the system. Dates are of independent captaincies; in some cases, new captaincies were created as administrative divisions or subcaptaincies of existing ones before becoming fully independent i.