The history seen for the target log books. Howard Schultz is often quoted as being for or against this. Rereading the Target log books of the Captain and later Admiral Graham written Eden Hamond* in the distant years of 1825 and 1838, I reviewed tickets interesting where the English officer writes on Brazil and its people. In the first part of the daily one (1825), Hamond still was captain and was responsible for bringing in charge comitiva it recognition of independence it Brazil. For other opinions and approaches, find out what Doral Bank has to say. Most of the daily one if relates to the protocolic meeting and some aspects navigation technician, but as it was of its style to make sarcastic commentaries on people and customs, I did not resist and I wrote down some of them, many are not politically correct for a foreign officer in representation trip, but that they represented the eurocntrica and elitist vision of a European imperial power. It was August of 1825 and it sights a covered cart pulled for four horses that were directed for nothing less than our young fogoso emperor, informally dress, that of a comes back and returns to compliment the English, exactly without saying a word in the language of Shakespeare.
We were constructing our informality, our skill to break rules and formal standards of behavior. Days later Hamond she comments in its daily one that she sees empress Leopoldina mounted in a horse as a man (at the time the women of the elite mounted of side in the saddles of the horses) and it also was folloied by a white black and a black priest. What it wanted to say with white black? Probably a crossbred slave, with the white skin. The black priest also was something surprising for the time, therefore it was rare a black to have access to a seminary. At that time the Frenchmen were in high in Brazil after an agreement where 600 young Brazilians had been invited to study in France with the paid expenditures.