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. 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. Inside the red band is a white circle with a black anchor. There were eight captaincies by 1580, and Brazil had become an economically viable, though not a wealthy, colony. They were established by King in 1534.
And the number of the camp of the sons of Japheth, all of them men of might and all girt with their armour, which were set in the sight of their captains was 140,202 besides women and children. Only four captaincies survived past 1549: São Vicente, Pernambuco, Ilhéus and Porto Seguro. 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. The sons of Soba all of them passing by according to the sceptres of their captaincies were found in number 4,300. The history of the captaincies is one of constant subordination, annexation and division. And this was done while Noe was yet alive, even that all men should be gathered together: and they lived at one with each other, and the earth was at peace.
In time the donatários were supplanted by officials called captains or governors. Then came the sons of Cham, and made Nembroth a prince over themselves: but the sons of Japheth made Phenech their chief: and the sons of Sem gathered together and set over them Jectan to be their prince. Nobleman Manuel Costa gave the captaincy of Pernambuco to Duarte Coelho, a member of his family, in a charter in 1534: Dom João, etc. 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. Sporting sense is first recorded 1823. The sons of Lud all of them passing by according to the sceptres of their captaincies were found in number 30,600. Each would become owner and administrator of a capitania or captaincy, a land grant.
This marking is in the national colors, with a narrow green band, a narrow white spacing, and a broad red band. The captaincies were drawn as stripes parallel to the , commencing at the Atlantic coast and terminating in the west at the where Spanish territory began. Both it and São Vicente to the south were sugar-producing colonies. And the whole number of them was 347,600. In Italy, it is commonly known as simply the Guardia costiera. His younger brother, Pero Lopes de Sousa, received the intermediate part between Bertioga and Caraguatatuba, the captaincy of Santo Amaro.
The matter is of no importance. The man may be honest, captain: Don't trouble yourself too much. 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. It is part of this verse which is quoted and that not accurately by Petrus Comestor. Each captaincy consisted of a portion of land from 25 to 60 or more leagues 75 to 180 or more miles wide along the Brazilian coast and extending inland to the line between 48° and 49° west of Greenwich established by the 1494 , which divided Portuguese and Spanish colonial possessions. 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.
At least fifteen donatary captaincies were granted through the middle of the 18th century, carved out of royal captaincies. The same term was or is used in some other countries, such as , , , , or. And the sons of Canaan all of them passing by according to the sceptres of their captaincies were found in number 32,800. In exchange for the land grant and certain tax immunities, the donatário was charged with the specific responsibilities of gathering settlers, caring for their spiritual welfare, and protecting them from attack, and with promoting agriculture and commerce. The number of the camp of the sons of Sem, all of them setting forth in valour and in the commandment of war in the sight of their captaincies was ix besides women and children. But the sons of Elisa passing by according to the sceptres of their captaincy were in number 14,900.
These spaces include 155 000 km² of maritime waters, internal and territorial, which are in every respect part of the national territory, and other exploitation of the depths resources or duties rescue in sea and safeguard of the marine environment : a number of marine areas whose extension is almost the double of the entire national territory, which as it is known amounts to 301 000 km². It was instituted as a method of organization, directly associated with the home-rule administrations of medieval feudal governments in which the monarch delimited territories for colonization that were administered by men of confidence. It was divided into two sections, between and Bertioga and between Caraguatatuba and Macaé. And of the sons of Madai all of them passing by according to the sceptres of their captaincies were in number 5,700. And first Phenech the son of Japheth looked upon them.
The , called São Paulo after the city of São Paulo became its capital in 1681, obtained success through the exploration of the hinterland known as. And all these were counted while Noe was yet alive, and in the presence of Noe 350 years after the flood. These captaincies-general were given to merchants, soldiers, sailors, and petty nobility; the high nobility had better prospects and did not have to risk their lives and wealth in such far-fetched ventures. Succeeded by The Captaincies of Brazil : Capitanias do Brasil were , and of Portugal in the of , later called , on the Atlantic coast of northeastern South America. New donatary captaincies were carved out of territories which were too vast and difficult to administer directly and small captaincies, nominally in private hands but often abandoned by their donataries, were annexed by larger or more successful Crown captaincies. And when these three had met together they took counsel that they would look upon and take account of the people of their followers.