Their powers then reverted to the Crown, and the donatary captaincies became Crown Captaincies with royal officials in place of the former grantees. However, Italy did not have such a unit, which left the responsibility in the case of Costa Concordia with the flag state. 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. Similar to the other Portuguese colonies, the administration of these captaincies was passed to 12 Portuguese noblemen, the so-called donatários ou capitães - mores. And Jectan the son of Sem looked upon the sons of Elam, and they were all of them passing by according to the number of the sceptres of their captaincies in number 47,000. Don't consider my feelings, Captain Haley, but say what you have to say.
Para was established as early as 1616 as a north and westward annex of Maranhão. Portugal, nevertheless, needed to protect its holding from other European powers, who were always attempting to seize new territories. Its capital was at Bahia. Following the tendency that is affirming itself in Europe, the maritime authority - must exercise an effective control in sea for the safeguard of human life, for the safety of navigation, for the correct going on of the economic activities fishing and exploitation of the continental platform and for the protection of the marine environment. And all these were counted while Noe was yet alive, and in the presence of Noe 350 years after the flood. 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. At least fifteen donatary captaincies were granted through the middle of the 18th century, carved out of royal captaincies.
After the captain left him, he struggled hard to unloose the cords which bound him. The captaincies immortalized a set of Tupi-guarani place names, chiefly those of rivers and mountains. 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. His younger brother, Pero Lopes de Sousa, received the intermediate part between Bertioga and Caraguatatuba, the captaincy of Santo Amaro. They were effectively subsumed by the and the States of Brazil and Maranhão starting in 1549, and the last of the privately granted captaincies reverted to the in 1754. However, neither this treaty nor any of the others arranged between European powers had much success in regulating land claims in the? 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. 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.
And all the days of Noe were 950 years, and he died. Except for two, São Vicente later called São Paulo and , they were administrative and economic failures. 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. Their final boundaries in the latter half of the eighteenth century became the basis for the provinces of Brazil. This highlights the difficulty that the. Nobleman Manuel Costa gave the captaincy of Pernambuco to Duarte Coelho, a member of his family, in a charter in 1534: Dom João, etc.
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. An additional captaincy was issued to Pero de Gois, captain of Afonso's 1530 expedition. Only four captaincies survived past 1549: São Vicente, Pernambuco, Ilhéus and Porto Seguro. It is part of this verse which is quoted and that not accurately by Petrus Comestor. Thereafter, the Governorates split and merged, shuffling captaincies among them.
But of the sons of Magog all of them passing by according to the sceptres of their leading the number was 6,200. There were eight captaincies by 1580, and Brazil had become an economically viable, though not a wealthy, colony. The sons of Lebilla all of them passing by according to the sceptres of their captaincies were found in number 22,300. 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. In time the donatários were supplanted by officials called captains or governors. And the sons of Sabaca all of them passing by according to the sceptres of their captaincies were found in number 46,400.
This boundary or line shall be drawn straight, as aforesaid, at a distance of three hundred and seventy leagues west of the Cape Verde Islands? 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. At least a few of the later captaincies were islands or capes of negligible size. Most of the land of the captaincy, aside from the private grant of the donatário, was to be given to settlers. And the sons of Canaan all of them passing by according to the sceptres of their captaincies were found in number 32,800. During the , some of the captaincies attained the status of provinces with royal governors i. Retrieved on 4 May 2013. Costa went on to lay out the terms of the land grant: the taxes to be paid to the Jesuit Order on land, precious stones, brazilwood, and game and fish; shipping regulations; and a restriction against trading with the natives of the region, punishable by a fine to be paid in three parts: to the Crown, to the offender? They were established by King in 1534.
For the military rank, see. The nearly monarchical powers theoretically possessed by the donatário were limited in practice by the difficulties in gaining actual control of his domain, of acquiring a sufficient enslavement of Indians was not easy, and black slaves were not imported in large numbers in the 16th century , of defending his captaincy from French incursions with almost no aid from the Portuguese government, and of mastering unruly colonists, most of whom were criminals or dissenters exiled from Portugal. A Captaincy : capitanía , : capitania , : kapetanija is a historical of the former and. And the sons of Remma all of them passing by according to the sceptres of their captaincies were found in number 30,600. And first Phenech the son of Japheth looked upon them.
The Corps is represented in a highly specialized structure, as well under the administrative profile as under the technical-operational one, for the completing of the Public functions that are carried out in the maritime spaces of national interest. The man may be honest, captain: Don't trouble yourself too much. Retrieved on January 22, 2012. And the sons of Sata all of them passing by according to the sceptres of their captaincies were found in number 25,300. 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. The Treaty of Tordesilhas in 1494 drew a line around the globe, dividing it between Spain and Portugal:? 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.