expedition to Uva made in 1630 by Constantine de Sa de Noronha, captain general of Ceylon

as narrated by a soldier who took part in the expedition. Together with An account of the siege laid to Colombo by the King of Kandy
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A.C. Richards, Acting Govt. Printer , Colombo
Statementwritten by Affonso Dias da Lomba ; translated into English from copies of the original manuscripts by S.G. Perera.
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LC ClassificationsMLCM 84/1262 (D)
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Paginationxvi, 101 p. ; 24 cm.
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Open LibraryOL2898622M
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The expedition to Uva made in by Constantine de Sa de Noronha, captain general of Ceylon: As narrated by a soldier who took part Author: Soldier. In the Portuguese, under the command of Constantino de Sá de Noronha attempted to use the ldalgashinna pass to force a way into the Uva.

The fort was used as a staging post for troops in the attack.

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The fort is 5 km (3 mi) south of the Idalgashinna railway station, within the Built by: Portuguese. – Lomba, Affonso Dias da; Perera, Simon Gregory “The expedition to Uva made in by Constantino de Sá e Noronha, Captain-General of Ceylon / as narrated by a soldier who took part in the expedition.

Together with: An account of the siege laid to Colombo by the King of Kandy”. xvi, pp. Government printer,Colombo – Lopes. The expedition to Uva was made in by Constantine de Sa de Noronha, Captain-General of Ceylon ‘Constantine de Saa, the governor, stimulated by the reproaches of the viceroy at Goa, at this state of affairs, who inquired whether De Saa was playing merchant or soldier, imprudently marched into the Oovah country with all the troops he could.

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- Lomba, Afonso Dias da; Perera, Simon Gregory, "The expedition to Uva made in by Constantine de Sá de Noronha, Captain-General of Ceylon / as narrated by a soldier, who took part in the expedition.

Together with: An account of the siege laid to Colombo by the King of Kandy"?, xvi, pp., Government printer,Colombo. [xlv] Abeyasinghe, (trans., ed.) ‘Antonio Bocarro’s Ceylon’, 17; Miranda in Flores, Os Olhos:; S. Perera, (ed.), The Expedition to Uva made in by Constantino de Sá de Noronha (Colombo, ), 31, 45; some lascarins themselves inreproduced in Queyroz, Conquest, ; Juan Rodrigues de Saa e Menezes, Rebelion de.

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– Lomba, Afonso Dias da; Perera, Simon Gregory, “The expedition to Uva made in by Constantine de Sá de Noronha, Captain-General of Ceylon / as narrated by a soldier, who took part in the expedition. Together with: An account of the siege laid to Colombo by the King of Kandy”?, xvi, pp., Government printer,Colombo.

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