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Manuel de Faria e Sousa (; ; 18 March 1590 – 3 June 1649) was a Portuguese historian and poet, frequently writing in Spanish.
right|thump|300px|Portrait of '''Manuel de Faria e Sousa''' ''in Ásia portuguesa''
He was born of an ancient Portuguese family, probably at Pombeiro, studied in Braga for some years, and when about fourteen entered the service of the Bishop of Porto. With the exception of about four years, from 1631 to 1634, during which he was a member of the Portuguese embassy in Rome, the greater part of his later life was spent at Madrid, and there he died in June 1649.

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Uniform title: Europa Portuguesa. English
by Faria e Sousa, Manuel de, 1590-1649
London : Printed for W. Rogers and Abel Roper ... J. Harris and J. Nicholson ... T. Newborough ... and T. Cockerill ..., 1698
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Uniform title: Europa Portuguesa. English
by Faria e Sousa, Manuel de, 1590-1649
London : Printed for W. Rogers and Abel Roper ... J. Harris and J. Nicholson ... T. Newborough ... and T. Cockerill ..., 1698
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Uniform title: Relacao da propagacao da fe no reyno da China e outros adjacentes. English
by Semmedo, Alvaro, 1585-1658
London : Printed by E. Tyler for Iohn Crook and are to be sold at his shop ..., 1655
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Uniform title: Relação da propagação da fe no reyno da China e outros adjacentes. English
by Semedo, Alvaro, 1585-1658
London : Printed by E. Tyler for Iohn Crook and are to be sold at his shop ..., 1655
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