- Marquis of Tamandaré
Joaquim Marques Lisboa best known as "Marquês of Tamandaré" (Rio Grande,
December 13, 1807— Rio de Janeiro, march 20, 1897), was the admiralin control of the Brazilian naval fleet for much of the War of the Triple Alliance. He led the fleet in successfully ousting Atanásio Aguirrefrom rule in Uruguayand in the disaster in Curupaityand was replaced by Admiral Joaquim José Inácio, future Viscount of Inhaúma, in 1866.
In the year 1936-1938 Brazil published a with his portrait.
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