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Tomás Ribeiro (1831–1901)

Ribeiro, Tomás António Ferreira (rē-bā-ē’rō). A Portuguese poet and politician; born at Parada de Gonta (Beira), July 1, 1831; died on Feb. 7, 1901. He taok high rank among the nineteenth-century poets of Spain by his patriotic and exquisite poem ‘Jaime’ (1861). Among his other works may be mentioned two collections of poems: ‘Passing Tones’ (1854), and ‘Even-Songs’ (1858); a poetic recital, ‘Delfino’ (1868); two books of travel, ‘From Tejo to Mondovi’ (1864), and ‘Among the Palms’ (1864).