city in Portugal (Portuguese Bragança), from Celtic briga "height"
Meantime the explosion took place, and in 1640 John of braganza was proclaimed king of an independent Portugal.
The daughter of a braganza does not unite herself with a pauper.
The braganza is a diamond of yesterday, hence the account of its finding is clear, minute and accurate.
At last reports the boy was still with braganza and may be there yet.
After the death of Bonius, she was married to a nobleman of braganza; and finally, and for a third time, to a gentleman of Verona.
This was, however, the unhappy fate which awaited Catherine of braganza.
Catherine of braganza was a young and complaisant Queen, and Charles, though a faithless husband, respected her.
It took them four days to reach Oporto, where they met their brethren from braganza and Braga.
He shared the fall of the Duke of braganza, whose popularity was hateful to Alfonso's successor.
Ombre had been introduced in the previous century by Catherine of braganza, and quadrille was another favorite game of hers.