Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Rio de Janeiro” in entry essex-the of Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History:

... with an aggregate of 302 men and 107 guns. These were what he entered the Pacific Ocean for. He armed some of them, and at one time he had a fleet of nine vessels. He sent paroled prisoners to Rio de Janeiro , and cargoes of whale-oil to the United States. On Sept. 15, 1813, while among the Galapagos Islands, he fell in with a British whaling-vessel armed with twelve guns and manned by thirty-nine men. ...
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Rio De Janeiro (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 103 29 5 5 0 user votes
Rio de Janeiro (Bahia, Brazil) 0 0 0 0 0 user votes
Rio de Janeiro (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 0 0 0 0 0 user votes

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