Luís da CunhaD. Luís da Cunha (; 25 January 1662 in Lisbon – 9 October 1749 in Paris) was a Portuguese diplomat who served under D. João V of Portugal as part of His Most Faithful Majesty's Council. He was also Judge of the Royal Household, Envoy Extraordinary of Portuguese Cortes to London, Madrid and Paris, and Minister Plenipotentiary to the Congress of Utrecht, as well as part of the Portuguese Royal Academy of History.
D. Luis da Cunha was considered an "''Estrangeirado''", a Portuguese that has been influenced greatly by foreign ideas. Provided by Wikipedia