October ﬁrst, the Indians of Passay reported that a raft had made the shore, which was built of large masts, small masts, and yards that had belonged to the bomb-ketch; that this raft had on it the moorings, and artillery of the above bomb-ketch. They reported that they had seen many people drowned on the beach. Upon this report, the native cavalry was detached in order that they might seize those effects. But when they arrived at the place, they were repulsed by the enemy’s musketry, which had hastened from their general quarter of Malate and from the powder factory in order to protect the raft and its load.
(September 24, 1708 — January 30, 1764), Archbishop of Manila from 1759; Acting Captain-General of the Philippines from 1761 to the British invasion in 1763.All Posts