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Tuesday, May 10, 1898

A Japanese warship anchors in the bay. Frs. Rossell and Algue write from Imus the people are in excellent disposition and that the civil and ecclesiastical authorities admirably support their plans; that they observe the people feel for Spain; that some insurgents remain in the mountains. . . . that they do not think the Yankees have reached there. . . . That afternoon, the two fathers telegrammed almost the same message from Bacoor. There is greater hope Manila will not be bombarded and so, Ours continue to return from Santa Ana to Ateneo.