The Napidan hailed today near Santa Rosa by two Spanish Filipino officers who desired to know why troops had not been sent to receive surrender, upon being set on shore again they returned to S.R. but came running back in short time stating that all their brother officers, seven in number and all Spaniards had just been murdered by their troops for the attempted surrender of which they were now aware. No comment on the action or lack of action of our C.O. is necessary here.
Sunday, Oct. 15th, 1899
Posted by Manuel L. Quezon III on Oct 15th, 1899 in Diary of William Herman Wilhelm