NOVEMBER 20, 1899

Villa, after breakfasting in Baoang with General Tinio, started alone for San Fernando de la Union, traveling the main road, which passes along the coast at a distance of half a kilometer from the sea. He did not see an American vessel that was lying off the shore until it fired several cannon shots at..

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November 19, 1899

Under instructions of the honorable president, Major Jeciel went out this morning. At 5 p.m. he returned and informed the honorable president that the Americans had succeeded in taking the town of Santo Tomas, and had even arrived in Aringay. As this latter town is distant only two or three hours from Naguilian, the honorable..

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November 16th, 1899

Departed for Tubao, where we rested in the evening; then to Aringay, Cava and Bauang, where we took our meal; then to Naguilian. We intended to stay here to rest for several days; but at 10 o'clock in the evening of the 19th or thereabouts, the proximity of the enemy forced us to flee, taking..

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