12th of September 1901

The following moved to Agaña together with their four servants: Julian Gerona, Pablo Ocampo, Maximino Trías, Simon Tecson, Lucino Almeida, Norberto Dimayuga, Juan Mauricio, Silvestre Legaspi and Eulogio González. The American authorities also invited me to live in Agaña, with a promise to take care of my sustenance, but I refused.

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30th of April 1901

Vicente Antiquera, Don Juan Mauricio's servant, died of tuberculosis. R.I.P. I was also nursing a fever for a couple of days and was visited by the first American doctor of Agaña, one of the first officials who visited me when we were still staying in tents. The same doctor wanted to take our photos. Since..

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Wednesday 16 January 1901

At about noon, the following prisoners from Malate boarded the boat: Norberto Dimayuga, Juan Mauricio, Bartolomé de la Rosa, Silvestre Legaspi, Antonio Prisco Reyes, Doroteo Espino, José Buenaventura, Joaquín Agramon and Eulogio Gonzáles. Together with their servants, they comprise a total of 12 individuals. At about three o'clock in the afternoon, the boat weighed anchor..

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