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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29th of August 1901

This afternoon, Don Pablo returned with Mr. Gerona. These two men told me that the soon-to-be Judge of Batangas promised to talk to Mr. Taft about our freedom, if the three of us would individually write him a letter asking for the same. The two have written their letters respectively, and I requested Mr. Gerona..

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9th of July 1901

It was agreed that the prisoners shoulder the cost of two small stone marks for the tombs of Camerino and Barican. Those who could afford gave a voluntary contribution to refund the amount of forty pesos paid by Mr. Gerona to the priest of Agaña, for Barican's internment. After the collection, the whole amount was..

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Tuesday, 15 January 1901

At 11:00 a.m. we boarded Rosecrans that was anchored at Manila Bay. The prisoners on board were the following: Artemio Ricarte, Pio del Pilar, Maximino Hizon, Mariano Llanera, Francisco de los Santos, Macario de Ocampo, Esteban Consortes, Lucas Camerino, Julián Gerona, Pedro Cobarrubias, Mariano Barruga, Hermógenes Plata, Cornelio Riquiestas, Fabián Villaruel, Juan Leandro Villarino, José..

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November 13th, 1899

About 5 in the afternoon, we left Bayambang with the President, his family, and escort for Calasiao and Santa Barbara, where we joined General Gregorio H. del Pilar and his brigade. Without any rest during the night, we took the road to Pozorrubio, stopping for a while between Manaoag and San Manuel. On the afternoon..

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