23rd of September 1902

Yesterday, at past eleven in the morning, there was a very strong earthquake, the strongest and longest that I have felt in my life. This was followed by others of lesser intensity, occurring at intervals of 15 to 20 until this morning. They say the tremor destroyed the following: The two stone houses of the..

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16th of February 1901

His condition having worsened each day, Mr. Lucas Camerino was transferred to Agaña Hospital yesterday. Today, we were informed of his passing away at past 6:00 o'clock this morning. With prior permission from the Commandant, Messrs. Trías and Legaspi went to attend the funeral this afternoon in the cemetery for the natives or in the..

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May 16th, 1899

Paterno, upon assumption to power, as President of the Council of Secretaries, made the following appointments: Felipe Buencamino…………………………. Foreign Affairs Hugo Ilagan………………………………….. Finance Severino de las Alas………………………... Interior Mariano Trias………………………………... War and Navy Leon Ma. Gerra[1]……………………………… Agriculture, Industry and Commerce Aguedo Velarde……………………………... Public Instruction Maximino Paterno…………………………... Public Works and Communications This was known as the..

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Thursday, Jan. 5th, 1899

Manila, Luzon Island –Entry made in parlor of No. 2 Calle Santa Elena, Tondo. Weather cool for this country. After breakfast was cooked, eaten & dishes washed, straightened up some matters then climbed on a street car as time pressed & called at the post office. Secured & signed for the registered letter addressed to..

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Miércoles 1 de Junio 1898

Han cesado el viento y la lluvia pero queda el cielo nublado. Desde el mediodía hasta la noche se oye grande estruendo de cañonazos y descargas cerradas en el Zapote. Son de nuestras tropas que refuerzan la línea mientras se está librando otro combate en el interior de la provincia (...). Nuestra artillería compuesta de..

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Thursday, May 26, 1898

The respective commanders of Imus, Santa Cruz, and San Francisco de Malabon, Ricarte, Riego de Dios, and Mariano Trias, continue firm in their defense of Spain. Only in Bacoor are there sufficient men ready to swear for Aguinaldo. Frs. Clos and Algue have spoken to two of them, urging them to desist from their evil..

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