1st of September 1901

At twelve o'clock noon, our companion, Don Maximino Hizon died of the same illness as Barican; his sudden death is more sudden than Barican's. It was only yesterday that the deceased felt he was sick. R.I.P. We also learned that the Governor has granted our companions' petition to live on their own in Agaña.

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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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June 24-30, 1899

In view of the famous intrigues which resulted in the sensible death of our lamented General Antonio Luna and Colonel Roman, General Aguinaldo who lived under that false impression decided to have me always within his eyesight, and it is this fact which determined my present appointment and also the appointments of General Hizon and..

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