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Identifier: philippineisland00lalauoft (find matches)
Title: The Philippine Islands
Year: 1899 (1890s)
Authors: Lala, Ramon Reyes
Subjects: Philippines -- Description and travel
Publisher: New York : Continental Pub. Co.
Contributing Library: Robarts - University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: MSN

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his countrymen. He and his people thusmaintained their independence for thirty-five years, when theylinallv submitted and were pardoned. On account of the strengthand the multitude of the offenders in this insurrection the Spaniardswere afraid to visit upon them the customary punishment; theyfeared to provoke another rebellion. In 1823 a Creole, Andres Novales, conspired to seize the capitaland to control the Government. He and his fellow-conspirators,however, were seized and executed. In 1827 there was a small rebellion in Ccbii, which was quelledby the friars. Another insurrection took place in Negros in 1844,when the Governor of the province was killed, because he madethe natives work for his own private purpose. THE BURGOS Rp:VOLT. In 1872 the friars were again the cause of a great revolt. DrJoseph Burgos, a prominent native, led a party that urged the ex-clusion of the friars from parochial incumbencies. This had beenpromised at the council of Trent. The night of a suburban feast
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288 The Philippine Ishinds, was the time agreed upon by the natives for the attack. Thenative soldiers of the garrison were also in the plot; and thus thearsenal was taken almost without a struggle, while the Europeanswere how made the object of the attack. The latter rallied,however, and drove out the invaders. The arsenal was re-takenand many rebels were killed and taken prisoners. Burgos him-self, with three other native priests, was apprehended and executedon the old sea-wall by the Luneta, that spot so richly sanctified bythe blood of patriot-heroes. Many others of the native clergy were banished. And ever sincethis revolt the native priests have been under suspicion, andnative youths are no longer allowed to study for the priesthood.In this instance the insurgents had planned a revolutionarygovernment, which, if successfully carried out, would have reflectedgreat honor upon the leaders. THE PRESENT JREBELLION. In August, 1896, the present rebellion was begun. The causesof this u

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  • bookpublisher:New_York___Continental_Pub__Co_
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