The history of Sulu (Google eBook)

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Bureau of Printing, 1908 - Mindanao Island (Philippines) - 283 pages
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Page 350 - America shall have full liberty to enter into, reside in, trade with, and pass with their merchandise through all parts of the dominions of His Highness the Sultan of Borneo, and they shall enjoy therein all the privileges and advantages with respect to commerce, or otherwise, which are now or which may hereafter be granted to the...
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Page 169 - Indians shall put entire faith in them; since you are aware that the chief thing sought after by his majesty is the increase of our holy Catholic faith, and the salvation of the souls of those infidels.
Page 367 - Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary of His Majesty the Emperor of Germany...
Page 352 - ... administration of affairs, I doubt not you will close your administration in a manner most satisfactory, to your countrymen, and those who feel an interest in Texas abroad, and that you will add to a fame so hardly won. You have my prayers for your success in behalf of your Country, as well as individually I have the honor to be with great consideration Sir Your obedient Servant JONES TO VAN ZANDT.
Page 226 - And in the case of the death or the retirement from office of the said Datu Bandahara then his duly appointed successor in the office of supreme ruler and governor-in-chief of the Company's territories in Borneo shall likewise if appointed thereto by the Company succeed to the title of Datu Bandahara and Rajah of Sandakan and all the powers above enumerated be vested in him. Done at the Palace of the Sultan at Lipuk in the Island of Sulu on the nineteenth of Maharam AH 1295 being the 22nd day of...
Page 273 - ... having heard of his coming, sent to arrest him on the road before he entered the city, and proceeded against him by law for having withdrawn the camp and army from Mindanao River, without awaiting the orders he should have expected after the favorable turn that affairs had taken. Don Juan Ronquillo was set at liberty on showing a private letter from the governor, which the latter had sent him separately with the first instructions, to the effect that he should return to Manila with his troops...
Page 350 - ... to native citizens, or as are now granted or may hereafter be granted to the subjects or citizens of the most favored nation, in everything relating to property in trade-marks and trade-labels. It is understood that any person who desires to obtain the aforesaid protection must fulfill the formalities required by the laws of the respective countries.
Page 280 - Buhahayen, their neighbors, in order to avoid the war and injuries that they were suffering from the latter. Then all turned their arms against the Spaniards, promising themselves to make many incursions into their territory and gain much plunder. Accordingly they prepared their fleet, and appointed as leaders and commanders of it two of the experienced chiefs, of the river of Mindanao, called Sali and Silonga.
Page 169 - Moslem attacks certainly had the good political effect of forcing hundreds of Christians up from the coast to people and cultivate the interior of these islands. Due to the enterprise of a few Spanish and foreign merchants, steamers...