The Philippine Islands: A Political, Geographical, Ethnographical, Social and Commercial History of the Philippine Archipelago, Embracing the Whole Period of Spanish Rule, with an Account of the Succeeding American Insular Government

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C. Scribner's sons, 1906 - Philippines - 668 pages
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Contents

Fray Pedro Bautistas mission he and 25 others are crucified 65 Jesuit and Franciscan jealousy The martyrs mortal remains lost at sea 67 Emperor Tay...
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Vittorio Riccio an Italian monk visits Manila as Koxingas ambassador
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Gov General Fajardo de Tua kills his wife and her paramour 80 Separation of Portugal and Spain 1640 Spanish failure to capture Macao 81 Nunneri...
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Coalition of France and Spain against England by the Family Compact 87 Simon de Anda y Salazar usurps the ArchbishopGovernors authority 88 Br...
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Austin friars on battlefields Peace of Paris Feb 10 1763
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Revolts in Leyte Island Surigao Mindanao Is and Samar Island
102
Illustrious exilesDr Antonio M Regidor and Jose M Basa
108
Chinese mandarins come to seek the Mount of Gold in Cavite 114 The Chinese are goaded to revolt Saint Francis victory over them 115 Massacre of ...
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The Gaddanes The Itavis The Igorrotes The Ibanaci
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The Bamnea The Manguianes The Hindoos Albinos
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The scourge of Moro Piracy Devastation of the coasts Captives
132
Vicissitudes of Sultan Mahamad Alimudiu
134
The Claveria and Urbiztondo expeditions against Moros 139 Gov General Malcampo finally annexes Jolo 1876
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The Juramentado Moro dress character arts weapons
146
A juramentado runs amok Across Sulu Island to Maybun 152 The Sultans official reception Subuauos of Zamboanga
154
Efforts to colonize Palauan Island The Moro problem
160
Their advent before the Spanish Conquest
165
Tagalog and Visayo hospitality The natives good qualities
172
Mixed races Native physiognomy marriages minors rights
176
The Shrines and Saints The Holy Child of Cebu St Francis of Tears
184
Miraculous Saints Santones Native Conception of Religion 187 Musical talent Slavery Education in Spanish times
190
Diseases Leprosy Insanity Deathrate Sanitation
197
Opinions for and against that power
201
Their power and influence
209
SPANISH INSULAR GOVERNMENT
211
Highways and Public Works Cause of national decay
218
The Gobernadorcillo pettygovernor The Cabeza de Barangay Taxcollector 222 The Cuadriliero guard The Fallas tax The Cedula personal 224 The T...
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SpanishPhilippine army police and constabulary statistics
232
The notorious Tancad Dilatory justice A cause celebre 23S
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In the days of the Mexican galleons The Obras Pias
245
Decline of trade Spanish tradingcompany failures
252
Pioneers of foreign trade Foreign and Philippine banks
257
Mail service Carryingtrade Middlemen Native industries
263
CHAPTER XVI
269
Sugar statistics Worlds production of cane and beet sugar
275
MANILA HEMPCOFFEETOBACCO
281
Coffee Coffee dealing and cultivation
289
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Tobacco Monopoly abolished Free trade in tobacco
296
Cacao cultivation Castor oil Gogo
302
Buri palm Dita Palma brava Bamboo
308
Molave wood tensile and transverse experiments
315
Excursions from Manila Los Banos
359
Official acts conducive to rebellion The Katipunan League
364
Andres Bonifacio heads the movement He is superseded by Emilio Aguinaldo
370
Execution of 13 rebels in Cavite The rebel chief Llaneras in Bulacan
374
Dr Jose Rizal the Philippine ideal patriot his career and hopes
381
The loveromance of Dr Jose Rizals life
387
Emilio Aguinaldo now claims independence
394
The Primo de RiveraPaterno agreement as to indemnity payment
398
Exciting adventures of American citizens Heartrending scenes in Cebu City
404
Don Maximo Paterno the Philippine Grand Old Man
411
CHAPTER XXIII
417
Allocution of the Archbishop of Madrid to the Spanish army
423
Hi proclamation declaring a state of war with America
425
The first news of the naval defeat raises panic in Madrid
431
Insurgents prepare for the coming conflict
484
Fighting around Manila Gagalanging Manila in flames
489
Effect of the war on public opinion in America
495
Violent death of General Antonio Luna
501
Insurgents destroy the s s Saturnus Death of General Lawton
505
CHAPTER XXV
511
Surrender of insurgent leaders Peace overtures Watercure
517
Cebuano insurgents on the warpath Peace signed with Cebuanos
524
Hie Spaniards critical position in Zamboanga Mindanao Is
531
THE SPANISH PRISONERS
537
The Spanish commissioners ruse to obtain the prisoners release fails 543
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The Montalon and Felizardo outlaw bands 541V
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Landownership is conducive to social tranquillity 555
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lubs Theatres Hotels Saloons The Walled City
561
The Taft Commission The Philippines for the Filipinos doctrine 56
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The warlike Dattos and their clansmen 573
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Moro Province armed forces Gen Woods victory at Kudarangan 580
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Major Hugh L Scott vanquishes Panglima Hassan A bichdra
585
Education and progress in the Moro Province
591
The question of the friars lands American view
597
The antifriar feeling diminishes The Philippine Independent Church 002
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American education The Normal School The Nautical School 008
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Census Statistics Regulations affecting foreign travellers
616
Need of roads Railway projects 027
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Social position of the Chinese in the Islands since 1898 034
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Total Chief Exports Total Sugar Export 040
644
CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE OF LEADING EVENTS 051
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