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accept action Admiral Dewey advance Agui Aguinaldo American arms army arrived asked attack attempted became bridge called cause Cavite civil Colonel command commission Consul continued demanded desire enemy entire established fact field fight Filipinos fire flag followed forces foreign friars gave give given guns hand held Hong Kong hundred important independence Insurgents interesting Islands issued land Lawton leaders letter lines live Luna Luzon Major Malolos Manila ment military moved natives never occupied offered officers organized Otis party pass Paterno peace Philippines Pilar position possession President prisoners proclamation promised protection province published reached received refused replied retreat revolutionary rifles river Rizal sent showed side soldiers Spain Spanish Tagalog taken thousand tion told took town treaty trenches troops turned United Wildman Young
61 페이지 - General Aguinaldo's policy embraces the independence of the Philippines, whose internal affairs would be controlled under European and American advisers. American protection would be desirable temporarily, on the same lines as that which might be instituted hereafter in Cuba.
366 페이지 - So also do I respect this will now that it is known to me, and after mature deliberation resolutely proclaim to the world that I cannot refuse to heed the voice of a people longing for peace, nor the lamentations of thousands of families yearning to see their dear ones in the enjoyment of the liberty promised by the generosity of the great American nation.
366 페이지 - In this banner they repose their trust in the belief that under its protection our people will attain all the promised liberties which they are even now beginning to enjoy. The country has declared unmistakably in favor of peace; so be it.
119 페이지 - Do not forget that the United States undertook this war for the sole purpose of relieving the Cubans from the cruelties under which they were suffering, and not for the love of conquest or the hope of gain. Whatever the final disposition of the conquered territory may be you can trust to the United States that justice and honor will control all their dealings with you. The first thing is to throw off the Spanish yoke. Do not let anything interfere with this.
213 페이지 - The militia will start out at 3 o'clock in the morning. If all do their duty our revenge will be complete. Brothers, Europe contemplates us. We know how to die as men, shedding our blood in defense of the liberty of our country. Death to the tyrants, war without quarter to the false Americans, who have deceived us! Either independence or death...
365 페이지 - The Filipinos have never been dismayed by their weakness, nor have they faltered in following the path pointed out by their fortitude and courage. The time has come, however, in which they find their advance along...
366 페이지 - After mature deliberation I resolutely proclaim to the world that I cannot refuse to heed the voice of a people longing for peace, nor the lamentations of thousands of families yearning to see their dear ones enjoying the liberty and the promised generosity of the great American nation.
45 페이지 - Radical reforms to curtail the glaring abuses in public administration. "4. Freedom of the press to denounce official corruption and blackmailing. "5. Representation in the Spanish Parliament. "6. Abolition of the iniquitous system of secret deportation of political suspects, etc. "Primo de Rivera agreed to these reforms in sum and substance, but made it a condition that the principal rebel leaders must leave the country during His Majesty's pleasure.