Report on the Organization for the Administration of Civil Government Instituted by Emilio Aguinaldo and His Followers in the Philippine Archipelago PDF ePub eBook

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Report on the Organization for the Administration of Civil Government Instituted by Emilio Aguinaldo and His Followers in the Philippine Archipelago free pdf Excerpt from Report on the Organization for the Administration of Civil Government Instituted by Emilio Aguinaldo and His Followers in the Philippine Archipelago Spaniards and the Americans for their own purposes would give a chance for success which would never come again. Their influence must have been exerted to induce those in correspondence with them to join the Spanish forces as a means of obtaining arms. The response was immediate. Men who had served under Aguinaldo in 1896-97 and had seen him going into exile with what rumor reported was a princely fortune, while they had received nothing, raised battalions. Men who had served as go-betweens in the tortuous negotiations which led up to Aguinaldo's exile, and who had, according to all reports, profited by those negotiations and were read to profit by new ones, offered their unconditional adherence to the cause of Spain. These volunteers were immediately armed and equipped by the Spanish military authorities and marched to take position in the lines defending Manila. If there had been no previous understanding with Aguinaldo, certainly negotiations with his emissaries, who arrived with Admiral Dewey, were begun by the commanders of volunteers almost as soon as they took their place in line. (Exhibit A, p. 19.) Aguinaldo arrived at Cavite May 19, 1898. The first desertion to him from the Spanish forces took place on May 23. It was a battalion of volunteers, enlisted in Pampanga Province, which had reached Manila April 29, 1898, and had been stationed between Manila and Bacoor, a town near Cavite. Almost immediately the greater part of the remaining native volunteers passed, with their arms, to Aguinaldo. The loyal troops had to fall back to the line of blockhouses which had been built in March, 1898, about Manila, in view of a possible conflict with the United States. By May 29 Manila was blockaded by the United States fleet in the bay and by the insurgent forces on land. The Spanish command there consisted of Spanish and native troops, but the native troops were the old native regiments, part of the Spanish Philippine army. As a whole they and the civil guard remained true to their colors and did not join the insurgents until disbanded by the Spanish Government after the fall of Manila. Some never did join the insurrection. According to a general order of the Spanish governor, on May 29, 1898, there were in Manila 6,760 Spanish and 4,332 native soldiers of the Spanish army, total of 11,092, to defend a city of 300,000 people, covered on the land side by a line of works extending some 12 miles. The Spanish force outside of Manila amounted to about 9,000 Spanish soldiers and some native troops. In the Visayas the Spaniards concentrated, and few, if any of them, were taken prisoners- but in Luzon, where the strongest force was stationed, this was not the case. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully- any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.

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