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*'''September 14, 1813''' – The Spanish colonial edict abolishing the [[Manila-Acapulco Galleon Trade|Galleon Trade in the Philippines]] was passed as part of the provision (equality clause) of the Cadiz Constitution of 1812. The said constitution exempts colonized natives from paying tributes and rendering public service.<br>The trade has served as the fundamental income-generating business for Spanish colonists in the [[Philippines]]. In 250 years of trading, the number of ships that was crossing the Pacific between Philippines and Mexico to carry the trading goods of the Southeast Asia such as spice, cotton, indigo, porcelain, jade, ivory, lacquerware, processed silk cloth varied, and gold (swapped with the American silver mined) from one to as many as four.  
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*'''September 15, 1857''' – William Howard Taft was born at Cincinnati, Ohio to Alphonso Taft, a prominent Republican attorney. William was the first Civil Governor of the Philippines.
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*'''September 15, 1898''' – ''[[La Republica Filipina]]'', an independent and nationalist newspaper, was published in [[Mandaluyong]]. Founded by [[Pedro Paterno]], it hoped to achieve national unity under a democratic Philippine Republic. It was written in a refined style, and was an example of “editorial excellence and direction”. It ceased publication in early 1899.
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*'''September 15, 1898''' – The [[Malolos Congress]], the legislative body of the fledgling Philippine government, opened in [[Barasoain Church]]. 95 delegates from different parts of the country gathered to begin the national convention of the government.
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*'''September 15, 1898''' – In a bid to prevent the break out of hostilities as the US military continue their efforst at laying the civilian framework for the invasion of the country, Filipino forces acceded to General [[Elwell S. Otis]]. They withdrew from the limits of [[Manila|City of Manila]], with the exception of Paco and Pandacan.
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*'''September 15, 1982''' - [[Casimiro del Rosario]], a foremost Filipino physicist, meteorologist, and astronomer, died at the age of 86.
  
  
 
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Revision as of 01:05, 15 September 2017

  • September 15, 1857 – William Howard Taft was born at Cincinnati, Ohio to Alphonso Taft, a prominent Republican attorney. William was the first Civil Governor of the Philippines.
  • September 15, 1898La Republica Filipina, an independent and nationalist newspaper, was published in Mandaluyong. Founded by Pedro Paterno, it hoped to achieve national unity under a democratic Philippine Republic. It was written in a refined style, and was an example of “editorial excellence and direction”. It ceased publication in early 1899.
  • September 15, 1898 – The Malolos Congress, the legislative body of the fledgling Philippine government, opened in Barasoain Church. 95 delegates from different parts of the country gathered to begin the national convention of the government.
  • September 15, 1898 – In a bid to prevent the break out of hostilities as the US military continue their efforst at laying the civilian framework for the invasion of the country, Filipino forces acceded to General Elwell S. Otis. They withdrew from the limits of City of Manila, with the exception of Paco and Pandacan.
  • September 15, 1982 - Casimiro del Rosario, a foremost Filipino physicist, meteorologist, and astronomer, died at the age of 86.


To learn more about Philippine history and literature, visit Filipiniana.net