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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 19, 1829''' – [[Joaquin Pardo de Tavera|Joaquin Pardo de Tavera y Gomez]] was born in [[San Roque, Cavite]]. His father [[Julian Pardo de Tavera]] was originally from Toledo, Spain and was descended from a distinguished family that included a cardinal inquisitor and the Marques de Magahon. His mother was Juana Maria Gomez, also of Spanish descent. Joaquin was a reformist, liberal-minded lawyer and an early supporter of the Filipino cause in the 19th century. He is known primarily for his involvement in the events that lead to the [[Cavite Mutiny]] in 1872 and for unjustly being exile to the [[Marianas Islands]] for his beliefs.
*'''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 19, 1862''' – The Spanish colonial Royal Commissary is created to conduct extensive survey of conditions in the Philippines, particularly with regards to problems concerning local civil administration.
*'''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 19, 1896''' – Filipino mason and revolutionary Antonio San Agustin Salazar confessed that he knows [[Andres Bonifacio]], the founder and leader of the [[Katipunan]]. He said that he was supposedly present during Bonifacio's initiation into the Masonic lodge “Taliba.
*'''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 19, 1900''' – The Philippine Commission adopted a system of civil service wherein government service appointments are based on competitive test results.
*'''September 15, 1982''' - [[Casimiro del Rosario]], a foremost Filipino physicist, meteorologist, and astronomer, died at the age of 86.
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*'''September 19, 1947''' - Emmet O'Neal arrived in [[Manila]] to assume the post of United States Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Republic of the Philippines.
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*'''September 19, 2014''' [[Francisco Feliciano]], [[National Artist of the Philippines|National Artist]] for Music in 2014, died at the age of 73 because of cancer.  
  
  
 
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Revision as of 00:50, 19 September 2017

  • September 19, 1829Joaquin Pardo de Tavera y Gomez was born in San Roque, Cavite. His father Julian Pardo de Tavera was originally from Toledo, Spain and was descended from a distinguished family that included a cardinal inquisitor and the Marques de Magahon. His mother was Juana Maria Gomez, also of Spanish descent. Joaquin was a reformist, liberal-minded lawyer and an early supporter of the Filipino cause in the 19th century. He is known primarily for his involvement in the events that lead to the Cavite Mutiny in 1872 and for unjustly being exile to the Marianas Islands for his beliefs.
  • September 19, 1862 – The Spanish colonial Royal Commissary is created to conduct extensive survey of conditions in the Philippines, particularly with regards to problems concerning local civil administration.
  • September 19, 1896 – Filipino mason and revolutionary Antonio San Agustin Salazar confessed that he knows Andres Bonifacio, the founder and leader of the Katipunan. He said that he was supposedly present during Bonifacio's initiation into the Masonic lodge “Taliba.”
  • September 19, 1900 – The Philippine Commission adopted a system of civil service wherein government service appointments are based on competitive test results.
  • September 19, 1947 - Emmet O'Neal arrived in Manila to assume the post of United States Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Republic of the Philippines.
  • September 19, 2014Francisco Feliciano, National Artist for Music in 2014, died at the age of 73 because of cancer.


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