• Kartilya Ng Katipunan
    TATLONG BERSYON NG KARTILYA NG KATIPUNAN 1. ORIHINAL NA PAGKAKASULAT NI EMILIO JACINTO 2. UNANG POPULAR NA BERSYON (may salin sa English) 3. LALONG PINASIMPLENG BERSYON: MADALING MAINTINDIHAN, NAPAKAHIRAP ISABUHAY 1. ANG MGA ARAL NG KATIPUNAN SA ORIHINAL NA 'KARTILYA' NI EMILIO JACINTO...
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  • Biography of Heroes
    natapos ang kurso at sa edad na 20 ay sumapi siya sa isang sikretong samahan na ang pangalan ay Katipunan. Nang mamatay si Bonifacio, ipinagpatuloy ni Jacinto ang paglaban sa mga Kastila bagamat hindi siya sumali sa puwersa ni Aguinaldo. Namatay si Emilio Jacinto sa sakit na malaria noong Abril 16...
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  • Bonifacio and Katipunan
    .) * His Kartilla or primer for the Katipuneros was adopted by Bonifacio as the official “teachings” of the society. * The editor of the society’s newspaper Kalayaan. THE TEACHINGS OF THE KATIPUNAN * Kartilla- prepared by Emilio Jacinto; from the Spanish cartilla which at the time meant a...
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  • Jose Rizal
    na ginampanan sa pagpapalawak ng lipunan. Ang unang bilang nito, na lumabas sa simula ng 898, ay luminlang sa mga Kastilang awtoridad, dahil kunwa’y pinamatnugutan ni Marcelo H. del Pilar sa Tokyo. May pangulong tudling itong isinulat ni Emilio Jacinto na nanawagan sa sambayanan para sa...
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    which would be the Katipunan's main organ".[52] Bonifacio agreed, and on mid-January, the press was delivered in San Nicolas. The name Kalayaan was suggested by Dr. Pío Valenzuela, which was agreed both by Bonifacio and Emilio Jacinto.[50] Even though Valenzuela was chosen to become the editor of...
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  • El Fili
    were housemates in college, between 1870 and 1872. 7 Something Fishy About Rizal Poem • Part 1 • Paul Morrow The historian Zeus Salazar, however, refuted the claims of Andrade and Yanga in his essay Ang Kartilya ni Emilio Jacinto in 1999. He maintained that the word laya and its various...
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  • Phil Lit
    moreviolent in nature and demanded complete independence for the country a. Political Essays – helped inflame the spirit of revolutioni. Kalayaan – newspaper of the society, edited by Emilio Jacintob. Poetryi. True Decalogue – Apolinario Mabiniii.Katapusang Hibik ng Pilipinas – Andres...
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  • Rich dad poor dad
    (Jomapa) Andres Bonifacio (Supremo, Great Plebian) Emilio Jacinto (Brain of the katipunan) Apolinario Mabini (The brain of revolution) Pluma , Tinta, Magasin, Aklat Kutsilyo, Gulok, Pana, Mga bato Dahil hindi pagkakaunawaan ng mga kasapi at pinuno nito. Dahil rin sa gutom na kanilang...
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  • literature
    sa Inang Espanya Spanish to Tagalog → revolution Andres Bonifacio Emilio Jacinto - editor of Kalayaan Liwanag at Dilim Apolinario Mabini La Revolucion Filipina Leona Florentino - Ilokano poet Gregoria de Jesus Conclusion: At the close of the 19th century, the body of written Philippine...
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  • Rizal and Bonifacio
    ginawang ahente. Kulang pa rin ang kita kaya lumipat siya sa Fressel and Co. bilang ahente rin, at duon niya nakaibigan ang 2 kawani rin, sina Pio Valenzuela at Emilio Jacinto. Lagablab ang politica ng protesta sa mga ilustrado sa Barcelona, España, at nahawa si Rizal, bumulwak ang tinitimping...
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  • Philippine Heroes and Writings
    evil B. Emilio Jacinto(1875-1899) BIOGRAPHY Emilio was born in Trozo, Manila on December 15, 1875. Later, he was forced to live with his uncle, Don Jose Dizon, who enrolled him at the San Juan de Letran College. Then he transferred to the University of Santo Tomas to take up Law. His studies...
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  • Philippine Presidents
    official organ and newspaper of the Katipunan. It was first published March 1896 (even though its masthead was dated January 1896). The first Kalayaan issue has never been followed. * The name Kalayaan was suggested by Dr. Pío Valenzuela, which was agreed both by Bonifacio and Emilio Jacinto...
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  • Philippine Literature
    Filipinos in the struggle against Spain. The essay "Kalayaan" (Freedom), by Emilio Jacinto (1875–1899), asserts that freedom is a basic right of all human beings. Along with the revolutionary love songs of the period (kundiman), these anticolonial and nationalist discourses contributed to the...
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  • History of early filipinos
    August 24, in Balintawak, Caloocan. On the night of August 19, he, his brother Procopio, Emilio Jacinto, Teodoro Plata, and Aguedo del Rosario were able to slip past the Spanish sentries in the area. Before midnight, they were in Balintawak. On August 21, Bonifacio changed their code as the...
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  • rizal
    soldiers whom Luna had either insulted, arrested, or disarmed for insubordination. Antonio Luna is known as one of the greatest, if not the greatest, Filipino general. Emilio Jacinto This biography of Emilio Jacinto begins with his early life: Emilio Jacinto was born in 1875 on the 15th of...
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  • Supreme Council
     revolutionary government, de facto and de jure.[16] * Andrés Bonifacio, President * Emilio Jacinto, Secretary of State * Teodoro Plata, Secretary of War * Briccio Pantas, Secretary of Justice * Aguedo del Rosario, Secretary of the Interior * Enrique Pacheco, Secretary of...
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  • Boni, Jaci and Mali
    . Today he is regarded as a national hero of the Philippines. Emilio Jacinto Name: Emilio Jacinto – (December 15, 1875 to April 16, 1899) Born: December 15, 1875 Father: Mariano Jacinto Mother: Josefa Dizon Better Known: Brain of the Katipunan Emilio was born in Trozo, Manila on December...
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  • Bonifacio and Katipunan
    Second Flag of KKK Bonifacio’s Flag The Teachings of the Katipunan > in order to guide the Katipuneros in leading a highly moral life. > 10 “commandments” (Katungkulang Gagawin ng mga Anak ng Bayan) Kartilla > Emilio Jacinto ( Bonifacio’s close friend) wrote the Kartilla which consisted...
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  • Katipunan
     Supremo (Supreme) of the Katipunan, and he was ably supported by Emilio Jacinto, who emerged as the "Brains of the Katipunan." Philippine historians regard Bonifacio as the "Great Plebeian" because he came from a poor family in Tondo and worked as a warehouse clerk. Despite his poverty, Bonifacio was...
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  • Philippine Lit
    Revolution The noted leaders of this period were Andres Bonifacio, Emilio Jacinto and Apolinario Mabini. These are their contributions to our country. ANDRES BONIFACIO Andres Bonifacio is best known as the Father of Filipino Democracy, but more than others, as the Father of the Katipunan because he led...
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