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It became the most famous and most important paper of the Philippine Revolution. The first issue appeared on Sept. 3, 1899, and it continued to appear daily until 11 November 1900.

Antonio Luna was its director, with Salvador Vivencio del Rosario as editor. The “refined expression and literary finesse” of the paper attracted readership and even caused some Spaniards to believe that traitorous Spaniards were writing and editing the paper. A selected group of journalists were the contributors, like: Fernando Ma. Guerrero, José Palma, Cecilio Apostol, León Ma. Guerrero, Epifanio de los Santos, Rafael Palma, José Abreu, Mariano V. del Rosario, and Felipe Calderón. Good reading condition but with very brittle pages.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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