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The Philippine Islands, 1493-1898
Emma Helen Blair 
Project Gutenberg's The Philippine Islands, 1493-1898, by Emma Helen Blair This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and withalmost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License includedwith this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.netTitle: The Philippine Islands, 1493-1898Volume VI, 1583-1588Author: Emma Helen Blair Release Date: August 6, 2004 [EBook #13120]Language: EnglishCharacter set encoding: ASCII*** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS, 1493-1898 ***Prepared by Jeroen Hellingman and the Distributed Proofreaders TeamThe Philippine Islands, 1493-1898explorations by early navigators, descriptions of the islands andtheir peoples, their history and records of the catholic missions,as related in contemporaneous books and manuscripts, showing thepolitical, economic, commercial and religious conditions of thoseislands from their earliest relations with European nations to theclose of the nineteenth centuryVolume VI, 1583-1588Edited and annotated by Emma Helen Blair and James Alexander Robertsonwith historical introduction and additional notes by Edward GaylordBourne.
 
Editorial AnnouncementThe Editors desire to announce to their readers an importantmodification in the scope and contents of this work. As originallyplanned and hitherto announced, the series was intended to furnishthe original sources, printed and documentary, for the historyof the Philippine Islands only to the beginning of the nineteenthcentury. To most of our readers, the reasons for this are obvious:the fact that the classic period of Philippine history is thus bounded;the comparative rarity and inaccessibility of most material therein tothe general public; the vast extent of the field covered by Philippinehistory, and the necessary limitations of space imposed upon theselection of material for this work; the closing of foreign archivesto all investigators after an early date in the nineteenth century;and the greater difficulty, in that later period, of securing a proper historical perspective. But so many and urgent requests have come tous, from subscribers and reviewers, for such extension of this seriesas shall cover the entire period of Spanish domination, that we havedecided to modify the former plan in the manner here briefly indicated.It is our purpose not to exceed the number of volumes alreadyannounced, fifty-five. We are able to do this because in our originalplan, to avoid a subsequent increase in the number of volumes,a certain amount of space was purposely left for possible futurechanges as a result of later investigations to be made in foreignarchives, or on account of the necessary excision of extraneous or irrelevant matter from the printed works which are to be presentedin this series. The new title will be "The Philippine Islands:1493-1898." The early and especially important history of theislands will be covered as fully as before. For the history of the nineteenth century, we will present various important decrees,reports, and other official documents; and provide a clear, careful,and impartial synopsis of some of the best historical matter extant,down to the close of the Spanish regime. Throughout the series willbe used, as has been done from the beginning, all the best materialavailable--historical, descriptive, and statistical--for referenceand annotation. With the copious and carefully-prepared bibliographyof Philippine historical literature, and the full analytical index,which will close the series; the broad and representative character of the material selected throughout; and the impartial and non-sectarianattitude maintained, the Editors trust that this change will stillfurther enable scholars, historical writers, and general readersalike to study, with reliable and satisfactory material, the historyof the Philippine Islands from their first discovery by Europeans tothe close of the Spanish regime, and incidentally the history of theentire Orient.Contents of Volume VIPreface ... 13Documents of 1583-85
 
Foundation of the Audiencia of Manila(concluded). Felipe II; Aranjuez, May 5, 1583 ... 35Two decrees regarding the religious. Felipe II;San Lorenzo, June 21, 1583, and Aranjuez, April 24,1584 ... 45Annual income of the royal exchequer in thePhilippines. Andres Cauchela, and others; Manila,June 15-30, 1584 ... 47Letter to Felipe II. Melchor Davalos; Manila, July 3,1584 ... 54Letter to the archbishop of Mexico. Santiago de Vera;Manila, June 20, 1585 ... 66Two letters to Felipe II. Fray Geronimo de Guzman[Madrid? 1585]; and Fray Jhoan de Vascones [1585?] ...76History of the great kingdom of China (extracts relating to thePhilippines). Juan Gonzalez de Mendoza; Madrid, 1586 ... 81Documents of 1586Memorial to the Council by citizens of the FilipinasIslands. Santiago de Vera, and others; Manila,[July 26] ... 157Letter to Felipe II. Alfonso de Chaves, and others;Manila, June 24 ... 234Letter from the Manila cabildo to Felipe II. Andresde Villanueva, and others; Manila, June 25 ... 242Letter to Felipe II. Antonio Sedeno; Manila, June 25... 247Letter to Felipe II. Domingo de Salazar; Manila,June 26 ... 251Letter from the Audiencia to Felipe II. Santiago deVera, and others; Manila, June 26 ... 254Letter to Felipe II. Pedro de Rojas; Manila, June 30... 265Letter to Felipe II. Juan de Moron; Manila, June 30... 275Measures regarding trade with China. Felipe II, andothers; Madrid and Manila; June 17-November 15 ... 279Brief erecting Franciscan province of thePhilippines. Sixtus V; Rome, November 15 ... 290Documents of 1587-88

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