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` RIZAL’S ANNOTATION OF MORGA’S “SUCESOS DE LOS ISLAS FILIPINAS” Prepared by: Blancia, Mark Anthony G. Submitted to: Prof. Jeremiah David Gaddi Introduction it shows that people's feelings are consistent with the circumstances of the place and it also shows that morga and rizal have a different description of the event. they demonstrate that there is an event in our society that is not acceptable to the people and it also says that used by people of ancient times and it also shows people's presentation of what they see and that morga and rizal are arguing over the wrong idea of what they see. And the conflict between morga and rizal is the cause of their different meaning. They also say that everything is meaningful. It also says that the person has something to say about what they are saying. Classifications/Descriptors Used for Rizal’s Annotations Classifications/Descriptor s Antonio de Morga Jose Rizal Page Number Annotation Number GEOGRAPHY There are many others on the other line within the tropic of Capricorn, which extend up to twelve degrees, South latitude. More exactly from 25°40’° lat. No. until 12° lat. S., if we are to include in the group formers, inhibited also by the same race. 240 1 GEOGRAPHY The ancients have alleged that most of these Islands were deserted and uninhabitable We confess our ignorance with respect to the origin of the belief of Morga who, as it can be noted, did not believe thus at the beginning of chapter one. 240 2 In Cagayan, the winter and summer seasons are similar to those in Spain and they last as long. Morga take the rainy season as winter and the rest of the year summer. 242 1
` The natives of their provinces of this island as far North as Cagayan, are of the same kind and fortune; except that it is Known by tradition that those of manila and other neighboring communities, were not natives if said island but immigrated therein, settled down and peopled the same in past times, they being Malayan natives or natives of their islands and remote lands. Ancient traditions make Sumatra the place of origin of the Filipinos. 243 2 They are wild tribes of whom one cannot be safe, as they are inclined to kill and attack the settlements of the natives, to whom they cause considerable damages; and it has been unable to devise any measures to prevent them from this conduct or to defeat or pacify them, although it has often been tried to do this by good or violent means. More often by bad means rather than by good ones until a point was reached when Government had to order to refuse them everything in order to compel to submit to see if cruel and inhuman treatment would fill up the inefficacy of the missionaries. 244 1 The dress which these natives of Luzon wore before the advent of the
` CLOTHES Spaniards in the land, consisted of the following: for the men, clothes made of cangan fabric without collar, sewn in front with short sleeves extending down to beyond the waist, some blue and some black, while the headmen used red ones which they called chininas.

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