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perform a miracle (rice and wine frombamboo)~Tamblot successful, gained 2kfollowers●1621,PAGALI REVOLTin Leyte~Broke out while Tamblot revolt isOn-going~Suppressed by Cebu Alcalde MayorJuan deALCARAZO, sent Cebuanosoldiers~Capitalized with Filipinos beingRegionalistic~Strategy: Divide and Conquer●1841,APOLINARIO DELA CRUZ REVOLTin Tayabas
~Hermano Pulewanted to be a priest~1832, Dominican (applied and gotrejected)~Formed a religious order,Confradia de San Jose∆exclusive to natives∆membership expanded, 4K-5K~Religious order considered asSubversive~Soldiers from Manila vs Tayabas❏Economic●1807,BASI REVOLTin Piddig, Ilocos~Rejected monopoly of alcohol andvinegar●1762,DIEGO SILANG REVOLTin Vigan,Ilocos~Rejected Spanish taxation andabuses~A principalia who sympathizes~Sept. 1762, a messenger to theGalleon∆during this time the Britisharrived to the PH forSevenYears Warof France and GreatBritain∆France + Spain v.s. Great Britain(fr India) underColonel WilliamDraper∆PH unstable, no Gov-Gen, underArchbishop Manuel AntonioRojo del Rio(no military skills)~Silang went back to Vigan, defeatedSpanish forces~Dec 1762, defeated Spaniards,Filipinize church and government,taxation, and principalia~Gov-Gen Dawson Drake (British) sentforces for Silang to free Ilocos∆Did not materialize; formerVigan Bishop BernardoUSTARIZproclaimed himself as AlcaldeMayor after being overthrownas archbishop~PedroBECBECand MiguelVICOSdidnotlikeSilang(andhistaxationreforms), willing to help the Spanish,assassinated Silang❏Personal●1744,DAGOHOY REVOLT~FranciscoDAGOHOYled a rebellion(1744-1829)~Rebellion-prolonged revolts~Sagarino (his brother) → properCatholic burial∆Gaspar deMORALES∆Sagarino → he died in a duel,therefore, not a will of God~Defended by CebuanosvReasons for Revolt Failures●Presence of traitors●Regionalism~“divide and conquer”~natives were put up against natives●Inferior weapons and forces19TH CENTURY EVENTSvDubbed as“Century of Change”(1700)mainly due to the numerous societal changesthat happenedvTraced back to: Charles II (1700) → memberof the Hapsburg house●He did not have an offspring/successorto the throne →POLITICAL CRISIS●1702:War of Spanish Succession~Great Britain, Portugal, Holy RomanEmpire (HRE), and The Netherlands vs.Spain and France~Leopold I (HRE)~Philippe, Duke of Anjou∆Grandson of Louis XIV∆Later on becamePhilip V●Great Britain, Portugal, HRE, and TheNetherlands were afraid of the possible
eradication of thebalance of power (nopower can dominate others)●1713:TREATY OF UTRECHT~Philippe had to leave and renounceFrench throne~BecamePhilip V(Bourbon)vEnlightenment/Age of Reason●Improvement in the scientific methodand logic●Lower dependence onreligiousdogmatismBOURBON REFORMSvPolitical ReorganizationvChanges in economic policies and practicesvHigher reliance on experts for advicev1778 → JoseBASCO Y VARGAS●Wanted to bring the Bourbon Reforms to
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Philippine Revolution, Katipunan, DEL PILAR, GALLEON TRADE, Pedro PATERNO