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Doña teodora was incarcerated at the provincial

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- Doña Teodora was incarcerated at the provincial prison, where she languished for two years. - Francisco de Marcaida and Manuel Marzan the most famous lawyers of Manila that defend Doña Teodora.
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Scholastic Triumph at Ateneo de Manila Mylene Gado Almario - Ateneo Municipal, a college under the supervision of the Spanish Jesuits. - Escuela Pia ( Charity School) – formerly name of Ateneo, a school for poor boys in Manila which was established by the city government 1817. - June 10, 1872 – Rizal was accompanied by Paciano on his way to Manila. - Father Magin Ferrano – he was the college registrar, who refused to admit Rizal in Ateneo for two reason: a) he was late or registration b) he was sickly and undersized for his age. - Manuel Xerez Burgos – because of his intercession, nephew of Father Burgos, Rizal was reluctantly admitted Ateneo. - He registered Rizal as his surname since Mercado was suspected by the Spanish authorities. - Rizal was first board in a house outside in Caraballo Street. This was owned by a spinster named Titay who owed the family the amount of 300 pesos.
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Jesuits System of Education Mylene Gado Almario - It trained the character of the students by rigid discipline and religious instructions. - Students were divided into two groups: - Roman Empire – consisting of internos (boarders); red banner. - Carthaginian Empire composed of the externos (non-boarders); blue banner. - Intelligence distribution: - Emperor 1 st - Tribune 2 nd - Decurion - 3 rd - Centurion 4 th - Stand 5 th - The Ateneo students wore a uniform consisted of ―hemp-fabric trousers‖ and ―striped cotton coat‖. The coat material was called ravadillo.
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First Year in Ateneo (1872- 1973) - Father Jose Bech – Rizal‘s first professor in Ateneo who he described as ―tall thin man, with a body slightly bend forward, a harried walk, an ascetic face, severe and inspired, smell deep-sunken eyes, a sharp nose that was almost Greek, and thin lips forming an arc whose fell toward the chin‖. - A Religious picture – a Rizal‘s first prize for being brightest pupil in the whole class. - To improve his Spanish, he took private lessons in Santa Isabel College during noon recesses. He paid three pesos for those extra Spanish lessons. - At the end of the school year in March, 1873, he returned to Calamba for summer vacation. - When the summer vacation ended, Rizal returned to Manila for his second year term in Ateneo. This time he boarded inside Intramuros at No. 6 Magallanes Street. His landlady was an old widow name Doñ a Pepay. Mylene Gado Almario
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Second Year in Ateneo (1873- 1874) - At the end of the school year, Rizal received excellent grades in all subjects and a gold medal. - The Count of Monte Cristo (Alexander Dumas) the first favourite novel of Rizal which made a deep impression on him. - Universal History (Cesar Cantu) Rizal persuaded his father to buy him this set of historical work that was a great aid in his studies.
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