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Second Homecoming of Rizal

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Transcript of Second Homecoming of Rizal

June 26,1892
First Reason
To confer with Governor General Eulogio Despujol regarding his proposal on the Borneo colonization
Second Reason
To establish the Liga Filipina in the Philippines
Third Reason
To prove that
Eduardo de Lete was wrong in attacking him

in Madrid that he (Rizal), being comfortable and safe in Hongkong, had abandoned the country’s cause.
Arrived in Manila with his sister Lucia
Went to Malacañan to seek audience with Governor - General Despujol
June 27, 1892
Visited his friends in Central Luzon particularly in Malolos(Bulacan),San Fernando (Pampanga), Tarlac(Tarlac), andBacolor(Pampanga)
A few hours after his arrival “there was found in his packages… a bundle of handbills entitled “Pobres Frailes”.

His novel “El Filibusterismo” was dedicated to the memory of the three traitors.

Reasons for Rizal's Deportation
Rizal published books and articles abroad which showed disloyalty to Spain which were “frankly anti Catholic and “prudently anti-friar.

Rizal's Second Homecoming
What was Rizal's reason for going back to the Philippines?
June 28
Rizal returned to Manila by train.
June 29
He saw his Excellency and did not succeed to have the penalty of exile lifted. He was to come again the following day at 7:30
June 30
They talked about the question of Borneo and told Rizal to come back Sunday
July 3
Rizal returned and talked about sundry things. Thanked Governor General Despujol for having lifted the exile of his sisters, asked him if he would like to go abroad to Hong Kong and answered yes. Told him to return on Wednesday
July 3, 1892
Rizal attended a meeting of the patriots at the home of the Chinese-Filipino mestizo on Ylaya Street, Tondo,Manila .
La Liga Filipina was approved
Constitutions of the La Liga Filipina
1. To unite the archipelago into one compact and homogenous body
2. Mutual protection in every want and necessity
3. Defense against all violence and injustice.
4. Encourage of Education, agriculture and commerce.
5.Study of application and reforms.

Motto:
Unus Instar Omnium
(One like all)
Directors:
Jose Rizal, Founder
Ambrosio Salvador, President
Agustin dela Rosa, Fiscal
Bonifacio Arevalo, Treasurer
Deodato Arellano, Secretary and first Supreme leader of Katipunan

Other members
Andres Bonifacio, Supreme leader KKK
Mamerto Natividad, One of the leaders of the revolution in Nueva Ecija.
Moises Salvador, Master of lodge of the mason in Balagtas.
Numeriano Adriano, Chief guard of lodge of the mason in Balagtas.
Jose A. Dizon, Master of lodge of the mason in Taliba.
Ambrosio Rianzares Bautista, War adviser during First Philippine Republic, Author of Philippine Declaration of Independence.

Timoteo Lanuza, Stated the depose to dispel the Spanish frail in the Philippine in 1889.
Marcelino de Santos, Bidder and assistant of La Solidaridad.
Paulino Zamora, Master of lodge of the mason in Lusong.
Juan Zulueta, Member of lodge of the mason in Lusong, Member of Supreme Council.
Doroteo Ongjunco, Member of lodge of the mason in Lusong
Arcadio del Rosario,Publicist of lodge of the mason in Balagtas.
Timoteo Paez, Member of Supreme Council


July 6
Rizal went to Malacañan
Pobres Frailes (Poor Friars)
Escorted to Fort Santiago by Ramon Despujol
July 7
Gaceta de Manila published the story of Rizal's arrest
The end to which he pursues in his efforts and writings is to tear from the loyal Filipino breats the treasures of our “catholic faith”
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