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Misfortunes in Madrid

A report about Dr. Jose Rizal

John Edward Ramirez`

on 15 September 2012

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1890-1891 MIsFORTUNES IN MADRID SPAIN MADRID ANTONIO LUNA WENCESLAO RETANA married a British Engineer LEONOR RIVERA sought help from: in MADRID.... Asociacion
Hispano - Filipino and Liberal Spanish Newspapers La Justicia, El Globo, La Republica, El Resumen, etc. Marcelo H. del Pilar Dr. Dominador Gomez who acted as Rizal's lawyer Secretary of the Asoiacion Hispano-Filipina Minister of Colonies Señor Fabie in order to protest the injustices committed by Gov. Gen. Valeriano Weyler and Dominican Priests to Calamba folks. a Madrid newspaper which sympathized with the Filipino cause, said: EL RESUMEN "To cover the ears,
open the purse and fold the arms -
this is the Spanish colonial policy." Francisco Rizal
(Rizal's Father) Rizal received a copy of the ejectment order of the Dominicans against from Silvestre Ubaldo, Olympia's husband the deportation of Rizal learned from
Saturnina Paciano, Antonio Lopez, Silvestre Ubaldo, Teong(Mateo Elejorde), and Dantoy(Rizal's relative) to Mindoro; these unfortunate deportees were arrested in Calamba & were shipped out of Manila. Ferdinand Blumentritt Queen Regent Maria Cristina then ruler of Spain during the minority of Alfonso XIII Rizal's talented co-worker in the Propaganda Movement died in Barcelona, Spain on August 19, 1890 after a lingering illness. JOSE MA. PANGANIBAN Rizal's Eulogy to Panganiban Rizal attended a social reunion of the Filipinos in Madrid. Aborted Duel with Antonio Luna Antonio Luna
was bitter because of his frustrated romance with
Nellie Bousted. Luna was his superior as a swordsman. Rizal was a better pistol shot than Luna. Rizal Challenges Retana to Duel Wenceslao E. Retana - challenged by Rizal, his bitter enemy of the pen. - talented Spanish scholar. - press agent of the friars in Spain. an anti-Filipino newspaper in Madrid. LA EPOCA Teatro Polo Infidelity of Leonor Rivera December 1890 Rizal received a letter
from Leonor Rivera February 15, 1891 Blumetritt consoled Rizal. Closing days of 1890, arose an unfortunate rivalry between Rizal and Marcelo H. del Pilar for supremacy. Rizal - Del Pilar Rivalry V.S. Marcelo H. del Pilar - fearless lawyer - journalist - editor in
La Solidaridad La Solidaridad - owned by M.H. del Pilar - purchased from Pablo Riazares - del Pilar replaced Graciano Lopez-Jaena as its editor Filipinos in Madrid met to patch up their differences and to intensify the campaign for reform. January 1, 1891 The election for the Responsable
took place during
the first week of February 1891 Rizal Abdicates His Leadership. two hostile camps Rizalistas vs Pilaristas First day of Election Rizal was winning but failed to reach a two thirds vote. Second day of Election Rizal won but votes cast did not reach
the required two-thirds Third day of Election Mariano Ponce appealed to vote for Rizal Rizal won and became the Responsable Rizal declined. Rizal knew some of his compatriots despise him so he preferred to abdicate his leadership than to be the cause of disunity and bitterness among his countrymen. Rizal thanked his companions for electing him as Responsable but he left Madrid for Biarritz, France. ADIOS, MADRID!
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