Historical Calendar. National Historical Institute, Manila, 1996.

18 September

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The Santa Isabel College, which was founded by the Hermandad de la Misericordia in 1634 for the support and education of orpan girls, is entrusted to the Sisters of Charity.


The Colegio de Santa Isabel in Nueva Caceres, is founded by Rt. Rev. Francisco C. Cainza and named after Saint Isabel Queen of Hungary.


El Filibusterismo a second novel by Jose Rizal, is printed in Ghent, Belgium.


End of the Spanish politico-government in Catanduanes.


A group of Nacionalistas confer with Governor Taft about the formation of a Democratic Party which will work peacefully for the independence of the Philippines.


Arsenio Cruz Herrera, former delegate to the Malolos Congress, resigns from his position as member of the Municipal Board of Manila.


The election of Manuel L. Quezon and Sergio Osmeña as President and Vice-President, respectively of the Commonwealth of the Philippines is announced by the Congress.

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