Historical Calendar. National Historical Institute, Manila, 1996.
1762 Outbreak of the Pangasinan revolt under the leadership of Juan de la Cruz Palaris (born Pantaleon Perez). The revolt spreads to the towns of Mangaldan, Calasiao, Dagupan, San Jacinto, Sta. Barbara, Manaoag, Bayambang, Malasiqui, and Paniqui. 1882 Jose Rizal enrolls in the Universidad Central de Madrid. 1896 Execution of Honorato Onrubia y Herrera, Filipino official of the government lighthouse service, at Bagumbayan, Manila. Dr. Jose Rizal arrives in Manila on board the transport "Colon" and is taken under custody to Fort Santiago. 1897 Consul Rounsevelle Wildman, of Hongkong, sends a confidential report to Washington relating to Felipe Agoncillo's proposal for a Filipino-American alliance directed against Spain. Agoncillo wants to buy 20,000 guns and 200,000 pounds of ammunition from the United States and expresses his willingness to meet with American leaders in Washington, if Wildman agrees. 1898 In a letter, Roque Lopez, leader of Panay patriots, urges Aniceto Lacson to arouse the Negros people to join the revolution. 1900 The port of Boac, the only port used in Marinduque during the Spanish regime, is closed to commerce by the American military authorities.