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Ricardo Monet and Gen. A column of reinforcements under the latter's command arrived in the afternoon of September 6. They were met with such a tremendous hail of bullets that the general, two captains and many soldiers were wounded, forcing the Spaniards to retreat a kilometer away from the town to await the arrival of Gen.

Monet and his men. Even with the reinforcements, the Spaniards were overly cautious in attacking the insurgents.

When they did so the next day, they found the town already abandoned by the rebels who had gone back to Biac-na-Bato. Filipino casualties numbered 8 dead and 10 wounded.

Manuel Tinio shifted to guerrilla warfare. The following October with full force they attacked San Rafael, Bulacan to get much-needed provisions for Biac-na-Bato.

The battle lasted several days and, after getting what they came for, they left a detachment in Bo. Kaingin to hold back the Spanish reinforcements from Baliwag, Bulacan.

To divert Spanish forces from Nueva Ecija , Natividad and Tinio attacked Tayug, Pangasinan on Oct. Meanwhile, peace negotiations continued and in October Aguinaldo gathered together his generals to convene a constitutional assembly.

On Nov. However, Gen. Natividad, who believed in the revolution, opposed the peace negotiations and continued to fight indefatigably from Biac-na-Bato.

Ignacio Paua, Natividad was killed in action in Entablado, Cabiao. Manuel Tinio brought the corpse back to the general's grieving wife in Biac-na-Bato.

Incidentally, Gen. Natividad's widow, Trinidad, was the daughter of Casimiro Tinio—"Capitan Berong".

With the death of the army's commanding general, Col. Manuel Tinio was commissioned Brigadier General and designated as commanding general of operations on Nov.

Tinio, all of 20 years, became the youngest general of the Philippine Revolutionary Army. Gregorio del Pilar , already 22, was only a Lt. Colonel at that time.

On Dec. In accordance with the terms of the peace pact, Aguinaldo went to Sual, Pangasinan , where he and 26 members of the revolutionary government boarded a steamer to go into voluntary exile in Hongkong.

The Novo-Ecijanos in the group were Manuel Tinio, Mariano and Eduardo Llanera, Benito and Joaquin Natividad, all signatories of the Constitution.

In Hongkong , the exiles agreed among themselves to live as a community and spend only the interest of the initial P, the Spanish Government had paid in accordance with the Pact of the Biac-na-Bato.

The principal was to be used for the purchase of arms for the continuation of the revolution at a future time. The Artacho faction, however, wanted to divide the funds of the Revolution among themselves.

Would history have been different if the Spanish authorities had not reneged on the terms of the Pact and withheld the amount of P, which was supposed to have been divided among non-combatants who had suffered in the fighting?

Thus shortchanged, considering themselves no longer honor bound to lay down arms, the revolutionists rose again.

Once again fighting broke out all over Luzon. In Nueva Ecija, the rebels captured the towns again one by one.

But American intervention was on the way. As early as February an American naval squadron had steamed into Manila Bay.

On May 1, less than a week after the declaration of the Spanish—American War, the American naval squadron completely destroyed the Spanish fleet.

Admiral Dewey of the United States of America immediately dispatched the revenue cutter "McCulloch" to Hongkong to fetch Aguinaldo, who returned to the Philippines on May On May 21 Aguinaldo issued a proclamation asking the nation to rally behind him in a second attempt to obtain independence.

Revolutionary leaders promptly stepped up their raids and ambuscades on Spanish garrisons in Central Luzon, capturing more than 5, prisoners.

By the end of May, the whole of central and southern Luzon, except Manila, was practically in Filipino hands. Aguinaldo promptly established a Dictatorial Government on May 24, with himself as Supremo supreme commander and proclaimed Philippine Independence on June 12, Apolinario Mabini , however, prevailed upon Aguinaldo to decree the establishment of a Revolutionary Government on June Manuel Tinio and the rest of the revolutionists in Hongkong sailed for Cavite on June 6 on board the ton contraband boat "Kwan Hoi" to join their Filipino leader.

Upon his arrival in Cavite, Tinio was instructed to organize an expeditionary force to wrest the Ilocano provinces from Spanish hands.

Thus would start the thrust into the North and its conquest by Novo-Ecijano General Manuel Tinio. First, he retrieved from Hagonoy, Bulacan Mauser and Remington rifles that had been captured from the Spaniards and stored in that town.

He then took the steamer to San Isidro, Nueva Ecija. Upon his arrival on June 13 he immediately set up 3 companies of men each under the commands of Captains Joaquin Alejandrino, Jose Tombo and 1st Lt.

Joaquin Natividad who was given overall command. All the officers were Novo-Ecijanos, except for Celerino Mangahas who hailed from Paombong, Bulacan.

On July 7, Aguinaldo reorganized the provincial government of Nueva Ecija and appointed Felino Cajucom as governor. The province was divided into four military zones:.

On June 19, Gen. Tinio and his men proceeded to Pangasinan to assist Gen. Makabulos in the siege of Dagupan which was the most important of the three Spanish strongholds in the North at that time, the others being Tarlac, Tarlac and San Fernando, La Union.

Dagupan was held by the Spaniards under the command of Col. Federico J. In Dagupan, Gen. Tinio met the force of Lt. Casimiro Tinio, composed of Captains Feliciano Ramoso and Pascual Tinio, Lt.

Severo Ortega, several other officers, and Novo-Ecijano soldiers. Makabulos, who had taken over the Central Luzon Command the previous April, was optimistic that he had the situation well in hand and allowed Gen.

Tinio and the combined Novo-Ecijano troops at Dagupan to proceed northward to liberate Ilocos from the Spaniards.

This Ilocos Expeditionary Force would become the nucleus of the future Tinio Brigade. The Novo-Ecijano troops, now over strong, reached San Fernando, on July 22, the day that Dagupan surrendered to Gen.

They found the capital of La Union already besieged by revolutionists under the command of Gen. Mauro Ortiz. The Spaniards, under the command of Col.

Jose Garcia Herrero, were entrenched in the convent, the Casa Tribunal and the provincial jail and were waiting for succour.

Tinio wanted a ceasefire and sent for Col. Ceballos in Dagupan to mediate a peaceful capitulation of the San Fernando garrison. But despite news that the Spaniards had already surrendered Central Luzon to the Revolutionists and the pleadings of Col.

Ceballos, the besieged Spaniards refused to capitulate. On the morning of the eighth day, July 31, Gen. Tinio ordered the assault of the convent from the adjoining church.

At a cost of 5 lives and 3 wounded, Capt. Alejandrino's company occupied the kitchen and cut the water supply in the aljibe or cistern under the azotea, the terrace beside the kitchen.

The deafening blast frightened the Spaniards who immediately called for a ceasefire and flew the white flag.

Alejandrino received the saber of Lt. Herrero as a token of surrender. Upon seeing his captors, the Spanish commander wept in rage and humiliation, for many of the Filipino officers and men were but mere youths.

Tinio himself had just turned 21 the previous month! From San Fernando the Tinio Brigade and its prisoners marched on to Balaoan, where they met stubborn resistance from the enemy who were again entrenched in the convent.

The siege lasted for five days, and, despite the support of the populace, resulted in the deaths of more than 70 Filipinos, mostly townspeople. Meanwhile, the company of Capt.

Alejandrino, dispatched earlier by Gen. Tinio to reconnoiter and clear the neighboring commandancia or military district of Benguet, had met no opposition for the small force of cazadores in La Trinidad had fled to Bontoc upon learning of their approach.

Alejandrino immediately turned back and rejoined Gen. From Balaoan, the rebels marched on to Bangar, the northernmost town of La Union, where they laid siege to the Spaniards holed up, again, in the convent.

They won a victory on Aug. The Tinio Brigade then crossed the mighty Amburayan River that divides the province of La Union from Ilocos Sur.

The colonial force occupying the strategic heights on the opposite bank was the last obstacle to Tinio's advance to Vigan.

Tinio stormed their positions, causing the enemy to withdraw to Tagudin, [5] : the first town of Ilocos Sur.

There, the Spaniards consolidated all the available forces they could muster 1, men according to one source [5] : and prepared to make a stand in the convent and surrounding buildings.

However, their spirited defense the first three days turned into a rout, when the native volunteers in the Spanish army deserted their units to fight with the rebels.

The Brigade suffered no casualties in that siege. The Spaniards fled north, but were intercepted in Sta. Lucia, Ilocos Sur by Ilocano and Abra revolutionists under Gen.

Isabelo Abaya. The Tinio Brigade, now over 2, strong, marched northward and encountered the Ilocano patriots in Sabuanan, Sta. The latter escorted them to Candon, whose inhabitants jubilantly received the conquerors.

There, Isabelo Abaya, a native of the place and the initiator of the revolution in Ilocos, was given a regular rank of Captain of Infantry in the Tinio Brigade.

On August 13, , the same day that the Spaniards surrendered Intramuros to the Americans, Gen. Tinio entered Vigan, the capital of Ilocos Sur and the citadel of Spanish power in the North.

Enrique Polo de Lara, newly appointed Spanish governor of both Ilocos Norte and Ilocos Sur, had fled to Laoag, the capital of Ilocos Norte, with all the resident Spaniards of Vigan.

There he spent five days at the beach of Diriqui, loading the civilians and friars, including Bishop Campomanes, on boats which would hazard the rough weather for the journey to Aparri.

He then ordered the troops under Col. Mariano Arques, district commander of the Civil Guards and Jefe de Linea in Ilocos, to take the coastal road to Aparri, Cagayan.

Upon his arrival in Vigan, Gen. Tinio had immediately launched a two-pronged movement to capture the Spaniards fleeing northward and those escaping into the interior.

Without encountering any opposition along the way, the Filipino column reached Laoag on August They overtook some of the fleeing Spaniards at Bacarra, the next town, where, after exchanging a few token shots, more than Spaniards surrendered.

The Spaniards had heard of the humane treatment Gen. Tinio afforded prisoners and did not put up much of a fight.

Two companies were then dispatched to Bangui, the northernmost town of Ilocos Norte, and to Claveria, the first town in Cagayan.

Vicente Salazar's company pressed the northward pursuit with more tenacity, overtaking the enemy on the road to the Patapat Pass leading to Cagayan province.

Right there and then, on August 22, Col. Arques and some Spanish regulars, all tired and frustrated, surrendered almost willingly.

In Patapat itself, the crack Regiment No. The enemy was on the run, and even Aparri at the very end of Luzon was secured too by the detachment under the command of Col.

Daniel Tirona. Relentlessly, from Vigan, Capt. Alejandrino and men, with Capt. Isabelo Abaya as guide, went to Bangued, Abra to track and capture the enemy who were retreating towards the rugged and mountainous interior towns of Cervantes, Lepanto and Bontoc.

The Filipinos easily achieved their goal with only 3 casualties, the whole Ilocos and the Cordillera commandancias were now in Philippine hands.

Tinio is credited with capturing the most number of Spanish prisoners during the revolution, over 1. The prisoners were brought to Vigan, their number later augmented by other prisoners sent over from the Cagayan Valley and Central Luzon during the last quarter of Tinio exercised both firmness and compassion in dealing with the prisoners.

Fray Ulpiano Herrero y Sampedro, a Dominican who had been captured and sent over from Cavite, kept a journal of his month imprisonment together with over a hundred other friars.

He wrote that when they were imprisoned in Vigan, "Gen. Tinio wanted to improve the living conditions of the friar prisoners … sent us food, clothing, books, paper and writing implements.

There was another group of prisoners. Their properties were confiscated. One of the incarcerated women, a native of Sinait, had a year-old daughter, Laureana Quijano, who pleaded with Gen.

Tinio for her mother's release and the restoration of their properties. The general, attracted to her beauty, forthwith acceded to her request, and then began to court her.

Later, Laur, as she was called, also pleaded for the release of another prisoner, her mother's first cousin, and introduced the daughter, Amelia Imperial Dancel.

Again, the general gave in and released Amelia's mother. Subsequently, Gen. Tinio also fell in love with Amelia.

Tinio set up his Command Headquarters in the Bishop's Palace in Vigan. There he lived with 18 of his officers, all very young, mostly 16—20 years of age, the oldest being the year-old Captain Pauil.

In accordance with Aguinaldo's Dictatorial Decree of June 18, which set the guidelines for setting up a civil government in those towns liberated from the Spaniards, Gen.

Tinio conducted elections for the whole region. First to be elected were the officials of each town. Under the revolutionary government, the mayor, instead of being called the capitan municipal, was now addressed as the presidente municipal.

These mayors then elected the Provincial Governor and Board. With the civil government in place, Gen.

Tinio then reorganized the Tinio Brigade. The successful military exploits of the Brigada Tinio were heralded all over Luzon and attracted hundreds of volunteers.

The Brigade swelled to over 3, men, with scores of officers and more than 1, non-commissioned officers and soldiers coming from Nueva Ecija.

There were also some Spaniards in the group. The Brigade garrisoned the entire western portion of Northern Luzon which included the four genuine Ilocano provinces of Ilocos Norte, Ilocos Sur, Abra and La Union, and also the comandancias of Amburayan, Lepanto-Bontoc and Benguet.

Tinio divided this territory into 3 zones, each under a military commander who commanded a regiment, as follows:. Zone 2 under Lt.

Blas Villamor covered Southern Ilocos Sur from Tagudin to Bantay, Abra and Lepanto-Bontoc;. Zone 3 under Lt. Irineo de Guzman covered Northern Ilocos Sur from Sto.

Domingo to Sinait and Ilocos Norte. The establishment of the civil and military government in the Ilocos brought 15 months of peace in the region.

The young general and his officers became social denizens sought after and regally entertained by the people. The dashing Manuel Tinio, rich, handsome and a bachelor to boot, seized the moment with the many belles of Ilocandia.

He was unforgettably charming and popular. In the s, women reminiscing about their youth, and the Tinios, would look up and sigh, "how handsome they were.

With the Ilocos in stable condition, Gen. Tinio then went to Malolos to report to Gen. Aguinaldo and upon the request of Felipe Buencamino, Minister of Finance, turned over P, that had been contributed by the citizens of Vigan.

During his visit, everyone, particularly his fellow generals, admired and congratulated Gen. Tinio for having the largest and best-equipped army in the country!

In October Gen. Tinio received his appointment as Military Governor of the Ilocos provinces and Commanding General of all Filipino forces in Northern Luzon.

His army was formally integrated as an armed unit of the Republic. Thus he became one of only four regional commanders in the Republican Army!

Upon his return to Vigan, Gen. Tinio marshalled his troops, all well equipped and completely in uniform. He assembled them in the town's main Plaza and made them swear to defend the new Republic with their lives.

The next month, on Nov. A shot fired at a Filipino in Sociego Street, Sta. Mesa District in the suburbs of Manila on February 4, triggered the Philippine—American War.

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