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'3JCRE OF AMKRICAffS tlI ORDEEU,

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'3JCRE OF AMKRICAffS tlI ORDEEU, Association SPECIAL TELEGRAM.] ^4^^1(10 v, HOXG KONG, Wednesday. ^a3 issued another manifesto, v-Vs !.)fcctCcj'' nation brought about by the 'Uti ,vP'.OV0cation of the Americans. He k- Vvbile ^araenting the outbreak of hos- 4hB tried to avoid by every Nk?11' anH I30ner' making humiliating con- th to'erating the insults and out- of u.9rmy occupation against the th an^a' b.e is prepared to sacrifice island OT<<ir to maintain the integrity V^tu^on an'i the national honour. He 0j> ? to witness the good faith and {'0S W intentions, and complains that +1? treated as a rebel because he t?e national interests, instead of tool of the Americans, and sup- y U5lr preoosterous pretensions. The is unanimous in his sup- perish rather than accept the g lnion of America, to which even the V' Administration was prefe- Nh .ne^ CoitlInission ia considered a farce, )"j, a3 it does pronounced annexa-. J-. 6 General Otis, Mr. Denby, and v-^5' >li0 e^ey, -while Mr. Harden, the secre- J'lih. ^ormerly correspondent of the «orld," maliciously defamed the reP°rts to papers which were ?xiou3 to them. The Filipmo t wishe3, in order to dispel false V 5,ha'riy ri to the world that neither '\Q.t ZL, r any other Power has rendered Istan j.,lstanoe, either moral or material. Q Filipinos solicited such assistance. Vt!IL1PlNo PROCLAMATION, i,"fascia,A3 telegram from "Washington on 5°ln p ays: —A telegram has been received J1 wate(j ^?eral Otis stating that a proclama- v-lit :t)o^tam ^ebruary 15, was issued oy »%'t c'rjnt- of the insurgent Govern- 0 ln^ng certain instructions which exe"uted in Manila on the evening fJirpr!if 15tl1 inst- TiL6 flrsfc Para- J th' 8o +>, tllat dispositions should be > ? »! at ei-iht o'clock the individuals et tmilitia should be united in of San Pedro, armed with stakes, ih^iu ns' anfi ammunition. The second W ot?5 oni^Vas the effect that Filipino i'v' wPf0 to be respected, and that t 0q^^ividnals should bo exterminated ^^sion after the extermination of t>, ^ccupation. The third paragraph v.V (lefenders the Philippines to ie,,3 an i arfl 'lt Bilidid, and liberate the v^H^rg convicts and arm them, saying: We must revenge ourselves on the V> h6 fcr +-Ild exterminate them, and take 4^ ^9 Pr> infamy and treachery which bm mmitted. We must have no com- !fi 'ih05 en attack them with vigour. All the t? irirtr Dlasse ^i'l aid you. Long live e o "?endence!" The fifth paragraph 'it ih'l'tia nfVr,0^ attack. The sixth directed fc)! Torido to start out at three in th • e Prociamation continued: — %S St<r dnty' our revenge will he ctim- °\v\€rs'.Europe contemplates us. We ''••,1 shedding our blood for the A liberty of our country. Death %e>.jCp War without quarter to the IJ. a leans, who deceive us. Either inde-

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