Copias de las cartas que el Generalisimo Emilio Aguinaldo dirigio M.R. P[rincip]al. Fr. Tomas Espejo, cura párroco del pueblo de Pateros. 1897.

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Aguinaldo, Emilio, 1869-1964. Copias de las cartas que el Generalisimo Emilio Aguinaldo dirigio M.R. P[rincip]al. Fr. Tomas Espejo, cura párroco del pueblo de Pateros.

Copias de las cartas que el Generalisimo Emilio Aguinaldo dirigio M.R. P[rincip]al. Fr. Tomas Espejo, cura párroco del pueblo de Pateros. 1897.

Copies of two letters from January 1897, written by Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo to Father Tomás Espejo, parish priest of Pateros.

[4] leaves, bound ; 22 cm.

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