The Philippine Islands, 1493-1898 — Volume 28 of 55
1637-38
Explorations by Early Navigators, Descriptions of the Islands and Their Peoples, Their History and Records of the Catholic Missions, as Related in Contemporaneous Books and Manuscripts, Showing the Political, Economic, Commercial and Religious Conditions of Those Islands from Their Earliest Relations with European Nations to the Close of the Nineteenth Century
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The Philippine Islands, 1493-1898 — Volume 28 of 55 1637-38 Explorations by Early Navigators, Descriptions of the Islands and Their Peoples, Their History and Records of the Catholic Missions, as Related in Contemporaneous Books and Manuscripts, Showing the Political, Economic, Commercial and Religious Conditions of Those Islands from Their Earliest Relations with European Nations to the Close of the Nineteenth Century

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  • The Philippine Islands, 1493–1898
    • Explorations by early navigators, descriptions of the islands and their peoples, their history and records of the catholic missions, as related in contemporaneous books and manuscripts, showing the political, economic, commercial and religious conditions of those islands from their earliest relations with European nations to the close of the nineteenth century,
  • Volume XXVIII, 1637–38
    • Edited and annotated by Emma Helen Blair and James Alexander Robertson with historical introduction and additional notes by Edward Gaylord Bourne.
    • Contents of Volume XXVIII
    • Illustrations
    • Preface
    • Documents of 1637–1638
    • Remonstrance of Augustinians against the alternativa
    • Corcuera’s Campaign in Jolo
    • Appendix: Religious Conditions in the Philippines during the Spanish Regime
    • Laws Regarding Religious in the Philippines
      • Law XXX
      • Law XXXV
      • Law XXV
      • Law XXIX
      • Law XXVII
      • Law XXXIII
      • Law XXXIV
      • Law XXXI
      • Law XXVI
      • Law XXXII
      • Law XXVIII
      • Law LII
      • Law XXXIII
    • Jesuit Missions in 1656
      • Religious
      • Colleges and houses
      • Churches and villages
      • The island of Manila and the Tagál province College of San Ignacio of the city of Manila
      • College and seminary of San Joseph
      • Mission village [doctrina] of Santa Cruz
      • Mission village [doctrina] of San Miguel
      • College of the port of Cabite
      • House of San Pedro
      • Residence of Antipolo
      • Residence of Silan
      • Island of Marinduque
      • The island of Zebu and its jurisdiction College of Zebu
      • Residence of Bool
      • Jurisdiction of Leyte in Pintados
      • Leyte
      • Residence of Carigara
      • Residence of Dagami
      • The island of Samar or Ibabao
      • Residence of Cabatlogan [i.e., Catbalogan]
      • Residence of Palapag
      • College of Oton and the mission village of Ilog in the island of Negros
      • Island of Mindanao
      • College of Samboangan
      • Jurisdiction of Iligan, with its residence of Dapitan
      • Mission to Borney
      • College of Terrenate and its missions
      • China and Japon
    • The Religious Estate in the Philippines
      • Chapter XLVI Ecclesiastical theater of the Philipinas Islands
      • Chapter XLVII Jurisdiction of the archbishopric
      • Chapter XLVIII Ecclesiastical tribunals of Manila
        • Commissariat of the holy Inquisition
        • Tribunal of the Holy Crusade
      • Chapter XLIX Churches and colleges of Manila
        • Royal chapel
        • Royal hospital
        • Royal seminary-college of San Phelipe
        • Royal professorships
        • Royal seminary of Santa Potenciana
        • Royal brotherhood of the Santa Misericordia
        • Other charitable institutions
      • Chapter L Curacies and employments of religious in this archbishopric
        • Curacies
        • Calced Augustinians
        • Society of Jesus
        • St. Dominic
        • Discalced Augustinians
        • St. John of God
        • Discalced Franciscans
      • Chapter LI Bishopric of Zebu
        • Jurisdiction of this bishopric
        • Stipends of the bishops of these islands
      • Chapter LIII Curacies and administrations of the bishopric of Zebù
        • Curacies
        • Administrations of religious
      • Chapter LIV Bishopric of Nueva Cáceres in Camarines
        • Jurisdiction of that bishopric
      • Chapter LV Curacies and administrations of the bishopric of Nueva Cáceres
        • Curacies
        • Administrations in charge of religious
      • Chapter LVI Bishopric of Nueva Segovia
        • Jurisdiction of that bishopric
      • Chapter LVII Curacies and administrations of the bishopric of Cagayàn
        • Curacies
        • Administrations of religious
      • Chapter LVIII General summary of all the Christian souls among the natives of these islands
    • Religious Condition of the Islands
      • Chapter II Of the ministries of souls that pertain to the clerics in these Filipinas Islands
      • Chapter III Of the ministries of the reverend calced Augustinian fathers
      • Chapter IV Convents and ministries of the reverend Franciscan fathers, the third to be established
      • Chapter V Ministries of the Society of Jesus in these Filipinas Islands
      • Chapter VI Administrations of the reverend fathers of St. Dominic in these islands
      • Chapter VII Convents and ministries of the reverend discalced Augustinian fathers or Recollects
      • Chapter VIII Of the convents and hospitals of the reverend fathers of St. John of God
      • Chapter IX General summary of the Christians who compose the ministries of these islands
      • Chapter XIV Of the ecclesiastical tribunals of these Filipinas Islands and the city of Manila
      • Chapter XV Other matters pertaining to the ecclesiastics of Manila
    • Ecclesiastical Survey of the Philippines
      • Ninth Article Ecclesiastical survey of the Philippine Islands
      • Tenth Article Of the ecclesiastical tribunals established at Manila
      • Eleventh Article Which contains details in regard to the churches and colleges of Manila
      • Article Twelve Of the bishops of the Philippines suffragan to Manila; and of the general number of Christian souls in those islands.
      • Article Thirteenth Of the power and influence enjoyed by the religious in the Philippines
      • Ninth Article Of the genius of the inhabitants of the Philippines, and the peculiar punishments inflicted by the religious on the women who do not attend mass on the prescribed days.
    • Character and Influence of the Friars
      • The ecclesiastical estate
    • Ecclesiastical System in the Philippines
      • Archbishopric of Manila
        • Chart of the revenues of the clergy of the cathedral of Manila
      • Bishopric of Cebú
        • Chart showing the revenues of the clerical cathedral of Cebú, and their distribution for the services of divine worship
      • Nueva Cáceres
      • Nueva Segovia
    • Character and Influence of the Friars
      • Chapter Twelve Travels in Camarines Sur. Description of the province. Spanish priests. Alcaldes and mandarins.1
    • The Augustinian Recollects in the Philippines
      • Archbishopric of Manila
        • District of Morong
        • Province of Bataan
        • Province of Zambales
        • Province of Cavite
        • Province of Batangas
        • Province of Laguna
        • Province of Pampanga
        • Province of Mindoro
      • Bishopric of Jaro
        • District of Romblon
        • Island and province of Negros
        • Province of Calamianes
      • Bishopric of Cebu
        • Province of Cebú
        • Island of Bohol
        • Entrance of the Recollect fathers into the island of Bohol
        • The province of Bohol at the present time
      • The Recollects of Mindanao
        • Division of parishes in Mindanao
        • Present administration of the Recollects
        • Marianas Islands
    • Present Condition of the Catholic Religion in Filipinas
      • The progressive increase of Catholics in Filipinas until 1898
      • Recapitulation of population in Filipinas
      • Comparison of the population in 1791 and 1810, exclusive
      • Number of souls by dioceses
      • Present state of the archbishopric of Manila, and of the bishoprics of Cebú, Jaro, Nueva Cáceres, and Nueva Segovia
      • Condition of the religious corporations
      • Religious spirit of the country
      • Granting the above, would freedom of worship be advisable for Filipinos?
      • The fathers of the congregation of St. Vincent de Paul, the Capuchins, and the Benedictines, come to the islands
    • Bibliographical Data
    • Table of Contents
    • Colophon
      • Availability
      • Encoding Revision History
      • External References
      • Corrections
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