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Mga Dakilang Pilipino

o ang kaibigan ng mga nagaaral

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Author: Jose N. Sevilla
Published: 1922
Language: Tagalog
Wordcount: 51,208 / 157 pg
LoC Category: P
Downloads: 1,097
Added to site: 2006.02.19 12688
Genre: Non-fiction

~g moro. Sinikap n~g Gobernador na Inglés na makipagkásundô, ~guni't dî tinalima n~g m~ga moro at silá ay ipinagtabuyan at sa pagtakas ay na~gaiwan nilá a~g kanilá~g m~ga sasakyán, m~ga kanyón, baril at apat na puô at apat na libong piso.

Namatáy si Ali Mudin sa Huló, n~g boó~g kasiyaha~g loób, sapagka't náitabóy niyá a~g m~ga manlulupig sa kanyá~g bayan.

Si Ali Mudin ay nagí~g tudláan n~g dî kawasa~g pagha~gà n~g kanyá~g m~ga sàkop.

[Larawan: Ali Mundin]


Bago nagí~g Rahá si Solimán, ay nagí~g katulo~g muna sa pa~ga~gasiwà n~g m~ga súliranin dito sa Maynilà, ni Rahá~g Matandâ.

Si Lakán Dulà na nanánahanan sa Tundó ay siyá niyá~g kasama. Itó ay na~g kapanáhunan ni R

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Average Rating of 5 from 1 reviews: *****

Jose Sevilla wrote this book in 1922 intending it to be a reference material for students who are researching biographies of Filipino heroes. The author had the book published removing all the "n" in place of the tilde g or "~g". This makes it hard to read for modern day students.

In the desire to make the ebook more accessible to today's youth, the "n" were returned in the HTML version. This can be accessed through the Project Gutenberg site:



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