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*'''October 10, 1896''' – [[Deodato Arellano]] was arrested by colonial authorities. was a [[Filipino people|Filipino]] patriot who was among the founders of the [[Katipunan]] that started the [[Philippine Revolution]] against [[Spain]].
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*'''October 12, 1886''' – [[Jose Rizal]] sent his brother Paciano a Tagalog translation of ''Wilhelm Tell'', it was about a folk hero and expert marksman who assassinated the tyrannical Gessler. In the same letter, Jose wrote about his wish to introduce a slight modification of the Tagalog orthography and shared how much it would cost to print ''Noli Me Tangere'' (Touch me Not). The novel is credited with the awakening of nationalism among the Filipinos of Rizal's time.  
*'''October 10, 1907''' – Act No. 1761, also known as the New Opium Law, was passed by the Philippine Commission. It was enacted for the purpose of the gradual suppression of the opium and prohibiting its importation and use as well as the use of cocaine, except for medicinal purposes.
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*'''October 12, 1911''' – [[Jose Abad Santos]] passed the Bar Exams. Because of his exceptional intelligence, he was part of the first generation of [[Filipino|Filipinos]], 18 ''pensionados'' (scholars) sent to study in American Universities. He finished secondary education at Sta. Clara College in California and Bachelor of Laws at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. In 1910, he was conferred a Master of Laws by George Washington University in Washington, D.C. and was admitted to the United States Bar. Abad Santos was a [[Filipino]] jurist and patriot. He was the 5th Chief Justice of the [[Supreme Court of the Philippines]] (SC).
*'''October 10, 1938''' – [[Isabelo de los Reyes]] died at the age of 74. Reyes, who was also known as the "Father of Philippine Labor," was a prominent [[Philippines|Filipino]] writer, politician, labor activist, and founder of the [[Aglipayan Church]] or the "[[Iglesia Filipina Independiente]]".  
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  • October 12, 1886Jose Rizal sent his brother Paciano a Tagalog translation of Wilhelm Tell, it was about a folk hero and expert marksman who assassinated the tyrannical Gessler. In the same letter, Jose wrote about his wish to introduce a slight modification of the Tagalog orthography and shared how much it would cost to print Noli Me Tangere (Touch me Not). The novel is credited with the awakening of nationalism among the Filipinos of Rizal's time.
  • October 12, 1911Jose Abad Santos passed the Bar Exams. Because of his exceptional intelligence, he was part of the first generation of Filipinos, 18 pensionados (scholars) sent to study in American Universities. He finished secondary education at Sta. Clara College in California and Bachelor of Laws at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. In 1910, he was conferred a Master of Laws by George Washington University in Washington, D.C. and was admitted to the United States Bar. Abad Santos was a Filipino jurist and patriot. He was the 5th Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines (SC).


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