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horge
06-14-2006, 22:06
Does anyone out there have copies of the following books/titles?


Pardo de Tavera, T.H., "Una Memorial de Anda y Salazar" Manila, 1899.

Chirino, P. (S.J.), "Relacion de las Islas Filipinas y de lo que
en ellas an trabaido los padres de la Compania de Jesus", Rome:
Esteban Paulino, 1604
<<EDIT --scratch this one, I found a txt file on Gutenberg opensource,
thanks to Philip for PM'ing me so quickly. Just a little 'desktop publishing' and I'm good for this title :) >>


pp. 767 - 872 of vol. LV (Analytical Index J-Z) of
Blair E. & J. Robertson, "The Philippine Islands 1493-1898",
Cleveleand, Arthur H. Clark Co., 1904


Water damage and termites have left my copies fretty puch mucked-up
beyond recovery. Mere facsimiles/xeroxes are all I'm after (maybe
I'll have them re-bound in the surviving covers), but if you're
willing to sell any originals ( :) ) ...hehe.

I'm posting here, on the off chance I can avoid annoying a number
of librarians who may already have seen quite enough of me.

Thanks,
h.


PS: If anyone out there has Oropilla y Fortich (2001), I'd like
some feedback on whether it's worth the price.

Allegra
06-16-2006, 08:26
At the risk of sounding like an idiot ,what are the books about? I'm assuming Philippine history?

I looked at my library and the only classics I found were the autographed editions of Pugad Baboy 1-3

PMMA97
06-16-2006, 14:29
Originally posted by Allegra

I looked at my library and the only classics I found were the autographed editions of Pugad Baboy 1-3

:laughabove:

Horge,

Have you tried the Philippine Archives? :)

vega
06-16-2006, 17:32
Originally posted by Allegra
I looked at my library and the only classics I found were the autographed editions of Pugad Baboy 1-3
LOL!!!!!!!!!!!
I have Ikabod if that would help?

horge
06-16-2006, 18:51
:)
Allegra...

Asking actually disproves idiocy.
I mean, I didn't know what they were before I picked them up,
and yes, they relate to Philippine history.


Chirino is a valuable record of late-15th century Philippines:
what our ancestors wrote, wore, etc. ---lightly buried under
a listing of Spanish Jesuit accomplishments, of course.

Pardo de Tavera reproduces the accomplishments of Don Simon Anda y Salazar,
who led the defense against the British who invaded the Philippines
in the 1760's.

And, I sort of tuned out of Pugad Baboy when Polgas quit essaying
his 'wisedog' alter-ego :)