Apolinario Mabini Birthday, Date of Birth

Apolinario Mabini

Apolinario Mabini y Maranan (July 23, 1864 – May 13, 1903) was a Filipino revolutionary leader, educator, lawyer, and statesman who served first as a legal and constitutional adviser to the Revolutionary Government, and then as the first Prime Minister of the Philippines upon the establishment of the First Philippine Republic. He is regarded as the "utak ng himagsikan" or "brain of the revolution".

Two of his works, El Verdadero Decalogo (The True Decalogue, June 24, 1898), and Programa Constitucional dela Republica Filipina (The Constitutional Program of the Philippine Republic, 1898) became instrumental in the drafting of what would eventually be known as the Malolos Constitution.

Mabini performed all his revolutionary and governmental activities despite having lost the use of both his legs to polio shortly before the Philippine Revolution of 1896.

Mabini's role in Philippine history saw him confronting first Spanish colonial rule in the opening days of the Philippine Revolution, and then American colonial rule in the days of the Philippine–American War. The latter saw Mabini captured and exiled to Guam by American colonial authorities, allowed to return only two months before his eventual death in May 1903.

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Birthday, Date of Birth
Friday, July 22, 1864
Place of Birth
Tanauan
Age
157
Star Sign

The July 22, 1864 was a Friday under the star sign of . It was the 203 day of the year. President of the United States was Abraham Lincoln.

If you were born on this day, you are 157 years old. Your last birthday was on the Thursday, July 22, 2021, 2 days ago. Your next birthday is on Friday, July 22, 2022, in 362 days. You have lived for 57,345 days, or about 1,376,285 hours, or about 82,577,142 minutes, or about seconds.

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22nd of July 1864 News

News as it appeared on the front page of the New York Times on July 22, 1864

NEWS FROM WASHINGTON.; THE PUBLIC DEBT. AN ORDER FROM SECRETARY STANTON. A PRECIOUS RASCAL. INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT. MR. SEWARD VISITS POINT LOOKOUT. VOLUNTEER COUNSELORS. REPORT IN RELATION TO SEMMES. MR. WAKEMAN IN WASHINGTON. APPOINTMENT FOR ILLINOIS. DEATHS OF NEW-YORK SOLDIERS. THE STATE QUOTAS. COUNTERFEIT TREASURY NOTES. THE SEVEN-THIRTY TREASURY NOTES. THE MONEY-ORDER SYSTEM. A DESERTER SENTENCED.

Date: 22 July 1864

Special Dispatches to the New-York Times.

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GENERAL NEWS.

Date: 23 July 1864

The damage done to the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal by the rebels in their late raid, taking the work in its whole length, is very serious. President SPATES has just returned to Washington, by way of Bedford and Harrisburgh, from a trip of observation of the line beyond Harper's Ferry. He found the Antietam aqueduct, twelve miles west of the Ferry, practically "gone up," the raiders, as he learned, having had a force of nearly two hundred men engaged in its demolition for about forty-eight hours. The aqueduct is a stone structure, and though the piers stand formidably as before, the masonry of the side walls forming the trunk has been thrown off, and large holes are dug through the bottom or archways. Much damage was done to the locks of the canal between Antietam and Williamsport, comprising that region of the canal from which comes the chief flour, grain and produce trade. Lock No. 40 is entirely destroyed, while the gates of the others are generally injured so as to be rendered useless at present. Beyond Williamsport to Cumberland the damage is but slight. The eastern end of the line has not yet been sufficiently well explored to determine the nature of the injuries, but they are thought to be more in the form of obstructions, by the sinking of canal boats, &c. than otherwise. A great drawback is the difficulty ofprocuring labor to effect the repairs in a reasonable time and at reasonable cost.

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GEORGIA.; FIRE IN THE REAR. NEWS FROM SHERMAN'S REAR. THE LATEST.

Date: 22 July 1864

The Macon Confederate speculates as follows upon the situation in Northern Georgia:

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GENERAL NEWS.

Date: 22 July 1864

The Board of Councilmen again failed of a quorum yesterday, and were adjourned by the Clerk to next Monday, at 2 P.M. The Common Council have done little or nothing for a month past, and dullness pervades the City departments.

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WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY.; Commencement Exercises Concert General News of the Place Mendelssohn Quintette Club of Boston. Correspondence of the New-York Times:

Date: 23 July 1864

Middletown, Conn, Commencement

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LATE SOUTHERN NEWS.; GEN. JOHNSTON RELIEVED FROM COMMAND. General Hood Appointed to Succeed Him.Gen. Sherman Cuts Communication Between Atlanta and Montgomery. FROM GEORGIA.

Date: 23 July 1864

Johnston Superseded by Hood

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GEN. SHERMAN'S ARMY.; News to July 16 Detailed Account of the Situation. THE SITUATION. THE ENEMY'S LINE THE GATE CITY. ARRIVAL OF BRAXTON BRAGG. RATIONS. ROSWELL FACTORY. MOVEMENTS. CARELESSNESS. RUMORS.

Date: 23 July 1864

Operations; July 8-10

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EUROPEAN NEWS.; ARRIVAL OF THE MAILS BY THE EUROPA. THE GREAT DEBATE IN PARLIAMENT. The Confederate Cruisers and Their Whereabouts. INTERESTING MISCELLANEOUS INTELLIGENCE. OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENCE.

Date: 23 July 1864

The mails by the Europa reached this City yesterday morning, from Boston. They furnish us the following interesting details of news:

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NEWS FROM WASHINGTON.; GEN. JOE JOHNSTON SUPERCEDED. A RICHMOND FICTION ABOUT GEN. GRANT. ADDRESS OF GEN. SMITH ADDRESS OF GEN. MARTINDALE. PURSUIT OF THE RAIDERS AT AN END. SECRETARY FESSENDEN GOING HOME. THE NEW LOAN. OPENING OF BIDS FOR FURNISHING FLOUR. SOLDIERS' CEMETERY AT WASHINGTON. ARRIVAL OF REBEL DESERTERS. PENSION CLAIMS. A GALLANT REGIMENT. DEATHS OF NEW-YORK SOLDIERS. THE OVERLAND PACIFIC MAIL CONTRACT. SECRETARY FESSENDEN. THE NEW LOAN. BIDS TO SUPPLY FLOUR ACCEPTED. REBEL DESERTEES RELEASED.

Date: 23 July 1864

Special Dispatches to the New-York Times

Maj.-Gen. W. F.; Farewell Order to 18th Army Corps

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SOUTHERN NEWS.; TROUBLES IN NORTH CAROLINA, Rebel Disappointment at the Recent Raid.Rebel News of Gen. Sherman'sProgress. TROUBLES IN NORTH CAROLINA.

Date: 22 July 1864

From the Richmond Examiner

Peace Movements in; (Richmond Examiner)

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