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    Philippine Revolts Against Spanish Colonial Rule

    • Name of Revolt
    • Date
    • Place
    • Cause
    • Leader
    • Result
    • Lakandula
    • 1574
    • Tondo, Navotas
    • Failure of Gov. Lavezares to fulfill Legazpis’ promise to Lakandula Lakandula
    • Failed
    • Pampanga
    • 1585
    • Pampanga
    • Abuses of Spanish Encomienderos

     

    Failed. A woman betrayed the revolt.

    Todo

    • 1587-1588
    • Tondo, Cuyo, Calamianes
    • Desire for Independence
    • Magat Salamat, Martin Pangan, Juan Banal, Pedro Balingit
    • Failed because the plot was discovered. Leaders were executed. Cagayan- Ilocos
    • 1589

    Cagayan, Ilocos Norte

    Refusal to pay tributes, tyranny of tribute collectors.

    • Failed. Easily suppressed.
    • Magalat
    • 1596
    • Cagayan
    • Abuses of the Tribute Collectors.

    Magalat

    Failed. Hired Assasins killed the Magalat.

    • Igorot
    • 1601
    • Northern Luzon
    • Desire for religious toleration.
    • Failed
    • Irrayas
    • 1621
    • Cagayan Valley
    • Oppression of the Indios by the Spanish officials.
    • Felipe Cutabay, Gabriel Dayag
    • It was not materialized due to Fr. Pedro Sto. Tomas preaching. Tamblot
    • 1621- 1622
    • Bohol
    • Desire to abandon Christianity and return to old religious faith. Babaylan Tamblot
    • It was suppressed by the Spaniards and Cebuanos.
    • Bankaw
    • 1621
    • Leyte
    • Desire for Religious Toleration.
    • Bankaw Pagali
    • Failed
    • Cagayan
    • 1625, 1627, 1639
    • Cagayan
    • Desire for independence and punishment of a woman whom displeases certain Spanish officials. Miguel Lanab, Aldaban
    • Failed. Leaders were pardoned and later killed when they revolted anew. Caraga1
    • 629- 1631
    • Caraga, Northern Mindanao

    Dissatisfaction of townspeople to Spanish rule.

    • Failed
    • Cagayan
    • 1639
    • Cagayan
    • Dissatisfaction with Spanish rule.
    • It was suppressed.
    • Ladia
    • 1643
    • Malolos, Bulacan and Southern Luzon
    • Weariness from Spanish oppression.
    • Pedro Ladia
    • Failed
    • Visayan
    • 1649- 1650
    • Eastern Visayas, Northern Mindanao, Zamboanga
    • Caused by Gov. Fajardo’s order to send Visayan laborers to Cavite for shipbuilding. Juan Ponce Sumoroy and Pedro Caamug
    • Leaders were captured and were beheaded.
    • Pampanga
    • 1660- 1661
    • Bacoor, Cavite and Pampanga
    • Failure of officials to pay rice purchased; repeated requirements for polo y servicio. Francisco Maniago
    • General amnesty granted to rebels. Initial payment for services. Pangasinan
    • 1660- 1661
    • Binalatongan, Pangasinan
    • Quarrel between Fr. Gorospe and Malong.
    • Andres Malong and Pedro Gumpaos
    • Failed
    • Ilocos
    • 1661
    • San Nicolas, Bacarra, Laog, Ilocos
    • Spanish aggression.
    • Juan Magsanop, Pedro Almazan and Gaspar Cristobal
    • Failed. Leaders were executed.
    • Panay
    • 1663
    • Oton, Panay
    • Desire to put up a modified form of Christianity.
    • Tapar
    • It was suppressed.
    • Agrarian
    • 1745- 1746
    • Bulacan, Morong (Rizal), Cavite, Laguna
    • Usurpation of Filipino lands by religious orders.
    • Matienza
    • Failed
    • Dagohoy
    • 1744- 1828
    • Bohol
    • Refusal of Fr. Morales to give Dagohoy’s brother a Christian Burial. Francisco Dagohoy
    • Failed but rebels were pardoned.
    • Silang
    • 1762- 1763
    • Ilocos
    • Desire to expel the Spaniards from Ilocos.
    • Diego silang and Gabriela Silang
    • Failed. Diego was assasinated .
    • Palaris
    • 1762- 1765
    • Pangasinan
    • Demand for reforms especially the changing of local officials. Juan Dela Cruz Palaris
    • Failed. Palaris was executed
    • Basi
    • 1807
    • Ilocos
    • Government monopoly of basil manufacturing.
    • Pedro Mateo
    • Failed. Rebels were crushed by government troops.
    • Hermano Pule
    • 1840- 1841
    • Quezon Province
    • Being a native, Pule was denied to be admitted as a monk. He founded the religious brotherhood, Confradia De San Jose, which the government outlawed and ordered to be dissolved. Apolinario dela Cruz
    • Failed

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