He went at once to see Aguinaldo and informed him that the United States consul-general was anxious to see him.
Aguinaldo then spoke aside to the sergeant, to whom he proposed the surrender of their arms.
This message was received late Sunday night, April 24th, and was at once communicated to Aguinaldo.
On their arrival there (June 23) Aguinaldo appointed three commissioners to meet them.
The following is, as briefly as I can dispose of it, the story of the capture of Aguinaldo on March 23, 1901.
She brought with her a petition addressed to Aguinaldo, said to bear about 3,000 signatures.
As Luna and Roman ascended the staircase to seek Aguinaldo a revolver-shot was heard.
The dapper little officer in khaki was Aguinaldo, and this is the story of how I saw him.
On August 21, 1896, Aguinaldo became leader of the insurgents.
Who supposes that to be the liberty for which Aguinaldo is fighting?