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The life of Cayetano S. Arellano first Chief Justice, Supreme Court of the Philippines, patriot, statesman, and jurist by Jose Batungbacal

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Published by University Pub. in Manila, Philippines .
Written in English


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Statementby Jose Batungbacal ; with an introduction by Epifanio de los Santos Cristobal.
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LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 94/82122 (K)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationx, 50 p.
Number of Pages50
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1262210M
LC Control Number94945934

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The life of Cayetano S. Arellano [microform]: first Chief Justice, Supreme Court of the Philippines, patriot, statesman, and jurist / by Jose Batungbacal ; with an introduction by Epifanio de los Santos Cristobal University Pub Manila, Philippines Australian/Harvard Citation. Batungbacal, Jose. The life of Cayetano S. Arellano, first chief justice, Supreme Court of the Philippines, patriot, statesman, and jurist by José Batungbacal (Book) 1 edition published in in Undetermined and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide. Biography of Cayetano S. Arellano (). Lawyer and filipino politician, born in Udiong (province of Bataan, Luzon) on March 2, , and died on Decem , which was the first Supreme Court of the Philippines after the Spanish colonial period and played an important role in the early days of American dominance as a representative of the new legal institutions of their country. Cayetano Arellano y Lonzón (March 2, – Decem ) was the first Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines under the American Civil Government. Cayetano Arellano had occupied a high position in Aguinaldo's government. He worked with the Americans under General Otis and re-establish the Audiencia Territorial, and renamed it the Supreme Court.

Buy The life of Cayetano S. Arellano: First chief justice, Supreme Court of the Philippines, patriot, statesman, and jurist by José Batungbacal (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : José Batungbacal.   Cayetano Arellano was the first Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines under the American Civil Government. He was Chief Justice from to , making him the longest-serving Chief Justice. Together with Pedro Paterno, he testified before the Schurman Commission that the Philippines was not yet prepared for self-government. Cayetano Arellano had a brother, Rafael, who married Veronice Oswalds. Rafael is my grandfather. Cayetano was married to Rosa Bernas and they had a daughter named Asuncion. Asuncion married Dr. Singian of the famous Singian Clinic in Manila. I remember my father telling me that Rosa and Dr. Singian wanted to adopt my dad and another sibling. Cayetano is a Spanish name related to the Italian name Gaetano (English: Cajetan), both from Latin Caietanus, meaning "from Gaeta".It is a common given name in Spain, Mexico, Argentina and the Philippines. As a surname, it is also found predominantly in those countries, as well as Peru. The feminine version of the name is Cayetana.

Cayetano L. Arellano (March 2, – Decem ) was the first Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines under the American Civil Government. He was Chief Justice from until his retirement on Ap , making him the longest serving Chief Justice. Born in Orion, Bataan, He started as a working student in San Juan de Letran. (Cayetano L. Arellano) On March 2, , Cayetano L. Arellano, the first Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines under American Civil Government, was born in Orion, Bataan. Like the founder of Arellano University, Cayetano S. Arellano, after whom the University is named, had very humble beginnings and earned his way to the top through assiduous scholarship and hard work. Arellano was born in March , in Orion, Bataan, to Don Servando Arellano, an adventurous Spanish peninsular who tried his luck in the Philippines with apparently little. From grinding poverty to the presidency of a leading institution of learning – that is the life story of Florentino Cayco, Sr. Born in Malabon of poor parents, Cayco had to work very early in life as a gardener in the Bureau of Lands in order to support himself through school. His pay: 10 centavos per hour. After finishing the seventh grade, he was appointed, in view of his superior.