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1771


Bangui fights off a raid by Muslims who speak Iloco. This implies that the raiders had bases along the Ilocano coastline [de los Reyes]

1763


Silang Revolt. Towns in Ilocos Norte are burned and pillaged. The Spanish victory over Silang is later commemorated in paintings which used to hang in the Laoag convento [de los Reyes]

circa 1760


Manuel Alvarez, reporting on the Banna mission, mentions Paor as the nearest Christian rancheria, and Uguis as a settlement of infidels. Paor and Uguis are now barrios of the present Nueva Era [Keesing]

1756


Fr. Manuel Carrillo’s Breve Relacion states that ‘many Apayaos’ are baptized in the northern areas of Bangui, Pasuquin, and Bamban [Keesing]