How did Diego Ronquillo rule the Philippines?

Diego Ronquillo was the fifth Spanish governor of the Philippines, from March 10, 1583 until May 1584. He was the brother (or nephew) of his predecessor, Gonzalo Ronquillo de Peñalosa, and served as interim governor for little more than a year. Manila suffered heavy damage from a fire that occurred on March 19, 1583.

How many Spanish governor generals are there in the Philippines?

Under New Spain (1565–1761)

# Name From
1 Miguel López de Legazpi April 27, 1565
2 Guido de Lavezaris August 20, 1572
3 Francisco de Sande August 25, 1575
4 Gonzalo Ronquillo de Peñalosa April 1580

What was the significant contribution of Gov Gen Sebastian Hurtado de Corcuera in the Philippines?

From 1632 to 1634 he was governor of Panama. From June 25, 1635 to August 11, 1644 he was governor of the Philippines. And from 1659 to his death in 1660 he was governor of the Canary Islands. He is remembered as one of the two greatest Spanish military leaders in the Philippines.

Who is governor Diego Fajardo?

Diego Fajardo Chacón was a Spanish military officer and governor of the Philippines, from August 11, 1644 to July 25, 1653.

Who is Gobernador heneral Rafael de Izquierdo?

Rafael Gerónimo Cayetano Izquierdo y Gutiérrez (30 September 1820 – 9 November 1883) was a Spanish Military Officer, politician, and statesman….

Rafael Izquierdo y Gutiérrez
Other names Rafael de Izquierdo
Known for Governor-General of the Philippines from 4 April 1871 – 8 January 1873

Who is the successor of Gov Gen Despujol?

Federico Ochando
Eulogio Despujol y Dusay

General The Most Illustrious Eulogio Despujol y Dusay, Count of Caspe
Monarch Alfonso XIII
Preceded by Valeriano Weyler, 1st Duke of Rubí
Succeeded by Federico Ochando
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Who was considered by the Filipinos as the best Governor-General in the Philippines?

Carlos María de la Torre y Navacerrada
Carlos María de la Torre y Navacerrada (1809–1879) was a Spanish soldier and politician. He served as Governor-General of the Philippines from 1869 to 1871, and is considered to be the most beloved of the Spanish Governors-General ever assigned in the Philippines.

What is the route that galleon trade is taking?

The Manila Galleon Trade Route was an economically powerful system of linking Spain with the commodities of Asia via Mexico. It consisted of two separate routes – westward from Acapulco to Manila and eastward on the return, following two separate belts of trade winds across the Pacific.

What title is given to the Governor-General?

Following the adoption of the Government of India Act of 1858, the Governor-General as representing the Crown became known as the Viceroy.

Why did Rizal plan Filipino colonization in Borneo?

The colonization project of Rizal in Sabah was a response to the Calamba’s land crisis which all started when Governor-General Terrero released a directive for the investigation of the friar estates to resolve the agrarian problems on the collection of land taxes and tenancy.