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The Philippine Islands.
children of the wealthy are sometimes sent abroadato Spain, France, or Englandato be educated. I myself went to St. John's College, London, and, afterward, to Pension Roulet, Nechatel, Switzerland.
The Royal and Pontifical University of St. Thomas, in Manila, is maintained by the Dominicans. It has schools of theology
balcony of manila jockey club, overlooking pandacan.
and church law, jurisprudence, notarial law, medicine, and pharmacy. In the undergraduate department are 40 free scholarships for Spanish boys.
The college of San Jos gives instruction in medicine and pharmacy. The Dominican college of San Juan de Letran is justly celebrated for its excellent equipment, and for its fine museums of history and of the arts. It is attended exclusively by the sons of the natives.
The Cambobong Orphan Asylum, under the care of the Augus-The Cambobong Orphan Asylum, under the care of the Augus-