Letters to Mariano Alvarez
Mapagtiis 2 January 1897
Do not fail to see me immediately, for I want that we talk privately about the incident that happened to me in the Magdalo Council and for you to explain to me how they were organized.
27 April 1897
My dear General Mainam:
Our recently concluded election at Mapagtiis [San Francisco de Malabon] has left a large poisonous thorn in my heart. I reiterate to you my nullification of all that had been agreed upon there. Ay, General, I never expected that my complacency and loyalty would be rewarded with avarice and insult upon my person by your fellow townsmen who are spurious patriots. I shall
make them realize when I set foot on Morong [now Rizal province] soil that it was not I whom they insulted but the whole country.
Send me food at once and faithful followers of the Mother Country here at Limbon as a fulfillment of your promised help when I left in disquietude. Your supremo, And. Bonifacio, Maypagasa.