Melchior de Legazpi

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Melchior de Legazpi was a chief accountant for King Philip II of Spain in the Philippines during the Spanish colonization. He was the son of Governor-General Miguel Lopez de Legazpi.



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  • Legazpi, Miguel Lopez de. "Letter from Miguel Lopez de Legazpi to Felipe II." In The Philippine Islands, 1493-1898, edited and annotated by Emma Helen Blair and James Alexander Robertson. Cleveland, Ohio: A.H. Clark Company, 1903-9. Vol. 3, 1569-1576. Pp. 108-12.
  • Legazpi, Melchior de. "Expenses Incurred for the Expedition to the Western Islands 1569-72." In The Philippine Islands, 1493-1898, edited and annotated by Emma Helen Blair and James Alexander Robertson. Cleveland, Ohio: A.H. Clark Company, 1903-9. Vol. 3, 1569-1576. Pp. 177-8.

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