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and from the Wilhelm Meister series, apparently among the most treasured books in his library, Dr. Rizal learned that man has duties as well as rights, So as a Mason he came to be of the philosophic school of the Teutonic and Anglo-Saxon peoples rather than of the political kind common in the Latin countries.

 
Lunas Studio in Paris

LUNA'S STUDIO IN PARIS

Juan Luna with the palette, Ramirez (now a Manila Merchant) wearing a silk hat, Rizal sitting on the table and Dr. Tavera (brother of the commissioner) in the easy chair. The last, now a Buenos Ayres physician, was the model for Legaspi in the "Blood compact" painting.

(Photograph from Dr. Rizal's album.)
Leipzig was his next home and for its "Illustrated News" he wrote interestingly of his summer in Wilhelmsdorf. Here he met Dr. Jaegor in whose "Travels in the Philippines" he had read ten years before that "the Americans
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