The Anglo-American negotiations entered their final phase in October and November 1782. The United States succeeded in obtaining fishing rights in Newfoundland, a western border that extended to Mississippi with navigation rights (which the Spanish government would later prevent) and especially British recognition of U.S. independence, as well as the peaceful withdrawal of British forces. In return for these concessions, the agreement contained provisions requiring the United States to repay private debts and to ensure an end to the confiscation of loyalist assets. American negotiators John Jay, Benjamin Franklin, John Adams and Henry Laurens signed a preliminary agreement with British Representative Richard Oswald on November 30, 1782. The agreement would remain informal until a peace agreement was reached between Britain and France. In late 1897, the revolutionaries were pushed into the hills southeast of Manila, and Aguinaldo had an agreement with the Spaniards. In exchange for financial compensation and a promise of reform in the Philippines, Aguinaldo and his generals would accept exile in Hong Kong. The rebel leaders withdrew, and the Philippine revolution was momentarily over.
Bonifacio soon set up to establish a rival government against Aguinaldo. Newly recognized as the leader of the revolution, he made a coup against the government of Aguinaldo. When Aguinaldo found out, he ordered Bonifacio`s official arrest. The revolutionary Katipunan Society was founded on 7 July 1892 by Filipinos who had abandoned the hope that the Spanish government would administer the affairs of the Philippines for the sake of its subjects, with justice and dignity. A secret association of Freemasonry and the Filipina League (a self-help society created on 3 July 1892 by Ilustrado Jose Riza) recruited members in the suburbs of Manila and the provinces of Central Luzon. At the time of the outbreak of the revolution in August 1896, the number of Katipunan members increased to about 30,000, including some women. The revolution broke out prematurely on August 23, 1896 because a Spanish monk had discovered in time, on August 19, the existence of revolutionary society. The immediate consequence of the outbreak of the revolution was the intrusion of a regime of terror of the Spanish authorities to frighten the population. Hundreds of suspects joining Katipunan and the revolution were arrested and imprisoned; The famous Filipinos were exiled to the Carolinas or the Spanish penal colony in Africa (Fernando Po); And others were executed, including Jose Rizal, who was shot dead by Musketry on December 30, 1896. The revolution stretched from Manila and Cavite to Laguna, Batangas, Bulacan, Pampanga, Tarlac and Nueva Ecija, billed as the eight-ray Philippine flag. History and scholars, [who?] as well as the archives of the National Historical Commission, tells that the Republic of Kakarong was the first truly organized revolutionary government in the country to overthrow the Spaniards and even the famous Malolo Republic and the Republic of Biak na-Bato.