The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 3, July 1899 - April, 1900 Page: 282
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282 Texas iHistorical Association Quarterly.
NOTICES AND REVIEWS.
'The Land of Sunshine is printing under the title Pioneers of the
Far West a series ,of .documents never before published in English
which are of special value for Southwestern history. The list thus
far includes the fac-simile 'and translation oaf the Reglamento for
California (1781), in numbers Jan.-May, 1897; translation and
original of Testimonio on the first Comanche raid (1748), Jan.-
Feb., 1898; and translations of the Report on California of Viceroy
Revilla Gigedo, June-Oct., 1899; the Relacion of Zarate-Salmeron,
Nov., 1899-Feb., 1900; and the letter of Escalante, Mar.-Apr., 1900.
Such work entitles Mr. Lummis to the hearty gratitude of students
in this line.
The publications of the Southern History Association are now is-
sued hi-monthly. 'The January number is made up mainly of Re-
views and Notices and Notes and Queries. It contains a short article
by Dr. J. L. M. Curry entitled Washington and the Constitution;
some letters from Andrew R. Govan, member of Congress from
South Carolina, 1822-27, contributed, with explanatory remarks, by
A. S. Slalley, Jr.; and The Revolutionary War in North Carolina, a
narrative of the boyhood experience of John Hodges Drake, written
down in his old ,age, and contributed, with an explanatory statement,
by Mrs. P. IH. Mell, of Auburn, Ala. The leading articles of the
March number are Why the Confederacy had no Supreme Court, by
Bradley T. Johnson, John V. 'Wright, J. A. Orr, -and L. Q. Washing-
ton; The Texas Frontier, 1820-25, by Lester G. Bugbee; and A Bap-
tist Appeal, a document contributed by Dr. J. L. M. Curry.
The leading articles of the Amlerican Historical Review for Jan-
uary are Some Curious Colonial Remedies, by Edward Eggleston;
Maryland's Adoption of the Federal Constitution, II, by Bernard C.
Steiner; Contemporary Opinion of the Virginia and Kentucky Res-
olutions, II, by Frank M.. Anderson; The Rise and FalI of the
Nominating Caucus, Legislative and Congressional, by M. Ostro-
gorski. The documents include certain records relative to the serv-
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