The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 5, July 1901 - April, 1902 Page: 162
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medieval Italian republics. The Risings in the English Monastic
Towns in 1327, by Norman M. Trenholme, is a study of the strug-
gles of the medieval monastic towns to obtain franchises from
their lords, the monks. Two leading papers are on American his-
tory. H. P. Biggar contributes The French H-akluyt; Marc Lescar-
bot of Vervins, in which he describes and critically discusses the
writings of Lescarbot, whom he calls "the first historian of New
France." The Transition from Dutch to English Rule in New
York, by Albert E. McKinley, is a study in institutional history.
Three sets of documents are printed, namely: Letters of Dr.
Thomas Cooper, 1825-1832; Letters on the Nullification Movement
in South Carolina, 1830-1834, I; and A Ministerial Crisis in
France, 1876. Professor Albert Bushnell Hart contributes A
Trial Bibliography of American Diplomacy, that will no doubt
prove very useful to students.
The Proceedings of the Texas Veterans' Association at the Twen-
ty-eighth Annual Reunion, and The Proceedings of the Tenth An-
nual Meeting of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas have been
received. The meetings named were held contemporaneously-
which is the custom of the two organizations-in Austin, April 20-
22, 1901. The Proceedings of the Veterans contains reports of the
addresses of welcome made by Mayor White, President Prather, and
Mr. J. W. Dibrell; the response for the Veterans by ex-Governor
Lubbock, and that for the Daughters by Mrs. Nellie Steadman Cox;
and the memorial sermon by Rev. C. P. Goodson. The total mem-
bership of the Association is given at ninety-four, thirty-nine being
men, and fifty-five women. The death roll for the year previous
amounts to eighteen. The Proceedings of the Daughters contains
the response by Mrs. Nellie Steadman Cox already mentioned; the
address of Mrs. Urwitz as presiding officer; the reports of the sec-
retary, the assistant secretary, and the treasurer; the minutes of the
executive committee; the historian's report; the report of the pres-
entation of a Texas flag to the State University by the Daughters,
including, among other things, the address of presentation by Sena-
tor J. A. Beall, and that of acceptance by Chairman T. S. Hender-
son of the Board of Regents; the letter of President Prather offer-
ing a prize of one hundred dollars for the best historic song or
poem on The Texas Flag; the reports of the various chapters; the
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