The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 6, July 1902 - April, 1903 Page: 254
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254 Texas Historical Association Quarterly.
BOOK REVIEWS AND NOTICES.
The November issue of Publications of the Southern History
Association (Vol. VI, No. 6) is devoted entirely to the publication
of documents and book reviews. The documents are: "A South-
ern Sulky Ride in 1837"- from Taboro, North Carolina, to Ala-
bama-(to be continued); "General Sumter and his Neighbors"
(concluded); and "Early Quaker Records in Virginia" (con-
Out West, which in the past has published numerous sources
bearing on the history of Spanish activities in the West, has now
turned to the history of the English in that quarter. The Novem-
ber number (Vol. XVII, No. 5) begins a series of documents enti-
tled Early English Voyages to the Pacific Coast of America
(From their own and contemporary accounts.) The first number
is the story of Sir Francis Drake's voyage to the Pacific, from a
contemporary English account. The editor promises the resump-
tion of the publication of translations from the Ramirez collection.
The October number of the American Historical Review (Vol.
VIII, No. 1) contains The Financial Relations of the Knights
Templars to the English Crown, by Eleanor Ferris; Habeas Corpus
in the Colonies, by A. H. Carpenter; John Quincy Adams and the
Monroe Doctrine, II, by Worthington C. Ford; and Lincoln and
the Patronage, by Carl R. Fish. We are told by the author that the
last named article "is a by-product of a work on the history of the
patronage." The documents published in this number are:
English Policy Toward America in 1790-1791, II; Two Letters of
Richard Cromwell, 1659; A Letter of Marquis de La Fayette, 1781;
and A Letter of Alexander H. Stephens, 1854.
The following is the table of contents of The Gulf States His-
torical Magazine for November, 1902 (Vol. I, No. 3) :
"The Necessity for a New Life of Andrew Jackson," by Arthur
S. Colyar; "The Continuity of Constitutional Government in Mex-
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