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BOOK REVIEWS AND NOTICES.
Reconstruction Documents. West Virginia University has is-
sued two reprints entitled respectively The Constitution and the
Ritual of the Knights of the White Camelia, and The Revised and
Amended Prescript of the Ku Klux Klan, edited by Prof. Walter
L. Fleming. These documents are the first of a series to be is-
sued monthly, illustrating the peculiar conditions, social politi-
cal, and economic that prevailed in the Southern States during
The American Historical Review for April (Vol. IX., No. 3)
opens with an account of the annual meeting of the Association
in New Orleans, December 29-31. Five articles follow: Jean,
Ribaut and Queen Elizabelh, by Woodbury Lowery; Frederick the
Great and the American Revolution, by Paul Leland Haworth;
Wilkinson and the Beginning of the Spanish Conspiracy, by Wil-
liam R. Shepherd; Compromises of the Constitution, by Max
Farrand; and The World Aspects of the Louisian Purchase, by
William M. Sloane. The last two were read at the New Orleans
meeting. The Documents printed are: The Interment of Wil-
liam Lovelace, New York, 1671; A Letter of Benjamin Franklin,
1775; William Jackson on Conditions in France, 1794; A Letter
of General James Wilkinson, 1806; and A Letter of Admiral
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