The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 8, July 1904 - April, 1905 Page: 195
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Book Reviews and Notices. 195
names of the writers. For instance, selection No. 16 would better
have been entitled "Hunting Wild Horses in Texas (1801);" if
any date is placed after the name of the writer, in this instance if
should be 1816, when, according to the introductory note, Bean
wrote the selection.
The following extract apparently supplies the name of the writer
of selection No. 30, p. 112: "It was during this year  that
the Baptists had the honor of establishing the first Sunday-school
in Texas. It was organized at San Felipe, under the guidance of
T. J. Pilgrim." (Yoakum, II 221.)
In selection No. 46, the writer would prefer to see the term
"general council" used in place of "permanent council;" it is in
keeping with the usage of the council itself after its first few ses-
sions, and is more descriptive of the character of that body.
E. W. WINKLER.
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