The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 15, July 1911 - April, 1912 Page: 87
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Book Reviews and Notices
BOOK REVIEWS AND NOTICES
The Association has received from Rev. George L. Crockett,
Rector of Christ's Church, San Augustine, Texas, a file of The
Red-Lander, complete, except for one or two numbers, from Oc-
tober 2, 1845, to April 9, 1846. This paper was published at San
The following is the title of a pamphlet recently issued:
Account of the removal of the remains of Stephen F. Austin from
Peach Point Cemetery in Brazoria County, Texas, to State Ceme-
tery, Austin, Texas, October 18 to 20, 1910. The pamphlet was
compiled by Guy M. Bryan, Jr., of Houston, and contains 56
The Bulletin of the Virginia State Library for January, 1911,
contains a "List of the Official Publications of the Confederate
Government in the Virginia State Library and the Library of the
Confederate Memorial Society." In an introduction other impor-
tant bibliographies in this field are mentioned, and the libraries
possessing extensive collections are named. In an appendix are
reprinted four reports made by the Superintendent of Public
Printing of the Confederacy.
Translations of Early Texas Session Laws.-The State Library
has recently secured by purchase three rare items belonging to the
early legal bibliography of the Republic and State of Texas. The
most valuable of these is a translation into Spanish of 116 of the
important general laws passed by the first three Congresses of the
Republic of Texas, 1836-1841. The volume was printed at Hous-
ton in 1841 and the translation was made by S. P. Andrews. In
addition to the laws, it contains translations of the Declaration
of November 7, 18'35, of the Plan and Powers of the Provisional
Government of 'Texas, of the Declaration of Independence, and
of the Constitution, adopted March 17, 1836.
The second item is a translation into German, printed in Roman
type, of 101 of the general laws of the third session of the State
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