The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 16, July 1912 - April, 1913 Page: 221
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Reviews and Notices
some interesting passages. The date, however, is incorrect; in all
probability the correct date is January 5, 1843. The Diary of
Judge Hutchinson, a fellow prisoner, printed in TI-IE QUARTERLY,
XIII, 294-313, furnishes several reasons for this conjecture.
E. W. W.
The growing interest in the late 0. Henry is shown by the re-
cent appearance of the following articles by Harry P. Steger:
"Some of 0. Henry's letters and the Plunlkville Patriot," in the
Independent, September 5, 1912, p. 543-47; "0. Henry-New Facts
About the Great Author," in the Cosmopolitan, October, 1912, p.
955-57. "Recollections of 0. Henry" by George P. Warner ap-
peared in The Texas Magazine, August, 1912, p. 322.
A Family of Millers and Stewarts. By Dr. Robert F. Miller.
Printed privately, 1909. Folio, Pp. 64. This volume contains a
good biographical sketch of the Rev. James Weston Miller, D. D.,
a nestor of the Presbyterian Church in Texas. The sermon
preached by Dr. Miller at the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Synod
of Texas, in November, 1876, is reproduced.
The Call of the New Soulh. Edited by James E. McCulloch.
Nashville: Southern Sociological Congress, 1912. 8vo, Pp. 387.
The above title has been given to the addresses delivered at the
initial meeting of the Southern Sociological Congress, held at
Nashville, May 7-10, 1912.
'The following articles have recently appeared in The Texas Mag-
azine (Houston) : The Bohemian Farmers of Texas, by LeRoy
Hodges (June); The Texas Overland Mail, by Mrs. Lipscomb
Norvell (July); Japanese Farmers in Texcas, by W. Jett Lauck
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