The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 16, July 1912 - April, 1913 Page: 438
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The Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Texas. 1912. Pp. 400). A more extended notice will appear in
the July number.
Mr. Edward W. Heusinger, of San Antonio, has ready for press
a volume, entitled "Mission Ruins in Texas."
In the William and Mary College Quarterly for October, 1912,
is printed a letter from James Hamilton to Thomas W. Gilmer,
dated Columbia, June 3, 1838, in regard to a foreign loan for the
Republic of Texas.
In The American Historical Review for January, 1913. George
L. Rives has an article entitled "Mexican Diplomacy on the Eve
of the War with the United States."
The Texas Magazine (Houston) for January, 1913, contains an
article by Julia Beazley on "Ashbel Smith, physician, orator, sol-
dier, scholar, philosopher and statesman"; the number for Febru-
ary contains a brief article by H. M. McDougall on "Rare Con-
federate Stamps," which refers to certain issues by Texas post-
offices; the March number contains a brief sketch of James Kemp
Holland, a Mexican War veteran, by Annie J. Holland.
Two letters of Elisabet Ney are printed in the Austin States-
mnan of January 20, 1913.
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