The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 19, July 1915 - April, 1916 Page: 443
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Book Reviews and Notices
negro tales, school boys' slang, play-party songs, and wild horse
stories are some of the subjects treated of in the papers.
A Pioneer Presbyterian Preacher in Texas: The Rev. Hugh
Wilson, D. D., by Edward M. Browder, of Dallas. This small
pamphlet contains a biography first printed in the Texas Presby-
terian, January, 1916.
The Texas History Teachers' Bulletin, IV, No. 2 (February,
1916), contains extracts from the minutes of the ayuntamiento
of San Felipe de Austin for March, 1828, which illustrate some
features of local government in Texas under Mexican rule. The
selection is translated from the original manuscript volumes in
the General Land Office and edited by Professor Barker, of the
University of Texas.
John Tyler, Tenth President of the United States, is the title
of an address delivered by Armistead C. Gordon at the dedica-
tion, October 12, 1915, of the monument erected by Congress in
Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia, in memory of Presi-
dent Tyler. It is issued in pamphlet form by the committee in
charge of the dedicatory exercises, as Senate Document No. 256,
64th Congress, 1st session, and it appears in the Alumni Bulletin
of the University of Virginia (Third Series), IX, No. 1, Pp.
Jefferson Davis and Repudiation in Mississippi, by John Doug-
lass Van Horne (Glyndon, Maryland, privately printed), is a well
written review of evidence acquitting Davis of the charge of
favoring repudiation of State debts in Mississippi.
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