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copies of this paper, bearing above date. Each copy was printed
in four columns on the plain side of a figured wall paper. But
each differed from the other. For purpose of reference they will
be designated as A, B, and C. A and B belong to the Texas
State Library; C belongs to a student of the University of Texas.
The printed surface of A is nine and nine-sixteenths inches by
seventeen and nine-sixteenths inches, of B it is eight and three-
fourth inches by thirteen and one-half inches, and of C it is, nine
and seven-sixteenths inches by seventeen and five-sixteenths
inches. A and C agree in number, order, and arrangement of
the paragraphs, but the style of type used is different; conse-
quently the matter does not correspond line for line. B is smaller
in size, but uses a type about the same size as C, hence it became
necessary to omit a portion of the text. From, the copies in hand
it is not possible to ascertain which, if any, is an original issue.
A may be an original; the others are copies and, of course, more
recent. E. W. WINKLER.
Mr. W. Jack Bryan, through Mrs. Looscan, has presented to
the Association a number of rare pamphlets. The most impor-
tant are: "A campaign from Santa F6 to the Mississippi; being
A History of the Old Sibley Brigade," by Theo. Noel, Fourth
Texas Cavalry (Shreveport, 1865); "'Proceedings of the Demo-
cratic State Convention of Texas" held in Galveston, April 2,
1860 (Galveston, 1860); "Statement of the Proceedings of the
Convention of the National Democratic Party Held in Charleston,
in April, 186'0, that Led to the Withdrawal of Certain Delegates,
and Proceedings of the Delegates that Withdrew" (Charleston,
1860); "Report of the Committee on Federal Relations Relative
to the Admission of Kansas into the Federal Union," printed by
order of the Texas Legislature (Austin, 1858).
Spanish and French Rivalry in the Gulf Region of the United
Slates. 1678-1702: the Beginnings of Texas and Pensacola is the
title of a volume by Dr. William Edward Dunn, and published
as a Bulletin by the University of Texas. It will be reviewed by
Professor Bolton in the October number of the QUARTERLY.
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