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years 1825-1827. The volumes can be obtained for a nominal
price from the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C.).
The experiences of a Colonel of Infantry. By Charles Judson
Crane, Colonel U. S. Army (Retired). New York: The Knicker-
bocker Press, 1923. Pp. 578. 8vo.
A history of Texas Baptists, comprising a detailed account of
their activities, their progress, and their achievements. By J. M.
Carroll. Edited by J. B. Cranfill. Dallas: Baptist Standard
Publishing Company, 1923. Pp. 1030. 8vo. Ills.
The Gadsden treaty. By Paul Neff Garber. Philadelphia,
1923. Pp. 222. 12mo. (Doctoral thesis at the University of
Westward the Course of Empire. The history of Texas from
exploration to annexation, in a sequence of one-act plays. By
Mary Matlock Griffith. Austin: E. L. Steck Company. 1924.
Making the Texas constitution of 1876. By Seth Shepard
McKay. Philadelphia, 1924. Pp. 195. 8vo. (Doctoral thesis at
the University of Pennsylvania.)
Don Manuel Eduardo de Gorostiza y la cuestion de Texas:
documentos hist6ricos precedidos de una noticia biogr6fica por
Antonio de la Pefia y Reyes, encargado de investigaciones his-
t6ricas diplomaticas en la Secretaria de Relaciones. Exteriores.
Mexico: Secretaria de Ralaciones Exteriores, 1924. Pp. 206. 8vo.
Tejas: La primera desmembraci6n de M6jico. Por Carlos
Pereyra. Madrid: Editorial-America. Pp. 252. 12mo.
A history of early Methodism in Texas, 1817-1866. By Macum
Phelan. Dallas: Cokesbury Press, 1924. Pp. 510. 8vo.
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