The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 31, July 1927 - April, 1928 Page: 294
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
when it probably passed into the hands of Agreda y Sanchez.
It is to be regretted that the editor did not consult the other
copies which he knew existed and to two of which he had access.
Many of the notes added would have been unnecessary, while
others would have been corrected. The most serious shortcom-
ing of the present publication is the omission of several manu-
scripts listed in the C(allogo de Libros y lVanuscritos of Garcia
The Garcia Icazbalceta collection, one of the finest in Mexico
at the time of the collector's death, has been dispersed. The
Catdlogo is a well deserved tribute to one of Mexico's most distin-
guished scholars, and it will always be a useful guide to the col-
lector and student of sixteenth century Mexico. C. E. C.
Bunker's Monthly, the Magazine of Texas, edited by Peter
Molyneaux, made its initial appearance January, 1928. Besides
numerous articles on current Texas topics, it contains two histori-
cal articles. The first, written by Mr. Molyneaux, reviews the
occupation of Nacogdoches by United States troops in 1836. The
second, by P. M. Newmill, tells the story of the duel that Stephen
F. Austin almost fought in 1817. The magazine is of fine ap-
pearance and of promising interest and value.
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