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Book Reviews and Notices
fonso) to Sr. Osores's Noticias Bio-bibliogrkficas de Alumnos Dis-
tinguidos del Colegio de San Pedro, San Palblo y San Yldefonso
which constitutes volumes XIX and XXI of the first series of the
Documentos Iniditos, etc. This Apnndice "is more than the his-
tory of this college since in it is given a succinct idea of the foun-
dation of all the colleges of the City of Mexico to 1700." This
fact is clearly revealed in the table of contents compiled by Mr.
Castafieda to precede the text of Sr. Osores's Apindice. The items
comprising this table of contents are: Colleges or seminaries of
Mexico; Founders, patrons and benefactors of the College of S.
Ildefonso; Endowed scholarships; Professorships in the College
of S. Ildefonso; Professors, presidents, and academies; Consti-
tutions of the college; Privileges and honors; Literary exercises;
Holidays and religious practices; Plan of studies; Chaplaincies
for the collegians; Library or book collection; Rectors who have
administered the college to Sefior Doctor D. Jos6 Maria Guzman;
Collegians who have been ecclesiastics; Alphabetical index.
The Osores manuscript is amply annotated by the editor, who,
for the work, made extensive use of the 800-folio collection of
notes of the celebrated Mexican historian and collector of the 18th
century, Licenciado Mariano Echevarria y Veytia. These notes
which were made by Veytia in 1756, and which, in their greater
part, relate to the foundation of the first churches, schools and
convents in Mexico, are among the most valuable manuscripts of
the Garcia Collection.
Volume III of the afore-mentioned Nuevos Documentos consists
of the correspondence of General D. Manuel Doblado, parts of
whose archive were published by Garcia in volumes XXVI and
XXXI of the first series. "The letters selected for the present
volume embrace the years 1857 to 1860. In them are encountered
intimate revelations of the principal characters of the war of
La Reforma, as, for example, Ignacio Comonfort, Santos De-
gollado, Guillermo Prieto, Jesfis Gonzales Ortega, Miguel Lerdo de
Tejada, Manuel Payno, and many others."
The nearly century-old struggle for liberalism was prematurely
initiated by G6mez Farias in the early 30s of the last century, but
it was not until past the middle of the century that the truly note-
worthy liberal aims were crystallized and drafted into the new
fundamental law of 1857. Opposition to the liberal program by
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