The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 41, July 1937 - April, 1938 Page: 279
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Book Notes and Acknowledgments
based on the researches of scholars at the Library," and that the
section headed "Notes and Documents" is to provide for the
"publication of small collections of manuscripts." The subscrip-
tion price will be five dollars a year, or one dollar and fifty cents
for single numbers.
The first number is a sizable volume of one hundred and thirty-
three pages, and contains the following articles: "The 'Gentleman's
Library' in Early Virginia: The Literary Interests of the First
Carters," by Louis B. Wright; "Wordsworth and Coleridge Mar-
ginalia in a Copy of Richard Payne Knight's Analytical Inquiry
Into the Principles of Taste," by Edna Aston Shearer, and a Note
by Julian Ira Lindsay; and "Notes and Documents," which con-
tain Letters of William Henry Allen, 1800-1813: Part One, 1800-
1806, by Edward H. Tatum, Jr., and Marion Tinling.
The appearance of the new periodical will be hailed with great
acclaim by scholars throughout the land, and the facilities available
to the Huntington Library will assure the success of the venture.
The first number indicates that quality will undoubtedly be the
aim of the new periodical.
R. L. B.
The Association acknowledges the receipt of the following:
Cocle, an Archeological Study of Central Panama, Part I, by
Samuel Kirkland Lothrop, which was published by the Peabody
Museum of Archeology and Ethnology of Harvard University
as Volume VII of its Memoirs.
Proceedings of the County Court of Charles County, 1658-1666,
and Manor Court of St. Clements Manor, 1659-1672, published
as Volume 53 of Archives of Maryland, Court Series (6).
Proceedings of the County Courts of Kent (1648-1676), Talbot
(1665-1668), and Somerset (1665-1668) Counties, published as
Volume 54 of Archives of Maryland, Court Series (7). This
volume and the preceding one are published under the authority
of the state and under the direction of the Maryland Historical
Society. J. Hall Pleasants, editor; Louis D. Scisco, associate editor.
R. L. B.
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