The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 41, July 1937 - April, 1938 Page: 71
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Historical Association, July, 1897-April, 1937
MILLER, CLARENCE H. Pleading in the District and County
Courts of Texas, by John C. Townes, V, 255-257.
TOWNES, JOHN C. Batts' Annotated Revised Civil Statutes of
Texas, by R. L. Batts, II, 86-87. The Laws of Texas, Vol. IV,
compiled and arranged by H. P. N. Gammel, II, 317-318.
The Laws of Texas, 1822-1897, compiled and arranged by
H. P. N. Gammel, Vol. VIII, in IV, 152-154; Vol. IX, in
V, 63-65; Vol. X, in V, 258-259.
W., P. L. Analytical Index to the Laws of Texas, 1823-1900,
by C. W. Raines, X, 280-281.
UNSIGNED: Revised Civil Statutes of the State of Texas (Regular
Session of the 32nd Legislature, 1911), XVI, 220. General
Laws of the State of Texas (Regular Session of the 33rd
Legislature, 1913), XVII, 97-98.
BARKER, E. C. Athanase Mezieres and the Louisiana-Texas
Frontier, 1768-1780, edited by Herbert E. Bolton, XVIII,
219-221. A History of the Western Boundary of the Louisiana
Purchase, 1819-1841, by Thomas Maitland Marshall, XIX,
100-103. Pichardo's Treatise on the Limits of Louisiana and
Texas, edited and annotated by Chas. W. Hackett, Vol. I, in
XXXV, 243-245; Vol. II, in XXXIX, 148-149. Zebulon
Pike's Arkansaw Journal: In Search of the Southern Louisiana
Purchase Line, edited by Stephen Harding Hart and Archer
Butler Hulbert, XXXVII, 149-151.
BOLTON, H. E. Dos Antiguas Relaciones de la Florida, by Genaro
Garcia, VI, 255-256. The Napoleonic Exiles in America, by
Jesse S. Reeves, IX, 142-143. Spanish and French Rivalry in
the Gulf Region of the United States, 1678-1702: The Begin-
nings of Texas and Pensacola, by William Edward Dunn,
FLIPPEN, PERCY SCOTT. Arredondo's Historical Proof of Spain's
Title to Georgia, by Herbert E. Bolton, XXIX, 157-158.
FULMORE, Z. T. Was Texas a Part of the Louisiana Purchase?,
by J. R. Ficklen, V, 259-262.
HACKETT, C. W. The Spanish Borderlands: A Chronicle of Old
Florida and the Southwest, by H. E. Bolton, XXVI, 71-73.
VILLAVASO, MRS. ERNEST J. Social Life in Old New Orleans:
Being Recollections of My Girlhood, by Eliza Ripley, XVI,
UNSIGNED: The Aaron Burr Conspiracy, by Walter Flavius Mc-
Caleb, VII, 235-236. The Constitutional History of the
Louisiana Purchase, by E. S. Brown, XXI, 105.
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