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pensable aid in the common single-semester course on Latin-
American government and politics.
HORACE V. HARRISON
The University of Texas
The Texas State Historical Association has received Volume
X of the Sir William Johnson Papers published by the Division
of Archives and History of the University of the State of New
Dr. Albert B. Corey, the director, states in the preface that
this volume covers the period from September, 1758, through
December, 1763, inclusive, and that it parallels Volume III and
a part of Volume IV of the Johnson Papers supplementing and
filling out the picture of those years.
The sources of the contents are listed, the location or owner-
ship of all documents is given, and much new material has been
obtained and included. Dr. Milton W. Hamilton is responsible
for the excellent editing and reviewing of this valuable collection.
The American Numismatic Society has published Monograph
No. 114 entitled Bank Note Reporters and Counterfeit Detectors
1826-1866 with a Discourse on Wildcat Banks and Wildcat Bank
Notes by W. H. Dillistin. This study covers a period and deals
with a development in banking in the United States that has
been neglected or overlooked. It should be of considerable in-
terest to students of financial history.
The State Department of Archives and History of North
Carolina under the editorship of David Leroy Corbitt has pub-
lished Public Addresses and Papers of Robert Gregg Cherry,
Governor of North Carolina, 1945-1949. Included are messages
to the general assembly, public addresses, appointments, and
statements for the press. Exclusive of the index there are 1 oo9
Builders of Good Will, the Story of the State Agents of Negro
Education in the South, 191ro-95z, by S. L. Smith is a recent
publication received by the Association. This volume is an
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