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2J. C. G. Kennedy, A Preliminary Report on the Eighth Census
(Washington, 1864), 63.
3Statistics of the Population of the United States at the Tenth Census
(Washington, 1883), Table XXIII, 372.
(a) If the second reference immediately follows the first, use ibid.
lRoscoe P. Conkling and Margaret B. Conkling, The Butterfield Over-
land Mail, 1857-1869 (3 vols.; Glendale, 1947), I, 95.
(b) Use the author's last name and short title if there is a different
intervening reference. Do not use op. cit. and loc. cit.
1William Curry Holden, Alkali Trails: or Social and Economic Move-
ments of the Texas Frontier, 1846-z9oo (Dallas, 1930), 238; Reed, His-
tory of Texas Railroads, 733.
2Holden, Alkali Trails, 224.
(c) If the year is a part of the title, the entire title should be re-
iReport of the Commissioner of Agriculture for the Year 1870 (Wash-
ington, 1871), 245-
2Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture for the Year 1875 (Wash-
ington, 1876), 422.
1Darius Gregg to George M. Patrick, July 3, 1835 (MS., Deed Records
of Harris County, County Clerk's Office, Houston), A, 76-77.
SElection certificates of Clement C. Dyer and Lorenzo de Zavala,
October 8, 1835 (MSS., Election Returns, Archives, Texas State Library).
3Nacogdoches Archives (transcripts, Archives, University of Texas
Library), LXIII, 28, 31, 35.
4Undated clipping, Williamson County Scrapbook (William L. Mann
Papers, Archives, University of Texas Library).
5A. Briscoe to Thomas J. Rusk, January 3o, 1837 (MS., Domestic
Correspondence of the Secretary of State, Archives, Texas State Library).
6T. W. Gregory to E. M. House, November 16, 1898 (Microfilm Collec-
tion, E. M. House Papers, Archives, University of Texas Library).
7U. S. Seventh Census, 1850 (MSS., Returns of Schedule 5, Products of
Industry, for Victoria County, Texas, Archives, Texas State Library).
Letters and Manuscripts in Private Collections:
1R. B. Blake (ed.), Selected Letters and Papers of Judge Charles S.
Taylor of Nacogdoches, Texas (typescript in possession of L. W. Kemp,
Houston), I, 47-
2Pattie Lockwood Ingersoll, Recollections of General Ranald Slidell
Mackenzie (typescript in possession of W. B. Booth, San Antonio).
BList compiled from histories of the early lodges approved or pub-
lished by the Grand Lodges of the states concerned (MS. in possession
of the writer).
(a) First reference
1J. B. Nabers to B. L., signed statement, January 28, 1949 (Archives,
University of Texas Library).
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