RENEW ! RENEW ! RENEW AT ONCE ! is our earnest request of the large number of subscribers whose subscriptions expire with this number.
Our terms are $3 per annum in advance, and we beg a prompt compliance.
THE TWO BOUND VOLUMES of the Papers for 1876 we mail at the exceeding low rate of $2 per volume in cloth, $2.25 in half morocco, or $2.50 in half calf.
Or if subscribers will send us the full set for the year in good condition,
we will exchange them for the bound volumes, charging only FIFTY CENTS
per volume for the cloth, SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for the half morocco, and ONE DOLLAR for the half calf. The binding is very neat, and we furnish it at very low rates to accomodate our subscribers.
A FEW FAILURES to receive the numbers of our Papers regularly are reported at our office. We are very particular in mailing to each subscriber, and are satisfied that in most instances the failure arises from no fault of ours. But we beg that subscribers will report promptly at this office any failures that may occur, and they shall be promptly corrected.
THE CONFEDERATE ROSTER, prepared by Colonel Charles C. Jones, Jr., formerly of Savannah, now of New York (our monthly instalment of which is crowded out of the present number), will be completed in, perhaps, two more numbers.
The author then designs giving it a thorough revision before it is issued in
separate book form. Comparatively few mistakes have yet been discovered,
but we desire to repeat that Colonel Jones is extremely anxious to make it
as complete and accurate as possible, and would esteem it a favor if persons
detecting errors or omissions, would write at once to this office, or direct to Colonel C. C. Jones, Jr., box 5549, New York city.
"F" COMPANY ASSOCIATION, Richmond, Virginia, has been duly organized for purposes "at once fraternal, historical and reverential," and all of the surviving members of this gallant old corps are requested to communicate at once with the treasurer, Mr. Philip J. Wright, No. 1115 East Main street, Richmond.
The following officers were elected: Major Charles R. Skinker, President; Colonel James R. Crenshaw, First Vice-President ; Captain Maxwell T. Clarke, Second Vice-President; Major Thomas A. Brander, Third Vice-President; R. A. Brock, Secretary; Philly J. Wright, Treasurer.
We cordially commend the association and its objects, and beg that they will send us their history so soon as it shall have been put into proper shape.
MR. BAIRD'S REVIEW of the history of the Count of Paris, near the close of page 221, contains the following language: "and the false English, and confused style which very worthily set off the matter of this work." Mr.