I am obliged to your attention in regard to the names of writers of the articles. 2
I have just read an article in the Statesman of yr city on the March No. The writer of it complains that we review books that have been published a good while. I cannot believe however that he very sincerely disapproves this practice--since his own article on the March No is published on the 9th of April several days after the April No. was out. 3
W. C. BRYANT
I send also a sentence or two about Mr Cubi's proposed work which I suppose may go in at the end of the list of New publications. 4
MANUSCRIPT: BPL ADDRESS: Mr. Charles Folsom / Editor of the U. S. Review / Care of Bowles & Dearborn / Boston / Goff.
New York Apl. 12, 1827.
I send you Notices of Tor Hill & another book. 1 If the article about the Fine Arts in the reign of Charles V is not printed I think it would not be best to do it--for I have just seen it in a Weekly newspaper-- 2
W C BRYANT
MANUSCRIPT: BPL ADDRESS: Charles Folsom Esq / Editor of the U. S. Review Care of Bowles & Dearborn / Boston / Drop this in Post Office.
[ New York, ante May 1, 1827]
I send you a review of Mercer's discourse &c by Miss Robbins. 1 I shall pay for this article myself and it will therefore be included in my 20 pages. I also send a piece of poetry by Ianthe--(Miss Manley). 2
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Publication information: Book title: The Letters of William Cullen Bryant. Volume: 1. Contributors: William Cullen Bryant II - Editor, Thomas G. Voss - Editor, William Cullen Bryant - Author. Publisher: Fordham University Press. Place of publication: New York. Publication year: 1975. Page number: 239.
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