MANUSCRIPT: BPL ADDRESS: Mr. Charles Folsom /Editor of the U S. Review / Care of Bowles, & Dearborn / Boston.
[ New York, c June 5, 1827]
I shall send a notice of the Prairie, 1 & by and by something about Keppel's Travels. The rest of the books mentioned in Mr. Wigglesworth's letters I am willing to leave to you.
There are several works published your way which you do not "seize upon," some of them American works: Johnston Narrative, Porter Analysis of Delivery-- Miss Bowdlen, Rambles in Germany &c. &c. &c.-- What do you mean to do with all these?
I sent 3 months ago a review of Lindley Murray's Life. I have not heard of it since. 2 I sent also in some of the last days of last April a review of Mercer's Discourse on Education as a part of my contributions for the June No. Will you inform me whether you have received it? 3
The enclosed is the rest of Mr. Morse's article on the Exhibition-- Mr. S. F. B Morse the painter & president of the National Academy. --He is to be kept anonymous. It is of the utmost importance that the article should appear in the July No. If the whole cannot be got in it may be partial. 4 I shall write again this week.--
W C BRYANT