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March 29, 1898 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY

of volume 1 he gives a sketch of the 3eforeo&H 7= gYour
document, and on page 262 a reproduc-
tion of Font's map of his route. John
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during Russell Bartlett in hia Narrative of
the Callege year, at the United States and Mexican Boun-
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. dory Commission, i850-1353," :: h B e r
IOcu~: Timnes building, 329 S. Main St. largely from this journal. He stat h e B rry.m.a n
Telephone(NewSatel189. that he obtained a copy of it from Dr.
MANAGING NDITOH Randall in Monterey, with the mail,
J. F. THOMAS, '00 L.
-- which, he says, is of great value, and (Successor to Gibson & Cla
BUSINESS MANAGER
0. I1. HANs,'00 L. the existence of which was not known
EDITORS btfore. Following is an account of Gov 112 West Huron Street, Ant
H1, B. SILLMAN, '98 L., Athletics. (Felch's copy, as obtained from his
E. L. GEIsMER, '93 L, R. S. DANFORTH, '98 daughters, Mrs. Grant and Mrs.Cole:
BUTLER LAMB,'00. T. R. WOODROw, '% "A tomat Cstholic priest in chose
I. A. CAMPBELL, '00. Allas CAMPBELL, '98
F. ENGELHARD,'98. F. D. EAsIAN,'00 1 ossession was the original of the jour- FINE TAILORI'N
P. W. JONEs, 199' nal, made the copy and gave it to Gov.
Felch. Not long afterwards the orig- Our line of Spring Woolens is now complete,E
inal disappeared and has never been est and most exclusive novelties.
found. A few years ago a gentleman Our garments wherever seen will be appreci
The subscription price of the Daily is $2.50 critics as strictly correct.
for the college year, with a regular delivery in San Francisco wrote Gov. Fetch to
before noon each dy. Notices, communica- We respectfully invite your inquiry.
lions, and other mater intended for publica- send his copy to him lay express so that We do onl a fine trade.
Lion must be handed in at the Daily office be- Weydo onlygafineetrade.
fre 8 p. in., or mailed to Cle editor before 3 a copy of it night be muds ar suse We carry but one patterr of a novelty in stoct
p. m., o the day revious to that on which library there. Gov. Fech did not send Garments bearing Olr Isbel preooed gratis.
thev are exsected to apear. Gret ern u ae rse rts
Subscriptions may be left at The Daily it for fear it might be lost, but made
Office Meyer's or Stoffiet's Newstand, or
with Ausiness Manager. Subribers will cot- ' COpy himself and sent that.
ter a favor by reporting prom py at this BsC FIL-
o Rice au failure of carriers to deliver paper The map in the volume here a5cei-
dently a reproduction, being sn tracing
Ex.-Gov. Felch Collection. . New Phone 43.
_____puper. It is breaking up a little, but

3PECT TAE WORK
AT.
Studio
ark)
n Arbor.
embracing all the swell-
ated and pronounced by
k.
106 East Huron Street

( Continued frons first page.)
motto there is this line from Shak-
speare:
"Oh! that record is lively in my soul!"
The pamphlets of minor 'mportance
that have been classified and bound in
volumes are on a great variety of sub-
jects, as the "Public Lands," "Mexican
War," "Trade and Commerce, ""The
'Tariff," "The Finances," "Party Pol-
itics," "Slavery,"' "The Navy," "A Pa-
rific Railroad," "Patents," "The Civil
War," etc., etc.
I have made special mention of a few
of those that seem to me of the most
interest, but I int by no means confi-
dent that a better selection cotld not
be made. I am sure, however, that on
account of the times in which they were
produced and the subjects of which
they treat they form a collection of the
greatest value, and ane which it would
be hard to duplicate.
Gov. Felch's bequest also adds to our
scanty stock of manuscript. The record
of the work of the board of commis-
sioners for the settlement of the land
claims in California for the time he
was a member of it (1852-1856) appears
in five folio volumes, viz:
"Opinions of the Board," three v i-
umes, pages 365, 557 and 450.
"Decisions of the Board,"' two vul-
umes, pages 141 and 211.
The writing in these volutmes is by
several hands, but is generally ood and
easily read. I do nat know in what
other shape these records exist, but its
no other shape can they have more
authority, and their importance is
therefore great.
A more interesting document yet is
the following:
"Journal of a tour to and fro over-
land from San Miguel de, Orcasitas
Sonora, to the bay of San Francisco,
Cal.,, in the years 1775-6." By Padre
Fray Pedro Font, Neilson script, Mon-
terey, Cal.,, 1854.
This journal is one of the important
authorities for the early history of Cal-
ifornia. It is referred to by Humboldt
and by Schoolcraft. Herbert Bancroft
makes frequent reference to it in his
"History of California" On page 259

can be restored by a muslin backing.
The script of the volume is beautiful
and as easily read as print.
RAYMOND C. DAVIS,
librariass.
Ann Arbor, March 22, 1893.
Harvard s to have a new dormitory
to cost $50,000. It will contain fifty
suites.
The original charter of the Harvard
chapter of Phi Beta Kappa fraternity,
which was lost several years ago, w.aa
recently recovered at a sale of antiqui-
ties in Boston.
The entire collection of the Cyrus W1.
Field papers, relating to the apying of
the first Atlantic cable, has now be-
come the property of the Nationail Mtu-
seum in Washington.
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and Guitar. Instructor I the University
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We regret that the delivery of the DAILY cannot be
FREE-financial reasons prevent-of course you under-
stand. But we heg leave here to announce our spring
offer with the positive statement that it will be the last of
the year. No more special rates. We quote you the paper
for the BASE BALL SFASON-that is till cnd of semester at
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