Short Notices

H. E. E.
1913 English Historical Review  
different abode*, iti establishment and internal arrangement*. The four periodi through which the board of trade pawed are dearly described, aa an the arrangements made after its dissolution. Though the accounts of the paper* are of necessity brief, thty are sufficient to help an inquirer in his aearch for spatial knowledge. It is canons to find that ltttars are •till shot oat from public inspection at the racord office which may be studied without hindrance at the British Museum. Mr. Andrews,
more » ... seum. Mr. Andrews, in a valuable appendix, describee fully the proceedings in the passage of a patent through the itaii. Dr. J. Franklin Jameson, the director of the historical department of the Carnegie Institution, of Baatirch, aipicam, on behalf of A-m^wM historical studenta, the cordial thanks of th« depart' meat to the British officials who hare helped in tha production of this volume; tha fo*"^* of students, British DO less *h«n Amfn-if^p, m stall more due to the department itself whioh has undertaken tins work, and especially to its most capable and careful editor. H. B. E.
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