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he new editor and proprietor, C. J. Griffith, Esq., Richmond, Virginia, by whom this quarterly will be hereafter published.
Under the able management of Dr. A, T. Bledsoe and his accomplished daughter, Mrs. S. Bledsoe Herrick, the Review won a wide reputation, which has not suffered during the period since Dr. Bledsoe's death, whDr. Bledsoe's death, when it has been under the management of Mrs. Herrick, who, during her father's life, was accustomed to contribute to the Review articles so original in conception, so able in argument, so full of learning and so fresh and vigorous in style that they were attributed to Dr. Bledsoe himself.
If the present number is a fair specimen Dr. Bledsoe himself.
If the present number is a fair specimen of what we may expect of the Review under its new management, then we predict for it an even wider reputation — not for ability, for that were scarcely possible, but for variety, popular interest and real value as an exponent of Southern thought and Southern literature.
We regret that our limited space will allow us little more th