Wlliam Gilmore Simms
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Transcription 102 THE SIMMS LETTERS 493a : TO THOMAS CAUTE REYNOLDS'
Charleston July 6. 1849.
Hon. T. C. Reynolds. dear Sir
It will give me great pleasure to recieve from your brother the Review of El Buscapie, of which you speak.' His contributions, as well as your own, I trust to make always welcome to the pages of 'our Review'. If sent to the Publisher, J. S. Burges, Charleston, by the 15th. August, and not too long, I should find a place for it, I believe, in our October issue. If sooner the better. Our July number has been published, & is no doubt already in your hands. I trust that you are again quietly settled down at your old pursuits. With much respect, but in some haste, I am
Very truly Yours &c W. Gilmore Simms 495a : To BRANTZ MAYER
Charleston S. C. July 13. [1849]'
Hon. B. Mayer.' dear Sir.
Indisposition alone has prevented me from answering your letter in regard to your late contribution for the South. Quarterly. But I have been by no means regardless of your interests. As soon as I recieved your communication, I covered it to Mr. Burges, the

493a
'See introductory sketch of the Reynolds brothers. At the top of this letter Reynolds wrote: "Received at Richmond July 9th. 1849."
James Lawrence Reynolds (see introductory sketch of the Reynolds brothers) published an article entitled "El Buscapie" (signed "J. L. R.") in the Southern Quarterly Review, XVl (Oct. 1849), 205-223.
495a
'Dated by Simms' remarks concerning payment for Mayer'. contribution to the Southern Quarterly Review, his article entitled "Origin of the War with Mexico." See letters to Mayer of Feb. 27 and Mar. 10 (470a and 473h).
2Simms wrote Mayr.