The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 5, July 1901 - April, 1902 Page: 266
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266 Texas Historical Association Quarterly.
ington. So I conclude that I am correct in assuming that he could
not have performed the trip in less than four days; and therefore
that, as he arrived at Washington on the sixth, he left the Alamo
soon after midnight on the morning of March the third.
I deem the time of Smith's departure from the Alamo a subject
of special importance, because it directly bears upon the proof of
the reality of Travis's speech as orally reported by Rose and pub-
lished by me.
W. P. ZUBER.
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