The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 14, July 1910 - April, 1911 Page: 169
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Notes and Fragments.
Professor Lomax particularly desires information concerning
the romance of "Mustang Gray," and wishes to complete the Texas
revolutionary ballad which begins:
To Houston at Gonzales town
Ride, Ranger, for your life;
Nor stop nor stay
This day to say
Good-bye to child or wife.
Judge Z. T. Fulmore, whose sketch of General Volney E.
Howard appears in this number of THE QUARTERLY, is preparing
a volume, which will be published during the winter by Rand,
McNally & Company, giving in compendious form the history of
the county names of Texas.
Mrs. Adele B. Looscan is preparing for THE QUARTERLY a his-
tory of Harris county. It will be based largely on the records in
the country clerk's office. This is an important phase of local
history, and it is to be hoped that other members of the Associa-
tion will take up the work in their own counties.
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