The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 31, July 1927 - April, 1928 Page: 220
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It appears that Gray attended almost every session of the con-
vention and his notes, although brief, constitute an invaluable
supplement to the record.
Kennedy, William, Texas. London, 1841.
Linn, John J., Reminiscences of Fifty Years in Texas. Victoria,
Potter, R. M., The Texas Revolution, pamphlet, undated, but a
letter of Potter's bound with it indicates that it was written
Story, Joseph, Commentary on the Constilution. Boston, 1833:
Wharton, C. R., The Republic of Texas. Houston, 1922.
Wortham, Louis J., A History of Texas. Fort Worth, 1924.
Zuber, W. P. A clipping from the Galveston News, undated.
The article gives a review of the history connected with the Texas
Declaration of Independence, and was prepared at the request of
the Texas Independence Monument Association, to be read at the
exercises of the Association which were to have been held in June,
1899, but which were postponed because of floods and apparently
never held. As a young man on his way to the army Zuber visited
the convention. HI-Is description of the surroundings under which
the body met may have some historical value.
The following newspapers were examined, but did not furnish
Arkansas Advocate (became the Arkansas State Gazette, October
11, 1836) files from January 26, 1836, to October 10, 1837. Little
Augusta Chronicle, March 5, 1836, to June 5, 1836.
Cincinnali Chronicle, October 1, 1836, to September 30, 1837.
The Courier, Charleston, March 15, 1836, to May 21, 1836.
Daily Constitutionalist, Augusta, Georgia, October, 1835, to
April 1, 1836.
Louisville Journal, June 20, 1836, to August 30, 1836.
National Intelligencer, June 8, 1836, to December 8, 1836.
Porlsmouth Journal, for all of 1836, a few numbers are missing.
Telegraph and Texas Register, San Felipe de Austin and
Columbia, November, 1835, to April, 1836; August, 1836, on
through 1837. The copies of this paper for March, 1836, have
but little information about the convention.
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