The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 45, July 1941 - April, 1942 Page: 254
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254 Southwestern Historical Quarterly
occasions. The spirit and tempo of this period in Texas history
is well expressed by that most delightful South Carolinian,
Francis R. Lubbock, who at twenty-two was made Comptroller
of the Republic. "It was a time of brightness in my life," he
said, "not surpassed by any other period. Society, though mixed
with some rough characters, and without the sheen of later
day finery, was just glorious-and I was young."4'
41Francis R. Lubbock, op. cit., 70.
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