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 Collection: Moses and Stephen F. Austin Papers
[Transcript of Letter from R. W. Wells to J. F. and S. Perry, July 21, 1830]

[Transcript of Letter from R. W. Wells to J. F. and S. Perry, July 21, 1830]

Date: July 21, 1830
Creator: unknown
Description: Copy of transcript for a letter from R. W. Wells to James F. Perry and S. Perry, in which Wells explains that he has been tasked with collecting a debt but that he is experiencing difficulty in locating the necesssary persons. Wells acknowledges Perry's desire to avoid frivolous lawsuits, but informs Perry that Campbell is completely insolvent and requests direction regarding whether or not to sue Campbell once he is found.
Contributing Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
[Transcript of Letter from Mozea Rousseau to Stephen F. Austin, September 1830]

[Transcript of Letter from Mozea Rousseau to Stephen F. Austin, September 1830]

Date: September 1830
Creator: unknown
Description: Copy of transcript for a letter from Mozea Rousseau to Stephen F. Austin, in which Rousseau expresses his disappointment and frustration with Austin and complains of unfair treatment regarding the location of his land. Rousseau appeals to Austin for assurances that there will be no future interference with attempts to procure a piece of land in a decent location.
Contributing Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
[Transcript of Invoice for Domestic Items sold to J. and M. Brown and M. D. Lewis, October 7, 1830]

[Transcript of Invoice for Domestic Items sold to J. and M. Brown and M. D. Lewis, October 7, 1830]

Date: October 7, 1830
Creator: unknown
Description: Copy of transcript for an invoice for domestic items purchased by J. and M. Brown and M. D. Lewis, including: ticking, gingham, thread and shawls.
Contributing Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
[Transcript of Letter from Chamberlain Jones to Stephen F. Austin, October 10, 1830]

[Transcript of Letter from Chamberlain Jones to Stephen F. Austin, October 10, 1830]

Date: October 10, 1830
Creator: unknown
Description: Copy of transcript for a letter from Chamberlain Jones to Stephen F. Austin, in which Chamberlain informs Austin that he has purchased part of John Cummings' interest in the silver mine on the Trinity River. Jones requests further information regarding plans to put bring the mine into production, as well as, the current value of the mineral. Jones also suggests to Austin that would be to the benefit of the enterprise to arrange a meeting of the shareholders in the coming year.
Contributing Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
[Transcript of Letter from Francis Moore to Stephen F. Austin, September 27, 1830]

[Transcript of Letter from Francis Moore to Stephen F. Austin, September 27, 1830]

Date: September 27, 1830
Creator: unknown
Description: Copy of transcript for a letter from Francis Moore to Stephen F. Austin, in which Moore explains that he has not been in San Felipe to obtain the title for his land because he is awaiting word that the survey has been completed - at which time he plans to travel to San Felipe to obtain the land title.
Contributing Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
[Transcript of Letter from N. Hutchison to James Perry, August 7, 1830]

[Transcript of Letter from N. Hutchison to James Perry, August 7, 1830]

Date: August 7, 1830
Creator: unknown
Description: Copy of transcript for a letter from N. Hutchison to James F. Perry, in which Hutchison expresses his concern over recent changes to the colonization laws regarding United States citizens. Having previously made arrangements for land in the Mexican provinces, Hutchison requests further information from Perry regarding the political stability of the region.
Contributing Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
[Transcript of Letter from J. W. Collins to Col. S. F. Austin, October 20, 1835]

[Transcript of Letter from J. W. Collins to Col. S. F. Austin, October 20, 1835]

Date: October 20, 1835
Creator: unknown
Description: Copy of transcript for a letter from J. W. Collins to Col. S. F. Austin, in which Collins introduces his friend and fellow soldier in the Louisiana Guard, Mr. Robert C. Morris. Collins vouches for Morris' skill as a soldier and tactician, as well as, his sincere loyalty to the causes of his countrymen. Collins also asks where his service is needed the most.
Contributing Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
[Transcript of Letter from B. Sims to Doctor Peebles, October 10, 1835]

[Transcript of Letter from B. Sims to Doctor Peebles, October 10, 1835]

Date: October 10, 1835
Creator: unknown
Description: Copy of transcript for a letter from B. Sims to Doctor Peebles, in which Sims asks for several leagues of land to be reserved because he has made arrangements for permanent settlers on those leagues.
Contributing Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
[Transcript of Letter from A. W. Radcliff to Governor Lorenzo De Zavala, October 10, 1835]

[Transcript of Letter from A. W. Radcliff to Governor Lorenzo De Zavala, October 10, 1835]

Date: October 10, 1835
Creator: unknown
Description: Copy of transcript for a letter from A. W. Radcliff to Governor Lorenzo De Zavala, in which Radcliff expresses his regret at missing the opportunity to meet Zavala in San Felipe de Austin. Radcliff expresses his desire to follow Zavala's commands in pursuit of Texas independence.
Contributing Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
[Transcript of Letter from Stephen F. Austin to Committee of Safety of the Jurisdiction of Austin, October 4, 1835]

[Transcript of Letter from Stephen F. Austin to Committee of Safety of the Jurisdiction of Austin, October 4, 1835]

Date: October 4, 1835
Creator: unknown
Description: Copy of transcript for a letter from Stephen F. Austin to Committee of Safety of the Jurisdiction of Austin, regarding the declaration of war by the people of Texas against Mexican military despotism. Austin reports that the Mexican military at Bexar has advanced to Gonzales but that Texans agree that the first strategic victory for the revolution should be to take Bexar and drive out the Mexican military there, before the campaign closes. Austin asks the committee to circulate this news, and his request for military provisions and volunteers, to other communities.
Contributing Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History