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  Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
 County: Jefferson County, MO
 Serial/Series Title: Austin Papers: Series II, Part I, 1794-1817
[Transcript of letter from Moses Austin to James Bryan, October 18, 1814]

[Transcript of letter from Moses Austin to James Bryan, October 18, 1814]

Date: October 18, 1814
Creator: unknown
Description: Copy of transcript for a letter from Moses Austin to James Bryan discussing business matters.
Contributing Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
[Transcript of letter from Stephen F. Austin to James Bryan, March 12, 1811]

[Transcript of letter from Stephen F. Austin to James Bryan, March 12, 1811]

Date: March 12, 1811
Creator: unknown
Description: Copy of transcript for a letter from Stephen F. Austin to James Bryan concerning the distribution and sale of lead shot.
Contributing Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
[Transcript of letter to Isaac Tomlinson, August 1, 1810]

[Transcript of letter to Isaac Tomlinson, August 1, 1810]

Date: August 1, 1810
Creator: unknown
Description: Copy of transcript for a letter addressed to Issac Tomlinson and Co. or Issac Tomlinson and Sons, in which the author explains taking out loans in order to transport goods.
Contributing Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
[Transcript of payment statement from Moses Austin to Suvlan De Gervais, December 27, 1810]

[Transcript of payment statement from Moses Austin to Suvlan De Gervais, December 27, 1810]

Date: December 27, 1810
Creator: unknown
Description: Copy of transcript for statement of payment from Moses Austin to Suvlan De Gervail for the employment of Sulvan De Gervail's slaves.
Contributing Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
[Transcript of letter from Moses Austin to James Bryan, November 7, 1814]

[Transcript of letter from Moses Austin to James Bryan, November 7, 1814]

Date: November 7, 1814
Creator: Austin, Moses
Description: Copy of transcript for a letter from Moses Austin to James Bryan concerning business and the disappearance of his horse, on November 7, 1814.
Contributing Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
[Transcript of letter from Moses Austin to James Bryan, December 17, 1814]

[Transcript of letter from Moses Austin to James Bryan, December 17, 1814]

Date: December 17, 1814
Creator: unknown
Description: Copy of transcript for a letter from Moses Austin to James Bryan concerning the sale of lead and a recent theft.
Contributing Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
[Transcript of letter from Moses Austin to James Bryan, November 11, 1814]

[Transcript of letter from Moses Austin to James Bryan, November 11, 1814]

Date: November 11, 1814
Creator: unknown
Description: Copy of transcript for a letter from Moses Austin to James Bryan discussing business matters and supplies he needs.
Contributing Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
[Transcript of letter from Moses Austin to James Bryan, September 2, 1814]

[Transcript of letter from Moses Austin to James Bryan, September 2, 1814]

Date: September 2, 1814
Creator: unknown
Description: Copy of transcript for a letter from Moses Austin to James Bryan, on September 2, 1814, concerning the acquisition of slaves.
Contributing Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
[Transcript of letter from Moses Austin to James Bryan, February 1817]

[Transcript of letter from Moses Austin to James Bryan, February 1817]

Date: February 1817
Creator: unknown
Description: Copy of transcript for a letter from Moses Austin to James Bryan concerning horses, the building of a new road, and other shared business.
Contributing Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
[Transcript of letter from Stephen F. Austin to James Bryan, September 17, 181u]

[Transcript of letter from Stephen F. Austin to James Bryan, September 17, 181u]

Date: 181u-09-17
Creator: unknown
Description: Copy of transcript for a letter from Stephen F. Austin to James Bryan discussing a miscommunication between slaves and their overseers.
Contributing Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
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