The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 22, July 1918 - April, 1919 Page: 79
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ifMinu.es of the Ayuntaiiento of "Ban Fi'elipe de Austin 79
propriated and gives information of such selection to the Ayun-
tamiento within one month from this time and upon the further
condition that the said Morton established a brick yard on said
lott by the first day of August next
Ordered that a public sale shall be made of vacant town and
out lotts on the first Saturday in March next in the town of Aus-
tin upon a credit of Six months. The purchaser will be bound
if it be a town lott to build a house upon it and if an out or 12
acre lott to have it enclosed with a fence within one year from
the time of purchase, to be published 4 weeks.
Ordered that the clerk makes advertisements for publication in
due form, observing the substance of the order or decree of the
On petition of G. B. Cotton ordered that the sum of fifty dol-
lars which he owes for two town lotts be rendered and he be dis-
charged and acquitted from paying the same upon condition that
he publishes all orders, decrees, advertisements, etc., etc., of the
Ayuntamiento at any time when required, for the ternl of one
year, from the first day of January 1830, and that a title to said
lotts be made to Cotton and Williamson.
[p. 44] On petition of William Robinson Ordered that a road
be granted agreeable thereto, and James Ross, Joseph Duty, and
William Robinson are hereby appointed supervisors to view lay
out and report said rout to the Ayuntamiento on the first Mon-
day of March next.
On motion of Samuel C. IHirams Ordered that a road be laid
out upon the most eligible rout from the town of Austin to Har-
risburg and that William Pettus Samuel C. Hirams Randle Jones
Martin Allen and William Vince be appointed supervisors to view
lay out and report said road to the Ayuntamiento on the first
Monday in April next.
Ordered that a road by the most suitable rout be laid out from
the town of H-arrisburg to the Louse of John Jones on the Saja
Cinto and John Jones, Humphrey Jackson and Robert Cartright
be appointed supervisors to view lay out and report said Road to
the Ayuntamiento on the first Monda.y in April next.
On motion of Walter C. White Ordered that a road be laid out
by the most suitable rout from the town of Austin to the town
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