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[Transcript of letter from James Austin to James Bryan, June 26, 1821]
Copy of transcript for a letter from James Austin to James Bryan, on June 26, 1821, concerning problems collecting a draft in New Orleans.
[Transcript of Letter from Stephen F. Austin, Branch T. Archer, and William H. Wharton to A. J. Yates, January 22, 1836]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Stephen F. Austin, Branch T. Archer, and William H. Wharton to A. J. Yates, on January 22, 1836, allowing him to receive proposals for a loan from the United States government.
[Letter from Henri Castro to Ferdinand Louis Huth, April 1, 1845]
Letter from Hr. Castro to [Ferdinand] Louis [Huth] stating his intentions for his trip to Europe. Signed Hr. Castro on April 1, 1845 in Boston.
[Transcript of a Legal Document Concerning a Debt, December 29, 1809]
Copy of transcript of a legal document drawn up by Samuel Blagge, on December 29, 1809, concerning the failure to pay a debt to Peter R. Dalton.
[Transcript of Letter from [Archibald Austin] to [Stephen F. Austin], October 10, 1830]
Copy of transcript for a letter from [Archibald Austin] to [Stephen F. Austin] discussing land grant issues in Texas, and outlining a portion of the Austin family genealogy. Archibald also mentions the military uniform that he and Mrs. Mexia have created for Stephen to wear in the Mexican national militia, as well as a family coat of arms that Stephen wishes to have engraved.
[Transcript of letter from Edward B. Babbit to Stephen F. Austin, February 15, 1836]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Edward B. Babbit to Stephen F. Austin providing an introduction for Dr. Benjamin Austin .
[Transcript of letter from Henry Austin to Moses Austin, July 30, 1811]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Henry Austin to Moses Austin concerning Moses Austin's business venture with John Rice Jones on the Renault claim.
[Transcript of Letter from Joseph B. Heard to James F. Perry, October 24, 1834]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Joseph B. Heard to James F. Perry, in which Heard is writing to request information on behalf of the wife and child of Samuel Maxwell, who has been missing for several months.
[Transcript of Letter from Moses Austin to Daniel Austin, July 15, 1809]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Moses Austin to Daniel Austin, in which Moses Austin explains that he gave Billows and Cochran six hundred dollars in order to meet the draft of Mr. Hunt. Moses Austin also informs writes that he has provided passage for Daniel Austin's brother, Horace.
[Transcript of letter from Moses Austin to James Bryan, November 25, 1814]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Moses Austin to James Bryan concerning various supplies and his desire to bring more slaves to work.
[Transcript of Letter from Moses Austin to Messrs Bellows and Cochran, June 23, 1809]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Moses Austin to Messrs Bellows and Cochran, in which Austin directs Bellows and Cochran to pay six hundred dollars to Daniel Austin.
[Transcript of Letter from Moses Austin to Messrs Bellows and Cochran, June 23, 1809]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Moses Austin to Messrs Bellows and Cochran, in which Austin directs Bellows and Cochran to pay six hundred dollars to Daniel Austin.
[Transcript of letter from Stephen F. Austin to John Woodward, December 16, 1836]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Stephen F. Austin to John Woodward, in which Austin directs Woodward to travel to Washington D. C. to show his commission and instructions to the Minister Plenipotentiary.
[Transcript of letter to A. J. Yates, January 22, 1836]
Copy of transcript for a letter to A. J. Yates, granting him permission from the Texas Commissioners to receive loan proposals in New York City and Boston.
[Transcript of Notarized Bill of Exchange from Moses Austin to Bellows and Cochran, July 20, 1809]
Copy of transcript for a notarized bill of exchange from Moses Austin to Bellows and Cochran, in which Austin pays Hart, Barton and Hart five hundred dollars. Boston notary, William Stevenson, claims that Bellows and Cochran were unable to pay the bill of exchange he delivered to them, and as a result, protests against any consequences that others might suffer because of Bellows and Cochran's failure to pay.