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[Transcript of Letter from Moses Austin to James Bryan, December 3, 1817]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Moses Austin to James Bryan on December 3, 1817, advising him to go see a colonel, and apologizing for not sending a horse.
[Transcript of Letter from Moses Austin to James Bryan, February 1817]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Moses Austin to James Bryan in February 1817, discussing the delivery of supplies and a boy named Charles to Bryan's home at Hazel Cottage.
[Transcript of Letter from Moses Austin to James Bryan, June 6, 1817]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Moses Austin to James Bryan on June 6, 1817, discussing his attempts to get his deeds equated, and asking Bryan to buy food for him.
[Transcript of Letter from Moses Austin to James Bryan, June 22, 1817]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Moses Austin to James Bryan, on June 22, 1817, mentioning the delay of a wagon due to bad weather, and asking Bryan to send him 3/4 inch planks for his store.
[Transcript of Letter from Moses Austin to James Bryan, November 11, 1817]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Moses Austin to James Bryan on November 11, 1817, informing him of an enclosed notice to renew his stock note.
[Transcript of Letter from Stephen F. Austin, May 7, 1817]
Copy of a transcript of a letter from Stephen F. Austin to F. Douglass, J. Connor, and I. Rector, on May 7, 1817, addressing their request that he suspend his business with a Mr. Filcken for four or five days, saying that he will do so because of a recent injury to his eye.
[Transcript of Two Notes from Stephen F. Austin, 1817]
Copy of transcript for two notes from Stephen F. Austin, one dated October 14, 1817, and the other dated November 19, 1817, promising to pay his debts sixty days after the given dates.
[Transcript of a Promissory Note, November 19, 1817]
Copy of transcript of a document assigning $519.84 to be paid by James Bryan and Moses Austin, connected to Bryan's distillery in Big River, Missouri.
[Transcript of a Document Transferring Money, November 4, 1817]
Copy of transcript a document transferring $200 from Moses Austin.
[Transcript of Letter from Samuel Hammond to James Bryan, January 26, 1817]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Samuel Hammond to James Bryan, on January 26, 1817, discussing a claim given up by Mr. Gibson.
[Transcript of Note Concerning James Bryan's Debt, November 5, 1817]
Copy of transcript for a note declaring that James Bryan will pay Elias Bates the amount he is due within sixty days of November 5, 1817.
[Transcript of Letter from Mary M. T. to Emily Austin Bryan, August 25, 1817]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Mary M. T. to Emily Austin Bryan on August 25, 1817, sending her affection as well as her mother's, mentioning the deaths and marriages of some of their mutual friends, and requesting a long letter about Emily and her family.
[Transcript of Letter from Mary M. T. to Emily Austin Bryan, October 30, 1817]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Mary M. T. to Emily Austin Bryan on October 30, 1817, admonishing her for not writing back and informing her of the health of their various mutual friends.
[Transcript of Letter from R. Pogue to Moses Austin, June 24, 1817]
Copy of transcript for a letter from R. Pogue to Moses Austin, informing him of the goods sent to him and asking that Austin simply ask for anything else he wants.
[Transcript of Second Page of a Legal Document]
Copy of a transcript of the second page of a legal document, securing land for James Tanner and his heirs, and providing that should the land not be secured, that Tanner pay $600 to William Alexander or his heirs.
[Transcript of Letter from G. W. Treat to James Bryan, February 21, 1817]
Copy of transcript for a letter from G. W. Treat to James Bryan on February 21, 1817, discussing the transfer of money, and making his excuses for leaving a drunken party early.
[Transcript of a Lottery Ticket, March 8, 1817]
Copy of transcript of a lottery ticket from Potosi, Missouri, subject to a deduction of 15%.
[Transcript of a Shareholder Certificate, September 18, 1817]
Copy of transcript for a shareholder's certificate from the Bank of St. Louis, on September 18, 1817, noting that James Bryan is the proprietor of ten shares of the bank's capital stock.
[Transcript of account statement from Bruffer to Stephen F. Austin and Co., 1817]
Copy of transcript for an account statement from Bruffer to Stephen F. Austin and Co.
[Transcript of an Invoice for Moses Austin, September 7, 1817]
Copy of transcript for an invoice for Moses Austin from Mr. Billing, on September 7, 1817, for shoes and candles.
[Transcript of Bank Notes, circa 1817]
Copy of transcript several bank notes from the Bank of St. Louis, giving the due dates for various debts.
[Transcript of Certificate for Shareholder, August 5, 1817]
Copy of transcript for a certificate from the bank of St. Louis, on August 5, 1817, noting that James Bryan holds ten shares of the bank's capital stock.
[Transcript of letter from Edward Sharp to Mary Austin, March 12, 1817]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Edward Sharp to Mary Austin discussing back rents and mutual acquaintances.
[Transcript of letter from G. W. Treat to James Bryan, February 21, 1817]
Copy of transcript for a letter from G. W. Treat to James Bryan concerning money Treat borrowed on Bryan's behalf and explaining his departure from Bryan's house.
[Transcript of letter from Mary M. T. to Emily M. Austin Bryan, October 30, 1817]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Mary M. T. to Emily M. Austin Bryan discussing mutual acquaintances.
[Transcript of letter from Moses Austin to James Bryan, February 1817]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Moses Austin to James Bryan concerning horses, the building of a new road, and other shared business.
[Transcript of letter from Moses Austin to James Bryan, July 5, 1817]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Moses Austin to James Bryan concerning financial matters and credit.
[Transcript of letter from Moses Austin to James Bryan, June 22, 1817]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Moses Austin to James Bryan discussing business matters pertaining to the store.
[Transcript of letter from Moses Austin to James Bryan, November 11, 1817]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Moses Austin to James Bryan discussing the renewal of a stock notice.
[Transcript of letter from R. Pogue to Moses Austin, June 24, 1817]
Copy of transcript for a letter from R. Pogue to Moses Austin concerning the purchase of ribbons and other goods.
[Transcript of letter from Samuel Hammond to James Bryan, January 26, 1817]
Copy of transcript for a letter from S. Hammond to James Bryan concerning the Madrid Claim of Mr. Austin.
[Transcript of letter from Stephen F. Austin regarding Mr. Pilcher, May 17, 1817]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Stephen F. Austin to F. Douglass, J. Connor, and L. Rector pertaining to Austin suspending his dealings with Mr. Pilcher. Austin felt that Mr. Pilcher violated his "masonic ties" with him, but respected the wishes of the lodge.
[Transcript of List of Transactions Made by James Austin]
Copy of transcript of a list of transactions made to and for James B. Austin in March, April, and May of 1817.
[Transcript of note of monies paid to and for James Austin, May 4, 1817]
Copy of transcript for a notes of monies paid to and for James E. B. Austin, primarily relating to travel expenses.
[Transcript of notice of property sold by James Tanner, February 21, 1817]
Copy of transcript for sales record and its terms for land sold by James Tanner of New Madrid County to William Alexander of Howard County.
[Transcript of Potosi Academy Lottery ticket, March 8, 1817]
Copy of transcript for a lottery ticket for the Potosi Academy.
[Transcript of promissory note for James Bryan and Moses Austin, November 19, 1817]
Copy of transcript for a promissory note for James Bryan and Moses Austin payable to the United States government. The note give conditions of repayment.
[Transcript of receipt of drafts, November 4, 1817]
Copy of transcript for a receipt of drafts signed by Henry Elliott on behalf of Moses Austin. Money drawn by Robert Reed and William Herbert, Jr. to be repaid to Moses Austin then transferred to Henry Austin in New York.