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[Transcript of Letter from Mateo Ahumada to the Governor of Coahuila and Tejas, July 23, 1828]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Mateo Ahumada to the governor of Coahuila and Tejas, on July 23, 1828, discussing the possible transfer of prisoners from one government to another.
[Transcript of Letter from José Candido Arcos to Stephen F. Austin, September 12, 1828]
Copy of transcript for a letter from José Candido Arcos to Stephen F. Austin, on September 12, 1828, asking for help in colonizing land from the Trinidad River to the Sabinas River.
[Letter from Miguel Ramos Arizpe to Lorenzo de Zavala, May 26, 1827]
Miguel Ramos Arispe to Lorenzo de Zavala: On avoiding the display of political differences and forwarding the response of the Guardian of a Franciscan convent to the Provincial. Mexico, May 26, 1827.
[Transcript of Letter from Eliza M. Westall Austin to Stephen F. Austin]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Eliza Martha Westall Austin to Stephen F. Austin, around 1829, discussing the recent death of her husband, the growth of her son, and the clothes she has sent to Austin.
[Transcript of Letter from Eliza M. Westall Austin to Stephen F. Austin, 1829~]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Eliza Martha Westall Austin to Stephen F. Austin, about 1829, discussing the recent death of her husband, her decision not to live with her father, and how happy she was living with her husband. She also asks for Austin's advice.
[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, discussing the whereabouts of Stephen F. Austin and expressing his wish to see his family.
[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 James Austin to Stephen F. Austin, March 19, 1829]
Copy of transcript for a letter from James Elijah Brown Austin to Stephen F. Austin, on March 19, 1829, seeking to clarify Mrs. Picket's claim on a piece of land that Mr. Battles wishes to purchase.
[Transcript of Letter from James Austin to Stephen F. Austin, March 19, 1829]
Copy of transcript for a letter from James Elijah Brown Austin to Stephen F. Austin, on March 19, 1829, discussing the sale of a lot, which had been promised to Mrs. Picket by Stephen, to a Mr. Battles instead. James notes that Battles has paid for and intends to keep up the lot, while Mrs. Picket has arranged to acquire it for free.
[Transcript of letter from James Austin to Stephen F. Austin, March 29, 1829]
Copy of transcript for a letter from James Austin to Stephen F. Austin, on March 29, 1829, offering a brief report on a variety of matters including a land deal between Mr. Battles and Doc. Knuckols, James' desire to build a home, his missing mare, and John Austin running his boat aground.
[Transcript of Letter from James Austin to Stephen F. Austin, March 29, 1829]
Copy of transcript for a letter from James Elijah Brown Austin to Stephen F. Austin, on March 29, 1829, discussing the sale of a plot of land to a Mr. Battles, the loss of a horse, and the letters and money to be sent between the brothers.
[Transcript of Letter from Moses Austin to James Bryan, March 25, 1821]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Moses Austin to James Bryan, on March 25, 1821, discussing the true reason he deeded land to Martin Ruggles and James Bryan in 1819, having to do with the money he has loaned Ruggles.
[Transcript of Letter from Moses Austin to Josiah, 1820~}
Copy of transcript for a letter from Moses Austin to Josiah, around 1820, enclosing his observations on the lead mines of Ste. Genevieve County, Washington County, and St. Louis, Missouri.
[Transcript of a Letter from Stephen F. Austin, January 19, 1825]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Stephen F. Austin, on January 19, 1825, discussing the payment of funds to the Mexican government.
[Transcript of Letter from Stephen F. Austin, August 3, 1826]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Stephen F. Austin, on August 3, 1826, discussing the family life of Peter Elias Bean, including whether or not he was legally married to the woman he was living with, and the number of sons he has.
[Transcript of Letter from Stephen F. Austin, August 9, 1827]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Stephen F. Austin, on August 9, 1827, discussing Lorenzo Kinne, who is a member of Austin's colony and sells tobacco. However, a newly enacted law in Mexico prohibits the sell of tobacco imported from other countries.
[Transcript of Letter from Stephen F. Austin, August 14, 1826]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Stephen F. Austin, on August 14, 1826, discussing the need to describe the limits of the jurisdiction of San Felipe de Austin.
[Transcript of Letter from Stephen F. Austin, Janury 9, 1828]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Stephen F. Austin, on January 9, 1828, declaring that a town has taken an oath to uphold the constitution of the state.
[Transcript of letter from Stephen F. Austin, July 18, 1825]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Stephen F. Austin, on July 8, 1825, discussing the verification of a census taken in Nacogdoches.
[Transcript of Letter from Stephen F. Austin, July 23, 1828]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Stephen F. Austin, on July 23, 1828, describing the steps to take to hand over prisoners from the Mexican government to the United States.
[Transcript of Letter from Stephen F. Austin, March 19, 1826]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Stephen F. Austin, on March 19, 1826, discussing the resolution of the conflict between the Comanche Indians and the Tahuacanos, as well as the movements of militia troops. He goes on to discuss the other tribes they have been having trouble with.
[Transcript of Letter from Stephen F. Austin, May 5, 1828]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Stephen F. Austin, on May 5, 1828, discussing the receipt of a document from the government, requiring a report on a silver and lead mine owned by Austin.
[Transcript of letter from Stephen F. Austin, May 8, 1826]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Stephen F. Austin, on May 8, 1826, discussing a deal with the Cherokees to ambush other Native American tribes.
[Transcript of Letter from Stephen F. Austin, May 17, 1827]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Stephen F. Austin, on May 17, 1827, discussing payment for the weapons used by the volunteer army raised in Texas.
[Transcript of Letter from Stephen F. Austin, May 17, 1827]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Stephen F. Austin, on May 17, 1827, discussing Samuel Williams, who is held responsible for not telling a city administrator about his activities with a paper company and will be fined.
[Transcript of Letter from Stephen F. Austin, May 18, 1826]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Stephen F. Austin, on May 18, 1826, discussing the desire to move American Indians tribes out of the territory newly colonized by Americans in order to avoid a conflict between the Comanches and the Tahuacanos. He also mentions a warning about a raid.
[Transcript of Letter from Stephen F. Austin, November 17, 1828]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Stephen F. Austin, on November 17, 1828, discussing the murder of the son of a Comanche chief by American settlers.
[Transcript of Letter from Stephen F. Austin, November 17, 1828]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Stephen F. Austin, on November 17, 1828, discussing the travels of Mr. Thompson, who is in command of the National Mexican Navy.
[Transcript of Letter from Stephen F. Austin, November 29, 1828]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Stephen F. Austin, on November 29, 1828, explaining that the Comanches have not heard of the son of a chief being murdered.
[Transcript of Letter from Stephen F. Austin to José Antonio Navarro, October 19, 1827]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Stephen F. Austin to José Antonio Navarro, on October 19, 1827, discussing his bad health and the death of his brother. He expresses his great wishes for Texas, and his translation of the laws of Mexico into English for the benefit of American colonists.
[Transcript of Letter from Stephen F. Austin to José Antonio Saucedo, August 14, 1826]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Stephen F. Austin to José Antonio Saucedo, on August 14, 1826, calling a meeting composed of two people from each town, with the object of forming a volunteer army.
[Transcript of Letter from Stephen F. Austin to José Antonio Saucedo, August 14, 1826]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Stephen F. Austin to José Antonio Saucedo, on August 14, 1826, discussing an attack on Mexican citizens by a group of Indians. He also discusses a message about a planned attack by Comanche Indians.
[Transcript of Letter from Stephen F. Austin to José Antonio Saucedo, June 1, 1827]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Stephen F. Austin to José Antonio Saucedo, on June 1, 1827, discussing the hiring of lamp lighters in several Mexican states, and going into detail about the process of hiring men who are currently involved in a court case.
[Transcript of Letter from Stephen F. Austin to José Antonio Saucedo, March 18, 1826]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Stephen F. Austin to José Antonio Saucedo, on March 18, 1826, discussing a trip to Galveston, and a dispute over the sale of a donkey from Thomas Grey to Martín De Léon.
[Transcript of Letter from Stephen F. Austin to José María Viesca, November 14, 1827]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Stephen F. Austin to José María Viesco, on November 14, 1827, discussing a law that exempts the American settlers from certain requirements.
[Transcript of Letter from Stephen F. Austin to Manuel de Mier y Teran, June 24, 1828]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Stephen F. Austin to Manuel de Mier y Teran, on June 24, 1828, discussing the American colonists who came to Texas to earn money to pay back debts, and the decree by the Mexican representative in Washington that debts may still be collected on Mexican soil.
[Transcript of Letter from Stephen F. Austin to Mateo Ahumada, September 8, 1825]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Stephen F. Austin to Mateo Ahumada, on September 8, 1825, discussing a rebellion begun by the Comanche and Tahuacanos Indians, which resulted in the death of an American named Dickenson.
[Transcript of Letter from Stephen F. Austin to Mateo Ahumada, September 10, 1825]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Stephen F. Austin to Mateo Ahumada, on September 10, 1825, discussing how several tribes of Native Americans may be rebelling even though other members of those tribes have already made peaceful overtures to the American settlers.
[Transcript of Letter from Stephen F. Austin to Ramón Músquiz, August 2, 1828]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Stephen F. Austin to Ramón Músquiz, on August 2, 1828, informing him that there cannot be any organizations or armies in an unnamed town, since only Americans live there.
[Transcript of Letter from Stephen F. Austin to Ramón Músquiz, August 9, 1828]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Stephen F. Austin to Ramón Músquiz, on August 9, 1828, discussing a man who failed to capture the Hardins, who are wanted criminals.
[Transcript of Letter from Stephen F. Austin to Ramón Músquiz, August 9, 1828]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Stephen F. Austin to Ramón Músquiz, on August 9, 1828, discussing a man who failed to capture the Hardins, who are wanted criminals.
[Transcript of Letter from Stephen F. Austin to Ramón Músquiz, August 9, 1828]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Stephen F. Austin to Ramón Músquiz, on August 9, 1828, discussing a man who failed to capture the Hardins, who are wanted criminals.
[Transcript of Letter from Stephen F. Austin to Ramón Músquiz, August 20, 1828]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Stephen F. Austin to Ramón Músquiz, on August 20, 1828, discussing the man who was going to arrest the Hardins, and the recognition George Orr will receive if he turns them in.
[Transcript of Letter from Stephen F. Austin to Ramón Músquiz, August 20, 1828]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Stephen F. Austin to Ramón Músquiz, on August 20, 1828, discussing the man who was going to arrest the Hardins, and the recognition George Orr will receive if he turns them in.
[Transcript of Letter from Stephen F. Austin to Ramón Músquiz, February 6, 1828]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Stephen F. Austin to Ramón Músquiz, on February 6, 1828, discussing a decree from the president of Mexico, declaring that each state must provide a list of sentenced prisoners to a general.
[Transcript of Letter from Stephen F. Austin to Ramón Músquiz, February 12, 1828]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Stephen F. Austin to Ramón Músquiz, on February 12, 1828, noting that a letter has been received by the Mexican Congress.
[Transcript of Letter from Stephen F. Austin to Ramón Músquiz, January 7, 1828]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Stephen F. Austin to Ramón Músquiz, on January 7, 1828, making it official that the vice governor of the state may examine the books of ranches, traders, and others.
[Transcript of Letter from Stephen F. Austin to Ramón Músquiz, January 15, 1828]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Stephen F. Austin to Ramón Músquiz, on January 15, 1828, declaring that Gaspar Flores is being sent to a colony in order to solve the colony's problems as soon as possible.
[Transcript of Letter from Stephen F. Austin to Ramón Músquiz, June 2, 1828]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Stephen F. Austin to Ramón Músquiz, on June 2, 1828, informing him of the receipt of a letter from the government about permission to colonize land.
[Transcript of Letter from Stephen F. Austin to Ramón Músquiz, June 2, 1828]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Stephen F. Austin to Ramón Músquiz, on June 2, 1828, informing him of the receipt of a letter from the government about permission to colonize land.