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[Transcript of letter from John Austin to Stephen F. Austin, September 10, 1829]
Copy of transcript for a letter from John Austin to Stephen F. Austin seeking advise about whether to sell his schooner, the Eclipse, to settle debts.
[Transcript of letter from John Austin to Stephen F. Austin, October 23, 1829]
Copy of transcript for a letter from John Austin to Stephen F. Austin introducing Mr. O. Dogerty, a man wishing to settle in Austin's colony.
[Transcript of letter from Shubael Marsh to Stephen F. Austin, December 29, 1829]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Shubael Marsh to Stephen F. Austin requesting clarification on forfeiture of land policies.
[Transcript of letter from Stephen F. Austin, December 24, 1829]
Copy of transcript for a letter from Stephen F. Austin.
[Transcript of letter from James E. B. Austin to Stephen F. Austin, March 18, 1829]
Copy of transcript for a letter from James E. B. Austin to Stephen F. Austin discussing customs requirements for incoming ships; challenges with getting the Ayuntamiento (town council) to support a building a jail and an academy; and the difficulties with the Alcalde (judge).
[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 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 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.