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[Transcript of a Bill of Sale, September 6, 1805]

Description: Copy of transcript for a bill of sale between widow Marie Hubardeau and Moses Austin, on September 6, 1805, concerning the sale of a black slave woman, Lucile, and her mulatto son, Baptiste, in order to pay off Hubardeau's debts and mortgages.
Date: September 6, 1805

[Transcript of a Governmental Decree]

Description: Copy of transcript for a governmental decree, discussing the teaching of Spanish to Texas colonists, and giving Texas schools legal rights and regulations.
Date: unknown

[Transcript of a Handwritten Note]

Description: Copy of transcript of a handwritten note saying that the law about Texas applying for statehood has been omitted and summarizing what it said.
Date: April 1, 1833

[Transcript of a Handwritten Note, February 8, 1821]

Description: Copy of transcript of a handwritten note discussing the organization of the Eastern Interior Provinces of Mexico, and giving references to an explanation of the system as well as to a translation of a letter from Stephen F. Austin to Moses Austin.
Date: unknown

[Transcript of a Legal Document Noting Debt, February 1, 1815]

Description: Copy of transcript for a legal document noting that James Bryan and Moses Austin owe $163 to the United States of America, as of February 1, 1815, in relation to Bryan's home distillery.
Date: February 1, 1815
Creator: Bryan, James & Austin, Moses