I again drop you a line by way of Nachitoches on the subject of
your removal here. I have not time to write a long letter neither
is it necessary. I have written four in the last month. All I have
to say or can say may be comprised in a few words—Come remove
to this colony without delay. In Novr next the law expires
exempting Texas from duties. Come on and bring a handsome assortment
of goods. And come quickly, the fall is the best time to remove on
a/c of health. When I get an answer to the application I have made
of a grant for you I will write, tho I am not doubtful as to a
favourable one. Land can now be had on reasonable terms by purchace.
I am the agent of Mexicans to sell 22 Leagues for $500 a League
part on a credit, if you come now and bring some money and goods
you may get as much as you please, in a year more land will rise.
200 emigrants have arrived in a month, do not be the last. Come
on, and let the remnant of our family be united once more.
My health is better and I start tomorrow with the surveyors for
the woods to be out a month or more.