Jacob Betts to Stephen F Austin, 06-27-1825

Summary: Apology for letter of May 13.

June the 27 1825

Col Steven F Austin

Sir I Rote you a few Lines some day after I saw you—perhaps at time when not calculated to compose any thing it may be possible you are Right in your statement to me and me wrong if so I hope I shall discuver it I shall not Return as soon as I expected when I Rot to you though I shall not be gon Long if you think proper to Let me have the half Leag of Land and no more you will pleas arange the metter for me and when I Return I shall endeavor to settle with you you stated to me perhaps you could be of servis to me in securing other Land I suspect you can if you are dispose to do me the favour and I am convinst of my error you will find [me] submisive as fair as is Reasonable if you Let me have the Land I shall depend on you to arang the matter for me

Jacob Betts