Henry Austin to James F Perry, 11-24-1834

Summary: Jackson has been assured that Austin will not be harmed.

Brazoria 24, Novr 1834

Mr J F Perry

My dear Sir My correspondent by the St Felipi, says, in confidence that "President Jackson has some weeks since been assured by Express that no harm would come to Col A, in reply to a communication made to Santa Ana in his behalf, further my informant is not at liberty to say" between ourselves this information is derived from Forsyth secy of State

I am sorry to hear Emily is unwell, She must not be anxious about Stephen, all is going well and will come out well, if we can keep from starving mean time which I find it difficult to do

H Austin [Rubric]