Moses Austin to Henry Austin, 04-13-1808

Summary: Goods in demand.

Mine a Burton April 13th, 1808.

My Dear Henry [Austin]

. . . Goods will be in demand in this Country this fall and summer as all the traders have delayed going for goods with an expectation that the difficulties with England would be adjusted and goods reduced in price but few goods in the Country—at this time and few expected. . . .

[M. Austin.]