Martin Allen to Stephen F. Austin, 11-xx-1824

Summary: Land. Trade.

for the League on the Sn Byrnard which you wrote me that I Could have I have sent out whitesides obligation for two hundred Dollars payable in good american horses or mules, if that will answer your perpose in payment of my Land, my son will let you have it—

Sir you will please write to me Mr Allcorn arived in Nachitoches on this 5th of this instant, your brother and sister has not yet arived, my anxiety is extreamly great to git on to that Country, I have several Brothers that writes me they will be on from Kentuckey one of them will leave this winter,—

we have nothing new in this Country times is hard and money scarce

no more but remains your most obedient

Friend and well wisher

Martin All[en]