George Robinson to Stephen F. Austin, 02-02-1825

Summary: Land.

Lower settlement February 2nd 1825

Dear Sir I take the liberty of trubling you with a few lines when the lines of the half leage I gett in this settlement were run they were Extended 13 hundred bars in the prairie if you allow mee anny more I wish itt on the Benard I hope you will allow mee a half leage more and not leave me singular to my self I hope to Bee able to make you some payment this spring and if I can doo no better I will sell you some to pay for the rest Although I should consider my self robing my family to doo so If you lett me have anny more you will have itt in your power to know where there is good land and I will Be satisfied with anny you may designate mee hope you will take my sufferings in consideration And allowe what allmost Every other family getts I have heard that my father is on his way to this country and wishes to become a citisen of this colony and wishes to settle where he can have good stock water and ra[n]ge as he has a very large stock if he Ever getts them here I have been Expecting to here from you relative to the business with parker— yours with respect and esteme—

George Robinson

[Addressed:] Col. S. F. Austin San felipe de Austin