H. H. League to Stephen F. Austin, 04-1-1827

Summary: Assistance for the Robertson colony.

Bells landing the 11th April 1827

Col Stephen F Austin

D sir I left the vessel on which I came in a few days since for the purpose of Calling on you at San Felipe but haveing a favourable wind I learn that the Vessel will be at this place this Evening which makes it necessary for me to Remain so soon as all my families and their Effects are landed I will Immediately Visit San Felipe

I inclose you some documents from the Texas association which you will be so good as to peruse between this and the time I shall see you. the directory of the company has made free to solicit your advice and assistance in accomplishing their Views the Tener of which you will be able to discover by an Examination of their documents, if in your Judgement it should be necessary they request through me that you would assist in forming an additional memorial to government in their behalf if a change can be produced favourable to their Views they will introduce the whole 800 families during next season and as many more as they may be authorised to bring and if the protection of their property can be garanteede the Emigration will be wealthy if the nature of things would permit I would be Extreamly glad to Imploy Mr Williams to go on with me to Saltillo, if it is possible for him to leave his other Business so long you [will] much oblige me by nameing the thing to him. we are all in fine health. Give my Respects to the inhabitants of San Felipe Generally

H. H. League