Robert Kuykendall to Stephen F Austin, 12-02-1829

Summary: Draft on Austin. School.

Bay Prairie 2d December 1829

Coln Stephen F Austin

D Sir I have drawn an order on you for Twenty five Dollars in favor of Mr. Barker which Sum I took the liberty of drawing for from your letter to me Mr. Wightman has undertaken to teach school for twelve months and the above amt is a ballance due for the payment of a house and lot in Matagorda to enable me to move there for the purpose of schooling my children I shall further more wish to pay through you at the Expiration of the school fifty Dollars to Mr, Wightman which amounts I will refund to you as soon as it is in my power. My health still continues indifferent I have very little hope of getting much better and shall always continue grateful for your Kindness to me since I last saw you I have had two sons born (twins) one named Benjamin and the other Thomas. I remain with every sentiment of Esteem

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