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    Manuscript Receipt Issued to William M. Logan for payment for land "lying on the river Trinity." One page, 7.75" x 9.25". Pine Island; September 7, 1836. The document records that Logan has paid $250 dollars, and will make a payment of $250 dollars on April first, 1837 for land that was "part of the league granted by the Mexican government to Joseph Dumon..."

    Logan (1802-1839) arrived in Texas in 1831, and settled in Liberty. He served as a lieutenant during the siege of Bexar; and later fought at the Battle of San Jacinto, after being elected captain of the Third Infantry, Second Regiment Texas volunteers. He died of yellow fever in 1839. Also included is a promissory note to be paid out of the settlement of Logan's estate. The receipt is dated June 30, 1846.

    Condition: Both document have toning and stray ink stains. The 1836 document has some chipping and separation at the margins.

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