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This april the 11 the 1860

Stat of ala winston county

Dear broth and sister i this day th take my pen in hand to drop you a few lines in ancer to your leter we are all well and i hope when these few lines cumes to hand tha may finde you all well and a doing well Times is hard hear and there is such a dis sturbence hear a bout our union that there is no chance to sell eny thing henry you never sed nothing in your leter a bout what you was whether you was [youning] or did [uning] we are [uning] hear and we are are for lin [hear] we are no dis [uning] hear we are willing to bea governed by a man that will do as [linkern] ses he will do he ses that he was elected for the united states and he is a going to bea president for all or nun and i say [huraw] [illegible strikethrough] for linkern henry i want you to doo all you can for me about that [and] if you can fix eny way to satis fy oliver and take the land your self [wy] do so and it will all be so no mor at this time Joh Bell to henry [-rte]

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