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Quindaro, Sep. 21/57
Sunday Eve Mr Hill
Sir it is with pleasure that I have strength enough to write a few lines after having been sick nearly two weeaks. & most of the time on my back in the bead. had it not been for that I should been able to write before this. (as I promised in my Last.) Mr Hill it has been very sick here, & is now, but nothing that is very contagious. Mr Nixson is very low but not daingrus. & we hope he will be able to get up again soon, every one are complaining more or less.
Our Election whistch is to take place in course of two weeaks to morrow is neer & I do not think we shall apprehend any difficulty from it. Gov Walker has ishued a new proclamation, [xxx] I have not had a chance to get a copy of it yet. had I one I would send you one, but I beleave he [xxx] the six month sistem in regard to voting. that is no man will have a write to vote without being in the Territory Six months.
& now I have a copy I will send you one

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Mr Hill
in regard to Mr Simpson he is here yet & I have not found any further about your matters than this. I saw Mr Chadwick yesterday & he wish to know if I had heard from you of late, in reply I say it had been over three weeaks, then he go to [xxx] that he intended to write before to you but he had put it off so long that was ashame now to write.
But however Mr Simpson says that the matter will be all write. wether it will or not I cannot tell till better in by & by.
you will here soon from Mr Chadwick & then he will give you the paticulars
Excuse me to knight I am tired
A. C. Morton Quindaro Terr

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