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|Summary:||This is a letter from W.W. Herron to Gideon Black, dated June 30, 1844. Herron writes about daily events, such as his health, the weather, and that he recently courted someone. Herron writes about the upcoming election. He refers to the Democrats as "Locos". He also mentions some of the places he has been, and that if his health is willing, he will be visiting Black soon.|