CHEROKEE IN TEEKIGENCEK.
The Truth— The whole Truth.
t wfcar uawswwwwH—tw JI*CF>
Is published (Mice a week by Howell Cobb, at three
dollars a year, to subscribers, when paid in advance
or at four dollars, if not paid until the end oftijc year.
No paper will be discontinued, but at the option of
the Editor, to any subscriber in arrears.
Advertisements and Job Work will be executed at j
the customary prices.
Communication Io the Editor must be post paid to
entitle them to attention.
The following gentlemen are requested and au
thorised to act as our agents in their respective
counties, to wit :
Tillite county Baldwin—Captain J. A. Cuthbert.
Bryan—C. H. Starr, esq.
Bullock —Pet< r Cone, e»q.
bibti —Luke Ross, esq
Butts —John Curgile. esq.
Colaiiibia—Col. Z Williams.
U.iiwtord—John Blackstone, esc,
Camden—Hugh Brown, esq.
Coweta—S. D. Echols, esq.
> /• Cnmpt.ell—J. P. 11. Campbell, esq.
; Carroll—Chrisrophr-r Bowen, esq."and
Dr. J nines Rodgers.
~ Chatham—H. R. Cuyicr, esq,
Ciark—Col. J. A. Cobb.
Cass —Chester Hawks, esq.
1 . < Cobb- William .Morris, e!-q,
v Dooly—Thomas li Key, esq.
DeKalb—Major J. F. Cleveland.
■ v - Decatur—Slicing Scarborough,csn.
Early—Capt. S. V. Wilson.
* Eiranuel—Stephen Swain, esq.
Fayette—F. ' ». Steward, esq.
' Floyd—Edwin G. Rodgers, esq,
Forsyth—Hubbard Barker, esq.
Gilmer—Montgomery Bell, esq.
, _ Glynn—Col. H Steward
t. "Gwinnelte—V/i't. Greene,esq,
Elisha Belts,esq. and JG. Parks,esq. !
Green—M uor Thomas Stocks and col. !
Habersham —Gen.W B. Wofford, T.
J. Ru*k and W. Steelman, eiqs.
Hail—Gen. John Bites, and 11. L.
Il'-iry—T. I) JohnsOn,esq,col. O.W.
«•_ _ L’oxnnd A. T Hardin, esq.
Houston—John Chain esq. and Col.
J B M’Curter.
Harris—Gen. Win. 11. Lowe, and C.
Heard—Winston Wood, esq.
Hancock—Standard of Union.
_ Irwin —James Wilcox, esq.
Jones—Joseph Day, esq. and Major
Jasper—Col. J. W. Burney.
t Lumpkin—Young Johnson, esq.
.»• Lowndes—William Blair, esq.
Laurens —Gen Eli Warren,
. Lii'crly—U. Hines, esq.
Lie—-J. B. Coleman,'tsq.
. lil'iniosh Major Jacob Wood.
r Mioliso.i--Samuel Groves, esq.
Dl.mroe - J-'lhi Wals.n, esq. and col. I
T'" L. 1.. <.»»•■.It111
Murray— \\ till un Hardin, esq.
» Ma e *gee—J. T Camp •sq
Oglethorpe- James W Üborn, esq.
Paulding -Womlioi! Hubbard, esq.
t, I’wtimm--I • ludsoii. e»q.
«*** J’.xe— Aden tl Prior, e»q.
Y "hiski—Nuiso!! Clay ton. esq.
}. non I- -Absalom Rhodes, esq.
J '.di-—Gei,. V, m W'dlboni.
i. H i " ! , 1 ? q -
1 *• r ?.
~ I V
* M q.
Vv' i ~ van, esq.
VV.' i 0... R, M. Echols am!
Jo'lgc l. iIT'S
Persons hold:'g >-ir prospectus will please remit
Us. by the t-arli-s'. mail, a list of such names as they
jjiiiy have proeun J. We request such ot our friends,
us teel wiiiing, to hand to li.c above named gentle
man nearest them, the amount of their subscription.
It will be very acceptable i>t this time.
In order that the Intelligencer may appear and
be seen in each county ot (his slate, in the counties
where we have no subscribers, which do not exceed
halt a dozen, we direct it to the Clerk ot the Supe
rior Court, who is requested to preserve it for the in
spection ot any person interested
The following in a list of Post Offices established
in this Judicial Circuit, to wit
At the Court-House—W in. Grisham, r. M.
Harnagevdle—ll- T. Sitninons, r. m.
Hickory-Flat—Eli M'Connell. r. M.
At the Court Hoose.
Two Runs—Chester Hawks, p. M.
Adairsville—Barnet S. Itardeman, r. M.
Sandfcvrdville—John Dawson, r M
Pine Log—James A. Thompson, p. m.
FLOYD COI N I Y.
Al the Court-House.
IJead of Coosa—G. M. Lavender, p m.
Van's Vn'.ly—James Hemphill, p. M.
Al the Court- House.
Hightower—J. M. Scudder, p. m.
GILMER COUN I Y.
At the Court House.
falking Rock--C. 11. Nelson, r. at.
■\i the Couit-lloirse.
New-Bridge—Robert Li gen. p. m.
llarlien's Store— R. Horben, y. m.
N’ew-T.< hota— W illiam Tarvin, p. m.
Spring Place— W. N. Bishop, r. m.
At the <’o.irt Hr»n«c.
At the Cvurt-ileui >
Vol. I—No. 11.
LAW ! LAW! LAW!
‘ The subscriber has localed himself nl nickory Flat
| Post-Office, near the centre of Cherokee county, and
i intends practicing EAAV in the various counties
.1 of the Cherokee Circuit: he pledges himself,
I promptly and faithfully, to discharge any business in’
; his Professional Line that may be submitted to his
j care; 'o attend to the collection of money due on
I executions, in any part of the circuit, for a very rea
-1 sonable compensation, and should any person wish to
return Land, as fraudulently drawn, to ascertain, itn
mediately, whether the Land is worth returning or
not. and notify the informer accordingly. Commu
nications may be sent, by mail, either to the Post-
Office at which he re-idesorto Cherokee court-house
feb IG—3m —l
ATTORNE Y AT LAW,
Cherokee Court House, Georgia,
Is now prepared to attend to any professional bu
, siuess entrusted to him. He. tenders bis thanks to
I those persons that have, so liberally patronized him in 1
I the Courts win.re he has practiced. Communications j
to ensure attention, must come post-paid
RICH AR 8) M 11OLiT.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Having located at Cherokee Court-House, will
practice in the various branches of the profession, in
the several counties of Cherokee circuit. He promis
es diligence in the adjustment of all business submitt
ed to his caie and attention,
The undeisigncd has located himself in Cass
county, and will practice LAW in the several counties i
■of the Cherokee Circuit. All Letters addressed to him
at Two-Runs, will be promptly attended to.
WILLIAM L. MORGAN
W«ELI AM ii Alt DIN’
Formerly of M’Donough, Henry county, has locate
himself in the Cherokee Territory
NEAR NEW ECHOTA,
Where he proposes to attend the Sheriff’s sales
in the adjoining counties, and superintend the
examining and having endorsed by Justices of the
Peace, all small Executions, that may be directed to
him, from other counties, for collection ; also, all
large Executions that may be submitted to his manage
ment ; he promises all his assiduity and care in this
business He. will, strictly, pursue such directions as
may be given him. Hischarges will, in all cases, be
Tiie tfeorgia Journal. Federal Union, Savannah
Georgian, Augusta Constitutionalist and Courier, Ma
cun f-legraph mid Columbus Enquirer, will give the
above two insertions and send me their accounts for
payment. VV. IL
COUNTY OF CHEROKEE.
I hare now in the hands ot the Engraver, which
will be completed by the first ot November next, a
general and accurate M.AP ot the Cherokee country,
drawn from the returns of the District Surveyors.—
Owing to the great number of Lots into which the
country has been divided, particularly the Gold Re
gion, and the large dimensions of the sheet it will re
quire, to have all those numbers distinctly and accu
rately laid down, 1 have thought it advisable to form
the Map int > separate mid distinct sections ; which 1
designate as Gold Map and Land Map.
AH tnc i.and districts in the territory are laid dowu
on one sheet, and constitute a distinct and separate
Map by themselves.
The districts reserved and surveyed as Gold dis
tricts, are divided into three sheets or .Maps. Districts
Nos. 1,2, 3,4, 5, 11, 12, 13, 11 and 15. of the first
section, form the first Map.
I Districts Nos. I, 2- 3, I L 15, »6, 17, 18, 19, 20. 21
i and 22, of the second section, form the second Map.
Districts Nos. 1,2, 3. 4, 17, 18, 19,20, 21 and 22 of
| )he third section, and districts Nos. 1,2. 3,1 G and 17
lof the fourth section, form the third Map. On these
i .Maps will be found each district in the teiritory, with
; every square lot of Land and Fraction distinctly laid
down and numbered—all Mountains, Rivers, Creeks,
Branches, Roads, Ferries, Ac. arc correctly and
I faithfully delineated.
j The Map will be handsomely engraved, printed on
I strong silk paper, colored and put up in Morrcco
I cases, at the following prices, viz
I Land Map $5 00
Gold Mans f? 350 each, or for (he three 10 00
Cor Gold and Land .Maps, comprising
the whole Territory 15 GO
Persons desirous of obtaining this valuable Map.
I will do well to inform the publisher soon, as but a li
i mited number can be obtained during the drawing of
; the lotteries.
All commiinieafions addressed to the subscriber, in
! Milledgeville, Ga. postage paid of course, will meet
1 with prompt attention.
j aug23 1832
Gold and Land Maps.
j Owing to the delay of some of the surveyors, in
; making their returns, nnd the consequent delay that
; has unavoidably attended the publication of fin- Gold
i Maps of Cherokee, I have concluded to reduce the
price of them from T* Nto SIX DOLLARS 1 lie
G-ild .Map is divided into three parts, and the price ot
the three, comprising all the Gold Districts, with the
exception of the eleventh in the first section, which
; has ii;l yet be. o returned, will hereafter b- six dollars
or two dollars fifty cents each I have also now pre
' paring, which will be completed in a tew weeks a
i Cll\R’l’representing all the tIUALITH'S of. ai d
IMI’R ,’VUMI.NTS on every Lot on try I.and Map.
which, together with the Map. will be sold for Fl\ I
DOLLARS Al! persons who have purchased, and
all win* may hereafter purchase, the Land Map. shall
i receive a List of the Qualities, grafts, so soon is com
Cherokee, [C. EL] Saturday, April 27, 1833.
NEW-YORK TYPE FOUNDRY.
Established in 1813.
THE Subscriber has completed a new edition of
bis book of specimen, with which his customers,and
other Printers disposed to buy from him, may be
supplied on application at his foundry, Nos. lb and
20, Augusta street, behind the City Hail. He would
rcmaik, lor the information of those who have not
been in the habit of dealing with him, and because a
different practice has been extensively introduced, I.
, that his Book'contains nothing but the actual produc-1
tions of his own Foundry, and presents a true speci I
men of what w ill be furnished to orders. The as- j
sortment is very complete, has been deliberately and ! ’
carefully, in twenty years, brought, to its present' |
high state of perfection, and embraces a variety of I
styles adopted to diffrerent tastes, and to the various
departments of Piinting, Newspaper Book and Job,
highly finished, and cast of the most serviceable me- '
tai. Not, to notice the varieties which are distin
guished by their numbers in the Book, it contains
ROMAN &. ITALIC 27 sizes, from Twelve-line
I Pica jto Pearl.
| TWO-LINE and TITLE, 15 sizes. Two Line
Columbian to Agate.
SHADED, 13 sizes, Ten-line Pica, to Long
ITALIAN, 7 sizes, Seven-line Pica to Long
ANTIQUE, 17 sizes, Ten-line Pica to Nonpariel.
BLACK. 12 sizes, Four-line Pica to Minion. ]
OPEN BLACK, 5 sizes, Four-line Pica to Great
SCRIPT, 2 sizei, Double Small Pica, and Great
Besides Music, Back Slope, Ornamental Letters,
Lottery Figures. Piece Fractions, Superior Astrono
mical, and other Signs, Space Rules, Brass Rules,
Ornamental Dashes, Long Braces, more than 200
kinds of Flowers, and 1000 Cuts and ornaments for
Books. Newpapers aud Scientific works.
Orders for any of these, and also for Presses, Chas-
I es, Composing Sticks. Cases, Furniture. Printing
i Ink, or any thing required in the Printing business,
will be executed on (he most favorable terms. & with
■ the utmost promptitude, a large slack of the Foundry
articles bei'g always on nand.
New-York, Jan. 28, 1832.
SPIRIT OF THE TIMES
LIFE IN NEW-YORK.
A Sporting Paper, on the plan of
BELL’S LIFE IN LONDON.
Enlarged to the largest class imperial, the only simi
lar publication in the United States.
Devoted to the TURF, the ANGLER, the
HUNTER; Foreign and Domestic News, Literature,
Fashion, Taste, The Drama, Police Reports and j
Scenes of Real Life.
Price three dollars, payable in advance, four dollars
if not paid within six months or live dollars if not paid
within the year.
Address, post-paid or left in the post-office.
WILLIAM T. PORTER A. Co.
Chatham square, New-York.
AGENTS IN ALABAMA,
Huntsville, P. T. Posey.
Mobile, T. Sanford, esq.
Agents or others are allowed one paper gratis for
five responsible subscribers; they may retain a com
mission of twelve per cent, when the money is re
mitted in advance. Agents, on these terms, will be
held responsible for every one for whom they may
order our paper.
Address, post paid or left at the po«t-<'ffice.
W. T. PORTER & Co.
No. 58 Wall street, New-York.
A Family Newspaper, of the largest class.
At only two dollars per annum, payable in advance-
Enlargement and Improvement.
The publisheis of the Saturday Courier gratefully
acknowledge the extensive and unexampled patronage -
which they have received. Scarcely eighteen months
5 have passed since the commencement of their paper
1 and the list of subscribers now exceeds eleven thousand.
a fact which sufficiently attests the high standing which
I the COURIER enjoys in public estimation.
The plan ot the Saturday Courier is so comprehen
f’ sive as to embrace every variety of topics which can
r I be introduced into a public journal. Literature—
. | Science—the Arts—Foreign and Domestic News—
! Police Reports—Sporting Intelligent c—a Register of
I Passing Events—Commentaries on New Publications
—Dramatic Criticisms, and other subjects, receive
j constant and sedulous attention ; and the publishers
do not hesitate to assert that in the interest, novelty.
, 1 appropriateness, diversity and general excellence ot
j its contents, the Courier may fairly claim precedence
i over any similar publication.
! The Literary Department of this Paper is supplied
by original contributions from the best and most dis
i tinguished American writers ; and selections carefully
! and judiciously made from the whole range ot English
periodical literature. Whatever can be obtained,
whether at home or abroad, calculated tonmuse, in
i’ terest or instruct, provided it be suitable, is procured
and published, without reference to expense or
t In furnishing News, foreign or domestic, the pub
lishers of the Saturday Courier have very great ad
vantages, nnd they confidently nppeal to the past ex
perience of their patrons to sustain them in saying tha
they have, generally, been, in this respect, in advance
of their weekly contemporaries.
The SATURDAY COURIER is the larged Paper
I unronnected with politics.published in the I tided Slates.
’ It has always been printed on a sheet ot greater size
1 i and contained, by actual admeasurement, a larger
■I : amount ot reading matter than any other weekly
p i journal of a purely miscellaneous character. Not
' withstanding, this superiority, the publishers, anxious
‘ l not merely to merit, but to insure a coutinnance and
'' extension of their great patronage, determined to in
-1 crease the size and otherwise improve the Courier so
' as to make it beyond all question, the largest, cheap
est and most desirable weekly paper in this country ■
’ mar 9—l
EVERY SATURDAY MORNING-
m. Cherokee county.
has alreadv SCn P ianklu - lor the I‘bcral support he
!• t y ,e . e . e ‘ ved ' hL- friends and all per.
•scftis this country, that he now kedps and w-!l
continue to keep, at the above place a
HOUSE OF ENTERTAINMENT
He will, w it bout regard to trouble and expense, nro
de every tfimg that will conduce to the comtort,
pleasure and convenience of those that may call unou
him. tie has commodious and well supplied 1
To which the attention of an experienced Hostler
will be, unremittingly devoted.
NOBLE P. BELL,
The subscriber respectfully informs all who may
draw LAND in the Gold or Land
That he has made arrangements for the
Os such as may favor him with a CALL.
He will give any information in his power, to persons
exploring the country, especially the
SIXES, GOLD MINES ; 1
As his Stand is within a few miles of sa’J Mines and
on the Road from Warsaw to Cherokee court-house.
He would, also observe, that he expects in a short
time, to be furnished with a
General MAP of inis COUjS TRY.
There is a Post-Office kept at his House
Where the MAIL
Arrives every Saturday by 11 o’clock a. m.
Bringing Milledgeville papers up to Thursday,
He has now on hand, aud intends keeping a
GOOD SUPPLY op
Generally used in
Where persons can, at all times, be supplied
withan assortment ox
All of which are offered on the most liberal terms.
Eli M’Connell. J
Hickory Flat, Cherokee county-—Mi 16—1
.Ml KU AY COUNTY,
The subscriberhas opened a
At the village ot New-Echolu in Afurmy county,
where he flatters himself from the unremitted attention
of himselfand brother, to be able to give general satis
faction to all his friends who may favor him with their
patronage. His Table will be furnished with the best
the country can afford. His Stables will be well sup
plied with Provender and underthe care of an atten
tive Ostler. No pains will be spared or expense
avoided that will conduce to the convenience of those
that may visit his House ; and his charges will be ac
commodated to the times. A few constant Borders
will be taken. This Establishment is airy and pleas
ant. The subscriber will, also, be able to give LAND
examiners, in the Cherokee territory, information in
I relation to value and quality, in the most valuable
parts of the territory, as well as directions to them.
From the situation of Echota, being immediately on
the road from the western pin ts of Georgia to East nnd
West Tennessee, situated at the head of Oostonoiln
Rix ei and junction of Coosawattee and Connasaugn
Rivers, at which place there is the only ferry on said
rivers this must be the crossing place lor all travellers
to the westward. His House is the first on the Read
south of M’Coy’s Ferry.
HORTICULTURAL ESTABLISHMENT :
Comprising a Seed and Implement Store, a genera
Agricultural Agency and the Office of the American
Farmei, at No. 16, South-street, Baltimore: In
connection with a stock and experimental Farm,
Carden and Nursery, in the vicinity.
Tiie subscriber, proprietor ot the above named es
tablishment, respectfully informs Farmers, Gardi i.er«
• and the public generally, and deniers particular, that
he is prepared to execute orders in any or all of its de
partments ; and he solicits those who f:el interest in
his plan to furni.h him with their address, free of ex
pense to him, on receipt of which he will forward to
: them an extra number of his paper, the American
| Farmer, containing a full description of his establish
! meat, and a priced catalogue ot Seeds, Ac. for kale.
In every village in the Union, a quantity large or
'l small of CIlOlt?E GARDEN SEEDS would find a
; ready and profitable sale, nnd the advertiser has pre-
I pared his Seed-Store specially with a view to supply
dealers on very liberal terms, for cash or accept.nice in
Baltimore, with first rate seeds, papered and labelled,
put up in boxes expressly for country dealers. He
ventmes toatlirm. that for those who desire any of the
i articles comprised in his extensi-. eesiablLhment, there
i j is not in the United States a more eligible place than
, I this to apply for them, as it is a repository in which
are concentrated,or inay tie procured on short notice.
. 1 from all parts of our country, and not a few are from
remote partsofthe earth, a vast x ariety, many of \x hich
arc very rare and valuable, of Seeds, Plants, 'Frees.
. Roots, Vines. Dotne-tic Animals. Roots, Implements.
and last, though not least, a constant fund of timely
and important information on almostewry subject in
-5 teresting to a cultivator of the soil. 'I bis last is im
] parted weekly to subscribers, for a small annual con
tribution. through the columns of the American Farm
, er, in which are indicated also, by advertisement and
otherwise, the supplies ot choice commodities, both
animal and veritable, as they are received at the es
tablishment. Tne subscriber is agent also for the
principal Nurseries and Gardens in the Union ; and
for several celebrated breeders of fine cattle, sheep
and other domestic animals ; also for the United So
ciety of Shaker-', at New-Lal>nno;i. N Y a full ac
i sortment of whose celebrated Garden Seeds, fresh
and genuine, may at all time* be had from him,
wholesale mid retail on the rest terms.
Addnss. I. IRVINE HITCHCOCK,
march 23 —G Ba'tinure, Nd.
Beware of the Impostor.
FIRE EATER! ! I
A vagrant fellow calling himself Mr. Gordon, camo
laF ‘ s » d 7 edur ** , S the P a « t week, in the characte.
o,i Saturday morning the 2d inst.
bbl and »”n a, /°rn! 3 P rinter ’ s bill, the washer-woman’s
bill and a part of his tavern-bill.
LeSVlalT t fiVe <ee ‘ SilOr seve " inches hi g h - "O
’ L;/; y
'Ha ,ZJ *oP‘esion r sandy hair, Ac.
cassimere nama 1n 6536 J -"i a boit!e -g r ee»' Irock coat,
jacket, three shirts acd a black hat a little rusty frota
waVn the mibHr P »^ ! ‘ and awindler - a »d we hereby
sunnort SS'f ° Ba,n ? t S ,vi, ’£ countenance ani
United ® r, ' esU y hope every newspaper in the
th< c'ait ri’t . m ?V e P ub ?' sh U " s '‘Otice, in order that
vi’laH y ‘ Ot be - urtfaer imposed upon by such a
_ Sparta, March 9, 1E33.
Am TO PAR ENTS AND TEACHERS
years readme- at ih "‘a- ’ P ro Poses to furnish <
fumes. S ordinary cost of two smalt ve-
It is well known, thai even among the weaithv
tne Gazette will contain as much good useful and
"zeT!'„“i E „X"' f r “ Y-':';" 1 !. S 3
udaotr-d tr <n °V c hddren. rhe articles will be
adapted to all ages irom hve to fifteen years It will
thc S mrther o w-|| a f I£S | tO !la ' ,d l,le fawi, y cire,e and
.. i • Hl< i dniU6e ment in what she id called
iipoti to explain to her children.
f ,struct a “ d cn,er tain. to create a desire for in
formation and ead youthful mind to a fondness for
be devoted to- & ItS FagCS W ‘ U
11 ravels and Voyages
2 Familiar Tales and Naratives
3 Dialogues on Scientific subjects
4 Biography and Natural Histoiy
o Notices of all new Works for Childreu
6 Interesting Historical Anecdotes
' Charades. Conundrums and Puzzles
nr n J f ss,slsn * 5 must of the writers for children is
[iron.ued ; each number will contain one two or three
I CUtS .* “ stra(n ;eoi'different subjects; and every
i lhc work inlc,citing "
r- e^ eri r C‘ncining in the Post Ojftce al Cherokee
Co . t ! ! '^ ouse . the thirty-first day of March 1833,
u-Air/i snot tauen oul in three months will be forwarded
to the General Post Office, as dead leUcrs '
John W. Barton,
Stephen W. Biouat,
S'epben f. Culling,
Samuel C. Candler, .
Gen. John Cotfee, -
Howel Cobb esq. 6 «
D.ivid Delk esq.
James A. Groves, 4
Fielding Hill, B - .
C"l- Wm. Hardin,
Z. B. Hargrove,
8. B- Hargrove esq.
Nathan B. Hyatt, "* r ,
Hon. John W. Hooper,
William D. Jones, J
J. Murphey esq.
Johu M’Bride esq. .
R * A
William A. Ray esq.
Sheriff of Cherokee coun'.j , }
John Smith, ' .
C. D. Terhune.
Albert A. Wynn,
John P. Wvnn, 2
WILLIAM GRISIIA.M P. M.
Lost child. &
> SSOO Reward !
’ i A LITTLE GIRLS years old, fair skin, blue eye?,
ligh hair and a remarkably pleasent countenance,
CAROLINE HAWKINS BULLOCK,
, mho cun read very well, was lost on the the JGtli till,
six miles east of Courtland, near the roiid, leading t<»
. J Denature. Hundreds of men have searched in every
, i direction throughout the nei ihborliood. and nd trnco
-ot her can be found. The above reward will be giv
en tor her delivery, and eny informatibh respecting her
, whether dead or alive, thankfully received.
•I _ A.Pj’dO—B JOHN BULLOCK.
II ET Diligent search bus been made and as no trnco
of the above child can be found, the distressed |hi?-
cuts have boon indused to believe that sh'd lins been
i stolen. All editors will confer n favorbiithe deeply
, di -tressed, by giving the above an insertion in their re
MiHrdgei dif_, January 5. 1833.
Ordered, tbnt William Hahdis-. of the first brirade
-of the seventh division. Georgia Militia, be anil heis
- hereby eppointed A'd-tie Camp to the Commaii<!er-in-
- Chief, with the rank of L’olonel, and that he be obey-
I ed and respected accordingly.
1 Bu order of lhe Cnmmanjer-in-Chi'f,
W. J. W WELLBORN,
s ; Ser. Er hep.
? GEORGIY CHEROKEE I Tolled be-fme Lew i- R.
.. County. < Powell J U y d
. rilinO. nos C;q t. Tippeii • dutrn t a Mb- I bl." k t. .oe
, about fom tee years old. ..I-.mt tour and u
half f.et hid', b’i <1 i" the right eye. no brru-lsp.-t
--eenable. A "- A ! ( L j C R LSll A c .