All persons indebted to the estate of The Crier late of Aquohee District deceased are requested to make immediate payment. And those who have claims against said estate are requested to present them properly attested within twelve months from this date, agreeably to the laws of the Cherokee Nation.
Aquohee District, June 2d, 1830
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