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Wednesday, June 25, 1828
Vol. I, No. 18
Page 2, col. 2b

We understand that Col. Williams, Sub Agent, and Mr. John Miller, United States' interpreter, have lately been engaged, under the authority of the General Government, in burning houses and destroying corn of the intruders who had moved, in defiance of the existing treaties, into the Nation from the frontier of Georgia.  We are pleased with this new instance of the kind disposition of our "Great Father the President."