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Cherokee Phoenix and Indians' Advocate
Wednesday, June 17. 1829
Vol. II, no. 11
Page 2, col. 5a

 Military.  The two Companies of the 4th Regiment of U. S. Artillery under command of Col. M'Rea, which have been heretofore stationed at this post, in compliance with orders from the Department of War, will proceed to Augusta in the Steamboat Carolina on Monday.  The movement is not only intended probably as a healthful change, for the summer; but Augusta may be considered a more convenient station, in case of any necessity which may possibly exit for the assistance of the troops in carrying into effect the laws of the State of Georgia with reference to the Cherokees.  Savannah Georgian.