Wednesday, September 2, 1829
Owing to the indisposition of one of our hands, we present to our readers this week, only half a sheet. We have thought proper so to do, rather than disappoint them altogether ['Half a loaf is better than none.'-Pr.]
We notice in the Columbus Enquirer, quite an animated controversy, founded on the late report of Indian hostility, between certain individuals who have taken the part of Col. Crowell and one Col. Bailey. This is right, and as if should be-let the man; who sounded the alarm of Indian war be known, and the just indignation of the public be meted out to him, for frightening his countrymen, putting the Government into unnecessary expenses, and for slandering the poor Creeks.