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The Cherokee Phoenix and Indian's Advocate
Vol. II, no. 26
Page 3, col. 1b


 DIED, 24th September at Judge Martins' on Coosawatie, in the 28th year of his age, GEORGE W. M'GHEE, Professor of Mathematics in the University of Georgia.  Mr. M'Gehee received his appointment in August, and with his family, was returning from Pulaski, Tennessee, where he formerly resided; to take up his permanent residence in Athens.  He was attacked with violent fever in the Cherokee nation; to which, was subsequently added jaundice.  Medical assistance was procured from Athens, on the eighth or ninth day of his sickness, but arrived too late to be effectual.  He has left an amiable and interesting widow, and orphan son, to mourn his loss; and a large circle of friends, wherever he has been known to bear testimony to his many virtues. (Com.
 DIED -- At Creek Path, on the 24th instant, DAVID BROWN, brother of Catharine Brown.  The deceased was well known to the Christian public, before whom facts relating to his death will ere long, no doubt, be communicated.  The Rev. Mr. Potter, in whose house he died, in a letter to the editor, says:  "Our dear brother left us much consolation."
 At this place on the 26th instant, Miss ANNA, an orphan girl raised by A. M'Coy, after a severe illness of eleven days with the fever, aged 14 years.  [Com.