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Cherokee Phoenix and Indians' Advocate
Wednesday, February 10, 1830
Vol. II, no. 43
Page 2, col.4c-5b

 The remarks which we made last week respecting the increasing interest in the public mind on the subject of Indian Affairs are abundantly confirmed by the articles published this day.  For the encouragement, of our home readers we particularly invite their attention to the piece taken from the American Spectator, published in Washington.  We have great confidence in the assertions and judgment of that paper.  Let not our citizens despair, but take courage-holding fast to their rights, let them trust in the providence of God, and the good sense of the people of the United States.


 We are so overrun  with Indian matter, that we are not only obliged to withhold our own remarks, but of necessity omit many interesting and important pieces, which we should otherwise be pleased to present to our readers.