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Cherokee Phoenix and Indians' Advocate
Wednesday, April 21, 1830
Vol. III, no. 1
Page 4, col. 5c

Strayed from my place on Friday night last, a SORREL HORSE, about three years old, one of his hind legs is of a different color, small star in his forehead, paces and trots well. I purchased him of a man who lives near Calhoun, East Tennessee, and if is probable he may go to that place. I will give the above reward for the delivery of the horse at this town, or will pay a reasonable compensation to any person who will inform me where he is.
New Echota, April 14, 1830