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Just Waiting for June 1, 1830
New Echota, Ga.
Many of the people of Georgia are just waiting for the first day of June, to begin a work upon the Cherokees. Their first onset will be on the leading men, supposing that if they are ousted, others will of course follow. Having this object in view, plans are already matured to break up a number of individuals in the nation. We understand there are false notes and false accounts made up, to the amount of several thousand dollars, against Messrs. Ross, Ridge, Vann–and that some time in June, the Sheriff of Carroll county will make his descent on these men. If we know any thing of the feelings of these Cherokees, we believe they would first see their property go by piecemeals, before they would run to the western country for shelter.
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