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CHEROKEE PHOENIX AND INDIANS' ADVOCATE
Wednesday, February 4, 1829
Vol. 1 No. 47
Page 3 Col. 4b

NOTICE

 Is hereby given that some time in the last part of October last a black man came to my house, who says his name is MANUEL, and that he belongs to a man on Duck River in Tennessee, by the name of JOSEPH M'CONNELL.  This negro is, I should judge, between forty and fifty years old, and upwards of six feet high, square built.  The owner is desired to prove his property, pay charges and take him away.
 
 The Editor of the Phoenix, and other editors in the adjoining states may confer a favour (sic) on the owner by giving publicity to the above advertisement.

     JOSEPH WAFFORD.
 Hightower, C. N. Jan 6th.