AND INDIANS' ADVOCATE
Wednesday, May 27, 1829
Vol. II, no. 8
Page 2, col. 4a
We have been obliged to suspend our paper longer than we anticipated. We have finally with difficulty procured some ink.
It was mentioned in our last, that Mr. DAVID BROWN would act as Agent in collecting subscribers for the Phoenix. On account of his ill health we have been deprived of his services.
Many of our subscribers still complain of the irregularity of our papers. We are sorry to hear of these complaints after we have been using our endeavors to perform our duty faithfully. The negligence must rest on some of the Post Masters. We shall do all in our power to serve our subscribers.