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Missionaries to Cherokees Sentenced, 1831
THE INDIAN MISSIONARIES.
At the recent session of the Supreme Court of Gwinnett county, the Rev. J. A. Trott, Rev. Ezra Butler, and Rev. S. A. Worcester, Missionaries in the Cherokee country, were sentenced to the Penitentiary for four years, for disobedience to the laws of this state. Seven other white men received the same sentence for the same offense. Their plea denied the jurisdiction of the Court.
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