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Death of David Vann, 1843

From The Adams Sentinel
Gettysburg, Pa.
Oct. 9, 1843

The Van Buren (Arkansas) Intelligencer of the 9th ulumo, records the death of David Vann, Treasurer of the Cherokee Nation, who died at his residence at the Saline on the 2nd ult. Of the wound inflicted upon him by a lawless mob on the 8th August.
The Intelligencer says that in the death of Mr. Vann his friends and the Cherokee Nation had met with a great loss. The same paper states that John Ross is well, and that there has never been any attempt made upon his life.

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