Artoway--called Paddy Car--who, although only a boy of about nineteen, was United States Interpreter, and attended the delegation, in that capacity, to Washington, in 1826. He was a shrewd and intelligent fellow, and made out to pick up a good deal of property. It is believed he got into some trouble in a love affair, and had to wear the appellation of "Yo-ho-lo," or Far-off. These love scrapes among the Creek Indians are often followed by the cutting off the nose or ears. [P. 6.]
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