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The Creek and Pawnee Indians
The Arkansas Intelligencer learns through Mr. J. W. Taylor a respectable merchant of the Creek nation, that the Pawnee Mahas attacked, about ten days since, the Creeks who live upon Little river. The Creeks were attacked by the Pawnees, but repulsed them, after killing six of their warriors, and without any loss on their side. The Pawnees have returned to their homes upon the wild prairies for a reinforcement, which they have sworn to return with and take revenge. The scattered Creeks are removing from the exposed quarter to the denser settlements. This affray occurred in the country which was apportioned to the Seminoles by the late treaty, and whither they are daily removing.
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