Wednesday, September 10, 1828
Volume 1 No. 28
Page 3 Col. 1b-2a
Creek Indians- We have understood that, in consequence of the dissatisfaction
expressed by many of the Creek Indians who had subscribed their names and agreed
to form a part of the emigrating party, a disturbance has taken place among
them, and rendered it necessary for the Government to take some precautionary
measures. Capt. Wager's Company of the 4th Regiment has been ordered to
repair immediately to the scene of disturbance, and will leave here in a few
days. It is supposed the disturbance has been created by Indians opposed
to emigration, and some white persons who have influence in the nation.
Pensacola Argus, 29th ult.