The act prevents British colonists from settling on Indian lands, "Whereas it is Essential to the Interest of Great Britain in general & for the Security of this Frontier Colony in particular that Good faith and Correspondence be maintained with...
The letter gives the Indians' response to the proclamation Clay issued to the Creek chiefs. They express disappointment at the behavior of the warring Indians but then describe their own amiable relations with white settlers, mentioning, however,...
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