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e, are down here, with the exception of Col. Drew and about thirty men, who fought bravely under Cooper, amongst whom is friend Picken Benge, who behaved very brave and efficient. A very lucky thing xans, of Colonel Simms's regiment, who would have been here in a short time; but, thank God, Colonel Cooper with his gallant warriors cleaned out old Opothleyholo. They say the Creeks on our side andndous influence over his people. Col. Simmg's Regiment is encamped here now. We look for Col. Cooper here to day, and we soon shall have lively times here.--War and scalp dances are in great fashree months, in the Nation,-and-took the strongest ground possible against Hopoilthleyahola. Col. Cooper follower, and gave out his decision respecting the Many are very indignant at the leniency sve hours are willing to forgive, those who didn't stand the fire might forbear a little. Col. Cooper awaits ammunition from below, and as soon as it arrives will start his expedition. Our troop