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intendent, from which we learn that General Pike will be at Fort Washita this week, to attend the Council of the Chickasaws. The Messenger from John Rose had arrived, and General P. has appointed the 25th of this month to meet the Cherokees at Tahlequah to make a treaty with that tribe, and he has notified Major Rector, Superintendent, to be present at that time. Major R. will leave in a few days to join the Commissioner at Tahlequah. After the treaty is made with the Cherokees, Gen. PikTahlequah. After the treaty is made with the Cherokees, Gen. Pike expects to make treaties with the Senecas, the mixed band of Shawness and Senecas, Delawares and Osages. So far the Commissioner has been most successful, and it shows the confidence the Indians have in him. Muldraugh's Hill certainly occupied by the Confederates. The Memphis Argus of Friday says: No doubt now exists of the occupation by our troops of Muldraugh's hill, thirty-five miles this side of Louisville. A reliable gentleman of this city, who arrived this morning on th