”Brig. gen. Ware to gov. Troup.
Fayetteville, 14th April, 1825.
Dear sir: I herewith transmit to you the resolutions of the friendly Creek Indians, or those who where in favor of the treaty. As their determination, with respect to permitting the recently acquired territory to be run off or surveyed, is of general importance to the citizens of the state of Georgia, I have deemed it advisable to send them by express, as the most speedy and sure mode of conveyance. You will also receive by the bearer, Mr. Wilson, two other letters.
With respect, your most obedient servant,
(Signed) ALEXANDER WARE.”
Niles' National Register, Vol. 28, by Nilies, Niles, Hughes and Beatty, 1825, page 400