Three months later in order to have a written agreement of the oral relinquishment of the above properties on the part of the Council to General William McIntosh, the following document was executed by the parties thereto as indicated in the document:

Whereas by a stipulation in the treaty of Indian Springs in 1821, there was a reserve of land made to include the said Indian Springs for the use of General William McIntosh, be it therefore known to all to whom it may concern, that we, the undersigned Chiefs and Headmen of the Creek Nation, do hereby agree to relinquish all the right, title and control of the Creek Nation to said reserve, unto him the said William McIntosh and his heirs forever, in as full and ample a manner as we are authorized to do.

WILLIAM MCINTOSH. EOTOMMEE TUSTUNNUGGEE. TUSKEGON TUSTUNNUGGEE. COL. WILLIAM MILLER. JOSIAH GRAY.

NEHATHLUCCO HATCHEE. ALEXANDER LASLEY. WILLIAM CANARD.

(Signed) DUNCAN G. CAMPBELL, JAMES MERIWETHER,

U. S. Commissioners.

Witnesses at Execution:

WILLIAM F. HAY, Secretary.

WILLIAM HAMBLEY, U. S. Interpreter.

(Signed) BIG B. W. WARRIOR. YOHOLO MICO. LITTLE PRINCE. HOPOI HAJO. TUSKEHENEHAU. AOKEFUSKA YOHOLA.

JOHN CROWELL,

Agent for Indian Affairs, July 25, 1825.