From the Georgia Journal-Extra.
Milledgeville, 30th April, 1814.Capt. Proctor has just arrived here in seven days from the army. He states that M’Queen, with five hundred followers, has retired to the Escambia river near Pensacola. Six or seven towns have surrendered at discretion, and Weatherford who headed the Massacre at Fort Mims, has delivered himself up. The Indians acknowledge themselves conquered-A treaty is to be held on Monday next. The Tennessee troops have returned to Fort Williams-the reminder of the army is at the junction of the Coosa and Talapoosa-Gen. Pinckney commands in person.
Published in the Raleigh Register and North Carolina Gazette-May 20, 1814.