Monticello May 27. 08.
Th: Jefferson to Genl. Dearborne.
I inclose you information from Genl. Jackson which I presume you have otherwise recieved of an outrage committed by the Creeks. altho’ Hawkins will probably give us an account of it yet I presume you will think it necessary to make enquiries of him respecting it. as I shall leave this in 10. or 12. days for Washington, I have desired that no more letters may be forwarded from the post office to me at this place. I send you Knapp’s, Ward’s and Blake’s applications for the Paymaster’s place, and salute with great affection & respect.
PHi: Daniel Parker Papers.