to bring Micanopy and Jumper in- the 4th of March was named & accepted; but twelve hostages were required to answer for their good faith- they were told however to take the night to consider what had been required of them, and to give their answer the next day- and they retired to their camp.
24. The Indian chiefs came in the greater part of the day was spent with in conference with them individually, or in council
with them collectively- they acceded to the terms required, and Holach Toochee prepared to visit Micanopy- Abraham is to go with him. Aligator is to go to Jumper, and Cloud is to remain in the neighbourhood. Twelve hostages are to remain in camp, and a party under a sub-chief about a mile from camp.
25. Holach Toochee and the other chiefs brought in the hostages, and obtained subsistence and corn for their family. General J. sent a horse for