Winchester, May 19.

Two men named Timmons, brothers, as also one Nimrod Higgins, were killed in the wilderness between Yellow Creek, and Cumberland Mountain, about the 20th ult. by Indians.

Three persons were also lately killed by Indians in Harrison county, near the mouth of the Little Kennaway.

By a letter from the territory south of the Ohio, dated April 25, we learn, that on the 22d of that month, a large party of Indians killed sever person within seven miles of Knoxville, and stole 60 horses from Knox County; that parties of them are daily committing ravages in the territory, and that there is no prospect of putting a stop to their enormities while the Whites are restricted from pursuing them across the Tenessee.

Citation: Glasgow Advertiser (Glasgow, United Kingdom), 18 July 1794, available at the Scissors and Paste Database,