8 From William Ward (Choctaw Agency). To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated January 10, 1825. Re: agent's talk with Capt. P.P. Pitchlynn.
9 From J.D. Hunter (Arkansas Territory). To John Pitchlynn (as U.S. Interpreter for the Choctaw Nation). Dated Sept. 28, 1825. Re: Description of lands granted to the Choctaws by treaty.
10 From Richard M. Johnson (Blue Springs, Kentucky). To the Professors of Transylvania University. Dated March 11, 1827. Re: letter of recommendation for Capt. P. Pitchlynn.
11 From John Pitchlynn. To Peter P. Pitchlynn (Nashville, Tennessee). Dated Feb. 25, 1828. Re: John Pitchlynn sends Peter P. money.
12 From Oscar Willis. To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated March 17, 1828. Re: sending an Indian ball-playing team to the North, with an invitation for Pitchlynn to come.
Also: another document, several pages in length, unidentified.
13 From President Lindsley of The University of Nashville (Tennessee). To unidentified. Dated April 15, 1828. Re: a certification that Peter P. Pitchlynn has been a student in good standing at the university and leaves of his own choice.
14 From J.S. McDonald (near Jackson, Mississippi). To Capt. Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated July 1, 1828. Re: McDonald gives up the study of law.
15 From J.C. Hastings (Rankin, Mississippi). To Capt. P.P. Pitchlynn. Dated Feb. 26, 1830. Re: Hastings solicits Pitchlynn's political opinion of Col. Folsom.