24 From Robert M. Jones. To Col. Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated June 25, 1831. Re: congratulations regarding his election as Chief.
25 From Greenwood LeFlore. To Major P.P. Pitchlynn. Dated Sept. 9, 1831. Re: the appointment of G.S. Gaines to remove the Choctaws to the Mississippi River and no further, and his request for the assistance of Pitchlynn and Folsom in the removal.
26 From Henry Vose (Natchez, Mississippi). To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Re: the death of J.L. McDonald, inquiry as to the impending removal, hopes that the Choctaws will become knowledgeable in the arts and sciences. Sept. 13, 1831.
27 From M. Foster, Jr. (Vicksburg, Mississippi). To Capt. Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated Sept. 20, 1831. Re: distress over the removal of the Choctaws.
28 From John Jolly and Black Coat, the Principal Chiefs of the Cherokee Nation (Illinois, Cherokee Nation). To the Chiefs of the Choctaws (Fort Smith, Arkansas Territory). Dated march 18, 1832. Re: a proposal of peace from the Delaware Nation to the Choctaws.
29 From the Council on the Poteau River--Joseph Pickens, Nituckachu, Ben Camp, Nat Folsom, Wash. Folsom, Thomas Wall, John Riddle (Choctaw Nation). To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated April 8, 1832. Re: the issuing of rations, a report on the behavior of Acting Chief Oghlanoah, who is presiding in Pitchlynn's absence.
30 From Edmond Folsom (Choctaw Nation West). To Col. Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated August 12, 1832. Re: reports on the misconduct of the slave, Battice, owned by Pitchlynn with a request for instructions on how to handle him, and reports of sickness around the Poteau River.