10 From Loring S.W. Folsom (Ziglzay). To Lycurgus Pitchlynn. Dated April 27, 1849. Re: need for Lycurgus to apply himself to his studies and the return and condition of Peter P. Pitchlynn.
11 From Malvina Pitchlynn Folsom. To Lycurgus Pitchlynn. Dated May 20, 1849. Re: family news; her husband, Loring and married life; the death of William and Lycurgus; need to be good.
12 From Loring S.W. Folsom (Ziggay). To Thomas Pitchlynn. Dated June 12, 1849 (and copied by Peter P. Pitchlynn). Re: proclaiming his innocence of the hanging of Dr. Ward; accuses the Pitchlynns of not paying his expenses, pointing out that they were in a position to avoid the trap of being accused of another man's crime.
13 From Peter P. Pitchlynn. To Lycurgus Pitchlynn. Dated June 25, 1849. Re: warning him that Loring S.W. Folsom is trying to cheat the Pitchlynn family and to avoid contact; also of the terrible life being led by the young.
14 From Peter P. Pitchlynn. To Lycurgus Pitchlynn. Dated July 8, 1849. Re: illness and family news; Loring S.W. Folsom's intent to disgrace the Pitchlynn family and warning to Lycurgus to beware of Folsom's friendship as he intends to take their property. Also stresses the importance of applying oneself to one's studies and of ignoring rather than confronting one's enemies (Essentially, Peter P. Pitchlynn's philosophy in life).
15 From Charles Fishback (Spencer Academy). To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated July 10, 1849. Re; recommend care for ill women and health precautions for servants' houses.
16 From Peter P. Pitchlynn. To Lycurgus Pitchlynn. Dated Aug. 17, 1849. Re: sickness among family and slaves; warning him not to trust Loring S.W. Folsom and states he will not leave any money for his daughter, Malvina, since she is married to the gambler.