101 From William R. Guy and Cyrus Harris. To James Bamble. Dated July 15, 1857. Re: the problems of farmers and crops; advice on how to run Gamble's own farm; and the need to set up an independent and efficient Chickasaw government.
102 From James Patterson and Joseph D. Harris (Pontotoc County, Chickasaw Nation). To James Gamble. Dated July 15, 1857. Re: the murders of John Brown and Gilbert Allen; opposition to new Chickasaw Constitution and treaty with U.S.
103 From James Gamble (Fort Smith, Arkansas). To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated July 20, 1857. Re: sentencing of Lycurgus and Leonidas; the Choctaw elections.
104 From Peter P. Pitchlynn. To Loring S.W. Folsom. Dated Aug. 23, 1857. Re: his broken spirits and health since the jailing of his two sons; the release of his sons from jail and what Pitchlynn considers the self-destruction of his people.
105 From Peter P. Pitchlynn. To Green and Walker, attorneys. Dated Oct. 1857. Copy. Re: expressing gratitude for their help in the trial of his sons and the loss of Indians' rights by prejudiced whites.
106 From Lycurgus Pitchlynn. To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated Nov. 1857. Re: Choctaw legislative session to set up duties of officials; incompetence of Governor Wade; preaching the evils of intemperate behavior; calling his daughter "Miss Buchanan" in honor of President James Buchanan letting him out of jail; the hard economic times of the nation.
107 From George W. Harkins (Doaksville, C.N.). To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated Nov. 16, 1857. Re: congratulations to Pitchlynn for his work as delegate; describing the election for governor; payment for Pitchlynn and Samuel Garland; complaints about white men giving jobs over Indians; the arrest of John Pitchlynn.
108 From Lycurgus Pitchlynn. To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated Nov. 23, 1857. Re: family illness; his desire for money and his intent to concentrate his efforts to improve the lot of his family and the future; request from Gov. Wade to be his private secretary; and his intent to clean up his life.