113 From Alfred Wade. To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated Sept. 4, 1863. Re: reports of engagements between Gen. Cooper and the federals at Perryville, Cooper's Station and Honey Springs; assistance rendered locals by Gen. Thompson; locals hiding livestock in the mountains; cry to rally to the aid of a commander at Poteau; federal infantry marching on Skullyville and the surrounding plantations; Col. Cooper's regiment from Texas advancing on Fort Gibson; report of near-fight at Poteau.
114 From Samuel Garland. To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated Sept. 5, 1863. Re: Col. Hunter given permission to raise regiment but under certain conditions; half of militia without guns.
115 From Alfred Wade. To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated Sept. 10, 1863. Re: Col. Cabble's retreat from Fort Smith; Cooper at Middle Boggy; the federals treating the Indians much better than expected; the Pins' attempt to destroy the Choctaws.
116 From Alfred Wade. To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated Sept. 27, 1863. Re: scouting expedition toward Skullyville and the strong federal guard there; 500 deserted from Gen. Price; federals taking food from the locals, who have no clothes to wear and go naked.
117 From Alfred Wade (Wade County, C.N.). To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated 1863. Re: the companies of Gen. Cooper, Col. Tandy Walker, Col. Martin and Col. J.M. McCurtain; and where these are stationed as well as their activities; complaints by each district that the other isn't mustering troops; skirmish in the Cherokee Nation.
118 From Alfred Wade (Wade County, C.N.). To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated Oct. 14, 1863. Re: engagement with federal army and report of the dead; Cen. Cooper still at Perryville but preparing to depart; federal trains to Ft. Smith entirely stopped; militias in need of provision.