47 From John Pitchlynn. To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated April 5, 1835. Re: wishes his children could have their own Nation before he dies; distrusts whites and says Chickasaws sold all their land and will be poor upon arrival in the West.
48 From Thomas Pitchlynn, brother. To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated May 9, 1835. Re: bad health of John Pitchlynn.
49 From Peter Folsom and Wart Folsom (Arkansas Territory). To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated June 7, 1835. Re: investments for Wart Folsom and peace between the Choctaws and the Creeks.
50 From Loring J. Williams. Statement: denies he wanted to disturb Choctaw meetings and that he did not "positively declare" that there would be no schools unless on his terms.
Statement: offers his daughter, Louisa, as school teacher and her terms.
51 From G.I. Pitchlynn, brother (Plymouth). To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated July 29, 1836. Re; possibility that he might be drafted to fight against the Spanish.
52 From William Armstrong, Choctaw Agent (Choctaw Agency). To the General Council of the Choctaw Nation. Dated October 3, 1836. Re: claims of Joseph Boggy for losses sustained by the Choctaws in 1807, warning Choctaws to keep their land unlike the Chickasaw who sold everything, and warning that white men who couldn't get along with each other might well cause disturbance inside the Choctaw Nation as well.
53 From McKee Folsom and Chillater, uncle. To Peter P. Pitchlynn. Dated May 15, 1837. Re: going to the Choctaw Agency, his hogs going wild; Chillater's request to Pitchlynn to buy him a new wife to replace the one that ran away.