Correspondence to Churchill from the Missouri, Kansas & Tennessee Railway, requesting the arrest of suspicious characters who were known to plot some mischief to the railroad, February 11, 1875.
7. Correspondence to Marshal Boles regarding the possession of cattle, May 19, 1882.
Correspondence to Thomas Boles, Clerk of Court, enclosing fee for service, August 10, 1901.
Correspondence to Thomas H. Boles from J.M. Dodge of the U.S. Court in Indian Territory requesting "Death Warrant" forms, May 22, 1903.
8. Correspondence to U.S. Indian Agent John D. Miles regarding a liquor salesman and the possession of a horse, July 13, 1872.
Correspondence to Judge Caldwell from Babcock, submitting his resignation (see items in folder 6), October 18, 1874.
Correspondence to U.S. Attorney Clayton from U.S. Commissioner's office in Western Arkansas requesting that Judge Parker appoint a Territorial Commissioner, January 22, 1877.
Correspondence to U.S. Indian Agent Hunt of Indian Territory requiring that he be certified by a Court of Record (from Interior Department), March 31, 1879.
Correspondence regarding a murder in Indian Territory, April 18, 1879.
Correspondence to the U.S. Commissioner for Western District of Arkansas containing details of a shooting that was being investigated, July 27, 1881.
Correspondence to Gen. Wheeler regarding the theft of numerous clothing articles in Indian Territory, October 14, 1882.
Correspondence to W.H.H. Clayton, March 30, 1884.
Correspondence to U.S. Commissioner at Ft. Smith from a woman claiming to be a Cherokee, inquiring about a claim, May 31, 1884.
Correspondence to A.W. Robb from one C.C. Belcher asking that the former appeal to Judge Parker in behalf of the later, to get him excused as a witness before the court, December 12, 1885.
Correspondence from the District Commissioner authorizing sale of timber from Cherokee Territory, May 1887.