Three page letter from Col. David Henley (U.S. Agent among the Cherokees) of Knoxville to Moses Fisk, informing him of the improvements made by the Cherokees and their fitness to have missionaries and schools.
Letter from Moses Fisk of Hanover to J. Freeman telling him that he has become editor of "The Eagle" and desires addressee to send federal articles for publication.
Letter from Moses Fisk of Hanover to Jon. Freeman thanking addressee for papers.
Letter from Moses Fisk of Hanover to Jon. Freeman on extensive circulation of federal proceedings by means of publising the journals of Congress in the daily papers.
Three page letter from Moses Fisk of Nashville to J. Wheelock in which he urges the establishment of a mission amoung the Cherokees, who are the most advanced Indians on the continent.
Letter from Moses Fisk of Tenn. to J. Freeman, discussing the monarchial tendencies of times and taxation in Tennessee.
Letter from Moses Fisk of Fort Blount to J. Wheelock, informing him that the Moravians sending missionaries to the Indians. Need of missionaries among the Cherokees, and the good opening for them there.
Three page personal letter from Moses Fisk of Knoxville to J. Wheelock in which he discusses Col. Henley's letter (enclosed) and his work among the Cherokees. Gov. Blount's death.
Letter from Moses Fiske of Hanover, N.H. to Dartmouth College Trustees of Hanover, N.H. in which he resigns as tutor.
Two page letter from William Blount of Knoxville to Moses Fisk, informing him that he is well acquainted with Cherokees. No other nation has made such progress in the arts of civilization.