- Willis writes from near Fredericksburg, Va., that he may be involuntarily moved to another Regiment.
- In this portion of a letter, Willis writes that the religion has become more readily practiced in the Regiment
- In this portion of a letter, Willis writes of a man [deserter, runaway slave?] who returned to the Regiment; that he is almost three months behind in pay; he has captured some "silver Yankee sugar tongs"
- This telegram from C.G. Memminger to Rev. P.T. Keith explains that "Willis [was] not injured in [the] last battle"