2 pages, 4to, 257 x 200 mm. (10 x 7¾ in.), docketed on verso. A RECOMMENDATION FROM THE NEW VICE-PRESIDENT: "...Mr. Rich is a country Merchant, an active, vigilant man...and I should think able to discharge the duties of the office...Cooper...was the Editor of the leading Whig paper at Syracuse...and is now editor of a paper in Troy...He...has for some time taken a deep interest in the prosperity of the Indians, and has exerted himself for the establishment of schools among them. I think he is honest, and able to discharge the duties of the office..."" /> FILLMORE, MILLARD, <I>President</I>. Autograph letter signed ("Millard Fillmore") AS VICE-PRESIDENT, to Secretary of the Interior Thomas Ewing, "Willards Hotel," [Washington, D.C.], 26 March 1849. <I>2 pages, 4to, 257 x 200 mm. (10 x 7¾ in.), docketed on verso</I>. A RECOMMENDATION FROM THE NEW VICE-PRESIDENT: "...Mr. Rich is a country Merchant, an active, vigilant man...and I should think able to discharge the duties of the office...Cooper...was the Editor of the leading Whig paper at Syracuse...and is now editor of a paper in Troy...He...has for some time taken a deep interest in the prosperity of the Indians, and has exerted himself for the establishment of schools among them. I think he is honest, and able to discharge the duties of the office..." | Christie's