1 page, 4to, integral blank, lined stationery. FILLMORE AND THE "KNOW-NOTHINGS." A fine political letter. President Fillmore expresses flowery thanks for "...the honor of...a copy of a resolution passed at a Meeting of the Native Americans [Know-Nothings] of the City and County of Philadelphia...expressing confidence in the present National Administration, & for which I beg to return my thanks. It is unnecessary for me, Gentlemen, to express the gratification I feel at this mark of confidence. The brightest and noblest reward of a public servant -- aside from the approval of his own conscience -- must always be the approbation of his fellow citizens..."" /> FILLMORE, MILLARD, <I>President.</I> Letter signed ("Millard Fillmore") AS PRESIDENT, to John W. Asmead and others, Washington, D.C., 10 May 1851. <I>1 page, 4to, integral blank, lined stationery</I>. FILLMORE AND THE "KNOW-NOTHINGS." A fine political letter. President Fillmore expresses flowery thanks for "...the honor of...a copy of a resolution passed at a Meeting of the Native Americans [Know-Nothings] of the City and County of Philadelphia...expressing confidence in the present National Administration, & for which I beg to return my thanks. It is unnecessary for me, Gentlemen, to express the gratification I feel at this mark of confidence. The brightest and noblest reward of a public servant -- aside from the approval of his own conscience -- must always be the approbation of his fellow citizens..." | Christie's