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Go to Nathan Sargent petition and letter of recommendation for Commissioner of Customs, October 9, 1844 item page

Letter of support dated October 9, 1844 from government officials recommending Nathan Sargent retain his position as Commissioner of Customs.
Go to Nathan Sargent from J. F. Simmons item page

Letter expressing support of Sargent's appointment as Sergeant-at-Arms of the House of Representatives, and discussing the upcoming presidential election in 1850.
Go to Nathan Sargent petition and letter of recommendation for Commissioner of Customs, April 3, 1869 item page

Letter of support dated April 3, 1869 from government officials recommending Nathan Sargent retain his position as Commissioner of Customs.
Go to Nathan Sargent petition and letter of recommendation for Commissioner of Customs, April 3, 1869 item page

Letter of support dated April 3, 1869 from government officials recommending Nathan Sargent retain his position as Commissioner of Customs.
Go to Nathan Sargent petition and letter of recommendation for Commissioner of Customs, March 22, 1869 item page

Letter of support dated March 22, 1869 from government officials recommending Nathan Sargent retain his position as Commissioner of Customs.
Go to Nathan Sargent petition and letter of recommendation for Commissioner of Customs, item page

Letter of support dated March 15, 1869 from government officials recommending Nathan Sargent retain his position as Commissioner of Customs.
Go to Nathan Sargent from John Sergeant, February 20, 1841 item page

Letter expressing Sergeant's desire to serve Sargent.
Go to Nathan Sargent from John Sergeant, January 1, 1840 item page

Letter informing Sargent that it may be possible to recommend him to a committee. Sergeant also expresses his opinion that William Henry Harrison will be the best opponent for Martin Van Buren in the Presidential election.
Go to Nathan Sargent recommendation. George S. Boutwell from George E. Spencer item page

Letter of recommendation for Nathan Sargent, expressing the opinion that Sargent not be removed from the office of Commissioner of Customs.
Go to Nathan Sargent from Willie Mangum, November 25, 1850 item page

Copies of two letters written to and regarding Nathan Sargent. The first, written by Sen. Willie Mangum to Nathan Sargent, describes his attempt to see the Vice President after Sargent is rejected by the Senate. The second, written by Sen. Thomas…
Go to Nathan Sargent from Robert Charles Winthrop, November 17, 1858 item page

Letter regarding recent correspondence with Edward Everett.
Go to Nathan Sargent from Daniel Dewey Barnard, October 31, 1855 item page

Letter in support of Sargent's plan to reach a settlement on slavery. Barnard sees the best chance of maintaining the Union to be a national Whig party.
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