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" ... distinguished in after life. The marriage was a fortunate one in every respect, as everybody knows. Not one of all the wives of our : Presidents was more universally admired, reverenced and beloved than was Mrs. Hayes, and no one did more than... "
Portrait and Biographical Album of Lee County, Iowa - Page 92
1887 - 648 pages
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Memorial

Yale University. Class of 1830 - 1871
...lucrative, from the emoluments of which he has accumulated a large property, until the fall of 1849, when he was nominated to the office of judge of the Court of Common Pleas of the city of New York, and, contrary to his wishes, (being then engaged in a professional business...
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LIFE AND SEVICES OF GOV. RUTHERFORD B. HAYES.

RUSSELL H. CONEWLL - 1876
...Ewing, who congratulated Hayes after th trial in most emphatic terms. In 1856 he was nominated for the office of judge of the court of Common Pleas ; but he declined to accept the nomination. In 1858 the office of solicitor for the city of Cincinnati was made vacant by the death of Judge Hart...
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PORTRAIT AND BIOGRAPHICAL ALBUM

1884
...Mrs. Hayes, and no one did more than she to reflect honor upon American womanhood. The Literary Club brought Mr. Hayes into constant association with young...qualities so long hidden by his bashfulness and modesty. s I "You need not laugh," said Mrs. Hayes. u You wait and see. You can't tell but I shall make...
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PORTRAIT AND BIOGRAPHICAL ALBUM OF Sanilac County

1884
...Mrs. Hayes, and no one did more than she to reflect honor upon American womanhood. The Literary Club brought Mr. Hayes into constant association with young...qualities so long hidden by his bashfulness and modesty. " You need not laugh," said Mrs. Hayes.. " You wait and see. You can't tell but I shall make him President...
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PORTRAIT AND BIOGRAPHICAL

1884
...Mrs. Hayes, and no one did more than she to reflect honor upon American womanhood. The Literary Club brought Mr.* Hayes into constant association with...qualities so long hidden by his bashfulness and modesty. " You need not laugh," said Mrs. Hayes. " You wait and see. You can't tell but I shall make him President...
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Portrait and Biographical Album of Benton County, Iowa: Containing ...

1887 - 406 pages
...The Literary Club brought Mr. Hayes into constant association with voting men of high char- acter and noble aims, and lured him to display the qualities... the Court of Common Pleas; but he declined to ac- t cept the nomination. Two years later, the office of : city solicitor becoming vacant, the City...
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Portrait and Biographical Album of Green Lake, Marquette and Waushara ...

Green Lake County (Wis.) - 1890 - 832 pages
...womanhood. The Literary Cluu brought Mr. Hayes into constant association with young men of high charafter and noble aims, and lured him to display the qualities...modesty. In 1856 he was nominated to the office of Judg2 of the Court of Common Pleas; but he declined to accept the nomination. Two years later, the...
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Portrait and Biographical Album of Jefferson and Van Buren Counties, Iowa ...

Jefferson County (Iowa) - 1890 - 660 pages
...Mrs. Hayes, and no one did more than she to reflect honor upon American woman, hood. The Literary Quo brought Mr. Hayes into constant association with young...him to display the qualities so long hidden by his bashfulneis and . modesty. In 1856 he was nominated to the office of Judgj of the Court of Common Pleas;...
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Portrait and Biographical Album of Sumner County, Kansas: Containing Full ...

Sumner County (Kan.) - 1885 - 432 pages
...hood. The Literary Cluu brought Mr. Hayes into constant association with young men of high char, acter and noble aims, and lured him to display the qualities so long hidden by his bashfulne-,3 and modesty. In 1856 he was nominated to the office of Jud^p o" the Court of Common Pleas;...
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PORTRAIT AND BIOGRAPHICAL ALBUM OF Barry and Eaton Counties, Mich.

1891
...Mrs. Hayes, and no one did more than she to reflect honor upon American womanhood. The Literary Club brought Mr. Hayes Into constant association with young...accept the nomination. Two years later, the office o city solicitor becoming vacant, the City Council elected him for the unexpired term. In 1861, when...
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