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Birth:Dec 16 1783
Death:Oct 10 1870
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Text:"... and dignity of the State, and to protect the lives and property of those who are or may bo illegally assailed, I, MOR-DECAIBARTLEY, Governor of the State of Ohio, do hereby call upon all Judges, Justices..."
Date:Sep 12 1846
Publication:Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:".... JUSTICE TO MORDECAIBARTLEYMr. Ct'RRY:—-I seriouly question the p M. doctrine that a citizen eau purchase an under office by doing his duty to his country. It is the discharge oft* debt for a man to do his..."
Date:Aug 20 1844
Publication:Norwalk, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... was for a tenure of three years, beginning March 15. The state seal stamped on a pointed edged circle of paper was affixed Dver a strip of ribbon. Signatures are those of M(ordecai) Bartley, Governor, and Samuel..."
Date:Feb 14 1952
Publication:Hamilton, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... AND RHEUM A TIC ACIDS M0RDECAI BARTLEY—1845-1846". MordecaiBartley succeeded his son, then acting governor, in 1845. He wm« one of the pioneers of Richland county. By good management on hit farm he..."
Date:June 18 1907
Publication:Defiance, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... supposed Mm a conscientious Abolitionist, placing his ’ From That Same Old Coon, MordecaiBartley. Messrs, Cosily:—Inasmuch as the Whigs of this State have nominated the above named gentleman..."
Date:Apr 30 1844
Publication:Norwalk, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... of New York, so numerous and full of enthusiasm as this Syracuse Con- vention. The number is estimated from 20 to For Gomnor, MORDECAIBARTLEY, Of Richlaad Coun'y. Congressional Convention, 21st District..."
Date:Aug 6 1844
Publication:Norwalk, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... REFLECTOR. Nonvatk, Tuesday, February 27,1841. For Governor, MORDECAIBARTLEY. Of RichlunJ County. 0th John Carey, 7ili James Brown, 8tit John Foster, 9th J. S. Be-reimn, lOih J. llidgway, 11th J Weldon..."
Date:Feb 27 1844
Publication:Norwalk, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... inst., for MordecaiBartley as the Whig nominee for Governor of Ohio. _ Resulted, That in ca,*e our Whig friends of Ohio should honor us by selecting the man of our choice to carry our standard..."
Date:Mar 5 1844
Publication:Norwalk, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... the amendment by t vious question. Among those who voted, under these circumstances, for the previous question were MORDECAIBARTLEY, Josep H. Crane, Wm. Stansbury, and Elisha Whittlesey, all of Ohio. Among those..."
Date:Sep 4 1844
Publication:Logansport, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:".... During the second year he was marry ed to Miss Marie Louisa Bartley, the accomplished daughter of Hon. MordecaiBartley, of Mansfield, O. As a student of the Norw&lk seminary in 1834-5 the face..."
Date:May 16 1902
Publication:Norwalk, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... it in For Governor, MORDECAIBARTLEY, Of Richland County. Congressional Convention, 21 Kl Distent. To the Whigs of the 2lst Congressional Deli id, comprising die counties of Huron, K-Tie, Lorain, and Medina : You..."
Date:Aug 6 1844
Publication:Norwalk, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... improving Sdiauel Push spent Sunda; with his brothei, James Pugh, of Manb- field. GOVERNORS OF OHIO botli MORDECAIBARTLEY-1845-1846. Mordecal Bartley succeeded his then acting governor, In 1845 Ho one..."
Date:May 24 1907
Publication:Mansfield, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... for the Big Spring on East Fourth St. near Adams. MordecaiBartley, a Mans- fielder who became gover- nor of. Ohio, told how that first building came about. "As-the town increased in population, public spirit..."
Date:Aug 4 1974
Publication:Mansfield, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... "sacks. B. Reynolds, James T. Sand- ford, James Standifer. OHIO. MordecaiBartley, Philemon Beecher, John W. Campbell, James Gazlay, Dun- can M'Arthur, William M'Lean. John "Pat- terson, Thomas R. Ross..."
Date:Dec 24 1823
Publication:Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"...-win, Chase, Allen and Foraker. v The following seized-in "the House .of Representatives in Congress: ington, Morrow, McArthur, Vance, Shannon, Corwin, MordecaiBartley Medill, Cox, Hayes, Allen, Young, Fos..."
Date:June 19 1906
Publication:Piqua, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:".... The first mill on that site was owned for a time by MordecaiBartley, who was governor, of Ohio back in the 1840s. Bartley followed his son, Thomas, as governor, mark- ing the only time in Ohio's history..."
Date:May 4 1975
Publication:Mansfield, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... office. MordecaiBartley was the father and Thomas Bartley the son. Both were Mansfield attorneys. It is believed that the Hartleys were the only father son combination to serve successively as gov- ernor..."
Date:Apr 25 1971
Publication:Mansfield, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... for distribution. He is a suitable man to defend the interests of MordecaiBartley. The one distributed Coffin-hand- other Hartford Convention pamphlets. A worthy brace, truly. is, m di wool over the eves of h..."
Date:Aug 16 1844
Publication:Washington, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... GoveritoT part of 1844, Richland. MordecaiBartley, elected in 1844, Richland. William Bebb, elected in 1846-, Butler. Seabury Ford, elected in 1848, Geau-gQ- Reuben Wood, elected under the new Constitution..."
Date:Jan 27 1859
Publication:Washington, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... guilty of gross decep- tion? Who the Who the Let the public j For HENRF CLAY. Yiee-Pmident, THEOD, FRELINGHUYSEN, For Boverior, MORDECAIBARTLEY, Of Richland County. SENATORIAL ELECTORS, THOMAS CORWIN..."
Date:Aug 13 1844
Publication:Norwalk, Ohio, United States of America
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