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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 29 April 1837

rilli fOIUJMY IHHOUm. 1 Vii nine 'sworn ufion tut Al'tat oV" Cod, eternal nobility to tvcry Term of Tyranny ovfcV tno Ktihd ot iviali" PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN S. INGHAM-. tefcOO&SBfcrjkfc, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA SATURDAY APlfcifc, "29, 18& Volume Otf'FlCE OF THE flEMOCftAT, jMhxt dooh to CaW. D. GnoSs's Hotm.. fferms of Publication. TWO DOLLJMS per anm(m p'aijhbte half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars $ fptfty Cents, if not paid within the year. JVb subscription will be taken for a less period than six months ; nor any discoiv kinuancc permitted uniilall arrearages are discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding Vi square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar -for the first three insertions, and TwaMy-fivc cents for every subscyrtcM insertion ICF-ft liberal deduction Made to those who advertise by the year. Fori the CoitfififciA br.Jjo'efciV. Sweet i wft ray's Iady ar As down the blushing check i lloXti., Fond Love must BUtcly mingle there As morning dews o'crchargo ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 29 April 1837

POLITICAL. THE Y32TOftIESSAC2-. Wc cin scarcely ifrffcjjinc how dolnocrats arc induced to sanction thc,vlo message of .Gov. Ritner upon thoImproM'nlcrtfbill, siftcf his having siimcd the IMammoth Bank bill especially when his reasons Tor vetoing the former arc founded upon decerti. n and falsehoods. "Vhrn the bill j-o'urteriog the United States Bank was presented to him for his signature, he could see nothing to disapprove) -although it enrjodic(d a host of other acts, both public and private ; and yet when the Improvement bill is handed him for executive sanction, he sets Iris foot upon it, because, of the different appropria tions in the same bill. AVhat glaring de ception ! Arc not all the appropriations for public purposes, and do they not embrace the same objects of utility to the public ? And were not the different acts attached to the omnibus Bank "bill as various -in charac ter and design as the kitchen-cabinet of his Excellency! "Wc have not time for any fur ther Temarks of...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 29 April 1837

fcC? Wc have been requested to Ktute that Mr. Jacod Hahts-el, a mclfibor "of the Grand Jury from "Miftliiiviltd; was fed iilto a support of the bill lo creel FircJ-.riroof buildings att)fttivillc) hy inisrcprfcsciilntibns; 'and tliat wfc may d.vpccl'froru him, ;ind rtnc or two others, a similar tioininuhicatioit to that of Mr faJft'ci. IvnifssJ.Kit. The (jt'iooo, which arc borrow ed froln the llanlt df or Uuimbeflaiul and for which the ptinjilh at'd taxed to pay interest, is a luimbittr scheme, now completely exploded, and which will only nrouSc" a large majority'of the citizens "of the county 'o a knowledge of the devices which arc tisddby the "eonsdrvativo" party to thwart their Wishes, and operate against Their interests. ICT'Wd have not yet fixed tipon'a m:cu h.n day of publication. Our next number, "however, will bo issued on Saturday, when wc shall make such arrangements as will best corrcspond'ith the' diflerent mail alul 'stage routes, and thusafl'ord the greatest fa cilitie...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 29 April 1837

THE MUSES' BOWER. "Mitch .yet remains unsung." The following! beautiful lines possessing the into vein of poetry and tho imagery of a gorgeons imagination, arc from tho young gentleman who gained the prize for the poetic address at tho opening of the Franklin Theatre of N, York. We had not ltwrd of him for a long time, and arc clad (o sec that his genius is Gathering new laurels amidst the rich scctrety of the west, teeming with all ihat is grand r3 picturesque in nature, From the Cincinnati JlcpufAieait. JVDDUESS TO SPIUNG. ST E. A. M'LUGULI!f, Qaocnorilio verdant liill, anJ flowery vale, The leaf-clad forest, and (lac balmy gslc, Where dost thou stay sa kmgl Queen of tho sylvan bower where jasmine twines, When rosy mom tn soft-eyed splendor shines, Where 13 thy Pan and hark! where is his songl Oh, 'tis not heard within tins forest glade; lie turns his rural pipe beneath the shade, Whcro woodbine wreathes alone Where branching boughs with graceful foliage bend And plumed choirs in ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 6 May 1837

CRAf I1iavc 6tVor uioii the Altar of Go'd, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." VoIUSU'C I ! , aadtees TT BH A lJACHEr.(jU.hlnVI3. nr tii Wr.ii m Am "A Highland Laddie h'card of 'war.'' "riio'illfilit waA diirk, the wihila blew UnJ) My fircliy fitu whs blinking; fSays I, I'm almost forty -five, . And wlmtliavo Iliccn thinking! Theft filtall I ucil, or shall I notJ , Khali I I)C lonely ever, ''Ami pjiurn great nature's noljlcst latot I'll he a bachelor never. A bachcloi! micli a Useless thing" , The world Uhb pdsigssing; . None bharc.) the blank within his hedtl, To none he is a blessing. 'Ifhq hn.i wealth tome wish him dcrtilj If poor, he's shunned for ever: IJ'on riches canllot purchase Mis?) I'll be a bachcldr rievtirt Was lovely wdman nol iicMnfi.1 To shard Blir joys and sorrow! To breathe tliii burning brow ofcardj To cltccr the light of morrow! Mutbarhelorf, aftdr nature's Itlwti, lliir dearest tics they sevdr; fCo rhild'cii lisp around his bodj I'l...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 6 May 1837

Encountffcmcilt to Volunteers. are gratified in Tcilig able to'stafc, that tlie fol lowing important provision Tor tire encour agement and support of volunteer corps, was passed at tlroiast session oT the legislature. The section was introduced by Gen. Rogers 'the senator from Bucks, and its passage Was ably and zealously advocated by him, as boing calculated to produce beneficial Ye suits. It met with much opposition when first suggested, and wag olico voted down Mn the senate. Gen. Rogers Was Hot dis posed to be thus casil discouraged lie a gain brought the subject forward, and ulti Vnatcly succeeded in carrying it through. The Volunteers of Pennsylvania will ap preciate the importance of this provision, and under its operation, volunteer corps will again revive and flourish. Fa, llcp. "Sect. 2. That from and after the pas sage of this act, every citizen of this com monwealth, and subject, to the performance of military duty, Tcsklingwithin the bounds of the second military divisi...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 6 May 1837

If .'CAN'A, tfAVtY&TlOK. Wo arc authorised by the Supcnfsor, Mr. S. D. Brobst to stale that the North Branch of the Pennsylvania canal is navi gable from tho mouth to the extension, at the Lnckawantr. The breach of the guard wall at the Nanticokc'dam is being repair ed, and loaded boats can now pass without much difficulty or dagger. JC7"Wo must again apologize for the dirth of news in this nu'ihhcr. Wc have as yet received but few exchange papers; ami -these, to tell the plain truth, afc not of 'much service, when we enjoy the facilities 'of daily 'mails, and frequently urcctWn in telligent stagc-pnsscriger. d have received no information "rcfspccling' the organization of 'the conven tion to alter and amend the state constitu Hlon. They ivero to asseihble on Tuesday asfin thc'capitalj and we learn that on Sat urday upwards of one hundred delegates had-arriVed. The following lift is copied from the Pennsylvania Reporter of tho 27th nil. tho latest paper received from llarris Utf...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 6 May 1837

ts r- . """whiwh 01 Arkansas tfnl t ,?",tlm! 0X39 hlt0 1,10 coufcdcra Vf, -which is now bcii.g .pressed tihon the Jt onllo of eongrc Sfd the ople go " ra ly, would se6m to Yeiulrf Ihtercstin.r n retrospective view tlm - steps by which ur ropnblfchas been gWilually extend its dimensions iWrll it now cxllnds over an the habitable land of the whole globe. v , ii,itocn, .Uni,ed Colonies, which lirstMtfptcd and-issircd tlie immortal Dec iaratidn of independence, entered into the confederation of 177S. nn,i f,..i .i Witutum of 1-780, Were New Hampshire,; ATnCCnol,,,li.. T)l...l. t 1 i 1 .! ivuuuc isiano, uonnccticut, ev lork, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, North Car olina, South Carolina and Georgia All the other state, Avhlch nrc now incnibora ol the Union, have been .since admitted in the following order; viz: Vermont, which was separated from N. lork, was admitted into the Union mh the year 1793. 7nnessce, which was separated from North Carolina, was admitted 1...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 13 May 1837

EIIOCMT TU have sworn upon the Altai- of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Itlaiu" 'HINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN S. INGRAM. BLOOMSBURG, SkUTvOSIA COTOTTY, PA. SATURDAY, MAY tXi,, 1837. Vol 51 1 11C I. IVnmJicr 8. HIMUXG W COJlINf:. HT JAMES .V.tCK. Spring is coming, spring m coming, Uirds nro chirping, inset Is humming ;' Flowers arc peeping from their sleeping, Htrcnms escaped from winter's keeping, In delighted freedom nulling, -Dance along in music guhing; , Sccnoi of latn in doadncsa snddoned, Smile in animation gladdened; All is 1-enoty, nil U mirth, All l glory upon" earth ! Shout nc, then, with naturo's voice, , ' Welcome spring! rejoice! rejoice! Spring is coming; come, my brother, ) Let us rovo with one another, To our Well remembered wild-wood, Flourishing in nature's childhood; Where; a thousand flowers nro infringing, And n thousand birds aro eimring; Where tbo golden sunl cams quiver On the verdure girdled river; Let our youth of feeling O...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 13 May 1837

The convention to reform the Constitu tion of Pennsylvania, assembled at the state capital on the 2d instant, all the delegates being present except Thomas Hastings, of JclTcrson county. Gen. Cunningham, of Mercer, was cho sen chairman; -and J. C. Middle and'CirAs. A. Barnitz, secretaries pro tern. Tire secretary of the commonwealth then presented to the convention a certified, list of the delegates elected to the conven tion; after which the convention proceeded to elect the presiding officers. The vote for president stood as follows: John Sergeant liad GO votes. James M. Porter " 03 'So that Mr. Sergeant was declared du ly elected; and after being conducted to the chair by Mr. Porter, made the following brief address: .'cntlcmcn, Members of this Convention. 'The station yon have called me to by your election, is one which in this common wealth, and elsewhere incur country, lias occupied by the most eminent citizens. However unworthy I must feel myself to be associated with tho ill...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 13 May 1837

THE COLUMBIA BtiMOCRAT. "iAnTn without feaA." Saturday, May IS, 18187. THE CONVENTIONS. AVo have only room to give a condensed "Vlfiw of the proceedings of the Conventions, "which wo glean from our llnrrisburg ex 'chango papers. The address and resolu tions of the "Integrity of the Unioii" con vention arc given entire; and when the con vention" td alter and amend the Constitu tion" gets properly organized, and pro ceeds to act upon the exciting topics which have long been agitated, and which will unquestionably bo Introduced into that body, we shall endeavor to give the proceedings more in detail, and occasionally present 'our readers with the speeches of the Dele gates. So far as business lias progressed, the party line has been drawn with the blackest kind of ink; and with thffexccption of Walter Forward, Esq. the delegates seems determined to have each question decided exclusively on party grounds. This gentleman is untrammelled by politi cal feelings he holds the balance of powe...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 13 May 1837

Laboring classes in Eunorn Tim Tnl low,ng interesting article S? $mth Amcncan Itcview, Tor October, give 5 glowing description of the -condition5" U.o laboring classes in Europe, i nga d0 ancans of -subsistence, the facilitiea 0f cdu- clasS if -Wei? tSo classes have m the government. It ought o ansp.ro every dtfzcn of this free an happy republic to guard with constant vigi- S,ral"St encroachments upon the institutions which guarantee to us the blcs- nuuui our oretnren beyond the sc arc destitute of. NL K rJ... In NonwAY, the ordinarv fnml nf ,o peasantry is breadimd gruel, both prepared ol oatmeal, with an occasional mixture of vuiuu i su. meat is a luxury they rarely In SxvkdvH, the dress of the peasantry is described by law. Their food consists oi naru urcarj, dried fish, and gruel -with out meat. In Denmark, the .peasantry arc still held ... uunuugc, aim arc bought and sold to. gether with the land in wbinli fim,. In Russia, the bondage of the peasantry is even more complete than...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 20 May 1837

. JLJUUtt .JWMA)SlMHUk. PlifllPtjIIATt . ..j!.,.... am .JtJ,,...,, ,,1 M , jj , M J ' h J ' 1 '' ' MINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN S. INCIti'' - Volume B. BEOOMSBPRG, 003LTOIMA COUNTY PA. SAT AY. MAT So -tag. AlimTtrr , tub dyi.vg nor. It must td (Meet in childhood to give back The fspiiit ta its Maker, ere tho heart llalh fpown familiar with tho paths of sin, And booh to gather up its bitter fruit. I kncwa,Loy, whoso infant feet had trod 1T.. !... 1.1 : And wli-m the eighth ennic round, and culled him out i o revci in in naiu, lie turned away, And Fought his chamber, to lie down and die. 'Turns night; ho summoned hio accustomed friends, And this wise bestowed h'u laM reoitMt: ' r "Mother, I'm dying now, Tlierc'H a deep suliooation on my breast, As if some heavy hand my bosom pressed, And on my brows I feel the cold sweat stand. Say, Mother is this death! Mother, your hnndl Hero lay it on my wrist And place tho other thus, beneath my . head; , And say, sweet Mother say, whcn'I am dead,...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 20 May 1837

MONDAY. TMnv- H litarA. ... , . J w, tuot, Alter prOliminarv motions nnll-.1wU. siows the Convention agreed tn .i ro.M;.-?., appointing the following committees on-the uincrcm arUclcs of our present constitution, Vfz; The 1st Article to a Committee of nine. U Article to a Committee of nine. i i Art!cl ,0 a Committee of nine. 1th Article to a Committee of nine. mil Article to a Committee of nine. -Jth Article to a Committee of nine. TWArticlo to a Committee of nine. 8th Article to a Committee of nine. Jth Article to a Committee of nine. Tuesday, "May 0, 1837. Several rasolutions requiring information from the Secretary of the Commonwealth in rcspoct to the number of incorporated companies, .for banking and other purposos, were offered, and laid on'thc table. .Air. Banks offered the following Resolved, That' the sccrctary-df the com- uuim uu requested to lumisli the con vention with a stnlnm - - - - ... v Uli IIUUI- ber or taxable inhabitants in ihe respective t,,n...ln P.1... . 1 i ....

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 20 May 1837

From the Myunlainreri THE STATU CONSTITUTION. No 1.0 .... After a lapse of nearly. rortTY-SKVEN t.aup, llio people of Pennsylvania arc a liout 1o nsseniblo in Convention, by their mitliorizcri agents, for the purpose of con sidering tllO F l! N n A M K NT A Ij LAW of tllC COlll- lnonwcnltli. Tlio Constitution which is now to be reconsidered, and if necessary, revised, was "done in Convention," tho HCcond day of Scptemder 1700, and pre sents, in its various provisions, the clearest evidence of political wisdom and pure re publican virtue. The period at whie.li the present consti tution was ordained, was highly favorablo for the proper performance of a task so im portant. The spirit of tho Revolution was still active, and continued to pcrviidc and animate the popular mind; the principal scenes of that momentous stniimlc were fitlll irlowinif in tho vivid recollections of those' who had iiarticinated in their glory or escaped from their terrors', and many of tho most prominent actor? i...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 20 May 1837

in , TTT'"I'ivcIy rinJ Pippins; Ami with a ypios tiffi top?f't ; ?ftp imiGifrsiSS'V iFuIianki There wq.-good.inen cv'ory vherciflbn who arc good for goodness' sake. In ob scurity, in rctiromeMi 'scarcely known to the world, and never -asking to be known, ihese are good men In adversity, in povcr-' ty, amid temptations, amid all the severity of earthly trials, there are good men, -whose lives shed brightness upon the dark clouds that surround them, .licit true, if avtj must admit the sadlrulh, ihat many arc estranged from Infinite Goodness; that many are cold ly selfish and meanly sensual cold & dead to everything that is not wrapped up in their own earthly interest, or more darkly wrapped up in the veil of fleshly appetites. Uc it so; but I thank God, that it is not all that wo arc obliged to beliOve. No; there arc true hearts, amid the throng of the false and the faithless. There arc warm and generous hcarts. wh'ich the cold atmosphere of surrounding selfishness never chills, a...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 May 1837

THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. I have sworn tilm the Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN S. INGRAM. "Volume I. from the Philadelphia SuiurdatJ Chronicle. ' ELEGY ON A MISER. lir hack vo STnxTCiir.n. Old Skinflint's dead! Holler don't laugh, But gravely scan hU epitaph! 1 Id's left the, tilings of time and sen? o His bonds, and mortgagcn, ond mils: And (without discount too) haspnid The debt of nature, long delay 'd. Doubt as you will, I'm Iold to say JIo always' ivalk'd in Wisdom's way, (When chancing in that path nside,) : , Because he was too mean to ride. His charity was used to roam, Fur from his heart and private home; , , Ho liked the. President and Pope, But seldom 'washed his hands with 'soap. His constant faith is clearly shewn By tills lie let good works alone. Daily he rose, resolving frcth, To wound and mortify the flesh; And oft for breakfast would he take, Arnbuldy crust.or heavy cake. He chew'd not, '(b...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 May 1837

ft 1 . HPECIE.-Wimagmo that thortdclift 7s"1" "amis to payr specie willJio Of 8I10rt llltrnttnv. .. . 'S .. jiuiKHfjr created. by actof assembly would operate too so.vnrnW on their profitable investments, by annulling uuuners. 1 nc lollowing sections of uic aci ot aotn Mansli, 1824, may bo inter esting at this time to a majority 6f our rea ders. Pttrtioh' &.J)igcst, pasc 1 10.-j AnT. XVHI. The said banks shall not at any tmrq suspend or refuse payment in gold or silver, of any of their notes, bills, "K"ons, nor 01 any moneys received, upon deposite in the' said banks; and the cashier of said banks respectively shall, when received, givo a certificate of -the time and amount of'everv such donositp.. in il. n nnr. son who makes the samc,.or his, her. or ineir legal representatives. And if any of the said bariks shall neglect to pay on demand, in gold or silver,? any bill, note, or oblimitinn issnm! Uv Ciu.i, bank, according to the contract, promise-,'-' xir understandin.qr therein...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 May 1837

the TuMfcsrEciti. Every Hank in Pcnnsylvmiiu.Nthv York, nnu Maryland, and most probably in ovcry slate in tlic Union, lias suspenucu specie payments, and thus completely uepnveu the peoplo of a metallic currency. How obvious to every discerning minu musi uc the inducements to this Outrageous breach of faith. Banks and Brokers, and the man agers of moneyed monopolies, are an inte gral mass of shavers and speculators, who cojinivc one with another to rcgumio vuc business and currency of the country, by a system of Jnsecurc credit, under the sanc tion of corporate privileges, conferred by the legislature. For some years past this portion of our citizens have been carrying on a game in which thousands were over looked to accumulate millions all on cred it nnd all dopending on a precarious ex change traffic. These speculators were cither holders of Bunk stock, or the agents of the holders they were generally the di rectors of the different Banking institutions and whenever a putting brec...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 May 1837

SMA'LIs NOTES. As varioils CoifllKiiiics mul Corporations have issued - notes 'of a less denomination tlian five dollars, for the purpose of displac ing silver coin, wc publish the , following, ncim Assembly, passed April I2tli, 1828, for tho information of the public : Sect. 1. From and after the first day of January next, it shall not bo lawful for any person orjicrsons, or body corporate, with the intcntion'io create orput in circulation, m paper circulating medium, to issue, cir culate, Or' directly or indirectly cause to be issued or circulatcd, any note, bill, check, ticket oripaper, purporting or evidencing, or intending to ipur.port or evidence, that flrjysum'Ies3.'Hiati five dollars will bo paid to the order of any person, or to anv pcr- son receiving or iioiumg sucn note, Dill, - 1 . i in check, ticket or paper, or to tho bearer of the same, or that it will be received in pay .ment of any debt or demand, or that tho "bearer of the same -or nny person receiving or -holding ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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