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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle, and the West Branch farmer. — 5 September 1849

LEW iCHRON J c 9 AND THE WEST BRANCH FARMER. H .---vHW 5ln inucpcniJcnt Jomiln Paper ucuolcu lo Nevus, Citctaturc, 3a!Hirs. -grirnltarc, Sticnrc attit iWoraliin. 1 niTTlTh PI e- C.j TiY 0. N. WORDEN. Tlie Lttrhbitrg i hronicir : I'ullii-hrd Wednesday Afternoon at Lcwioburg, Union couuiy. f Vnn Ivauia. Tlbms 2,0(1 fur n er, to I, j.aid in (he first ha'f year; if pameiit be not mud'1 wiiliin the vear : simile n.iml.o.a ici. Subscriptions for six nionhs or less (o I- pud in advance. Iji-icoiitmuaiices option! wiih the Publisher, except when i refiner are paid. Advertisements hatidsomtly inserted at tifl els. per square one week, fcl.OO for a mon'h, 8",()( a year. A reduction of these rules fir larger or longer Hdvtmts. j .'aual advertisements and Jub work tri be paid fr when performed. ! '. . .. All communications b' mml m'isf cnrr.e i ,,. ,.....!.;..H l..- ,h - iu., ..rl . I. . II. 111! DUJI1. .'I i the writer, to receive. a,Von'n. Office.M.irket strce Between Scenntf and Thiid. O. . ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle, And The West Branch Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle, and the West Branch farmer. — 5 September 1849

PenDSvlT&nia Financed, and the North Branch Canal. V - - TtttniT Department, f Harrisburg, August 14', 1846. j To Wm. Ft Johnston, Governor of Pennsylvania : Fir : In obedience to the requirements of the 35th and 86th section of ibe Act or the 10th of April last, the undersigned re apecllu'ly submits to your Ex ellency the following tihiblt ofthe finances of Penn sylvania S DR. To amount of money received in the Slate Trea-wry from the 10th of April to' the 14th of August, 1849. 2,173,256 CR. By amount of money paid out of Treasury aince the lOtb of. April, viz : Paid loan made to meet February interest f2fl 1,863 Paid the drafts of Canal Commissioners and fork keepers' wages on S ales works. 468,030 Paid damages on canals, Ate. 13.C29 Paid Hospital for insane poor 20,000 Paid public institutions in Philadelphia. 14.000 Paid August, interest on Slate debt, and Tioga, Pottsville and Danville guarantees. 1,014,757 Paid expenses of Gov ernn.ent, &c, Ax 75,82 . 9 1 ,668,91 Balan...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle, And The West Branch Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle, and the West Branch farmer. — 5 September 1849

I.KWISBURG ClIliOSICM: .1X1) WliS T IJSIAXCII FAIUIEK A journey man. Watchmaker TAMED in Letfi-biirc. bv A L H VTFIr.I.D. , BlUNDItKTirS PILLS. The Albunu .Irgui considcrsthe Bran dreib IVls well worthy the confidence .f the p.hlic. That he principle on uhich ihey cure disease U trm same as that of Lerov of Paris an J Swrdcnaux of Germ- nw i hm a . i i tf varwTV m nifnf nrn . . r iz ceed from, or are nearly allied In di-ordcrs ( of the stomach and bowels, and that bv uiig those remedies whi-h restore l .j health these important organs the d'eae will vanish. The Brar-dreih medicines wrofcss to rarrv out thi important p:in ciple. We have heard them sin lily re- ComnK-nOfd. mmy" ci;curagi-meni wnicn naa r.m ifppCH VU i vM . ... r . , . r .,..., Iwn eit-n.led lo Ihem Uuriuf the paat four teara, I " i A I CiO-H At O J1A.LiA1j, I lie genmut piU lor sale b J n.l I r.S. j W(uIt re.K clu) sjte u ilji f (hi w Bom co.npri.in, I.i,rN A JJrea. and M-sagea agent for l.r.w.iLurL'. pii'273 , Ur ol ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle, And The West Branch Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle, and the West Branch farmer. — 5 September 1849

n u n ojo u s . A Kilning Candidate. : A good tory is told of M ijor when a randidute for a county office io Muasisaippi. He was traveling the county id if der to make or rfnev an acquaintance with hi "repected friends and fellow citt wos," (a practice bv-th-by becoming rMtterdSgusting than othtrvviae.) i-nong other, the Mijor called on Farmer B.. who met him at the door and iutited him id wilh all bit usual, blunt cordiality. In few minutee ihe comely wife and band aome daughter made their appearance. "My wife. Major The Major arose and bowed. .'Kiss bar. Major," continued Mr.B , and the Major gmcefully saluted the dame. '. "My daughter, Major " Agin the candidate bowed as gracefully as pos aible, and amiled aaoal blandly. Kiss her. Major " The Major waa a little anrpriaed, but at abavlied, aod aaluted the young lady wilh all ibe woduaty and grace which he eould master. Well, Major," said Farmer B.. " you have kissed my wile, and you have kissed ay daughter. mpptt gou new kUi ME J"...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle, And The West Branch Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle, and the West Branch farmer. — 12 September 1849

? 5 . j . 1 J WEST BR AW CH FARMER. 1 ,,-.' V .' A SVh iniicpcHiicnt Jmniln Papci- dctiolco to Ncujs, Citcraturc, Politics, CVgricaltnrc, 0cicnrc nno ittornlitn. BY 0. N. WORDEN. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 1849; VOL. YI., NO. .-24-384 , tE mi SSURG :dB OH Rift I C J ARID THE The JLeicikburg hronicle : Published WcJneeday Afternoons at Lewi-burg, Union coumy. lenmilvajiia. Tbiims.t- g2,00 for a year, to le paid in ihe rrf naif year; 82,50, if pa..ei be not madi' within tlie year; single iiiunhcis, " V-l-'. - lUOM t II... 3 .. SI A 1ll1fT Iff J to bi paid in advanre. Discontinuances opti'.iii.i iih tic; Publisher, except when arrearages are paid. A Ivertisemcnts handsomely inserted at ftO cis. per square one week, 81,00 for a tnimi h, S-00 a j ear. A reduction of these rt'cs fir larjer or longer advtmls. Casual advertisement and Job work to be paid fr when performed. j All communica;inns by mail must come post piid, accompanied by the address of the w riter, to receive attention. Office. Market...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle, And The West Branch Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle, and the West Branch farmer. — 12 September 1849

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE AND WEST BRANCH FARMER Dcstractlve Fire. The beautiful residence of Dr. J. J. Up oVgrafT in Jackson township in this county, wm entirely consumed on Monday night Inst, between 12 and t o'clock. The fire it ia supposed, originated in the back room bulow, and extending up between-the stud ding to the wall plate above broke out throaghube plastering, and-when the Doc tor awoke lie found the heat) Board-and ail tew or bis bed on fire. He had' barely time to escape with his children. Nothing was saved but some little bedding and a few books. Ms library or about 1500 volumes and his surgical instruments, the best col lection this side of Philadelphia, which he valued at $2000, were all destroyed. He estimate his whole loss at about 28,600 part of which, $3,750, is covered by insu rance in the Lycoming Mutual Aisurance Company. fjSunbury American, 8th insi Terrible Falallty. Sandusky City is not alone in sever affliction from the visitation of tile Cholera, In two towns...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle, And The West Branch Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle, and the West Branch farmer. — 12 September 1849

I.EWISlUTltC CIIUONICL.K ANII WEST BKAXCIl FARMKU FOR SALE-SI irarm, SITUATED in Kelly township, Uuiou count v, Pa., 41 miles from Lewisburg, (the seat of the new University.) The farm COtllBIIIS 235 acres, of uliicli 160 acres arc cleared, an J in a good slate of cultivation. A large proportion is Limestone land. As respects water and meadow, the lartu has rare ad- ! vantage, there being on il several never failing springs, and a stream running thro its center affording facilities by which stock cm be watered in every field. In good wimm. Ill to 50 ton Can be cut frein the meadow land. I tie House and j . i Birn lire, frame, the pa, flatter nearly new, ui'd:fc 'well finished : Ttu re is aWr? 'so a Tenant House, nd nil fS out Iiiiili1ii" appertaining lo a lurm also mi Orchard wi'h a variety of ("nod Fruit. Tlie above I 'arm is ollered in whole or in patt to sii'l ptitchascrs, nnd a poriiou ol (lie purchase money may remain sccund by the premises. W M . II. RIL--DV, I ,. BOBEUr IIAVK...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle, And The West Branch Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle, and the West Branch farmer. — 12 September 1849

IJEWISBURG CilliOMCLK AN1. WKST BHAXfll KABMER HUM 0 R 0 II Si t Selected for the Chronicle Plain Talk. Mm. Svvisahi-lin. of the Pittsburg Sat Jtilay Visiter, goes lor horsewhipping aYuukarda lo reform them, and in auswer o tliose who charge her with wanl ol womanly sympathy, quotes the passage whom the Lord lnveih, he ehastiseth.' Of the tippling shop and their victims, he speaks a ier ihia fashion f If e were a man if we were a voter we would vote down the doggeries. A we are women, il e had a husband, fath er, or brother, who was likely to become a victim to the serpent of the mil. we would lake their disease in tin.e in the first stages and warn ilie dram-eller within reach, not to encroach on our harth, and if they persisted, we would burn down their establiahinouts, wiiti as clear a con science as e could Luild a fire to burn the June busanJ bave our p'ums. 'I his will be called ineeiidiary doctrine; but despf rate diseases want desperate rem edies, and where on happiness, and...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle, And The West Branch Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle, and the West Branch farmer. — 19 September 1849

LEWISBURG DAW c 5 AND THE WEST BRANCH FARMER. CVn iridrpaiftcnt Jamtln yapcc DcuotcD ta News, Citcraturc, Politics, Agriculture, Science an& ittordlitn. BY 0. N. W011DEN. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 19, 1849; VOL. YL, NO; 25-285.' The Euirihbnrg thromtle: Published Wednesday Afternoon- at Lcwiburg, Luion county. Pennsylvania. Terns. 2,00 Tor a year, to I paid in the first hair year; &'2,5U, if payment be tiot made wiiliin the year ; single numbers, 5 els. Subscriptions Tor six months or I- to be piid in advance. Discontinuances optional with the Publisher, except when arrearages are paid. . Advertisements handsomely inserted at SO cts. per square one week, 81, UU for a mon'h, 8-5,00 a year. A reduction of these rales for larger or longer advtmls. . Casual advertisements and Job work to lie paid for when performed. All communications by mail must come ftcst p tid. accompanied by the address of the writer, to receive attention. Office.M.irket street between Second and Thud. O. N. Wobubji...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle, And The West Branch Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle, and the West Branch farmer. — 19 September 1849

i.i;winuira ci:nosiciu axd west iiiiaxch faiimer The Cuba Expedition The etptdkioa for the invasion of Cuba, from this city, has, for the present at least, ln-eu broken op. The parties concerned in it have declared their purpose of abandon, jna it entirely, as they are convinced the course they have pursued has been illegal and unjust ifiable. The Sea Gull still lies at enelrer under the bows of the Norih Caro lina, and is in charge of Passed Midship man Spicer and a guard of marines. Her care", which consists of muskets, ammuni tion, &,&c, is to be lorihwith taken out, and her owners promise to give bonds that he shall not be employed in any illegal expedition. The steamship New Orleans also lays at the head of Cherry streel.under the charge of a guard of marines.comman ded by Lieut. Broome. She has on board a very large quantity of coal end water, and also many barrels of bread and beans. On Saturday, while searching the ship, a large numbered tin pots and plates.such as a...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle, And The West Branch Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle, and the West Branch farmer. — 19 September 1849

1 11 y 1 . 1 I ..' . 'I JWII am.S.LHI.1 I tll, ! .Ul'J-Jin.l.'l W-l1 -i WU. :1;EWIS?IJUKG ?Ci!iKONICljH ' AX5 WEST BI.AXCM .'UHLIC NOTJCIv 1TE have this div boiohl t Private c !t- nf A mi b fit KsnvJI yds .1 carpet, 2 tables, I settee, 1 bureau and bookcase, 1 2 chairs, I eight-day clock, 1 a, .A s'ovc, I lo.ikiiiii-g'ass, nnd 1 hog, nnJ t!,.it we: have loaned tin same during our . iM-iiirc to tin? S lid Kennedy, of which ih- public may lake notice J &. J. WALLS. Iicwisburg, Sept. 19, 1SI9 MORE testimony in fivir of Dr. M-L um 'o Liver Vi'.U. I wiid Iip j .asv to til! a volume with ccttifientes ! I the "cxcf!U-ii-e ol this medicine. Where-' . i i i . l i.. I ever it v nio a trai a ujs iimji. i popular. Vt'e hive in cur possession hun liieds of orders like ihe following : -Varylitira, Y., Ibclti, I -J7- " Messrs. Kdd &. Co. Your travelling aL"iit k'f' with im a short lime smee, n quantity of M'Lane's Liver Pills. The w hole lot sold very rapidly, and give the highest satisfie...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle, And The West Branch Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle, and the West Branch farmer. — 19 September 1849

I.EWISBUUG CII1CONICL.H AND WEST BIIANCII FARMER j ii HUMOROUS. a Mattel Uog Reeve. Years ago, and, lor aught we know, ir su esists i here was a statute in vogue in .Vctr flm;isrilre, legalizing the annual election or hog reeves throughout the towns it) .the State.. The office was a lucrative one. sotm places, though it was generally made opprobrious, and the most ubnoiious individuals in the community were usual ly selected to fill this post. Some pood jokes occurred in various ways, in connec tion with the office, however. Farmer Thorow resided in a small town, above Nashua, and prided himst'lfiipno. the neatness of his cattle, the cleanliness of his fields, the symmetry ol his fences, and the thriftiness of his orchards but farmer T. was nervaus, penurious and cloae fisted. Waking early one morning, he discov ered on a sudden, from his chamber win dow, that four large hops find brnken imo a nice young orch'ird of his, just below the house, and in his usual exci'eable manner, he h...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle, And The West Branch Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle, and the West Branch farmer. — 26 September 1849

CHRONICLE BURG 9 AND THE WE ST BlfA N C H FARMER. -r-r-TT.-. - 2in micptnJJtnt Jmnilji JJapcv Devoted lo Ntts, itcraturc; Politics, Agriculture, 0cicncc anil Utovalitn. VOL. VI., NO. 26-286. BY 0. N. WORDEN. AVEDNESDAY, SEPT. 26, 1849. LEWIS The JLt tvihbnrg t Itronicle : PuUuhed Wednesday Afternoons at LewWiurg, L'ciou coumy. Pennsylvania. Terms. 82,00 for n year, to be paid in ihe first half year; 82.50, if payment lie not made within the year-; single numbers, 5 ct. Subscriptions for six nionshs or less lo be paid i advance. Discontinuances optional with the Publisher, except when arreatages are puid. Adver'isements handsomely inserted at oU cts. per square one week, 81,00 for a moii'h, g.r,00 a year. A reduction of these rates for larger or longer advtmts. Casual advertisements and Job work to be paid fr when performed. All communications by mail must come post paid, accompanied by the address of the writer, 'o receive aurnuon. OiTice. Market streeffcetween Second and Thiid. O. ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle, And The West Branch Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle, and the West Branch farmer. — 26 September 1849

A Remarkable Ministry. Dr. Spring, who ha just sailed for Eurotw, preached his thiriy-nioth anniversary discourse to hi congregation in New York ling the oldest pastor in the coy on Sunday las'. During these thirty-nine years," he re marked, " the ministers and officers of the churches who then welcomed the speaker to itis field of labor, h:ive passed away. There remains not a member of the Pres byterian, not a minister of the gospel o' any denomination in our City, who was ii the ministry when I first commenced m labors. Of the eldsrrs anil dene-ins ol this church who at that limi were living, uot one remains." Fortune's Changes. A few days since young gentleman related to us the fol lowing: He said thit his mother was speaking in tiie evening at a social home circle, of lor: Hue's changes acid rcioaiLfd, that in htr giiihood, at a so cial pany, where there was music and dan cing, a young blue ejed, light haired boy Baked her to dunce. Site refused, and thought hi-n rather presumin...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle, And The West Branch Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle, and the West Branch farmer. — 3 October 1849

BURG CHRONICL 1 AND THE 17 EST BRANCH FARMER. CVn iniitpraiitnt Jomiljj Paper ictotcii to Ncujs, fcitcrotnrc, Politics, Agriculture, 0cicncc anil ittorulitn. BY 0. N. WORDEN. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 3, 1849. YOL. VI., NO. 27-287. sw LEWIS The Letcisbtirg Chrouirte: rublisbed Wednesday Afternoon at Lewuburg, Uuioa county, Pennsylvania. Terms. 22,00 for a year, to be paid in (he first half year; 82,50, if payment be not made wiihm the year ; single numbers, 5 cts. Subscriptions for six months or less to be paid in advance. Discontinuances optional with the Publisher, except when arrearages are paid. Advertisements handsomely inserted at 50 cts. per square one week, 81,00 for a month, 85,00 a year. A reduction of these rntes for larger or longer advtmts. Casual advertisements and Job work to be paid fur when performed. All communications by mail must come post p lid, accompanied by the address of the writer, to receive attention. Office.Market street between Second and Thiid. O. N. WuKDKif, Pu...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle, And The West Branch Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle, and the West Branch farmer. — 3 October 1849

Nothing surer than JLanil- and no better Farms than in Union county. Sox Sale, fPHE HOUSE ANI LOT sitii.trd .. the conn r ofThiid nn'l Airluuiy Sis (diaoaiiol from II. R. Nob's ) li is a p..r l Town Lot Ni 120, iHfini! leet wide, ami has en il a small liume Dwelling, S'a V.f, ul!:i-r out b'li'.dings. Po.-se-soi can be given in ten dais. Any one wish in t a home, will lease call soon. Teum made easy. S. AMMON. Lew isl.urg, O.-!. I. JglU VTOTICE is lit r;li pivcn, that ly virLu X .f uu in tier of Ihe Oij.lnin Court o L'uon c umy, will I f exposed lo Pub i S ile, on Vi:u.KsUav the 2 Ml day o( Oc- joiiki! next, by llie undersigned. Adminis trators of I toot as Iihum:, tit-censed, tin f .l!o iiig rcul promo y, i wit : All thai messuage ami Ir.ici of land, sa tiated in Kcilv Ti- Union Co , a.ij .imuj. l.inJs ol Jacob lliirlmni), Ail.un Sinhl, and o hers, containing about 150 ACiOS. "" 111) acres e'ea ml, the bViuice good limber l.uid, all well wanted ulnae. .11 is tiociei a two s'ory II i...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle, And The West Branch Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle, and the West Branch farmer. — 3 October 1849

UL 41 $?mn rirwi 5-srh o pvr DSC ft ir u n a 6 &. si (tint oacw Anne' iwtuj LEWISBUIIG, PA. riWE public are respee'rully informed that JOHN FORSTER has received, and ow ..ffcr- lor sale a very "I.irsc sioi'k ol i? an La - ;.;n, l! arlirb S it"!)' C ",M a TV in Il.e finer kinds of goods no. Usually ItO.iM : :.. i i..r.-. l.-i-i iire made el-e.v is mv ir nr-one r" east 20 TCr Cent. Wow cu-'.m.nry r.., s nil those who buy will. CASH, s the ( ii i a-t in i tinuini I make s.i.au pure... , . . ,,. fashioned v -' ?m img thru giving io the manv w ho ileal in Ijewi-niro - , . , m-rohan. the advantage of high P.iec: J'" ''"'' -nM resp,,-.ruliy say Lull and examine mv kw priced Sod: The puleic will upon trial appreciate the of l.uvimr for cash, and where business is done .r ca-h only as. ih.-re is no n-k to ,,. of crHit or trad", nod goods are s 1 J at a small ativauce on cost prices. 'Among mi slni-k is a lur! Variety nt on.hnrinir Cwimorra, Safiivlts, VcMinas Twel VUh Tor .ick amlt 'vrrr...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle, And The West Branch Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle, and the West Branch farmer. — 3 October 1849

I.KWISBUKG CHRONICLE AND WEST BRANCH FARMER ii a u ojo o s . The l uttifecty oflKmry. lu the village of Washington, Fayette C , Ohio, there wu a Irnnsir-nt ort of rmmage, a kind of floating furnet-r.nanvd flinklt Jacob IIiukK cwnmonly called 1J Jikellinklc originnlly a Pinns)Kia rtta, L 'licasit-r county Dutchman. W ell, Ulc Uinkle owned or had squatted on a -mall- patch of laT just bey ond old Mother Rosen bottom," that lies a mile east ..f JkitileSnnlce fork of Paint creek, which very thuudering fool out West know tmptiea into Big Paint, which finally rolls out into the Muskingum and then into the Ohio. Very well : having settled the geographical position' of Jake Uinkle, let mi go on lo state how it canie about that he was pronounced dead one colJ morn iif , and how l.e came up to town and de nied the assertion. Jdke Ilinkle loved corn ; lived on it, as must eople do in the interio ol Ohio and Kentucky he hived coru, but loved corn n hiskfj more, and this hive mny a time tirmight...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle, And The West Branch Farmer
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