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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Georgetown Watchman — 23 March 1867

>/• ' ~ /r&3 i ■ %V <*-• THE WiTCB'HAN IS PUBLISHED EVERT SATUBDAT, 'f AMffiOff IN TOE COURT HOUSE.] ' T~E R M S: For 52 nnmbers, $2 50 Specie " 26 " ............ 150 " n 13 ♦« ............ 100 " Rates «f Adfcrtising: One square* $1 00 for first, and fifty cents for each additional insertion. One square 9 fcsertions, 400 ii «•- 12 " 5 00 it u j7 " 6 00 ™ 25 " . . 7 50 •« •« 30 u 8 00 u "40 " .. ,9 00 M « 52 " 10 00 yy Tan lines or les^ this size type, con- . stitute one square. For ali display advertisements, 50 per efent. additional. Liberal deduction wUl be made for stand- ing advertisements. Estray notices, two dollars each. Obituaries exceeding tea lines, to be ^terged as per rates. Ifarmge notices published free of charge. iy Our terms will be invariably, in ad- vance, J& ! 1 The Watchman is the official adver- tiser far the counties of Williamson, Miliarrif Burnett, Lampasas, San Saba and Llano. 1 Poetry* WILLIAM FOSTER, Publisher. VOLUME 1. GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, SA...

Publication Title: Georgetown Watchman
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Georgetown Watchman — 23 March 1867

THE.WATCHMAN. Georgetown, March 16,1867. \V. H. Henderson, ) th, _ ' W. Iv. Makemson, f er)it0rs- 't The Miiiiation. What is, or what is to be, the con- dition of our Country politically we iu y have our individual opinion*, and as individuals, are at liberty to express kthem whenever occasion may demand. ■Jut these individual views, whether worth anything or not, we forbear to publish in the columns of the Watch* man. We will not say that in politics we are neutral. That sounds too much like indifference. Nor will we claim to be independent unless with a quaii fication, and that is with a conscien- tious discharge of duty to the "law of the land," to God and our Country. Leaving to all other journals to judge for themselves, we believe that this one, (the Watchman,) in the pre- sent status of our people, can better discharge that duty by keeping out- side of fields of political discussions and working in other field:?, which are far more in need of cultivation, and the fruits where...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Georgetown Watchman — 23 March 1867

tjdc watchman t is publisher every saturday, * 4OFFICE IN THE COURT J10USE.] T~E RMS: Ter 52 numbers, $2 50 Specie « 26 " 15® " « 13 «• 1 00 " Rates of Adferlising: One square, $1 00 for Grst, and fifty cents far each additional insertion. One square 8 insertions, 4 CO a « ] 2 " *.5 00 • i «« 17 •« 600 .« « 25 " 7 50 ii t« go •• ............8 00 " 11 40 ~ *' ® 0® «« 52 " * .1000 Ten lines or les3, this size type, con- stitute ono square. For all display advertisements, 50 per cent, additional. Liberal deduction will be made A r stand- ing advertisements. . Estray notices, two dollars each. Obituaries exceeding ten lines, to be charged as per rates. Marriage notices published free of charge. Our terms will be invariably, in ad- vance, _jg3 The Watchman is the official adver- tiser for the counties of Williamson, Miliam, Burnett, Lampasas, San Saba and Llano. Harry L. Allen, Commercial and Advertising Agent, Houston, Texas, is the authorized Agent for the ^Watchman." LOCAL AND PERSONA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Georgetown Watchman — 23 March 1867

I j. c. s. morrow, p. l. price. MORROW & PRICE, Georgctoicnt - Texas. Keep constantly on liand a large stock of goods well adapted for tlie trade of Western Texas. Their stock consist of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, HI SHOES, LADIES' and GENTLEMENS' IIATS, NOTIONS, STATIONERY, CROCKERY WARE, HARDWARE, TIN WARE, WOODEN WARE, SADDLE E Y — AND — HA RNE S S. AND they offer all the above lines of goods as low as any house in their section of the State. Country Merchants and parties living on the frontier, are especially requested to call and ex- amine their stock before going to Austin to purchase. ltf OLD GROCERY turned into a NEW STORE, E. H. NAPIER, Sonth-west corner Public Square, GEORGETOWN, - . TEXAS. IAV RECEIVING, and will keep an hand a well selected stock of Her.c h a n d i s c adapted to the wants and tastes of the peo- ple of this section of Texas. Consisting in part of DRY AND FANCY GOODS, CLOTHING, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, • Over-shirts, &c. Hardware, General assort...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Georgetown Watchman — 24 August 1867

f THE WitCHIAN •s Published eteby Saturday, [OFFICE JN THE COURT SOUSE.] TERMS For 52 numbers, ... $*2 50 Specie 26 13 1 50 1 00 Rates of Advertising: One square, $1 00 for first, and fifty cents for cosh additional insertion. Oneaqutar© 8 insertions, 400 • i «« 12 • rt ' 17 25 SO 40 62 5 00 . 600 . 7 50 8 00 . 9 00 10 00 gy Ten lines or less, this size type, con- stitute ode square. For afi display advertisements, 50 per cent, additional. Liberal deduction will be made for Btand- \ag advertisements. Estray notices, two dollars each. QbHaaries exceeding ten lines, to be charged as per rates. Matri<age notices published free of charge. &r Ofcr ierriis will be invariably, in ad- *"*nce, Harry L. Allan, Commercial and Advertising Agent, Houston, Texas, ia the authorized Agent for the "Watchman." Ifich'd. C. Hart, is our duly au- thored agent at Brenham. T. L. Schaffer, Galveston, is our duly authorized agent. DBmI WILLIAM K. FOSTER □ Publisher. " One ink-drop, on a solitary thou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Georgetown Watchman — 24 August 1867

s THE WATCHMAN.^ Gbobgetowx, August 24,1867. W. K. Makemson, } "Lssaehar is a strong ass couching down between two burdens." When the patriarch Jacob, just be- fore he "surrendered all" to sleep with his fathers, pronounced a prophe- cy for each of the twelve tribes of Is- rael, and stamped npon Issachar the character of the " strong asshe presented in bold relief the strength and endurance of Issachar—the burt dens which that- .tribe would have to hear and the difficulties with whioh it would have to contend. Town was not then to sit for the picture, but she seems to hare been ever the of die United States. —Issachar before annexation, Issachar ever since, and Issachar still; but in a fcb way to rise superior to her bur dens, to surmount all her hills of dif fioulties, and be no more an Issachar From her infancy to this hour, her strength and endurance has been tried to the uttermost with many more bur dens than two, and she has continued to rise against them all. Other new States ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Georgetown Watchman — 24 August 1867

gSMWfiWal i* - • ■ ;ic V; , ■ ' :•. trt ' : mammm • *'V ' '*■ - • ' - :• . • . '*• ' V; - " .• ■ i£3 &i~ V; : ..." ... '. •'•••• ■;. .-* '.'*■ ti'Ss i —as a ae watch > is published xvxrt saturday, tOFFICE m THE COURT HOUSE.] TERMS: For 83 numbers,.... 44 J6 " M 18 « ... |2 60Specie ..160 " .. 1*00 •• Rates of Advertising: " '•• v • ' ;>.*•-• -s". ■ * One square, $1 00 for fiat, and fifty cents for efch additional insertion. One square 8 insertions, 400 «* " 12- 44 6 00 «• «« 17 44 ............ 600 - " 25 44 .... 750 •• •« 80 44 .............00 « " 40 44 900 _« •* 62 44 10 00 BT Ten lines or less, this rise type, con- stitute one square. For all display advertisements, 50 per t^nt. additional. . Ciberal deduction will be made for stand- ing advertisements. Estray notices, two dollars each. Obituaries exceeding ten lines, to be charged as per rates. Marriage notices published free of charge. * Our terms will be imfariably, in ad- a f% I publicity to anything that we did not ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Georgetown Watchman — 24 August 1867

V- v , • - --'V "■* IMff—'' '" "'^U~ ; •. . -./ .- ..••■• - ;•*->•••- - .... , rw^\. sjpbw '"' ' -. ' * . -.J • ' • • ' ■ £isM«I «■-"■ rrt •♦-agSftgr-g' --..' , 1 MOB "£5® If yon want any thing V i Ike merchandize line, read this column. * J. C. S. MORROW. F. L. PRICE. MORROW St PRICE,. '• -:*■.■??■ .4 • :V~ . ''-'-I.. MERCHANTS, MARKS & BRANDS. Georgetown, Texas. TN addition to the large and wen assorted _L stock of General Merchandise, recently eceived, we are constantly receiving fresh supplies direct from New York. 1*18 OSNABURGS & LOWELS. Suitable for Wagon Sheets and Tent Cloths, at MOBROW & PRICE'S. DRESS GOODS, Black Silksvand Alpacas, Lawns, Organdies, Plain and Dotted Siriss, Plain and Cross * Barred Jaconets, Chambray and ' Cheeked Ginghams, and a va- riety of ether Dress Goods can be found at MOBROW & PRICE'S LINENS, Irish linen and Linen Cambric, Coat and PantUnen, 4c., Ac., at MORROW & PRICE'S. HICKORY, TICKING, Cotton Stripes and Plaids, at lowe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Georgetown Watchman — 20 March 1869

I 31 E W A T C H .H A. ^ IS PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY, W. K. Makemson, ) Wii. K. Foster, f ed,tor3' i. TERMS: For 52 numbers,. " 26 " 13 $2 50 Specie 1 50 " 1 00 " HI AKEMSOI? FOSTER, ?l isccl laneous. Editors and Proprietor*. Rates of Advertising": One square, $1 00 for first, aud fifty cents tit each additional insertion. One square 8 insertions, 4 DO • " 12 " 5 0O } " •• 17 " 6 00 •• 25 " 7 56 •• " SO " 8 00 " " 40 " 9 00 " 52 " 10 00 tw Ten lines or less, this size type, con- st tute one square. For all display advertisements, 50 per c<>nt. additional. Liberal deduction will be made for stand- ing advertisements. Estray notices, two dollars each. Obituaries exceeding ten lines, to be ^ charged as per rates. Marriage notices published free of charge. tw Our terms will be invariably, in ad* vance, From the Galveston Civilian. TEXAS CATTLE TRADE. The Kansas City, Mo., Times pubi. lished a letter of inquiry from a gentleman in Texas io relation to the laws of Missouri anu Kansa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Georgetown Watchman — 20 March 1869

4^ Kiery Shoulder Wheel. io iae Mow that Spring is at hand in all its beauty and splendor, and nature having beautified the face of the earth with a lavish hand, it is but meet that. we should add to the generality of snrroundings in order that all may be in unison. Every one has a duty to perform. The granaries are to be filled, the stock interest cared tor, houie embellishments looked after, and a better state of social feeling cul- tivated. Who will be the lageard? Kvpiry one performing their part, here in Georgetown, in Williamson county, will exist a populace happy and cou tented. No feelings, political, section *1 or sectarian should have a place in <.ur hearts : old differences and person- at feuds should be forgiven and fur. gotten and brotherly love prevail.— To this end let all work if we would be happy and prosperous. That wliic-> has passed canuot be recalled and he who would continue so prejudiced against oue who perhaps had uueuded unknowingly, as not to forgive,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Georgetown Watchman — 20 March 1869

iTiN^y A T € II iH A. IV is published every saturday, W. K. Makemson, 1Fditors WM. K. Foster, f il)n0b8-_ TERMS: For S2 numbers, $2 50 Specie •• 26 " 1 50 " is " 1 00 " Rates of Advertising: One square, $1 00 for first, and fitly cents [it each additional insertion. One square 8 insertions, 4 00 « «« ia " 5 0(> «« •• 17 " 6 00 «• " 35 " 7 50 w 30 M 8 00 •« •« 40 " 9 00 « " 62 ** 10 00 tr Ten lines or less, this sixe type, con- stitute one square. For all display advertisements, 50 per cent, additional. Liberal deduction will be made for stand- ing advertisements. Eft ray notices, two dollars each. Obituaries exceeding ten lines, to be charged as per rates. Marriage notices published free of charge. Our terms will be invariably, in ad' ▼ance, flcll LOCAL. J. A. Mercer, is our duly au- thorized agent at Austin. Rich'd. C. Hart, ia our duly au- thorized agent at Brenham and else* where. LOCAL AND personal. A SAN GABRIEL LODGE, XX No. 89, F. A. sr., Meets the third Saturday in each m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Georgetown Watchman — 20 March 1869

LOOK, LOOK. JtllLI.IAIK V. -MRS. MARTHA NICHOLS, ("south side, of pecan street,] Austin, 2 eras. I am"now just. in receipt of, and will con- tinue to receive large orders of everything pertaining to the FASHIONABLE MILLINERS LINE. Every Variety of Bonnets, Trimmed ac- 1 cording to the latest Fashion, and to order. , Bridal Costumes, Wreaths. Inserting*. Lace*. Ribbons, Silks, &c., cheaper than ever of- fered in the city. My present stock consists of the largest ; and most, carefully selected variety ever of- fered to the public, and I only ask an exam- ination to ensure sale. IN CONSEQUENCE .f lmt AVENUE been favored with very low rate ■ of freight daring the Summer I am ab'e to offer to my friends and customers at HOTEL, OK KS A R CLE TI LLY KEMP AUSTIN, TEXAS. JOEX STRINGER.. B. Proprietor TIIT^ HOUSE is commodious and con- i veniently arranged large and well ventillated The proprietor's long experience, iu, hotel keeping, has tnutrht him to pain public pat- ronage, a house sh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Georgetown Watchman — 27 March 1869

TIG WATCHMAN B PUBLISHED If?** SATURDAY, W. K. MAEEMSON, ) WK. K. FOSTER, f EDrr0R3- TERMS: for M nwmbera,. 9360Specie " N •• 140 ; It « 1 00 " Rates of AdTerliiiny: Om aqtini $100 for first, and fifty eeata f r each additional insertion. One square 8 iaaertioaa, 400 • IS •* 5 0u •• " 17 * ...600 • •• St " 7 60 • « SO M 8 00 •• •• 40 " 900 • « ts " 1000 Qf* Ten lines or lew, this size type, con- stitute one square. for all display advertisements, SO per cent. additional. Liberal deduction will be made for stand- ing advertisements. (stray notices, two dollars each. Obitaaries exceeding tea lines, to be •barged as per rates. Marriage notices published free of charge fWT Our terms will be tnvmriably, in ad* srawiK MAKEMSOft & FOSTER, i Editors and Proprietors* VOLUME 3. GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH '27, 1869. NUMBER 5. TBS DENTON OUTRAGE. The Negro Pwnued% Captured and Killed—the Outraged Lady Fires the Fatal shot. Last week we gave the particulars of the rape upon the perso...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Georgetown Watchman — 27 March 1869

COMMUNICATED. Editors Watchman: In your columns of few days since I noticed that there had been a meet* ing of the citiiens of San Saba county for the purpose of devising ways and means of establishing a regular mail route from Austin via San Saba to Fort Concho, crossing the Colorado at the Eagle Ford; appointing J. B. Harrell and others to build a ferry boat &o., I feel satisfied that if this county accomplish their desire, the commit^ tee appointed to survey the route build the boat &c., will complete their work in every particular, thus giving the residents of this county better mail facilities than they have ever before, enjoyed. To this end it seems that they have made a wise commencement in selecting Dr. Robert Masterson to confer wifh Gen. Canby, he beiog a gentleman of influence, really porsonifying in every respect, "the right man in the right place." I trust they may suceed in getting the rente as desired, which will pass immediately through my old soldier" ing gr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Georgetown Watchman — 27 March 1869

ionti. TH| WATCBX1N is published kvf.rt saturday, W. K Makeksos, 1 Editors. Wm. K. Foster, j T E R For S3 numbers, $2 50 Specie 26 " 1 50 " IS « 1 00 " Rates of Advertising: One square, $1 00 for first, aod fifty cents fw each additional insertion. One square 8 insertions, 4 00 « m 12 " 5 Oo •« •« 17 " 6 00 •• «• 25 " 7 50 " SO " 8 00 * " 40 ** 9 00 • " 52 " 10 00 pT Ten linee or less, this size type, con- stitute one square. For all display advertisements, 50 per cent, additional. Liberal deduction will be made for stand- ing advertisements. Estray notices, two dollars each. Obituaries exceeding ten lines, to be charged as per rates. Marriage notices published free of charge pT Our terms will be invariably, in ad' vanee, JP J. A. Mercer, is our duly au- thorized agent at Austin. Rich'd. C. Bart, is our duly au- thorised agent at Brenham and else*- where. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. SAN GABRIEL LODGE, No. 99, P. A. M., Meets Che third Saturday in each month. A Announcements. Messrt. Editors...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Georgetown Watchman — 27 March 1869

AUSTIN CITY DRUG HOUSE, look, LOOK. a. I F. T. DT7FFATJ and BEN. H. THOMPSON have opened at the old stand of Joseph Harrall, on Pecan street, a house exclusively devoted to the sale of DRUGS & MEDICINES, Their long experience in the business it a sufficient guarantee to the public that the/ will offer in the market no goods but the beat and free from adulteration.. Our stock when fully received, we have no hesitation in saying, will be the most perfect which is now or ever has been in the Austin market It has been selected with great care and embraces many new and improved instruments and latest preparations, especi- ally for the sick room, which, when once used will be fully appreciated. Our Mr. Duffau'a connection with the Wholesale House of Duffau, Davidson and Bobira, of Galveston enables this firm to jupply interior dealers with any bills on on shorter time and more favorable terms than any other in Texas. 2:50 DUFFAU & THOMPSON. THOS. B. BODLEY & CO. Dealers In Mac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Georgetown Watchman — 3 April 1869

THE WATCHMAN IS PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY, W. K. Mafemsox, ) fnttorc! WM. K. Foster, | Editors. TERMS: For 52 numbers,. .« 26 IS " $2 50 Specie 1 50 " 1 00 " Rates of AdTtrtbin?: One square. $1 00 for first, and fifty cents far each additional insertion. One square 8 insertions, 4 00 • «♦ 12 *' 5 0(t « tt 17 •• 6 (Xi «• 25 " .... 7 5< ♦« so " 8 0c « «• <0 « 9 00 « •' 52 " 10 00 tyTen lines or less, tliis eizt trp.?, con- stir uet one square. For ill display advertisements, 50 per cent, additional. Liberal deduction will be made for stand- ing advertisements. Estr 'T lOtices, two dollcrs cnch. 4 . Obituaries exceeding tea hues, to be charged as per rates. Marriage notices published fr?c cf cbarjre tar Onr terms will be in ad- vance, JH J. A.- Mercer, ic our duly au- thorized agent at Austin. Ricb'd. C. Hart, is oar duly thoriced agect Brccham tnd ebe* where. TRAINED DOGS. *. A man in Pittsburg has four dogs whioh Le his learned to harness each ether. Inpztling cu ticir collars, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Georgetown Watchman — 3 April 1869

m BOCK THE CRADLE. Tn ante adverting upon the constant' 4y mcreasing detnoralkfttion of the people of these United states, we have s aid that many potent causes have been at work from the era of onr Revola* tionary war til! this portentous hoar. We say portentous for the present appalling condition of the nation's mind and morals, seems fast culmina- ting to some great national destruction. " And we have exclaimed what shall we do ? what can we do ? what shall you do, and I do ?" When Daniel Webster was asked what Wf« the greatest thought of his life he answered "my individual respon sibility to God." Let every one regard his own indi' viduftl responsibility to God, to his family, to society, to his country and his fellow man. Let him fulfil for him- self all these sacred duties with all good conscience and trust all else to his Eternal Judge. For the present we beg leave to call to mind only one most momentous doty, the disregard of which for more than fifty years past, has largely...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Georgetown Watchman — 3 April 1869

LOCAL. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. BAN GABRIEL LODGE, No. 89, F. A. M., Meets the third Saturday in each month. & ABBOiBCCBienti. Messrs. Editors Watchman: Please permit me to say through your column* to the citizens of this county, that having been solicited by many citizen* whom I have served as an Assessor and Collector, to becotae a candidate for the ~ffief of Sher- iff; therefore, after due consideration, I take this method of informing the people of this county, that I am a candidate. If elected, I shall ever be ready aud willing to discharge my duty in obedience to the law, without fear or hope ef reward. Pleaae try me fellow-citizens. Iam rery respectfully, JACOB M. HARRELL. Fkllow-citizms :—I am before you a candidate for the office of Sheriff and re- spectfully solicit vour suffrage. Election first Monday in July. J. L. PEAT. To the Voter* of the 2d Judicial District. FiLLOw-CrrizzKS :—I am again before you for the office of District Attorney and re- spectfully ask your suppor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Georgetown Watchman — 3 April 1869

F B ALL & WINTE DRESS GOODS At SAMPSON & HENRICKS STAPLE and FANCY DRY GOODS ARBLE D RIAKIi\G SALOON & 10* Jeans tr Cassi meres tr Satinetts, Flan- nels, Linseys, Black I^Tand colored Cloths. Bleach- ed and Brown Domestics, etc., AT SAMPSON & HENRICKS. FALL and WINTER CLOTHING- At SAMPSON & HENRICKS hats and caps At SAMPSON & HENRICKS boots and shoes. At SAMPSON & HENRICKS hardware. At SAMPSON & HENRICKS Wood and Willow Ware, At SAMPSON & HENRICKS Crockery and Glass-Ware, At SAMPSON & HENRICKS Carpets md Oil Cloths, At SAMPSON & HENRICKS Parlor and Cooking Stoves, . t SAMPSON & HENRICKS Cottage Furniture At SAMPSON & HENRICKS Chairs, Tables, Beaureaus, Wardrobes, t 8AMPSON & HENRICKS India Rubber Belting and Packing, At SAMPSON & HENRICKS Saddlery and Harnes*, At SAMPeON & HENRICKS GROCERIES, A full Assortment, At SAMPSON & H ftNRICKS Wines and Liquors At SAMPSON & 11 EN RICKS Porter and Ale, At SAMPSON & HE...

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