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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 21 March 1850

* -=& ■ mBE? ? - T" ^^¿ HSzsas*to;j «i^?írTas*m*«E32?r -V >>■ S3& J J. A. JONES & T. A HARRIS—EDITORS. southern rights no provisos. T. A. & J. C. HARRIS—PROPRIETORS. «í-;Í VOL. II. NO. 52. WHOLE NO. 104. PUBLISHED ON THURSDAYS. 5L, TERMS. k Three dollars per annum in advance, or Five dol- ara, not in advance; single copies One Dime. Advertising.—One dollar per square of ten lines, er less, for the first insertion; and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion, if paid in advance; if not,fifty per cent will be added to the amount. To those who ad- vertise by the year, a reasonable deduction from the «bove rates will be made. Political, personal and business communications, -promotive of individual interests, will be charged the -same as advertisements; and these, together with all publications required bylaw, i fnot paid for in ad vanee, ■must be assumed by some responsible person before publication^ Extract from the law regulating fees of office: EF Sec. 22. Th...

Publication Title: Star State Patriot, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 21 March 1850

H$Ss m. I & -- m it 2 T HE STAR S TA TE P A T P. 1 0 T - ÍHIIJ jiiif* THE PATRIOT. Marshall, March 31, 1850. John A. Joses fc T. 'A. Harsh, Editors. CANDID A T E S. We are authorized to announee BIRD HOL- LAND, as a candidate for the office of SHERIí £ oí Harrison county, at the next August election.^ We a#nuihorized to announce WILLIAM COX. us'a candidate for the office ol SIIE RIFE Ham* son county, at the next August election. We are authorized to announce BOBERT P. TA Y LOR, as a candidato for tha office.of SHblilt ü ¡ ot Harrison County, at the next August election. We are authorized to announce R. II. WALKER 09 a candidate lor the office of SHERIFF ei H;im- *oif county, at the next August election. Wo ffro authorized to announce JOHN F. WO- MACK, as a candidate, for SHERIFF of Harrison County at the ensuing election. Wo are authorized to announce C. C TA LI A FERRO, as a candidate for SHERIFF of Harmon County at the mnttrAugn^^etion We -are authorized to announce S. r. pfc....

Publication Title: Star State Patriot, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 21 March 1850

m Nk l 'ém THE STIR STATE PATRIOT. §*: r > > tommuni rated, Mr. Editob. I wish through your Paper ta call the atten tion of citizens and strangers (those seeking a location in Eastern Texas) to a Town but re- cently laid off in Smith County, named Pattons Port. From its location stuated as it is twelve or fourteen miles from Tyler, the cpunty Seat of Smith County. Above the mouth a large and valuable stream -called Harris Creek, and also, above the mouth of the big Sandy and on the Sabine River," backed by as rich and healthy a Country is any in Texas or the South, it gives promise of centering upon the point selected for .a.Town as many resources to build up and sus- tain a- large commercial .interest as any in Texas. My reasons for thinking so are first Pattons Port is at the head of ilfvigftion on the sabine situated a few miles below the forks of that riv- <er, with the only very good landing and crossing of the river in that region of country. '1 hat the Sabine will be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 21 March 1850

THE S T A E S T A T E P A T II I 0 I PROFESSIONAL CARDS. CLOUGH 4 LANE. ATTOTNEYS AT LAW, Marshall. Marth 26th 1817.—no9fL w. p. toll. c. a. frazek. t. w. shedd BULL FRAZER A* SHED , ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Maeshaíl, Texas, WILL practice in the Supreme and District Courts of the State, and the Courts of. the United States for the State of Texas. - [49::ly] WM. H.- BR1STOW. ttov neg at Marshall, Jan. 31st 1846. JOHN A. JONES attorney at law. Marshall, Texas, J. R.MAHONE. attorney counsellor at law. ' Marshall, Texas. Dec. 15.1849, n39 ly r n. goode. johh taylor, GOODE •& TAYLOR. " attorneys at law. Marshall Texas. '-VTLL practice in the supreme and District Courts pf the state, and the Courts of the United States for the state of Texas. "42 tf. NOTICE louis t. wig fall LAW w. p. ochiltree. OCHILTREE 4* TVIGFALL, attorneysat law. WILL attend.all the courts ofthe. Sixth Judi. cial District. Marshall Tex a?. s. f. moseley. m. hall. MO'SELEY HALL. Attorneys at E aw Marshall, January 1st, '...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 4 April 1850

[4 i ; ■ ■ ■ — ,,- ;- . . #¡¡ ... STAR J. A. JONES & T. A HARRIS—EDITORS. VOL. III. NO. 1. ■„- a mm bights no i'kovisos. southern 3ga?g t5 T. '■V > üki1 AS* A. & J. C. HA] ■ MARSHALL, TEXAS. APHIL 4, M ullPi NO. 105. THE STAR STATE PATRIOT, ONLY TWCT POLLARS AYEAR T. .1. 4* <7. €. HARRIS, PROPRIETORS. TERMS Two dollars per annum in advance, Three dollars if paid at the expiration of six months, or Four dol- lars at the end of the volume. Advertising.—One dollar per square of ten lines, or less, for the first insertion; and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion, ifpaid in advance; if not,fifty per cent will be added to the amount. To those who ad- vertise by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made-. Political, personal and business communications, promotive ofindividual interests, will be charged the same as advertisements; and these, together with all publications required bylaw, if not paid for in advance, mu3t be assumed by some respons...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 4 April 1850

' 1 - áfer#'; ■•*&*> 2 V - Íá.' * IP "ffei or to crpieaa ¡í in the language used in a res - lotion offered by one of the Senators from Texas (Geo. Houston, now absent,) they have the same inherent right of seli-govetnment as the people in the States." The assumption is ut terly unfounded, unconstitutional, without éjam p'e, and contrary to the entire practice of the Government, from its commencement to t^e pres. ent time, as I shall proceed to* show.' The recent movement of individuals in Cali- fornia to torn? a Constitution and a State Gov- ernment, and to appoint Senators and Represen- tarla, ¿3 the first fruit of this monstrous assump- jion, If the individuals, who made this move- iriifent, had gone jnto California as adventurers and if, as such, they bad conquered the Territory and established their independence, the sove- reignty of the country would have been vested In them, as a separate and independent commu- nity. Jn that case, they would have had the right to form a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 4 April 1850

THE STAR STATE PATRIOT ■T-W Cotton Market. -corrected Wkellt-Manh 26th 1850. "The sale* were confined to 600 biles at full prices. "This small business is by some attributed to the rain, iWhich poured down up lo 2 o'clock, and by others to ¿he decline .ot <d, on Middling Cottons at Liverpool. ave quote—Pic. inferior ■O.'din iry middling 9} a 9} 10 a l'jj ljja 11 g-od Middling lit a lu Midfling Fair llfall| fair l ii =* candidates. we are authorized to annoinc; DA VI I) W. FIELD, as a Candidate for re-election to the Ouice .of UI3 t'RlCT A V I'ORNE/ K r the &,xth Judl" cial District, at ihe ensuing election. W* are authorized to announce W. H. BRI®- TOW, as a candidate for DISSTRICT AT I OR- NEY of tlie 6ih Judicial District, at the ensuing elec- tion. EDWARD C. BEAZLÜY is a Candidate for re- el.-ction to the Offtw of t'OUN I'Y CLERK tor the County oí Harrison, at th? ensuing election. We are authorize! to announce JNO. F. WITH- ERSPOON, a* a candi l ite for the office of DIS-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 4 April 1850

• #>• (K9BESBBNS THE STAR STATE PATRIOT. Western Military Institute. GEORGETOWN, KY. board of visitors. The Adjutant General, together with five fit persons, to be annually appointed by the Executive, to at- tend examinations at least once in the year, accor- ding to law. FACULTY. Incorpora ted with all the powers, and privileges and rights exercised by the Trustees and Faculty of any other College. *Col. T. F. Johnson, General Superintendent. ♦Col.'E. W. Morgan, Joint Superintendent,and Pro- fessor of Engineering and of Natural History. *Lient. Col. B. R. Johnson, Professor of Natural and Experimental Philosophy. fMaj. W. A. Forbes, Professor of Mathematics. Richard N. Newell, A. M., Professor of Ancient and Modern Languages. James G. Blaine, A. B., Adjunct Professor of Lan- Swift, A. M., Professor of Ethics and Belles Ltttres. James H. Daviess, Esq. Professor cf Law. Rev. H. V. D. Nevius, A. M., Principal of the Academy. Capt. C. E. Mott, Teacher in the Academy. Capt. W. W. Gau...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 7 June 1851

STAR STATE e A. N. WITHERSPOON, " Without union, our independence and liberty would never have been achieved—without union, they never can be maintained." EDITOR fD PROPRIETOR. Vol. IY No. 8. Marshall, Harrison Comity, Texas, Saturday, June 7, 18-51. Whole No. 164. THE STAR STATE PATRIOT, ONLY TWO DOLLARS A YEAR, A. S, WITHERSPOOIV, PROPRIETOR. TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance, Three dollars if paid at the expiration of six montbs, or Four dol- lars at the end of the volume. Advertising.—Onedollarper square of ten lines, or lesa, for the first insertion; and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion, if paid in advance; if not,fifty per <éent will be added to the amount. To those who ad- vertise by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Political, personal and business communications, 'promotive of individual interests, will be charged the Bame as advertisements; and these, together with all publications required by law, if not paid for in adva...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 7 June 1851

ípsfs Í «irw ■sanras ^agrgpa >íui j ¡ jhttyrsrt1'7 esa •..«a* ,"#•:* -' ' ' * "3^ THE ST^AR STATE PATRIOT. .. ~ " i wtnaii •* T*=r¿ 5 ■j fe fPfc*** '•The lass of liberty, of al! good government, of peace, ¿Cnty.^ajíd happiness, must mcviiably follow a dissolution edited by a. n. witherspoon. > Marshall, Texas ...June 7, 1851. tenant Governor of ihe State of Tpxas. IT We are authorized to announce J. W. 1 For Governor. O" We are authorized to announce M. T. JOHN- SON as a candidate for-^Sovernor of the State of Texas at the next ensuing election. We are authorized to announce the Hon. B. H. EPPERSON, of Red River county, as a can- didate for Governor of the State of Texas at the en- suing August election. For Lieutenant Governor. O* We are authorized to announce C. G. KEE- NAN, of Walker county, as a candidate for Ljeti- f JS?. ■ r - 33° We are authorized to announce J. W. HEN- DERSON as a candidate for Lieutenant Governor of the State óf'Texas." O" We are authorized to announc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 7 June 1851

THE STAR STATE PATRIOT. - ~ ,-_~L-n-i~i_ri_r-u-"ij-Lic-r* ■* '■ - "*8"■ •mrmZ*Z&&¡LÍ¡iJL2*¿Sk W.^ — - ■■ CITATION. x (No. 1633.) ATTACHMENT. In the District Court, June Term, A. D. 1851 • Moses J. Stcinlein, vs. Eliza J. Dickey. THE STATE OF TEXAS—Harrison County. To the Sheriff of said Coar&y—Greettng: nTElE vEAS. an the 30th day of May; A. D. 1851, Moses Steiniein filed his petition in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Harrison county, which is in substance as follows, to wit: That on the 1st. day of January A. D. 1850, said defendant made and executed the promissory note payable to plaintiff or order, and due one day af- ter the date thereof, for the sum of one hundred and seventy two dollars, and delivered the same to plaintiff, which is in substance as follows: '-Marshall, Jan. 1 si. A. D. 1850—One day af- ter date I promise io pay M. Steiniein or order one •hundred seventy-two dollars, with interest at 8 a>er cent per annum, from date, till paid. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 7 June 1851

iife*- Ws THE STAR STATE PATRIOT. MASONIO FEMALE INSllTIJTE, rp E Executive Board of Manors, appointed J bv Marshall Lodge No. 32, 'announce to the public 'that the 2nd session of the Institute com- menced on the ¿ga inst ooder the charge of the acuity of TeiwJfflNv to wit; Rev. Tho. B. Wtiios- President. , Mrs Emma W. Bqjííoey— Uce Prtnapal. Miss Miry Akn flvüx^pnmaryd^rtrnm. Miss Arabella Íssett Jüne—Music, Piano. Mrs. Ar^sija A. Bürnside—Drawing and fan- cy Work. rates of tultloji. r ¡Primary Department. Orthography, Reading,and Writing, per «esifcü of five months. ...... * • •010,00. / Second Junior Class. Jvlental Arithmetic, Eng. Grammar, El- -. ementary lessons in Geography ,Natu- ' ral Philosophy, Physiology, and Histo- ry. ..•••«,^12,50. First Junior Class E nglish Grammar, Geography,Arithme- tic completed, Natural Philosophy, Watts on the Mind, Botany, Geolo- gy, Mythology and History .$16,00,, Middle Class. ■ Rhetoric, Logic, Moral Science, Men- tal Philosophy, Evidences ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 23 August 1851

STAR STATE WITHERSPOON & CO., Vel. IV 1%. 18. " Without union, our independence and liberty would never have been achieved—without union, they never can be maintained." Marshall, Harrison County, Texas, Saturday, Aiipst 23, 1851. h TILE STAfi STATE PATKIOT, ONLY TWO DOLLMS A YiAR, WITHÜKSFOOA & €0.. Proprietors. TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance, Three dollars yt paid at the expiration of six mouths, or Fotfa dol- 1ar a. the end of the volume. Advertising.—One dollar per square of ten lines, •r less, for the first insertion; and fifty cents for each ■ubaequont insertion, ifpaid in advance; if not,fifty per cant will be added to the amount. To those who ad- vertise by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Political, personal and business communication : promotive oí individual interests, will be charged the tame as advertisements; and these, together with all publications required by law, if not paid for in advance, mast be assumed by some ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 23 August 1851

T HE ST AR ,*$j&rp* ATE PATRIOT. ■KH . _■ „j&!'-jyslPH ... __. MLl ent w&b out .gold, to Jt* aqjmndared, «art 'ailnelwáfc «P^S cur | lit m Sm^imá asd ILehttieky, and palo " ip> dfflroy cotton Innd á; thévehy oflefSn m w .V ? ** o«y i KsSi r etcnetera all about: ready to >rg wilt fbraisb tali tíi4 grease fía a whípto drive ;e Oíit Kentucky mules, and will haul ourcotto to market) we are going ahead on the a dashing ^jtle. , B$ we have already seen tfcat instead ofgoing a bead at a \« the sincerity of our gi^Eide. •9 ofli,0 paper whether as stib- aiwise we return our/ínanks and ^ope to deserve iy^ccntinaation To the general reader w aiteg to say that we II endeavor to rriata/Uia Patriot what a newspaper ought tobé, in politics bold frank and^ópen, but tempered with all we ourselves may deserve. In miscellaneous matters we shall aim to ren- der the paper a general museum, in fc'hich every variety of n«ws and literary curiosities, worthy a place ¡a a chaste and dignifi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 23 August 1851

i .. 4 THE STAR STATE PATRIOT. •: * ™ ggffS sSgj \ can hooked "the election returns," but if told i f it, "he'd swear truth out of Texas," if the verse - be not public property, and in the month of eve. ry ¡«cboot-boy i" Marshall, "he'd d--n his eyes if he'd e'er put quotation marks for verses so fa- miliar. But we hope he'll learn better manners next time as the Jtepublican is decidedly a keen blade. But Query, was'nt the chap a booby though who drove away Ihe fellow for chunking his win- dow with guineas? NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Public sale of va'liable property in Marshall. COTICE is hereby given (hit on the first Tuesday in September next, I shall offer for sale at pub- lic auction. in front of the Conn House rl >or ¡ti the town of Marsh til. one of the most beautiful and val- uable re-idences in town, with twelve acres of adjoining. The whole lot is well improved, and is atitMto is s'toated Terms, H ilt cash, the other half in twelve mm h i well secured. JOSEPH MAS- 'N. August.2...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 23 August 1851

THE STAR STATE PATRIOT. F TÍI3 GR^VT SUMMER MEDICINE! ]) tiuysott's. jvbovgp kxtract or YELLOW DOCK 4- SARSAPARILLA. lOTt the íüre of all diseases or disorders genera- ted by ¿pur^ biood. Its great success justly ODtitles it taha came of the Great American Specific. So far /it is known it is universally appreciated, and m&uyvmiiiient physicians use it dnily in the:r practice/iih the mo t happy effects and certify thai it is tha¿i-st extract in existence, and the only out that '« Stands the Test of Time. Evfy y—ir adds to its great popularity, and mul- . tipiirf its a-tonishing cures. The victim of ^ ¡ • Hereditary Scrofula. JWíh suppurating glands, honey-combed fl sh. anH eating into bis hones, finds Guygsott's Yellow ek and 3ar$aparilla a balm for his afflictions.— V.s horrible torments are assuaged, and his malady at only relieved, bat Permanently Qured. A lft*y be safely asserted, from the results ol prist experience, that "Dr. Guysoits Extract of Yel- low Dock and tíarsapari...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 10 January 1852

THE STAR STATE PAT 4 WITHERSPOON & CO., without union, our independence anj> liiieríy would never have been achieve!) without union, tiiey never can be maintained." EDITORS AND PROPI Vol. IV. Mo. 35. Marshall, Harrison County, Texas, S tardar, January 10, 1852. mi: s m ml A ; THE STAR STATE PATRIOT, ONLY TWO DOLLARS A YEAR, WlTHERSPOoN & tO„ Proprietors. TER^IS. Two dollars per annum inadvance, Three dollars if paid at the expiration of six months, or Foua dol- tir^'at the end of the volume. Single copies, 10c. ^vertíshíg.—One dollar per square of ten lines, or less, for the first insertion; and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion, ifpaid inadvance; if not,fifty per cent will be added to the amount. To those who ad- vertise by the year, a reasonable deduction trom the above rates wiü be made. Political, psrsonal and easiness communications, protnotiTe ofindividual interests, will be charged the Same as advertisements; and these, together with all publications requir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 10 January 1852

i \ 2 THE STAR STATE PATRIOT. THE[ PATRIOT. i !os .oMiocrty, of all good government, of peace *teatj, and happiness, mast inevitably foilow a dissolution •f die rmo<>:" EDITED BY WITHERSPOON & CO. / Marshall, Texas January 10, 1852. ¡EF iletwr-s. S. L). Wood and J. W. VV«satos wiil act a Ageirts i procuring subscribers for the Pa- triot. 23" Any ouj wii-j wiil s3nJ as five cash paying Subscribers, shall ba untitled to a cony of our paper —7 ralis. to" We are glad to hear from our friend •* Texiana " upon matters of so much ínteres* and We moreover rejoice to know that so visible admoAistaition is jnade on the part of our citi- zens farther West, to develop the resources of our country. They are actually at work,— they are not talking how the mailer might be done, they are not building air ensiles, thev are not doing the icirid work alone; bút thev aré giv. ing us, a practical geometrical and logical proo1 that the matter will be accomplished, and tha1 aoon. We have only to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 10 January 1852

Mr^ * - X ÜÜ ^v5 THE STAR STATE PATRIOT. Br* ;.v • V' mi N F. W A D V E R T l S K ¡VI E \T T S #hSTí€E. HAVING thoroughly repaired my WARE - HOUSK> I am now prepared to receive and store Cotton or Men handis? at the cheapest rates. 1 shall «rive the business ipy perso nal nii. i n o. ... «obligate myself to keep aU in guod ord r. C«ttr.ii stored from wagons on receipt. Special attention S' en tn.tha drying of all wetco'twt. I shaH keep attendance a sitf&ciency of hands t si o e freiah or cotton without delay and to despa^-ii wagons it- haste. Thankful for past fitvnr-, f hop ? bv wtrici attention to busiues to morii a continuance of tlit- patronage o!" my friends •«! the public gan^raH v. N. R PERRY. Port Caddo, Dec. 21, 185l.-6tu-o3J. NOTIfE. ].;,\l"ILT* sell to the highest bidder on the Is Tuesday in January, A. D. I 5Í. the following describid, i lace and premises, a large commotions dwelling: with neat and eomftrtab!" out-building . fróntijig,the street,, running No-hIi i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 10 January 1852

THE STAR STATE PATRIOT. • 'ila ssionál carps. ,TA. SMITH, Notary Public, Harrison Texas. Jan. 4,1849. [42ly 'OAS, Attorney at Law,Carthage, Pa- county, Texas. •It. M A HONE, Attorney if Counsellor at Late, , MyshaH. Teias. Dec 15, '49. [n37ly /• LLIAM A. HILL, Attorney at Law, Mar- shall, Texás.' n47ft 1 & LAÑE, Attorneys at Laic, Marshall 96,1847. n9tf CATER, Notary Public, Office at the Clerk's office. LjF. WILLIAMS, Attorney at Law, Mar ill, Harrison county, Texas. Will take bnsiness in Cass, Upshur, Smith,Rusk, Cherokee and Panola Counties. •3jias. s. taylor. ashbelgreen, JR. ^AYLOR & GREEN, Attorneys at Law. Will r attend the courts of Harrison county. „ ror i'. & 6. «an, if desired, be left with Hill Si Frazer, Attorneys at Law,at Marshal U i Nacogdoches. Npv. 25.1847. nlly WW. if taylor. -* M.R.PIERCE. TAYLOR & PIERCE, Physicians and Surgeons tender their professional services to the citizens of Marshall and vicinity, in the various branches of their professio...

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