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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Journal — 8 July 1853

an ** Ctt Rieefcls Journal, [ PUBLISHED EXPRESS LY FOR THE COUNTRY 1 Mr CABTKB * C*., Mechanic Street, Galveston, Texas. TBRMS.—«9¿t TW, If paid at the time of subserib- !#f< P**d «Wita «U months; and $3,50 if pay- men be delayed until after six month . Wo soberripttnna discontinued until all airearaces are paid. Tea copies, If paid for at one time, will be sent to any one poet office for Twenty Dollars a year. Subscriben May remit money by mail at oar risk, If enclosed in the preeence of the Poet Master. Post Marten an authorized to act as agents, and de- duct 10 per cent, on moneys they remit. ITT* All letters most be prepaid. 20*AU transient advertisements most be paid for at the time their insertion is ordered. onrnal í •f th |«d>WMklr ImmL OOMuairrroir — invariably in ad ranee — twelve moa., g5; six moa., $3,50; three moa., $1,95. By S. Carter, & Co.] vqltiv The Bml^rant'a Lament. I'm sitting oo the stile, Mary, Where we sat tide by side, On a bright May morning, long...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Journal — 8 July 1853

DITO . THERS, . B. OCHILTREE, • i *• ^ ^ V TOU LT .-GO VERSOS, J. E. KIRBY, M appropriately celebrated roaring of artillery, Sou day ai Morían Ball, politi- of fire works in the in this section i are all full, and Tegitatioa i* «or 1 with a much of a good ibing. Wisy don' it Hop raining? The weather clerk matt hare i oat on a Fourth of July butt. Why aua t he retar o to his doty"? 1ST The News «peaking of our candidates hr Governor and Lieut. Governor, says: " This w\ consider a very respectable ticket, and one thai will probably unite tbe whig vot«s and tell Col. 8. C. Blanton, of Bastrop eo., Whig candidate for Congress from this district, ad- dressed tbe citizens of this city on the evening ot the 4th, when he had a " passage at arms " with his democratic competitor, Maj. Wm. R. Scurry, ot Washington county. The Col. open- ed with a short hot ray neat, graceful, elegant, and, at times, truly eloquent speech, in which he ably discussed tbe principal topics jow agi- tating the poli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Journal — 8 July 1853

fi ¿ ■ ^tin or NiwaiAMcaa.—Tlie number ornews- papers now printed in this country (not iacludin? monthly magazines) is, according to a «tatemem of ibe Philadelphia Register, about 8 500, an i iheif r a remarkable sameness in their names. | The fcquirers, Advertisers, Transcripts, Mirrors, Advocates. Recorders, Chronicle . Republicans, Whigs. Palladiums, Tribunes, Heralds, Patriots, Observers, MevCngers, Journals, Couriers. Sen- tinels, Reporters, Registers, Mercurys, Flags and Banners, constitute about two thirds of the whole. Besides the above, there are one hundred and sixty seven Democrats, aud one hundred and twenty'nine Gazettes. As an offset to this we may notice a few of the unique names, such as the Pleasure Boat. Lilt Beat. Yankee Blade, Rough Notes. Hough Hewer Almigh1!1 Dollar. Old Oaken Bucket, Locomotive, Screw Driver, Busy Martha, Young America Nonpareil, Straight, Forward, Sun Beam Rain bow, Fact Acorn, Plaindealer, The Wonder Home of Mirth, Cataract, Tempest Olj Senl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Journal — 8 July 1853

f. carüthers, rutm cocmtt. FOB GOVERNOR, Hok w b. ochiltree, W «irnaiMf ■>■ f/111■ > . FOB LT.-OO VERN OR, J. E. KIRBY, or imn Major Wm. R. Scurry (Democrat,) aDd Col. 8. C. Blanton, (Whig.) candidates for Con- fTHfc, fill address ifae citizens of Galveston, at the Market House, this evening, at early candle- |energies, up Y3T Having received the unexpected, bat pleasing intelligence, by the last mail from the Interior, that the Hon. W. B. Ochiltree, of Na- cogdoches county, has, at ¿he argent solicitation of his Whig friends, permitted his name to be used in connection with the office of Governor, we are authorized to announce him as a candi- date for that high position, as well as Col. J. E. Kirby, of Austin county, as a candidate for Lieut. Governor, at the ensuing August election. CP" The attention of our readers is particu- larly railed to the communications over the sig- nature* «f « Whig" and " Rio Grande." FY< >m the one we learn that Judge Caruthers is ca Ting o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Journal — 15 July 1853

M Ef)t l&ee&lv Jtóuvnal, [PVBUSHKD EXPRESSLY FOR THE COUNTRY/ * Br . CABTER * CQ., Mechanic Street. Galveston, Texas. TERMS.—#2.50* year, If paid at the time of rabscrib- ing: f3if paid within *ix mouths; and $3^0 if pay- ment be delayed until after lix month.*. 5<> subscriptions discontinued until all arrearage j are paid. Ten copie . If paid for at one tine, will be «cut to any one pos office for Twenty Dolían a year. j ¡ Subscriber# may remit money by mall at our riak, if in the presence of the Post Master. Post Marten are authorized to act a* agenta, and de- duct 10 per cent, on money* they remit. JJ/* All letter uiiul be prepaid. transieut advertisements mast be paid for at t he time their insertion U ordered. ourtial. By S. Carter, & Co.] VOL. IV. ' Error ceases to be dangerous, when Truth is left free to combat it." [ Terms $5 00 per annum. NO. 13. Inn mt &* ■ ■ — , Subscription — invariably in advance twelve idos., 35 j six moa., $8,50; three moa;, #1,9...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Journal — 15 July 1853

— uto*. « OCHILTBEE, E. KIRBY. ! il Scott circumstances re- ▼ote to this State < As ihe rote ol the h now auerly split op and di- ' the vhigs of Texas are only to themselves, Out Jodg* Ochiltree will be uur next Governor, Col. Kirby oor or it Lieut. Governor, and Judge Carutbera oar next Repre- in Congress. We hare an abiding confidence in the whigs if Texas—a confidence thai amounts to a jnettigt of viriory. C^reitMi and bar Prospecta | Withdrawal of Col* 8 C. Blanton* While Dicing the various improvements going To the People of the Second Coagrcssi.nal Dis- on la «MU . and «.i™. oí oor npldlj | ^¡w^Cn^M-At Ihc reqae* of partial growing Stit^ we should be permuted occasion- j frje0<k |f twu wccSw since, became a candidate ally to refci h the prosperity and advancement: lo represent you in the next Coutfress of the Oni- of oar own "Wwd City ." ted Spates. About the same time. and without During the lan two years oar commerce and j fw tríisjfred thkf m/patrU population hate not...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Journal — 15 July 1853

COMMERCIAL. New Orleans Market. PICAYOITK OFFICE. i Friday Evening July 8 1853. J LOTTOS— In tho absence of later adviees from Eu- >e, our latest account having been Ihoee of tho lSUi per Africa, received on Friday last, we have had > ¿dv demand and the cales of the week embrace 9500 les, of which 1400 balea^Were sold to-day. The pur- uetbaTf beca chiefly for England, with some small reeU for Mexico *sd the North. Prices have been paddy la faror of seller*, and middling lista, when «d, command prices far above oar quotations. They e, however, so scarce, that they hardly furnish matter quotations. The Use qualities continue entirely ne- •cted. ! Good Middling, . .11 «Hi xlumry, §1 <$9 Middling Fair, . .. Ui.«lli iddling 10«1«H I Pair, via,— S T ruoki Kvbximm, July V.—Culto a.—We have had a j.-t <l.«j. and the aaie« barely reached SUU bales. The ter* by the Africa were received this moruliig, contalu- r lalesl advices from Europe. M.u-O ® I Good Middling... 11 ®lli «Ordina...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Journal — 15 July 1853

F. CARUTHERS, rTWm. T OCHILTREE, «cu cocrrr. "" Ó«riCCT..eOTÍ«XOR, Colohel J. E. KIRBY, ktrna cwm. 'are indebted to the Hon. V. E. How- ard for a large and handsome copy of Andrews* Report on Colonial and Lake Trade, with no- tices of the internal improvements ia each State, of the Golf of Mexico and straits of Florida;and a paper oa the1 cotton crop of the United Slates. _ —— - i ■ i ■ ■ i i — ■ ET We hare received from the publishers, Messrs. Stringer & Town send, ?iew. York, the first number of a gorgeously got up work intended for the mechanic,the engineer, and the artist, entitled the Practical Draughtsman's Book of In- dastrial Design and Machinists' and Engineers' Drawing Companion, to be completed in monthly part« at thirty-seven and a hall cents each. Each aomber is embellished with no less than eight fall paged illustrations on steel. The last aomber of the JVrtc* contains the following items, which we conjecture it intends die public to receire as facts. It says: " Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Journal — 12 August 1853

mttkls Sotmral, mtmtÉD expressly por the country,] ' mr •• caiteb * CQ.f Mechanic Street, Galveston, Texas. ' yT & TERMS.—4M>* W If paid at the time of sobaerfb-. 4Mr: «Slf paid within tlx months; and 93,00 If pay-' sect be delayed until after six month*. No subscriptions discontinued until nil arrearage* an :id- X copies, if paid tor at one time, will bo tent to an; in. "Jee for Twenty Dolían a year. i j'Tiier* may remit nooey by mail at our risk, if d' !o*ed in the presence of the Post Master. Post 3l*«ters are authorized to act aa agents, and de- do-: 10 per cent, on moneys they remit. *£" * All Inters mast be prepaid. ~ 'All transient advert.sements mast be paid tor at Hi time their Insertion is ordered. • Etye i®etfelg Saurnal 1 ** — Cernwall. I thought thou wast thy better angel, doomed To guide me through this solitary Ufe To *'>me far-off immortal placo Where «pirita of good do Keep watch Till the found* Ions of the earth shail flail. / ' !< tiu as became mortal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Journal — 12 August 1853

(TOS. By the Mexico, Capt. Thon^on, we have received oar New Orleans exchanges to the Tib Inst. telegraphic. ;ived sufficient dec i that the Whigs, in ma- ly for the success of i brought out at «otate a day., i their surprise at the zeal, jination,displayed by their well during the canvass as on the We opine thai they hare only a i of what nay be expected on future oc- i from a large and respectable party in the •dead," bot M kicking." The speaking of the election ia that efcy, says: t to s man to tbe polls, and. One Week Later from New Orleans. CkmpjfU BUt, Aufuit 6tk, 1653. Ma. Edito After a storm then come* a calm. In yoareitles, perhaps excitements, more or leas, are al- . _ . , .... wars prevailing; bo; in the Interior we are not troubled the Doard of Aldermen, high hope* were -by *«rh ibis* . tained that our City was to be effectually protect- ¡ xs election belof over,osr erops are tbe next topic; I — ed from the appalling ravages cf epidemic yel- and right at this place we ar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Journal — 12 August 1853

ÍJ- Journal. Tbe Fireman. There is «ten pleasure In the shock of war, The wheeling squadron and the bayonet' Jar; When martial line* their gleaming fronts enlarge, And tbe earth reel beneath their fiery charge; When battle smoke lower* darkly «ver the land, Where bleeding freedom makes her firmest stand. Our flag of heaven, with burning Nn, iluU glow, An.I flash Ma starr} terror on the foe; TU«s glittering sabre and the dancing plume Shall charm the icy terrors of the tomb. The musket's Same, (he rocket* lurid glare, And mlv'riu bursting on the midnight air; The trumpet's clangor, and the drum's deep rot), And booming cannon* Are the warrior's soul ¡ To know he straggles in a holy cause— por God, his country, libertv and laws; To see the foe's thinn'd ranks in terror fly, To hear from gory lips the shout of victory; Por freedom's realm, the free'st 'neath the kr—- Our own dear native land—oh I U were joy to die ' Bat the poor treman, In the direst hour, H doomed to combat a more fea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Journal — 12 August 1853

%*-• 8,1883. in latitodea it the quarantine ibis place to Uke small amoam ot the enforcement of from y «How fever 11 be cheerfully are ever willing to rraption which may jgh cleaning up i, which should lice of oar eitjr is not a «ingle tin otfr city, in era of lots at, and •property, the ei- : once do what is necesary, bill, by iaslitniieg pro properly—or ra- it to tale. f the only organization eoanty hare been Majority, w« Whigs have i of the reauU of the late seemed.— that, sooner than t disadvantage, the De- ls and submit and support the committee. 0 ■ ■■ ■■ .«iniHK. i i i. i lÉiifUaHMim m ■ ■ i- ■ ■ eilow Fever. 1 Tesa Items. Quarantine Kegulations of the City of Aboat sit year nave elapsed since this disease , .— . Gaiveson. " < o rc..T *,pü« ic f«W. Ka. to "" fatal ravages are fre h in the recollection ot all T \y ■ n * * f At4rrm.e* of the CUj of . . . , _ . Texts W&*rtnx Railhoad.—A meeting who witnessed them and vet survive. From that ° b q. . ti ' to the present, a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Journal — 19 August 1853

T r'-' ' " ' ' ■'" '■ • *** ■' 'mil ,k^ W- ' • ^ ■ -.W¿ ■ ' 4* i Smuimox- io variably EXPM 9LY VOl trs.C4STn«o«., Mechanic Strut, OalvetUn, Texas. I . * ' 7*ar, if |niM at the tbM of aaheerib- "•.saasasr— L« copies, If paid for at «M Uai«, will b« sent to any |pe*eOaa for Tweet? OtUmajMr. ■ray rearit mooey by mil at «nr risk, If precoma ef the Vol Malar. ism aethertfted to act aaa| u,aodil«. )9 par cent. oa moneys they ran it. f All latter Mart be prepaid. •AH iransteat advertisements must be paid for at m Iheir iaeerttoa ta ordered. lottmaí. UN CEU w *a . ra a acts jtaMata utiu, itdcwtthaMlhedayaandhoefa tat na* be «owned Ote I see iky (ace r , (Mill «tern the «MetralUiat lower* la ttae and Uta! aweet time of grace ? j I fo «lamber atoep each weary «eaee— Feary wt* longing-shall I fly «way I pall dafri, ana wtth tome fond pretesee peal aiyaelf to forget the preeeat day T t tor* for thee lay oa my aoal the atn istingfroqa me Cod's irreal gift of time ? , tbaae mfarta of memory locke...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Journal — 19 August 1853

w Mew Orleans BuiMa Directory. When the badness men of s city expend some 90 or &30 OOP per annum fur advertising in one State aloae, «re have unne slight evidence that they not tanceof MMHW, of it. W. The merchanu and other business men or New Orleans base made just such an investment in Texas, nearly oné-third of which ts pafd to y, we leam, lie papers of this city, account of their gen i .^ a eraj c|rcuHiii(>n throughout the Slate. Now, all the Am of anew ween Philadelphia Simon A. Co., which ar- B B gills A Co, 51 * 53 Common; TSo* L Whits, MS Canal; H D McGisns, ilQnrter, H L Paras, 57 Coass* * Asxrtsoxo, St Camp. Jcwtirr. Tyler, 3 Camp; Loen cea, S3 Boyal. to the 4th. The chule pox are making fearfi the interior oí Cuba introduced Afr-caas From Mexico. The steamship Texas. Capt Place, la^-ty ««" rived at New Orleans bringing the follows to- „yellow fever and smalt " *"' S'1" "" " ~ """ ~~ , . c t(.i|ioence from Vera Crux: _ . ■1; t H na^4 intf TpuI In prerv thiiikiiiJi ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Journal — 19 August 1853

Te find in tl* Detroit Advertiser a letter from jlrtB fritan gir retort?. flrto ©tirana DimtoiD. Ufe* ©ritan Búrctor . Jlrtí) ©ritan Directors. G. C Bates. formetiy a proxniD. ni citizen of De Met " .rot. hot now , M,de .'of S.o COM uISSIQN MERCHANTS. which are make the following extract relative to " ~~ ■Lt 1 lüv ■rt1-°ad' ®aT T«ry mac^ doobt DENTISTS. ■ W*io*t. - JObt a*T 81GHT WILLI AM6, St"CO " *(j« the idea oí a separate Republic on ib« ▼* chanta,Caroudei,* treet,*«i Union Row,Sew Or- Pacinccoa*t is entertained by many of our bfeth- M [nor. 18-wy ren of California^. but it is well enough to antier- Jp* J. WH#T. PRACTICAL dentist Stard the views uf even an ineon*i<ieraftle number Z"ek**P*t**Us st., Jftw Or- 11 Si" ^.rie* street, near Poydras, New wrleuu. De- ot chsaffectrt persons. especially when it is in oar wí"m.^uo^ P°l for the sale of DEJfTAL UfSTMumkjtts, J. HART dt CO-, C t power to remove the cause of com ire Ha* Plc.kl^ Starch, Candles" etc. AU kind* of Staple and Fa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Journal — 19 August 1853

4; ;é: . ÍTH. K.ito . «• article on of local i rivTCC, at the to avoid giving The only recourse left to i {or Mch place* is, or leave them ra- r, adds the Richmond Whig, Democrats at the North, , to fill the offices. Well, of any charge of abolition heard made against the great and to come from a i at that! The Times goes on therefore, can exist rhich refuses to gire Precióos coo- the Pierce organs Presidential campaign, when they at Posto Rico.—Captain arrived at New York Porto Rico, with dates and reports that the island had very heavy rains to that date, nearly pot a stop to sogar making — quantity manufactured was of an in. ruled high. Several in cottseqoence left in ballast, and ~ to do the sam*> or vp* Caarr.—We notice that our interior exchanges continue to discuss the inga "Printers'Union." We > lb® suggestion has onr hearty con- Convention, such as is proposed, of beneficial conseqa enees t t a boat nothing more positive kindly interchanges of a B1 below the efecéáat ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Journal — 26 August 1853

> mt mems Uournai, PUBLISHED EXPRESSLY FOR THE COTTNTRY 1 Mr m. CARTEE * c«., Mechanic Stmt, Galveston, Texas. la year, If paid at the time of snbscrtb- i*; Wtf p«W within six months; sad $3¿0 if w.i meat be delayed unUl after six months. So subscriptions discontinued ami I all arrearages are paid. Ten copies, If paid for at one time, will be sent to any one post office for Twenty Dollars a year. may remit money by mail at our risk, if enclosed la the presence of the Poet Master. P** Master* are authorized to aet as agenta, and de- doc* M per cent, an moneys they remit. Hj? All letters must be prepaid. B3 AJI transient advert laemenW mast be paid for at t be tisae feelr insertion la ordered. 3&eu> tovltuuB GROCERIES & LIQUORS. By S. Carter, & Co.] volTS "Error ceases to be dangerous, when Truth is left free to-combat it" GALVESTON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1853. nerm& $2 50 per annum. NO. 18. Otltawi «Partía, i ücüj ©rleans ©atUa. ■M DRUGS AND MEDICINES. AITD EKAND1E...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Journal — 26 August 1853

V V editor. One Week Later from New Orleans. It* tfesmship Itexico, Captain Thompson, arrived rtlng, bringing dates from New Orleans morning, the Sit hut. no freight, the Captain, or pro- prieiott, luring determined to bold no communication tenas with the city daring the continuance of onr quarantine amoant of money was disbursed on the regulations, except to deliver the mail. The health id*«d volas ta the city of Salt officer was refused admission on board, for the reason, as of this description. alleged, '* * the vessel was outside of the quarantine feUoqrtfcip. J .«till i Among then are seae as degraded beings as f ere rwaters. We understand that one of onr revenue officers J' 10 hold the dés- was obligedlo board the that a ccr aspirant in a neigh or- twenty miles for} converted from a.b to a AntookN ^ bom side to side, and avers la the that an im •J' * visit 19 Oreen ever spawned dpon the(0otsioo1,aad'who hold the dé - fwas obligedlo board the steamer In hi s official capacity f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Journal — 26 August 1853

a* mmm =■= Journal. JittB Orltana ©art . | ücto ©ritan ©art . COMMISSION MERCHANTS. De Bow' Review. I sagtr CMp and Vine Culture In Texas. Mr Ctiampomier state the product of sugar ¡ TM *. thi* la#t seawn. lo have been 11 033 ,v|7 RIGHT Williams, a CO., c««a rhat lighter weight (ban our ! «*■■— Carondelet street, 6Í Union Bow, Sew Or-¡ l hogsheads, averaging one thousand [nor. lS-wy DENTISTS. jlrto ©ritan Carba. HOTELS AND BOARDING. m. wb jo at. *• WVMFOIt. a. weight. j. west, each. lit. Champomier also speaks very favorably the Migar cropxjf Texas, which slate is des- to become immensely productive in that A large portion of the otate is as well ad- to the cnkivation of sugar as Louisiana, | H will not be long before sugar will be the crop in Texas. New sugar plantations rcoSMantly opening in that slate; and there , only needed the capital and tbe experience of Louisiana manotact urers, to enable Texas to equal to any. Oar late passage op the Ohio .river allowed us . pleasure of se...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Journal — 26 August 1853

Cape. J. Sumí, Brazos St. J«fO, arrived 4 o'clock, with the following ¿= Adjn oitij i Ut Df. A.R.! H. ¡Vichóla & ui.tvkai. «no mcckamicai. A«sociátion, ibe centre of feat Looiftville, propose* to hold ground* near that city, com- llth October next, and continu- ■Ffffr"*ufo® Biffciin J oat after the organization of the Board of Health'io oar ettjr, and previotw to the adoption by them of the present admirable quarantine regalatloM, the Chairman of the Board received • very well written communication, throwing out aome well-timed suggestions regarding the moat practicable and etfeieat measure for preventing tbe introduction Of the yellow (ever Into our at preaent healthy city, and ho* our citizen should coodnct' themaelvet la Uie event of its becoming an epidemic amonf us. The communication, which doubt lean {aaaisted tbe Board very much in dlgeating á quarantine syatem that baa (hue far worked as well aa its beat friendi coiild have expected, has t-een handed ua with a request th...

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