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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 11 December 1847

r to 2 "PIIOT13 ALT THINGS; HOLD tiST THAT WHICH IS GOOD." VOLUME I. LOUISVILLE KY.: SATUKp AY, DECEMBER 11, 1847. 'NUMBER 2G. THR EXAMINER; fffrrwanfH,,ti ior bat on rwwd "'v. re ove .. . mnmum. m aannce, Tnais " W . m A. k.l SEYMOUR, l.kaa three months. PAUL ADDRESS T the people of Wta irgxnia;s)uncing hatshvcry xs to the public vtlfure, ai that it may be gradually abolished. V unoui mi ..w 3 luffnrrrrrfi of klattlioldert; by Henbv RcriNtt.D. Islington, a. Let us now torn to the third great branch of productive inJusiry, CowMiere and Sarigation. The Norton people derive wurh f heir wealth from commerce and riiipptng. But the slave State, are more denotent.n . .. .1, re in manufactures, lhey eocW and r Nher ea and foreigners to buy .no wip. have mentioned, in general terms, the excel lent facilities which our State possesses for commercial pursuit., "y U,a her bav and tide rivers all make one great lavfii '500 miles long, situated midway be tween the Northern and Southern extremes ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 11 December 1847

THE EXAMINER. J. C. V ATC HAN. Ertm. F. C06BV. Aautut EmtqI. LOUISVILLE::: ::::::DEC. 11, 1547. Mraa-Which naHk, Ketstrsaher I ' Southrons despise slave-dealers. Go hra you rill, and you will find tliU sentiment prevail ing. This, in itself, is a conclusive answer to thoe who affirm that alsvery is a blessing. A fart uu stated in a pulpit, in this city, which illustrate oar remark. One of the Slsve-de!era ttt Baltimore, went down ae passenger on one of the steamers from this city to New Or leans, lie w as kntown, yet no one teemed to notice htm '. At Evantrllle, a minister came on board, and the trader fastraed himself npon him. But the secret earns out. "I do the busiaeas up right." "I never separate families." " I am human to all I purchase." "And I always five liberally to chare Los." These wore his asseverations; bat they did not avail him. He was still left alona! Um Eases pie. The committees for the poor of our city are busy in their food work. Quietly, but effec tively, they ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 11 December 1847

hnnony 01 action mar w pro both .rnonf those who fear reliflon under CaC ......l form. and dread lihertr when ac- lULjbv revolutionary outbreak. Bat .11 this tZ' Iuly m'T U fr 'd eVel7 thulie "r Earo',w,, GovprnmnU. ' ctu of itiy lM "t"w "If;,i,iS..-lth ..d power of their .un tbsuM u" ore to u, tlmt independence of which jtctt t 0UrIye to be dpri ved, neither htr'!",tuev should, in order to increase 'Li.h.nd power, employ fore and cun ,b'rvrut our acquiring it forourselve by '""v1 r'u U j"t" "at they should alternately "i'Sd Arei. a -Pirit of nationally anion, " - a happen. 10 ,u,t their 0WM in,er"u- " -X inoutno refcrrine to the time manner, in which they have fostered our po M. i M-ioo. for the ir own advautcge, and in 1 . of their own views, we content our U X! iarokiii the justice of public op'o " .rJ to thi abuse of international poli os lU re,a" "'iv.knowiust if justice and impartiality U J. from other Kuropean (.overnmente, "U,B" ' ,o lo"k forihem from Austria. Al-"J- h .eare...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 11 December 1847

LITERARY EXAMINER. For tb Examiner. TW Hartal Ie Dm. el a. t. rosiT. "Once more h, yet ouce more Let me look forth nioa the setting sun! Tit the last time and now, while thus I gaze Upon hit gorgeous disc I toe ahall paaa away tven a the day-beam fadeth Into night: I remember oh, hew well he geaUe ere I looked my lat upon my native land, Hew, as I sat sad saw the sua f o dowa, A monitorr sadness a prophetic fear Stole o'er snjr heart and bow the eelf-sam I. our, la this dread forest 1 aiu doomed to die! Oh, what a vain, wild dream my life hath been! W hat mocking phautoin hath toy steps allured (July to had, in these lone wilds, grave: -Yet 'tis a noble one, yon mighty stream Nor prouder doth its builder find beneath His stately pyramid! Here will I rest Here, 'neath the waters of this giant stream, And my dirge shall be the solemn murmur Of its ceaseless wave." It was a strange, wild spot Whereon the brave De Soto dying lay. From out the leafy canopy o'erbead Spriog'a sweetest bird...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 18 December 1847

V ...... V?-' .. v.; ...... .; ... - V.I 1 A i "prove all things; hold Hast that which is good." J-Ll X iii IVXVii; ji j: i Jl Ho VOLUME I. THE EXAMINER; Two DoU-aS per anuam. , ta Jnim. PAUL SEYMOUR, ADPKE5S To the people of West Virginia; showing that slavery is injurious to the public welfare, and that it may be gradually abolished, without detriment to thi rights and interests of slaveholders; by Hisit Rcffkei. D. D., Lexington, Va. COKCLCDID. Here, fellow-citizens, we conclude the general argument; not because we have ex hausted our materials far from it ;but be cause you will think we have said enough for the present. We shall now, by way of appendix to the argument, lay down three proportions, to show the necessity of Imme diate r ion, to deliver our West Virginia from the growing evils of slavery. 1. Comparatively few slates in a coun try,' especially one like ours, may da it im mense injury. This has been already proved; .but we wish to impress it on your minds. We shall, t...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 18 December 1847

TILE EXAMINER. J. C. TACOHAX, taives. f. COB ST, Awnin LsiTea. L0U1SVILLE:::::::::DEC. 18, 1847. Tb rmUnl'l n Our readers were doubtless surprised, at the abuadeat evidence or prosperity exhibited in the long list of advertisements published with th Eitrm containing the Preoident'e Meeeage. Cougratulatioa would however, b misplaced. Net oae of tham waa ours. They belonged to the Ceurifr.from whoee ferm.th head onlybeiag changed, extras were printed for ra dozen paper beside our own. DmUmm aa4 Or p waa Cfetlarew. Tba Board of Overseer of tha Paer at their last meeting, adopted a plan, which Me mi to us , worthy of the attention of our cilizeao and of the community generally. They appointed a committee consisting of one member of the Board from each ward, whoee daty it shall be to examine particularly into the condition of des titute children and to endeavor to procure bouses for them. It is propoeed that this committee open a correepondenco with fanners and tne chantca in the country...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 18 December 1847

r to tliU aition, iu a lusnDer which lh. preface J- M graceful 4 the "thVr K tU e.ce.l.nl echol.r tutbor. M i , preface contains, as u.uel, '! . ;f tll th, source, from which inlT Ytin thi list, copious m it is, and .rig-ioal. ' f irued Germane and .bound.nr in h, a " th' c"not iBlerfere W. the ! ' " f ,tion: T M n"Bti0n l . ,.r of Ui oJUion puhliahed orae year abater' u ,. fallow-citizen ses of . i orK city, r-j-- book, a work which ho mini haro which has tan recommended in -..KaoI L,,mn. and M most ueciiied Urm. by such scholars as Via rawer F-lton and President Woolsey, as oue of I best edition or a Classic ever puuiisuau in h rosntrv or Ktirope. And whilst ho uses ! neuure in" P"" evidently implying that l ad never read Mr. 0n'i ditiou and we hire not Ihs ll doubt, that he had not only ""fully examined it, hut that he had it lying within reach whilst cor ipoeine his own notes. To reason of such conduct unhappily cannot i,n,i.uken nothing but the aari seere ftsvi r,uIJ have induc...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 18 December 1847

LITERARY EXAMINER. 11 r - a t . J. Af AID T A LOS. T deep and lordly Danube Goes winding far belew ; 1 we the whit walled hamlets Amidst his viueyarda flow, And Southward, through tho other, shine Tha Stj rise bill of enow. O'er many a leaf ua of landscape Sleeps tha warm base ef noon i Tha woo in j winds cams freighted With fragrant tales af Jane, And do wo amid tha corn and flowers 1 bear tha water'e tuna. The meadow-lark is singing A if it atill were mora ; Sounds through lh dark piaa forest Tue hunter a dreamy bora ; And the aky cuckoo's plaining note Mocks the maiden ia the corn. I watch the cloud armada. Go aailiag up the aky. Lulled by the murmuriar, mountain frose, Upon whoae bed I lie. And the faint Bound of neee-day chimes That in tha distance die. A warm and droway eweetneee la eteaiing e'er my brain ; I aee aa mare the Danube Sweep througu ita royal plain I bear aa mora tha peaaant girla Singing amid the grain! Soft, eilvery winga a moment Seem reeling en my brew : Again...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 25 December 1847

7 1 r " "PROVE ALL THINGS; HOLD FAST THAT WHICH IS GOOD." VOLUME I. THE EXAMINER; o JrflWeoe .. Mil soor but one T0 DOIXABSPEEANI M, IN ADVANCE. PAUL SEYMOUR, communication: TkM(ku Rs-arfsoera.iJ. In mv last I maJe an extract from Hon. J K rnJerwood's Colonization AdJress de Uer'etl in Bowline-green in 1832. There re other sentiments expressed by the worthy gentleman to which greater publicity should Be riven. Wequoie from pages 10, 11. The habit of idleness generated in the master and wwtrew, by having their work pei formed by slaves, is. mimical to their " oun heppiiKS, and a great drawback upon tLe pitMierity and improvement of the coun try iuscishness and happiness are anti podes. The tendency of slavery is to con vert master and mistress, and their children, into consaiuing'dronea. who do nothing to increase the quantity of property in trie country. The country, therefoie, lose in ia wealth just as much as their labor would prixluce, provided tlity were diligently em ployed in ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 25 December 1847

THE EXAMINER J. C. VAUGHA. EotTnt, P. CO BY, Amrt EmtoI. LOUISVILLE: ::DEC. 25. 1847 Says the Louisville Journal. A bill hu been introduced into tbe Leritls tare of Alabama, the object of which Is to pre Teat the separation of the families of negroes. and lo exempt litem from eale by Irnl process. A motion wa made to indefinitely potjone uie bin, ut it wa tost tj a large msjorit y. A good, a glorious move! Slaveholders will not belie their better natures, or much loupe tolerate injustice, by submitting to the terrible moral wrong of separating families, and a cold blooded monied traffic in slaves. Will the Ken tacky Legislature,- following the Alabama, I galite the marriage of colored persons, and for' bid the d eww ratios of borne ties t Will churches, ia obedience to the word of God Insisting apoa these matters declare, that bo dan ought te separate families, and traffic in human flesh for money? C m. Clay. Tbs friends of freedom will be glad te bear again from one of its truest c...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 25 December 1847

.ihl. futor. actio, of the vanoo. departm.n ts of Government. e.cb in iu own sphere Those nlvwill be mentioned, therefore. which hnve tl aJrwdy foreshadowed, belonging to one do-?rn.-i- UfW'S " -. to on. ThS- w; Trf for, the country on thto subject, and which rwUI IT. be sffiuteo in Congre-, are thre-th. V .1 J rroviso. the Lxtrntion of tho Mi art rlWilmot rroTlBO.it U unnecessary to ... uvtinne more tb.n that it prohibit., In ex ",L. terms, th extension of elsvery to any ter- nresi terms, hereafter t. bs acquired by s cniitw It might be uncorstilutional aud not rilory ftate. .w.bnt should It pans into an aci win .' , achieved, .iuco no stavholdar, with rro."f bfo" hi,D' ",U d w n,Ire iVcwrvh'o into a country like Mexico, Slavery U already prohibited by h. u hen, therefore, tha country filled Bp, It would t!. with non-slavehoidiofr population; and when admitted into the 1' nion could only come in a. a free State. The Missouri Compromise conies next- SaP ,,..tii. passed into a law, a...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 25 December 1847

LITERARY. EXAMINER. Cilve im iky HleaalBg, nukcr. ir um. Gic me thy blessing, mlther, For Imurt now away, Te snoot by bonuie A gnee Blither, (J pea bar bridal day. I've laved bar Uaf and wmI, mither, A ad thou my lava baa know a j Thea lay thy hu4 vpea ma, mither. And bleae thy kneeling aaa." "A a ! WUlie, haw my heart e'erflowa Whea thoa I hear the apeak ; My teara ara glistening oa thy hair, A ad dropping aa thy check. And oh', haw memory calls np now The daya af auld lang syne, Whea I a wiaaoroa brida first called Thy aainted father nine. -Ye look aaa like him, Willie dear, , Ye look aae like him now j Ye hae the same dark, tender een, The sains broad neble brow. And eie a smile vase a his fare When he that morning came, Ta brinf awa, aa ye maaa do, A laseie te hie name. M Pa ir child, her heart ia beating sew. As It oarer beat before ; Pair child, I ken her baiel can Wi teara are raaning e'er. She lores thee, Willie, bat aha feels Ta wed'a a sole ma thing I weel remember bow I f...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 1 January 1848

I. VOLUME!. THE EXAMINE!?; u-ur. Jeff" lul 0,, XWU DOLLARS fX AXNFM. IN ADVANCE. PAUL SEYMOUR, COMMUNICATIONS. The" FMwirtM-N' 1 am still disposed to make extracts from Jude Underwoods Address on Coloniza con8 He vs, "Take the tables of popu lation of the 'different Stales, as exhibited at our different federal enumeration consider extent of territory of the aeveial State, their ase, and their progress in improve, menu of every kind, and I think the unpre judiced mind will be compelled to admit that the non-alavebolding States are entitled to pre-eminence. It cannot, in the nature of Thines be otherwise; because labor is honor, able" and the mass of die people work in uien'on-a'aveholding Siatw; whereas, labor is not looked upon as honorable, and a large DOrtlOn 01 SlorliUiueia j wsaa will not work in the slaveholding State. The free laborer, knowing that he will en joy the products of his labor, endeavors to inake it as pioductive as possible. He there fore works in propei tiite, d...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 1 January 1848

- h-' THE EXAMINER. J. r. TAUCHAN. Kmtu. F. COfcIT, AaumsT CsiTeB. LOUISVILLE: ::JAN. 1, 1848. I'Mlrut! Senator Dttfcnsen, a Northern nan, dose not hesitate U dodge th issus presented by the ac quisition of new territory, as regards slavery. Mr. Clay, a Southern man, declare ths wish and solemn purpose of hi friends U be, that the institution should not be extended beyond ita pment limit. , The law is above the reeolutione ef the Sena tor, and the wish ef the great Kentucklan; bat this U certain, that disgrace, now and hereafter, will be affixed te the name of that man, let him belong te what party be may, who shall. In any way, help te plant slavery en any territory now free. Eternal infamy, certainly, will be his lot who labors for this end, if his Stats be blessed with universal liberty! ACsssMt Bspsrt. The Governor has a theory, and w fear be makes facts bend te its support. According te him, the Virginia Penitentiary is almost crowd ed with free blacks. Georgia does not suffer ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 1 January 1848

I nubiH'i IUmIiMM that tlieM resolutions wsre offered ... Senator, hut more especially that they ' r.d b Senator from a free State. rerv- - o.-. in it stern demands, require base i nt r- vices, oen of iU d,ToteJ but DeT,r c'n U J it. wont form, the sacrifice of hor l de- a mil n liberty, or the hopes oa which that liberty rests. Thera ia aopuwic man, ...t -ith venality, who does not know, i be- tbat .. .ffrtual wav toatrikedown tha fri nds UKIllu.il- - ... efemancip.Uon, ia the, ateee St,, Is. for free-5uW-o'n. propoaa aoma plan for the extra. ',i.a of slavery. It U all a mistake to suppoee, lhat the far South the planting SUtea do not im thi. Tk9 da. Whether right, or wrong, lb(,yareauiiouaforit aottnat mey may ia ere. their political power (though th.s con lo on- fly. ration ha a wide tunueace,; out, cure .u.. ,i.v mav have a place, or country, i into ..u ,mt their aurolua slave popnlatio n. Will-" " - effect, therefore, any propoaitio n, Lich looks to an extension of slsvtry, ca ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 1 January 1848

- LITERARY EXAMINER. TIbm HmmtW TTkls(a, Mr. Charles Ttn;y, reading aa American book, and noticing an expression of regret that America contained none of the Mtime honored things" that rendered England venerable, wrote the following verses, aa opiriUd in languaga aa true ia eentiment : M'Time-boaored things' Old England boesU; Her ancient realm's by euch o'erepread, The plain where met embattled boots; The tombe that hold her mighty dead; The Dm id meund; the Saxon keep; The wastes where feadal tyrants aleep. M The old monastic piles, that grace tier richest nooks by stream and glade; The shrine, ia whose worn steps we trace Where reverent pilgrims knelt and prayed: Tbe ancient wells; the crosses lone, With lichens wild, and moss, o'ergrewa- " Tbe proud cathedrals, chilled and change; The hamlet churches, quaint and grey; The old baronial hails, eetraaged From the dim sees of their day; The legends, dear to place and time. Linked with all these, ia many a rhyme. "Time honored things...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 8 January 1848

"V" 1' t 4 i' I. r " M . A "prove alt things: hold fast that which is good. "AMI I VI 1 1 1 I n VOLUME I. LOUISVILLE, KY.. SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1848. NUMBER 30. Ttwt rY AMfNFR- I question. The Southern SUttw, being In the THh lli.iYii.iU I is. minority, were not able to make any euoeeeafnl Jeffersos m.,nxt door but en aggressiv attack, upou tlie North in. relation re missuDjeci. instrus position was simpiy oue of defence, and tin guaranties of the confu tation, and the just sentiment of the body of the people at the Nortt were simply sufficient to enable us to sustain, that position. . ... .i wklr. oa TERMS). - TW-0 DoLtAW ft AKNl'M. IN ADY4KCE. Kewtacky IsCglslutarc. The Legislature of this State met at Frank fort on Friday, December 30. In the Senate, the Hon. Archibald Dixon, I.ieut. Uorernor and Speaker not being present, Mr. Patterson, of Caldwell, waa elected Speaker sre lem. . Theodore Koblhaas, of Clark, waa Afierthe unpleasant difficulty growing out of re-elected clerk, Tho...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 8 January 1848

T II E EXAMINER. J. C. VACCHAW, tarroa. F. COf BY, AssisTArr EMM. LQU1 S V 1LLE: : JAN . 8. 1818. i k We ere eorrr tbat to many typographical er ror appeared in our lut paper la coaeequence ef the caaoal absence of the editor, la .ivlng an sceoont of a lamentable occurrence la Ihla eooaty, we are'made te eay that "a wanton mur der" was committed while the account showa that there waa no m order at alL The sentence should hare read "Wi regret obliged to record auother wanton t'trxft it murder," 'or ao it waa written. A p'ain farm fm Weet Virginia, called o yesterday, and remarked: l ereuld not aland it. I and the like of me, .ve no chance, where slavery la. In my set tlement, thirt) families have gone to Iowa, and I am on my way to joia them." MHow waa it," we asked, "with other coin tise?" "much the earne." And yet Governor Smixi, deliberately aaaarta, that the free aegroea in Virginia cauae the groat amount of emigra tion, "la this ao" we asked oar farmer ac quaintance. MI never th...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 8 January 1848

".Lrrv tmntbmm the Charch property- Bat cl-jy . , : lic tcwanla those who :XM-"tK Ildet would ere "T ric?w3 powerful corpoftio. la tbe e.an w , u legal control, that weald place th. clruTbortio. and ndv.nUge. on lEh we foand oar bopo sad boe-t. Ie dealing iih thVpprlT tbej ..oldres,ect .1 U.e .no lor.', i" eomp.ne.tion U , .11 p. U w7 ths loss of Iboir advowpuns. Is pro " .elth" to lb. Cbereh .M tho Ref.r oarould be touched, but only that which rB over to it by Queen Elisabeth. Now lESE tb." prP-d tlie Antl-.tate-church Asociatiou. Bad to eccoinpll.h t they . ,.n.lnd to um ell meane thet appeared in her- i th. icUlnr of their Diviae Mooter. Thev mould .peek to the pooplo calmly, but IrneiUy. They did not wieh to ereal dio xide between the member of different eee-.i.n.-and luey believed thet one great bar to S..- "ion i. tb. existing n.lonof Church JSsute. They sho.ld erek to dlflue truth sTholdtug meeting and distributing trecU, and thai create a public opinion. When created, th.v w...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 8 January 1848

LITERARY - EXAMINER. Aaga Brt Ma Timing over Longfellow' interesting et mpi lation, the poet of Europe, the other day,wt hap pened upon poem of August Earbier, a living French poet, on the Bronx Statu of Napoleon. lae Dime ie a lew one to ear eon, though not sew to diligenttndentof modem French litem tare. We know nothing of him bat what we there found and an interesting notice in the Foreign Quarterly Renew (Ne. 61.) Bat there ie no mis taking the plrit of tree poetry In thie little pro. euctiou the genuine fire of the flint. The rig or and energy of the thoaghta (the Tig or and norgy of troth) the power even thooocaaion al roaghneae of expreaMon.ploaeed exceeding ly Wo regret we hare not apace to copy tje wnoie poem the following extract, which forma the conclusion forcibly and eloquently nwcoaaa our oboerraUons Lut week on war and military glory. It contain matter for deep, bit Ur but needful and profitable reflection, for every over or tat groat republic, and of the truth on wnl...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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