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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 20 October 1840

--&BitjPi'S2' 't KJ 0 K ' ASM 7?t i S MM. "" J uhlislied once a week at Five Dollars per anrmm payable in all cases in advance " d . i a iVor. IT. ? BRAZORIA (TEXAS) TUESDAY OCTOBER 20 1S40. No. 3: iit Mnnn i . . j. K . ..-?- - .-n jjlu.wi ' ' i !n ftii ! iiu.ii f- BRAZOS COURIER. & $iispaporis printed and published every AfiS!S?y by R. L. WKIR at five dollars per ijmiu-n in advance. Advertisements inserted at two dollars per ltrar often lines fortlie first inserionand .one dollar for each continuance Longer one? in proportion. No ad vcrtispment con- sidered less than a square; and shonfd the nmnhei or insertions not bo endorsed on the Wnniiiscrjpt thcr will tv cnntinnprl until otherwise directedand charyfi-d nccordin;lv. vftCrclarsi Cards Obituary Eiiloriec nnn'nnncing Candidates or any publication advancing private interest charged as ad- vertisement. L' OCT-Articlcof a personal naturo will b 'rh'nue't' double 'the usual price of adver tisements. (tV-Tob Work &c the wo...

Publication Title: Brazos Courier
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 20 October 1840

. V 0?. If: : o Tuesday October 20 1840. Wjtc. The press generally in the iRepublic appear to be in favour of tak- ing immediate measures forcible to ex. -act from Mexico an acknowledgment -of our Independence. While we be- lieve that foroible measures must be used in order to attain .that object we doubt whether circumstanced as -our country now is it would be good policy to commence awar. We.have no doubt as to what would be the result of such a war; we cannot fear defeat; we should undoubtedly conquer; but rest fc quiet is at this time of much greater importance to Texas than jthe (acknowledgment of independence'by Mexico. That coun try affords us very little uneasiness. It is ascribing things to the wrong.causos o say that .our want of credit abroad and depreciation of our promisory notes rtt home and abroad is a consequence of t'ie relation in which we stand with that i ountry. The causes for these things may be found at home and -we should endeavour to remove these greater evi...

Publication Title: Brazos Courier
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 20 October 1840

.C '-ast5?5M:i Ciiflfi(Iate8 hf County Offices. "OR COUMTY CI.KKK. 03-We are njithnrizcij to announce JV. L Wiluasispx Kiqr. ns a candidate for County Clt'jk of Brazoria county. Tlie public aro respectfully informed that I nm a rnudidate for the office of . Clerk of the County Court of Br:izoria; Pud if elected I can only promise a faith- ful discharge of all the duties iqppscd by the laws of the Republic ROBT. P. CLEMENT Quiolana Sept 25 1849 KOR SIIKKtFr. 7V the citizens of Brazoria County. I take this method of nreseutius mv pelf to jou as a candidate for the office of qhcriRot this county. I am induced to tio so upon the following consideration: 1st. In all governments where the peo- ple select their agents to transact public business rotation in office is a govern- ing pnuciple. 2d. Where the people are oppressed and weighed down by the severity of the times tvhere pood money as it ia termed js nlmosi impossible to be had I hold it to. Viu the duty of every officer of the Govcr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 20 October 1840

W"' :j Ju -.. i - -ts4jPtaaS!3Ev?3sj- ; i tu w t mr s tt 1 AJ jK W: ' ' M f s S 1 rmJ.mwi! yn fT fivfM'BBMiMa jb -r n- w - wr---. --r -.m lnwi.. Probate Sales. rtJJ lwjH.jayjLM AJUW Probate Notice. WILL be sold at .the court house door in lUe to wa of Brazoria ou tho first Tues- day in Novmaber next the following pro- pey. One third of a league of Land -belonging io tiie esjate of Travis Davis de- ceased situated on the Gaudalupe. Also Six hundred and forty acres situated as "hrosiid Also Three hundred and thir- y acres located on the Colorado river. Terms of sale-Cash with appraisement T. K. DAVIS Admr. Sept. 15th 1340. 30 ts Probate Sale. WILL be sold at the court house door i- tho town of Brazoria on the first Tucs-t.-iv in November next the following pro- perty One League of Land belonging to the estate of Win. J. Eaton ueccaeed situated on .Mill creek in ustin oiiuty granted to B Eaton deceased fa- ther of said Wm. J Eaton also deceased. Terms of sale Twelve month credit with B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 27 October 1840

- f j vt jr& -r-5 i Sz-a V -a.M4i..ii At- nacv-s r t-'v iwf-uijier 'H."iHTfTiiHf rtflML piitlMillW mmwmimm Published once a week at Five ' Dollars per annum payable in all -cases in advance. nAl'-"-tU ! BRAZORIA (TEXAS) TUESDAY OCTOBER 27 1840. No. 36. S --r iv TFT7! frrjgajjaatipi. 1 1 r i i HlnSBBBgWyflHWBSISBiyHEgW' - -rJ I . r . - 7 . .. irf " "" " - i X. Yot.. TT. t t J BRAZOS COURIER This papyri printed and published every Tuesday by R. L. VKtt t tive; dollars yc; annum in advance. Advertisements inserted at two dollars pur fejuarr often lines fortlie first'ijisertionand one dollar for each continuance Longer ones in proportion. No advertiV-iacntcnn-f idercd leas than a square; and Vhonld the lminbrt or insertions not bo endorsed on tbv miinucript' they will he continiird utiiil otherwwc dirpctnilatv-cAnrrt cco-ntfihirly. ftT-CwpifclwvW'.Vrrds ObiCiinry Enloyip aivpmincing Candidates or Any publication advancing private interest charged a nd- Tcrtiiements. ftC7Articlps of ...

Publication Title: Brazos Courier
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 27 October 1840

"TT" ISSfe? F!'- rjp- &. 'I 4 T ma w&jbM&m V Tuesday Octqber 27 1840. -r OiU.W The District Conrt is ill in session. Agreat am. not of business hss beep disposed of nnd it is supposed the court will Ua prepared to adjourn sometime during this week. Judge Jones lias gi- ven verj general satisfaction in the dis- charge of his duties and deserves . much praise for the patience with which he has listened to tho prosy and prolix harangues of contending counsel. A vry few years of experience will make li in an admirable Judge. We have heard ot some-two or three intended resignations in Genl. Lamar a cabinet. Judge Lipscomb and Judge V.'ebb we understand will both resign. Dr. Jones Gov Smith and Copt. Pill sbury .all left for Austin Jast week. They have promised to advise us.occa- .Eionaliygofthe sajings and .doipgs Congress. in - We cony from tho San 'Luis Adto. J . - t .Caie ihe following uppropriatu w ylllll handsome extract in regard to thede nofwir'ntiH the duties of a Jud...

Publication Title: Brazos Courier
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 27 October 1840

' H3 "! rLi - fc n BpBBKjLfcflieyyytee:?P . i.'g T j f MTjVkiy. -. J vi.sc1 !Klwty 13017 mp. i rc;pia northern Wis it is f the re estiiiin'tnd nnt lau.uup bales Iihvc been re-ship- lien io puropenn rruikets. With re- Hpl'Ct tO the e.Ment of llio pnmi.m'ornn Jt wonld le difficult it this early period in rrm . :.. - ..J . .1 ' v on the weather for some time to'cnm. n'&Zri ZJr?.. "' """3 As miieh groptid hnYbeep'aqcd ri the cu!.'.jyJ?(l?'j?f "'"? plant aslast' year; hut various causes hie combined to-pros luce very serious injury. In the low lands a large extent of country was uverrlowet) and much cotton'dest roved. . Throughout the whole of Louisiana reat injury has heqri 'done by thVarm'v norm. Fi .0111 the Atlantic States we .bear complaints of heavy rains.hy wjiich i'ie nop wjll he much retarded. What 'i'ie extent of damage from these varU us causes will be" ne rnuat leave time to determine." The receipts of the new rop to this date are very.heavv.amount- ing to 28583 bales aga...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 27 October 1840

v "VtfV ?s"r t g t-ak Si ( A--C- WiM " r - 1"" KSlrt 'M: MrfSt .iSv Ws. ii'jat2?iw b?ers win mi mmmmme.:frm:?-yr!f i .- EBfrirs?- ?' - f V if . Probate Sales. Probate Noliee. WILL bo solcl ariuo court heose door in the tuwu ol Brazoria uu tliu first Tues- day i November uuu ihe fallowing pro- perty. One third of a league of Land .-liuloiiK'.nz to the esiato of Travis Davis de- cttasou siuiau'd on the Gjiydalupo. Also Siv hundred and forty acres situated as aforesaid A.lso Three hundred and thir- ty acre located on the Golorudo river. Terms of sale-Cash with appraisement T. K. DAVIS Admr. Sept. 15th 1849. 30 ts .Probate Sale. YILL be sold at the court house door J'i ?!ie town of Brazoria ou the first Tues- day in November next the lolluwiug pro- One League of Land belonging to the estate pf Win. J. Eaton d-censcd. situated on Mill creek in utin county granted to B Eaton deceased fa- ther of said Wm. J- T.aton also deceased. Terms of .sale Twelve month credit with Hofd and approved se...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 17 November 1840

T!ie Brazos OonriefT '& S Jmf flM It Vthh their winter's supply or provisions nd ne hundred head of horses and mules taken. A little Mexican girl a prisoner among theia was also re-oap. lurd. The Indians numbered about tfixty warriors; and the whole comrauni. tv was very. poor. The contemplated route of the expe- dition was to thu head of Gaudalupe and down the valley of thu sticam to Itexar. Austin Sentinel. Jove laughs at lover's vows and shamo And man had better do the same. A friend of miue has recently return- ed from an excursion into the circuit of this State. He tells me that while in the county of he strayed into the Court House and was present at the arraignment of a man by the name of Henry Day who was charged with at- tempting 'tn kill his wife. Day was a ale little man and the wife who was resent was a perfect Behemoth. The indictment being read the prisiouer asked to say whether he was "Guilty or hot Guilty." He answered "there's a m.gniy cnance oi lawyer s lies in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 17 November 1840

)hw 'The Brazos t&atffelv If. &8 BftAZOS COURIER. Brazoria Texas Nov. 17. Tins paper is-printed and published every "Tuesday by R. L. Weir ut live dollars v.-r iiiuium in advance. Advertisements lusertedat two dollars per sjjuare of te:i lines for the first iusertionnnd one dollar for each continuance Longer j:il-s in proportion. No advertisement con- sidered less than a qnare; and should the liUiubi'i of insertions not be endorsed on the Jisauuscript they will be continued until otherwise directeiland charged accordingly. $j-Circulars Cards Obituary Eulogies announcing Candidates or any publication iidvaucmg private interest charged as ad- vertisements. fj7ArtiolSof it personal nature wi 11 b thnrgeil double the usual price ofadvere tj-ements. ()T"'"b Work &c. to be paid Jfor when tiie work is done. Qp-Teva-s money rrccivcd at'this oflicea the iiiiald'scomit onlv fcj-l..cltersadclreed to the editor (post paid) will mcctvvitli prompt attention. AGENTS FOR THE COURIER. Ve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 17 November 1840

I ns lil v T " Public Sale of Negroes. IN pursuance uf a decree of ihe Hono- rable Probate Court for Binzoria county 1 shall oiler for sale nt the court bouse loor in the town of Brazoria on thefirst Tuesday of December next the following property belongiug to the estate of Wm. tiiuis Hall. dee'd viz: Negro Slaves Scipio aged twenty years. Lewis aged twenty oars. Jane aged eighteen years and phild. Emely aged two ytars. Matilda eighteen years k her children. Harriet aged two years & Mary aged six months. Toney aged nineteen years. Dora aged seventeen years- Calvin aged fourteen years. Taylor aged eighteen years. Bolt aged tncnty five years. Lizzy nged twenty five years. Oagor aged twenty three years. Yonus aped thirty years and her chil- dren viz: Adam aged eleven years Ben aged eight years. Jane aged four years Tora aged two years and the younsesi fh'l.l nut named and about foui mouth IF. A Sawyer &G. E Quinan Altornies and Counsellors at Lavs. OFFICE in Branoria where one ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 17 November 1840

-ml Mi" !Bm&2Ml& Tuesday November 17 1840. Indian battle glorious RESULT! By a gentleman from Columbus we lenrn that Col. John H. Moore with 98 Texians and 18 Lipan Indians has obtained a glorious victory over the Comanche Indians. The Indians to the number of about 190. were encamp. ?d on the head waters of the Colorado about thirteen days march above Aus- tin in a bend made by the river nearly in the shape of a horse snne. When Co'. Moore attacked them their position Tendered it impossible for them to ess cape without fighting. The slaughter was tremendous. About one hundred and fifty Indians were killed many of them in attempting to swim the- Colo rado. Thirty two were taken prison- ers among them two distinguished chiefs. Col. Moore did not loose a man in the engagement one of them was slightly wounded in the wrist. Threo hundred head of horses an" mules were lso taken. It is supposed that this part)' was the remnant of that xyhich made the attack on Linnville and Victor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 24 November 1840

-V ?- If t -f I . Ir it - k :2 p .TV-. &! fco"1 one hundrW packs of bea. cfForth at least 9mw iwo-third. of which have been take on the term Wry claimed by the IT. States. With this competition the Arneaicau Coup. ity have fiwud it necessary to confine .ti.eir trade to the Mi'ssourfViver and its jLw.i. i - .."" tnbtnenesleaving the uncontrolled pos. Stssiou.of the Rocky Moftntaina 'and -iT J " "": The HdAry Ceswpwly ne- JTW-errtre xlrrtl .rtiiUtruBrt'f. A. iAtfaJh ;i&9S!S'CLk -St 3TS- aadBiaovoftherTimters.hweTwJ7 4W.? W '' i-j. ;- .k ..r -ir.n '-jla EETr 7r"2f"W' be thedaty ofevemrwof theGovcro-havarm-Hdrtnecryapp Weotifowi taba law. and' require Tl2?5fe?:e J Co?rny 1 Txm wnejp-adV ia fwypoat of .their titled to tfie me pT-otectioa freq.jCMJr "' "tgjwm irmt wmhb ! -voveroroem that onr commerce recvVniW'gf ilon the ocean and vet is entirely ne.'!y'.y f 'iii . . . ... r.maiiinw gieciea. r a dtawtiark were allowed tipon the duties on floods employed in (he trade we might he nh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 24 November 1840

Wtfc . Tfie Upazos Courier. .rvi BKAZOS COURIER. Brazoiia Texas Nov. 2-1. Thh papof is pnuteil and publisheil every Tnosdiy by R. L. Weiii at live dollars jitT auiiiim in advance. Advertisements inserted at two dollars per r-i;iro of ton lines lor the first insertion Jinil one dollar for eacli continuance Longer one in projKMlinn. No advertisement con Bi'iereil les ttrVi u square; and ehiSuld tho noiulici ot jtrartians uolbc endorsed on the manuscript they will be continued until otherwe directed and charged accordingly. '"fc-Circn tars Cards Obituary Kuloiep imiHunicina; Candidates orany publication dvancing- private interest charged as ad- 's ertise:nent. rtT-Articlosof n "personal nature will b hi".r"l double the usual price ofadverc tipini!nts. -Toi Work Sic. to be paid for when lap work n none. fr-Tpia money received at'this office a hp unal d'scount only n-"7-hi'tti'rsaddn.-:ed to the editor (post paiO) wii! imectwith prompt attention. grnts for tiir coitriek. Vfhseo H. N. Wai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 24 November 1840

rr . . - . - i ... .. rj s- - . PuuIJ3 St.I.q of Negroes. IN The WfrWteBNBQm ' JMinfuance ol a decree of ibe liono rabla-Pwbate Court for Rrnzoria'county I shall ofler for sale nt the. rnnrf hniw 1 1 jLor in lne lown ot Brazoria un the first p hi tiesday of December next the following operiy belonging to the estate of Wui. ai flail. dee'd. viz: ji Negro Slaves I Scipio aged twenty years. j Lewis nged twenty years. J Jnna aged eighteen years and child. .mely aged two vtara. priitiMa eighteen years & her children. V Harriet aged two years & Mary aged fcix Months. it Tbneyl aged nineteen years l DWa iged seventeen years. Calvin aged fourteen years. Taylor! aged eighteen years. Boh aged twenty fire year;. L.I22V. SMTrtl twentc fivn vnnrc rf -.. Yj Plf " twenty three years. Tcnus ageu tinny years and ner enu res viz: Adam aeed eleven vears lien iL.J :!. .......... 1...... i r.. ..-L KCTA lilt Jtmo auc "KGI! IUU I -n on aged two years and the oungest child not named and about four...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 24 November 1840

t? Xxf4s W r && i' t?' -m . x .FW.1. The Brazos Courier. ' I . ? ' 3l 5c -J h . Tuesday November 24 1840. jILI ... - ' THE PRESIDENTS MESSAGE. Every thing that Gen. Lamar write 8 written in a graceful and florid style. If not .a forcible writer he is at least a pretty onaT His compositions teem Frth euphoneous sentences and well twinned periods and he possesses near ly as 'much as any Irfing writer llrja- pabillty of amplification the talent of expressing in reverse of the old adage ptirvnm in milto. The paper before ms i- written in an easy agreeable and flowing style hut communicator Utile" n a new or interesting character and V avrs untouched manv matters of deep impnnnce. The long and painful UI- i ess Imwever of the President has i.ndcren it impossible for him doubtless In acquaint himself as intimately with -tate affairs as he could have wished. The limit of our paper would not allow iie to rppuhlish this document and we j-ha'1 tr forchirplv notice some of its leading ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 1 December 1840

iZL. H&. .wfMigiy ' "" ' " ' 1 M I ( 1 if J-i &w ? iV Ci w 4 as;- r. J l'B XMnm - Vrr Public Sale of Xcjjroes. IN pursuance of a Uvrie f the Hono- J able Probate Court for ltiii7.ori:t count)- 7 shall oflcr for sale iit the court hoiiso ' nr in the town ul Brazoria on the first "ur.-ilnyoT December next the following properly belonging to the- estate of Win. iiOBjs Hall dee'd vis: Negro Slave? Scipip aged twenty years. Lewis nged twenty years. ' Jane aged eighteen years and child. Rtnelv aged two vt'ir. Matilda eighteen) ears. & her children. ' Uarriet aged two years &. Mary aged Aik mouths. A'oney ogetl nineteen vents. Bora aged seventeen years- Calvin aged fourteen yean. Tay!oragcd eighteen years. Boh aced twenty fire vioi:?. I iwy aged twei.ty live year. Oafjor aged twenty three years. Venus aged thirtv rears and hr-r chil dren viy: Adam ngi-d eleven yenrs Ben j 'Pod eight vrurH Jane aged four yours "om aired two vaars and the voimsrest cbild not named nnd ahout f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 1 December 1840

4 mcM j3k M v .... V3P Mr toiiiiM :&&&W1& Tuesday December ! 1840. Coxcitfss. Our' latest paper from Au.sttu are tothe 18th of November. Congress was despatobing business vith greatrapidity. Many very iro- porrant bills havb passed the House among others an act regulating tho fees cf office and an act providing for the election of sheriffs and chief justices. Against this last Mr. Reily of Harris protested lor tho reason thnt it would legislate many men out of office. Se:v. cnl bills of importance to the judiciary nave been introduced; an actoflimN tuiion an act regulating injunctions &. Gen. Houston took his scat on the 17th. We regret the delay in the transportation of intelligence from Aus- tin. COUNTY OFFICERS. A gnidsharo of unnecessary abuse has bron showered upon the civil offi ars of this county in conscqiier.co of their refusal -to receive Texas Treasury Notes at par for -the fees of their offi- ces. We do not design to enter into any argument to 'prove ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 1 December 1840

ffvo IW.1 Ufep 15 aaos Coerlcp. fr. 40. ? Il ft fl. jyvx' i . ' l- 9S I !i 9 c & -? rjr . i -" Commercial Jntpiligcnce. yiCWIORLRANS PljtICE CURRENT. JlvARKar. Our market remains litboul material altercation sinew our liisU'POrt busiiinsB iti general having Icen vrj dull particularly in Western j-reoi'ce many purchasers holding on lor the large supplies destined for our raukcti of which the lute rise in the ri- veti in the iotorior will hnve allowed the shipment. Prices however con- tftijo without much variation. In Cot- ton the same activity which wo men- tioned in our last still continues. Cotton. Our lutt report stilted that ihe Cotion market after a week qf great cttiity closed lieuvily and with a pros. Jicct of very unfavorable accounts from 'uropc. On Saturday last holders of- fcrod their stock more readily and at some reduction on previous rates sales nsre effected to the extent cf 2500 bales. On Monday the market opened with an active and more general demand and en the f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 1 December 1840

ii--:M-. j y:j&t " """ '"" r i T ' .?iA3G& COURIER Brazoria Texas Dec. 1. This naouris printed and published every Ttw-itl.13 b 11. L. vVv.u;y at Uvc dollars j lit - niiHjiui. ill aiWancc. Aiheitiseiuents itieerledat two dollars per quu:e oYten hues tor the fiM ilisortioiiyiud cno' dollar for uach continuance Longer irn." 111 proportion. No advertMeun-iH oein- niorcl less ilitti 'a square; mid should the tiumhfi or iievrtioiisiiolbe endorsed on tlie Uiiintfecript. tlieyVill lo continued until ittierwie directed aiid charged according!.. f-J-Circiilars. Cards-. Obituary Eulosies announcinc Candidates. orjau publication iitUanring r-rivale interest charged us ud-VLrti'enu-ms. t"7-Article of a por-onnl nature will b cj.arccd double tbo usual price nfadvere ll-ClllClltS. j-Jib Work &c. to be paid Jfor when tl " wor'z 1 (lulll. jVJ'rrv;i nun cy roccivcifatfthii- office a t'-e llllul d'FLOlUlt onlv ft-- Let tore nddre-ed to the editor (post f aw) v. ill jiiu'itwitb prompt atte...

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