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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 12 February 1852

VOL 2--NO 99. TH V. DAILY DISPATCH. "jAS. A COW ARPIN, Proprietor, urtill R. HI. KA?"AM"!"*, Editor. CASH TERMS OF ADVERTISING. , -mare 1 insertion*) 50 I 1 square. 1 month #4 00 i do ' 2 insertions 075 1 Jo a mon«hs 700 do ICO 1 do 3 do 10 00 \ do 1 1 751 1 do 6 do 16 00 \ Z 2 week. 2 751 1 do 1 year 30 00 1 Communication* are charged at the lime -vf*? advertiscmenu. TV Ten lint* or Us* take a tquart; longer adterttkmenU in exact proportion, and payable in adAdvertisements Inserted once a week, twice . Kvk. or three time* * will be charged SO gents <<' r the first insertion, and j7i cenu for cacti •cntinuance. . , .. Marriage notices Inserted for 25 cent*; to-,e-afnotices 2?> cent*; Death*, without obituary or fare's! invitation, 12J cenu. The •lUilv Dispatch'' is served to subscribers hi ai<l a quarter cents per teeek, payable to the ~-rier wtx:kly. Price for mailing, #4 a year in adfSUOJ the weekly dispatch f* pcbi-ched every Friday mor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 12 February 1852

SPHE DAILY DISPATCH. fctjar TO ADTKHTlHlUMU—Thoolretttatton ■ iH' Dispatch Is thus tibii asteg* eotbat KJa* other Daily paper in the oily of Bfehiaood. gmatiy superior to any other OS a Hp of aiT«rti«ik(. F RICHMOND, VA«« ThnraiiAy Msnhg, Iftkrasry 13, 1894. SUNDAY WORK. It ie well enough to let people know more explicitly the extent of that service which bos occasioned the grind demonstration of the printers in this city. According to the original rules of the Dispatch, the compositors had their full rest of IteeiUg-four hours, on Sunday. They had full and free opportunity lo worship with others, when and where they pleased, or not worship at all, as they chose; but there was no interruption, whatever, to their Ittentyfour hours of rest—indeed, that period was oftftn extended to a longer time. At the end of that period, the compositors came to the office, and in an hour and a half or two hours, put in type the condensed postscript of intelligence brought by the latest mails. This w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 12 February 1852

THE latest news. europa's mmr Further intellifence bj th• Europ® e*me to fcurd la" night. ' ' " tn Tli® imsws of the appointment of Mf» JtH). T« Crampton, Minister to the United State* from (irea t Britain, •• confirmed. It is stated that Mr. Lawrence, our Minister to England, ver* tvuch desired his appointment. , i r i # h Industrial Exhibition,after the style f'the World's Fair in London, is to take place, cork in the middle of next June. lord Uiougham has gone to laris for the run ,„.e, it is suggested, of adming the Preaid Ti c i'ario Fatrie says : "It appears from the • ,ots of the offices of the steamship of Livernd Southampton, that several ex-iepre--1 t ni vr« have just embarked for America — T r«e of them proceed to the I'nited States a; ,j two to Mexico, where thev intend to enjoin trade or manufactures." "The French refugees upon the Swiss fronts have received pt.sspoits for America. ' One of the Naples letters, of the 7th ult., ° "The United Ststes frigate Indepenlence v...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 12 February 1852

fI'HE IM.IL X DISPATUfa the ocean burial. igKWf* ■« not in the deep, deep sea;" ■K««rdi evoir low Wd mournfully, fnagK pallid lip* of * youib, who lay -Ob Sn cabin couch, at the dote oI day. Bi bad wasted and pined, till o'er hi* brow The death (hide had slowly passed. aod now. When the land and hi* fond love home were nigh, "They had fathered around to *ee him die. **01 bury bm not in the deep, deep aaa. Where the itlowy ifaroud will mil over me Where no light will break through the dark cold wave, And bo sun.beam reU upon my crave. It Matter* not, 1 ha*r ott been told, Where the body shall lie when the heart i* coldYet gran I ye, O I grant ye thia one bo«n.to*ne, 0 I bury me not in the deep, deep <ea. For in fancy I're li»tea*d to the well known word#, The free wild winds, and the songs of the bird*; 1 have thought of home, of cot and bower, And of *cene* that 1 loved in cbildhood'ahour. I have ever hoped to be laid when I died In the church yard there, on the green hil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 13 February 1852

VOL 2-NO 100. the daily dispatch. "jA& A COWARDIN, Proprietor. HC«H H. PLEASANTS, Editor. CASH TERMS OK ADVERTISING. i - An SO I 1 *uu*re, 1 month #4 00 1 „uare, 1 75 1 do 2 mon'hs 700 j do COl 3 do 1000 1 i C 17511 do 6 do 1600 I do I*°** i 75 i do 1 ve«r 30 00 1 ...k. .™. tert>Tm.-!iU in exact proportion, and payable in ad- •"«»- Advertisement* Inserted once a week twtee , hrC) . times a w««ek. «rfH be SO tor the first insertion, and Mj cents tor each notices Inserted for 25 cent*; FuDertthi, without obituary or served to •üb.cribe™ itr■ on* « </>***" «»'* P" •«*. f° th . e jjrrler weekly. Price for mailing. $4 a year in adthe weekly dispatch pvtTV Friday morning, and mailed fa,S?SirmlW To Clubs" for $5 six coniet -for $10 thirteen copie*; for $15 twenty copies; for $20 twenty-seven copie*. RICHMOND STOVE WORKS. THESE works are located in the immediate vicinitv of the Tredegar Iron Works and are cow in blatt. The principal business of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 13 February 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. Jjr TO A l> V KKTlrtKJiH.—Thecirculation of the msrATCH Is thus Tins a* large at that of any other Daily paper in the city of Rich mood. It i* therefore greatly superior to any other as a medium of advertising. RICHMOND, VA.s Friitny 91 arnlag, February 13,15.13. FRANCE. Louis Napoleon'a constitution is at present tbe topic of discussion in all the newspapers, English and American, to the exclusion of alinoat every other subject. Even the London Times has little more than a growl to spare at the reet of the world, so busy is it in baying the French Usurper. As fcr that gentleman, he seems to have feathered his neat very handsomely, and whether he may choose, in future, to reign under the name of President or of Emperor, the result will be pretty much the same. He bus all the power, all the money, all the nrntv, all the navy. He can make what laws he pleases, and refuse to authorize such as he docs not like. Th« lives, the liberties and (lie properiy'of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 13 February 1852

~the~latest news. Mvrdtr at Cvmbertnnd. CiMBEStvUD, Mn., Feb. 11, 8 P. M.—A startling murder has just occurred here, the * rcumstaiices of whifh are as follows. Some,since, a difficulty occurred at a cotillion ... between Robert Swan and William O. iiV c of Jo?-, which resulted in a challenge (•■om Swan. Bv the interference of mutual /-■ends the difficulty was however adjusted, ,S was supposed; but a recently published issued by Swan, revived past animosities, - 1 <»an, ai mine himself with a double barrel viol'sun, repaired to the hotel where Sprigg w Vs "boarding, and, finding him standing in ■ ,> bar-room, discharged both barrels,striking 1 in the head and causing instant death. The coroner is now holding an inquest on ; e t'odv. Swan has been arrested. Much fxcisement prevails, as both parties are rc--fH-clatdy connected. 7hi Uh m<tn Murder—lmportant Arrest. I'HiLM'Ktthm, Feb. 11.—Two men have ■- v:, arrested this morning, and identified as c two...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 13 February 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH ' COMMERCIAL. RICHMOND MARKETS. for lit w—k tnding Tkwrtdaf Evening, Ft*. 13. [cAazrvx.LT coaaacntD.] Cargo tola •/ JMmki and Sugar Wednesday last. Reported for the Richmond Dispatch. The cargo of »chr Rebecca Fogg, consisting of 172 hhda and 11 tierces Cardenas Molasses, was offered by Moirt. Dunlop, Moncurc It Co., and told ■•follow* : 11 ttcroe* cent*, 16 hhds. 19|, 6 do. 191, and 33 do. at I!>L being the deck load. The wider deck portion ws» thinner, and cold : 15 hhds. at 19c. 6 dj. and the balance, 96 hhd§.. It?J The general quality of the cargo may be rated at About pnmt. The cargo of the *chr Isaac Fraakbn, from New Orleans, wss acid l>y Nessrs Kent. Paine It Kent, and conai' ted of 102 hhds e««ar, 50 bblc. Syrup, 35 do. Molasses, and 25 tierce* do. About 50 hhds. of the Sugar were damaged by water, and aold according to the amount of injury, at prices ranging *5 20, 5 15. 5, 4 90. 4 65, 4 40. 3 90, 3 80, 2 80, and 1 75. About 50 bfcd...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 14 February 1852

VOL 2--N0 101. THE DAILY DISPATCH. ~ JAQ A . COW ARPIN. Proprietor. HUOII H. f I.KAHA NTH, Editor. «f" sJ£on*> SO |'t"qua" T i month »4 00 t rr.;ss j «isa. JSU £as tW Communication* are charged at the MUM odvertiMmentt. , H ' Tf» >"» »' MAkt " ' qUaTt '' l0 "^ r "t M r*mon» in exact proportion, and payable in ad i dT ertisement* Inserted once a week, twice , orth«U time. « week, will V <har«ed SO ieToT tor the first insertion, aud J7i cent* tor each *°rS*» Marri aire notice* Inserted for 25 cent*; Funcueep & cent* , Denth*, without obituary or SaMral invitation, 12* cent*. Th,... Pailv Dispatch" is *enred to *übscriber* ». Lj and a otntrUr rentt per tcttk payable to the weekly Price for mailing, $i « year in adtasoe. THK WKKKLV DISPATCH .. rnihAalied every Friday morning, and mailed To Clubs, for $5 sixcoSi. for $10 thirteen copie* ; for «15 tweuty copie*! for $5» twenty-«wn copiea. RH HliOM) STOVE WOHKB. WIIBSK works are located in the i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 14 February 1852

THE DAILY DlgrftTCH. of tl»e Dispatch It-Tiui| TIUU.MUrm M that of anyiMtv* LMilyJaprr tat t4# «jfy ol Richmond. >tf ntif tii hi alter m i. " ««OBMO!VD, VA.H ' .1 »>• . It tl'ji* i Hal a r<lay Nwtifii(, V«bnwy IBM. a *I,ll'/ i . "»T. TINE'S DAY\ ■ Well.iilWv d*y,'.of the good old, who was'toad* amartyr by ClaudiuapOte inowl of the years ago,come arouud«*ee ato<%. Blessings oa the i>M man, what an sanctity he h^W^Jtehind him! T4iey f>a>ihat hi* fiianda-iwef#!* o food of him thar jJWJt, chose hi# electing lovingTrief4#i^?Js#* uc h an atmosphere of'dUfily and benevolence encircjc thf, jP^jience, and ill »hd *or*y climaW ll*t ga*e htfii Iflrth, alw nj> s chato? Aclr, pSit*#sou, dajj^Whether k>wu« the. day ol Ui* Uirthior frf4»» dfth. WC C9i)fejrj»c Htf not know; hgt aft •the darly chmt*OM>*id l#«ile regardio'ijie of their inaffyr* wl)ltch savorcd'tewprrtwet* of< this ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 14 February 1852

THE LATEST NEWS. ark)val qkt'hb PAiirTr. I"OCR »AT« I.ATr.K FROM &OROPK. Niw York, Feb. 12.—The American mail steamer Pacific arrived at her wharf at four o'clock thin afternoon, after a stormy passage of 15 davs, blinging Liverpool dates to the 28th cfJanuary. The steam propeller Glasgow, tor [Mew rk. put back to Glasgow on the 27th ot Jan., somem hat crippled, having been struck by n heaw sea, which swept her decks of everyti uti, and second officer was washed overboard and lost. The New Y»rk ship Racer, and the Boston , ~ pivmooih Rock, arrived at Liverpool on tUeSoth'olt., making the pissagem 14 days, v ticipaiing the arrival of their invoices and In lis of lading, thereby saving their insurance. The t'ullrr telegraphic dispatches received us! night, confirm that to the Richmond paper* Friday night, on the subject of apprehended hostilities between England and France, a-. ! the preparations of England, viz: the ordering of 25,000 troops, and :30,000 stand of amis to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 14 February 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH Cerrcepeadeece «f tie Debut ef LtU Mentez—Navigation opened to Georgetown—Death •/ Dr. Date*—Pardon vfJ.L. Thrasher—John F. Crampton Esq, t- c A*. Washington, Feb. 11th, 1832. In common with avast number of other* who were present. 1 was disappointed with the performance of Mad'llt* Lola Montez, on Monday evening; F.llsler and Celeste are greatly her superior; as a danscuse she can never, or at least, has not attained an eminence over that favorite, with a Richmond audience, Madame Augusta. When the countess is represented as a woman of remarkable beauty, I can heartily endorse the statement; the audience (an appreciative and a fashionable one) was seemingly captivated by her personal charms, her figure is faultless; the expression of her cou"tenance extremely winning; and her Unguis i e eyes possesses that resistless wife "J"* ' poets ascribe to the Gazelle's. comfortably filled, and her reception marked with much enthuiiasm. Lola .s evidently out of her true ele...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 16 February 1852

VOL 2--NO 102. THE J>AILY DISPATCH. =y A t, a. COW ARDIN, Proprietor. BVOII K. I'I.KAMA NTH, B<Hor. CASH TKKMS OF ADVERTISING. ■ j- iri. 1511 & 'A »» 1 CT Communication* are charged at the same nX VST W pr wSTiwrfsinesact proportion,and payable Inad- Advertisements Inserted once a w r ek,t T l ?? . £Tk or thive times » w.«ek. will be ibargad » Vr.u lor the first insertion, and .l7j cenU tor eßCti •°^- U Marriage notices inserted for 25 cent.; Fu•eSlnctiee* 3> cents ; Deaths, without oUtuary or served to •"bscribers mi , u and a quarttr «*«* per mmk, payable to the Jr£r weAJy. Price for mailing, ** a year in adfftbC4- - TUG WKERLV DISPATCH . V', „ V erv Friday morning, and mailed „ Pushed rn< To Clvbs?for $5 si* eofor •« twenty copo«! for g-v!0 twenty RICHMOND STOVE WORKS. TIIIKSK works are located tn the immediate vioinlts of the Tredegar Iron Works, <nd „ 0 w in blast- The principal business of this nltabli«hment wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 16 February 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. JTW ADVKKTlMKK*—Theoireulatioo <M the Dispatch U thbsb Tint M Urn aa th*t of anjr otter Daily paper in tbe city of Richmond. It i« therefor* greatly superior to any other aa a Tf-i iun of advertiaUf. ttICHMOWP* VA.t Monday Stmia|, Feh'y 16th, IBW. The Threatened Invasion of England in • 1803-'4-'5. The alarm which the Government of Great Britain seems to have taken, and to have disseminated widely through the country, recats forcibly the events of the period indicated at the head of this article. That period »«s one of the most memorable the world etersnw. The treaty of Amiens had just been broken off, and England, all powerful at sea, had thrwjm down the gauntlet to Franc#, whose powerWl equally great on land- To all appearances, it was impossible that the latter could inflict any injury upon t!ie former, separated front her as she was, by an element on which her navy rode in triumph, haviug swept all opposition from its bosons. In this condition of a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 16 February 1852

the latest Ngwa jy No New York paper* were received la* 01/ it. FRANCE AND ENGLAND. A Pari# correspondent of the London Chronicle, under dttte the26th ult.,atatea that there is not a man connected with Elyaee, who doea nvt .«peak of ihe invasion of England aa a practicable olnnr, but that it will be attempted. It i» imagined the French want revenue for Waterloo and the imprisonment of Napoleon, atul therefore, it is supposed, the war would be popular. There are many national creations, it is said, out of which a difficulty ca:. be had. FRANCE AM) BELGIUM Account# ffuni the continent corroborate the 9 iteuient that the King of Belgium, who married the daughter of Louis Phitlippe, will pro-i.-m against the decree of the French Governn( confiscating the pioperty of the Orleans firr.iiv. The Queen of Spain, the King of Naples, Braiil, and the Coburg will, it is said. a.ake simitar protest. THE .NEW BRITISH MINISTER. Saturday last Mr. John I). Compton pre; •ented the President the letter...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 16 February 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH tggw—— him i i a L *—m—— ■■!■ mtmmmmmmmmrnmm Tk* Bmm l*4r. Again is my chamber I A*ata *t n; bed I With thy «nile *we< t as MUkahioe, And band cold a* Wdl 1 know thee I 1 know thee! Nay, start not, my swert! Tbene golden robe* shrunk «p And showed m» thy feet; These (olden robe* shrunk np, Abd taffety thin, WbOeout crept tbe emblem • Of death and of Sin. Bright beautiful devil t Pa**, pas* from me now ; For the dimp d- w of death Gathers thick on my brew; And bind up ihy girdle, Nor beauties dUc'oae, More dazxlingly wl itThan tbe wresth drifted *new*: These ringlet*, thick fal'ing. Spread feer through my brain. And my temple* are throbbing With madness again. Tbe moonlight I the mooulght f The deep-winding lay! .There are iwo on that strand, And s*bip far away! In its silerce *nd beauty, Its passion and power, Love breathed o'er the land Like the soul of a flower. Tbe bill iwj were chiming On pale yellow sand*, And moonshine was gleaming On small ivory ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 17 February 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. VOL 2—N0&103. the DAILY DISPATCH. "iAS. A COWARDIN, Proprietor. ] HUGH K. PLEAHANW, Editor. rA*H TERMS OF ADVERTISING. . l insertion *0 50 j 1 square, 1 month $4 00 * . a insertions 075 | 1 do Smon'hs 700 \ t 1 do 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 \ A i week 1 7511 do 6 do 16 00 { J® 2 w.vks 2"5 | 1 do 1 year :» 00 1 J*, communications are charged at the saiue .ff M advertisements. r»' r<n '">*■' <" *— mMk * a •' h W r R< *" w fcsementt in exact proportion, and payable in adAdvertisements Inserted once a week, twice . or three t mes « week. w.U be *har*.«i SO ce !.<. tor the first insertion, and i7j ccnU lor each Marriage notices Inserted for 25 cents; Fu--I#Tr...tices 25 cents, Deaths, without obituary or Itansral invitation, 12 J cents. ... The " Daily Dispatch" is served to subscribers a! sir and a quarter cmts per tcuk. payable to the Jirrier weekly. Price for mailing, $4 a year in ad»aaoe. — thk weekly dis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 17 February 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH.I tW TO ' Itoe UMf ATCM i« TMUB TtMBS M lar-J M tM ■M any other Daiiy pap«r i* the city of ltmau«« | I* i* therefore greatly superior to iaf odw M a ■KHttutn of adverUsiM- RICHMOND, YA.t MoraljMti Fefcr—ry IT , 858; the Property belonging to the Orleans Fnmilf. Tm decree of Louis Napoleon, by which the operation allnded to in the above beading was effected,' issued without the sanction of the Senate, is the most tyrannical of all the acts which he has yet perpetrated. There waa no reason why he should not aa well have confiscaated the property of any other individual whatever, nor would such confiscation have been more entirely Bt w ° r » not only with common justice, but with the law of the land over which he The value of these estates, said to be $60,000,000, doubtless had a strong eflect in producing the decree. In the meantime, we observe that Messieurs Montalembert and Dupin, unable to resist this high-handed tyranny, have resigned their offices, and that, in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 17 February 1852

the LATEST N&W& the telegraph and the mails. The telegraph tu not in operation yeater<}m The mails from the North brought no oops of interest that the Dispatch did not spread before its leaders yesterday. The Southern mail failed yesterday, it being, as we Supposed, too boisterous for the boat to leave Charleston. j\ f Knsnuth Fund—Gen. Hontton— The WVntnded Robber. i*Hit.*PSt rtiiA, Feb. 14th, 1832. —Dr. GusUebbe, one of Kossuth's suite, has 1 • io<3 at this city with a quantity of certifi»4l,l" the Hungarian loan, of one, five and 1-iVi--'llsis. By ihe w*y, the "material aid" 1 : ittec are still in session, and meeting V - success ill their collections. Dr. Jayne f . contributed $'£>0 to the fund, and pro- '• to five Houston is to deliver a lecture on Monr, fieninc, at the Chinese Museum, on the s'i. ■-•t of the Indians. Me will, no doubt, att ; a brilliant audience. •Br:itinan, the wounded Manayunk robstill alive this morni...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 17 February 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH From the E renins Mirror. POE IN TBK CRLESTiAL SPHERE. -Mfe Some of the "Spirit Knockers" having pretended to communication with Edgar A. Poe. in the Ceies bal Sphere, sr.d also to have (canted that Ton Paine, and Kthan A«ten, were staying at a Porter House in Paradise, kept by John Bunysn; we have induced a friend, of spam, corporeal body, to diet on the shadow of cabhag" until he was capable of the magnetic state, when he passed into a trance, •nd got for us the following supposed, from its trmtk fulness, to come from Poe;— If those vulgar mundsne tappers, Alias modern spirit rappers, t)r thfir kin, magnetic nappcrs, Bt Chance to speak of me and mine; * Tell'em I am wh»re no vision— Though 'twere demi-Paradisian— Can iinpierce the bright Elysian, Where my kiudred spirits shine. Tell'em they are arrant liars, Full of foul and black desires, Only lit for Satan's fires, Whence their wanton orgies spring: That, though Paioeand Ethan Allen Had no care for higher call...

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