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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 2 August 1844

Whitingham Academy. THE Tall term ol this Institution, will cora menco on Wednesday, the 4lh of September next, under the charge of Tamianx Sibley, A. D., fin experienced nnd efficient teacher who prom ises tils best cflbri3.in the moral nnd intellectunl improvement of those placed under his care. His course of instruction will bo thorough nnd energetic, with a strict adherence to the princi ples of analysis, combining theory with tho practical utility of science, and thereby securing every advantage to the student. In point of location, beauty, and arrangement in facilities for acquiring an education, this Institution is unrivaled by any of a similar character in New England. TUITION. Term 11 Weeks. Grceek and Latin $4,00 French, German and Italian, 4,00 English higher branches, 3,50 ' Common " 3,00 C?" Board in good families, fiom $1,00 to 1,25 per week. N. D. Rooms to rent for Clubs. BOARD OF TRUSTEES. IlEV. HOSEA I1ALLOU, . 1U2V. FOSTER HARTWELL, EDMOND BEMIS, HENRY GOODNOW, ESQ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 2 August 1844

AN AFFECTING SCENE. The New Haven Courier relates the fol lowing : "In a lawyer's office in a remote part of this Slate, lay a mortgage of eleven hun dred dollars, which was within a few days of being due. One morning the man on whose place the mortgage was held, called nnd inquired if the payment could not bo put off a short time. He was a man some what advanced in life, and very intemperate. The lawyer in reply to his inquiries, said that the man who held the mortgage, want ed his money that lie was sorry, but it could not be extended. The tears came to the old man's eyes, and after standing few moments, a perfect image of despair, turned and left the office. He returned home, be lieving that in a few short days his aged and infirm wife and invalid daughter, would have to quit that roof which had so long sheltered them, and seek for a home, ho knew not where. He could say nothing to them about it, it would cause them so much grief. The mortgage became due, and in the morning, earl...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 August 1844

IIJHM H M ONT PH(EIIIi M r .-'yT VI. -J rf MY WM. J3. II Y THE . BflATTLEBORO, Vt. i if nn rum n Tr i ii n r, i in m i, j ar.VTm m t trnitiim. To tlie American Public. Improvement in whatever regards the happiness and welfare of our nice is constantly ml the inarch li perfection, and Willi each succeeding day suine new problem is solved, or some profound secret re vealed, hiving un important and direct heurum over man's highest destinies. If we take a retro" imectivc view over the oast twe lltv Vi'nTil, lliiltf ift the mind struck with wonder! What rjiiid strides lias science niude in every department ot civilized life! particularly in that which relates to the knowledge of the human system in health mid dis ease. How valuable and indispensable are the cu rative means recently discovered llimugh the agen cy ofoheinistry ! How dors the imagination kindle and our admiration glow at the ingenuity, the near lipproaeli In the stmdard ofporfection,of "die prcjcnt time ! Through the elalmr...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 August 1844

From the Harrisburg Telegraph. ifook Here, yc Supporters of. Polk, Texas, nnd Free Trade! HERE'S ABO OMING GUN FJi OM THE OLD PENNSYLVA NIA LINE!!! . -Get out op the wav, too Jamki K. PolkS I...Y0O WONT 00 DOWN WITH THE TjlillFF FoLlff RENUNCIATIONS BY WHOLESALE TWENTY-ONE J' SCREWS LOOSE IN OLD NORTH UM- JjERL-AriDi-tfffi THERETO CHANGES? th We call the. attention of our readers to the following manly, dignified and patriotic address of Twcnty-onc gentlemen of the Uaroiigli ol Wortliumuerinnu, lormeny luen tificd with the Loco Foco parly, and sup Dorters of the Locofoco candidates in 1810 rt6w formally renouncing locofocoism &. the doctrines of Free Trade over their own proper signatures, and coming out under the liroad banner ol Ulav, r rclinoiiuvsen Markleg and the TAnirr of 18-12. A solemn declaration like this, proclaim cd to the world and cast as it were into the very teeth of those leaders who ate ciidcnv orinz to drive their partizans into the sup port of Southern Free T...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 August 1844

FIFTEEN DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. I'lte ttoynl Mail Stcnincr, Cnlcdonin, Cnpt li'olt, If ft Liverpool on the 19th ult. with her fjll compliment of passengers, every berth hnv irig been engaged several days beforo her de parture. This steamer arrived at Halifax on the SOlh, and at Boston August and at 12 o'clock, Al. having made the passage in 12 1-2 days, in cluding the detention at Halifax. Samuel W. Hent, Esq., o( this city, is bear er of despatches from Mr Everett, the Ameri can Minister at the Court of St. James. By the Caledonia, regular files of London papers to the the evening of the ISth, and Liv erpool papers) to the morning or the 19th ult., have been received. The European advices in these fdes are quite unimportant. The Par liamentary news does not possess any Htriking feature of interest to readers here. The re sult of the writot error in the O'Connell case, In the House of Lords, was not known when the steamer left. The result was expected to be unfavorable. The Cotton m...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 August 1844

M'Sft&DERFUL CLOCK. 'The Re' Dr Tiirnbitll, pastor of the Har vard street Cluircli, Boston, wrote n letter luring liis recent tour to Europe, to the members of the Sabbath School connected with his congregation, in which he nave an interesting account of n wonderful work of art. After introducing tiie letter no pro cccds as follows : There is no subject that I can think of wliioh will be so likely to interest you as the great astronomical clock, which I saw the other day in tho Cathedral at Strasburg. mi.. ",-.. I t I.., . 1 . ..,ni, la mill nC iUn fintnid and its tower or steepbil the highest in t world. It is twenty-four feet higher than llic great pyrannu in gP'.""" '"'" LU , and forty feet higher than St. I'aul s in Lon-j ihrrn nr fiinr limes lliL'hcr than the , don, and three or four limes higher than the , old South Church, Uoston. Tho astronomical ciock stanus in tno in-' side, in tho comer ol it, anil is a most mi- nn. nn mill hnnntlllll Pfll ien. 1' IVf I1T SIX 1 , , . ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 August 1844

In.. W. Mil 11. Iwff ft HflT HP v;;:;llT.ilW -.,,h :ii- , i BY WM. E. ItYTUER. BRAffLEBORQv V tiJ'ATJGU S'T 16,, 184, Wcw Principles of Purgation! CORNAUO'S PURIFYING AND PRESERVING PILLS. THE Amerionn public lias Tor a loner time been the victim of n fnlse and dnngerbux system of medicine founded on the prnctire nf LONG CONTINUED AND UNRELIEV ED PURGATION. The evils of this old system arc of the most wide-spread and alarm ing character. They have reached through every vein and artery of our nation. In every city, and village, and hamlet in every State and Territory of our vast Republic) will he lound those who have, suffered, or who are still suffering from the Injurious elfecta ol this old system, of whose practical utility tho disease, decay, and utter prostration of those who test it furnish the most condemning proofs! COMMON DRASTIC PURGATION scours out the system tiy tho most improper and violent means, ana men leaves it, weak, low, feeble, debilitated, to regain its strength ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 August 1844

TTcvwout 3Mjo tnn ... BRATTLEIIORO, FRIDAY, AUG. lG, 1844. roit rnusiDENT, ' li'Oli ;VICK RESIDENT, , THEODORE FnEiaNGHUYSEHT. FOR GOVERNOR, ''w'lkazAni saADB. mi, ,! .'"jrdU Lfr'tJT. GOVERNOR, 1 11 0 II A OS E ATOM. ,.. ' FOR TREASURER, JOHN SPALDIKO. 'Senators for Windham County. . WILLI AAI haruts, SAM'L P THOMPSON, IIISUJIEN VINN. WHIGS OF WINDHAM COUNTY ! 'ATTENTION!! COUIVTY MEETINGS. Messrs. PHELPS, TOOT, nml COLLAMEtt, mem bers of Congress, lion. Ad I.. MINER of Manchester, and 6tfirrs, will address Iho Vlii(is of Wimlham Coun ty, anil all who wish to hear, at the following timet and jiUcox, til t At WliitiniMm, at tlio central Meeting Houic, on Saturday the l?tli instant. At Ooilfahl Eist Vlllairo, on Monday the 19th inst. At Ilrattlf-born m 'IHicsday the 20th inst. At Tnwnsliriid, on Wednesday tlio 21t inst, At Bellows Kails, on Thursday the 22d inst. At Jamaica, (in Frldiy the 43d Inst. 1 At I.ondnutlerry, at tlio Kctr. Mr Owen' Meeting House, on Saturday tlie 2IUi inst. ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 August 1844

Ten thousand in Council!! Whig'Jtfats Convention in the First Con gressional Vistricf. .s tn accordance with a nail of the District Oomrhilteet the citizens of the' First Con gressional District, assembled ,in Mnss Conven tion, on tho 7th insl.. tit Manchester1. Hon- A. G. Dunn, of Rutland County, Chnirman of the Uistrict cornmiuee, caucd to order. HOo. Leonard Sargeorit of Manchester was appolhl nl President pro tem., and Gcorgo W. Strong, Esq. of Rutland, Secretary pro tern, On motion, John Kimball, of Putney, A. L. Miner and My foil Clark, of Manchester, A. P. Lyman, of Bennington, and Isaac T. V right, of Castleton, Esquires, wcro appointed a cotn mitlce to nominate and rpport a list or officers for the permanent organization nfthc Conven tion. On motion, the piectltig adjourned to hear the report of tho Committee at the Speak ers Stand. On assembling at the Speakers Stand tho committeo on nominations reported the follow ing list of officers, The report 6f the com mittee was una...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 16 August 1844

, Macao, March 18, 1844. Inrrived here Baft! and well In the Brandy- wine, on ine mm uu., ami mt vvcnsicr mc same. Wo tarry here till the monsoon will permit us to proceed north toward the "Ili-av cnlv Court." Our country and countrymen are high in fa vor in China: and. if nothing adverse occurs to Interrupt my endeavors, I am confident of nurccss ill iieguumiiig Willi una guvciiiiiii-iiv. ""'The ncWsnauers will have informed you that Dr BrJdgeman and Dr Parker aro joint inter preters of the legation. It ought to be under stood in addition) that Dr Bridgcman Is chap lain of the legation in title and in fact. 1 have deemed it essential to have religious services 'performed at the residence of the legation eve ry 'Lord's day, and shall adhere to the prac tice so long ns my mission here continues. , ,, I have had a very interesting journey to, this place through part of Eeviit, Arabia and In dia; and hope, if I live to return home, to bring with me some fruits of my expedition, in know...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 23 August 1844

t VERMONT P H (EIIX. n ' n? if. t H ft ttr; 3 Tf BY WMi 12. RYTDEtt, BRATTLEBORO, Vt. AUGUST 23, 1844. VOL. X. NO'.5' 52. WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS j on tNDIAN PUKGATIVI2. npHOUGH many medicines have been before the JL public for a much longer period than Wmoiits Indian Veoetaiilr I'ills, yet none stands now in higher repute, or hns more rapidly attained a firm hold upon popular cutiniation. The thousands that have used them throughout the length and bieadth of the Republic, all bear cheerful testimony to their thorough efficacy and mild operation when employed in the most distressing disorders "which flesh Is heir to." The theory of disease on which WiuoiitnI's dian Vkoetaelr I'im.s are. founded, is tliis,. viz : that there, is only one primary cause rf all the disorders that njjlict the human family, and tlmt is corrupt humors i or, in other words Impurity of llloml. This principle is now so generally admitted, that it limy in fact be said to be sustained by an universal ity...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 23 August 1844

BRATTLEDORO, FRIDAY, AUO. 23, W44. rOIt rilESIDE.NT, HENRY OKAY. Toil VICE I'llESIDENT, THEODORE rnELINOHUJSEN. FOR GOVERNOR, W X Xi X. Z A SVI SLADE. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, HORACE EATON. FOR TREABURER, JQHW SPAIiPINO. For Congress 1st District, SOX.OMOSJ FOOT. Senators for "Windham County. -WUjTAAM HARRIS, SAM'L P. TIIOMPSOA', REUBEN WINN. LOOK ON THIS I'lCTUKE. "Incidental protectum, or a revenue tariff graila.. . TIIEEXAS QUESTION.- Well, our neighbor of the Democrat i out at last flit-fooled for Ilia annexation of Texas -slaves, debt, war and all. And what art hit reasons for abandoning hit former patriotio ground on Ihi question I Wo will stale them, and endeavor to the best of our ability to show their fallacy. 1. 'The expressed icnsoof the majority Is against admitting Texas on terms that -will tend to strengthen tho institution of slavery.' Who sup poses that will mako any difference in caso of the election of I'olkand Dallas? Will the Southern slave-holding power or its natur...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 23 August 1844

9tMr. Clay's Private Character, To satisfy the inquiries of some gentlemen in Newark, N. J., Dr J. O Gohlc, Secretary of tho Clay Club in tliat city, wrote a letter to Hev Dr JUicom, of tlio Methodist Episcopal church, who resides near Mr Clay, and who is tho distinguished President of tho Transylvania University at Lex ington, Ky., making Inquiries concerning the pri vate character of Mr Clay, moro particularly in ref erence to the charges that he is a Sabbalh-brealier a gambler a prnfane sicearer, tyc. The corres pondence was designed to bo private and confiden tial, but the reply of Dr Uascom is so direct, full, and satisfactory, that Dr G., at tho suggestion oi many gentlemen, made a request that it might bo given to the public, which Dr II. granted. The fol lowing ia his letter : TllANSYLVANIA UnIVF.RSITV. Lexington, Ky., July Uih, 1844.' My Dear Sir: In reply to your letter of the 9th inat., I owe it to trtilk, virtue, nnd the claimi of society, without any reference to the po...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 23 August 1844

DfaaiNO, for Gold. A party of tho Fourierilcs nt Clarkson, nonr Rochester, have been busily engaged for somb timo past in digging a great pit on the bank in Silver Creek, in search of treasure. A down-castor, named Cliapin, recently made his appearance among that community, and with tho aid of n mineral rod and an old parchment describing tho spot, soon suc ceeded in getting up n digging party. The parchment, Chapiu represented, camo to him from his father, who had it from an old French fur trader, who was taken sick and died at his house. The story was, that, at the spot designated, u party of shipwrecked fur-traders in 1793 buried there, becauso they were unable to carry it, $7,000 in gold and 1,000 in silver. Chnpin dis-appcarcd suddenly in tho night, after he thought he had staid long enough ; and his associates, upon repairing to the pit in the morning to resume their labors, found a hole in the nrnnni! which seemed to have contained a vessel, and around it lay the fragments of...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 30 August 1844

I , NCfrftT 3 4 y VERMONT FH(EIII. BHATTLEBOKO, Vt. AUGUST 30, 1844. BY WM. E. ltYTIII 3 11. VOL. XI- NO. 1. 'r To the American Public. . Improvement in whatever regards the hannincss .amlwi'lfarc of our race is constantly on tlio march ;n perfection, and with each succeeding dny some new problem is solved, or some profound seciet re vealed, having an important and direct hearing pver man's highest destinies. If wo tuIie n relro-'SP-Ctlvo view over the paBt twenty years, how iB the mind struck with wonder I What rnp'ni strides has science mude in every department ot civilized llfo ! particularly in that which relates to the ttnowlcdgo of the human system in health and die case. How valuable and indispensable are the cu ralivo means recently discovered through the ogen cy ofchemistry ! How does the imagination kindle and our admiration glow at the ingenuity, the near approach to the standard of perfection, of the present time! Through tho elaborate investigations ol Physiology, or tl...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 30 August 1844

BRATTLEBORO, FRIDAY, AUO.W.Wi. ron president, HE WRY Ol AY. MECHANICS I A WORD IN YOUR EAR. In Iho spring of 1842, just prior to the passago ol I MK. CLAY AND THE CIMiKY UUlSfc Never was a man more unjustly abused nnd BOSTON CORRESPONDENCE. in wc spring oi io-j.:, just prior to mo paaKu ui - -- - tn.-, T, ,i. Lessen? taHff, and when ilic' tile of tlia old ftJfn it unfortunate duel, between Messrs Graves nnd TOR VICE PRESIDENT, ircn r- FOR GOVERNOR, Compromise were at their lowest notch, large In voices ofyouf work wcro beginning to bo Imported from abroad for .Instance t . ' innnn..:.. rn..t,ui. n.i .W. h nn N. Y. nl ntlcmnts to stnv the shcddlnir of blood and ' ' ." I ! H.M. ... - packet. yet ins nppuiicnw buuivihj mi uiiji iu vjh- J,WU suils London ready made cioimng, oy one unualiy representing mm 03 mc prima muvci Boston steamer, nf iho affair, nnd holdinor him un beforo the intensive lots or rroncn caoinci lurnuuro. public as stained with the blood ol JYtr. Cilley. London made ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 30 August 1844

From the Delaware Journal. FAMILY SCENE. bitAMATis l'ErtSONAE. Parents and Children,, limily. Father nro you a locofoco? Father. I belong to the party called by tho Whigs locofocos, but wo coll oureelvcs demo crats, as it is a moro popular name. Charles. Father, wliat is the difference be tween a whig, and locofoco, or democrat? Father. 1 fenr you ara too young to under stand nil tho points of difference, but tho ono which nrincitiallv concern us is: That the whigs aro the advocates of high prices; whilst tho democratic measures tend to reduce the price of articles of consumption, and the wa ges oi laborers. Charles. Would you have to pay John, tho gardener, any less, if your man for President is elected ? Father. Yes, 1 have no doubt I could get many men just as good as Jonn, lor wncrc i I nmv o-ivn liim S8. Emily. Hut how would it be if that dread ful mnn Cl.iv. who is in favor of that horrible Tariff you were telling us about last night was elected. Fnlhcr. Why. I really fear I s...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 30 August 1844

li'dtterU Spttch tontinueJ from first page. iri various parts of Maryland and Kentucky, was greatly in advance or its present state. Now, gentlemen, as the constitution left this matter or slavery I am content it shall stand. ( Applause.) I can see no benefit to either parly 10 lllls question in breaking U) the COnstitll- I on. (Renewed approbation.) And I advise , ... r - - the South not to risk that breaking up by the ULiL'iuni. m inrrp mnrn a Avurif in n i hn rnne tution, with the same sincerity with which "UUIU uuviso mo noun agmnsi me looiisn know this. Ill were called onto select Ironi attempt to force out what is alreadv In. .Th (Mill A rnnla ftlia tinf 11 mm tn . rt mtfit r nAcml constitution has provided nothing for the per f' v """'J', ii ii:uvcB mm iviui me EtatCS themselves. Anil It annpnla In inr nun or the very foolish extremes Into which the minds 01 men will sometimes run. tn talk nfilip .. . . ..i it . 1 - ' . dissolution of the Union and overthrow of the rrmeilitiH...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 6 September 1844

VERMONT IMMEYIA. BY WM. 13. It Y T II E 3 It. URATTLEBOKO, Vt. SEPTEMBER 6, 1844. YOJLu XI. NO. WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS j on tNDIAN PUKGATTVE. ninny medicines havo kern before the JL public for a much longer period than Wiuoiit's Indian VF.flr.TAin.r. Pill, yet none stands now in liglter repute, or lias more rapidly attained n firm liold upon popular estimation. Tlie thousands that havo used tliem throughout the length and breadth of the Republic, all bear cheerful testimony to their .thorough eflicaoy and mild operation when employed in the most distressing disorders "which flesh Is lieir to." The theory of disease on which WniaHTal's pian Vkoetadlk Pii.i.s arc founded, is this, viz: that there is only one primary cause of all the disorders that afflict the human family, and (hut is corrupt humors ; or, in oilier words Impurity oj iiioutt. This principle is now so generally admitted, that it may in fact be said to he sustained by an universal ity of opinion, the few dissent...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 6 September 1844

FOIIEIGN NEWS. The Hibernin arrived at Boston on Sun Jay last. Little news of interest. Wo make the following selections, ""Hcr'Majesty Queen Victoria was Barely de- nvcrcuot a prince, on Tuesday morning, me otn ot August, at ten minutes pcrorca o'ciock, at Windsor Castlo a circumstanco which had excited universal iov throughout England. PARLIAMENT. Wo learn from Wil- tncr'a American News Letter that the session of Parliament has been practically brought to a close.', though there has been no prorogation, oou nouses naving adjournal to trio begin ning of the ensuinc month, in order to allow 'those of the judges, who are now on their re spective circuits, time to make up their judg ment on the Writ of Error, moved by O'Con- neu ana ins leiiaw prisoners, it is supposed that this judgment will he unanimous in favor of the Crown, and that the government having thus been empowered to show that the repeal Agitation is decidedly unlawful, and that the bare attempt to dismember the Ilrilisl...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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