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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 February 1831

^P don House, Brisbane -street, Launces — — Iron, Wholesale and detail, on the most reason. A larjeafisortraent of cottdn prints and chintzes Shirting and sheeting Calicoes ? -? ??-'?_.. Bandanas Handkerchiefs of -a\\ patterns Manttla eegars of the best quality, in bexes . ladies* and geHtlemen^s handsome pen-koives^ ? pruning and pocket ditto, lind a numerous — ^Jiectjojj^l.^JLjier^nderjr V __i_ Also, win*6f rams Ibraplly, shrub, and cordi als of the feept, quality, in quantities of not »~ .? . 1^8 iban JfiVe gallons , / , ^. , r ;~ -- ,r : -?'. '? * TaytbrV double Brown ptoujt and Burton ale in I,ock€? bolts, hinges and drawer furniture of ail Fri3i Batter aud Cheese always on hand. -. The hlpest price given in Cash for Wheat and Wool. ?--!.?? - - ' ^__^i__l_fl-__ ? . ? -J- ? — ? -r^PelinifttflTOij 1831. ^: BaipwK, the undermentioned choice! $tfUI*S, via:*.. Prince's mixture fjm^yigf ; : - .„? - ?*:??.-: U-icuba Ruddiinan'8 mixture &c, &p^ J -rZ:- ? \v.^.:r.^^ 'r -...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 February 1831

MISCELLANEOUS. — ' Catholic Question*— There were present on I tne Cathode Question 4*20 English members, 91 I Irish, and 37 Scofeh. The number afoent amount-! . ed to 110, being 93 English, 9 Irish, and 8 Scotch. Of the Irish members 57 voted for Sir ^Francis Burdeit's TOOtiow, and 34 against it; of l«e Scotch 22 for, aud 15 against ; and of the En glish 193 for, and 227 against ; Wviug a major ity of 34 English members against the motion. Ancient Ghorch Property.— It is estimated that foe income of tiie religious establishments ^iuppressed . by Htojry Vlf I.i inust~liave then attainted to about jf 273,000 a-year ; and on a mo derate computation, would, at this time, be equal to #5,000,000. The Abbey of Saint Al bati's, which was valued ?nly at £2,600 a-year, |-O£seB6ed estates, which, a century after, yield ed ,£200 ,000. per annum. ' , Alexander s Conquests— -Under the reign of the late Emperor Alexander, which was of nearly $5 years doratiftn* the following acquisitions of tenUo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 February 1831

ADVERTISEMENTS. ... work. Liberal wages will braUovied. Xpply toMrriSBO* WiLLKIT, at Paterson's Plains, or' m WILLIAM BRUMBY, Crown Ion' . Norfolk Plains. ; ? ' : ? . — -^--- - - - ? --' : r1 ??«' ?-* «?? «BOROjLWItLBTTi February Ird, li*l, ^ , | ? '_? _ 'ju,».r~ ? ?_ ? ? ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 February 1831

ADVERTISEMENTS OF THIS DAT. LONDON HOUSE, TT Brisbane Street, Launceato*. U JHOUGHTON most resp^tf«^lly he%* ? leave to luform his Friends and™ ; Public, t4l^-h-t-Ka.s^mr_Jaiidgd fruut tie & )ZA ? _| beth, a very handsome assortment of Ladie* su perior Walking Boots and -1iops, Dress ditto, also 4 Gentlemen's Wellington Boots, Pumps aud Shoes, 1 and large collection of Bootfaed-Shoes for Stodt- l ? keepers. ' m . _ * The abo?e will be disposed of at veryfe«r prices. - , , . N. B.— Wanted from 500 to 1000 Kangaro SkiDfi for which a Liberal Price in Cash wil be given* Feb. 18th, 1*31. WHEREAS Thomas Gilbert, a L*d of about eleven years old, has sercral times ran awaj from ^r. Bkkfoud's, of Pleasant ; Hills, on the River Tamar. All Settlers, Captains i of Ships. Ice, are cautioned against harbouring 1 ot assisting the sajd ^T. Gilbert in any way or ? I manner, as Mr Bickford Teels tletermined'to | prosecute any Person orPersons who may from this date, in any way assist him, the...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 February 1831

MlS€KtLANEQUS. French Novelties. — A canal-digging machine — Iras-Tee«*rt:ly— fef -»«— «ttfo-l-Mc«d— at^l'aris^ ^tb be worked, '-'either -by hbrs«, manual, or ether mov ing power. It is capable of digging 10 feet d*»epv^ and_a power p^juaH-o eight horses is required to work it. The machine will extract and carry but ?f the canal ninety-six-cubic~r«et per minute.. „_ I C .advances gradually in working, and digs eight feet in breadth- at one stroke.— A very simple ma chine, which is attended by a child only, and cuts from 4 to 500 corks per hour, has lately been invented in France. Another machine cuts and. prf [outer the sheets of cork into ribs, which are made round by the finishing machine.— In addition to the above discoveries, th«fe is a curious one of — ? tasking tforks n/' j-r-yrr, jyjiichjs asserted Xo be an improvement on metal lie machinery. These clocks sever require oil, are wonderfully light, -very simple in their aiovements, and go well for thirty hours jvithottt winding...

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 February 1831

8HIF''-aBHLNBWS. . WEBEm... ' OYb$atuirda.y.- the Thomas^Laurip, daptain LANG- ] DON, not entcred-at-the-Gustom House yet. 1 Cargo of tite brig Hind, 50 chests of tea,.. 12 . cases sherry, 12 do, of port, 2 hhds. gin, 4 htids. brandy, 15 puriclie6ns^uin,-88^5art boxes. 1 case of grindery, - 4 cases oi hats, 9 bales .of slops, 4 bales of wool bag = ^ging, 12 casks of pitch. 2 baleToV bags, 1 cask an* 2 cases paints, 6 cases uliot, 16 bags of ginger, 11 bags salt, 15 cases bottled porter, 1 caskoffiles,^ cases an-$-l~cask«hoes, ^1 ^ase of cloth,r24 Jihds. porter, and 11 caslpo. bottled ale to Thomas Williams, and order, 17 hhds. brown stout, 8 hhds. pale ale to W. WAiiKINSHAW. Passengers,— Mr. & Mrs. _ JPatado. 'IMfr. R. Camwb^U J^hn-JHill,-€harles lincoln, Wm.Ambridge, Joseph Batey. ^-— 7r~~\ Cargo ofihe brig £lwabeth, 5«ajes_of_piekles, 2 . horses, % iaUtotslops, 1 ^ipe^«rineri bale of bag ging, II* matK sugar, 3 pipe.' winft, 30 cases 4-M£» 1 to order, « cases fcate» 10 bal...

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LAUNCESTON RACES. TUESDAY, MARCH 8th. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 February 1831

I^UKCJESTON ltACES T^J«S©AY,-M ARCH Stfa. r . ? SaKEUPST^AKjss of £3 each, with £40 added for Two-year-olds* ? -: ? ? ? st ibs. .:.; Colts........... ? ,„, $ 7 fillies and Geldings ? .'.*.' $ 4 ' ? 1 ?--?'?-? MILE HEATS, *' - ???.-?_?. „?-.

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SATURDAY'S GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 February 1831

SA TURD A ¥fS~GAZETTE. ? 1 Appoiirr mints.— Gioro* Bbimlsv Sea book. Johic Wsxbh, a»dj Rommr Vikc«wt Lloo«. Esqrs, to be Jucticesof Peace I Willi** Gb&wt, 861. CUudine. to the Field Police. I C«RTiMCA%*f.r-S»ma«l SsJter, €7*. Lady East, Will-am Ames 1 300, Princess Ckariott*. Thomas Collies. 659, do.. Junes Gee. I Ticket or LEA.v«--John llacdoogal. 243. Lord Hungerford Obdbrs.— -AH Convicts holding Tickets of Leave, are directed to appear on Saturday the 26th of March next, at the Police Office of the district in which they mpsctivrtj reside, fcrthe purpose of being mastered by the Police JABgi^trat*. The LVeateuamt Governor has been pleased to direct that a ™tom j ^f-aii assigned seffrs^THaSle-^HHUyBilc, '^TT^IT'^^^jr the Polite -Magistrate p#«ael j- district, on or before the 19th of Marel^ next, in the subjoined fora ; — ^ ? _ ? ] Number and I Date ef 4 Where I General ~~ names of As- assignment employed conduct 6if ned Ser _ vants. shewing ? ? ? I ? _] ? the Ships hy whi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 February 1831

--.--?'?? :~:t -Wanted. ' . -??» ONE hundred dezen of emptsrPefiTER ? BOTT LES, fbiMvhieh SdreacbT will be^iv^TU ? ; ? — Apply at the Cornwall Hotel Wine Vaults. Wanted to Rent, by a Government =_..,,_.... z-Qfficer, ^ A_H£UJSEr^-ntainiBg fcw or fivaJtoJMas, -£*? with a Yard and^w«-staU«d Stable. Apply to the Printer. TO .B&I£x£9RjJBtitiSJfi: ? ^ YEARS. ? APUBLIC «OUSfC situated !? a most desirable p'Art of the town, with _? good ^share of business- ~ — Aor particulars apply to JOHN' FAWKNER, junr. Launceston, ? February 4th, 18S1. CASH UIVE^-^OJR^-WOOL. CAPTAIN SMITH of the ' Resourc*' will give CASH for a limited num ber of Bales of good washed WOOL, to complete his cargo, on application to him on board, or to Thomas Williams, at hit Store, in Brisbane street. CouH of Requests for Launceston District. NQTICE is hereby giyen that the aext Monthly Sittings of this Court, will take place on Tuesday, the 15th March next, at the hour of 10 A. M. Plaints in country causes must b...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21st, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 February 1831

LAUNCESTON ADFERTISBR t* It is in endeatonring to instruct^ mankind, th^t we are best able to practise that general virtue which comfreheBds the leve of MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21»t, 1831. To the inhabitants of Launcestoa, and I Hi feciifall^hii agriculturfllDistricts, through- j put the Island, the prea^nt is a season ^f nniveretl interest and graiificatioi The yellow graii housed, and rtady for nouiiag, fiiverio tEe Tanner &xi*n of hit probable l«anc« for the easuing twelve months; aid he projects fresh improvement^ on his Land, according us his crop is plentiful or ?c»rce. it w *Ws Pojti§Il of our community ' to wbleh we ^*H^ 'liiust look^ Itis tliecu)^ t1s«s|8^f^ ^ *° wbonTwe are indebted!, B6^ni$For»iir supplies/ but our L x ports j and^ourtriide generaiiy.^ Jn VfoungCi^onf] ('ln^ses are of more inyiorUBce l'^^0! ... others. It is the yeotnanry wljo improve the Land, who^ have brought Vaa Dieaacn s ±.aadioJthe pitch she has^ attaiaedj^antl |t is j them who by further Jmpr©Teni...

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SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 February 1831

SYDNBY INTELI.1GENTK. IT ( FronUhe Morninr €7ironicle.) - — NBW SOUTH WAUIS. House ofCommon8, July 8— Mr. John Stewaev presented a Petition from Patrick Thompson, Ihe UDf«3rtunate nan whose case had~TiteIy been -mett^oned^fa-thatTflousyT com plaining of various grievatices.which he bad suffered in New Soolh Wales. It deserved the attention of the House ; Jot nAf^eaB^MaiM.JK^», well-founded, which |hey ajpppare^toj)e,thej;qjiducjjyfthe ©ivewibr ^ ? Moififlseiv on returning- to Chatham, he had been 1 there confined I'ojr nine weeks. Subsequently h» I -was discharged; but,- notwithstanding he had I previously received a free pardon, the words] *c discharged with ignominy' were inserted in a ] different^andwnting into the^ndeT for his dis- I charge. He (Mr. Stewart) had no reason to doubt the accuracy of the allegations of the Petitioner, who was thrown on the world, and utterly destitute of the means of finding his way to his native parish in Ireland. He begged to recommend the Petitio...

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HISTORY AND POLITICS [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 February 1831

iaiSTOBi^ANjpT'oi.mcs Notliing is more absurd than to attempt to — weoncHe-^«fl9oe«iey^w4tlizlhe Iniercsts-of inaukind-— noiliing more sophistical than the arguments used in support of it. Being, as it is, the parent of Anarchy; add foe to Social Order, can it be capable of ad ministering to the happiness of man ? Cer taiuly not, in our opinion ; and he must be a man of extraordinary ability indeed, who could convince us that it is. Men may say bo, and quote 'great authorities' who have said so, too ; but it is no the ipse disc it of shallow soi disant Politicians, that will induce us to alter our cfewlin this res pect. Nevertheless we are open to con viction ; when we see deductions from argu ment, and that argument founded upon Truth, Reason, znd Common Sense, nei^ ther of which we can find in anything we have heard, or read, in support of Republic anism. Glowing pictures and flaming- de- scription* of the blessings of »* Political Liberty,' rhodomontades, equally florid, -=^rot^=...

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LATEST SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 February 1831

— LATEST SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. The Post has brought us our -Auttraliant and Monitor* te the end of January. We ha v« only ? time and 6p*ee4or-4h*; following scraps or two : - JMUJiTUM JN_PAR VCK^-A RCH BE aCON -B&-utIGH- TON was on a spiritual tour on the Hunter.— Besides - the^iction for breach of proBoise_oi jnarriage, one for trim, con., juid two for seductiou, all in high life, wereexpeotedlaftpme on the carpet.— LlEU TEN AN T DB LA (J ON DAM in E proceeds to England by^the TKoyaf AdmiraL— :MessrsrBroKEs and snspgENiT ^bad opened a new T PriHlingr~Offi©e;— Firemen had been coromitted for stealhig cattle from Mi.Throsby «— The 43rd anniyersarv of the foundation of ^he€olo ny-oT New South wales was celebrated at Mor ris's Tavern— 150 persons sat down to dinner on the —occasion.— A Lady near Campbell Town had present ed her Lord with THil&E-fine children at a birth.* Sixteea persona were charged with having been con nected with Wa^msley and Webber.— Wheat: &h...

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Supreme Court. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 February 1831

'''.,.'' Supreme Court* ?-?-.-._-*?- - The Lawyers at Issue.— The Chief Justice and Mr. -Justice ^STtiwiEM bayTngTalcen — th eir seats, Mr^Justice^J3owti no not being able to attend In consequence-of illness, ~ - Dr. Wardell addressed the Cotirt,-6bseTving$ that sonie time since a discussion was instituted relative to a division of the bar, at which time an order was promulgated dividing the barf~and which it was understood at the time of making it should tie forthwith trapsmitted~to'the^ecre^ ? tary.-o'f- State for the Colonies, to be submitted to flis^lajesty in^ouncil— for his approvaliraBd'if approved of, to be carried into effect: . S-nce ? which, however, a prejudicial rumour which he ?could not believe, had got anoat, that ought, he considered, to be negatived or affirmed, to wit, _,-?- ?— . that the order had^ never been trapsmitted to _ England, in consequence, _ after ^ . the^passjng~3gf: ? -the-ordiHY1 of some' subsequent arrangement!' ? among the Crown Officers. He there...

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To the Editor of the Launceston Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 February 1831

To the Editor of the Launceston Advertiser. S i Hj ? *1 have always taken your -paper-from-its commencement ; and shall continue to do so, because 1 think that you first published it under the mea of rendering the People of this County a service. 1 have followed you through all your various progressions; and done my best to sup port you, whenever it lay in my power; judging that by undertaking a task so difficult for the Public good you deserved the Public support. With this impression I now beg to offer you a few 'tnieTessays after the style of the Spectator which' I have written from to rime, for the express pur pose of having them published. They have been composed for the use aud benefit of the rising generation, and it you. feel disposed to print them the papers of *' the Scribbler,' for so I Tiave designated them, are much at yo.ur service. The manuscripts I now send are all of rather a serious cast, but if you will give me a corner now and then, 1 shall endeavour to diversify...

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HISTORY AND POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 February 1831

.,? ? ? ? - . BF,P»E8gM3LATg^jgOVERyMB^t.-~l^nbfP the Public Press falls into (he haads of Wu ^ho are possessed of oo 01 her political prin ciple than that which is congenial to their own interests— who never reflect upon cir cumstances, by trac]to^ effects to their res pective causes who write from the impulse of tile moment, and but too frequently at tile instigation of base, design ipg;, and fac tious individuals—who deny the existence of ialepe; dent feeling in an Editor —who ridicule consistency of principle, and yet hold up to execration, in the blackest colors, the man who admits he has been in the wrong | —who suffer themselves to be made the tools of party and the instruments of discord— when, we say, the Press falls into such mw woftkyJiahdSf U is not surprising '..'that ; in cessant heart-burnings, Hl-feeling and discern^ tent should appearamon^ the unhappy People who are crammed with the political trumpery which they put forth. It looks very fine, — very eandid4ira'wriie...

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POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 February 1831

POETRY. The following lines have been sent to us as original* We do' not mean to say that they are not the producti on of the party, who sent them ; but have seen them before; and heard them attributed to -another person. Whether original or not, they possess' suffi cient feeling to induce us to give them 10 our readers.— TO ELIZA. Since from thy charms Pm doom*d to fly, Eliza source of all my bliss ! Wilt thou refuse one parting sigh \ Can*st thou refuse one parting kiss ? To night — when sets the solar ray, ? When^weariedinortals-sink^o-rest--? _—?;— Let raptures close th* eventful day^ — Close let me clasp tUee to my breast 1 When distant far— on thee to think Will please — altho* it give me pain ; And when rich spicy wine I drink, 1*11 pledge my love — and sip again. ^=g*4a-8aid there's pleasure in Jhe Aoar-l-k— ? ' Ifio— Til revel in this bliss— - BuTcanit^- Angel of my soul, Be halt «o sweet as^tnyTieuTidss-! ? It may impart a transient joy Which the next moment will efface ; ...

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THE SCRIBBLER, No. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 February 1831

THE SCRIBBLER, No. 1. . On Fashion.— The ridiculous height to which ^i^eT^le^niit^fion^of^jiier^Js carried JiodeiyJie, narae of .*? Fashion,' has created a rock, upon which the lame and fortune of too many has foundered. Every thing now receives additional ? value from being fashionable. Thus we have fashionable dresses— fashionable manners— fashi- onable accomplishments— fashionable bosks— fashionable company— fashionable carriage ; anfl fashionable every thing, whether in food, rai ment, dwellings, employment, of 4 he most com mon concerns of life, including of Course fathum Mbit 'levity. This is nothing more nor less than paving a submissive obedience and adoration at the shrine of folly, as it matters not how ugly or displeasing seeyer any thing may be, provided it be Only fashionable. In dress particularly this is to be observed, for we find that the ' fashion ables** pay no regard whatever to the circumstance of any article oj dress being convenient or be ? coming^ioTwTieiher ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 February 1831

LAB^fCteSTd^ HACKS v Z « ? ? ^ ~ ? _j -? — ? , ? , ? J'-*»i .--,.. ?? *',, '- ?' 'V-: ? r- ? ?- ? T^l Swebpst A«ES of £8 each, with £40 added for Two-year-olds. ?; 7 T^ ' . ? *t. lbs. r ! Fillies and'Geidings. . . .^^^. . 8 4 Thorougli*red, viftra.^.^,,. 10 ?. ?'.'; ':'.', Wbdnesday, 9tk, . ? ^r~^-r: '1 «w«^ysTAKES of «3 each, with £40, added for ii II«r*t»of ullages. ' tj Two-year-olds .«.;.«. ? 7 7 l '— - — Three ^de. ..... ? -?,— f~— -?—- Four do. . ? ?i....;...,iM^_iil_s ? l_J ? ;_ F,Ive. _4o. ........i ? 1H ' Jf Six do,, and aged, ? io 10 1 ; 'ThoTowgii-i)red?-ejttra. ? ? TO ? — Thursday 10th. ? A-PPAgE_ftf go Gnhmug, gi ven by this Van Die^ fnett% Land Establishment, tor Two-year-olds, the J Produce of itsffortes. ? .? — r ' , . -. ?'' l,;' 'A ' ' stvlb»- ? * FiUief And--5elding$ -. k;.- ...... S : . 4 . i ? * T TOdroughibr^iejdrji.^f ? 10 { -? -. : -: ?- , : . -niti Hfc&m , i **«WEfipsTAKBS 6f-*$ each, with #20 added for i Horses; fecij of all ages, A^eights the same ...

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LOCALITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 February 1831

LOUALlTtES. T he- Lieutenant Govern ok. — Having heard various reports of the probatvle removal ot Colo nel AftTHUU from the GuvernmentHaf ^aHH3ie-7 men's Land, we have been making enquiries i frem several persons recently arrived from England, who all_agree__ in ^statin* that no such -question, was at all agitated in England. For pur own part we ~see-iio -flece*sity-for-a chauge^il~pa5Sfint^_aiiid hope His Excellency will be continuedTTj-his command until he can see the completion of his present plans for the welfcre of theXolony. Ex perience has already proved Colonel Arthur to ~g-PS'are~sgldo« for the better. ? — — ..L_... ? The Port Ofpicer\— It has recently seve ral tinaps~t)'een mentioned to us as a subject of -cpniplaiBt^Qiat.Jffi^]JB^Kajm ? __ are Jiept for days in the River, o wiu'gto^ Tepre hen^inie neglect iifthe 1*ort^1ti©PTr This ^is what we have he»rd ; 'but ^at the same U*he cannot brirrg nur mind to believe thatan^oir^ mariner as Captain W*tsH 4s, dajSlil 'rstt-far f...

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