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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 30 May 1856

BY SAM. P. IYINS. ATHENS', TEM, FRIDAY, MAY 30, 1850. YOL. YIII.-MO. 401. 5 TRBJIO 1 11 POBT li oWlih4 Friday at. at par yea araMe in adanw, or , If pamant U dtlaed untU . ,trilMMMM "111 bt chtrrad f per square 1 Ann. or less, for the trot itiftortfoa, and tu nH for . a in 1 . 1 1 . . t A ofltffl eonllnaanco. Jt hwctm nnunwn maoe io (now -ko adroralM T thavea.- 19' Pirwwa sending aaver- tlotmoau nuM nark th nuisbor -of tlmas ther desire than tnaerted, or inejr win m eoDUnaea antu rorbia ana ekarmd aoeardindr.iE. ror aaaounoiuf th uaiaei af eaodldateforaS6a,t3, CVwA. Obituary notices orer It tines, charged at the regular advertising ratea. AH eomnuulcatlons Intended to promote the private ndi or Intereats of Corporation!, Societies, School! or Individuals, will be chanted ae advertisements. Jab Verk.uchu Panihl-ta,Miniitee, Circulars, Cards, Blanka, Handbills, So., will be executed In food Style, and on reaaooable terma. . All letten addreaaed to the Proprietor, poet paid , will we p...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 30 May 1856

ATHENS POST. a. r. mM,ifTo tvinixtDm. TtraiM: i HJ. r asns.rnsn prtttfMUMlMd al Monpt an f HIMMI IHglf I H11- - H Omtmrj 3UdcM seer U lia,srie st tfct rarasr asvsrusi rsiia jn mi i iiiirr'v ' ' marssssSrtaaprlrsBt mil asiai Csif srsnsas Si Sisss sr lilirHnli sna k dnnM bs uuiwm FOB rwitT. KILL1HI rittE or sna voss. fOS VICE rtBSIDEXT. ABEW J. ISO'EL. lumi r v tssae. raoti a. selsos. JOMS B. BBJBS, sf" frs" - n,-s Eianea. ATUCIB, FttlPAT. H1TIO.I . CoctMT A Concert of VecsJ aad In etramrntal 11 Mae will be give by Prof. Cooct's Class, at Ue PreshTteriaa Chare m Athens, on Priday aigbt Jobc 6, The anblic yt Invited to attend. Kitno r Dibectobtv Ttan will be a called meeting of the Directory East Tm aeaseesnd Georgia Railroad Company, at Um office of the Company, Athene, os Thars day next the 6tb af Jane. Cocrrr Jcku Commissions bsve beea issued to the f eallemea recently elected to toe office of Coenty Judges, and they will Bold their first CoaiU oa Monday .next the 3d day ol J one. B...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 30 May 1856

L - i ! t THE NEW YORK DEMOCRACY AND THE SLAVERY QUESTION IMPOR TANT MOVEMENT. A mnnifrsto tin been recently iMiied in New York by one hundred gentlemen, "not in the name or under the authority of any or gnnized body, but aa individual Democrats, and tinder the responsibility of ''eir own ignsturra. These gentlemen are not mem. bera of the Republican party, but, on the contrnry, voted at the last SlnU Election for the Soft Shell, or Administration Democratic ticket Among Die "ignore are aeveral State officers, membera of Cunjrt-s and SUte , Senators of lonucr year, and others who have for years been rvcognizod aa among the most earnest, active, efficient, reliable standard bearers of the great Democratic party which rallied round Jackson and Van Duren, and gave the vole of the Empire Slut to Polk and Pierce. In reference to the Democratic National Platform of 1853, the renewal of the slavery agitation in 1854, by the pnsnge of the Ne-braskn-Katisas bill, and the agency of Presi dent...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 30 May 1856

l"t t UL' fe f . ; res r CATHARTIC PILLS OTFUATE by their powerful Influence on -the internal viscera to purify the blood and stimu itU it bito healthy actioa. They remov the ubttructions of the stomach, bowels, liver, and other l,r(i..n of the body, and, by restoring their irregular i.tion to health, correct, whcreTer they exist, sucn. dirttngenienta aa are the first causes of disease. . . :- l nf ho r virtue, b Professors. rt-Tnnna, and PatienU, has shown cures of dan i rraus diseases almost beyond belief, were they not 's wtantiated by persons of such exalted position iul character as to forbid the suspicion of untruth. ; 1 tr ractiflcntea are published in my American .!...jiiic, which the Agents below named are i tiaed to furnish free to all inquirjng. Annexed we give Directum for their use in the .mpi-int which they hare been found to cure. run CosTiVENBsa. Take one or two Puis, or v.rn quantity as to gently move the bowels. Cos .viioss is frequently the aggravating cause or Pi...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 6 June 1856

BY SAM. P. IYINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, JUNE C, 1856. VOL. VIII.-NO. 402. tf,bh: THE POST If published every Friday at It per year .' payable In advance, or , if payment U delayed until .h. plriloo of hs yew- jlarrlluni" will be enarired $1 per (quart f 11 llne. er less, for the Brat insertion, and SO cent for . wmeh cootlnnaaea. A liberal deduction made to those who adverUse by the rear. OTPtnom send Ins: ad ver tliementa nail mark the number of timet thry desire them Inserted, or they will be continued until forbid and charfod aeeordinrlr.a, For announcing the u tunes of candidates for office, t& Cnk. Obituary notices orer 11 lines, charged at the regular advertising rates. All comraunloatlons Intended to promote the private ends or Interests of Corporations, Societies, Schools or Individuals, will be charged as advertisements. Jab Work such as Pamphlets, Minutes, Circulars, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, Ac, will be executed In good trie, and on reasonable terms. AH letters addre...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 6 June 1856

ATHENS POST. 8. r. 1VL-W, EDITOR AST) rROPRirTOR- T'rmi-d J". Prito la d or M h xntrmlUM f h yesr. , v fprr 4cntmme4 rnnti tfl irrMnM ars Par iMHMi Um um ' uaoMsta fer IS, oUurr KxieM Ttr It llaM.chvtW t tkt rcfnUr s4rerttlnff rales. , Jill niHTinirit' -- to promote th prlnM ui or lotarau Corpora"". Boeletlo, Schools or UdlrUtula, will bo. cktrgev as drticmenl. FOE PREMDEST, " aiLLIRD riLlMOBE, or sw tou. FOB VICE PRISTDEXT, A5DBCW J. DOJtELSOX, or tm'irt tisrross r ns Stt At Lisas. THOS. A. R. KELSON, of Wtohioftoa. JOBS t. BBUtN, of Dsridion. Pistsict PxacTOB. M Wt. KIE3S B. BRABSOS. of BaaflUa. ATIIKSS. FBIPAT, JOE 6, 1866. Concert. A Concert of Vocal and in. strumental Mosic will be given by Prof Cooke's Class, t the Presbyterian Church in Athens, on Friday night, June 6, 1856. The public are Invited to attend. The Circinrati Coivertior. We give In another column all the intelligence that hue reached o in regard to the action of the Democratic Convention, which Resembled at Cinc...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 6 June 1856

kVa " i for the Tost. A R1SP0N3E TO -TUE SIS OF DAKCIN'O . - Ma. Editor : 1 e iu your issa of April 23th, eommaoieatioo clipped from the Ha ob Republican, headed The Sin of Dancing, ia which Mr. or Mia Curioeitf liaa propound od mot queer interrogatories, indeed, and aiao endeavored to inatil aonia very itraoge. though aot unpopular, notions into the bud ding cranium of the rising generation. I heartily aoneuria on idea advanced by thi curious personage, eoneeruing the cheerful baas which should be depicted upon the beam ing eountenmnce of ever christian, but as much as I dislike petty contest for tha vindi- - eation or demolition of petty principle, I am constrained, in sentimental candor, to dissent - from the main tenor of these intimation ooeerning what the churches should tolerate ia their junsdicliT capacities as I conceive ii sucn i'run:c were countenanced in a church, the would lead to pollution and thence to an inevitable overthrow, and thua thwart tb grand project for whic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 6 June 1856

REEL'S CATHARTIC PILLS OPERATE by their powerful influence on th internal viscera to purify the blood and tiniu late it into healthr action. They remove the iibtruction of the stomach, bowel, liver, and other organ of tlia Wj, and, by rctoriiie. their uwgular action to henlth, correct, wherever they ejiat, uch deruuiemenU at are the first caue of diaeaae. An etenire trial of their virtue, by Professor. Physician, and Patienta, ha hown cure of dan eroua oiseaee aluioat beyond belief, were they not eubetantiated by person of uch exalted position and character aa to loruio uie auapictuu ui uuuuvu. Their eertiaeatea r published in my American Almanac, which the Agent below named are pleaaed to furnish free to all inquiring. Annexed we (rive Direction! for their use In the complaint which they have bet-n found to euro. Fob Cotitbwe. Take one or two Pill, or men quantity a to Rcntlv move the bowel. Coa tirenea it frequently the K(rravatiiiK cause of Pi Lit, and the cure of one complaint i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 13 June 1856

L I"; BT SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENff., FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 1856. VOL. VIIL-NO. 403. mm pi TEBJIII THI POST h published cTer, Friday at IS per year arable In adrance, or S3, If payment la delayed until Ike eaplratloo of tho year. Aderl"ni, "III be charged 11 per squara t lv Hnes, or lew, for the flrit Insertion, and SO cents for Mch continuance. A liberal deduction made to thoM h. advertise by the year. IWPcrwni sending adver, litsaenla must mark the number of timet they desira them Inserted, or they will be continued until forbid and charted aeeordinrljr.i For announcing the names of candidates, for offlee, $5, Catk. Obituary notices orer IS lines, charged at the regular advertising rates. All communications Intended to promote the private ndsor Interests of Corporations, Societies, Schools or Individuals, will be charged as advertisements. Jab tVork. such at Pamphlets. Minutes, Circulars Cards, Blanks, Handbills, Ac, will be executed In good tyle, and on reasonable terms. All lettera...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 13 June 1856

ATHENS POST. 8. P. IV1N8, EDITOR AND fBOPBIETOB. Term: year, payable advaoea, at he etmrntloaof tne rear. V1 No paper dix ooliniKl antfl an arrearage ar Maid, eaeept at the option of the PublUher. Par anooanciof Die DtaM f candidates (or office $3, Obituary Sotleef ever U lines, chirjed at th regular advertising; rate. all communications latended to pmnote tn print ends ar Interests f Corporation!, BMetloa, School or Indirl'huls, will Be cbarxed a adrerfitenienta. FOB PRESIDENT, iniLLABD riLLnonE, or n tobk. FOB TICK PRESIDENT, AXDBEW J. DOXELSOX, or tir DioraKT Ei.scroa. 14 DUt. BEE9B B. BRABSON, of Hamilton. ATIIK.IS. fHIDAli JIXE ia. 1866. Asotiikb Declessiob. The Knoxville Whig of loat week, contains long letter from T. A. R. Nelson, Esq , In which he de clines the position of Elector for the State t large, to which he was nominated Jiy the American Convention that assembled nt Nashville last winter. Mr. Nelson's private and professional business demand his whole at tention. Jud...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 13 June 1856

OLD UN'S WUItJS. V find in the St. Louie leptib!ican Ihe subjoined letter from that glorima old Whip Edward Balea: Tha Palmyra Whig contain the following letter from Judge Bates. It wis called forth ky tha invitation of a number ot gentlemen of Marion county, soliciting him' to attend a Whig meeting in Palmyra on lie 28 of June, and to address them. Judge .tea ha pro miaed to be there, and the Whig of the State may be assured (hat he t ill .keep that promise. lie alludee in this Istter, it wilt be obaerred, to an addreaa which will soon be put forth by Whig of St. Lrtiia, in favor of Keeping up a distinct organitnlion of the Whig party. Tbataddres hai been prepared, and will meet, we doubt not, the approval of many Vhice of thia city and State. Here is Judge Uatea' letter: St. Iwis, liny 22, 1856. Gentlemen, Friends: 1 bare thia moment received your kind letter, dited yesterday, inviting me to meet the Whig of ilnrion in convention, at Palmyra, on Sittirday, the 28th of June. It did...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 13 June 1856

JEER'S CATHARTIC PILLS OPERATE by their powerful influence on the internal viscera to purify the blood and stimu late it into healthy action. They remove the obstructions of the stomach, bo well, brer, and other organs of the body, and, bj restoring their irregular action to health, correct, wherever they exist, sucit derangement as are the first causes of disease. An extensive trial or inevr vtrroes, oy x-roiesaorw. Physicians, and Patients, has shown cores of dan gerous diseases almost beyond belief, were they not substantiated by persons of snch exalted position and character as to forbid the suspicion of untruth Their certificates are published in my American Almanac, which the Agents below named are pleased to furnish free to all inquiring. Annexed we give Direction for their use in the complaints which they have been found to cure. . For CoeTiTBMBU. Take one or two Pills, or ; ich quantity as to gently move the bowels. Coe uveness is frequently the aggravating cause of Pile, a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 20 June 1856

an 11 Bt SAM. P. IVINS. TEItmtl! TBK rott If pabtlahed ever? Friday t H per rear parable th adrance, or SB, If payment la delayed anlU f IS llnei, or leu, for the (Irit Imertlun, anil So cents for tach continuance. A liberal deduction made to those who ailrertlae by the year, t"WPeron srndlna lver. tlrements mutt mark the number or tlmea tliev deatra them Inserted, or they will be eoutlnued until forbid and Charged accordlnalv. zeS Tor annonnclnf theiiamef of candidate! for office, 5, Ohitnary notleei oyer 11 llnei, charged at the rei-olar advertising ratea. " All communications Intended to promote the prtrate ends or Intereits of Corporation!, flnrletlei, Schools or uu,f iuvhi, w,,i ve vnnraen im niTrnemeniS. Job World inch aa Pamphlets, Minutes, Clrcnlars, Carda, nianka, llandhllla, Ac, will ba executed In food ttyle. and on reasonable terma. Allletlera addrenaed to the Proprietor, poll paid, will Peraona at a rilatance aendln ne the namet of four olrent nub.crllier., will he entl...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 20 June 1856

ATHENS TOST. t. t. ITINi, RDITOR AND PROPRIETOR' TerMst a rmr, psTsMe la W?m, HU Km papsr eitcontlnaed sntfl Ad smartest trs Ssld.umpottht -pUonol lh PvklUhw. uimmIdi tks asms f tsadklstaa for $5, tuh. OMMsrr !tilMi svsr It llRM.ehtrf at tha rtfulsr drmlalnt ram. AM Mmomnietlot!t littnd4 to nrmnote Iht private 9m4t sr tnlsrMla f Oor)rfttlAas, Soclrtlf f , SchMlf or tsSlTfdaaJs, wlU bs sliarge M advtrtuwmsnta. rOR PRESIDENT, MILLARD rlLLHIOBE, Of RtW T0. POR TICI PRWIDENT, ANDREW J. DONELSONt M Mat. REESE B. BRABSON, or Hamilton. , ATllE.tS, t'KIDAYt, Jt NE 0, IS.16. MR. FILLMORE ACCEPTANCE. Th letter of Mr. Fillmore Accepting the nomination Tor the Presidency, will be round on another column. H la plain, brief, and manly. In the present exigencies of the country, when it foreign relation! are In critical condi tion and civil war is raging within our bor. den, thi acceptance will be hailed with hope and joy by erery patriot in the Innd and in spire confidence in the bneoma of thoae w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 20 June 1856

OLD BUCK'S PHOSPECT9. Prom the Richmond Whit. ' Befors the Mumbling qf tha Clnoinnstl Convention, w undertook to (how how loud tha prospects of th Dsmocracy are In ths present campaign. Bine the nomination has been made, we hava been trying to as certain, if poeeible, whether there hae been any change for the better; but, After culm titniite of the chances, we are' forced to oneltide that the hopei of Old Buok are det - tined to be blneted. Th Democrat) editore and politioiani have been playing a very tall gam of brng for many montht pait, aa our reader art ful ly aware. Their object in doing so here at the South it apparent to every one. They understand well enough that if they enn sue oeed in making the Southern people believe that there ia no chance for Mr. Fillmore, and that the contest will be necessarily narrowed down between theii own party and the Black Republican?, that they will have gained a very material point. That la, they are en tirely eonacioua that, in eueh a contes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 20 June 1856

f ' III H IIIWHMMMJt MMIMB CATIIARTIC PILLS OPERATR by thir powrrfil Influent on tht internal Tinoera to pnrityr the blood and itimtf lata it into health? action. Thar remora tho brtructioni of tha stomach, bowel, lifer, and other organ of the body, and, by mtorina- thetr irregular action to health, correct, wherever they exist, such, darangamento aa are the flrt eausee of disease. An extensive trial of their virtnet by Professors, Fhrticinns, and Patients, has shown euros of dan gerous diseases almost beyond belief, were they not substantiated by persons of such exalted position ana character as to forma tne snsmcion 01 untnun. Their certificates are published in my American Almanac, which the Agents belnw named art pleased to furnish free to all inquiring. Annexed we gire Direction for their nse In th tomplaints which they have been found to cure. Foa Costivbnbms. Take one or two Pills, or such quantity as to gently more the bowels. Cos tiveness is frequently the aggravating cause...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 27 June 1856

9 j 'W. BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, JUKE 27, 1856. VOL. VIIL-NO. 405. TRRKII! THI POST to rkllahni 7 Friday at II per year arable In idnnot, or 8, If payment to delayed until .na eltplratlon of the year. S.J verlloemenils in be charged f 1 per square f 1 lines, or less, for the flrat Inaerlion, and 0 cents for oack eontinsane. A liberal iMuctlon made to those who advert! by the year. IT? Peraona aendlne advsr tlaeraenta most mark the number of timet they deiire them inserted, or they will be continued until forbid and charted aeeordlnlr.f for anoounoing the names of candidates for oSco, 5, Obituary notieos over IS lines, charged at the regular advertising rates. , All cnmniiinlcations Intended to promote the private nas or interests or uornorations, societies, schools or Individuals, will be charged as advertisements. Jab Wmrk.suehas Pamphlm, Minutes, Circulars, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, ac, will be executed In good style, and on reasonable terms. All letters addressed ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 27 June 1856

ATHENS POST. 1. F. ITISS.SDiTOE AND PROPRIETOR. LTrnit-l jrir, p7l' b advaiwe, or il kc plriloo f tlx year. . MT N paper duraotinoed onto til arrearsrrs art Bi7iMptatliie optioB' lh Publisher. pr UMundof Uic iuw f candidates lor otfict 13, Obllomry Kotleci evr 11 lines, charged at th regular adrertliiiif rales. ' AU oaousunicatloDS iatanaed la promote th prints east ar interest of Cerporallaae, Societies, Schools or Indlvtdaals, will bs charged at advonUenenu. FOB PRESIDENT, niLLABD riLinonc, Of It TOaK. JOB VICI PRESIDENT, AXDREW J. DONELSONt or niiniu. M Wst. REESE B. i)HABSON, of BamOtra. ATllKWrBIDAY.JHJWET. IS 60. t-if A lint of appointment for the El ton for this District, will be found od tho next fagt. Fob the Canvass. W propose to fur tilth our paper to Clubr from this time till the close of the canvass, for 50 cent per copy, in advunce. Our friend in the differ ent eonntiee round, ere requested to eeod ue all the namea they can. Fores Hill Academt. The busings of our offic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 27 June 1856

METROPOLITAN COERESPOKDESCE. ew inin-umi YL Kkoztillb,Jod 24,1858. T tin Editor of tin Post . Tha Demootaey came out last Saturday night, la all thair might and majesty. A call tH mad for ao assemblage of the faithful to ratify th Cincinnati nominations, Witu me assistance of lha "Know Nothings." "Obi Lin. Whigs.H-nwfledged Democrat. (th oldest and purest kind ol Wig.) tha "onter. rifted" managad to make aoraa aort or a show ing. Indeed, I am bound to aay that but for these extraneous influencea, tha meeting, despite tha wild enthu.iatm with which tha nomination of Buchanan and Breekenridge waa bailed throughout the eountry, mutt have proved not exaotly a failure but very mall affair. Let ma give you in aa few words i possible, an account of thia demonstration. When I arrived on tha scene, my friend Mj. Bamsit was just ascending tha "platform" to take the chair. Thia movement on hia part, was tha result, as I was informed, of tha spontaneous and repea'- demanda of tha congregated mu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 27 June 1856

CATHARTIC PILLS nvtn ft TO U. iVv w WAV flit InffltMlM OB til internal viscera to purify the blood and tuno I11U it into healthy action. They remove the obstructions of the stomach, bowels, uver, and other organ, of the body, and, by re-torm their irregular action to health, correct, wherever they exist, sack derangements aa are the first cause ofj diaeaae. ATektensive trial of their virtues, by Profepre, rotu &se almost beyond belief, were they not I iubatantiated by persons of inch exalted position ! and character aa to forbid the suspicion of untruth. Their eertifieate are published in my American Almanac, which the Agent below named are ideated to furnish free to all inquiring;. Annexed we aire Direction! tat their use In the complaints which they hare been found to cure. J on CosTivai.- Take one or two Pills, or ench quantity as to (-entry more the bowela. Cos ttreneea is frequently the aggravating cause of Film, and the cure of one complaint is the cure) , of both. No pers...

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