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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 8 February 1851

Notes from the Lecturing Field. Immediately after ' Tho Fair,' having re Mtrad Instructions to repair to Michigan M the flald of Anti-Slavery labor, I returned home and aet my houae In order, and started (or thnt distant theatre of action. On my way I spent week at MiddlcBeld, in Ueauga Co., whero I expected to meet a man who professes to be Baptist Minister from Georgia. Thia person had been in thia neighborhood for some time ex patiating on the glories and blessings of the Patriate! institution, claiming for it the high st dlvina sanction, and showing that abolition isU were fighting against God by opposing his ptt institution. Ue also, of course, maintain. 4 the righteous character of that princo of peace measures,' tho Fugitive bill, and often professed his readiness to enter the lints with any of the agenta of the abolition Societies. wm however dissappointed, for upon tho arrival bt myself and Joseph Treat, whom I met here, he hsd departed. From what I ean hear of thia fellow,...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 8 February 1851

Miscellaneous. A Thimble-Fall of Romance. The tailor's wife lind stitched since five in the morning. It was now noon tlic tiny of fer Uhristinss-ilHy, and there really wns something tor dinner. The tnilor nm from Iiome tlie children were out, hut it wns Iom upon twelve o'clock, and in a trice they would be hock, eager and hungry for their meal. Mrs. Atkins nut down lirr work a very handsome waistcoat of sky-blue atin. sprinkled with stars and Iwrdcred, it might be, with the todiuc, (the liorder was so strsngcly beautiful) clnpt her thiinhle on the nintiu l-piete, and hurried to the cup board. At all events, there woe a dinner to day; and something seemed to promise to the tailor's wife a blighter time, and fuller table for the time to come. Atkins had gone to moke inquiry about a hip that wsa to sail fur the other side of the World; and though ho Imd not at that time a ingle piece of ijtiecn Victorin's minted gold to purchase a passage for himself and linni ly, he nevertheless would...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 15 February 1851

cue "50 I'MON WITIl StITEnOLDERS." JAMES BIllXABY, PnbllHlilnff Agent. OLIVEII JOHXSOX, Editor. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, FEBRUARY 15, 1851. WHOLE NO. 283. VOL. 6-NO. 23. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, PMutud ercry Saturday, at S.iVm, Col. Co., O. Tu vi. $1,80 per annum if paid In advance. $1,7! per annum If paid within the lint aix month of the subscriber's yeir. f 2,00 per 'annum, If payment be delayed beyond six month. t3rWo occasionally send numbers to those who aro not subscribers, but who aro believed to bo interested in the (lisseminntionof anti-sla-rery truth, with the hopo that they will cither subscribe themselves, or uso their inllucnco to extend it circulation among their friend. ryCommuiiieiitiona intended fir insertion, to bo address I to Olivku Johnson, Klitor. All others to Jamks Uaun.wiy, Publishing Agent. Selections. THE LIBERATOR FESTIVAL. The Bocial Festival held in Cocliituato Hall, Boston, Jan. 21th, to celobrato the completion of the second derate ainco tho public...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 15 February 1851

with eli sj mpnthics which our friend baa called Ibrtli, stood in tlie streets of Huston oiid successfully defied the .whole Govern ment ol' the United States. (Loud cheers.) Heard, most gratclnlly in the trembling heurt that is balancing its chances ol' sciiuo in the hovels ol the Cummins, nna which hopes I because yon, sir, hnve placed mini nlong the I ni,rllirn li'mliwiiV lei lii'lli libit luitfiml 1 tl.e tiilon ol our national vulture or even to save him here from It nigc (Applause.) And here just li t mu remember another mnn a moment. 1 read to-day n speech ir the fiirt time of the great Daniel in New York, in which ho congratulated Ids nudi eiice thnt we wore cnrrviuif the lury triiil in to Utah; Anglo-Saxon prejudices anil the jury trial into I'tnhl It reminded mo of the story of ono vt ho naked w hy there wns so liiiirh learning in Cnmliriilgc. Some Iniily replied hceuusn no one curried nny iiwny. ILniiiihit r.l Whv. then. is there cu little jury trinl in Massachusetts? llcr...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 15 February 1851

Cincinnati Correspondence. Hon. J. P. Hale before Cincinnati Library Association Hon. J. P. Hale before Cincinnati Library Association-Black Laws in Indiana-World's Fair. CINCINNATI, Jan. 23, 1851. To the Editor of Th Bugle: The uljcct f th Lecture of Senator Hals before tho Li brary Association of thi City (to which I ro ferrcd in my last) wa uthlait Gladiatorial Exhibition at Homo." llo introduced the "ob ject by remarking that historian, too often neg lect the remote cause., the original springs of great event or radical change In society, be cause IUutratd by obscure men, or on compar atively a mU sphere. The great outline aro presented, the achievement of military heroes or th intrigue of statesmen, while the moving eauae of revolution are to be found in tho he. aie out ot steady impuUe in behalf of free dom of men in humble life, whose merit, arc ntirely overlooked ir the record of the mor Hiring event following sometime genera tion after. When the Emperor Constantino publicly...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 15 February 1851

Miscellaneous. From the Practical Christian. Manifestation of Spirits. Public attention is becoming rtnicli inter ested of Inte in tliis Btil.jcct. What nre cul led "spiritual Ruppings," und oilier Mrungo phenomena of u kindred nature are reported 1'roni various qtuirters of tlio country, w ith o imieh apparent credibility dm to lle main fuels, tliat tlie press begins to take up the sub ject witli considerable oorncsltiees. Some admit an unaccountable reality In these manifestations. Oilier hesitate to mlmit or deny anything holding on iitlilmlo of wav eriif iioucommiltnlism. UllierM boldly de nouncing and ridicule tlie wliolo tiling on sheer humbug, jugglery, or psychological phantasy. A few ln-lievo lliey uro uctuul manifestations made by departed spirits. In private, oil opinion ure expressed, trout tlio liiOHt sneering and contemptuous skepticism, tip to tLo moat reverential ond tinduubling tail It. For our own part, wo never felt liko treat ing them) report! with contempt, nor ...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 22 February 1851

piwt VS OLIVKIl JOIIXSOX, Editor. HO CHOI WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." JAMES BAR.1ADY, rnbllMitna; Agent. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO, OHIO, FEBRUARY 22, 1851. WHOLE NO. 284. VOL. 6-NO. 24. TIE AHTI-SLATERY BUGLE, FMithid tmry Saiunlmy, at Salnn, Col. Co., O. TssiM. $1,60 per Annum tf paid In advance. $1,75 per annum if nid within ths tint tix Month of the subscriber- year. $1,00 per annum, if payment be delayed beyond ais, months. fcyVVe occasionally aend number to those who are not subscribers, but who are believed to ha interested in the disseminntionof anti-slavery truth, with the hope that they will cither subscribe themselves, or uso their influence to xtend iu circulation smnng their friends. ("Communications Intended for Insertion, to be address 1 to Oi.ivsa Johnson, E.litor. All others to Jambs IUhxhby, Publishing Agent. Selections. The Liberator Festival. We copied largely in our last from the report f the Festival by which tho friends of Tin LlssaxToa, celebrated tho completion of the se...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 22 February 1851

moulded hy their' fivo Southern brethren ; llist Mr. M'Lenn win the last nmn lit Ohio whe mulled to hold slavt there i that In kii whole judicial courwe ho Ima tievcf been betrayed Into nno tmotion of mercy or one utterance for freedom l ntid we rejoice thnt hi constant, ntiil, of lute, increnied servility to the rlnvo Power, bus never deceived cith er th North or the, Boutli. Another Slaver Hunt in Michigan. We clip the fallowing from tlio Southern Pieos, wblrh will ha iieiuscd with interest hy otir renders. Tho writer comphiiiif of northern uflieens Kir not UaNlutig oil in lir uit of tlx pnmo oiler night, mid pouncing iKn it at Ilia commund, n if (hey were Southern bloodhounds. Hut lie limy thntik those penile-men lor not accompanying him to tlm nlioilo of those fugitives thnt night, for we know thnt they wero well prrpmi'd to tie ifrnd their cuatlu, mid he would hnvq been lhe first mm thnt they would hnve given n wnrtn siiluto with powder tmd bulls, even nt the expense cJ' their ...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 22 February 1851

EDITOR'S TABLE. , Qbabam' Maoaiiix for March ii well nam ed by the publisher 11 surprise number." It b without picture, if we except a few wood tut illustration ; but we hare instead of the enilomary ornaments 144 page of literary mat tor from American writers, costing no leas than $1,600. " There are no less than fifty different original paper in tho number, from writers of high celebrity, embracing a great variety of subjects bf popular interest. We learn with pleasure that Mr. Graham, since rtsuming the publication of this magazine, ha been very successful in Increasing its oirculntion. His in dustry, tact and perseverance doscrve such a reward. Philadelphia i O. It. Graham. JkMBBiCAX Pmbenolooical JooatiAL. The February number present a beautiful appear ance externally and i filled with matter of abid ing Interest. The enlargement and change of ofm of thi work must be highly satisfactory to its patrons. It i indeed excellent in all its departments, Fhrenolngical, Physiological, ...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 22 February 1851

Miscellaneous. From Eliza Cook's Journal. The Man Who Couldn't say "No." - I - V I i s ... 1 laiil Trotter was a man who 1111 every bodv's friend but liia own. Ilia course in lift seemed to be directed by the mnxim of floing for every body what every body naked liim to do.even to the extent of impossibilities, b it In which of course he Tailed. Whether It wi that liia heart lient responsive to every other heart, or that ho did not like to givo . ofTcnee, or tiint he 'could be bothered' to re . siet importunity, we could never precisely ae- certain; hut certain it i, that he win rarely or never asked to sign a re.piuiliun, to prom iw! vote, to lend money, or to endorse a bill, thai he did not at once comply. He couldn't eay ' no,' and there were ninny, who knew him well, w ho auid ho had not the courage to do to, 1 knew him when mere hoy. lie waa then the scapegoat of the school. Every mad-cap trirk which came tn the master e are, wae fathered on Paul. One day a gross caricature 01 t...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 1 March 1851

V "SO DM ON WITH BUT En OL DEBS." JAMES ItAKXAnr, Publishing A front. OLIVEIt JOHSO, Editor. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, MARCH 1, 1851. WHOLE NO. 285. VOL. 6-NO. 25. If ' TnE MTMLAf ERI DHOLE, fubluhed ivcry Saturday, at Satvm, Col. Co., O. Tiwi.-$1,60 per annum if paid in advance $1,7$ per annum if paid within the first six Month of the subscriber's year. $2,00 per annum, if payment be delayed beyond six month. If We occMionnlly aend numbers to those who are not subsorilicr, but who are believed to be Interested in the dissemination of anti-sla-Tery truth, with the hopo that they will either eubacrihe themselves, or use their influence to extend iti circulation ninmi their friends. lyCommunicntiorm intended for insertion, to be address I to Oliver Joiinso, Editor. AUotherato J a Mrs Bahnarv, l'ul.liidiina A , -cut. Selections. Fugitive Slave Case la Cincinnati. Correspondence of the Ohio Star. Cincinnati, Feb. 12, 1851. A fugitive ilnve ense the first under tlic law of 1850 occurr...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 1 March 1851

&I)C nti-Slaucvn i3ttCjli MfllB OOP COMMANDS TO TAKB T11R TUI MITT AND TIl.OW A lOLOIKirs Oil A JAItlMNO M.AST, IT LIES HOT IS JIAIf's WILL WHAT IIS SHALL SAY OU WHAT III Ml ALL CONCKAL. MillOll, bALkM, OHIO, HAIK U 1. 1851. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE meets March 2d. . Sunday Mli.tincs Jacob Hcnton will de liver tho Discourse on Sunday next. We be speak for him n large audience, confident Unit what h may havo to offer will ho richly worth hearing. --The Discourse of E. 9. Jones, nn the lnit Sabbath, upon Individual, l'umily ami Neigh borhood Reforms, was decidedly the bent of tho series thui far. We were glad that to largo on audience turned out to hear it. Salem Institute. The 'Winter term of this popular institution, under the euro of 'William McClain, closes on Friday next. A public ex hibition will beheld on tho evening of that day in tho Town Hall. The next term of the Insti tute will commence Monday, Man h 31st. An advertisement from tho teacher was received too late for insertio...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 1 March 1851

EDITORIAL BREVITIES. The 'Ebony Line' of steamers if not likely to obtain the support of Congress at this ses ion. The IToute of Reps, of Wisconsin his reject ed the Senate bill abolishing Capital Punish tncnt. The Hutchinson Family have mndo arrange anente for t option of concerts In the Broadway Tabernacle, New York. It ia confidently stated that the Tope, weary of official care, seriously contemplates abdi cating the papal chair. T ... . ,TT , jsssi Hi-rciiiNso, father of the 'Ilutehin- ton Family,' died reeently at Milford, N. II., at the advanced ago of 73 yean. Of all aeoond-hand tilings, says tho West minster Kovicw, surely second-hand piety U the worst. Brims S. Fostbb says that when mcn stealers are in the pulpit it is crcditoblo to an honest man to bo found in prison. The late snow ttorra in Alabama gave great tuTcnce to tho disunionists. It was regarded as a another " northern aggression." The Freesnilors in tho Monachmotts Legisla ture have unanimously resolved to adlicr...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 1 March 1851

Miscellaneous. Anecdote of a Sensible Dog. The Lyons tliligetico wns just going to atsrt from Geneva. 1 climbed on the roof lid choso my place next the postillion ; there Was mill n vacant scat, and (ho porter, niter closing the door of the row, called "Mmi icur Doriiiiuin!" A lull young mini, with a Gcrinoti style of com, trnancc, mlvuliecil, holding ill disarms a black grnyhuiind, which ho vnlnly tried In place on iliu loof. "Monsieur," suid lie addressing tne, "will you linve tin; kindness to take toy dog ?" Bending over 1 look tin1 auiinul.iind j I . m t il liim on the struw lit my Icet. I observed that lio wore a handsome sivcr rollur, on vhich tho following words were lastHully engraved, ' Jicvis Ihtluvg to Sir ,hlhur ilumliy, given to him by Miss Clary." Iliu owner im, llierefore, un Englishman; yet my fellow-traveller, who hud tuknn his jiloce ly my iido, wns evidently cither n Swiss or a German, mid I j ix mime was Dcr miiiin. Trifling an wus tlic mystery, it excit ed my cu...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 8 March 1851

If" sir lift A) 4 "SO UNION WITH StHEHOlDEKS." OUVXIl JOIIKSOM, Editor. jAm:s buiviby, rubiuiinff Ant. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO.,; OHIO, MARCH 8, 1851. YOL. 6-NO. 2t. WHOLE NO. 286. a THE IflTI-SlA VERY BllilE, Fuilithed ncry Saturday, at Solum, Col. Co., O. Tbiims. $ 1,40 per nnnum if paid in advance. $1,73 per annum if poid within the 11 rat ix Month of tho subscriber's year. $2,00 per annum, if payment be delayed beyond ait month. ITS'" We occasionally aend numbers to those who are not subscribers, but who aro believed to bo interested in the dissemination of nnti-sln-irery truth, with tlio hopo that they will cither subscribe themselves, or uho thoir inlliicnco to extend iU circulation amonR their friends. C7Communication intended for insertion, lo bo adilreiKci to Omvf.ii Johnson, lvlitor. All others to J a mf.s Baiinahy, Publishing Agent. Selections. The Boston Rescue. From The Liberator. It wns ns peaceful n rescue ns "was ever mode in nny case of physical inter ference. The resc...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 8 March 1851

lion or the siilwcqucnt nswi.-rtions, Jn this exigency of complicated cnI,Hies, 1 avnil myself of iho Inct cllor' within the hounds o my duty, to spr, ,), ciii011 f blood j to offer mill , do hereby in his Majes ty's namo, offer mid promise li'ia most gra cious pnrdon to nil persons wlio shall forth with Iny down their arm, and return to the duties of peaceable subjects, cxcrptiiiff only liom tlio benefit of audi pardon Stmutl 'idam! mid John Hancock, whose offences arc too flagitious nature to ndmit of ony otlicr consideration tlian that of condign punish ment. And to tho end that no person within the limits of this proffered merry mny plead ig Horn nre of the consequences of retiming it, 1 liy these present proclaim, not only tho imthoiis nliovc-iiuiited nud excepted, hut all their adherents, nssocintca and alienors, inenning to comprehend in those terms, nil and every prison, nud persons, of what elnss, denomination, or description soever, who hnve epprnred In arms against tho Ki...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 8 March 1851

Cincinnati Correspondence. Cincinnati Correspondence. Ships at the Cincinnati wharves-Census statistics Cincinnati Correspondence. Ships at the Cincinnati wharves-Census statistics —Comparison of States-Roman Catholic population—Foreign Immigration. CINCINNATI, Feb. 20, 1851. To the Editor of Th Dug! : have produced a riso In tho Ohio nt this place, and tho llivcr it now nenrly bonk full. Our wharves havo boon lined tliii week with M largo a fleet of t earner as I recollect to hove cen at ono time, and every department of bu einess seems active. Among other craft at tho wharves may bo aeon two sra-reisss built hero nd now receiving their freight. Ono is a team-ship destined for California, owned by a company, chiefly of nur citiscn. Her hull, engines and entire outfit havo been mado up licre, and she has been fitted up with cvory re quisite for a voyage around Cupo Horn. Tho other Is a ship, three-masted, of large dimen sions, called tho John Swasey, of Salem, Mom., whero she it own...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 8 March 1851

Miscellaneous. Return your Borrowed Books. We hav been intending, for several week punt, to give our rentier the Item-fit of Ilia following moot excellent advice, hut oilier mutter has crowded it out of our columns. It i just as pood now us when it Him writ ten, however, nml wo trust tlint no ono will rend it without profit. Tho reckless disre pnrd of the right of property In look, w hich ohtniriM among coploof good principle iind good feeling, is truly mnivcluu, nnd is n se rious defect in character. A Indy or gentle llini) who liorrows a dollar from n friend's Iiurse, returns it will) seriipuloiiH punctuality, nit either will borrow n book world twice n much, nnd niter tumbling nnd soiling nnd lending it, forget to return it, until its mtient owner In compelled lo seek it. Yet every body knows tlmt hooks m o often mining one's most treasured possesions, precious hum n tliousntid sweet nnd hallowed nssocintion. For our own pnrl, wo regiird our vidiicd books ns our friends, nnd do n...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 15 March 1851

OLIVnt JOHNSON, Editor. "NO UNION WITO SUTEnOLDERS." JAMES n iltXABY, Fublisl.ing Agent. VOL. 6-JNO. 27. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO.? OHIO, MARCH 15, 1851. WHOLE NO. 287; THE 13TML11 EM BUULE, ruMuurl every Saturday, at Sali m, Cot, C'., O. Tfhm. $1,50 per annum if paid In advance $1,74 per annum If paid within th first six tnontha of the subscriber's year. $i,00 pet annum, If payment be delayed btvnni aix months. iaTVe occasionally send numbers to those who are not aubsctibcrs, but who arc believed to be interested in the dissemination of anti-ala-Very truth, with the hope that they will cither auhscrilie themselves, or uso their inrluence to extend it. circulation among their friends. i l7Cflinmuulcntiona intended for insertion, to bo addrcssol to Oi.ivkk Johnson, K litor All others to Jauf.s IUiimaiiy, Publishing Agent, Selections. Eloquence of Thompson. The following sketch of 0 Sccch Hindu by George Thompson at Union Village, N Y., is given by a correspondent of Tlio LibC' ' rator. L...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 15 March 1851

Kidnappers in Clearfield County, Pa. CLEARFIELD Co., Feb. 15. 1851. FaitM OodDON: 1 thought it miirht Iw. Interesting 10 Mt frirw of freedom who -i read your pa iter, to hcnT how bold ijjj. rapper am trt this part of Pciy,isyvsiiia. About llio 90th of' Jan. ther pRHscd by my uvm ictiii tvivirn uirlt l hey slopped aJ got some refreshments, were tired and , swmgry, and in a hurry to get on. It was "''"y IPI'I'od about five miles ... nwtn of this placp, w hero a poor colored man livce. to rest there for the night, not knowing that there were eight kidnappers almost in eight of them, and bad even them . several time, Out they hnd not enough of me unier tort ot J'enns) Ivamans, gnthcred or hired, to warrant an attack on the poor, flee Ing bondmen, who each lind a large mil gel in hla hand, and hnd aome fire-arms along, I i waatold. '.'.'lie kidnapHira stopped with a friend of the aluvea for the night lie thought It no crime to keep them up very lute getting the beda ready, and the breakf...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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