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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 19 July 1878

r' If FRIDAY JULY 10, 1878. HOMEKEWS. Green apples in the market. Another th sal ileal season In progress al Xew Market. Blaekberrlea In abundance. Cberrlea ultmpeariiig. Hon. I. F. Grover arrived by the steamer "Oregou." Oregon vegetables have replaced those from California, so long In the market. It Is thought the fwrvioes of Portland volunteers will not be ivewletl at the front. Eighty-one arre-ts wi far this month. The result of cheap fares and abundant whisky. Rev. W. C. Chattin and family have returned to tills city after two years' residence In San Francisco. Mr. aud Mrs. Duniway returned from a flylup trip to San Pranetteo by the "Great Republic" on Thursday. Two hundred dollars worth of provis ions were shipped from this eity to the Pendleton suHererson Monday morning. A great many families driven from their homes by the Italian panie have ar rived in thlri eity during the past ten days. The hotels of this eity are taxed to tile utmoet to accommodate the numer ous arrivals ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 19 July 1878

...JULY 10, 1S7S. THE Ml SIC OF BIRDS. bv Loxoriuov. Tno thrush that carol at tb dawn of day From toe green steeple of the piny wood; J lie oriole In the elm; tbe noisy jay, J arson i dc like a foreteller at bin food; ' he bluebird balanced on some topmost spray. Flooding with melody the neighborhood; i tr.net and meadow-lark, and all tbe throne 'ui dwell In nests and have the gift o song ..u .! them all! and where Carlf for the rain ii a scant handful, more or less, of wheat, t; re, or barley, or aoma other grain, -nxtrlied up at random 1 Industrious feet, r.irrhine for worm or weevil after rain! or a few eberrlea tlMUWire-aotfrG sweet "a" the songs thecnmtlHW guests ing at their least, HtthwmfSrtable bread. "" 'u ne'er tAlok what wondrous beings theae t Do you ne'er think who made tbem.and who The dialect they apeak, where melody Alone the Inlet iiwlur at tluuuii Whoso household word are songs In many tweeter than Instruments of man e'er caught! bjV hoM habitation in the tree-top ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 25 July 1878

fo ftp ftottesi - 4 JUts. A. J. D CM WAT, Editor aad Proprltlor 3 FFIOE COK.FBOKT& WASBUT8XSTI!EBT TERMS, IN ADVANCE: Q"TMI-. . .00 1 Tiree meiitbt. -100 ADVERTISEMENTS Inrted on ReasoHaMe lerma. HER LOT OR, Whh Hon- She Protected. By Mrs. A. J. DUNI WAY. AUTHOR OP "JCDtTH KBtD, "KS.I.SS DOWK," "AM IE AND HENRY LJSE," "THE XAPPT HOME," "ONE WOMAN18 BFHBKK," "XADSE MORRISON," ETC, ETC, ETC Entered, seconding to Act of Coagre,in the year 1878, by Mm. A. J. Dantway, In the ofltce of the librarian or CongreM at WMtalngloa City. CHAPTER XXV. Often there was Dot one well woman In the neighborhood to wait upon the Sick ones. At all our gatherings, quilt lug bees, log rollings, and the like, the principal, theme of our conversation when tbe men were out of bearing was the family question; ami no wonder, for certainly it was tbe tbeme tbat most vi tally concerned us. We were not a new-fashioned com munity. We had not learned aught concerning tbe numerous latter-day hy pocrisies tbat have...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 25 July 1878

THUItSDAY. JULY 25, 1S7S. OHANOEOP DATE. The New Northwest will hereafter be published on Thursday of each week instead of on Friday, as heretofore. Communications of any length must be In tbe office on Tuesday to secure inser tion in the issue of that week. Adver tisements and speoial notices, unless ex tremely brief, must be in by noon on Wednesday. We hope all those inter ested will bear this in mind, and be on time with all matter intended for a cer tain issue, and thereby eave themselves disappointment, and us the necessity of of making farther explanation. TEE CONVENTION AT ASTOEIA. Announcement was made in these col umns several weeks since of the session of the Oregon State Woman Suffrage Convention at Astoria, which will take place next month. Thi88es9ion,arrauged for at the annual meeting in February, will commence on Tuesday, August Otu, and continue two or more days, as cir- oumstanoes.may determine. It is hoped that tbe friends of suffrage will assist its advocates In m...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 25 July 1878

r .JUL 25, 1S78. HOMEJfBWB. Governor Carry is again prostralwl by illneee. A car-load of boop-poleti came iu on the wet-id train on Motiday. The eommon council bas eontraeied with tbe Bee for the city printing. Frank K Hodgkin lias retlirnetl from tbe seaside much improved in health. The Portland volunteers will prob ably not be required to go to the (root. Rev. J. A. Cruzau and family have goue to noou niver to aneiMI Hie sum aaer vacation. Many building In the citv am mar. lag completion, and tbe ftwiMlullom of aamoer are being laid. Fred. liogart, wbe was so severely In jrea oy railroad accident several nooins ago, la at length oonvaleseent. Mm. Coggan will have the remains of her hwbsod removed to this oily for luiermeui ae soon as It is safe to aoao. Hie Excellency Governor Cliadwlck returned from the scene of Inutilities o Saturday, much worn with exertion no anxiety. - large passenger lists on tbe "Oregon" un "Ureal itefwbllc" again. If oupo Mtton in this eat is not the life ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 25 July 1878

THURSDAY. JPI.Y 35- 1S78' BAIII WOGa. BT CKAM.KS MACKAV. Wbolalcdrordlyw.wk. w IndbU. panted task would shirk, CommlU a folly and crime; A soulless lare- rstf try knave, A cloc upon tlje wheels oC time. With work to do, and store of health , The man' unworthy to be free Who will not elve. Uiat he may live. His dally toll for dally fee. 'o ! Let us work ! We only ask Keward proportioned to oar task; We have no quarrel with the great. No feud with rank, with mill or bank. No envy of a lord's estate. If we can earn fufncleut store To satisfy oar dally need. And can retain, for ace and pain. A fraction, we are rich Indeed. No dread of toll have we or oars; We know oar worth, ami weigh oar lowers. The more we work, the more we win. Success to trade! success to spade! And to the corn tbats coming In! And Joy to him, whate'er his task. Remembering loll is nature's plan. Who, working, thinks, and never sinks Ills Independence as a man. Who only asks for humblest wealth, Enooch for competenc...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 1 August 1878

- - i item tpw. E- ! HtS. 1. J. BC.MWAT, editor and Proprietor A JoaraalfortheF'eopie. Devoteil to the Interests of Humanity. Independent la PoUUea and Religion. Uive to all Live Isoaes, and Thoroughly ) r FICB-OMU FBOKT A THTASHreTX STREET PtadleallnOpfKMlngandExposingtheWroxiKS TERMS, IN ADVANCE : ot tbe Mae. On ynr. tlx Bum tlt -ITS Face Sri! ec h. Free Ptiess, Fbee People. TirM monUii.. .IN Correspondents writing over assumed sign a- mutt make known their samel to tbe , or no attention will be given to their POTi.TL.VlN'I, OREGON, TIIUKSDAY, .VT7GTJST 1, 1878. NTOIBEK 40. ADVEKTISBMSM'rS Inserted oa Reasonable "VII. """uentlon. nrmt HER LOT; OR, Wew Heir She Protected. Br Km. A. J. DPSI WAY. actook or "nmtTH Kan," "rt.m bawd,' "AtB AJTD MZKKT tmt "TUB HArPT WOMAS XPHKXK," "MOK MOUUOV," BTC., KTC-t ETC. Eplt,ccjml)ncto Act of Conterew. In the year IS, bjr Mm. A. J. Daalwar, In the ontee of the Librarian of Congreae at Washington City. CHAPTER XXVI. The next day there wasa sheriff...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 1 August 1878

THURSDAY- -AUGUST 1, 187S. MAZE YOUE CHOICE. "We liave frequently and earnestly urged girls not to be content or to tbiuk themselves qualified to enter upon the great duties of life as women, until they make themselves familiar with some occupation by which tbey may earn an bonest and ample living. This idea never came to us in its full and com plete sense until we found ourself com pelled to face the world as bread-winner for a family, or see the children con signed to the protection of others; and it was an experience that came with a weigui iuai uas caused us to earn estly entreat young women while tbey nave a miners table to sit at and a father's roof to shelter them, to qualify themselves for some business. Co not think that in the event of being pro vided with a sheltered home, the time spent in learning a trade or profession will be lost. Nothing is Io9t that de ' velops the spirit of self-dependence, that completes you as an individual able to make terms with the world, and ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 1 August 1878

KttWiflt next THURSDAY -AUGUST 1, 1878. HOMEjHEWS. The British ship "Dnvenby" takes 28,650 cum of wlmon to Liverpool. The corner-stone of the new cathedral will be laid on Thursday, the 15th of August. "What Came oTIt?' theUook written by the late Mrs. Stltxel, will soon be de livered to subecriberj. Mre. O S. Plielne, one of the most effi cient primary teachers of the cllv, Is fpeurltng her well-earned vacation in Sau Frnucieco. The river lu front of this cltv U four feet lower than at this date lust year, ami elpm leet lower than at the eame ltte in 1875. A larjte brick buildine will shortly be erected on the com rf Oak ami Strom) etreetft. A Krtion of it will Ik occupied by Mr. Bacon an a livery triable. Frofessor J. W. Hill, a graduate of laieauu a teacher of experience, will iiave charge of .the Bishop Scott Grammar School as head master. Substantial improvements are helnp; made on various streets that, uotwitli BtandiiiK the cri' hard times, attest the perma'nent growth of the...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 1 August 1878

to fiercest THURSDAY. AUGUST 1, 1S78. vieaas in simmer. When through woodland dim and lonely Crowning some old mountain's brow, Where the eager light can only Peep through leaves or flowers below; Where the arching: tree above us Shield the fountain's gushing tide. As the arm of those who love u Buoyant heart lrotn sorrow hide; Walking there In silent mil sine, Mem'ry wandered through the years. Pointing nut the path, and ehooilnc Only those that lead to lean; TbouKh (mm out the foliage o'er ns Fell the voice of many a bird. And great nature's gladdalng choru Echoing through the glades we heard; Vet tho branches seemed llVe sorrow Resting shadowy on the bean. When no coolness It may borrow From Joy's stream that Sows apart; And the fountain's gashing laughter Seemed the voice of efeearlnglrtend. Minding ns bow soon hereafter All the shades of grief shall end ; And the bird's clear warbling carol Use a dear darling's cry, Telling us bow brighter all Joys, when sorrow passeth by. Soon...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 8 August 1878

MSS. A. J. BBXIWAT, Kilter and Proprietor A JournalrorthePeopie. UevoteU to the Interns tsof Humanity. independent in Polities and Rellgon. Mlve to all Live Ihms, and Thoroughly Radieai in Opposlugand Exposing the Wron ga of the Masses. 5 FFICK COR. PbOKT fc WABHI)TiTOiSTBKET TBRMg, IN ADVANCBl One 178 Tire moataa.. 1 ADVKBTOKXKNTBIneertedon Reasonable lermc. HER LOT; OB, How She Protected. Br Mas. A. J. DCSTWAY. AUTHOK OF "JCDtTH KKID," "KIXBH DOWD,' "AMIE AND HDltl LB," "THE HAPPT homk," ojr vo VAX's ar-HKjut," "MADQE Jf OKRJS03C," KTC., ltd KTC (EDtered.aceordlnirtq ActofConcreu, In the year IKS, by Mrs. A. J. Danlwmy, in tbe office of the Librarian of OoncreM at Waahlnfton City. CHAPTER XXVII. We made a grave for my baby Clara beside my poor erring bimI unfortunate boy, Gerald, )u Uie deep, lem-covered mrifM of tbe somber wlhiwood, ami I retaroed to my daily tasks again, de voutly thankful that tbe preelous child was dead. Good reader, you niay wonder at this, bat it ie trae, an...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 8 August 1878

THUHSDAYJ .AUGUST 8, 1878. THE WASHINGTON CONSTITUTION. After Veeks of careful consideration, this baa been completed, ready for ac ceptance or rejection by "we, the peo ple," f. e., the men of the Territory. Prom tbe basty perusal which we have been able thus far to give the moment ous document, we Bee much that bears the Impress of careful, painstaking labor, much that follows in the beaten track In which "we, tbe people," as above translated, feel bound to tread, ami much that argues a trembling deference to public prejudices. In the "declaration of rights" we find the Just enunciation that "all power is inherent in the people and all free governments founded upon their authority." Thai "all persons are by nature free and equally entitled to certain natural rights," among which Is specified that of "acquiring, possessing, and protect lBg property." Section elxtb spec ifies that "no person on account of sex shall be disqualified to enter upon or pursue any of the lawful business a...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 8 August 1878

-AUGUST 8, 1878. HOMEHEWS. Sweet potatoes bave been In the mar ket for some days. Studies will b resumed in St. Helen's Hall on the 8d of September. Among the 238 inmates of the insane asylum, 77 are women awl girls. The salmon veason Is virtually over. The catch is estimate at 830,000 caes. The "Great Republic" will rail hence for Sau Francisco to-morrow (Friday.) Senator Mitchell has arrived In San Francisco, and will soon reach this city. The work of excavating for the Park street school building is rapidly pro gressing. A grand railroad excursion will take plac-e fnm this city to Albany ou Suu day, the Hill HisU Ttie treasure shipment ami cargo per "(jwirRe W Elder" last Saturday ag greKated $250,000 in value. Hinee the 9th of January, 103 mar riage licenses have been Issued by the clerk of Multnomah county. Excavation fur tlte foundation of a new tirirk building in the burnt district or ast I'ortlaiKlcommeocetlon aiouuay morning. Mrs. Dr. Burr has removed ber office to the room...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 8 August 1878

THUBSDAY. AUGUST 8, 1S7S. HABIT. Habit at first ii but a silken thread. Fine a tbe light-winged gossamers tht away In the warm sunbeams of a rammer's day; A abattoir streamlet, rippllBg o'er It bed; A tiny sapling, ere its roots are spread; A yet unbardened thorn upon tbe spray; A lion's whelp that hath not i-oenled prey; A little smiling child rtbedlent led. Beware! that thread may bind thee asachaln; That streamlet leather to a fatal sea; That sapling spread into a snarled tree; Tliut thoru, crown hard, may wound and five thee pain; That playful whelp his murderous fan ?s reveal -That child, a giant, crush ttaee'neath his heel TUE TIME TO DIE. I would not die at noon; the din of men, 1 he sounds of sordid strife tor earthly rain Would rate too harshly on ray srilrit when I strove to Ox It In a heavenly strain. I would not die at eve- fh uhiu ..... ,'" ;wt tbw-wno pine for earthly sleep; But I would watch to see a rislnc one. And hoj full soon to wake no more to weep. A'-.d yet aga...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 15 August 1878

I. A IV k. J. lUMWlT, Utter aBd PreerMer A JetuaalforthePeepie. lrotedtoihe Inlersrtsof HumanUy. Independent In Polities and Religion. Uln to all Live Isaeff, and Thoroughly ) rVIl'B V.roiTA V"am'1miu Street Radical InOpposingand Ex posingtbc Wrongs IS ADVANCE: ot the Masses. J ne veat, ..3 OS .. I 7S U X IIIKI T'iree ro Fans Speech, Free mass, Pure People. Correspondents writing over assumed slsna tnras mnt make known their names to tbe Kdltor, or.no attention will be Riven to their communication. . 1 POKTLANB, OREGON) TIITJRSDA.Y, -.VTJOTJST AnVERTIBEMEXTSInertedon Reasonable voxcrME vn. HER LOT OB, Wax Protected. Br Mm. A. J. Dl XIWAY. Atrriin r JOti mod," "ellici Down " AM URIt IK," "TBI HAPPY HOHE," "I WOMAN'S SPHKRF.," F.ntemd,aeeaftftatt Actor Congrmui, in he vcr I fit, by Mrs. A. J. Duiwoy, Intbeoflteeor tbe I.itnariaaorOaaieaatWiubinEtonClty. CHAPTER XXVIII. It mast have been three o'clock in tbe morning when Gerald, led by two ten Bi sters, came staggering into camp. I wil...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 15 August 1878

Hen? &fitae5i THURSDAY AUGUST 16, 1878. P0LITI0ALSEErD0M. The women of Washington Territory, In oommon with those of most other parts of this boasted land of the free, may well read with humiliation and in dignation the estimate placed upon them by those who usurp political au thority over them. Their political status as established by men Is promulgated In article four of the constitution recently framed, and is, with the others, being very generally published in the various newspapers of the Territory. We find It hard to believe that there is one woman so lacking In independent self hood, so void of self-respect, so utterly and hopelessly lost to all seuse of dig nity and Justice as to be satisfied with the classification in which she finds herself in the article referred to. Sec tion one specifies that every male per son over theage of twenty-one years, in cluding those born In the United States, those of foreign birth and naturalized, and those of mixed Indian blood, shall u...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 15 August 1878

THUHSDAY AUG TOT 16, 1878. H0MEHEW8. An insane woman died lu the asylum on Friday. Tbs? Indian war is thought to be vir tually over. Th upper story of the East Portland public school building Is being fluiabed. General Howard fa expected to return to headquarters at Vancouver on Satur day. The booths on Hie fair pmrnnlg nil! he rented ut auction to the highest hid- ci u xuuisuay, August 3H11. Hon. J. H. Mitchell, Oregon's most indefaiinaiile worker In Congress, evcufu mis cny oy tile ".EilGer. Moll: the bijc steamships, "Oregon" and "Ureal ltepuulic," Htramle- ou r?wan lsianu oar ou the way down. The corner-stone of the new cathedral will be laid to-day (TrmrMiay.) Cere- iKiuit-s win oeftin at lour o'clock r. M. A large number of our citizens are BumtnerioK at Ilwaco with their fami lies. The retreat Is said to bedelightful. Mrs. Tanner, a lady of this city, died very suddenly at the seaside on the 7th. Her body was returned here for in terment. Rev. J. A. (ruxati will return from l...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 15 August 1878

THTK3DAY AUGUST 15, 1878. THE HOVEL CHI K( H. Well, wile. I've found the model rhun-li! I worshiped there to-d:iv. It made me think ot good old times, belore my hair were gray. The meeilir-houe was finer built than they wen veaff ago; Itut then I found, when I went in, it want built lor Know. The w-Ttnn didn't seat me 'way beck by the door: He fciiew thai I was old and deaf, aa well avoid and poor. He must have been a Christian; for be led me holdly through The lone aisleot that pleasant church to And a pleaMint pew. 1 wish you'd heard the xingin' It had the old time ring The preacher said, aril trumpet voice, "Let all the neonle sine the people The tune w "Coronation,' and the ronsie up- wuu ronea 1 ill I thought I heard the angels striking all meir oar-pa Oi goto. My deafness seemed to melt away, my spirit caught the lire; I joined my feeble, trembling voice with that melodious choir. And sang, a In my youthful day, "Let angels prostrate rail ; Bring forth the royal diadem aad cro...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 22 August 1878

WJ- 1 1:-. I ..... r A JoarnairorthePeopie. Unvoted to the Inlereetsof Humanity. Independent Id Politics and Religion. Ulve to all lave Isiaes, and Thoroughly US. A. J. BE.MWAT. WHer and Prsarltfar FFICE-COB. FSOBT A W tU i notok Stkxet TKRMB, IK ADVANCE: Radical In Opnoalngand Kxposlng tbe Vr'ron gs ol tbe Masses. Ooeyr- 2tx Mnthi. T"ire smooths.. PkBC 8MXCH. FBB PBBSS. FBEE 1'BOPI.E. CormpoDdaats writing over assumed sign a tan mast make known ibelr names to tbe KdMor, or no attention will be given to their communication!. ,visrx, okkgok, TirtfrcsrA.Y, august -, lgys. TOTERCT8EXBNT8 Inserted oo "VOLUME VII. POllTL - - 1 HER. LOT; OB, irw .She l'roiccleil. Bt Mk A. J. DUXIWAY. AUTHOR or "JITDITH KKU," BU.KC DOWb "ami ud Hmnr lbb- "tkb HAPrr Horns," "oxk vnuun innu," "MADOK KOBBnOB," KTC., ETC BTC (Knternd.ardlnr to Art orConrrem. In the year 1 878. by Mm. A. J. Dun I way. In tbe office of M.e Librarian of Concrea at Waablncton City. J CHAPTEK XXIX, Looking Iwk t this time through t...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 22 August 1878

.AUGUST 22, IS78. AMD AGAIN, HEE SPHEBE." We publish in another column a crit Mem by a Salem lady upon a short ed itorial which appeared two weeks since in this Journal. Consulting the paper sod artlole specified, we And the latter onnaluded In these words, which, it seeras to us, admit ot no misunder standing : "A woman's sphere Is what site can best accomplish. Of this she is herself the best, if not the sole judge. and arbitrary opinion enforced without judgment oan only lead to unsatis factory results, involving in discomfort not only herself, but all Immediately concerned." Not the slightest reference Is made to marriage; certainly not the slightest inference can legitimately be drawn that we in any manner raise the question that God did not "provide for the institution or families"' by this means. However, as to the assertion that he, by bis revealed will, assigned to woman the plaee of house-keeper, we must demur, and respectfully ask to be referred to the chapter ami verse w...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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