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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 April 1859

Krt*tir*K( fS - -4 4" « w '-'Ci .i ft,.. ;~3i-S!~T • CHARLES teSKORSE, LONG bhat.t, PUB BAmiER BRAYS THE BBBBZB—THE STAHDABD OP TOT FRBB! EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. VOL 16, CLARK SVILLE, RED RIVER COUNTY, TEXAS, S A T U R D A Yr A PR IL 16, 1859. NO. 13. be not so, how should I account to the people of my State for the refusal of Congress to pro vide fyr the defence of our frontier, whon mur- der and pillage by hostile savages are spreading terror and dismay all along the line of our fron- tier,for six or eight hundred miles in extent? - How shall I account to thorn for the fact that, with a Gulf coast of eight hundred miles or more, we have not a single fort to protect our towns and commerce and shipping? How shall I aci onnt for the fact that, in all this long line of oo^at, we have' io custom-houses, such as are built in other States similarly situated? Low shall I account for the fact that, we have not IN TROUBLES IN TEXAS—SPEECH OF j that there hate been stolen and driven off from ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 April 1859

vfT: i. ■ f R r, I M WASHINGTON March 81.--In Nicaragua, ilkis of the that the wg*4ku* on not of thej British Government, latter wJU < all Ousley to ac- )ji fii titjrin his jiBStnitations. BOMmral of.the British na- the Aral uilMi count if val ItilPE'', iBWHiyoB botarft !Lord Lyons the new British minster to this country, excites greet few for her safety, i • The WWliwunftnr of thej Umted States frigate JamMtoWB, corroborates |he recenf,! statements •bonk Nicaragua affairs. j The Nicaragna Transit} treaty has been rat- ified an additional article, to the effect thatNicaragua has surrendered none of her light! orer the Mosquitp coast. The .Mosqui- to treati| tfere still pending. j The CaaB-Yrissari treaty >as not yet been acted fflfrf If it appears that! Minister Ousel* has tnqseended or violated his instructions, England will be formally requested to disavow his aetfcj It is also probable) that if Nicaragua ratifies the British treaties and rejects ours, T.««n«r wil] withdraw ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 April 1859

MWAHDWBLI. of the late flnft ofWeilsoti, WatdweU A Co having connected Mmwlfwttli th* well known' Hardwire Rota > ^ iMBto'^se Ta-Awca^r i Chamber* 8t DR. J. B 8TITUTE, ©If; Stacks the above Institute OSXY GEOVJfe. atHoney G*o THE first //JaYIT COWTT. TmM X N O- i QREENVIL Clark*, ifl&ifieb. Ii6il859. will commence the Ifiwt Monday In March COME JLS ^M^L^fS.stid ten, and loojt at our Stock new and beautifti SPRING GOODS. t, to <Miitifcue tjBn raoBtha, (40 weeks*) No. 13 yea* Iblog tliVided Into two equal yEFFERSOX, TEXAS. STILL KEEP <TP tfcdr [*sr«* Stock of Otopla Goods, • and invite the attention of their i friends and the Public generally, lion of their .Stock. I : and old "customers, throughout bounties of Texas, Who may have to visit Jefferson, will dojwell to give (call. They will find at their establishment, iroceries—Provisions, Plantation Goods, Wines and Liquora, Bagging. Hope, Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Clothing, Iron. Steel, Nai!t - Hardware. Castings, Q...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 16 April 1859

i : I I <{ |[ t i k',;; rife abrief iWL '0&m. day, the ifiho lire* between Houae ; ©f^Coi came ap with the Indian*, and front their ing on hate andisoafa or rfurt> rode very .Dpar one of tn^ tU^ seeing him dravjr his bow, he saw his danger jand retreated. They ran Him into a bog, when he left his horse and entered a thicket. The Indians took hid horao, a stal- lion, and soon left. He recogniijed the anitntl upou which th^ loremost Indian rode, as a fine mare, stolen from him last fall; Irom that time till Tuesday night, we have; no account of the IndiaiiBj but during the latter night, they etule eeten and killed three horses ana males, and killed a cow on Owl creek, in Trimier's settlement1. They were doubtlesfc concealed in the mountains of Cow House during Tuesday - Early Wednesday morning, the 16th, between ^iorth Noland aud Cow House creekathey met and kilted'Mr. Pierce on his Wayi for a load of rails. Near by they caught the boy Thomas Kims, and offered him soino indi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 23 April 1859

VOL 16, CLARK'STILL E,R El) RIVER COUNTY, T E XAS, SAT OR DA Y, A P RIL 23,1859. front tb« )AY OF ABOU' ENGL | of the TTMklngton T*nl *. riONESM IN HEW N D. Boston, March 16,1850. ir Drothf.r: I have read your fpeech 21st ultimo, delivered in the Hi use of Bntativcs. It has points of consK erable less, and will he praised by your partisans ery clever effort: hut I see no other effect peiiil Shefteriptural precedent and example . i i . . • O. - «L 4U. cl««>A «r Vaii r\ flVO 114 Villi till 1 Ilk_ fchft i You seem to Jay much stress upon the (act that the Canaanites were not black. How do you know. Dr. Thompson, who has- written, perhaps, the most thorough work on Syria add Palestine that! has ever been published, says the ancient inhabitants of that country caiie from Africa. jThc gteat painting of Sampson grinding in th e mill shows his Philistine drrV- crs very dark, I f not blsck. But you miss the ht can produce but to irritate the South lienate one section of the Union still mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 23 April 1859

07 MIR AMOK HTIOX.^H The IT. 8. mail steamship whieh armed on her theH an V thelstinst., port the h we are ra- the eourte- cult., Gen. Mirainon appeared with an advance guard of the parppaeof reooo- jthie~ defenses of the city—the main < of thei arm j being encamped near Mede- ahoot nine1 miles distant.: Considerable alarm was felt in the city, among the. citizens, and women and children were ai once trans- ferred to the Shipping and the foreign consnl- the Amen&an Consul giving proteqtion to ISO penonfk-^President Juarez and his offi- cers, however, awaited eoming evehts with calm- ness and confidence. | ft Immediately became evident to the "little general," that Vera Cms was in a mnch better condition for defense than he for an attack, his army having been very much weakened by de- Ktbon and demoralised by the want of .pay and provisions; while, on thfi other hand, the Liberal forces were giving daily evidences of devotion to the cause, and of thleir intention to defend the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 23 April 1859

r'iift-jrv ->*"-• - ■ HAEDWABE, BR J. B WA1TLAND RHI;NE ft BROS. JEFFERSON, TEXAS STILL KEEP UP their | Large Stock of Staple Good*, I and invite the attention of their ' friends and the Public generally, > an examination of their .Stock. Their friends, and old customer*, throughout ie Northern Counties of Texas, who may have foccasion to vmit Jefferson, will do well to give them a call. They will find at their establishment, Groceries—Provisions, Plantation Goods, Wines apd Liquors, Bagging, Rope, Foreign and DomesticDry Goods, Clothing; Iron, Steel, Naila, Hardware. Castings, Queensware. 1 neir supply of Groceries especially, is alwavs kept up to the fullest extent consistent with the lemantltt of the market; and is offerred at such rices, that no purchaser of moderate quantities raid go, or send to New Orleans and get them for, nd pay the expenses to this place. Purchasing i large quantities, of course gives us advantages, rhvh we are disposed to let our customers have ae b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 23 April 1859

Mlm It 1 I III: i Mw&t sdjoarBMBt,hjh. Hofcr, Meat, Bar. A. Brown, was ^gtkd to the chair, and Hon. Gideon Smith, appointed Secretary. The Meeting; being oall- ed to order, B. F. Christian, Kaq., flh«bnian of Committee appointed at last p*tu to l*ra' Resolutions for the action of the jmaeut, stated that said committee had discharged the dotiet asngned it ;• . . i report OF CO*«TTB*. I • committee, appointed, to drjrfk and re- iM t Kleoliitionsi desiizoed to-snppte^s iocendia* is no light task to give shape and action, to au intelligent community like this; and that too, on so vital a subject. I. . r Sir, although the subject of the abolition oi Slavery as it e? ista in (his country is not new, but has been counseled by our people, in both a civil! and political sense, with a sectional view and generally.at a distance, or as y<fct in the fu- ture, we are brought now, not oaly to coun- sel, but to deal with the subject in a new form. While we have felt ourselves secure in the e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 30 April 1859

.8)gM i c« > Pr:n«| j.'iMUJe:" A>T~ >ti: ;i«l clwif tat, • A C i; lie* ug pttrrif" |eo®l ta« al>Uc, ■' ba ' foc& U*V fend** Jfef 'C -A. M s£ A' j.r ■, rss >-t li^l 5ftj r ['% ' '",W1 Ujt in " :<r,-';l ' • lissH-v? i-lef' 'ij| CHARLI8 De MORSE, wm , . t..V VOL 16, T^TfT 'I j w \ • <& ft5 <r «* {jrf'i m •iuvi -vit !!i W , ■tSiU <?■: %)¥'yr.—■ BRiVI x«B a itii sr ba L j. • ■ " | | au.lt ..ii —t—i-iLJ '. 1 •• rOUNO MAN WITH THREE WlV ATTEMPT TO MARRY ANOTHER; Fames R Moulton, who was bfcoaght to this yesterday from little Falls on a reqtiisi- «f the Governor of Maalitietiiisfettjs, is a fig traveling boot and shoe maker, about ity-three years of age, afpripoeseeaing ap- weering a black moustache and whis- b, and genteelly dressed. He is a down eas- emigrating from Maine, where hf} left his 1 wife and two children at a phffift called iel. His next stopping place hatfwee^i trac- Worecster, Massachusetts, Where he won (flections of a handsome young lady, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 30 April 1859

18. Tie! steamship at this port this morning. on Saturday, tfcei 2d inst., eea from London and! Liverpool1 than were reoehrod by tljfc City 1,1 ({;[; ii I it jjff ' Hat rre cotton mar- sad prices have; advanced 1 to the week. continent, is rather "an amicable « IT A N UA Rl — ; v ' , \ M ■ ; * \ A DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN JOURNAL. ^ litical IJBERTT. AVD liberty OF OOX .brtunt, auk own Airs ikseparable : great powers, to assemi of adji between France ji Nothing deciaivebas Ifceihne and pbtce of holdu gtees, wideh w atil Ci #4!Qigres^ai I the jjujtfr Attetiw.,, in regard to Hie peace con- still spokeD of m certain to he eonVoked- In the British parfiament the min- nterial reform bill had been pressed ,te a rote •ad the ministry were defeated by 39 majority, " had not yet resigned, but it was they would do so has consented to leave the choice of the locality of the peace congress to Austria. Piedmont is to be admitted i*> the congress OB the same footing with that of the other Ital- is...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 30 April 1859

toH. ru-r. ssolviil 1 to I 01"*® kb(ks #*«! rt*'' i"' •'• N' H. RHINE & BROS. | JEFFERSON, TEXAS. STILL KEEP UP their 1 Large Stock of Staple Qoods, ; and invite the attention of their friends and the Public generally, > an examination of their Stock. • Their friends, and old customers, throughout be Northern Counties of Texas, who may have cation to visit Jefferson, will do well to give lem a call. They will find at their establishment, Groceries—Provisions,- Plantation Goods, Wines and Liquors, Bugging, Rope, Foreign and DomesticDry Goods, Clothing, Iron, Steel, Nails ' Hardware. Castings, Queensware. i 1 heir supply of Groceries especially, is always (pt up to the fullest extent consistent with the jininnd* ot the market; and is ofierred at such hces, that no purchaser of moderate quantities buhl go, or send to New Orleans and get them for, pd j ay the expenses to this place. Purchasing i large quantities, of course gives us advantages, bis we are disposed to let our custo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 30 April 1859

(%f 'fail the state of Vibowia Virginia or aw ***** aut w r tsd pron |* cUimS entruiited to neale reside u> of Virgiriiiuand - i * -- ijs l-u^afart tttataaid dene#k/ou RuthefillBBW y «aMBJW , made, uwsuM ess£Jz2& aintiff alleges served with er. He was haraoter, an eateeui oft r*n last two yews Udmaa <ff fine- onials I Op-venter oofririranity in whicp ments in writing are on , ihM of said Petition, marked extiuw m made a suo- *ithMr Bannirter, after defending _ whicn he vm seated, .awj xemnrked ft Alt H waaW wofcewne down again, waa jitemd* d^oyer^haj^ SKJBte-lpj'k e balloon was discovered lB ,__the balloon Mr.of9l.01nr m«r,bn|, Mntmi made for many I' 5i !■ ■ill ? I' 5 : 1 §ni; *Kt tone lost Miner, at ednld-not be found. j- e^dth ^instant, ^a^on of Mr, iff in a piece ofj wooda&r ing in a on the farm of Mr, Salmon te Indiana road, about six miles from Toledo. In bis search he peaetep-^ ted a thicket of brushwood on a knoll surroun- ded by wetland, aud there,*^at the foot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 7 May 1859

wfc4 ! ' «<1 iN' JUS! . Instli A Itfl- KOM.1 I at- ( aent^l JM iOtt 'A K ■ h a«% ® m* '•<-.•* sw ji'-jjiw rt) r V7~r y.- n t* if.v v( vr- "" ^' it t jrn LONG SHALL OUR BANKER BRATB THB BRBBIB—THB PROPRIETOR OF THB CHARLES D« MOR8B, VOL 16, 0LAJIK S VILLE, MD RIIVER C 0 0 N T Y,: T E X A S, SATO R D ^ Y, M A Y 7 «, a the iWferthepM^etnj U [^'" ""tuuv.auoo.s, To the Democratic mrty, fer • Jipt txn.kgHbtm toll* or ... 1 *!._ ..a-.' t.... OUf courts ol lUttice—a duidorulilu fact to ad- [/Wm the Itounton Telegraph. FRANCIS M. WHITE—COMMISSIONER, i —IH)ES THE GENERAL LAND OFFICE Of JXA8 HELONO TO THE PEOPLE, OR TO THE 'ECULATOHS? Lniong the mar.y important things the Dem- Hic State Convention to assemble at IIous- on the 2nd day of May next, will have to the nomination of a Commissioner of the ■;;1 Land Office. one unacquainted with that class afper- |wl o frequent the Land Office most, with designs and the applianecs brought to beajr, those whom they seek to use, and the which may ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 7 May 1859

| Si It: s .11 1 v iili «d og« o e. de> Itii®fcn. latest n Mature, voters 5oH«F° r «*%.' .S.ooo this city Country Major hile jpcftk mention tl thflfeh « khedfr** 1 ranspired The thin morning Johns, N. F., April Circassian passed cape on bet way to New York, ftwm ; Liverpool to Moods: which are fire days later thjftiCtarof W ten day ^fcH«e irjrin >g3w recent Henderson, May 3d, 1859 ic.wi to speculators toring the spne pe- 300ft Mies, and the sales to expor- n^poipOO bales, fiddling and low- of |OQ*torthaYe__ )0 bales. All advanced du- illinn in thp ae on middling tfce "grades have 1. Fair qualities qf cotton: ire gen- ally unchanged. The ntafettf' MWeiflly closed Se broker's circular: Middling Orieans, 7 8- 16.! The stock of cotton at tivtirpdol is 497, t 000 hake of which 841,000 bales are off Araer- iean production The advices from Blanches- tor«nd, other manufacturing districts are more favoeahlethan those brought by the city of Wash- ington. * The demand for go<xls and y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 7 May 1859

... p'" 1 H. RHINE 4k BROS JEFFERSON, TBJTAS, ' ' jj STI LL KEEP tJ? their ^ I Large Stock of Staple ®w d% L1VJI and invite the Attention of their ' friends and the Public generally, 'examination of theirStOck/ t : fir friends, and uld custoniem, throughout forthern Counties ol Texas; who may1 have lion to visit Jeftereon, will do well to give, a call. They will find at theireelablwhment, ti roceries—Provisions, Plantation Goods, Wines and Liquors, Bagging, Rope, .Foreign and Domestic l>ry Goods, Clothing, Iron, Steel, NaPa. Hardware. Castings, Queens ware, tir supply of Groceries especially, is always tp to the fullest extent consistent with the ads nt the market ; and is otJerred at such that no purchaser of moderate quantities u'o, or soinl to New Orleans and get them for, iy the expenses to this place. Purchasing ^e n-iautities, of course gives us advantages, i we are disposed to let our customers have nefit lou s, and learn the prices, and satisfy your- on, Ttx. Feb. 1 bth, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 7 May 1859

m \ y* rt r-ik 3 m BBS it*- I: kl\l # ,v-; Sound Sentiment! aplf oonseqaeooes af fte1 first step in ihehfMd petii oforhaa, m painfully il- ra die cue jpjf George F| Pet«na*n, nrPfcitafeljiijia, theebe^e «i obtaining money means 0 fbarged cheeks. The nal,of that city, baa the <*«& *in nnmmmon ox ampie;Jpwkw^< _ attention to hi® da% aVOcatioa and in the respectable circles in which he mov ed, was looked upon asa gei^tlemap ©Espotless integrity, whose word was his bond, and whose ■ocean was chronicled by his friends and neigh- bors as an evidence of his fair and honest deal- ings* As the proprietor of an extensive chair manufactory in Second street, betyw Coaiea, he was known to bo realising a handsome income, as his account in the Kensington Bank was among the heaviest in that institution. Whilst in the midst of all this prosperity, Mr. Peter man was induced to visit, in company with a friend, one of those gambling hells in the cen- tre of the city, where many a man before, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 14 May 1859

V ' S 4? rift- ^4Tiw IfNDfflOHMffO* vawfi tMyy'.i ^nV'/rrr* rr >*f LORO SHAfib bVR BiKHBR BRAVB THE CHARLES Be MORSE, tuj J#/? VOL 16, CLARKS VILLE, REI) RIVER COUNTY, TEX A S, S A T 0. jiYv M A Y14, ft ft closing debate on the postal appropriation bill. [The following report was received from the jmittee of conference: *>Tbe committee of conference on the disa- enient between the two Houses,on the reso jtion ade>pted by them, respectively, in reb- to the action ot the House on the Senate's eodnients to the bill (H. R. No. 872)Mmak- appropriafci->ns tor defraying the expenses the Poet Office Department for the year end- the 30th of June, 1860," having met, af- full anil tree conference have agreed, as tol- That while neither House is understood ■waive any constitutional right which they |y respectively consider to belong to them, it recommended to the House to pass the ac- jipanyinjj- bill, and that the Senate concur the same vbeu it shall be sent to them." Mr Stuart We ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 14 May 1859

i % I :vr n was toted down. , . After the platforms were read, Mr. Jennings introduced the following and ^oved itsidop- jtion—pa frn amendment totfc* . j Boohed* Tkn* tfcf tod States, are tha owraao® ^ Coneress ia bound, under the Cotfatttnfaon, to protlet the slave owner in any of the territories, in the full use and enjoyment of his negroes as property, ss long as said territories shall re- main unorganised into States. | Which Resolution was laidujpon the table. The motion being put upon: the Resolution of Mr. Wright, the platform was adopted The following was offered by Mr. Ltoughery: Resolved—-That, although, jwe do not an- nounce ourselves, as a Convention, in hw of " Filibustering and the reopening of the Af- rican Slave Trade" yet, we afe unwilling and refuse to ostracise, or in any manner to ques- tion the loyalty to the party, of any democrat who does choose so to announce himself. And, Resolved Further—That we disapprove in toto of the application of the terms of Rob- ber...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 14 May 1859

8 ■-JWtiftxeat&f S£ • i'ti ••■))••.'*' HMM •J fe;'|: *M|i! K i ■ ?&£jU: a me kmwjsw;; H0i tii- jpHp^fr #j• 1xht'j 'tiff.' m m NTS KOTTW ITZ'S S PHI 3ST O- SfOOK. u'i i-l well knot t ottW-'bt • A .Vt to EllD-a^ % i/Couafie ,in fe* twelve stop i*4p .iMvMI t* t han *s« tuny h side public vz ? : cmtao. tm**h s*;4i r. Arisfl- -J.' .-■A-tiK H. RHINE i BROS. JEFFERSON, TEXAS, j j STILTi KEEP ITP their | X*nrge Stock of and invite die attention of their HjW friends and the Public generally, /at| examination of their Stock. [Their fsrietnfe, and oSH customers, throughout Northern Counties of Texan, who may have gion to visit .Jejlcmon, will do well to give fin a call. They will find at their establishment, (.i roceries—Provisions, Plantation Gootla, Wines and Liquors, j Bagging, Hope, Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, >. Clothing, Iron. Steel. Nai'p. Hardware. Castings, Queensware. :.eir supply of Groceries especially, is always j l .ipto the tidiest extent consistent with the Inaml...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 14 May 1859

> i Tke Baud st Paris, dent, n newspapc. the Massenf^-Oublislwdai Mi and Ad-raj^e Of§rfr|>^l^ejl ^t Texas. TSbe Meetin* was nelit in • ITonnr', fn tliy TWii iff F*"f) f**^ _ sembled, jpim found that a large nnmber the Stockholders were present, in their own proper persons, and quite a number to be rep- resented bar proxy^ , i . . On motion of Anthony MoCaistioo, Hpa. John H. Crook, was called U> t$e Chair, to pro- side over the Meeting; N. W. as Secretary. At therequegt qf the Mor- gan was caHed on to explain the object of the Meeting. After whion, on motion iTB, h. Epperson, a Committee was api amine and Report upon the Validity Proxies. Whereupon, the Chair appointed Hugh F. Young, H. L. Williams and Kiel Peters, as said Committee, who retired for the purpose o* makingsaid examination. Dnringthe absence ot said Cdmmittee on Proxies, Benja- min II. Epperson, Esq., addressed die Meet- ing. The Commitl^e on Proxies, then presen- ted the following Report: To the Hon. John H. ...

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