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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 8 February 1851

t ) r miin nnr rwLioi a v a wmn A V FTCRRtTARY 8; I85l. . 1 lli i vi i ii Ail ; oa. m - till. 1 153 SIjc Dlto. - HOME, SWEET HOME. Not far from the old city of Winchester, England, is a circular hill, crowned by a erove of trees. A correspondent of the New York Etening Post says, that on that hill, inany long years since, an honest church student from the college composed the cele htAil "Dulee Domum." and returned to the colleee and died. The familiar song of Home,' Sweet Home, is founded on the Dulce Domum. We subjoin a few verses, and the translation: . Coocinatnns, O sodales ! , " EJ I quid iilemoi f Noblle cantlcum! , Dulce tnetos, domau! Slice domorfl, reaoaennia. as libroi mlVte; letM,. " Hill pent dorm, Milte nef ottum Jam datur ottom, Me mea aittiito cure. Cyprus Doibbcb, domum, dulce domain, c, Binj tweet melad'oM meaiar . Waft eoiDantlng lays around : Hoine! a Uems replete wits pleasure! Home! a grateful tbeme resound! Home, aweet home, Ac. Now the swallow m ek her d welli...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 February 1851

4 r.r"L:r .won. s r-vreucr, inariea Cokk 1 general aarortinent Jr i P CX! :presiv aele r' I OttODS. DS- WM lena hich will be oflSr fcbv EY.JAN10N&C0. .exTagus from Liv., wile on very favorabll , Madras hdkfs. as't of dried Fish jLondon Porter. k, old highland wbiafce I mrine. claret in ' s, mustard, pickles. 5 for fencing, tin pltet hains, stoved and t-vi f , Civil Engineers, per. n engineer departm-M d one which shall , be l hey of a public I character, such as rotd lie conduction of waters loses or the irrigation or t w harves, piers, jetties, he erection of mills, g sugar mills, the maun, ilphhe of Lime, Xic.tLt topographical charts. (eel and Fort street. , Ship Chandlers aa , beg leave to inform, that the j have remored hown as the U 8. imi Messis. Makee, Aotho to keep constantly oo hent of provisions, skin roceries, adapted to the 11 sell at the lowest mar. loved credit. Goat skint haage for merchandise, is promptly attended to ad respectfully solicited nsignments ot merest...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 February 1851

) i58 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1851. f'3 1 f (I: t- r r r Er. 5f r t THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, FEBKUART 15, 1351. HasoLCf-C Athxnxcm. In a community like this, where the bustle, I''. ""'I engrossing care of Active Ufa occupy so much of the attention of all classes, with bub? to interfere with the ab sorbing routine of every day drudgery, the es tablishment of the Reading Koom by the recent ly organized association under this name, must be regarded a an oasis in the midst of Mn almost boundless mental desert. It is a bright spot in the working-man' horizon, which"we hope will expand anil illumine the whole hemisphere to the zenith. A well-kept and well-furnished room, at all tune accessible to the members, where eriodi cal from various pnrts of the world can be found, is now open; and where, after the labor of the day are over, the working-man, the mechanic, in short all who are thin disposed, can resort, and spend an hour or two in gaining informa tion, and in cultivat...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 February 1851

? 3nt!)or!n7l yen n ending Me.1 that for tU , J Innlcr existin, .n irsiot bur- fc vhat nation thej present along wi,h ) tbey applj io 'iler tbe band fcl" malic Ag,or inrerior . jty reqmred l,y atr J have brought nJ Fea 0 nationality, J Bi nt-iatioiis, Such Pa.H,rt4 U Itt othre?. KKOM ANA Minister nf ih I.... . I uie.rv jULAR. nit and Consuls 0 J jig- on lK siateattaa if n 10th Felxiarr, 1351 having recently 1 at foreigners coini... jurisdiction, and i tjJ tot only with one anntj ul.ject, which iraiwJ wider range since itf in;' honor, nf the prii to acquire land in fJ lly taki out their ed ifquireil Iy Section VI 1 lapter V, part I, ofJf (letrsH III.; by whirft J ic, in Hawaiian Court act fights, before tnoJ r tich f'rcipiH'rs,a),J uld be consider-! a w tnse of Section X,(,, J V II of the Cant Act; 1 n than to Hia Majetjtf f the Minister of the J ht attention to thi b foreigners have com till facilitate tbeir iu of nationality for tbe same, proof of that 1 ami seal of tbeir rel id va...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 February 1851

r : ) r' - r- i X 4 t rr s , ACCOUNT OF PITCAlRN'S ISLAND. Concluded. The discmesy of I lie Pitcairn communily by Mayhew Folger, Master of the American hii Topaz, the subsequent occurrences, and the interest which has been ever since mani fested by the British government toward this Monaco of colonics, are generally known. It suffices to say that their remainder history is a blank the surest proof of the time hav ing been happily and virtuously passed un iuremipted by any mischance, save only in the intrusion of a certain Joshua Hill,-calling himself Lord Hill, who pretended to have been appointed Governor by the Queen. This man was able to beguile the islanders, partially influenced by fear of riskitv; offence to the British government, into acknowledg ment of his authority, and sowed dissc ntions ; among them which were only put an end to by his removal in a man of war. I hey would I not at the present day be found so iacile of credence. What their future history shall be, is hard...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 February 1851

ex Taw from" I Ming of the folio: ': Isale on rtry f,TOrig Madras hiih ls't of dried Fish. onoon sorter. , old highland kine, claret in J- for fencing, ti piate -17. cu and t.kv EF. JANIONAcSf1 It EnGINEEKIXC Civil Engineers, ! one which shall em be they of a ouhi;- haracter, such a, roidl p conduction of ... Us or the irrigation f -, P'ers.jeuic e erection of mill, v' u3ar tniUs, the mano. fphite of Lime, &c,tfca opojrrapliical ch&rt. et and Fort street. Ship Chandlers anj beg leave to inform that tliev hair rpmn.. x n as the U S. n.-.i hfessts. Makce, Anthon o Keep constantly on it of provisions Mi ocenes, adapted to tfa sell at the lowest mar ed credit. Goat skim ange for merchandise, promptly attended to. 1 respectfully solicited, ignments of merchant iness entrusted to their nare ot public patron- Dec. 14, IS50.U-31 L'BSCBIBERS ON THt for cash or innrrnj r f- -u Irk Philomela from the U ind 2 inch clear P-n. 00 ft 2 and 2 1-2 in. Ac S, 36 M shingles, inch boards. .00 2 ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 February 1851

r 162 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1851. at his very entrance upon his career. I ehould rather imprsss it on his mind, that the seed of genius, t own in the field of indus try produces immortal fruit, and that he who knows how to live, lives long in a short tirrfe. How lon2 did not Raphael live in 37 years, Potter in 29, Vandy ke in 40 ? How long will these masters continue to live in their works? What patterns of science did they become by their industry ? What demigods of art by their genius? On this beautiful group of islands there are subjects for a thousand pictures. Turn your attention to them young gentlemen. Merchants encourage them, and secure a k An &t vaiii cnnetV. Havin" now brought this rapid outline of the origin, progress, and utility ot me arcs to a close of their origin as history conveys it to us of their progress so much as I dared to intrude on your patience of their utility, I hope sufficient to convince they are not the least important object in o...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 February 1851

.g cities and villas roads; in cultivate r with manufactories for gain or glory u Vluding the frosty r much occupied tions; and more e last Session of Con- Law. It was org by a desire to IetM restore the run-ear... mpel the inhabitant! bis dark work. Tht Christians seem, to V wrong, it being . doing as we would be h as it is a law of tbs j by violence, but re ictions, or regaled in uuth, in attempting to a stern opposition at is in the main imprac le same proportion in a dissolution of the lorality of the law, in kvas to the least degree 1. Because it must be 2. Because it arouse k 'uh a keener ere and e than ever Iwfore the 3. In the event of its fugitives from slavery and they will be pro. tr freedom, abroad, and especiaj. calculated to keep the at next? every one it one can infer from the ii sett, with here and surface, but most of it s bobbing up and dotro re boat; threatening rom its rings, at)j gland grow ls like a 74 impudent as lo ere in the Anglo-Catholic seman Arcbbixhop i...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 February 1851

i 164 For Ihe Polynesian. "INDEPENDENCE." There is a gleam of sunshine, ever dart' incr throuffh and briffhtenins the magtnary rlouda which lower on vouth's horizon. We see, we know, that they are but the clouds of romance ; but there is a darkness in their seeming realit, a blighting and de vastating of the heart, as tho' with the breath and pestilence of desolation. Who,' that in after years, looks upon the seared and cal ious worldine. believes that the once fair in heritance has been laid waste and its foun tains sealed bv the hand, to which in its sprinz time, it had put forth, as to the morn ing sun, Us fragrant, earliest blossom. It is bitter to feel that we are deceived by those in whom we have trusted bitter to feel that we are wronged where we dare not complain, but ah ! how far more bitter to know that we have deceived ourselves ! It is then, while the spirit is writhing under the torture of wounded pride, distrust and self condemna tion, that the faces of our kind become...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 1 March 1851

oo , Civil Engineers, 1 engineer dcuM . ii one which ah.u 9U- be thev of a twi:'" Wracter. each w ro.? conduction of water, feeeorthe irrigation f f, jettie. e erection of sugar mill., the m. bDOPrannical r-s....- fet and Fort street. Ship ChandlerTT beg leave to .rlz" hat tbevhare rented wnaatbe TJ. ft..'? Jessie. Makee.Antbe. lto keep constantly ceries, adapted sell at the lowest ed credit. Goat akin. bnge tor ntercbandiae. promptly attended te respectfully solicited gnments of merehaa' hees entreated to tli, liare of public patron. I IJeC 14. 1850.11-91 e sternness ov thk for cash or PDrov.J Philomela from the U nd 2 inch clear P; 0 ft 2 and 2 1-2 m. so m shingles. hch boards, 0 2 a4 inch hard , 10,000 clapboards. oose frames 17x36. kiplele, with windows ong, flooring and cor. glazed 12 lights 11x14 doors 1 a 2 men. cheeses in tins, schooner now buildinr m rvrnm rsigned having be- ie estate called Kane- Uahu, hereby notifies Meep, boats, and omcfltic animals, that i within the bo...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 1 March 1851

THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1851. 166 THE POLYNESIAN HONOLULU, MARCH 1, 1851. Edpoatiok. If there is a pre-eminence i one of several important requisites that combine to constitute a flourishing and vigorous nation to Education would we ascribe it; Education in its broadest sense, and in all it multiplied in fiuences and belongings. It will be readily perceived that in the use we make of this term, we do not mean the mere cu tivation of the intellectual, but the full devop- ment of the moral, intellect and physical be . ing, drawn out, disciplined and balanced with kilt and care. Intellectual culture, merely, un directed by the moral sense, or misdirect ed by its abuse, renders its object less valuable if not injurious in the community. Instead of being a blessing to himself and others, he ofte becomes a curse; instead of employing his talent and ability in implanting sentiments of virtue and honor in bis fellow-men, he is far too often found disseminating mischief, inflaming...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 1 March 1851

project 1. He m.iint;n. nullinn o.i:.- w .1. "Y. """'"onni 1 8o reason. f an? is m Mf. . such An ennr. l be attended with ir He farther JM. at "Hsj human gathering. dn space, are Iia,u n the compound rati urce from whence breed, liahit tltm .1 " and r sojourn in such e; 'I c illustrate.., withAu litiful and starilin .1 sr . ine Kiack Death, nii .-i.., ...... utiicr at.,.i 1 'there H a ...i. -w tirically established, nu'iKiailp. ire exhorting the BoJ I I .(minucioiiA, . vvilllIJOWlHj 9 ill ii. bile the Atheneum rh iger in overcrowding ill atlthrtritv - I ...j C-1IUU)( j iterjose, and in a m. . oo lar as ouro tied, this wouM n. . ; "wi itifr with ?t.. ii io cnecK the IlifiuY e great thing require vent the undue emu "lelttotheinseWeJ orkmenV quarters: C.J authority, will fl,KHtJ UI I 1 f w . liiKiniooii or leicesifi house near vhich, it;, l sleep, three in a li ner to be avoided : a J te n which shall setW isitors over the larmJ uggestion rnay be rrtjulj mission arrange forth J s, gard...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 1 March 1851

168 To the Children of Foreign Residents at THE ISLANDS WHO READ THE PoLTNESIAN. Ne. 4. My Dear Young Friend : " He hath made everything beautiful in his time 1 bis is the testimony of one reputed for his wis dom; of one more intimately acquainted with the works of the Creator with the wonders of his hand thrlQ any man of his age; of one who "spake three thouxand proverbs,' and whose "songs were a thousand and five" "who spake of trees.from the cedar tree that is in Lebanon, even unto the hyssr.p that springeth out of the wall;" who "spako also of beasts, and uf fowl.-and of creeping things and of fishes;" of one pronounced by un erring authority to be "wiser than all men." Withsuch an eye, open to the varied works of Him who in."wisdom made them all" with a taste so refined and an industry so tireless, must he not be worthy of credence when he exclaims of the works of the infinite Creator, "He hath made everything beauti ful in his time." This declaration is also in accordance with...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 8 March 1851

r ... - F. Civil En,iJL"0- In engineer A Pr. H one which .hlV.t i one which shalT"1 be heyof.pBfc-f- hararr - i uu Or t be conduction of psea or the Jpbite of Lime, ""-i! et and Fort street. " i"r , '-"nciiers i SKIn rt . - I Mother hi Vfessis sis. . -' f to keen rnn.i i t nt oi provisions, ,hj" j ocene., adapted ,2 I sell at the lowest nA, f 1 nt eo erect. Goat .ki. j ...jjc iui uicrcnandise f ! Dromnllv tinj.j t I h rcspeciiuiij solicited I ness entrusted to tbeu hare of nublie t, E HCII1EIIIOV Tu tor rash or a nnt. . i-iiiiomeia iroai theU fid 2 Inch Vlr to 1 h ft 2 and 2 1-2 in. d. r, 36 M shingles, inch boards. ' z a 4 inch hard and 7. 10.000 claDboari. iiouse frames 17x36. nplete, with windows ions, flooring and co v zlazed 12 litrhfa ll.u II doors 1 a 2 inch. cheeses in tins, schooner now baildinr A. P. EVERETT. rsigned flavins k- he estate called ICaoa. r t i . w nereny notifies is. Sheep, Goata. and uuicBiiv unnais, (feat d within thm l j the date hereof, nd dealt mitk . Ll...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 8 March 1851

UN 170 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, MARQH 8, 1851. THE POLYNESIAN HONOLULU, MARCH 8, 1851. Steamers fir Califobkii. There are now forty-three steamers running upon the rivers am coast of California, where two years ago not nn iv fMimloveri. From an account in the Alta California, we learn that there are now employed between San Francisco ami Panama; twelve steamers, of from 600 to J 200 ton?. 1 w lulniMn 9rt Kmnrucn in.l Ore20!l. Three tO it,- rll 1 Rl.,(T.l Trinidad Bav. Two to San BJW mr ti;n an1 :ntrmpliiite ports. Three transient mr v nuvi mtvi -- B steamers, Benecia and Tehama. Eight to Sa ...... ....r Seven to Stockton. Three be s auiiiuv tween San Jose and Santa Clara. Three be tween Sacramento and Marysvillc. These steamers render the facilities for tra rell'in" in California all that can be desired, and Kre in striking contrast with the state of things two years ago, when a trip to Sacramento occu pied sit or eight day.", and no other conveyance a e . . ? m. up and down the co...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 8 March 1851

m orewart," to correct nswere in circul,. hip before the which compromised tersor onnH u H son quote by and I cannot eon misrepresentation. lili. I!V an - inasier or taa - wisn.es Fales, ought to haTe nic, huh mat iq nj. vv tir acted ,m. "jc P"" ot Uapt. ! Ferious charp. i oldhig the poait'io,, ! ,anu oriore launch- i have exercised the utmost pains to i k i am in a position so. Cant. Howland t. hs the duty of Capt nsnore, 10 consult instructions. Ami '; er!y adopted. Air. ! made by competent y of their report. i ited States Consul- ! request contained in inst. we the under- ' r the surf permitted rican shjp "Nwida tr reef off ibis harbor, : n cr condition. s on the reef, tvlri. ; i!y seven feet water i water in her holri rudder mntlea mi tnlerably risen abaft r rom the evidence hi the ship, we are nl taking into con- it ie?, great expense, the chip afloat. r ship and materials concerned. IIv Yours. ROM; HOLT. S R SMI I'M :rt w. holt." n lie so good as m It course than a sale . r al...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 8 March 1851

S 4 ! 172 She Olio. SONGS AND HYMNS OF LIFE. BY CIIAB1.W KACS.VV- A Traveler Ihronsli dust romil ' FtrewrO acorns on ibe ka. And nte took root, and a; routed up. Awl grew in'o a Irre. Lot (ought iti bhaiie hi evening lime. To breath iifc early vows, Anil Ac was p!ceseil, lu seat of now, To bak beixalU il btiUil, ; The donnoiwe loveJ U JhdsIiuS i"'!'' Tb bird smeet muic borr, It ktood a jlurj iu it A Ulssiuj eve.-mwre .' Aliftlesprin4 had iU tt" Amid the frass aiiJ fcrn, A passing tlraiifcr acood a well, Where weary men inisht turn , He wal'd it in, and linnj with -are A luiile at the brink lie thought not cf Itae deed he did. But J'ldged that toil miht drink, lie passed agntn and lo ! the well, Br tnmmcrs never diJeit, Had cooled ten thomand parching topgur, And saved a life bcMc ! A dreamer .!rod a random thought ; 'Twas o'd, and yet was uew A simple fancy c-f the braiu. But s:ro"g in bring true ; It ahone a pen a gruial iniiiJ, And lo ! its lishLbecatn A lam? of life, a beacon ray...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 March 1851

r I ENGINEEI. Civil Engineers, CT engineer one which e they of a nuKi;- nail Uracter, much as road, conduction of waters es or the irri.;- i wharves, p,ers, jetties ugar mills, the manu! lute of-Lime &cth pographical charta. t and Fort street Shin fhanrfl. . I -o od beg leave to jnfwj at they have rented' Itn as the TJ. K- IM-.I 1 cfsis. Makee, Anthonf lo keeD constant!- f . -.J ol provieKn -u:- ? I - 1 muin t-i cenes, adapted to the I eU at the lowest m.F f -d credit. Goat skin.' I ime lor merchant. ! romntlv attended . E Iref pectYully solicited ? gnnients of mcrchau'l .ess entrusted to their t .are 01 puonc patron-i uec. 14, isou.tt-3i l BSCRIBEEi ON THtS I for cash or approved? Philomela from theL'l d 2 inch clear Pine' ' f 2 and 2 1-2 in. do I , 36 M shingles. - ? ich boards. il 0 2 a 4 inch hard ani 1 L'. 10,0( 0 clapboards. ouse frames 17x36. .. Liplete. with wicdnu. i ions, flooring andcov- I I glazed 12 lights lhU Coors 1 a 2 men. I cheeses in tins. - schooner now build...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 March 1851

I.' llX fi r I i- ( : 174 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1851. his situation, approached the ambushed head. The snake dashed at him like lightning. There was a blowa scream and instantly the victim was locked in the coils of the ser pent. This was done almost too rapidlj for the eye to follow; at one instant the snake was motionless the next he was one conge ries of coils round his prey He seized the rabbit round the neck just under the ear.and was evident! exerting the strongest press ure round the throax or the quadruped, thereby preventing the expansion of the chest and at the same time depriving the anterior extremities of motion. The rabbit nevej cried after the first seizure; he lay with his hind-legs stretched out, still breathing with difficulty, as could be seen by the motion of his flanks. Presently he made one desper ate struggle with his hind legs; but the snake cautiousl applied another coil with such dexterity as completely to manacle the low er extremities, and i...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 March 1851

THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY. MARCH 15, 1851. 173 hr. Golden Rale, puHession or Cli. ult.. and New YnrJ Jary, containing Lon- fans to the iQrh . forwarded from S. s to the sailing ofik.. rssel. Venee is contained in i e snail lay before our ted room will admit. uuein san Francis- staples are reported Sugar keeps pretty i low figure. Coffea ti brie Brntna r . w - "win Dur, is reported in th. l.tL "e oss ot the Capt. a of two men. successful otebad ia Legislature fx. - cs, in place of Col, no election can be I .... r .t f - cue oa Jan. petition of Josiah 111 fr nclin. k i m sw., ukmz ll BUD. . v. . r t iuc pari ui united same, to ue paid on from the M isajssippi b lobe completed in hferred. Apparent) Jashing'on in relation ' l r-ff ... ehinii(Afi Intl.- tiers, that the Niv.t 1 Ii - i rvf R ArtPAffatitAiink. or a line rf steatnen .l CU. 1 it ounnviini-. in ac- l coKfnittAil !' ouviiiiucu jr pur- tood to be lowland iuc isres3 01 lie Panama Star) has uw9 dii'iujrcM on oyance, loss and in- C ...

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