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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 3 October 1861

A. M v f ,7 ' ' - J -V. ' JAMES HARPER, EDITOR' AKD PROPRIETOR; "TRUTH ANDUSTICE." 81:50, IN ADVANCE. Volume XXVI. GALLI POL IS, OHIO, OCTOBER 3, 1861. Number 46, Mi l It! Ai V ' IT . 1,1 It t : ' .... , . THE POISONED ALMOND. The liosU of England had fled, mit ten and shattered, from the fatal rifle of the Americans, and the glad tidings had leaped from the red field of battle to the anxious heart of the citizen of Hew Orleans. Asnigbt came down iipon the rescued, the glare of buge bonfires-lhe flashing of glaring torches, and the glitter" of innumerable" lamps. with jnbiUnt-shoets cries", and exul iant laughter, that met eye and ear at every tnm, b-tokeiied the victor tri umph. . The bumble home of the arti san, and the proud mansion of the rich alike shone with the light, and resoun ded with rejoicings. But no home was ef their only mter wedded to William ryTTy?-?ir. ' -W" fore0,r TT'!6 .now .! tomL . Silvern, ayotmg ana aiKimguisiieu vp C jsAain of; the Tennessee Rifles. ' . . ,...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 3 October 1861

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. mamo Ara rcvuawn BTV'"' JAMES niBPEH, fAt 1,50. inTrfab!r advance CJAIXIPOLIS. THURSDAY. OCT. 3, 1861. Union State Ticket. .For Governor, ..... DAVID TODD, of Mining. . , ' ; Lt, Governor, ' , BF.NJ. STAB T01T, of-Logan,' ' -" ' ' : ' ' For Treasurer of State, ' ','"", ' !' ' G. VOLjrET DORSET, of Miami, Judge of Supreme Court, . : .' JOSIAH SCOTT, of Butler.' . . Comptroller of Treasury, 1 ' . ' JOSEPH H. BILEY, of Franilia. " ; . ' Secretary of State, . BEIT J- E. COW IS, of Belmont. , Board of Pnblie Works, JOHS F. TOBBEXCE, of Eamulten. Union County Ticket. ' I For Representative, . . ...t -JOSEPH BRADBURY. . ForSheriff, JAMES CAMPBELL, " For Treasurer, DAKIEL H. GATES. For Prosecuting Attorney, ALO5Z0 CUSBISQ. For Surveyor, " JOHN ROWE. For Commissioner, VALEKTUfE SWITZEB. ' For Coroner, CD. WALL, "' '. For Infirmary Directors, AT.TTY. O. SHEPARD, for 3 years, WM. CLARK, for 9 years, - ' CHAS. C. WOOD, for I year. ' . For Common Pleas Judge, SIMEON NASH, of ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 3 October 1861

THE LEXINGTON FIGHT. Private Letter from -one of the Home Guards who Foaght Under Col. Uah ligan [From the St. Louis Democrat.] -we h fifl-ht at Lexington The following prifate letter which. e.re permiUed-to publish, girea io-hW mterestina account of the recent . .... ... LEXINGTON, Sept. 21. - Mr Dei Fbimd: Ton will receiye; before ; roe see this, the intelligence' of the surrender" of the garrison at Lex ington." The fight which occurred on Thursday ol last week, was but prelim innry to the greater fight which has since taken nlacc and which resulted in the unconditional surrender of the post on yesterday at 6 o'clock P. M. On Wednesday last ox tewa and fort were invested by force variously ea- tirdated at from 20.000 to 30,000 men under the command - of -Price, Rains, Parsons, Slack and who else I know not, bat certain it is, that the entire army of Jackson is here. The fight was begun by the pickets as early as 8 o'clock, and was continued during the -whale of the1 night.' Early...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 3 October 1861

[From the Louisville Journal.] [From the Louisville Journal.] YE SOLDIERS OF THE UNION. [From the Louisville Journal.] YE SOLDIERS OF THE UNION. BY S. C. MERGER Ye soldi er of th tTnionJ i j '! - Witt hoiiMt valor S1 . J ,v. i.,j -oeerd cam S?Qr rebellion : Strik VC--J-4! ,4-,l ris safety of th If via And the memory of the dead. Bright banner of tbTJniunf By beaoty'e finger wrought, 1 Around the world thy leo -- Of glory ha been taught t It telle of heroes' battle-field. ' - To fame aad freedom deer, And sings of peaee and happines Tomes' enraptured ear. , . Dear altar of the Union! ! . Aroand thy preeioae ehrine We swear to traitor's Sand shall seize Thy offerings divine " '' For our dead woald sleep dishonored . -. And our liring hare 10 hope, I : If in rebellion's awfnl night ' Our land were doomed to grope. Charge, soldiers of the Union, In troth's eternal might, - ' Te strike not for ambition's lust "- Bot liberty and right Tbe Present and the Future plead The Past full well yo...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 October 1861

r El "7 CT 5 jiiiESHARPEB;; EDITORS. mPfiiETOR.: ' ,; TRUTH AND JUSTICE."- ' 1:50, iXADYJLKCE. 4 ' Volume XXVI,, s ; : G A L L ! PO L IS , ' OIII Qv OCTOBER 17,;; 1861 . 7 , Number 48. If v - . j'" ! .' ' From Vanity Fair. WARD SEES THE PRINCE NAPOLEON. . t- ' NotwithtttndiBg I burnt -writ taneh ; for the puper of lute, obody needn't , filter Iheirselres tiit tbe nnderaiaed sed.rv o tbe -eontrT( I atill iie "!,hi-advii pbke bj J)njH i,uOT,iiBWM mnu. the o)d line Whigs of Boston wiH id mit that. Webster is dd now,1 hewa erer, and bis m untie has probably fallen into the bands of some dealer in Sd band elose. who ean'twll' it. Least- ways neooay pear. . weann it to any pwicurar exveoKiKMr AyS. The rS5n?,'"Jf "hon 1 w" aDre Bow.j . . , ler aoapirw mm aiwiw. -.-. ceunrt for yoav et heann l e, ear this, wlwre the mdjsis i.e ii.icbcti ua where the cstmon dotn roar, bui as a American oittsen I shall never cease to admire Me mwfenyaovance oar troops made on Washington irora coi flun '-short...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 October 1861

OALLIPOLIS JOURNALLfrTh, IDITKD AB FTMSSB7B BT JAMES HARPER, fAt StrSO. invariably in advance :: GAIiLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. V : OCT, 17. 1861 - C3TK. few days ainee, we noticed in (be Eastern papera, that Kanawha Val ley was "cleaned out" and secession is that region a "dead dog." From the same source we learn that "Washington is safe." If tbey are as widely mis taken in the last as the first, troops should harry on to the Federal city with all speed. Kanawha Valley cleaned eat indeed 1 We think it much easier to clean ont the Union men than the Se eeshers. We donbt much if a score of effective Union men ean be found along the banks of that river. Only last Fri day a Government boat waa fired into si Bed House by a gang of marauding Secessionists who made their appear ance suddenly, from behind the houses hi that traitorous village. They at tempted to shoot the pilot, and from the appearance of the pilot bonce being rid dled with balls, it is miraculous bow he escaped. He left the wheel...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 October 1861

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 October 1861

THE SWEET LITTLE MAN. DEDICATED TO THE STAYAT-HOME RANGERS. Mr EdifriAXlo me to commend u,e following line, to the eooaidemtioe erf our men who sem to feelthenlr.-c-i ai noon to stay at home " instead of respond- to their country's eeJl lor their services ! toh and braverv ' wtsfenginaaawm oy. , -'lifot Novr, while curriers sre figntiag our battles, TanS anVei AH the brave boys' under canvass are sleeping. All of themVre-ing to march with the' van. Far (Wrn the name where their sweethearts are wrejuug, areyw waiting for, sweet rmleinnT Ton with the terrible warlike mnstaches, I FitforColoelorebief of acUa, ! Ton with the waist made for sword belts im'awsioaldeMtraps, sweet little . Bring him the bnttonless garment of woman! Cover his bee lest it freckle and tan! Master the Apron-string Gauds on the Com ; - mo, Thst is the corps for the sweet little man i Give him for escort a file of young misses. Each of them armed with a deadly rattan; They shall defend him from laughter and hisse...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 31 October 1861

1 . . a - - ' V;-' .' C.I i JAMES HARPER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TRUTH AND "JUSTICE.? 81:50, IN ADYAKCE. Number 50 Volume XXVI. GAL LI POL IS, OIIpLO, OCTOBER 31, 18 61, G7I i i e- A COQUETTE'S CONFESSION. I m a coquette. Many a tow's heart I hud lacerated by refusing their offers of marriage, after I bad tared them on is "declaration." My lasi victim's nam was Jamea France. H was a- awkward, homely nod un gainly man, but his heart waa us true a leel. ' I respected him highly, and fell pained wnea I witnessed hi anguish ai my rejection of him. Bat the facl waa. I had myself fallen in lore with Cap. Elliott, who bad bee unremitting in hit devotions lo ne. - Mr. Fraser warned me against Mr. Elliott; hat I charged him with jealoBsy, and tok Li warning mm an insult. A few days afterwards Elliott and I were engaged, and my dream of romantic lore teemed in fair way of realisation. I had a week of happiness. Many hare not so much in a lifetime. Many awake from the bright, abort dream to fi...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 31 October 1861

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. BDTTIB ABO FCBU8HBD BT J A TIES niBFEB, gAt $1.50. invariably in advanee GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. : : OCT. 31. 1861 JCW The hospital at Gallipolis has undergone great changes in tbe past three weeks, and the effort of those in charge, to render the sick and wounded soldier a comfortable a possible, merit tbe thank of the whole comma nit. The ladie of our town with that commendable indnstrj for which they are proverbial, prepared daring the pact week several hundred beds and bedding. Whilst on this point, allow as to state for the benefit of oar people, to the State authorities, that contributions of clothing, blankets, tc, ought not to be expected from the la dies of Gallipolis. Since the 26th of May last, when the 21st Regiment ar med at Camp Carrington, they have labored incessantly for the comfort and health of tbe brave volunteer. Many of oar people whose circumstance are limited, and who can spare bat little time or means from the upport of their own families, ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 31 October 1861

RECAPTURE OF LEXINGTON. Rescue of Colonel White and Gro- ver from lh Rebel. Capture of Thirty Prisoners Full Particulars. [From the St Louis Democrat.] The following orivato leMer has been. placed in our heads, which gives in de tail the recapture 01 L-exiBgiva auu reeeue of Colonels White and GroTer from the hands of the rebels: LEXINGTON, Oct. 17, 1861. Dia Sib: As I suppose you will be glad to bear sonce of the particulars concerning the rescue of Col. White, Col. Grover, and others of our gallant wounded at Lexington, J take a spare moment to send you a line by my Adju tant, who accompanies Col. White. A short time since Gen.. Fremont placed in my hands a picked body of men, the finest in his cavalry command, and dispatched me to scout over those parts of the country most infested by rebels. I : arrived at Georgetown a short time since, and waited for sup plies until the 15th inst. As I wss on j the point of leaving for the Osage, a j aasssenger Irons- uol. wiiiie, iymg wounded ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 31 October 1861

For the Gallipolis Journal. ITIS A BUSY WORLD. BY W. P. JACKSON. slimv world, tbia world af oars? Tii a world of sunshine, shade and showers;. Till world of Joy, and a warld of woe j Til a world of ehmogt WMre er w ga. - Til a busy uild-tbe nn of wealth; Jtegardles both of friends and health; EU only object, aim and ends, . . . . Are golden dreams and dividend. Tia a hotj world; see the nan of Cub At h seek to baild himself a name; While the ambition man h ia atraeture rears. Hid aeu of Mood and flood of tears. Th a busy world; are the soldier atsad, - -IThila faolfaU rooad him H on every band. And with great boldaeas nscp hoot dowa, While fitif a liiADKBi Jritfi glory crown. Ti a busy world; for" many there b i Who nothing good rn their neighbor er Bat can use their tongue of "Under eo, T Many are ent to rnin and wToe.; . Tia a busy world; ee the roan of toil Aa he burnt away th midnight oil. While hia careworn viasg tell the best. That for aashaab there Uaonat. Ti a buy world, and...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 November 1861

t -'i ll :-V: j : liLl Tvt :' r, - JAMES HARPER,-' EDITOR AffD PROPRIETOR. Volume XXVI. V' TRUTH! H?J.H5T I C E . 81:50, IN ADVANCE. G'A L IiWO L I S , O H I pv vN O V EM BER 14, 1861. Number 52 I 1 I t I t I W . I 4 NOT A STORY. From the Springfield (Mass.) Republican. Mr. lone wilt married. He had been married a long time, ever sinee We could remember, almost. The. first Mr. Jones was pretty schoolboy lore. and died early. Mr. Jones was incon solable for more thsn six months, and ihen finding the burden of his ifrief loo heavy lo he borne alone, decided to share his regrets with a sympathising feminine friend. The eonneciion was a happy one for many years, but, alas for ' the mutability of earthly pleasures. Mr. Jones was again widower at the age of forty, and bfinj extremely lonely, and bavin? the habit of marry in?, he offered his broken life and be reared affections to Mis Patience Nor cross a mature young lady of thirty. We have said that Mr. Jones had a liabit of being marrie...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 November 1861

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. XDITXD A0 PVBLI8BSB BT JATIES HARPER, tT At $1.50, larariablr in advance R. L. STEWART, Annut Emtos. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. - : : NOV. 14. 1881 rX" Tie defeat of the Federal troop at Leesburg. seems to tare produced is the siindi of aome nervous people, almost a mnch 'despondency ee Hi that of Manassas. These .men never j ok at the bright aide of the picture. Discontent and gloom dwell upon their naiads, and duiweigV every other con sideration. Besides the tendency thia coarse baa to depreaa and weaken the confidence in our Government, which all ought to feel, and must, if we intend to maintain it. in its power and glory. It is unfair toward the Administration, ia perhaps worse than secret sympathy or open aid to the rebels. They ask the question, what hare our armies ef fected? What hope of success hare we? Do you not aee the enemy'a supe riority? With these and similar ques tions, they paralyse the patriotio feel ings of our young men, and deter tbem from rolunt...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 November 1861

THE CAIRO EXPEDITION HEARD FROM. Desperate Fight at Belmont, Missou ri Thirty-Five Hundred Men At tack "7,000 Rebels The Rebels Driven Across the River, their Camp Burned, and Stores. Captured Ter rible Slaughter The Rebela Re-EnforcedThe Fight Renewed Our Men Return to Cairo The Killed and Wounded, dee., dee. . Cairo, Not. 7. The expedition which left here m few days since, under Generals Grant and McClernsnd landed at Belmont,' Mo., three miles above Columbus, Ky., this morning:. The Federal troops, numbering 3, 600, engaged the Tebels, 7,000 in n um ber at 1 1 o'clock. -' ' ' ' The battle lasted till sundown, re sulting in the rebels being driven from their intrenchments across the river, with great loss. Their camp was burned, and their stores, with all their baggage, cannon, horses, mules, and 100 prisoners, taken. Tbe Federals then retired, the reb els having received re-enforcements from Columbus. Both Generals had their horses shot from under them. Col. Dougherty of Illinois...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 November 1861

For the Gallipolis Journal. For the Gallipolis Journal. LINES ADDRESSED TO A. P. JACKSON, AUTHOR OF "TIS A BUSY WORLD." YES, 'TIS A BUSY WORLD. YES, 'TIS A BUSY WORLD. BY ROWENA BLANKENSHIP. Teg. bosy world this surely is'.' A world of wrow uj of pain; W have ceaseless kbor her to pay For the little pleasure that we gtin. To. busy world when th miser mU All tender ties aside. And counts hit yellow heaps of gold Ia selfish, hateful pride. Tie a Vary world; Me the ambitious rie To leak wide spread fame, And crush the low-minded ia hit path. And gain a gloriooa nam. But a barier world where the soldier stands' Bead j to do hi part. Risking hi dear and precious He, Bat hia ia a noble heart. And aonw in this world are too busy, With their slanderous tongue let loose. And nothing feelrog or kind out ear. But revel is words of abuse. Tie a busy world for the man of toil, A with alow and measured beat. He handles his hammer day and night But the earnings of labor are sweet. We hare foes wit...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 November 1861

ft; 0 ! r fV-srM-n.:.-, - tew'- rr. :'!r ri nvi ,f r,' c JA"V "if ..7 n .. J.jpS HARPER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOIl- : . 'i ; "trutk.'akd Justice;?; . -: . . . r .$1 js'dyakce, OA IL I;P"ol7 j S 7OU I 0;1lrOEMItKR 2 1' 18 61. ' - - . : JVUmbc T Vojump xxvn.. ; -. ..T ' ... I.- ', Pf ' Y iv 18 (v' i"".: !!' ln . s-jw.'l II IS 1 lil J ... I'4 IM . , ICI - . lit US. ! From Elliott's History of New England." From Elliott's History of New England." BUNKER HILL. SATURDAY, 17TH OF JUNE, 1775. , Gmial Gaob ly with Vm troop ik -Boston Iowd. ndirouncf the citr were th camps of the Volunteer, who had seised ilfrir mnskeu; nn harried to the Aerie qaftrter. The were rude and undisciplined crowd, full of rnrth mnriw: and enthaiasm. ana tke first bnxineM of th officert ww to Institute rales, ana aecurc uwuiou.. The ireneral order of Jooe 14. proti- ded that the troops be quiet : after Btne o'clock at : night; that aihrgrotf- shopa.be auppiwed,-and tflat thek 'Bqnora be stared, it necwafj; that - . 'ff...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 November 1861

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL.! XDITI9 in PtTBLian bt JA.TIES nARPER, g3TAt f 1.50. invariably in advance X. L. 8TEWAKT, Aararurr Editor. . ., 3- GALLirOLIS. Thursday! --: nov. i. i86i Th great Southern RigbU Dem oerst, Jomr Cochrajtx, i n s speech, m , few days since used tbe following' re instable language in regard to slave rj '' .- " If necessary to save Ibis Government, I would plunge their whole country, black mid white; in one indiscriminate sea of Wood, so that we should, in tbe end, have a Government which would he the vicegerent of -God. ( P is tract tbeir counsels, and if tbia abould not be sufficient, take the alare by the band, place s musket in it, and in God's name bid him atrike for tbe liberty of tbe human race. No man baa' railed ' more loudly gainst Abolitionism than Mr. Coch rane, nor none more willing to clamor for tbe "rights of the South" in regard to sis very. Yet -on tbia occasion we find him uttering language in regard to tbe course now to be pursued, which, in the mo...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 November 1861

t Sot. fn-itivi hit the dost Tbe , nf th JLanA nassed over ww scattered with fragments altered with fragment, of .hell, and torn and mangled corpses. . i . i t .J h.ir torn Aft. .nifl w II n tm m.u ,i in neculiar postures, as if calling and - 1 . - Va mil.. back in the woods dead bodies were found ; of those killed by our shells. AH the rebel wounded were taken off. but the dead remained. In massive bomb-proof in Fort Walker was found the dead body of a Surgeon' Borst, formerly of the United States army. He had doubtless retired to this place for safety, and it indeed seemed secure, formed as it was of massive walls and strengthened by great beams of wood, a huge shell had w hissed into the small room through the small diagonal aper ture, and struck a heavy piece of tim ber, tearing awav the supports and tumbling down the walls about . his lumDiing aown tne wan wi hesd A splinter from the fractured; beam struck him upon the head, killing l,;m ;net,.l ;nt .. he had thrown no hi hsnri...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 November 1861

[From the Louisville Journal.] A Noetit FewTbV following- stanza from m of euf eeontryv best poets will male ten' thousand bosoms heave and: swell with enttaaiattie petriotistnr ;-: ! v . -J ,:' GRANDPA NATHAN. GRANDPA NATHAN. RESPECTFULLY INSCRIBED TO GEN. LESLIE COMBS. GRANDPA NATHAN. RESPECTFULLY INSCRIBED TO GEN. LESLIE COMBS. I. By tli beeaft sad hjokory fire . Grandpa Nathan sat at nichl With details -of marching armies, And the news of jBaBVa-fiont, hen he laid aside tbe paper, Though its contents he had totd, , He was plied witb many questions Bytheyotragand by tbe old. ICS a wnrtb-mot iafernalf .', .' ' fGraadpa Natbaa made reply,1 ' v, 'Brt the Legions of th Union i gooo win erash it oat, or die! ' -. -1 If I enry had the Tiger : -' j ; i Of tost twenty years age, ' - ' f 'How I'd leap into DT ddlf -' - -ib Hew I'd fly to meet the foe! .- . ' II. Saeni Hardia, dearest daughter, i There's a spirit now abroad That's akin to whatsoerer1 Is at enmity with God. it has wrovgut v...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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