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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 28 November 1861

.0081 noi Teijatipjrfa foggjz .JraJ! s-Jatnl si wif ... V'"' 1 sO lo Bssa o0 Jedi (:; 1 SHI Bi 01 V- I I. , vlxv ?.:. fiv.rn.1 I uu -fSL'lB- ' u n1 t.'t ': cUT" .nT.if ii c.i r.t .e:i3-T.'xi Liin -uVl ;"rU sn -XAT .V . ii t JU ar-.rm- Lij: -xi ,wr. JAMES HARPER, AP.iPBOPJIIETOR, i.3 Ins m .aW-vVa. a a , a 1 t t . 31 .7.7 31 If J-'X' til I ' ' ' " 1 5 f I'! -3fl1l!!rfj Jl-'J I'Jnt-i 1 lfi"-E-riI IT: - II V.1 ' Hf 1 Ml' J . I'l l I 11 I M c- I i. .. ........ .-.i.I " - ' ' ' ' . n . , ... .... I A TALE OF THANKSGIVING DAY. S? ft was the mornlng'orTlianksgiyin Py, cleur golden mornm?, ijnn ky of dunlin blae.t md n keen,iut ling wind, which drove the starlet m: t))e leie In bright nhowrrs long1 the oonnlrj ronas, piayeu u .aiNnDer w anucs wiih ibe irnite -ana trimsoo chrTsanheni4riilB 'the shkdo ID iliejbld itt.fato.niousf ,1 Jast "tis 4 ' Tr1orkBi --,ThAaIfiniinr . inorninKj-.-U WiArt m we nil mtenber in the,dis 4j(rte 6T tlr !Ve one connected WiiR lislne. and iWeet,. KfJf-iTorgStte ne...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 28 November 1861

fiAUJPOUS JOURNAL BDITIB' AID riTBUaBBB ST . JATIE.S IIARPE3( fy At 91.50. InrariatrlT ta adranue ft. Xk BtrWliT. awt Earroa. ' . ... - r:- .-GAIiIiIPOLTS. - Mmjcnv -.- . vmr - m ie.r!i .a. sbt w uuva a. wvw -- aw Every person must admit the aeeesstty for money fn carrying on a war. No nation erer yet successfully ooaeiuaea peace moon mirea w "except the United States ta the Rerolu tloa. Bat area then we . were forced .to hare the appearance of ft. Sit next to men, money make the war mere. , '.'.'-. : In the present contest tfie Adminis tration ia abundantly supplied. Fifty millions hare been taken by the associ ated banks of New. York, Boston and Philadelphia, for December, and fifty millions more for January made rea sonably sure, and this too at par, for 7 per cent bonds baring 20 years to run.' "' - This desirable state of affairs fs ow ing to the clear ' foresight and distin guished financial ability of Salmon P. Chase. Secretary of the Treasury. Ohio may well feel proud of him...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 28 November 1861

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Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 28 November 1861

r t,ath idols' 3eIU&r GeS EytnThas oeltew sif lo noiii-:ul - T he-following from the Philadelphia Sator L:iZL of li moel WdtiTifl frfbules LYON. BjfitOl ejf g-se ICntasri.phUiv: a clc; The saddest song of sorrow; , ,,;..- r Dim tears, Oeloods tastiest rata aOMrelaaedissjthcrTtJr;s-il La Breath so ye.win.ds, year softest sigh ..v, 'eepHotrrf;iBdefepTena, ' 3' Jawntilsalis kaewwsreB kswia 4ier-r.T?n xHntSFWKsa Mod dT 3jt seres thfAAgast sjrn tnb Uwui that day jrf glory; . . . . tty Surfed meSfct waairfm faa a"1 ea1Wn4aom-.f J .nriU KBatoiksgleapfryetfltj ti: ,XJ Ad ran wi& ran contended, . 7 ,rrr i.t .av a ecu Four thonsaad men. as rTn& 6w Ver went forth m daringy 3 " tney fatodnat death-i-msn bless tSr f era That patriot aotdisrs d5e4,on-.t .A Fair Faeedora's causa ,tn sword snd shield, :AnatrthrhewaLytm! '' Tietfte4e?erOTT)leiianiIople4 forth" '' Jrom eyes of troubled brightness; 6' !? Qttd soul yis buraep the jsertn Had pressed but all Its lightness. ' ' Ist&itd upo...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 December 1861

1Y 4tfY:'-.&( i mm- JAIES HARPER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. "TRUTH AND JUSTICE." $1:50, IN ADVANCE. Volume XXVII. GAL LIPOLIS , O II I O, DECEMBER 5. 1861. Number 3. lift' IL 'ir::fflf''ifif iili' iiy lx jr )M MM m ii . a ii. i i a ONE NIGHT IN A GAMING-HOUSE. BY AN EX-POLICE OFFICER. A little more' than a year after the period when adverse circumstances chiefly the result of nay reckless fol lies compelled me to enter the ranks f the Metropolitan Police, as the sole means left me ol procuring food and raiment, the attention of one of the principal chiefs of the force was attrac ted toward me by the ingenuity and boldness, which I was supposed to hare manifested in hitting upon and unravel ing a clue, which ultimately led to the detection and punishment of the perpe trators of an artistically contrived fraud nmn an eminent tradesman of the West end of London. The chief sent for me and after a somewhat length ened conversation, not only expressed admiration of my conduct in the par ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 December 1861

SALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. KDITBVD AWD PT7BU8HID BT JATIES II1RPEB, aTAt 91.50, inrariablT in advance K. L. STEWART, Assistant Eorrom. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. DEC. 5. !8fft yThe following article was hi type last week, but unavoidably crowded out in consequence of publishing tbe Delinquent List.. Although late in tbe day, it may not prove uninteresting to our readers: ' . .- rr ' The arrest of Mason and Slidell still occupies the public mind. Many serTOus old masculine ladies fret them selres greatly, regarding the light in which England will view it. Thus far, no news has reached us, but we venture the prediction that the Queen's proclam ation will be adhered to, strictly. After enumerating many things prohibited, she says, "or by carrying officers, sold iers, dispatches, arms, military stores, er materials, or any articles considered contraband of war, according to tbe law or usages of nations, for the useor ser vice of either contending parties." ' Now as to articles contraband, tbe lates...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 December 1861

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Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 December 1861

[For the Gallipolis Journal.] ROSS' HAPPY LAND OF CANAAN. BY L. D. CARTER. If joe 'went io'eee tome fun, go down to Rofl ing Run, " And see Roesrbovi crossing the nvo; Jfoar the middle of the river, Solomon Beel , - be did shiver, -X ws started for the Cotton aid ef Cn- CHORUS. Gh,oh,oh, ah. ah, eh-4o-day Car. Ross is coming Never mind the Am. hot shoulder np your gun, . - For we an bound for tbt Cotton side of Ce- After standing guard all nigs, expecting a big fight. ' We received marching orders in toe morn ing; When we reached Elitabethtown, not a rebel could be found They bad started for the Cotton side ef Ca- CHORUS. &c. We are fully aware that the plan of Liewt- - jperxstresser Is to slay the rebels as we take them; Ee will stop those rebel spies from aweariag- to a n lies. And send them to the hottest side of Ca-naan. CHORUS, &c. When we get to Bowling Green, some fan will oe aeen, To see the rebels all a falling; And then twill crown the fan, to see old Buck ner run....

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 December 1861

.. 7,;. - ...... ;- Vr 5 i ; lb; i - JAMES HARPER, EDITOR MD PROPRIETOR. "TRUTH AND 'JUSTICE. $1:50, IN ADVANCE. Volume XXVII. G A LL I P O L I S , O II I O, r D E CEMBER 12, 1 8G1 . Number 4. From the Child's Companion. SARAH GOODWIN AND HER BOYS. A TRUE STORY. ' Sarah Goodwin was the name of a txxr seamstress, residing in the city of V vrV Kh. ... tint wholly friend- less: but those whom she knew, and .nM W. 3Hpr! her in her mtmcrcAma went'' tprT TJOOr. and ould not So she, a widow, and four from the aires of four and nine years struggled through the winter's .nmr' hpat. nroviding her littl f.milv with bread, and that was it Hor hm won wood children, al- ways in their home after nightfall, and giving their mother every cent of their : . nron tfiev fnnnd wnrV to do. At last the mother fell w aick, and through a weary illness she had no other attendance save the occa " aional help of a neighbor, and the con stant aid of her poor little boys. It Was touching to behold their kind ways...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 December 1861

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. KDITBD AID MTBUSHEO BT J A TIES niRPER, 0TAt 1.50. invariably in adrauce R. L. STEWART, Astt Ebitoe. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. ! : DEC. It. 1861 . yTbe annual Message of Presi dent Lincoln was read to both branches of Congress on the Sd iaat. Its length precludes us from giving it entire, and as it has been published for some days past in the Cincinnati dailies, many of which circulate in our counties, most of oar readers will ere this hare pe rused it, and willingly excuse us from its publication. It opens with a rery short and pithy congratulation on the health of the na tion, and abundant harvest of this year. Without any prefatory remarks, the President at once pitches into the af fairs of the nation in a style peculiar to himself. Our Foreign relations are briefly adverted to, and all anxiety in regard to difficulties therewith, shown to be unnecessary from the facts that the rebels received muchlesseneourage ment abroad, than was at first anticipa ted, and the ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 December 1861

To Wmou iaxid. Jamea John Junes William Lesley Ann N Martin JV4HA Martin Henry A RaderWmC unifl Vhittingtoa P et al SPRINGFIELD Clark John Grippe Wm L Cherrineton Jamea Clark Wm Delaney Wm Erane Wm Fee Moses heirs Pee Henry Glassburn John GwinMary HoweHR aame Johnaon Robert JarretH W Johnaon Samuel jr Jaekaon Jamea A Johnaon Jamea Poindexter Merideth Ray Geo W Rnasell Samuel B Sisson B aame 8awyers Sarah Smith Geo WeedWm Wstkins Wm heira B, T Sua. Lor. No. Acne. Taw. Paw. $ C. 1L 15 do do do do do do do TOWNSHIP. 22 22 1 25 SS 26 32 1 15 do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do 17 14 19 94 33 94 0 34 27,28 11 S4 34 24 21J5 30 6 21,22 6 21,22 MORGAN TOWNSHIP. Anderson Tbomaa 15 Barbour H C do Barton Anatin do Barter Thornton do Butcher Jacob do Broirn J W do Bailey Jamea do Caldwell Jacob do Clauaa Henry do Clark Andre A do Erwin Francis do Ferguson J A I do Fulten Samnel heira do Grate John T do Gay Alrah - do Hopkins Wm do Harriaon Lewis do Hill Ia...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 December 1861

[From the Journal.] NORTHERN GIRLS. BY W. F. J. IM Eastern olimw boast brighter skies,. And maid of Georgian birth; ' , hey cant compare with Northern girls, "In beauty, wit, and worth. .--.. Their hearts are free a mountain breexe , - That dallies with their earls; And wanton ware the tresses rich ' Of our free Northern girlsl '""- i-i :: . ' On every sloping, green hillside, Their graceful forms are straying, ' Like Artimis on Cynthas' slopes, " With wood-simphs round hers playing. And in our meadows and oar groves ! The sprightly, elfin creatures Art sporting, like Oreades; With sylph-like forms and features. Within the depths of each bright eye A roguish light is lying; ' A nd on eaeh blooming, rnddy cheek,, . . The rose and lillyvieing., .. As sports the glancing sunbeams on " The dancing, gleaming water, So play the smiles on ruby lips Of each free Northern daughter. My love of Nature's varied scenes All other lore surpasses, Except toy lore tor pretty girls Northern's fsir bo...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 December 1861

''mi ft is r.i JAMES H1EPER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. "TRUTH Alty JUSTICE. $1:50,-IN -ADVANCE. Volume XXVII. G ALL I POL IS, O II I O , DECfijIBE R 19, 1 861 ; Number 5, [For the Gallipolis Journal.] THE SOLDIER'S VOW. BY FLORENCE SPRAGUE. The young soldier stood by the fireside Of hie own bright happy home. At be bid farewell to the loved ones Ere far away he would roam. His eye wai dimned by a trembling tear And a sigh straggled up from hi. manly breast, . Which in mo he tried to stay. 1 That he quicsiv amnea away, 1 r i F 6, that was s proud and noble youth, Handsome in form and face, . And each movement waa characteristic . Of a bold and careless grace. None loved so well their friends and home Aa that brave, true-hearted boyj Jle was their doted pride and hope, Their light and lile and joy. But the fire of patriotism burned Deep in hia young, brave heart; And now he was leaving his childhood t home, Manly to act his part. O, weep not for me, mother, he said; Weep not for your war...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 December 1861

BALLIPOLIS JBDBSALlrft BDITSD MMO rtTBUSHIB BT J ATIES HARPER, fcaf"At $1.50, invariably in advance R. L. STEWART, AauaTAiT Emtoa. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. : : DEC. 19. 1861 jty A dispatch from Charleston S. C. eaya "patriotio planter on the sea board are hourly applying the toreh to their eropa of cotton and rice. Along the coast there ia one aheet of flame and smoke." What a most instructive warning ia contained in those few lines, and bow fearful the madnesa that like m epidemic seems to hare aeiaed upon the people of the "Sunny South." A glance at their situation when thia war first commenced, compared with their present hopeless rained condition, may sol be ont of place. Then, they were happy and prosperous beyond any peo ple under Hearen now, as unuttera bly miserable, and wretched aa it is possible for human nature to be. Then, with a monopoly of their peculiar agricultural productions, and the whole civilized world for a market, their rich men were increasing in wealth, their p...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 December 1861

LOST. On Saturday December 14, 1861, between a few rode east of the bridge over Mill Creek and the Public Sqoare, or between that point and the residence of Doctor Miller, corner of State and 4th street, a Colt's rerolrer, in pistol case or pouch. Any person returning the same to M. A; Warren of Stewart'a Cavalry at Point Pleasant, or at the Government telegraph office at Gallipolis, will beliberably rewarded. M. R. WARREN. CINCINNATI MARKET. SATURDAY EVENING, December 14. FLOUR A dull market, limited. Saperfne $4(8 4 05 and extra $4 10 (34 20; the Utter rate for family; 270 bbls extra told at $4 10, and 134 bbl enperfine at HOGS The receipU were light, being only 4,500, and the market opened brisk at $3 35 3 50, but the weather moderated decidedly to- - - - I ' 1 " . i r ward the alternoon, wnicu, wiiu ine nniira ble new from New York, eanaed the market to closed heavy, and $3 40 was an outside rate at the close. . GROCERIES The demand for Coffee is nnnA mi. full m-iees. Sales of 7...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 December 1861

To Whom taxes. R." T. - Sic Lor. James John-. -l: 15 James William 00 Lasrey Aritts If - do, Martin j W H A" r 4 Vvtin Henry A do RederWmC do '.same - do . 22 22 ' 1 25. 269 262 640 .'TV-7 5 25 5 26 5 32. 5 1 640 640 640- wr. 262 649 649. 640 262 640 . 62 649 640 640 640- 262 640- 262 262 640 649 262 640 643- 640 640 641. 262 640 640 262 640 643 649 640 640 . 649 262 640 - 643 640 WbittingtonPetal - .do - S PR TXG FIELD Towssaip. Clark John - 15 Crippe Tig L do 17- Cherrington James ,. do Clark Wm -'do Dalanev Wm do Evans Win do Fee Miwet heir ? :: do Fee Henry " ' do Glass burn John do' Gwiq Mary do Howe HE ... do ' same ! -' ' do Johnson Robert do J arret HAW do Johnson Samusl jr do Jaakson James A do ' Johnson Jsmes do . PuindexterMerideth 'do Riy Geo W do' Riwsell Siinucl B do" SiMon B . . . do same , " T' 5 " do Stirrer Sarah ' do S-iiith Geo - -" '- '. ' do ' WeedWm . , do WatkinS Wm heirs : do! 19 24 S3. 940 ' " S4 27,29 - 11 24, 24 : 24- 21.15 30 2152 21,22. 30 18 10 24 24 "...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 December 1861

I JT- , . T - . - .AND.POPHIETQR. v G A I, L IPOL "TEU-IUi AUD; JUSTICE." ' IS O fllfe iVE CEMBE R 2C. 1 8 G 1 . $l:50rIN ADVAKCE. Number -.6. Sm storm, . ' i, Ber eye are readmfr th4 em Mrs, But her heart is off to the war, For she knows whathose brave fellows Are gallantly fighting for. Her fineers as well as her fancy Are cheering them on their way, Who, under the good old banner. Are saving the country to-day. She ponders how in her childhood Her grandmother used to tell The story of barefoot soldiers Who fought so long and so well: And the men of the Revolution Are nearer to her than us. And that, perhaps, is the reason Why she is toiling thus. She cannot shoulder a musket, - Nor ride with the cavalry erew. But nevertheless she is ready To work for the boys who do. And yet in official dispatches That come from the army or fleet, Her feats may have never a notice. Though ever m mighty the feat So prithee, proud owner of muscle, Or purse-proud owner of stocks, Don't sneer at the ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 December 1861

5ALLIP0LIS JOURNAL. IDITID ASD PUBLTBBID BT JA.TIES HARPER, fyt $1.50. invariably in advance R. L. STFSCART. AwasTAjrr Tom. GVLLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. DEC. 2. 1861 The panio in Wall street and tLe Eastern cities generally, occasioned by tbe Europa's near, baa in a great men iure subsided. The whole thing was evident! gotten up by the cotton and stock brokers, aided by the English pa pers predicting rations things, certain ly to crush oat this free Government, sweep oar little nary from the seas, blockade oar ports, open those of the South, and recognize her independence, ice. Thus far, like many other predic tions, they have not proven true, nor do appearances now, justify their speedy verification. That the British Ministry would willingly bring on a war, we bae no doubt. The aristocracy re quire for their comfort and safety, that the numbers of the common people should be depleted by destructive wars. The impending danger of cotton riots might be averted by the warlike efforts to obtai...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 December 1861

Fobtrms Uoo, Dec. 19-A flag of truce brought a copy of tbe Norfolki Day Book." There is " We, however, extract the following? PniiiKtiiti. S. C.'Dee. 19. ine Mereurv this morning, says the Feder- Ajercurj. mis m B fort and Port alist, now OCWPy a to Royal Island, with a forte supposed to be 6.000. . ' . " Thev hare erected a battery near ... t..1 Srr. of twelve 12-poun- i"T '..'In,! are throwing OD arn 6 ' , . , menu on fori ftoyai isianu. i "Vrmrted that a Federal launch V onr trOODS. and eeTen . . - onr ft alette la informed vieral soldiers en . Zollicoffer'a ar j reading Lincoln's no longer bear soutb, and were ust the Abolition ty- win MM. 13. HOUlin? OBS ,, ,et been heard from the stone fleet. 1 . r .1,. P,i Pno.l ernedition i n II a Sj UI kliu av ws r 1 1... Snnth Txhe Norfolk Day Book he. a report that Mr. C. F. Adams, United btates Minister demanded his passporU on the ( announcement of the Queen's procN-l nation. - ., I The health of Vice rresiaeni oie-j chens ia much Impro...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 December 1861

To TTknc tAxza. X. TV Sn, James John - 15 5- , S3 Junes William ' do 6 22 Eaaley Arias 1T d 9 - t Martin J W 4 E A do 6- Martin Henry A do' " 5 ' - 25 RaderWmC do 5 26 V same do S 33 Whittiaeton P et al do 5 - 1 " SPRINGFIELD TOWSSHIF Clark John .- IS Cripps Wn L do Cherrington James do Clark Vm do Delaney Wm do Evans Wm do Pee Moses heirs do Fee.Henry do Glassharn Joho ' do Gwjn Harr do Howe H R do .. same do Johnson Robert do Jarret HAW do Johnson Samuel jr do Jackson James A do It 14 19 24 '33 9,10 - 34 27,28 11 . 24 24. 24 21.15 30 6 2129 6 21,22 Johnson James .do I - 30 Poindexter Merideth r do $ 18 Ray Geo W do 8 ' 10 Russell Samnel B do 6 24 Eiaaon B . do 6 24 same do 6 18 Sawyers Sarah do 6 24 Smith Geo . do 6 IS WeedWm do 6 21,27 Watkins Wm heirs do 6 33 MORGAN TOW2TSHIP. Anderson Thomas 15 7 Barbour HC do 7 Barton Austin do 7 Baxter Thornton do ' 7 Butcher Jaeob do 7 Brown J W do 7 Bailey James do 7 Caldwell Jacob do 7 Clause Henry do 7 Clark Andrew A do 7 Erwin Francis do...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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