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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 11 April 1861

THE vwwaitsj afc j THE J3AI.D AND GRAY. Manv.mce the ureal dn-covery if Prof Wouilf"lM utieiiiptoil not only io imiiute his restorative, but profess to have discovered noiuclhini! lh..L would produce results iden tical; but they have all come and gone, be jnr carried atvny by the wonderful results? ol Prof. Wood's preparation, nnd have been forced to leave the field to its resistless sway Rend the following: Bath, Maine, April 18th, 1859. Prof. 0. J. Wood &. Co: Gem: The let Jcr I wrote you in lnfiO concerning ynr val uable Hair Restorative, and which you have punished in this vicinity nd el.-cwhere, bin given rie to numerous enquiries 'oiiching the lads in Hie case. The enquiries are. first, is it a fact of my habitation and name. ik Mated in tlie communication ; second, it, h true ol all tlierein conlaii ed; tmrd, d es mv hair still continue to be in good order and oi natural color To a!l I can and do answer invariably yes. -My hnir is even better than in any Mage of my life f...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 18 April 1861

Btvoki to polities, iCitcrature, Agriculture, Srimcc, illoraiitu, auit cucral Intelligence. VOL 20. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA? APRIL 18, IS61. NOtl3. t Published by Theodore Schocfc. TERMS. Two dollars per annumin advance Two doil irs an.l a quarter, half yearly and If not paid be fore the cud of the year, Two dollars and a iMlf. No oipersdisp.odtiniied until nllarrearagcsatcpajd, except it tlie option of the Editor. Cr li'crtisemcnts of onesqiiarc (ten lines) or less, one or three insertions, $100 Each additional inscr ton35.cenls. Longer ones in proportion. JOB PRINriKG. liavingi general assortment of large, plain and or-na-riehtal Tyjte, c arc prepared to execute every de scription of Cards. Circulars, Hill Heads, Notes. Blank Receipts, Justices. Legal and other Blanks, Pamphlet?- Sec, prin ted with neatness and despatch, on reaaonahlctenns nt this office. i BE CAREFUL OF YOUR, MONEY. When life is full of health and glee, Work, work as busy as a bee ! And take tins gentle hi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 18 April 1861

Sl)c 3ctTcvsonian. THUESDAY, APRIL 18, 1861. 07 On the outside of this paper will be found the reasons that induced certain Dum ocrnts to ote fur the commutation of the Tonnage tux. and also for the relief of the Suuhury and Erie Railroad Company. We think the reasons nssigned by thosr Democrats arc sound, and ought to be sulfi cienl to satisfy any reasonable, intelligent person who comprehends the matter, that they have faithfully represented the interests of the State, in voting1 for those measures. The Adjutant General of Penn Bjlvania, has isued his orders to the sev eral Division officers of the State, to res pond to the call of the President upon the Governor for sixteen Regiments. Gen. liurnet, as will bo seen by Bri gade Orders, this day published, is pla oiiig bis Brigade in readiness. We trust there will be a prompt and hearty response to the Gencrl's call. The Government must be sustained, and it is the part of every good and loyal citizen, to bold his love of country iu ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 18 April 1861

SPRING. BY THKBAUD OFTME EASTON HALL OF FASniON tOld Winter's term is over, Yourig-Spring her reign begins: "The early bird, in lively strains, jTLlcr inauguration sings.r - .The streams loosed, from their ice-chains, twAro bounding o'er tlie lea: And waked from their long winter sleep, " Come forth the ant and bee. .jThe tiny plants and grass blades, r,rPut on their robes of green -i';ri$now drop and sweet anemone, r Appear in beauteous sheen. The herds are lowing gaily, As they crop the spring-time food: The matron hen, in joyous tone, Calls forth her little brood. The flocks, with spreading pinions, Haste to the waters brim: Scan for a while its rippling waves, Then lightly o'er them skim. " -3y gladness, grace and beauty, Come forth at Nature's smile; Jlan loo, comes forth renewed in looks, From the clothing store of Py.'e. 03-The handsomest assortment of Ready Made!C.Iolhing and piece oods ever seen in ISsbton is now on exhibition, at Pyle's Great Easton,Hal! of Faahion, opposi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 18 April 1861

THE Only Discovery Worthy of any confidence for RESTORING THE BALD AND GRAY. Many, since the great discovery of Prof Wood, have allempicd not only to imitate Ins restorative, but protess to hnve discovered Miinething that would produce results iden tical; but the have uli come and gone, be inr curried nwnj by the wonderful results ol Prof. Wood's preparation, and have been forced to leave the held to its resistless sway Reud the following: Buth, Maine, April 18th, 1859. Prof. 0. J. Wood &. Co: Gents : The Id ler I wrote you in 1856 concerning your val uable Hair Restorative, and which you have published in this vicinity and elsewhere, has given rise to numeroas enquiries touching the 1acls in the case. The enquiries are, first, is it a fact of my habitation and name, f.e stated in the communication ; second, is it true of all therein conluii -ed; third, does my hair still continue to be in good order and ol natural color I To all I can and do answer invariably yes. JUy hair is e...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 25 April 1861

ScuotcD to politics, fitcvctturc, Agriculture, Sciuuc, illoralitij, anb (general 3ntclliqcncc. VOL 20. Published hv Thftnd nrn Sfinii. TERUS.Two dollars per annummndvance-Tuo oat b" No iMpoMdiicontinued until allarreaiagcsaiepaid, .E7A-Irertisemente of oncsquareCtei.lincOor, ton one n. 25 cents! ! . - JOB Et8 tIavlngaqcneralassort.ncni..flargp,plainandor- ecriptiIn S"pe" mearc p' execute cver4 ae ?Am8 card. : Ci"cuul.mi &JSL t aut Livu, Justices. Legal and oihcrnuiiks. Pamphlets &i-..f.riu- XZiMsomc reasonahictenns I'M WAITING FOR THEE. Down by the merry brook That runs throiih the vale, Where blossoms the roses And lillies so pain, Where the clover sweet scented Perfumes all th air, And hlue-eyed forjrei-ine nots Ar blo.ouiinjr th'tef Down the shady dell, ' ' Under the tree, At bright dawn of day, Iain waiting for thee. Out in the arbor 'Neath low creeping vines" That over the lattice So lovingly entwines, Where the perfume of flowers'' Floats ou the uir, And nature is love...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 25 April 1861

THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 18G1. (r-The editor of this paper wna Inst vreh appointed Post Master ot" Stroudshurr. We would lake this occasion to say that we feel very pr.ileful to thnpc who en j.cnerousIy pro cured for us the appointment. It will be our earnest endeavor to discharge the duties of the office to the satisfaction of all. The SteamEoat Project Revived. We learn by Hi" IhM. number ot me Mil .ford Herald, that n irenllenmi fnim Pitts- burs; having experience in the nu vijratiun of -rivers, wall inspect the clwnnel of the Dela ivnrn fmm P.irl JtTVIS to ElMotl. It it the inlcnlitn of tin Company to vioronidy prow the mailer forward, a fid as speedily as ptt. bid",arrive ot a definite conclusion as to the practicability of navigating the Delaware. The War reeling. The marlitl spirit of the North is at last aroused. The roH'of the drum if? heard in every hamlet from the Pines nC Maine to lite plains of K-iiiBn?, and from Mason and Dix on', to the Canada line. Northern blood moves tl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 25 April 1861

4 Otffi COUNT AY. - iT TftEBARDOFTHE E ASTON I! ALL OF FASHION "Let those who make the quarrels Be the only ones to fijjht," . Is sentiment we can endorse, With all our heart and might. But who are the true offender?; " -In the secession move 1 . Those best deserving drubbing Appears difficult to prove. The South, in flaming language puts The blame upon the North, The North upon the factious South, Pours her invectives forth. Panic making, for the present, Seems to be newspaper forte, In every town and village, Men are joing a cohort. According to its counsels, .. To protect the nation's flag. (Of whose certain demolition Southern fanatics brag.) Men's brains grow wearied guessing At "Cabinet movements" all the while, To district their thots from gloomy themes,. Let them make a call on Pyle. 03-The handsomest assortment of Ready Made Pluthing and piece ooJh ever 'en in Easton is now on exhibition, at PyleV Great Easton Hall of Fashion, opposite the Eastern Bank. ale. By virtue of a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 25 April 1861

TtitWirfrt-aMrgriTTr-nwiBi napxmn n THE Only Discovery Worth) wf any rotifldeime THE BAi D AM GRAY. Many, since the great dn-cnvery of Pro' Woo.!, have attempted not only o imllntf his restorative, bul pro.ess to ha ve.i .sever-d H.11.01 il 11. .1 would ,ruce reM.lt i.leii- licnl; "f7 have all c,,me uml ""R' be' j,,.. earned owy by ihe ..:lorll re.-ulu- o lrof Wu.dV prrpanlioti, and have been torceti to hwvr. the field to its restless sway 'Read the foi.nw.ng: Baili. Maine, April lfith, lRr..). Pnf. 0. J- Wood & Co: G nt : The let )cr I wrote yon in concerning your val imoie llmr Restorative, uud which you hae piihli.-hed in Uus vicinity and elsewhere. u !.iven rise to Miimeru enquiries 'ouching The tacts in the ens. Tin enquiries re fir.-t. is it a fact ot my Imbibition I name. 2(. Mated m the cuinutuiiiciliou ; r-econd, is i true ill all tnerem coiii.ui d; "iro. d. e.- mi hair still cut miie to Ik- in j.o'd order and o natural color .' To all 1 can and do umwei invariably yes....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 2 May 1861

gp Njg&sSsks&a Pj ssig Willis ila $B0s EM Mw&z ScDotcfc tcr Ipolitics, literature, Qlgricitlturc, Srimrc, illoraiiii), anijnierd jJntclliacncc. VOL 20. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. MAY 2 ISGI, NO. 15 rp: i'nectiorc Schoc!:. doUti-s and iq-iHrtcr, half yearly mid if not paid be THnT5 Turn fin Hit rr nnrfinnnniin n .1 t-nnrr Ttt n lore in; eau oi inc year, i wi uuiinrN .uiu No ner Uscouiintied until allarrcaiagesatcpaid, oxrcpl at llic option of the Editni. !C7.V lverttsements of onefqtmre (ten lines) or less, one or three insertions, $ I 00. Each additional iiiser- ton.23 cents. Longer ones in proportion. lluvinq n seneritl assortment of large, plain and or n unenUl Type, w c arc prepared to execute every dc scnption ot r.ru circular?, Hill Heads, Notes. Rlank Keccints, Lf at this office. . War Movements in Philadelphia. Rivals in Patriotism-Our City Blazivg -r 7 - Trr T - with Zeal Armies of Women Regi ments of Muses Business Traitors. Philadelphia, April 23, 1S61. Pe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 2 May 1861

Km lc iWfcvsonian. THURSDAY, MAT2, 1861. 03Samuel Bossard has been appointed 'Post -Master of Bossradsiillc. SSy John Leforge has born appointed Pot Master in Milford, in place of John H. Wells removed. The War. The Federal Government seems fully aroused to the importance of the occa-don, and is putting forth its strength to stran gle this monster Rebellion. The Pres ident has called for 85,000 more troops, which, together with the 75,000 previous ly called for, and the 13,000 in the regu lar array, Kill give the Government a force of 178,000 troop, all of which will soon be in the field completely armed and ' equipped for service The Government oon get any number of troops it may call for; and as for money to defray the ex peuse of the war, it can easily get any a mount it may need. Wo aro somewhat deficient io arms at present, but tbey are being rapidly manufactured, and besides this wo expect a eupply very soon from Europe. The North has abundant re sources at its command, while ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 2 May 1861

SHEEEFFS SALE. By virtue of a writ of Vco. ex. de tcrris to mo directed, i?.ucd out of the Court of Coracaon Plean of Monroe County, I will oxposo to sale at public vendue, on Saturday, the 25 th day of May, inst., at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, at tho public houao of Charles Troeb, iu the Borouith of Stroudsburg, the following described real estate, to wit : A certain lot or piece of land, with the appurtenance.", situate in Chesnuthill township, Monroo County, adjoining land.s of Philip Goarhart, Lewis Decker, and others, containing Six Acres more or less all cleared. The Improvements are one two-itory about 22 by 40 feet, one Fraaso Hficbine shop about IS by 45 feet, one Frame Foundry about 22 by 30 feet, one Frame Blacksmith shop about 16 by 20 feet, one Frame Barn about 2! by 40 feet, one Frame Hog Stable about 10 by 12 feet, a well of water near the door, and a lot of fruit trees. There is a stream of wa ter passing through the premise:'. .ALSO, another tract or piece of land....

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 2 May 1861

THE scover Worthy of any confidence for " THE BALD AND GRAY. Many, since the great discovery of Prof Wood, 'ha re attempted not only to imitate his restorative, btit profess to have discovered hnrnctiiing that would produce results iden tical; but tliey have all come and gone, be ing carried away by the wonderlu! results ol Prof. Wood's preparation, and have been lorced to lea re the field to its resistless sway Read the following: Bath, Maine, April 18th, 1859. Prof. O. J. Wood & Co: Gcnls.: The let lor 1 wrohe you in lb5G concerning your val uable Hair Res-torative, and which you have published in this vicinity and elsewhere, ha uiven rise to numerous enquiries touching the lacls in the case. The enquiries are, first, is it a fact of my habitation and name, as stated in the .communication ; tecona, ih l true of all therein contained; third, does my hair fitill continue to be in good order and ol natural color I To all I can and do answer invariably .yes. My hair is even better...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 9 May 1861

0 fraMywmM reijirorosag ii n a, hii ..j.e .i, j mw j. fc L t f M1 IML H,,,inrinxiniiMii;i '"""""TTTrnnwrgirM-rm -jmljujjlji ii Scuotcir ta fltolitirB, itcvainrc, Otgricnltua, Scinut, JHoraliij), cm cncral Intelligence. VOL 20. Published by TliCGdorC ScItOCh- !, tIie purposes of tlie Government. This! The Urger part of this body returned di terms. Two dollars per nnmimin advance Two D,U8t b(J attained, peaceably if possible, but rcotly to Philadelphia; but many of them dollars and a (yiartcr, half yea rlj- and if 'not paid be- by force of arms if not accorded. were forcibly detained in B-ihimore- snrnP fore the end of t lie vcar, Tivo dollars and ii half. J . . - . . nuiu iuiuiui; uiuiuiu iu uaiumore, some XMwpefNdUeontinued tmiiiaiiarrcaiiigcsaicpaid, A le time ih past Jor temporizing or for- of them wore thrust into prison, and oth crj.lK tllis rebellion the most crs have not yet reached their homes, "on cheniV"?onS? onc"in n?SSrtSUoi,Ml h'SCr". .C8Usc!us ,n history. The North has ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 9 May 1861

5SS THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1861. THE WAR. . The war movements arc as rapidly ap nroacliin'j a focus as possible. The volun teers are rushing into the service of their country from the North, East and West. rpu nnt.l..i 5cm nf llin mneePS ItllOWS tH bounds. All are bent on saving the Govern . . r-nr hnn,ic nf t)w hnse traitors, who infill iiuui inu imuuo ui ." lonir since have been plotting the destruction of the Union, in order to grainy me.r inb.ni ate ambition. The hydra-headed monsterp 1 who head this unprovoked, suicidal and well ed rebellion, are entirely void of every true impulse of patriotism, and care nothing for their country except so far as they can make it subservient to their vile, selfish ends. Bui a fearful retribution is surely awaiting them. A lliunder cloud of patriotic indigna ' tion is havering over their heads, and will suddenly hurst in their midst, with terrific effect. The troops are moving on to various points, and arc ready for a collision at any moment. The reb...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 9 May 1861

Qr Agents Wanted to sol! the Erie Sew -T Machine. We will give a commiss or pay wnges at from 23 to 60 per month and expenses paid. J he hiun is a new ma chine, and very simple in its construction. A diploma was awarded our Machine by the Industrial Association of Farmers to AI cciinn ics, held at Cliauibcrsbunr, Pa, at its e.hibi lion in 18G0, over the Grovcr to Baker, and Boudoir Machines. It is equal to any u.a chine in use. and the price is but liltecu dot lars. Address II. JAMES, General Agent E S. M. Co., Milan, Ohio. March 1-1, 1501. Cm. DIED. In Stroud township, on the 27th April, Daniel G. Smith, aged 24 years i) mouths and S uajs. TSSTisTTMay T , 1861 Samuel Dennis rs Andrew Siorm, .losiah Dennis vs. Andrew Storm. James Ji. Walton. Administrator of C. J Walton, dee'd vs. Benjamin Singer 'Levi Dewm and Jane his wife et. al. vs Emanuel Corinchl and Martin Cortrijjht. Manassah Miller, Nathan Frantz and Si mon Labari5. James N. Hurling and Wil Ham S. While, implicated with Ale...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 9 May 1861

THE scovery WortSsy of aaay confidesscc for THE BALD AND GRAY. Many, since the great discovery of Prof Wood, have attempted not only to imitate his restorative, but profess to have discovered cnn,nti.;nT that would produce results ulen- tical ; but they have all come and gone, be ing carried away by the wonucnui results 01 Prof. Wood's preparation, and have been forced lo leave the field to Us resistless sway. Read the following: Bath, Maine, April ISth, 1859. Prof. O. J. Wood & Co: Gents.: The let W T wrote vou in 1856 concerning your val uable Iluir Restorative, and which you have published in this vicinity and elsewhere, has given rise to numerous enquiries touching the facts in the case. The enquiries are, first, is it a fact of my habitation and name, as stated in the communication; second, is it r..n f ll tl,frmn contained: third, dees my dill rnntmuc to be in good order and of nntur;.l color J To all I can and do answer invariably yes. My hair is even better than ?n nnv K...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 16 May 1861

. irk tt vj-a Scuotcir to fltolitics, literature, Agriculture, Srimcc, JHoralitu, aub cucvqI .Intelligence. VOL 20. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. MAY 36, 1S6I. NO. 17 1 MMssfS w? msssm m$au mmti&g? ismami jswiMegMKM ssss&ar rasn Published hy Theodore School? . TERMS. Two ilollsirs per nnnumin advance Two dollars and h quarter, Half vcarly and if not paid be fore the c:i l of the year, Two dollars and a half. No !ioerIisrv)iUiniicd until allarrearagcsaicpaid, except at the option of the Editor. 1CT Advertisements of ono square (ten lines) or less, one or three insertions, SI 00. Each additional iniei J.oiii 25 cents. Longer ones in proportion. 3GB PRBNTSSG. "llavins ;i "enentl assortment of large, plain and or namental Type, u, c arc prepared to execute every dc Ecriplion of Cards, Circular?, Hill Ih-ads, Notes, filank Receipts, Justices, Legal and other Hlanlis, Pamphlets- fee, prin ted with neatness and Jcspatch, on reasonublcterms this office. BANKING LAW. An Act Requiri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 16 May 1861

)c Scffcrsonian. THURSDAY, HAY 16, 1861. Important. On tho 4th of April lat we commenced tho publication of on ad vertisement, headed "the Bcdugger," for Messrs. Shaw & Clark, Biddeford, Maine. -Our nnrf if thn nnnfMCt haS. tbUS far vu. been complied with. The Captain is anx iously waitinp in bis office for the advcr tiser to comply with theirs. Will they do sol That's the question. Hag Raising. The citizens of Cherry Valley, to the number of about 100, bended by Hon. An drew Storm, Peter Shaw, Casper Mctzgar and others, attested their loyalty to the Federal Union, on last Saturday by rais- iot a large and beautiful National Flag at Stormsville After the Flag was rais ed amid hoarty cheers, an impromptu meeting was organized, Judge Storm pre hiding; when speeobes wero made and National songs sung. We trust that the good example set by the patriotic citizens of Siorinsvillo aud vicinity, will be emu lated, and that every village in the coun try will soon have a National Flag. The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 16 May 1861

DIED. In Stroad township, on the 16th inst., Mrs. Susan van vliet, wifo of John Van Vliet, aged about 50 years. 0C7 Agents Wanted toseli the ne oe . . . o met Machine. We win commission or pay wages at from $2. and e.vnenscs naid. The chine, and very 6imple A diploma was awarded our Machine by the Industrial Association oi farmers to Wcchan lion in 1SG0, over the Grover & Baker, and iw, iiuiu ui -u-i,, , uv . wu.ui t-..j-: tvi .:,. ti .-- 1 . u;nn;n mco nn,i iL nri .... Rf," i-i lars. Address R. JAMES, General Aent J . J.W. Uo., JMilan, Uliio. March 14, 16GL 6m. Jury List, May T. 1861. GRAND JURORS. Barrelt Richmond Compton, David S. Bisbing, Madison Price. Tobthannah Andrew Eschenbnch. Chcsnnlhill Joseph Bronir. Frederick Siglin. Coolbaugh Joel B. Vliet. F.lrlriJ Pntnr Jones. Jacob Frantz. Hamilton Amos Rouse, Philm Smith. M. SmiWeW-Bcnjamin Depue, Henry Overfield. Pocono Thomas E. Heller, Casper Metz- gar. PoZA: Elias Troch, Joel Kresge. Ross Jacob Stocker. Siroud Thomas W. Rf...

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