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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 3 December 1841

NOT THE GLORY OF ROME. n T" C! A . W V r n. - . j u v A' 11 U w B Ii r A II B OP BY II. B. STAGY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, isil. LILY SYRUP. -! unparralhd remedy for Diseases of the. Lungs, Consumption, Coughs, Influenza, Colds, Asthma, Spitting of Wood, Hooping Cough, fyc. i$ TO THE 1'UM.IC. In presenting to the pill lie a new re'ine-dy for disci bus ol the lungsjt ni.i y I u proper to ay (hat, judging from the many icrtitie'ales ami roecoiiiuiend.itinns of oilier spi-oilies contained in the newspapers ol'thc day 'no new remedy wasrallel for or required. II it if i!ie 'popular remedies liatl materially le.encl the bills of 'mortalilv, or nny one of the many preparation pos. 'tcscd those virtue- recommended, so that after a fair trial, the patient could depend upon its helling power-, ami rationally hope fur n speedy recofcry ol health, 'this huinl le attempt to arrel the progress ol'Pulmo h'Zty Consumption would not have appealed. Hut that the victim of ibis destroy...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 3 December 1841

CHINA. Altliougli tlio lust arrival from England brought us 119 furllicr accounts of tho opera tions of tho English forces against Canton, yet do the English papers wo received by the steamer C.tlc.loui.i, contain several Indi cations of the intentions of tlio now adminis tration towords the Celestial Empire. And those, would seem to us, to portend a deter mination on the part of the present moinhors of the Hritish governmunt to carry out fully tlio views of thoir predecessors, and probably to give to tli;m a still further 0 t -nsior. We see that volunteers from the Royal Artillery, to serve in China, aro called for, and it is udded that a great number had come forward that a new description of projectile weapon had been tested at the Arsenal at Woolwich, and icing found highly cffoclivo, a quantity had heen ordered for service in China. It should also bo recollected that recently in his place in thu Ilousa of Lords, the lluku of Wellington declared that tlio conduct of the Chinese ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 3 December 1841

T li V. M A II K E T. Wttttrn Pork Market. The St. Louis Era or 30th uit, sayst It Is staled in the Springfield Journal that it thousand pork lings can fcofiurchnsed in Taze well county, Illinois, in llirco days, it a dtdlir nn 1 n lialfpcr liundrcil. Tho same price rules elsewhere, and tlioso who arc liuyins liero do not mvo more than 1,50. It is hardly probable that much advance will 1c made upon this price. Cincinnati, the grcntcsl Pork market in the West, in the present condition of nflhirs in Ohio, in relation to her llinks, will hardly lie able to engage to any very great extent in the pur chase of pork. As tho Hanks limit withhold the fa cilities heretofore extended to iho pork buyers, tho stock will either not find a market at all or n very small price must bo paid to the raisers. Added to litis there is a very largo amount of last ycar'sjiork yet on hand ! in the city of .Vow York alone, there arc 40,000 barrels in the market for sale. Posit is selling, in ihis market, at 8...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 3 December 1841

A TRUE STORY NO FICTION. From (he Buffalo Commercial Advertiser. A hunt tluou weeks since, 11 pretty nml inter esting young vvemtn, with two fine: children, of llii! liens of one nml three yours, culled nt the ollko of onrrity dull;, iiiqniiinp fur the Muynr. Tlmt oflker was nbsent- but tier sorrowful ilemeniior spoku so iiflbi-tiiily In Iibi- lielnlf, nml tilthum-li evidently in lumililo life, she seemed so inlulligenl mid unassum ing in l,er ilisttoss, that Mr Lacy, (lie clerk, wns led to nsk this oinisu oflier troubles, when she told him lier hrief slorj. .She s. lid her liiis!i;ind whoso namo wns Evnns left their native place lirccknnck, in Wslcs-, it year ago to seek a new home for thorn in Amciica, leaving thrni to follow when ho should have found the tlcsiietl sjiol, and earne 1 I'm means to enable them to make the journey. Ho finally settled ut Oak Hill, J.i. Lien rniinlv. in tho Southern nart of the State of Ohio, a'. ere ho nm ..id i:n ,i-i.'.- . lv it Ins t 'atle, that of...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 10 December 1841

not tub QLony or o'IqTa n, cox t h a w b & r a n b o r 7 o m e. BY If. B. STACY. - BURLINGTON, VERMONT,. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1841. -T ' . . . tin, ii vn vi LILY SVRTTP Anwiparralled remedy for Diseases of the Lungs, Consumption, Coughs, Influenza, Colds, Asthma, Slotting of Wood, ITooping Cough, t)'c. TO THE PUBLIC. In presenting to the put lie a now remedy lor disea ses Of the Iunz8.it lllav I e limner In sni' ll.-.f ,. ,,u;.. from the many certitiiules mul reeconimendations of I tuner pcciiius i-oniainej lil l no newspapers nltliu day no new remedy was called for or required. 1J it iftbe popular remedies had materially lo-sene.l the hills ol mortality, or nny one of the many preparation- pos. essed those virtues rccommraJeJ, so that after n fair trial, the paticntcoiilddepcnd upon it, healing power, and rationally hope for a gpeeJy recovery ol hoiltli, thu humble attempt to nrre.-l the progrc-s ofPulmo iiary Consumption would not have appealed. But that the victim ofthi. dest...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 10 December 1841

ssrf Washinciton, Nov. 30, 1811. To Editors of Kcio York Eiprcss: llio samo paper my old friend Mr. Dwight printed a spell ago. Mr. Editors, Wo have bon,n11 hands on us, as busy ns beavers lor llio last ten days getting the Message ready for congress, and if 1 don't miss my guess you will say, when you como to road it, that it is about as com plelo a national paper as over left the White House ; and if any man can find a hook about it to pull any part on't down, you may depend ho is no sound American but one who would rather see tho country ruinated than not, just for tho sako of grumbling and complaining of Capting Tyler. The Cap- ting goes on the principle that tiiero may be something good even in a Sub Treasury or in a Bank and so lie takes the notion of only chopping off and gutting out the worst parts of buth systems, and hammering the good ofboth into one lump. It is a pretty hard matter to please every body, but this is a wido and long country, and folks living in onn corner ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 10 December 1841

The Mississippi Union Bank is hopelessly insolvent 'and hns mado an nssinntnent of all her elfecis to her' Presidont, (Elliot,) Onshior, (Clopton,) nnd Attorney, '(Scott.) This was done for the benefit of nil Iter cred itors, and to savelho wreck of her fortunes, She was ucu in tno Kcusral l.ouri tor about 8300,000. Her circulation is near two millions two liuiidrcd thousand dollar. Sho gives each assignee S 1,000 per annum, in specie or its equivalent. With good management, her circulation may eventually 'be paid. Tltcwholo lock is sunk. Her paper is now selling-tit lliirty-fivo cents to the dollar. I havo been n subscriber 'to your paper for more than twenty vears. I am n nativcof Vlririnia. turn not nnd never havo been n stockholder or debtor of tlio Mississippi Union llanu. I ncvor requested it to loan money to myself or friends. As Senator, I vo - ted against its charter, nnd always havcopposed pledg ing tho faith of the state for banking purposes. At l ho ri-kof my life nnd po...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 10 December 1841

Prom P. Know It's New Piny of "Old Maids." GAMBLING. 'To say tho least, it never can consist With proper manhood to enjoy tho thing Was not one's own an hour ago, and accord Not his own merit now lias won liim I then, To wnxrich by nnolliei's poverty My pillow for tho sleep it eivcth me To rob another man's I How could I lay My head upon it 7 when I feast, tho bread That loads my board to Icavo another's bare, Ay, ofnerust, pcihnps! How could 1 touch it To go nbrond and show tho witness sun My fullncssnt such destitution brought As robs that sun of light anil heat to nno Who yesterday rejoiced in tlieni nnd blessed tlicin ! Cm ho who games lino feeling I Ves, he may I Dut 1 old r in my ti.ittd he had it not 1 Tor I eslicni bun preferable far, In rata of manhood, that has not a heart, Than bo that has, nnd makes vilonseofit I Tho olio is tru'tor unto nature, which Tho other can't bo called I Weir it my lot In somn unguarded moment of caprice, Forirclfulncss, or aught that renders ono...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 17 December 1841

NOT TUB GLORY or CjBSAR) BUT THE WELFARE OP ROME. VOL. XV. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17,1841. No. 28. LILY SYRUP. An unparralhd remedy for Diseases of the Lungs, Consumption, Coughs, Influenza, Colds, Asthma, fitting of Blood, Hooping Cough, Sfc. ff. TO TUB 1'UM.IC. In presenting to the public a new remedy for eh'sea e of (lie luiiffs.it mav be Droncr to mi Ihal. indiTi'ii" 'from tlie many certilicales anil recconimendations of other specinca ouiuaini'd m the newspapers nrthe clay no new remedy was called for or roipiiicd. lint if the .'popular remedies hail materially Ic-scncd the lulls of 'mortalilVi or nny one of the many preparation" pos. scssed those virtue recommended,' so that after a fair 'trial, the patient could depend upon its healing power-, 'and rationally hope for a speedy recovery nl lieallh, 'this hunilile attempt to arrest the progress of Pulmo nary Ceinsiiniplioti would not have appeared. Uut that the victims of this destroyer arc daily in creasing, nee...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 17 December 1841

FOREIGN. Tho Acadia steamer, arrived nt Boston on tho 8th inst. bringing Liverpool papers to the 19 tilt. GREAT BRITAIN. -Tlio English papers announce, with most ridiculous parade and nauseating particu larity, tho birth of THE PRINCE OF WALES an event which took place on tho Dili of November, at tin minutes to eleven o'clock, procisely. Tho "illustrious infant" is pronounced a "remarkably fino, full-grown, robust, well-proportioned and healthy child." Ho is lodged in an apartment adjoining that of tho Qucon ho breakfasts nl half past seven, and is dressod immediately after wards 1 The Ministry wore assembled on tho an nunciation of the Queon's illnoxs tho royal infant was carried round to all tho distin guished personages at the palace, somo of whom were permitted to touch it and, pre duly at a few minutes after two o'clock, a royal salute of forty-one guns was fired from St. James' Park to annouueo the auspicious event to tho public. A Liverpool paper says tli6 surnamo of Frinco A...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 17 December 1841

Communication. Ma. Editor. -If you have a spare corner In your paper, i snail Be glaa to occupy it with a few sugges. tiont on a topic which cannot fail to possess an in tercsl for the pcoplo of Burlington, if thev arc netua ted by feelings which have found a homo in the fcrcasts of many of our countrymen. I allude to the establishment and decoration of a rural Cenicicry in (ho vicinity of this village. It is to nio a matter of no little surprise that whilo these beautiful and appropn nto depositories foftho ashes of the dead have been rapidly multiplying among the flourishing villages and populous cities of the Slates, Vermont cannot boast of a single instance of n union among the hvm; to pay this most fit and touching of all tributes to the memory of the deal. and to provido for their final resting place, a spot whose natural and artificial love liness shall detract from tho feeling of gloom and loneliness, which chills the heart at the idea of being laid down to sleep in a dreary...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 17 December 1841

CONOltESS. The first tegular session of the Twenty, eventh Congres was opened on Monday by lie simple annunciation, in the Senate, by he Piesident of that body, that minoram tvas present, and in the iloiio of Hcprcpcn tatives by calling over the loll of member." lo ascertain the fact. There being no officers to be elected at this H-seion, except the Chaplains, who urc cho sen annually, both Houses proceeded at once to interchange messages and to appoint a joint committee to wait upon the President and apprize him of the organization of the two Houses, and of their lendiness to receive any communication from him. On the meeting of the two Houses on Tuesday, at li o'clock, the annual Message of the f'icsident was received and lead. MESSAGE. To the Senate and House of Itoprcscnta tives of the United States : In coming together, fellow citifiiMo enter again upon the dbchaigc of the duties with which the people lime chuigcd usfccverally, we find gieat occasion to rejoice in the gene ral ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 December 1841

VOI. XV. JJI'ULIWI'ON, .Git -.ION T, FRIDAY, DECEMBER -m" 18-11. M No. 29. " v -w Consumption, Onusis, Influenza, Culds, Asthma, Spitting of Blood, Hooping Cough, fyc. TO Till! ITIIUC. In precntius In lln nihlir .1 nmiTun.. t,. r,,. ,i:., r oni i "' . "r ' . ,tlT'r l a' l,',,, ""'S"1-' An, WW' .an unpnrrallca remedy for J)iscascs of the . . . . . ' . '. " ' '! tui ui'i.t-H'tl' oihr.n,.,., , m 1 :7. '.. . -"'""'"'-'i"'n- ii , . , , ,,,, ,ic . ij irM OI IMe ,uv ( 1tn tipw -em... In .i,-, .. nn .. I -. . 1 ., J tioiievvremc.lv wa-calleJ furor req-iiiul. I! ii iftho ,iopular remeJie. had materially Icsene.l the lull-, of mortality, or any one of ilie many preparation pn. scs-ul those virtue reoumntciidod, .mint afiira f.iir trial, the pa-tent co il I depend upon it. hi-nlfns power-, ;nJ rationally hopu for a spec ly recovery ol lieillh, thi humt le nlleiiijit to arre.t the prosit-is ofPulino-naryCun-imiplion wn ilc1 not have appealed. Hut that llic i leum of ihi dcirnvcr are daily in-t-...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 December 1841

THE UI0I1T or SEARCH. rosi this n. v. TnniCNn. Tho correspondence on tliis subject between Lord Palmerstou nml tlio late Minister lu Great liritnin, is exceedingly full and interesting We present ticlow the principal points in each ollici.il communication. I. Lord l'.ilmcrston writes to Mr. Stevenson acknowledging tlio receipt from liim of two jiotop, complaining of the search and detention mi tlio coast of Alnca of the U. States vessel Douglas by II. 11. M. brig 'Termagant, Lieut. Seagram. Lord l'almcrston ackuowlcelges that 'the detention of a U. K. slava-trading- vessel is in tlio abstract irregular,' bat alleges a special agreement between the commanding officers of II. M. ships on tho const with commander l'aync, of tlio U. .V. Navy, fur (.enrolling and detaining rhips found trading-in slaves, and proceeds to the proof that the Douglass was a slave-trading II. Lord l'almcrston again writer to Mr. Stevenson acknowledging the receipt of a note complaining of the seizure and deten...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 December 1841

flexible. Ho sneaked nway, inglorious!', from llic path of duty which lie had himself marked out, and absented himself from his seat. Wo have tho following account of tlio proceedings of Friday, from tho Nashville Banner: I'rooresi or Tn Factiosists. The factionists and destructives in our Legislature still persist in their unhallowed work of disorganization. Yesterday, os the day previous, the twelve destructives in the Sen nle declined meeting the House of Representatives in Convention to elect a Senator to Congress, in confot' mity with Mr Sneaker Turncy a resolution, which had passed both branches of tho Gcncrsl Assembly. The twelve Whig Sensors, however, obeyed the reso lution, ns tlicy had done on tho day previous, and met the House of Representatives, lint where was Mr Speaker Tjrncy, tlio author of tho resolution, the presiding officer of tho Convention on Thursday, nnd who then adjourned the Convention to meet again yesterday 1 Where was he yesterday when the Con vention mo...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 December 1841

"HetjuchoJ his harp, nnil inlionj heard, entranced. Fn 111 the Democratic ltcv i iv for December. A DUE A.M. BV WILLIAM CTLLGsr BnVANT. I had a dream n Ftranr, wild dieam Saul a dtnr vmce nt rally hahl And ccn yet its ."billows set m Tu linger in my waking t iglit. Earth, crrcn with sprin?, and fresh wilh dew, And linulit with mnrn Ik lure me stood 1 And airs-just wakened sufil) blew On Hie joimg blossoms of the vvoid. Ends sing within tie t piouliiif; shade, . licishi tied amid the whitpcrini' jji aim en iiinn t rnlt ei as 1 hrv 1, Until Heside. the rivuleTs dniijii ny gfasg. r.it elimlicil the tun the flovu rs were llovvn i there played no chililiin in ihej-hiij I or some were c.onc, and some More frown lo Woon.iiij; d.imcstiiid bearded men. 'Tvvis roon, 'twas rummer I beheld Huodsdnhriiini: in thetlush nf ilav, And that l.nlil iivul. ( -; re-ul and "Hilled, A mighty stream, with cicok and biy. And hero was hue and there vva s 1 riff. And nii'iiriilul shouts and wu hful cries, And...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 31 December 1841

O I- O " V :. r VOL. XV. ' i 1 1 1 ii 1 1 an bi h IM I , '... . ' - - LILY SYRUP. I MTMfi vll UllHnrmtletl rcvirdll f,ir IHvr,ire- l' H 1 ,,,.., ... ' . - . ... " 'l- ",L J-l cure i iiorl'nrni iii I. ,..,,n,.'. .. . .. J Lungs, Consumption, Cowhs. Inilurn-n ll hl' lce" ol laud u-ed lor ilintv- year, wiih.rroit "r 1 "' "l" "' 1,0 trii,. raHL-!.-l ami Mill Colds. Asthma Snill fJ ll , V"'"-"'' ' ""'"" ' ' ' wtt" '"";''";'"aNon which tl.i- medic,,,,' ha.ucqair- . """'"i f'lttlllg of )loa(l,Vhv,vu.. C..iiii.upfinii,WI,.,npia iMirh-,ot in- l'ir""p'lu 11 I'm -ovy Hnsiaii'1 Suiii", nnl the main- Hooping Cough, fyc. ey. moil Cough., Cod., ,l,Hi -nil Uiealhtng, Inlltionz, ""'"',' I'1'' pc'rloi-nicd, ami tho a.eit .'email,! made iti, M.t. ,,t.; Ouui.v. Avilinii. Phil...... s,,,n,,,,. ,.r in i I.-...' ..' lor II by llioudviou ufiiliv-ieian well a ..-lim... u-,.l, In presenting lo tlicmihlie n Z I.. ,-. . I ncanf i he lmi.ri It mi.. I., . ......su ,u, , l"mtnS oihcr sncciiic'cnui.,,,,.. I ;,. "....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 31 December 1841

DEDATBS 1 N 0 O N G U K S S . Wajiiisotov, Hut;, t j, IS4I. The fifth rtsolutton was then read, and u as fol lows ! ". Il-uoteid, Tint o much thereof ns rclites to tl-c tariflTbe rcfitred to the com mitto on iniiiufncturcs. Mf Atherton moved to str'ko nit tho word "man .lfictures" and in-crt " wajs nnd means." tlo said tho eh.iirirt.in uf tin committee of ways and means Intended to reserve, to tliat cornmitteo onlv so much of tho int uj;o as til ited to the receipts anil expendi ture! of Government. This aim belonged to the com miltivi of wiys and means j hut if so much of the tintl' were referred tothocominilteoon mniufactiircs. it would he taking from the comniiilee of ways and litems their appropriito business nnd countenancing mo prmctp'a ut protection to its fullest extent. v,..il ' i .i i llouia from an elimination of lint part of the incs sige. lie should prefer to have the resolution luwli fied so as to rind, as folly ws: " Tliat so inn h thereof ns relates to niinuficlures,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 31 December 1841

fair cost of reuniting specio to the placo of payment, nor in any etiso exceeding two per cent. They may also purchase hills under certain regulations. 1st. Tho hills must be drawn on a placo not in the sama Stuto or. Turitory as thu placo of drawing, nor less than miles distant. 2d. They shall not he drawn payable at n longer date than 30 days' sight J nor if on places within jUO miles distance, longer than 30 days from date No grcator discount shall ho made on such hills than at tho rato of six per cent, per an num, together with the cost of remitting the specie, nor in any caso more than two per cent. Neither tho hoard nor any agency shall purchase any bill, drawn by any mem ber or officer of cither, or in which any mem ber or officer is interested ; nor receive a de iosilc of any money belonging to any officer or member. No purchase of a hill to be tnado by the board, hut with tho assent of two of its members, nor by any agency, but by the assent of two of its officers. No agenc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 31 December 1841

rtTV--.".J3! "lie touched his harp, and nation's hear J, entranced." TII13 l'IRATK AND Till DOVI3. " So nnnrtv moved win the piralc hy the nolcs of the ii Iinui IJovp, tlliconly -tin'liinij solum. lie linn ever hcaid dining his life of horrors) that through these plain lio note?, and thco nloni', he was indiicul to escape I'rnm 1 1 ii vessel, abandon hi lurlinlciit com panions and riturn to a family iliploriiig li.s a'-eenci-." Aitceon, Loso had ho dared the mighty t'eep, and heard it; waimns voice. By storms upraised, pnnounce his doom upon lii rccM. ss coiirr And yi i Hit' pirate hcedo t not the voice from ocean's cai ISut M;n id wiih Idood his daring path acrt ss the tuinny waic. Tucp- rein:;' il.k wlrch rent the air from 'neath nt luinus'i. il ki Ue, The tin illins nml qmik-ctillci prayer, of fear implo nnr lilei Thcsi b of Inni c nee, that lire kc rpon the midnight I'llnlll, V.'hcn Ii dli iod from its dreams awoke, to meet a wit ly t'jml). Were hut to him, familiar sounds, nol ...

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