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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 21 October 1853

y VOL. I. LOUDON, TENNESSEE, OCTOBER 21, 1853. NO. 49. riBLISIIKD WEEKLY BY JNO. W. & SAM'L B. O'BEIEU". Xtjftre on Cedar Street, Eat of the Puhlie Square. t fc"ERM.S Two Dullatis in advance; Two DoL lars and Fiftt Ck.vts in six months; Tkiiee Dol "Lahs at the expiration of tlic year . Advkrthf.mkxts inserted at $1 per snuare for tho Tirst, au J it) cents f..r e.-u-h gubscquett insertion. VKiniV RATES. Professionnl Cards-, (five lines.) 4...-.uvv. " . " (more than five lines,) Quarter of column..; ;.. .Half column ........ ()ne column .... Announcing candidate, (dvanc,)..v..v., UsS-Addrecs the Publishers, Pout-Paid. $ 5 10 75 ?3 LOUDON : FRIDAY, OCT. 2, 1833. THE "LOUDON FREE PRESS," For 1853. Having assumed the onerous and responsible duties of public journalists, we feel the just de sire io iticroase the circulation of our paper, as it will not only increase our capabilities of doing good, but at the Same time give us rea sonable remuneration for our labors. To ac complish thi...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 21 October 1853

r fin Jrtf$ JOHN W.O'BRICX Kdltor. LOUDON: FRIDAY, OCT. 24, 185S. rv . . v . .. We insert this week au article from the , .Chattanooga Advertiser relative to the Railroad interests of Tennessee, with the hope that those of our readers' jvho have not already done so, will take the time to read it. In view of the ' probable stringency in money matters which may follow this season of prosperity vyijji which ,.. we arc, or have been blessed, it willP ie du tv n. well as the pleasure of the memV of the Legislature to maturely consider every proposi tion that may come before them asking for Rid - from the State; so that they may encourage i - those schemes which present the greatest advan tage to the State and the commerce of her peo pie, for the smallest amount of money. Their attention will be no doubt called to the impor- tance of appropriations to the Kabun (Jap Rail " road, but :t will be for them to say whether it is v to the interest of the State to issue her bonds at . - the rate ...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 21 October 1853

LOUDON: tviday Mjrnin: :::::::::. Oct.!, isrj S. W. Gilliam lias retired from the ed itorial management of the Mc-Minnr'Hc Enter Jirise, and D. G. Mi'dearis, one of its former proprietors, assumsd the editorial chair. Hunt's Merchants Magazine f ir October has llic foilowiri"- f-ener.il tu't'o of contentsi Com iaerce of t!i U. S.: Journal of Mercantile Lawj Commercial Clirouk'e and Iteviewj Journal of Iiankiu, Currency and FinanceJ Commercial Statistics, &c. James White of Vn., n;red 3o years fell ovcr liotrJ the steamer Central America, on Lake Nicaragua, on the 30th u't.., and was drowned. Mr Bransons Letter to S'eretary Guthrie. The following is supposed to he the gist and sub lance of Mr. Collector Bronsou's reply to Mr. Guthrie's circular: Custom House, New York, Oct. C, 1833. Jim James Guthrie, Secretary. Dear sir. Your letter of 3rd inst. is at hand. When I accepted the ofice of Collector of this port, it was to perform the dnties of Collector, nnd notto do the dirty work...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 21 October 1853

J A 4 t f 0utt0 J?r rfss. Improvement and Economy in the 2f a nv fac tor of Flovti We get the subjoined state ment from Hunt's Merchants' Magazine, touch ing an intention for the manufacture of Flour, which he copies from an -'Ewgfcsh coutcmpora- On the 9th of Februarj, a iarc party of en gineering pcntlemen, and of other!? engaged in an extensive way of business, as millers, as sembled at the flour mills of the Messrs. Pavatt, High-street, Wapping, to witness the perform ance of two mills constructed by Mr. Middleton, on the principle of Westrup's patent. In the same establishment are seren other miKa of the ordinary construction, and the trial of relative merits was between the two conical and the most effective pair of the flat mills. The result proved to be immensely in favor of the conical system; while the quality of the article produ ced, according to the opinion of experienced Salters, is far superior. The economy f this new system of grinding is found to efloct very sensibl...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 28 October 1853

f - o -O O O VOL. I. FUBMSHKD WKEKLT BT JNO. W. & SAH'L B. O'BRIEN. 'Office on Ctdar Strtet, Eat of the Public Sjttart. TERMS Two Dollars ia advance: Two Dol ans akd Fiftt Cets in x month; Tbbbi Dol ars at the expiration of the year t Advertisfmkt inserted at $1 per square far the first, and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. T E A R LT RATES. Professional Cnrdti. (five lines.) 5 " " (more tban five lines,) 10 Qnarter of column isj Half column ; 37 j One column 75 Announcing candidates, (adTance",")..V.V..V. $3 .Address tho Publishers, Pott-Paid. LOUDON : FRIDAY. OCT. 28, 1R5.1. THE "LOUDON FREE PRESS; - . For 1853. I iv'-y assumed the onerous ; onerous and responsiWe "Juties of public ionrnali.?ts. rem fii'WJuJj ----t , -ra! r -r-itrcTCT9e-Tfje . Circiilatioa-rf rtwperTTl ti:rw pit-u rftrr-nave arisen m ' as it trul not only inor, j j.? r;?,;,. nf doing good, I but at tins same time give us rea sonable remuneration for our labors. To ne tornp!i.sh this do'iravle end, we ha...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 28 October 1853

in compliance with the laws and the Constita tion of my couitry, and the honert diclatea of raj r lij-iuie ice; trusting in Ood for help, aal lvjj'd.i ton hanest and. confiding people for an approval of my official course. It ia with no ordinary degree of pleasure, that I avail rnrself of this occasion to tender to the people of myadopted State, the.aincerej thanks of a heart filled to overflowing with grat- tuce for the distinguished honor they have con- f..rro.L m 1ov-itinT m to the tiosition I now oc- Ti -. ' 1 i .;.:rt:., f I- . -confidence in me, i:as a man aii d a public aer- TantJ inspires me with a deep sense of that true " .:bumility which "is before honor,"' and which I " trust will characterize me through tut whole r i,eT r.t w i i - 3 -. i. .kijib,! !, P , wh, have '0 ? Mesars- 'Benton, Davis, Fra Tar never deserted me, and Qi be:ng w.lbng, I . and ,f the will never desert them. :'"' j Senate, and Messrs." Arnold, -Brown, of Me. : - : . - Nairv Clements, Celemons, Cooper...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 28 October 1853

LOUDON:. Friday 51:riiiiir Oct. 2d, THE" UIVER. We l:ave had rood rains and the River is in good order for the largest boats. The "Jeffer son," ''Loudon," and --Hiwassee," have all taken on lar,re freights at this place for Knoxville within the last few days. The "McKinncy" is also expected tonight. Capt. CnxrMAK, who is one of the most de servedly popular men or. the River, is now Capt. of the Jefferson. "Annexed may b; scathe oTicers of thj Grill Divwim Sons : Tiniirmcj of T:inij?ssje for the ensuing twelve in mth.s, who wer ll.'tte I and installed in Nashville, on the 14th h: G. W. P., E R Osborne, of Oiles Couhtv. O. W.A., Jas L Armstrong B.-dforl " (I. S., Hu.'h Cam.il, South Nashville; g: t., i Paul, . ; G. Con.. .I(s L Jiyrel, " h G. Chap, Prof J II Eaton, Marfr.-esb ro; G. SrtiL Henxv Cunvv, Nashville: "I he ii xt ji artt-r'v ms.mi.ii nit ets in Ki rx-, (1ville 0:1 the2')th of Janiiarv, at which time the Grand I 1 vidian of East Tennessee will Le or- ganised. . ; . ' Zffl We...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 28 October 1853

o o From the Charleston Mercrry. Rescue Grass. Gentlemen: Since the publi cation of qy article in the Mobile Tribune, -which you had the kindness to republish in your excellent journal, Iiave obtained some impor tant facta aboilt this very valuable species of grass, which I did not possess at the time th at communication was nade. In the month of May or June last, I seut several specimens, when in seed, to Dr IIcgh Neisler, our ablest lotainst here, for the purposo of having it de termined what was its true name and the place of it nativity. This the Dr. could not decide, -even with the aid of -all -his botanical books. At my request, and in accordance with his wish, he sent specimens of it to Dr. Torrey of Hew York, the accomplished. Botainist in the service and pay of Government. Dr Torrey wrote back the day after receiving them and jjive3 its true name and native place. He calls it "Ceratochloa Breviaristata,' and that it is a native of the Pacific coast; I understand him to say ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 4 November 1853

! VOL. I. LOUDON, TENNESSEElEMBER 4, 18o3, - NO. 51. 0 o o o PI'ltlTCnirn Wcrvrv m v YKARLT RATES. Professional Cards, fi ve7i!ic.f )..".;..; " " (more than five lines,) Quarter of column Half column . One column . Announcing candidate, (advance,) "-S-AddreM the Publishers, Pott-Paid. t 5 10 IS 37i 75 $3 THE "LOUDON FREE PRESS," For 1853. . ITaving assumed the onerous and responsible duties of public journalists, we feel the just de sire to increase the circulation of our paper, ai.t will not only increase our capabilities of doing ood, but at the same time give us rea sonable remuneration for our labors. To ac complish this desirable end, Vc have determin ed to send out this Prospectus with h request that all who feel an interest in the increased 'circulation of our pajier will send us the largest number of subscribers they possibly can. Yet, we cannot make this request without tendering appropriate acknowledgements to several friends Vhose exertions iu procuring us subscribers hav...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 4 November 1853

JOlfN ". 0'Dlfc Editor. 'LOUDON; TfilTUY, NOV. 4, 1S&3. Me. Bell RE-ti-ECfiTb.--It affords -iig great 'pleasure to announce td our readers the ' re-elec tion efhe Hon. John Bei.l to the Senate of the United States-, which event took place on 'last Saturday morning upon the first call of that djf tnul the 49th vote that had been taken. It will be seen from' he following "statement 'of the vote, that Messrs. Brown of Monroe, and Cook, of M'Minn, voted for Neil S. Brown.npon "the last ballot. This-we do not undertand.--They both voted for Mr.' Bell upon'rhelirst bal lot after Mr. Henry withdrew. The democrats trast their votes as follows: For Mr. Johnson, :24; for Mr. Bell, 10; for Mr. Nelson, 7; for A. V. Bkhvu, I. JT-trc vote was as follows: For Mr. Bell. Messrs. Benton, Cook," Davis, -Frazer, Hall, Jones, Perkins, Reid, Robertson, "and Rogers, of the Senate, and Messrs. Arnold, Bailey, Brown, of McNairy, Chambliss, Cheat . ham, Clements, demons, Cooper, Dortch, Eas terly, Erwin,...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 4 November 1853

--4- r " i a o o LOUDON: Friday Morning : Nov. 4, 1853. IMPORTANT TO STOCK-DRIVERS! From the followinluttcrfrom CoI.J.N.Cate, i Agent of the E. T. & Ga. Railroad at Dallon, . it will be seen that the Superintendent 'cf the Georgia State Road has made arrangements for running an Extra Freiglti Train, by which stock can he transported from this place to Augusta, Ga., in less than 3G hours. .: . DaltoSvOcL 20th, 1853. ' Q. A. Tipton, Agent, Loudon: , . Dear Sin Mr. George Yonge, Supt., Wes tern & Atlantic Railroad,has determined to run an Express train under the following schedule viz: Leave Chattanooga at 10 o'clock a. m., dai- Jy; arrive at Dalton 3:23 p. m., and leave 3:13, and arrive at Atlanta 2:36 a. m., in time to de liver to day trains on connecting roads, Stock . by this arrangement will go through from Lou- don to Macon and Augusta in less than 30 hours. This arrangement to take effect about 10th proximo. Please give notice to stock-driver &c. "Respectfully, J. N....

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 4 November 1853

J Y J THERE IS A GOD ABOVE. BT 8AMCEL BCRXHAM. There is a God atovo! Our souls within us tell us sn; The winds from heaven as they blow, Bear us this truth on their swift wings, And hid us hope for brighter Jungs. JUl nature, everything -doth show This holy fact in weal or woe, There is a God above. There is a God above! He cares for all our grief and pain; lie makes each Iosj to us a gain, And gives relief to those who weep O'er lovely friends in death's cold ileep; Who, when life's lamp did feebly wane; Joyous, could utter still again, "There is a God above." There is a God alove! Then why should foolish fear e'er dart Its quivering arrows though the heart? Abevc earth's sorrows we should rise, And leng for home in paradise; Guided safe there by God's own chart, And when once there, no more we part There is a God above. There is a God above! Then let ns lean on his right hand; Under his banner let us stand; And while earth's honors fade away, And mortals fall again to clay; Living...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 18 November 1853

, 4 J o o A J o Q VOL. II. PlBLISlIED WEEKLY BY JNO. S7. & SAM'L E. O'BEIEJJ". OJlce oh Cfor Strrrt, Enit of O.e. Public S wire TEIt,H Two Doi.laiis in advance: Two Pol ars an: Fifty Ckxts in fit months; Three Dol lars at tpo expiration of the year Adyf.iitipcmksts inserted at $1 per niiare for the first, and SO cents for each subsequent inertion. VKARI.Y RATES. Professional Card, (fire line?.) 5 " " (uiore than live lines.) 10 Onnrtcr of fMumn 191 .inn 5 One olmiu . fj Announcing candidates, (advance,) $3 Address the Publishers, Pott-Paid. LOUDON : FRIDAY, XOV. IP, IBo:!. THE "LOUDON FREE TRESS," Tor 1353. j Having assumed the onerous r.nd tv sponsible "duties of public journalists, we feel tlie just tie- f sire to increase the circulation of our paper, j P3 it will not only increase our capabilities of i doing good, but at the same time g've us rea sonable remuneration for our labors. T ac complish this desirable end, we have determin- ed to send cut this Prospectus with a rop...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 18 November 1853

3 autom $m flms : JOHN U.(VBRIEX.Editor. LOUDON: FRIDAY, NOV. IS, 185. OUR NEW VOLUME. v jt ago we comment, y T)f this paper, awl feave faithfully completed the first Yohrrae. Our labors have been relieved ly a cordial support on the part of a number of individuals, and bv the public generally. We now ester upon a new year, and nope that our patronage will gradually increase, as it steadily has since the first. No paper in the state has a better paying list than we. Nearly all have paid in advance for the first year; and the few that Lave not, we feel assured are ready to do so when called on by the way we hope they will hold themselves in readiness. As heretofore, our paper shall continue to advocate whatever may Tend to promote the preat industrial interests of the people. We believe that the building up of Manufacto ries and the improvement of Agriculture in E. Tennessee, will do more than any thing else, to increase our popolation and general prosper ity. LEGISLATIVE SUMMARY. If...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 18 November 1853

LOUDON": Friday Morning :::::::::: cr.i9, 18.13. THANKSGIVING. Gov. Johkson Las, by proclaroition, appoin ted Thursday, the 24th of November, (inst.) to be publicly observed by the people of Tennes see as a day of thanksgiving and prayer. The train of the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad ran over this end of the route for the first time, some 22 miles of the way. This is within five miles of the Bridge, and most of that track is ready for the engine. A few weeks and the connection is made, and Nashville will be only 10 hours from our city. Chattanooga Advertiser. fta?" Jonx A Patton, Esq., the gentleman ly representative of this county, has our thanks for a copy of the Report of the Bank of Ten nessee. Mr. Fatton is an honorable and high minded gentleman, possesing with all an excel lent judgement, and makes a good member. Fine Turnips. Mr. A. D. Martik, lias our thanks for some very fine Turnips. As farther evidence that he is a "gentleman and a chris tian" he at the same time ha...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 18 November 1853

s c o o tm "Muss. to ' ' THE DEATH OF GRIMES' HEN". BT MICHAEL STEIN'HOPPER- At la.t the Fpeckled hen lias gone That hen of hens the best; She died without a sigh or groan, While in her downy nest. Thro' summer's hc.it and winter snow For ten long year she lay, At noon and eve, old Grimes an egg, But none the Sabbath day. She had a nest behind the door, All neatly lined with hay; Her back was brown and sprinkled o'er With spots "inclined to grey." Though fourteen years of age almost, She still looked young and hale And like Job's turkey she could boa?t One leather in her tail. The neighbors' fowls did all agree She was a good old soul; She sometimes roosted in a tree, And sometimes on a pole. Yheneer the rain came pelting down, And thunder dreadful roar, She hid herself in G rimes' hat, lentil the storm was o'er. She lived a plain and honest life No higher wished to rise: She flew at neighbor Sampson's wife, And scratched out both her eyes. She never deigned the barn yard beau, His ...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 25 November 1853

; ' . ,', HIIIIIIIIIMMIIIH IIIIIM Jl-J '" 111 lllllll I ' 1 I II ...... . Ill I I III I I I 1 1 1 II III. , ! I VOL. II. LOUDON, TENNESSEE, NOVEMBER 25, 1853. NO. 2. rrousnF.n wf.ekly by JNO. W. & SAM'L B. O'BRIEN. OJfice out Cedar Street, Last :f the PuMicTf'fuare. TEIIXS: Tvro Dollars in advance: Two Dol lars and Fifty Cr.xTS in six month?; Thiiee Dol Iahs at the expiration of the year j Apveiiti.sements inserted at $1 per square for tlio first, and 0 cents for each pubsequeut insertion. YEARLY RATES. Professional Cord, (Gvo lines,) " " (more than five lines,).... Quarter of column ;., Half column ; Oue column , Announcing candidates, (advance,) . fAddresg the Publishers, Pott-Paid. $ 5 10 l$i 37 J 75 $J LOUDON : FRIDAY, NOV 23, 1853. THE "LOUDON FHEE Pit ESS," FcrlS53. . Having assumed the onerous r.nl responsible 'duties of public journalists, we feel the just dc oirc to increase the circulation of our piper, as it will not only increase our capabilities of doing good, but a...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 25 November 1853

JOHN W. O'BRIEN editor. -e LOUDON: TRIDAT, :::::::::::::.:: NOV. 25, 1S53. THE RABUN GAP ROAD. On our first page will be found the Report of Capt. Wm. Henry Griffix, who has j'ust cot pleted a survey of the rout from Knoxville to the North Carolina line, towards Rahun Gap. We have not the pleasure of a personal acquain tance with Capt Griffin, but Fie is spoken of in high terms by the Knoxville Register, We ask ur readers to examine this report closely and gee how nearly it corresponds with what we have heretofore said of this route. We said that a number of River Hills would hare to be passed; Capt G.'s report is stronger on this point than any thing we have said, and the average cost per mile is much greater than we supposed. The distance we yaX down at fifty eight miles Capt. Griffin reports that it is fi fly-four and three quarters: just three mi;3 and a quarter uuder ur estimate. Now, what arc the objects sought to be ac eomplished by this Road? If the first object be to connec...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 25 November 1853

LOTJDONs Friday Morning: ::::::::: Nov.25. 18.13. THxyKSGiTixo Day. Yesterday (Thursday 5 lth) having been set apart by his Excellency, Gtfv. Johnsox, as a day of Thanksgiving and Prayer throughout the State, was duly observed by our citizens. Our Town Council had pre viously and very appropriately recommended that all bdsiness should be suspended from 10 6'ctock A. M. to ' 2 P, M., and our business nouses were all closed during those hours. Itev. Johx L. Gat, of the Episcopal Church, who bv the way is an excellent man, favored ourtMizens with a rich intellectual repast, iu the shje of a very able address, appropriate to the occaaion. Nothing is more appropriate than that a chris tian nation great and prosperous as our happy Country shonld 6et apart days of thanksgiving and humiliation, as well for domestic enjoy ments as for National privileges and glory. And then to think of the number of fine roast Turkeys, Piggs and Pullets, Pastry and ether good things that are always forthcomi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 25 November 1853

UNCLE BEN'S RAM. "Irr rfftL DRAVPLE. Uncle Ben was a queer old man, And a queer old man was he; H owned a ram a butting ram fact i buttable propensities prompted bim to 1ntt every thing buttable he could soe. Uncle Ben had fat old tponse A fat old wife was she Who used to feed and pail his cow, That came op so regular in, the lawn ev'ry night and stood under a largo pear tree. That fat old wife ne'er used a stool; To milk would ne'er sit down; And though old Ben called her a fool. Yet she would ne'er hearken to his adrice, but to reciprocate the favor she called him a clown. Jutone rad niVrnlr.jr'as tfrindle stood, Beneath the stately pear, Old Ben's wife in a merry mood; Va milking her; occupying her usual position with posterior extremity elevated in air. The ram and Ben the fact espied, And loudly Ben did shout; 'Squat down! squat down! ho sternly cried, Jut the didn't hear him and before he could inter fere, the ram had turned his fat old wife 'inside out. Now Uncle Ben was very...

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