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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 July 1854

r . Avi-a uo 'emMa'mt niun w y CAN. ; iiH; jlh : iu; ii jl 'v&mmmmt-.-.... SL 1VJL JJJJ OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. . iiiLii run AJN JL) rKOPIlIETOK. 1 -:' - NEW SERIES, VOL'. 7, NO. 15. TERMS OF THE AMERICAN'. Till'. AM Kill CAN la published every (Saturday m TWO UOI.I.AKS per annum to be pnid hnlf yenrly in advance. . Nu papifi discontinued until all arrearages are Haul. . i " ' ' All rommiinieiitionf or tetters on bus'itf-as relating to the uifice, tu insure atteation, muat bo FUST l'All). TO CLUB9. - . .;, -i Threa oonlea to one address, 50(1 flwen Vi Do , , ' 10 00 Fifteen Do Do ' 8000 Five dollars In advance will pay Mr three yeai'a aub criptiun to the Ainericun. i. Tine nunic of III Unci, 3 times, fcverv sntiseqiiont inaertion, tine frqunre, 3 montha, -Six months, : -. . , .- One year, llnsiness Catda of Five llnea, per annum, too 300 61MI 800 300 Merchants nno othera, ativeruaina; uy tu. year, with the privilege of inserting different advertisement, ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 July 1854

Tllf! STORY l! A CTtH.fc. The Albany Knkktrbochr under the head of 'Independence and Progress," ,h lot of nnr nnlinn'. tiirlfe anil DrOffreSS in In , -. ... t - following rajy style if i' ' 'It is but seventy seven years ago since Uncle Sam mi born, and whet on rentful seventy-seven years they bavebefiii! Sev, enty-serdn 79'iri ago the trolled" States was a remote clrcumalanee ; they now compose the Mcond commercial nation In the world. In three quarters of century they hare re volutionised the world, built np an empire, licked our mother, and fenced in a continent. In less lime than it took Methuselah to get out of swaddling-clothes we have made more canals, tamed more lightning, and harnessed mora steam, and at greater coil in money, j than the whole revenue of , the world could j have paid for, the day he got nut of his lime. 1 In aeventy-fivo yeate we have not only char.aed the politics of the earth, but in wearing apparelcotton aliirti bring as much the oflspring of the United ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 July 1854

-.; l- , . ,' For ths Banbury American. roVRTH OF JULY CELEBRATION , , , AT SHAMOKIN. ., . . The great birthday of American Ficodom was ushered in by a clear sky and a scorch ins aim.', At an early hour oor mountain girt town was in basiling activity, preparing to commemorate the most remarkable epoch in our nation's , history. i The stores and a hops were closed, the mines and works wore deserted all being anxious to partake of the joy fend festivities of that day. ' ' . In the afternoon, pursuant to previous no. tire, the citizen of the place, furmed iti procession at the National Hotel, and escor ted by the Shamokin Greys proceeded to a beautiful grove, adjoining the town. Here a large number ladies had gathered to greet and welcome them with their happy smiles The mooting was organized by calling on J. P. Holfenstein, Esq., to preside; assisted by by Kimber Cleaver and Win, Fagely Esq., as Vice Presidents, and J J. John as Secretary. The President on assuming the duties of the c...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 July 1854

SUNBUHYl AMERICAN; AND SHAMOK1& J QURNALy, fOF" ITEMS- ,nl more lhan iigr. ,t important elemenl of success is ,-orny. 'Whenever in doubt, if an action ia good " iad, abstain from it. , ' Flattery ia a aort of baJ money, to which our anily gi currency. THemost valuable pail of ovety mn'a education, hat which ho receive. himaelf. Macaulay once ob-er-ad that prize aher-p were only fit for candle and priM """J 10 light them. Amalgamation in Cuba it seems is mere bugbear, got up by the Havana corrwpon. dent of ceiiain annexation prints. . A Kash and somewhat doluded young man has threatened to apply the Maine law to his sweetheart, abe intoxicates him to. There is a Town in Maino called Random A resident of the place being asked where he lived, at Ramlom. He was taken up as a vagrant. A Person pointed out a man who had a perfusion of rinps on hia fingers, to a cooper "Ah," said the arlizan, "It's a sure sign of weakness when so many hoops are used Oriental Anamtomv. Everybody knew th...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 July 1854

A If lED.TD T H 1:1" . : Ph -- r ... owls H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. gt jFamlly iUtospapcr Dctootcn to Jjoiwcs, iMternture, ittoraifts, jfortfon nnfi JDomcstfc jUius, Stance ant the avts, aorfculturr, iarftetst amusements, cc NEW, SERIES, V0L. 7, NO. 16. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1854. , OLD SERIES, VOL 14, NO. 42.; - - , ; TEEMS OF THE AMERICAN. ' THE AMERICAN ! published every Saturday lit TWO UOL.LAK8 per annum to be paid half yearly in eulvsnusNu paper discontinued until all arrearages are PAl'l eommunicoUone or lelteri on b",1",""n ,0 the office, to insure attention, must be POST 1 AID. TO CLUBS. Three eople to on address, ' " : ' '' FiveVllare In advance will pay for three ysai'e sub- scr ipt ion to the American. , , Ono Smiai. of 18 linei, J times, Kveiy subsequent in.ertion, One Square, 3 monthe,. Sis mouth, nneiiimbards of Five lines, per annum, Mcrehant. and others, advertising by he y...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 July 1854

SUNBURY r AMERICAN. AND SHAMQK1N JOURNAL. JTor cfg.t 'Ntw'a ARRIVAL OF TM2 .A BAIT I C LATER MOM EUROPE. The Principalities Evacuated by Russia Th Sick and Wounded left behind Gen Scol ders Dead A Austrian army marching to Bucharest Important frin China. Tha U. S. Mail ilotmer Baltic arriYad a" New York, on Saturday morning, bringing four dayt later newa than was brought by tha America. Thit trip is the fattest on record, the whole time from Lirerpool to New York being only nine daya and twelve hours. The Baltic eailed from Lirerpool oo Wednesday June 89th. , The LiTerpool cotton market continued ac tire, and prioea were still advancing. The sales of three days, (Saturday, Monday and Tuesday,) were 85,00 bales. Breadstuff's continued depressed and de clining. Flour is quoted at Ad. lower and Wheat 3d. lower. Indian Corn was also dull. The political news by this arrival is very important, and indicates that the Russians are very seriously alarmed at the late disas ters at Silistria. ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 July 1854

SU NFu ltYTAMEluC AN AND SHAM0K1N JOUKNAL. CALIFORNIA NEWS. Hew Advertisement!. Arrival of the George Law. LATER FROM CALIFORNIA. ' $1,150,000 III GOLD. Striont Disturbance at San Francisco Smtat ttr Riots Gratifying Accounts of Gold Discoveries, The steamer George Law, with San Finn oitco dates la the 15th of June, and f 1,150,. O00 in gold, arrived at New York on Monday morning. She brings 400 passengers, among whom ia Capt. Adam, bearer of despatches from Commodore Perry. He brings the Treaty with Japan, securing to the United States privileges of residence and trade at two ports for its citizens. The Treaty with Japan opens the two ports, Cliockadado, in the Straits of Sangar, nd Schmadi, at the entrance of Jeddo Bayt The latter is to be the chief port for the American trade, and also a depot for coul ; and the former the chief resort for whaling vessels. Commodore Perry surveyed the channel to within two miles of Jeddo, and found plenty of water. American consuls and citizens a...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 July 1854

A STRING1 OF; ITEMS- Farmers in lha vicinity of Baltimore re culling wheal. Th crop ia fine. The prospect in Ireland, ll i a'Ji ' ,ht poiaioea will yield better than they have ror fifteen years. .,( - - ' " The Virginia and Tennessee Railroad is completed to the Newbern depot, 100 miles from Lynchburg. A despatch from Independence reportage death of Judge Brown, the agent for the Pot tawattamie Indians. The value of the diamond, which has been found lately in Manchester, Virginia, is said to be three or four thousand dollars. At Wheeling, the workmen on the snspen. sion bridpe have commenced the difficult lank of stretching the first new cable. , The Bmperor of China died in November, aged 83. His son was immediately declar ed his successor, but at the last dales was not crowned. Reuben Liclilenwalner, of Upper Ma cungy township, Lehigh county, bled to tlealh from a cut in his log with a scythe, while mowing. A Lighthouse is to be erected on Cape Mesurado, coast of Liberia, by the g...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 July 1854

7 SUNBURY ERICAN jw" H .-4-1 --r- .r 0 H, B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. NEW SERIES, VOL. 7, NO. 17 SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, YA, SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1854. a JFamtlu Kiftospapcr-Dcuoten to Jjollttcs, Hftrrnturrrornuttf! .lFortrait mm nomcsifc tn. stiente aim the an. arrrrrrnirttrr. Mrjtrife. nmi.,.... ,. ' " " " - -' " " w w r w v ai v MiH0m Ilia) V OLD KTCTrTTTH VAT i vrr .r, T - 1 IM ti . . J J ' VMJ, T, ilUl Oi TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. TUB AMERICAN It publi.hed every Soturnay at TWO DOI.LAK8 nr nnunl lo be paid half yearly in a.lvance. No puner discontinued until all arrcaragM ar. "aH eommonlcalioni or letters on bunln'M relating to the office to insure attention, muat oa rus l i TO CLUBS. Thrsa nnnie. to Ofl. addrc W, , f5 00 Kiftwii Do Do S0I0 Five dollar in advance will pay for thrat years sub scription to the American Ono Srninie or lfl.linei, 3 limes, Kvery .utweiineiit insertion, One Suunre, 3 months, Six months, One ye...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 July 1854

WnbuWXmerican and shamokin journal. Sox t gn -N ixo s. Arrival of the FraniMin LATER FROM El'ROPE. Important anA' Interfiling news from the Seat of War. The U. S. Mail Seimer Franklin from Havre vis Southampton, bound for New York, went ashore during; a dense fog early in the Morning of the 13:h inat. She had a cargo of eight hundred tout of valuable merchan dize, and about one hundred and sixty passenger,- the latter were all landed snfely. The news by the Franklin represents a more immenent end interesting crises in the pending war that has yet occurred The te lative position of Austria and Russia is deci. iledly hostile, and we should not be surprised if Austria, which has so persistently hold aloof from a warlike Attitude, should, after all, prove the most efficient ally of Turkey. The reply of the Emperor Nicholas, to the Austrian summons to evacuate the Principali ties, has been received. It is a peremptory refusal. Russia is determined to resist to the last man and the last r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 July 1854

BENTOWOntrKTTIT. 01J Bullion retorti In lh following vigor-ou-.lv ch8racter1iiotl1oronceriBiubMTd. ou..Mer.ioniof Mr. SenMor Feltif, m.do Utely t Laf.yetie, Indiana. Tha la ur . ' addreed to Mr. Howe, of (ha Layfayette American: Wi.hinotoii, S(urJy, June 17, 1854. J amm How, Eq , Ufayetle, Ind.-Sir : Your letter ha ju.t been received, informing me that Mr. Pe'ii, i" Pub,io P"!ech in 'our town, stated that 1 vaa the first man lobrek the Missonri Compromise -that I had a law passed by Congress, annexing to the Slate a large territory, &o. Sir, your Sonator is a great liar and a dirty dog, falsifying history for a criminal purpose. The Missouri Com promise line was not violated In annexing the Platte country. Both parties to the Compro mise agreed to it, the fiee States being unan imous. There was not even yeas and nays upon it. The General Assembly of Missouri equcsted it. We applied lo the members, personally and individually, for their consent, which they gave; and without their...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 July 1854

SUNBUKY AMERICAN ANP SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. A STRING OF ITEMS The condition of the sUMrivltig wounded by I he Susquehanna Rmlrond accident, is comforloWo as can be epecien. The $7,000,000 draft for the Mexicun Treaty hM been presented lt the I. ... Treasurer, here, and the money Is now gomp into the vaults of the banks. Obeying Oiidem- 1 wish yon would pay a littlo nttentior, exclaimed a carpenter to careless apprentice. "Well, air, lam paying as little at t can," was the calm re ply. During the firing of the National snliito nt Lykenstown, Dauphin county, Fa , on the 4!h, a man named Henry Martin was killed, and another named John Orndorf had his arm blown of). Fond or Mi'TTo.- A very large eale was shot last week, on tho farm of Joseph T. Mason, near Petersburg, Vu. This bird had played sad havoc wild Mr. Mason' lambs having killed seventeen of them. .The Hon. John M. Clayton estimates the foreign emigration during the present year will amount to seven hundred and fitly thou sand, and ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 July 1854

'4 UNlUlY H. B. MASSEH, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. NEW SERIES, VOL. 7, NO. 18. TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. THK AMKKICAN l pol.li.hH every J " TWO DOI.I.AI1S per n n to be paid hlf '' '" a.lvnnce. No paper iliseoiitiimou until all arrearage ar. "Ali eomrnnnlratl. or letter, on tmsinrs. rrinhng to Hie office, to imure attention, mut be l'Ur 1 Aiu. TO CLUBS. Three copies to on adilrem, ,V? u,? SOW Five d-'ll"r. in advance will na fr thre. year'. auU criptiun to llie American. One Snunie of 18 line., 3 time., Uveiy siilsieqnent insertion, tion 88 3IH) find 300 One Fqunre, 3 moiitn., Six moiitlia, line year, Un.inen Card, of Five line., per annrnn, Mvirhant. and othera, nrivertiaiiia: liy tlie venr, with the privilege of inserting ihflrrentadvertiBcmenla weekly. If- Ir((et Advertisements, n. per agreement. io no ATTORNEY AT LAW, SUNBTJRY, PA. Business attended to in tlio Counties of Nor thunihcilanil, Union, Lycoming ami Columbia. Ittfer to I P. &. A. Kovoudt, l.nwor &. Barron. Somera S: ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 July 1854

SUN BURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOK1N JOURNAL. THE FOREIGN BY THE PACIFIC. The news by the Pacifio in full.of contra diction. The only on fact not involved In doubt is llial England and France, notwilh standing the clamor for material 'gurantees,' do no want, to fight, and will ptobably be ready seize upon any apparent concession which will allow them decently to get out of the war. The Russians have not left Wallaihia, but are still at Bucharest, the original head-quarter of Gortschakoff ; Cron atailt has not been attackej, Sir Charles fca pier thinking it belter to let the cholora sub. due that stubborn fortress. He hns accord ingly withdrawn his fleet from before it Prussia is decidedly opposed to any war upon I ho Czar, and insists upon new neeolia tions. Austria is as usual, hanging between both parlies, not knowing precisely w hat to do, and yet feeling it necessary to do sumo thing. She hns not occupied Walluchin, for the reason that the Czar has not and does not intend to evacuate ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 July 1854

tern Lure fnr Sores, Prnl.la, anil Biinm. Vol louiay't Ointment Thin wonuVrlul Ointment will cure the most tlaneerous burns. tenl(f. nil other .orp ; it completely identifies itself with the ayatem, minglina with the blood, it lull the pain, soul ties the irritation, nd speedily heals the pans affected. Thousands ol persons in the Union have been faved from nn untimely end, through this extraor dinary salve ihpref,,,,, all families are re commended to keep a supply of it constant ly by them. WARM VFATHER. The warm weather of the past few weeks has been insuffera ble. Many of the inhabitants of the cities have Bone into the country. This is all riuht. But. before going, each one should provide himself with a suit of summer clothes from RocKimt & Wilson's cheap and fashionable clothing store, No. 1 1 1 Chestnut street, corner of Franklin Place, Philadelphia. Phila., Jan. S3, 1854. cw. M ARKIGD, On the 4th hut. by ih Rs. C. J. Ehre' hard, Mr. William Prudhor, enrjineer, of Shamokin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 July 1854

SUNBUltY AMEIUCAN AND SHAMOKIN JOUKNAL. 1 STRING OF ITEMS All virtues aro in peril when filial p'e'y ive way. The Buffalo papers report sixteen deaths om Cholera dining last woek prino pally reigners and strangers. Fiank Smith was hung at New Oilcans on 10 7th, for the murder of his wife, whom he rutally beat to death with an axe. A Buffalo editor acknowledges his oblign ons for Cincinnati papers drliveied to him . 3 o'clock of tho day of their publication. A country girl writing to her friends, says f the polka, that the dancing does not mount to much, but the hugging is heavenly The Louisiana rope factory at New Or sans, destroyed by fire on Hie 8th inst., oc npied on entire square, and was valued at 200,000. Tils Greatest Gkneiui. of the Wai. iccording to a statement vl.:ch tippers in n Austrian paper, (lie Russians lost in the lobrudscha no less than eighteen thousand len from typhoid fever. Firt)micTivE Farming. Col. Ili'iliert, in he vicinity of Forfolk, Va., lias cleared this...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 August 1854

UNBURY ERICAN II. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. 1 JFamtly fuiiispnpcr Drtotctt to 3Jot(cs, atttntttrr, -morauty, jfortton an5 Domcstfc Slims, science sntt the arts, acrfculturr, ittavUets, amusements, &t jNEW SERIES, VOL. 7, NO. 19. SUNBUltY, NOltTlIUMDEHLAND COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1854. AM TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. THK AMERICAN la pnliliheit every Pnturdny a TWO 1)1)1. 1. AH; per milium in lie paid hnlf ycurly in ali-snce. No paper itiicuutinunl until all arrvarugn are pud. AH eommuiiicntiont or lettera on Inisiiieiis rclutmg tn the office, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. TO CLL'US. Three copie to one atMreaa, 3 00 Seven l) no 10 00 Fifteen Do Do 80 00 Five dollars in advance will pay for tare yeai'a sut 'criptiouto Hie American. Ono Simma of 10 linea, 3 tiinea, t-'vety subsequent iusertiun, One tSi'unre, 3 inoutlia, 1Slx months, One year, lliisliiess Cards nf Five lines, per annum, St 00 W Sou 6(H) efl 300 a.i...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 August 1854

THE A1E?IC AIT. SUNBURY. ATI It DAY, AIGVST 8, 18l4. II. 11. MASSEIt, Eilllor nil Proprietor. To ADVKRTUKm.-.The circulation of the rutihui7 American aiming- the dilTerciil townn nn the Sutqin-limiim I not exceeded iOqiinlleu by ") PPrt l,'1",llc'1 '" N'orlh era Pennsylvania. Dumockatic Statk Nominations. FOR GOVERNOR WILLIAM BIGIER, Of Clearfield County. FORJL'DfJKOFTHE SUPREME COURT. JEREMIAH S. BLACK, Of Somerset County. FOR CAXAL COMMISSIONER. HENRY S. MOTT, Of Pike County. EDITOR'S TABLE. fry TriR Doci ments. The friends of David D. Montgomery will no doubt deny the slatemenls we have made in regard to his voles in tho Legislature. Wo have relerred to the date and page ol the pub lished records, which are open for the in spection ol any one who may wish to see them. O" SvNnfEV and Erie Road. The people of Erie are not at all satisfied with the statement in the Philadelphia News, that Messrs. Kncassand Roberts, two ol the three Engineers appointed for re-examina-tion of the rout...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 August 1854

SUNWllY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL Jor cign News. Arrival of the Canada. AT HALIFAX. LATER FROM EUROPE. Large Decline tn Flour Cotton Uuchanged fmpo.-tant from the Continent Austria' Position Still DoubtfulThe Insurgents Masters of Madrid Sacking of the Palace of Queen Christina Ncut Spanish Ministry Message jroin vrtcen ricioria jisxing New Supplies Further Negotiations Pro poned Austria Gone Over to Russian Inter ists and Making Warlike Preparations Popular Discontet at St. Petersbnurg. Halifax, July 31. The stamer Cnnaila arrived hero this evening from Liverpool, w ith date to Saturday, 22d inst. Austria's conduct had become more doubt ful than ever. The Spanish insurrection was rapidly spreading under iSspartero. ENGLAND In the House of Lords, Earl Hassington asked Ministers whether they had authorized Lord Westmoreland to state to the Cabinet of Vienna, that Polish subjects from Russia would not be allowed to enter the English army, or to follow the standard of the Allies- H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 August 1854

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