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CONDITIONS. QUALITIES OF THE SUPPLIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 January 1839

CONDITIONS. QUALITIES OF TUE SUPPLIes, 1. All the articles required by this notice are to be of the best quality of their several kinds. 2 The Bread for all the purposes shove stated must be the produce of clean, sound Colonial wheat, barley and maize, from which, on the military ration 2 per cent., and on the Convicts ration 10 per cent. has been extracted in bran and waste. The wheaten bread to be wsade in loaves of Slbs, and the mixed. bread in loaves of 3( lbs. each, and baked 24 hours before being issued. 2 The Fresh Meat for the Military IRation to be in the proportion of Sihs. of [eef and 21bs. of Mutton weekly; deliverable alternatelyin foreand hind quarters, when the quantity admits of it; for the Convict Rations the Beef is required in the same manner; Salted Beef being issued only in summer to Road Parties, and when authorised. 4. The Maize Meal to be shnilar in quality to the Wheaten Meal, and to be twice ground. 5. The vegetables for the hospitals, and other establishme...

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MANIFESTS. IMPORTS. Reports from the 19th to the 26th instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 January 1839

MANIFESTS. 151PORTS. Reports from the 19th to the 26th instant, inclusive. January 19-JOHN PIRIE, (sehooner), 106 tons, Martin, master, from South Australia, A. I. Spark, agent-82 casks black oil, 65 bugs wool. A. B. Spark. January 21 - CATIIERINE JAMIESON, (bark), 306 tons, Hutchinson, master, front Ade laide, Paul & Co. agents-6 bales linens, It Howe -40 hogsheads ale, J Webb-3 boxes, J Gilchtist -3 thrastintg.mtachines, Lamb & Purbury-4 casks ale, S 4 Donaldson-195 oil casks in shooks, 1 pianoforte, G Porter & Co-9 packages turniture, A Dick-2 cases 20 boxes ftsh, J Mackie-2 pack ages, WV Anderson--2 bales, T Agars-82 packages merchandise, J Jamieson-42 barsels pork, 42 barrels beef, 18 barrels oatmeal, 60 tons salt, 54 casks in shooks, 11 crates eorthenware, 6 hugs pot barley, 23 firkins butter, 8 casks sugar, $50 boxes glass, 33 casks peas, 1 case hats, 11 hogs nails, I box biscuits, 400 deals, 57 hides, 1L bales wool, 40 quarter casks gunpowder, 2 hogsh...

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EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 19th to the 26th instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 January 1839

EXPORTS. Vassela cleared frons the 19th to the 26th instant, inclusive. January 19.-ABERILCtOM1BY, 143 tons, Crew master, for Port LPhillip; 9 kegs nuts, 11 empty kegs. I cask tin pots, I cask boots. 2 cases stationery, 2 bugs peper, 4 cases ssu.tard, 2 cases rasins, 9 kegs nails, I [ale slops, 10 grindstones, 4 hogsheads rum. 50 cases wine, 4 kegs colonial tobacco, 2Tcases machinery, 2 cases 8 casks 1 crae tinware, 1 sign buaid, I[ boxes tin plates, 2 bundles steel and iron, 1 bundle wire, 3 packages apparel, I bedstead,- 48 tons coals, 30 deals, I bout, I cow, 25 boxes tea. January 19-CARNARVON, 222 tons, Irving master, for South Scam whaling stores January 19-JEAN, 2SI tons, F'Cutchcon miuser,for Batavia via Newcastle-300 tons coals, 8 bags coffee. January 19-FA IRLIE, 756 tons, Agar mnster, or Madras via Hobart Tnwoi; 66 empty water butts, 44 puncheons rum, 367 cases gin, 67 hugs. heads ale, 6 hogsheada molasses, 1390 units sugar, I bale bigs, 170 logs cedar, 13 kegs brads, 3 ca...

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ODDITIES OF LONDON LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 January 1839

-ODDITIES OPtOF 1 i0'LIFE. c By .Pau( Pry. 4 *ei.12s. s' !Ltzion, 1838 .*.Jýeaf'l yr. With a good detil that is new aTnd amus ing, these volumes contain mineh that is the reverse and old; and sometimes pas sages that it tuight have been better to omit. The writer, or collector. .is, we believe, a reporter on the Murning EHeraol, in which many of these papers have already appeared; and we have therefore some difficulty in selecting an entertaining or original specimen. We will -however dip at a venture, and quote " Old- Mouldy v. Swivel-'Eyed Bob." To those who know the Old XB1aley only by report, the mention of the place eon veyi nothing but impressions of a sotmbre and disagreeable character. To such per sons the very terns is associated with all that is criminal and atrocions in society. The murderer-the footpad-the burglar { -and others who conic within the opera tion of the criminal statutes, are only seen in the mind' eye, and that too, in con-.. nexion with those awful punishm...

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OBSERVATIONS IN SUPPORT OF THE PETITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 January 1839

.bBSER VATzONq ;IDJ ,,UPPOJRT" Oj, TRE 1 .No unifopuilly ~ieC Ii y~e can" he netecý sin,, by1regsop 0 4he "onatant changes of thie $eiuetp~ryand Utider.-Secrs-. Bietwveen, Ma~rch 1833 .anid April 3536 there wgrq .ezght Sec retaries and Ui der~ 'ec~etaries..ot State,; and. subseqteutc,. iwý, As xitant Uo41er-Secretaries ,=-Ltho rnikiig ten ChnnlbC5 'vithirt ,sboiit twq years." [none sear, from April 1834 to April 1E 815. theree were three Secrt~aries and hrr~e Under' SectetarI(rs: of atare.] T he nam'ei "will sutficiently indicate 'tfe fltictuationi. ol C~unstel that must Wave prevailed in the Colonial OQice durim1., thhs brief 'period ' . ýecretarics of .'iate.-[.iird, Sianl ey. Alt Sprint; Mice, E~irL~df Ab+erdeei,' and Lord &~iinelg.f." ' lner. -Sridtirse* of. -Iele---Vitcount ~-Jgtiitk,'Mr .Lekfetr ;,Mr GiAdhi sne,. and ,rr (.e..rge Groy A5S4tsidL 1J7*d.? llCl r de'~ arid "pf. StedAt A~~~~r ~ 16.n"f ~ljbf .1- Those who have ille management of the vast and complicated -aff...

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Colonial Government. LONDON.[The following Petition was drawn up the request of many Merchants and Colonial Gentlemen, since the publication of the facts adduced in the "Colonial Policy of the British Emprize, Parl L, Government," and presented to the House [?] ] commons, and the 5th December, 1837. THE HUMBLE PETITION OF ROBERT MONTGOME5RY MARTIN, AUTHOR OF THE "HISTORY OF THE BRITISH COLONIES." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 January 1839

Colonial Government. LON DON. [The following Petition was drawn up at the request of many Merchants and Colo nial Genti -men, e&nee the publication of the facts adduced in the '" LM'Ploial Policy of the British Empire. Part I, Govern. ment," and presented to the House a' Commons, on the 5th December, 1837.] Tis Hussarnwt PIraITION oF Ronanr MONT co0zsIty MARrtt, AurHoR oF THE5 HIs TRoY OF TWs BIttTri5 CotoNIu's," SHeW ETH, 1. That the Colonies and transmarine territories under the dominion and protec tion of the British Empire, are of immense extent, and of the highest importance politically, commercially, and socially, and therefore descrvintg the serious and. sedulous attention of your Honourable House. 2. That these Colonies and transmarine territories are situate in both heais pheres,-.under every me, and. beneath various climes ; with a diversified popala tion, speaking many languages,-unts similated in laws, habits and relicion,- ' subject to different forms of tornl G...

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Transportation and Assignment. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 January 1839

Transportation and Assignmeat. W E, the undersigned, Magistrates, Lind-holders and other free inhabi tants of this colony, hereby invite the Colo nists to a Puiilic Meeting, to be held on Friday the 8th day oft February next, at 12 o'clock, at the Mechanics' School of Arts, Pitt street, Sydney, to take into considera tion the proririe y of adopting the subjoined Pet tion, srrhj -et to such anmend11enta1 as nay be deemed proper, to her Majesty the Qu en and- hwohi H rouses of Par'intoent,on the subject of continuing the 'l'ransporta tion of Convicts to this c(1lny, and their priv te assi rnment; and to pass such re ;ohlions, and take ,uch other steps a-, nay be deemed conducile to the promrotiarn Of the above object. J. Blaxiand; M C. J P 'IThomirs Wills, 3 tP Robert Johnstonr, J P * ohbn Janiton, M C 1' C Wentworth, .1 P WV O(,ilvie, J P F Welton, J P II F Gisborne, J P John 'Toooth H11 I. Novell Edward i.' Ogilvie William Sherwin. Outline or a *'etition to tier :Majesty and the m.....

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AWFUL EVENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 January 1839

AWFUL EVENT. [Frain the PnagTOo CaEosNICLt.] Happily for the state of morals in this country, and the sober and social tone which, in a nationa. sense, charac ternses its community, it seldom fAlls to the Ildt of a public loornalist to lay before Its readers the detail ofso ineast. reuding and horrifying a tragedy, as that of which it is this week our melancholy duty to coinmunicatetthe par. ticulars. The scene of the shocking ececrrence to which we refer. Is a small hamlet called Pairhurst, in the township of Goosoargh, between eight and nine miles from thin town, and about six from GOrstang. Edward Sanderson, his wife. and their five children, rosidedat Fairhurst. In whiihl place Sanderson has lately been occupied as adeiy labourer. On ThursdsE morning last. Sanderson wont to his work, but was not expected home to alener i he left his wife and five children in their usital state of health, and did not observe anything particular in the demeanour of Ihie former. About half.past twe...

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News by the Hashemy. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 January 1839

News by the Hashemy. From the Spectator of September 22. Two subjrcts continue to engross public attention-the price of wheat, and the meetings of .the people. The corn averages have fallen to 72s. 23, and the duty has consequently advanced to 2. 8d. a quarter. As this rise was anticipated, it may be safely as~uined that all the for ign wvtte-t which was in the coun ry, or could be brought into port, was released at the shilling duty : there conud be no motive for holdinir it batk. The quantity taken out of bond is variously estimated, but a million of qluar ters appears to be an outsid t calculation. -that is to stay, less than a month's sup ply. Prices in London have not falen, as some anticipated; but. on the contrary. have sligh'ly advanced ; the ho'ders believ ing that the necessities of the English sariner will compel him to bring his wheat soon to ma-ket, and that after the greater part of it has been disposed of, the price will be in their own hands; scarcity for the next sp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 January 1839

Adnertisements sent to this Oice, must specify on the face of them, the number of times they are to be advertised; otherwise, they will be continued and charged until countermanded. For London Direct. T HE welt known fast sailing ..British built BARK Despatch. 362 Tons burthen, will positively. sail on or before the 1st of March. She has room for a few Bales of WVool.. for freight of which or for Passage, early application must be made to H COOPER. a BiOLT, Warterlon Warehouse, January 9, 1839, Now loading at Newcaitle, for London, T?.1E BARK Abel (rower, -A. 1.,burthen 320 tons, J'. Heli derson, c nuander. For freight of Wool, apply .to the Clsosrterers, Messrs Campbell & Co., and P. W. Flower. Any Family in the District of Hun ter's River, returnino to England, will find this a desihable opportunity, as the vessel will be des patched from Newcastle.-Apply to the commander on board, or to o RANULPII DACRE, Sydney. December 29, 1838. N. h.-Shippers by this Vessel will have t...

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THE WOOL TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 January 1839

.THE WOOL TIRADE. (Ftmt the Allorning Chronicle, 24th September.) aAt)Nl r eLtanus,-A.bout an average quantity of tgoods was, sold at the cloth hall on Smit iday la-t -(as eunpared with the mat bets duting the last two mont ls). lout on Tuesday (as is gener ally the case dn Doneaster race week) there was t very thin at tendance hath of mantifaturers and buyers at the mat ket, and in consequence considerably less hosi ness was done than on any Tyesday for oome months past. llta'iness lips been pretty lively in the ware .kou.e- during~the week, principally with the drapers from the country. H UDDa:1tntb ELD MARK ETTUE DAY.-The demand for winter gaoos of every description still continues brisk, espietinlly it Tweedi. .Buckskins, and other fancy Wialuens, which are hought with great rager inessat t tir retnierating itices- The business done at the Chath-hall did not lear a plroortion to what wvas trattnac:ed in the shops and -watehouses. On the whole an average pa Qiaable trale-is done,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 January 1839

ABSTRACT OF ALL SALES BY AUCTION Which will take place before our next pu'dscation, THIS DAY. IIEnBBLEWHITE, W. at Rooms, Butter-Pork-Figs Sugar-Soap-Glnger-Assorted Mercrhandise, &c. WILSON, J. 7'. On the Premises, Sussex-street, and Grose's Wharf-Cutler's Cedar Yard-13u1ding Mate riats, &. SOLOMOM, S. In Pitt-street, at Eleven o'Clock, House hold Furniture. TO-M ORROW. WILSON, J- T. at Itoons, ath alf-pst Eleven for twelve o'Cloets-Allotments in Wollongong-annd Farm at Cook's River-On the Promises Clarence.street oppo. site Barrack-lane-three Building Allotments. Goulbuirn, Berrima, and Yass. ANNE RICHARDS, Widow & Executrix of the late JOHN RICHARDS Mail and Building Contractor,. MOST respectfully informs her Friends, and the Public in general, that she has made arrangements for carrying on the Business in the same manner as during her late husband's life time, Her COACHES to and from Yass, Goulburn, Marulan, Bangonia, Berrima and Campbell Town, three time...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 January 1839

SALES BY AUCTION. To Builders, Cedar Dealers, &Sc. 1. T. WILSON Announces to Timber Dealers, Joiners, Builders, and others, that he has been instructed by Mr. Itenjamin Cutler, who is leaving for the country, to offer them by Public Auction, on his Proa t mites, Sussex-street and Grose'a Wharf, TITS a DAY. MONDAY the 28th instant, at Eleven n'elock, A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BUILDING A MATERIALAT. Particulars in Catalogue. J. T. WILSON will also treat for the Sale of tbe Lease of those extensive Premises, known as Cutlet's Cedar Yard, Corner of Sussex-street and Grove's Wharf, comn prising n Stone Building, with four Booms, two Cottages with two IHooms each, fenced in separate, andievery domestic roncenience to each ao them a W0ell of good Water in the driest Seasons.' Two Saw Pits, Sunk and Covered in -iith Shingled roofs. A CARPENTER'S SHOP, *Containing nine henchep, a Counting House fitted -sp with shelving, &c . a Gig House, Fowl House, Stable and Loft, a detached Ki...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 January 1839

Birth. On Monday morning, the 21st instant, at Leitrim, Mrs David Chambers, of a daughter. Marriage. By the Rev. W. Cowper, at St. Philips's Church, on Tuesday, by License, Mr. William Jones, Printer, of Bridge-street, Sydney, to Miss Jane Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. Jilks, late Chief Con- stable of Sydney. Death. On the 19th instant, at her residence, Lap- stone Hill, Amelia, wife of William Hartley, of asthma, second daughter of the late John Peusey, of Dundee. On Monday the 21st instant, the infant daugh- ter of Mr. G. F. F. Arabin, aged eight days.

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DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 January 1839

DISTRICTS. 1. District of Sydney-The Town of Sydney and along the Parramatta Rood to the 8th mile stone at Rurswood ; the toad from Iron Cove Bridge to the Ferry opposite Bedlam Point; the South Had Hoad, and all Roads leading to Botany May east of the turn-of to Liverpool from the Parramatta Road. S2 District of Parramatta-The Town of Parra. matta and along the Road to Sydney as far as the 8th mile stone ot Burwood; the Road from Parra matnttt Liverpool to where it joins the main road front Liverpool to Sydney; the road to the Mole Orphan School; the Western Road to Emu Ford; to Blacktown on the Richmond Ruud ; the North Road through Mulgoa towards the Cowpastures to itut junction with the Liverphol Road at Mr. Blodantud's fart; the Windsor Road as far as Rouse Hill; the cross road by the Seven Hills to Tongatie; the north road to Dural front Parra matta by Castle Hill tthe north road from Bedlam Point Ferry to Dural and all roads within these already mentioned. 3. District of Live...

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FOR SALE, FREIGHT, OR CHARTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 January 1839

FOR SALE, PREIGHaT, OR CHARTER. Susanna Ann, for sale, freight, or charter, Street, agent Cutharine Jamiesons, for freight or charter, Paul & Co. agentit. Sorth Briton, for sale. If not t-R. Ilow,agent. NWStv BY THP. "HASusur: Jes'noe for Hobart Town and New ,, Perfect, which may be dailt looked for, on tbs 25th I ictuber under the -line. Site exchanged' numbers with several other vessels but dtd not speak. Amongst the passengers is SIr. Dawson and family. who, it will be remembered, was succeeded in the Comn mttissioncersttip or agency of the Australian An-i cultural Association by Sir Edward Parry, ten years atm. lie has btogUht out with him seven Durham gulls, eight thorough fired horses and a number of pore bmeriun sheep, with a view to the imltrovement It the bire'i of estle and sheep and quality of the staple commodity of the colon -wottl. Two of the horses died on the voyage and a few of the cattle. The cilet officer died of a fever a few weeks after sailing anti also...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 January 1839

WANTED, A STIOPMAN-apply to S. PEEK & CO., George-street. A LADY of much experience in Tuition, and whois canl give the first refrer~ers in -he clonv, wi-lies to ecange is Mourninu Gove. nes ion mtnily of respectability to instruct ins English, French, Italian, and Drawing. Letters Post Paid, addressed to IT. P.. P'nitor Oice, Geotge-street, will meet early attention. A SMALL PRIVATE FAMIl.Y can neconm nmodate two Gentlemen in a very superi.-r manner, with dom-itories and hoard. Terms 4:100 per annum each gentleman, or nle gentleman can have a dormitory, sittisg.rnoont, and board, where no other boarders will be received. References will be required. For cards of addrces, apply to Mr illard, Music Salosn, George street ; or Mr Mace, Chemist, i-s King-sticet, 20 Rope Makers and 10 Flax Dressers M AY find employment by applying to AM. M. Ayer, Castlereagh-street. January 21st, 1899. NOTICE. j'I'ESSRS. Motntefiores, Breillat & Co. are, as jV,. usual, Purchasers of Wool,...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. THE REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 January 1839

NEWS OF THE DAY. THE REGATTA. The regatta went off well, but was marred by a most melancholy catastrophe, as we will presently narrate. The matches were well contested, and the prizes cleverly won. Mr. William Nicholson's Sisters (pink) won the first prize-a purse of ten guineas, among the four oared gigs not exceeding twenty-two feet overall, pulling round Clark's I-land and back-Mr. Lewis's Jim Crow (white) coming in second. Mr. Tbornton's Haidee (blue burgee. with name) was the winner of a silver cup and ten. guineas, in the second match. The minor matches were equally well con tested, and equally interesting, and there fore when we call them minor matches, we do not mean that they were less enter taining and eresting, but me rely to dis tinguish the smaller prizes from the larger. We have endeavoured to gain information as to the winning boats, but Sunday inter vening, wehave not been able to learn the names of other than the winners of the chief pria-'s. In the evening, Mr. WVy...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 January 1839

Shipping Intelligence   -0- ARRIVALS. On Friday the 25th instant, the ship Hashemy, 523 tons, Buckle master, from London, 23rd Sep- tember, with ageneral cargo of merchandise, A. B. Spark Agent. Passengers, Cabin - R. Dawson Jur. Esq., Mrs. Dawson and child - Mr. John Dawson and Mrs. Dawson - Mr. James Lord, Mrs. Lord and two children - Mr. Joseph Armstrong and Mrs. Armstrong, Mr. L Howland, and Mrs. Howland,   Miss Dawson, Mr. Isaac Aaron, Mrs. Aaron and two children, Messrs Benjamin Samuda, James Graham, Hugh Gordon. Frederick Ebsworth, F. Lamotte, Masters J and E. Graham, and Master Freeman. In the Steerage - William Robertson, George Boul- ton and wife, Elizabeth, Mary, Henrietta, Clara, Sarah, Sophia, Thomas, William and Martin   Boulton, James Pearman, Thomas Todd, George   Boulton, Thomas Holding, and Mr. and Mrs Ous- ley. Servants - Thomas and William Nervers, William Astan, Samuel Walker, Benjamin Rogerson. Mary Coney, Eli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 1 February 1839

ABSTRACT OF ALL SALES BY AUCTION 'Whichl will take place before our next pu',licutloi THIS DAY., J. T. 1VILSON--At Mr. Cutler's Cedar Yard Building Mlaterials. T. W. SMARltT--Opposite James's Stables, York. strect, at 12 o'clock-Horses.' &c, T3-MORROW. A. POLACK- At his Rooms, nt 12 o'clock Villa Allotments at Ats Darsing's J'int, 22 Farms at Prospect Creek, Allotment at Il ighton, and Farm at Prospect. J. T''. WILSON-At his Rooms. at half-past 11 for, 12 o'clock-Working Bullocks, &c. SIMMONS & CO--Attheir Roo,?s, at,11.o'clock -Assorted Merchandise. ,. o -

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