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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 14 January 1863

/ YOL. XXVIII—NO. 44. HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1863. WHOLE NO. 1509 Oi THi5 CENTRAL TRAIN. FKOLU ARKANSAS, General Hindman's Address. Headqr?s, 1st Corps Trans-Miss. Army, j Camp near Fort Smith, Dec. 13,1662. > Soldiers : On the 7th inst., at Prairie Grove, you engaged Tan abolition army largely outnum- bering you. Undsr a furious cannonhde, lasting: 5 hours, and against repeated and ^desperate as- saults of the enemy's infantry upon your whole line, you held every inch of ground and repulsed every atlaok. Better courage was never shown on any field. Texians, Missourians and Arkansians— infantrv, artillery and cavaljy—volunteers and couscrips—all alike nobly performed their duty. Your countrymen will honor you for it. I am proud of y u and thank you. With renewed confidence in ourselves, in the justice of our cause, and the protection of Provi- dence. let us now vigorously prepare for qther battles and still more glorious achievement*. Our future must excel our past. Besi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 14 January 1863

oMeckli) Celegrapjj. HOUSTON, 'TEXAS. E. H. CUSHING, Editor and Proprietor. Terms.—For the WeeKly, S3 per year. For the Tri-Weefcly, #8 per year. For advertising, 50 cents a line for each insertion. Subscriptions and advertising, in all oases, in advance,and discon- tinued when the time paid for expires. Shinplas- ters will in no case be received. ID3 So business transacted outside of the of- fice. _nr Xotick.—All existing contracts for the publica- tion of advertisements in this paper, are discon- tinued from this date. We are compelled to have the space for the n-e of our readers, and accord- ingly have put the price of advertising, until fur- ther notice, at 50 cents a iine for each publication. This applies to all advertisements for private bene- fit. Advertisements Tor the benefit of the public will be inserted at a lower price. Our regular advertising business was suspended over a year as,o,and we shall only admit advertisements at the above price to accommodate advertisers.— ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 21 January 1863

w.-jcamsjjjrm* jkx H VOL. XXVIII—NO. 45. HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 18G3. WHOLE NO. 1510 BY TB*S I'ENTSAL TRAIN- Houston, Janua'y 13 b, !£c3. We are under obligations to Mr. J. F. Dumble, of the firm of Peel & Dumble, of this citv, who ar rived to-day on the Central Train, for several late papers, and also for the following news. Passengers who left Vicksburg on the 4th, report that the left wing of Roseucranz's army had been driven back in the third day's fight by Bragg, with a loss of ali his artill ry and four thousand more prisoners. Bragg had driven them into Nashville, aud our forces were investing the city with every confidence that it would have to surrender. The fighting had been very heavy on both sides. No particulars of the loss on either side had up to the latest date been received. Morgan bad blown up the tunnel near C .ve City nnd destroyed all meavs of communication be- tween Nashville ard Louisville Our forces made a charge upon th * enemy rear Vicksburg oi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 21 January 1863

dltechlg Cdcgntpb. HOUSTON, TEXAS. E. E. CUSHIN0, Editor and Proprietor. Terms.—For the Weofcly, $3 per year. For tbe Trl- Weekly, $8 per year. For advertising, 50 cents a line for each insertion. Subscriptions and advertising, in all cages, in advance,and discon- tinued when the time paid for expires. Skinplas- ters will in no case be received. irp No business transacted outside of the of- fice. JT\\ THIS PRJCSIDKftT'!* PROCLAMATION. We give to-day the President's proclamation regarding Reast Butler and his officers, as well a* all ihe officers of the Federal army who act under the Linco'n emancipation proclamatian. The out-law ing of Butler should have been done long ago. Not only did the peoplo of the Confederate States demand it,hot the civilized world, aghast a his atrocities, looked to see the universal senti- ment of civilization respected by the denuncia- tions of our government upon this unmitigated •coundrel. lie who has shown no respect to any of the private rights of a c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 28 January 1863

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH VOL. XXVIII—NO. 46. HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1863. WHOLE NO. 1511 BY TBS. CENTRAL TRAIN. Houston. January 19lh, 18G3. T he fight near Murfreesboro', and the capture of 7,000 Abolit ouista by Wheeler, aid 4,000 by Bragg is cgr firmed by Bragg, who telegraphed to Gi n. J. E. Johnston to this effect. It was also rumored and believed in Vicksburg, that Nashville is evac- uated by the enemy. The enemy had not been heard from on the 6th inst., that left Vicksburg and went up the river. It is rumored that Kentucky has scceded by an actot the Legislature, and her troops have been call d from the Lincoln army. Humphrey Mar- shall is st.11 In Kentucky with bis troops. Th< evacuation of Nashville was read out to the troops at Arkansas Post. The following i$ from the News Ex'ra of Mon- day : PicTKRsBrRo, Jan. 5«—The Herald, of the 2.1, has be«n received. Its dispatches contain nothing but what has been sent this evening. The Times says 3eymour was inaugurated Governor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 28 January 1863

fckln Cclegrap|. HOl'SXOS, TEXAS. I E. H. GUSHING, Editor and Proprietor. BItASH TACKS. PUBLIC LAWS AND PUBLIC OPlRlON. Lotus not be niiaunilerotooj. We have takes no decided position one w:<y or the other as to the policy of planting itt'ro or less cotton. It ia a question that has two sides, and both can be made to appear quite plausible. What we have said and do say, with all the spirit we can put iuti words, is that corn, corn, CORN, first, last and al.the time, must be the chief production of our people until it is certain more than enough will be raised Wo have, we believe, shown that the currency is at its present deprecUtion owing to its redun- dancy. We are met by certain theoretic friends who attemptto prove that it is not redundant and that it is not depreciated! As well might they theorize and attemptto prove that the sun's rays are not warm, and that there is no water on the prairies after a heavy rain. We showed, by the public statistics of the country, that there i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 4 February 1863

T HE WEEKLY TELEGR APE VOL. XXVIII—NO. 47. HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1S63. WHOLE NO. 1512 BY TH ; CENTRAL THAIS. Houston, Jan. SJ3. Tho train to-day bringi Ihe confirmation of the capture of Arkansas Post by tho enemy, to- gather with the following named commands : Garland's; Wilke's, and Gillespies* (Garland's Brigade*) Dessheer, Mill's* and S**ect, (ifcsheer's Br gade.) Darnell's and Taylor'®—all Texas regi- ments. Dawson's Arkansas Uoglcient. Dimmjth's Arkansas command, at the fort. Watts* Arkansas Battery. Richardson's Texas Cavalry Co. £ntts' Louisiana Cavalry Co. Den son's Louisiana Cavalry Co. Portiock's Arkansas Conscript Regiment came in just in time to surrender. Th^ above comprises a force of afcoul 8.CWJ men. Tlie Federal force engaged was 43 GOO strong. Their loss was 1,500. Our loss in killed and wounded is stated at-120. Thj b^ttlo lasted 36 bears. TUe above newrs is brought by Dr. Wq. Rodgers who is direct from Arkansas Post, and is also cor- robated by other p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 4 February 1863

ITgMS ef INTEREST. TffHnAVat. tictriT ©?y SABlN-r SJOrSTOS, TEXAS. 43tl Je*« fromt>'s MViitflryrt^rhnefiton 54 iiour'ij ' —- inotlce. He says that as a c!?89 they violate every • We ars indebted to Mr. llRrioVof tho New Or regulation of irada establihed by tho Troasur.-j spcel l to the Houston Telegraph. leans and T-"Xas Railro d Co., fornrNew Orient* j Dei>srtu.e nf. "i , , „ „ , .......... lVlta of the 8lh of Jar.nary, from which we gather! _s. n . . T . , . , , ... ' boaril C. B, Guaboct Josiah A. Rll, .1.- The Cntcago Bflan of Trnde httt e b.iiit-di?d n.,ir «r \tAircdt.. A d— 2. H. CtJSHHTO, Editor asd Proprietor. Chicago Times from their Keadiirg Knora, end cut Tssms.—For the Weakly, ,3 per year. For the Tri-Weekly, $8 per year. For advertising. 50 cents 3 line for each insertion. Subscriptions ami advertising,in ail cases, in advance,and discon- tinued when the time paid for expires. Shinplaa- ters iri'.l in no caso be received. 1C? s° business transacted ouiilde of lh« ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 4 February 1863

TVl U ! 4 ** (.Continued from firsi puge.) 'ntirasicy of their commercial relations w'itit the 8tates engaged in war. It is manifest that the coarss of action adopt-id byEarope, while hasad on an apparent re-iusal to dsterminethaquastioir.orto sida with either par- iy, was Injiolnt of fact an actual decjsoia aeaiiis! ■ oar right< and in fayor of tlta s^oojidlesS .preten- sion! of the United States. litraia'refbsaUo trfnt As 83 an indapendSnigoVernlhem. If w« were in dependent States, the refusal to entertjin -with us the sime international intercourse as was main- tained with onr oaenty unjast, arid was inju- rious In itseffect*. whatever may hive baen the mo- tive which prompted it. Neither was it in accord- ance with the high moral obligations of that inter- national code whoso chief sanction is tho conscience of sovereigns and the public opinion of mankind thai, those eminent powers should decline the per- : romance of a duty peculiarly incumbent on them, from any apprehension...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 4 February 1863

« ? ' > simply asserted Usability to detcnd Itseirnraiast being conquered by that power, ws m:iy .-- feiy conclude th-tlr the claiYns of this Con'ertor . y to . itsjustplace in the family of nations can'« i'oag bewithel<i,aftersofrank and fo mat an « • >*iou of its capacity to cope,on equal term- i. its aggressive foes, and to maintain itse'.. >inst their attempts to obtain decisive results :>\ arms. It is coy painful duty ajain to inform you "of the - th^ renewed examples of every conceivable-atro- ' city codimi ted by the armed forces of the United States, at different points Within the Confederacy, and which must stamp indelible infamy not only oil the"perpetrators* bat on their superiors, who, having the power to check these outrages on hu- manity, numerous and well authenticated as they have b en, have.not vet, in a single instance of which I am aware, inflicted punishment on the Wron4*Joers. Since my last communication to you, one Gen. BIcNeil murdered seven pri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 11 February 1863

-I oy 00VIBSX33 1S63. itiTK, Tax as, Feb tr I P&4) m ■J*:. \% Gnllwi* f th*~S*uti ni House of Rtpfcsea- ' tA'Vfl! It mil'c my duty io convene the Leirtslafure in •xtraordttury session. when deemed essential n.rttie publlcgood, I have called you togeUer at mis n,o- mentou* crl-D, to receive j onr aid ar.d co-operation, la tire adoption o< inch ttldltlo&al nuasnrts, a3 may ba esteemed ofvltal Importance to the cotiBirv. Since your adjournment, tl.e wa has beeu prose- cuted by our vindictive and reiaoisele^wenemy x-lth fit u,e mean# and energy at liU command*-"iVIihig tn the clash tiT arms-and shock o f, battlo to -txjuqxier ind-snbdue our "people, no expedient, honevfer mis- erable, contemptible and' detoUaMe, has been lef: untried by him, to Induce the cMzens-of-fift Gnved- •nto States to throw etTUie'.r alliance to" tne G ,v- Brnmtnt 01 their choice, and espouse o cause tfcey de- test and abhor. Wherever the fcYlune if war has ■ placed any portlonofthe Con ederacj In his ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 11 February 1863

d£^*wjy|e J' of debit and mllitasy ierrloe* Incurred prior to hi January, 1868. It will alio be bone to mind that the claim* of Dm Stat* against th* Confederate Government will not vary far from tho entire indebtedness of the From iheincreaaed demands likely to bo made upon the Treasury, the facility with which our si 11 sent can procure the mean si o pay their taxes, and the importance of rednelug State liability* si rapidly as possible, thereby appreciating the bal- Sice,,! feel-no hesitation In recommending an crease of tSe tax to one-half of one per cent.,. exolusiveoftfcdJoan tax. ' The receipie .likely to come into the Treasury daring the year, arising from the present rate of taxation, and other ordinary sources, will ynonnt to about 9500,000 f 9300,000 of which will be ro- cuirsd for the support of the civil Government, leaving only *200,000 for the redemption of un- " i -s . .i . * tax ■ ,000 "reirenuerwhieh would toon relieve the 8tate The amount of special specie tax asse...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 February 1863

VOL. XXYIII—NO. 49. HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1863. WHOLE NO. 1514 Bf THE CENTRAL TRAIN. Hovstob, Feb. 11,1963. We are indebted te Charles Brotkway for the Shreveport N*w* of the 30th alt. and :td inet., which, however, contain no later newt. We are alio under obligations to Lt. Uarka, of Garland's Begiment, who escaped from Arkansas Peit after the surrender, fer a Shreveport Newe extra of the 5th, from which we take Louisiana dates to Feb.2d. Hindman's command was at Little Rock, in winter quarters. The Federal fleet and army that captured Arkansas Post, have disappeared the way they cam*. By passenger! we isara that It It probably not the intention of the enemy to attack Vicksburg again, bat to endeavor to open the canal cat off, land aforca below, threaten Jack An, and thus force the evacuation of Vicksburg. This Bay be he lew programme, bat its success Is equally as deabtfal as a direct attack on that heroic little city. From the Shreveport News Bxtra, Feb. i. B*LHi,Lx.vJ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 February 1863

Meekly €elegrap|. HOUSTON, TEXAS. E. H. CASHING, Editor and Proprietor. Later froi i Arizona—More Federal Civil- ization. YICKSBITRG. All eyes are now tnmed to Vicksburg I Thus far resUting ali the efforts of the enemy, this city, the key of the Mississippi in its grasp, check*.the progress of the foe. Her courage and constancy hare made her name historic. The past gives us few snch examples of heroism. There is one worthy to be brought to remembrance now, showing what a brave ana delermined people, fighting against fearfnl odds can endure for liberty. France by the execution of Louis XVI had thrown down the guantlet of defiance to all mon- archial Europe. England, which until now had wavered in her policy, at once assumed an attitude of unmistakable hostility. Russia, Austria, Prus sia and Holland, all trembling For the fate of legit, imacy and the ancient order of things, hastened to combino in an effort to crash out French Republi- canism. France, ton by factions and trembling un...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 February 1863

. . 3- « *a, V W V VOL. XXVIII— NO.. 50. -*■ i * . mt&*y / HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, FE&RUARY 25, 1§63,- BY Tofcrnw^rTRAiv. IToi'ston, February 20'Jt, 1EC3. Bj the Oriingp Traia we -havo several dij'/i fate -intelligence given lalow. Wo are tnformod By p s*ongers that our forces "Inivo sue cooed in eul- . ting the feviic of the.'Misttssippi below the head _" of the canal and flooding t&"e cut off. by which means tha 4'etleral workiyeu on lhf-ditch havo been pretty much swamps out. The d'atb of Lt. - Col.Tiioroin*,ofthe Texayvi^cenfirmeT. ' BicRHQHo. Jun. 21.'—Jlte UoraMjOrtlit! 28tii, ia _jrcco!ve«i. - In tho S-nate, Tuesday, Si-nls'jiir.-.-, of D-!a varc, made a speech, ia «hi<-iihn denounced Lin- jcnlu u in imbecile. The Vio^-Ptrrtident til ed iilra to order nevcrRl and finally ordered the - sergesnt-n^arms to lake bini in custody. h'lytls- * bpry displayed a7evolvPr«:s be vo«-iil rut. „ The nettlday,Clark. of'Neiy Hani jfchiro, offered a resolutiQre'of e.vpulsion ; it li...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 February 1863

; E. H.* ^USJLlsG, Editor and Proprietor. '■ V f " i " t THE RIO ' 3k'! URA>DS TRADE. ; WORTH A THOUGHT. We are uow, and ever, opposed to u; sort ot "arrangement admitted into this Confederacy with a Constitution prohibiting silvery. At tho samU time, we cdb- fesslh&t the gallant bearing of tho &orth*we5teni soldiers, sn&tfceir obyiftus aflinitiss forthe South, ..yH^KttAWT TKXM BOY, ' -T , I BY SXPESSS. A food deal has beejj'said'about the cotton trada fo the 1th) Grande and the cotton orders issued bf the military- authorities. These orders h^vo been construed in various ways, and hove been'from time to time soroewhatcbnaietlDg with themselves1) mu"h jo thatit required more attention to them has.been given by tho'ordinary runofp«°- th. -V..' PS? '■ ' ' *' ; • V - -•.' I "•.' p- ; -H- • i * < i [r pass———i—— f o le 3cr>ottf hnw to£et cotton oul or g?ods the county from the neatra! territory ofWextto - The qnearion hz 9 arisen, Why restrict Itfe trade at all ? To...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 4 March 1863

T HE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH VOL. XXVIII—NO. 51. HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 186* •J. WHOLE NO. 1518 BY THE CENTRAL TRAIN. Houston, Feb. 23. High waters *ttil Interrupt travel, and p&ssen gers by to-day's train brln^no later news. We learn from Drs. (hikes and Griffln, who came passengers on the train, that the small pox or a Very virulent type, has made its appear ance in Bosque and Hill counties. Several deaths had already occurred. The water in the Brazos was receding slightly, although yet at a very high stage. fng in service for 9 months linger those regiments ! mont important: Involving a* it does the question ! whose time is about to expire. {or subsistence itself. Should it fall, which from | r ... Ipresent indications not at ail unlikely, many Gen.Kirby Snslth is&t Alexandria, but has not meRMUPs inaugurated for th* benefit of the coun- IIocsto it, Feb. 24th, 1863. We learn from Mr. Montgomery, of this coun- ty, that he was informed by Mr. Hobbs, a gentle man who particip...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 4 March 1863

Meelgi Cdftppi HOrSTON, TEXAS. '• 1 " il K. Kr€OSHINO, Editor-and-Proprietor.- . «' *i€ ***** «.j /r you been vaccinated ftv? *« :,r. # <a A' 'n^C n ■ ' ' i ■ hi T - B ■ , vt >*5 ( S "• ' ' «•< •v.'CONSTITirWOS A li blaKlCl^vo.. . CXJ* DlMflti : ■' ■ " ■ • , ,.k/ -.V ,\T6 .ooc*iionnlly hear i-xprtMlont li^s these *"* aughvoot to b« iiyjuatniSh on consti .^Tho Coostitntiofishould not be permitted to stnnd f***[pd'tftd*tytrTtrMbfe?** "Thfe Constitution rtiouM • *: .j.-At.(ittty," tic., e 10. We reg?u-d these expressions,aj **' • 'ftjificstirig aspinttoUliy&t VaHamcewith dem "oeracjr and the princ.ijijpi^^fre# 'jfovermoept •"■flTtfen'we bear theto t>tt-tbe Hps ot Unen thstaro *a'o " t' ijkth to u'ghoM the' C&hSKHutinn, and '- ««■* # # * * '"'•iCointttutloh to'its protectors and -defonders, w« ■niiHpt /< — {T ?*kJ i".' ? Another Resolution Acniri*t the Telffraph [ i A public meeting in.Cor&cana, Navarro~coun-j ty, the other day passed the follow teg: ITP$M OF ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 11 March 1863

w &< VOL. XXYIII- fclreai, Grand and Glorious! Correspondence of the Telegraph. Nacogbocms, March 4th, 1S63. Iditor Tilxoeaph—I-baJten to forward the following Kxtra from' tbe Louisiana Democrat of- fice, bronghl here yesterday by Mr. Cliut.Tnylor, direct from Alexandria. Besides this news, howetfeiithero's arfpotttothe effect that treaty thousand Federal soldier's hadihrovrn down their arms and surrendered 10 our army at Vicksburgr HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11 WHOLE the proposed Western States, _ ,,,Ky.. has been held, and s wire sent'to both Richmond and The caiial at Vlckstrarg has turned abandoned. Regiment. Sibley 'a Oapt. W. S. Alexander, (jiff place un Sunday last, and the Tor daily. to be _ that Dai Washington, out to" - The , Brigade passed tbroi ^ •stcorta'W JBi — _ Bat'I am keeping your readers from the glo- rious news confined in the following: Verytrnlir,&c.' C. From the Louisiana Democrat, Extra Feb, 58. When a few days since wa stated that ire were prepared...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 11 March 1863

. m "* - , &:rT: Imi -t Xe«tal «I' o^legort on the Iffili- To the Hon. 0. W. BreKMT, SjWkar . The fpecial Committee, wii6s6 duty, it waa to enquire Into the acts of the Military Board, beg leave to report that they have had the same under consid- erati on, and male ths be*t InvestVa- tioas which the length of time and the large and farted tranMCUons of the Board would admit of. The Committee Una that, boon after the creation of the Beard, Mr. G. H. Uiddlnga was employ- •tfas Its agent to make negotiations, with a. view to obtaining the funds with which the Board conM commence operations; in these negotiations, Mr. GlidinS was unsucceseitil. The Board then employed Mr. James T. D. Wilson to make purchases of arms, monitions of war, blankets, clotbtntf, shoes, leather, medietas, Ac. The Board furnished Mr. Wilson Willi nine thous- and Ave hontired dollars In specie, and with othar funds, tobe ased In tbe purchases to be made by hltn. Tnespe- cle was used in the purchase of such ^a...

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