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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 25 June 1863

rui' m-v i'-ijih 'muutntrmmi hhuihwhimi uiu ei-in. im ..m hi h.iiiiwj iii..wi.uuiam,i inmtls launtitl tkit)s iu plus, politics, fiferattnt, gricitlfuit, Pittltcis, fa. 51 SO a Tear; Strictly in Advance. NUMBER 9. J. L. BOARD MAN J Editor andProprietor. ) HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 25, I8G3. VOL. XXVIT. Poetry. Rally Round the Flag, Boys. Yes, we'll rally Wo'll fully once again, Shouting tlio battlo-cry of Freedom; Wo will rally from tha hillside, Vo'H jnitherfrnm tho 1'laln, Shouting the battlo-cry of Froeilum. CHORUS. Tha Union foroer, hurrah, hoys, liurrahl Pnirn with the traitors, up with the stars, While wo rally round the (lag, hoys, rally on- noaln, Shouting the battle-cry of Freedom. We aro springing to the call For six hnndred thousand more, Shouting the battle-cry of Freedom! And we'll till the acant ranks Of our hrothors gone before, Shouting the battle-cry ot Freedom. CHORUS. Th Union forever, hurrah, hoys, hurrah! We will welcome to our numbors T...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 25 June 1863

M " " 'I1""." '" . In the fator.M Whj? "You U?e got iht Tfeiidant of the United Sttoi." Ile wn Kentackun by birth. Whit lie? " You have got the AboU(ioni$tr Had we tin Beanie? No. Bcideithe Home, of CongTess.lhcj bad two thirdi ef the Judgci of the Supreme Court of the United Slates. Whet was thcro to justify rebellion nndar such a itato of things? Nothing moro than that thoj had detorminod on it boforehand. Lot us geo if the; had do tor rained on re bellion beforehand. THE CONSPIRACY AGAINST THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. There was held In 1860, after tho nsages of tho Pemocrntio pnrty, Con vention, in the city of Charleston. There were a threat many men who knew beforehand what wan coming to pa.", and which did come to pa, at that lime, Who wero not considered very H' fcaoion for all that. Thero were men there who had detorminod to croato a division, in ordor to effort thoir purpose. Bu there wan an ohstaelo in the way; thero stood between them and their object thegreat Democratic pirty, T...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 25 June 1863

Palters? about $mnt 8tinacrluor reealTlng their pitpeM with an "X" mrkmtopi.nitttilrnamn,wlll nntarUnil Uml th Imp lor which tliey hare pnld hae aspired. The Celebration of the Fourth. Tho arrangements for the great Union Colobration of the approaching National Anniversary in thinjplace, aro nearly completed, and warrant us in an ticipating one of the largest gathoringB of tho peoplo that has ovor been wit nessed in this part of the 'oountry. Wo aro enabled to announco that the following distinguished ppeakcrs will positively bo hero and address the peo ple: Hon. Jl. B. CARPENTER, Esq., of Covington, Ky., IIo. 8. O. GRISWOLD, of Cleveland. Hon. 3. S. IIINKL15, of Springfield, Rev. ALLEN T. THOMPSON, of Cincinnati, Hon. JAMES SLOAN E, of Ilillsboro. In addition to tho above, wo havo good ronson to expect tho attendance of Hon. JOSEPH M. ROOT, of Sandusky, and Hon. CARY A. TRIMBLE, of Chillicotho, bath gentlemen having promised to bo here, if possiblo. Invitations have been sent to al...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 25 June 1863

Miscellaneous. General Milroy Escapes from Winchester. Baltimore, Jane 15. flencrnl Mil roy was surreundod at Wioclicnter by 18,000 'rebels, lot after a desperate fight ho cut h!j way through, and uni ted with onr forees at Harper's Forry. Our force at Martineburg has alaofullcn bock oa Harper's Ferry. ' The Secesh and the German. Among the pitienfs Id the General Hospital in l'biladclphia, is a eecesh soldier. He was rcry tick when Grst brought bore, bat is now doing better. Ho ia a crabbed eustoroor. Now that be ia recovering his surliness begins to show itiolf in a manner that his com radei don't caro about putting up with from a secosh. In the ssrae ward with him h a Un ion soldier -an adopted! eititen from the land of krout. Yesterday morning the Union German said something to seooBh; Scoe9h roucbsafud only in reply: . ''Goto " "Do vat?" Seeesh repeated his remark. The German was not at all exasper ated. " Ah!" said ho "mine frent, you ish to kind. I cannot'go to dat place." "W...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 2 July 1863

J. L. BOARD MAN,) Editor andProprielor. ) Jfmnilt aiintal ta JJcfos, politics, fttentturc, Agriculture, DJarlids, tit. $1 50 a Tear; Strictly in Advance , NUMBER 10. VOL. XXVII. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, JULY 2. 1863. Poetry. The Drummer Boy. K llttlartrtimmarBojr, who wa eoniifrtM with n Ohio rulmi-nt. wa hot In tti t.rat t th buttle of Hhlloh.an'lrili'il whlla In a Viwllnt poaltlon, offorlnK a nravar to H-ar.n, whll Mnw-n..lillr who wrw wniirvl f4 hel'1 lilm up In hlrmi. Th f..llnwln bmntlfnl Unix wn foiin-l In daail aol1lir' pecknt, on th Hat-tlo-floldof Porrjvllla and iont to hla mother In Cincin nati: On KlilloVi dark anil Moody ground, The Ami nd wonndort lay; Amon thorn waa Prnmmor Boy, Who beat the drum that day. A wnnndml oMierheld him np, III! drum wal by hl eldi lleclapd hla hand and rnlaed hit eyM, And prayed bolorehe died. "Look down npon the tmttle flfld, Oh, Thou, our H.wnly fvland; Hare mmrv on our ilnful oulaj" Each Midler cried, "Amtn." And (fa...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 2 July 1863

way would have betn for Mr. 8. to Vove Unght Mi friends to be quiet, ai they pruftat to bt "peaceallo" party. IIo thought "the Conscript lav dead." He aid they "would soon learn to bo ntjg ehieTona." VT think that trade is pret ty well laarned amongst them, judging froip the newt we hear from different parte of the county. lie asid, "ponce on any terms rather than dissolution," (here the bellwether of Butternuts in Coooord spoke out and said, "rather than Wflr') 'The man that unconditional ly wantsto oarry on this war (hero wo were interrupted by a half wilted But ternut that g near us, who saiJ, "what are you gotn to do with that, are you go tn. to tind it to Boarduian?" and we lott the abovo argument.) Mr. Coffuaan was then called for. said he "expected to say what ho to aay Independent." He "did kqow whethor Gen. Burnside had IIo had nOt any reporters hero or nut." "The pulpit in a political stump, and the preachers stump speakers." Here followed a har angue of nonscnao on tho cl...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 2 July 1863

Matters about Home. niibaorlhora racoirlna; tholr rI""r ""I mirk I oppoalta thnlr n, will nndaraland Hint tl. tlmo fur which tlioy hara paid haa expired. Militia Notick Election of Offi-CEltt!1-T-By mistako (he time of election for oflioers of the Militia of this town iliip was printoJ in our lust iasuap o'olock. It should have been 1 o'clock P. M. ScoNotico in our adrcrtifing Columns, Dnd attend punctually. The Fourth. The Committco of Invitation liavo received since our last isuo a letter from lion. Joseni M. Root, of San dufiky, slating that he will positively be here to address tho people on Satur day next. Thoso who remember his admirable ipeech in this plnoo during the last Presidential canvass, will bo glad to liavo tho opportunity of hearing him again. The arrangement for half fare trains on tho railroad is definitely made, and tickets will be for sale at all the sta tions. Tho train will arrive hero at 9.30 A. M. and loavo at 1 30 P. M. All our citizens are. requested to di...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 2 July 1863

Farmer's Weather Hints for Farmers. - Th following tr xtrtcls from Ad airs! Fitiroj' "Manual of I ractioal Mtorolojty." They wer iotonded for the liinste of England, but are al eef iatereit lere, aa telling the eigne f the weather: Whether clear or cloudy, a rosy iky I sunset presiges Sne weather, a sickly-looking, greenish hue, wind and rain; a dark (or Indian) red, rain; a ted aky io the morning, bad weather or ma.cn wind (perhaps rain;) a gray sky in the morning, fine weather; a high dawn, wind; a low dawn, fair weather. Soft-looking or delicato clouds fore tell fin weather, with modorato or light breeies; hard-edged, oily -looking clouds wind. A dark, gloomy bluo sky is windy, but a bright blue aky indicates fine weather. Small inky looking clouds foretell rain, light soud clouda driving across heity masses show wind and rain; but if alone, may indicate wind only. High upper clouds crossing the sun meon. or stars, in a direction different from that of tho lower clouds, or the wi...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 9 July 1863

& Jaiwl journal QtMti to $cfos, politics, fitcrafiw, gricultttT fa. $1 50 a Tear; Strictly in Advance. J. L. BOARD MAN J Editor and Proprietor. ) . . IIII.LSBOROUGJI. inGIILANl) COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, JULY ff, 18G3. NUMBER 1L: vol. xxvir. Poetry. Woman to the Rescue. Woman to the Rescue. Dedicated to the Legal Women's League of St. Louis. Woman to the Rescue. Dedicated to the Legal Women's League of St. Louis. BY E. H. E. JAMESON. WMIa manly bearta and tronir rich I arma Piicltt for ntir ctmntry'a Ante and laws; While patriot blood like water llowa From brother's r-lna tould oiircaunc, Khali wnmnn nit with folded hnnil. Anil III till" atrlfp Ami nmiKlit to ilu? I fhora no work fr loyal omnia Of alstora, wlvua, awl mutlierii, too? While, traaaon lurk In every atrect. Anil walkaahout In lliin diajiuhe Whllocrnvcn ho.irta with ,o.mn ton2iiea I'Mto lon-lly IVii'-o nml Comriinie!" Shall woman's voire bo hn-hed nudstill, Anil offiTlio rahuko to thoaa Who lack tin' power not the will ...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 9 July 1863

ttfee pmir Uttos. niLLSDOROUOH. OHIO Thursday, July 0, 1863. M1Tf Mtvem all f mff imtiilmmtifn fit Jtrntvd Infottf is awr I'lJiirry, frf .fcWvr nmmtt kniy tmitort mnp np mtm e e, m wi, hm amrw mean thnl Pnwintm s mtl iho r VmA, to MMffria i t , m kelp m (4t The Army of tnw ww is m ittfTiiii Minmii earn! to cimnwr ana sWetror armed nNIi; earnest to meet force with force; MriMt In 111 beaMy detnetetloii ef cowardly traitor t hottw; ftfn(t in rlllad power to evero-me nil who Wire tbe natlotie ruin. Ohlo'eetie knndml Ibonnnd enldfers Mk their fathers, brothers and frlen.U, by their ft reel rise and In thtr pavcefal homee, to hear and heed hi eppewl. and put an end to covert treason at home, mmdm twers eaaa-ermte now te our national eifeuwice than the presence of armed hoars of mhgutded rebels." J Address ef Ohio k Idlers la th Army of (Jets, Boee-crant. UNION STATE TICKET. Governor, JOIIS BROl'OH, ol Cuyahoga Cosmty. Lieutenant Governor, 'D ABltS ANDKRSOX, of Montgomery County. Fepreme ...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 9 July 1863

Matters about Home. fatirir.ra reealrlng. their paper, with in "X" Markad jppoalta their names, will nnderstand thai the. tlaasfor which they hare paid ha eiplred. ...... iV Matters about Home. The 4th in Hillsboro. Grand Union Demonstration. Grand Union Demonstration. FROM 12,000 TO 15,000 Grand Union Demonstration. FROM 12,000 TO 15,000 PEOPLE PRESENT. Speeches by Hon. J. M. Root, Hon. S. S. Heakle, Col. R. B. Carpenter. Hon. James Sloane, Rev. Allen T. Thompson, and Rev. J. McDaniels. The Celebration of our National An Tiivcrmiry in this place on Saturday, wa by Tar the greatest popular domonstra tion ever witncspd in this county, on similar occasion. The Union-loving people of the connty, men, women and children, the old tho young and the middle-apod, came together hy thou Mnda, to testify their veneration for the day, and their unfaltering attachment to the Union established by our fathers on tho basis of the immortal principles embodied in tho Declaration of Inde pendence. Tho...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 9 July 1863

A BlESSlNG TO WOMAN. Washing Made l.sisy! CLOTIIESVnirJGER fTnX SnhiieritW haTlng HtnirM thw fxrlndr n M toatdl th Ihjv mlehftttpd labor-MYlng Mitchi IvnHlxtMim and l.llirrty tow-mihlp, l now prepare awf-rdr lhm nt the manufaeturer' retail prlee.. Ti MfttTtilM I pnmomie.rd by m 1 1 who hn? tried It one -th rwtv-fit Invention tff th ajr, arrotnplhthluir, ft H llMirlfitiii npratln.1 tif wafthinir, what tha ftewing Machine d fur tl rrtrtintrt-iw. It foiiTfr remove th drMMt ef "wiwhloB H-iy nrprctiU thptrttat weai 4 litf" rMili'a by hand-wrluijinff, ami what la Ml ill mtfrtttiTtpnrtnnt, auvea the lame. lwrkt wiInM aud (rid, euttl i that tediona Hhd llroaotno operation. , TlterMl.t'j.nij iiMed brtweitt tlntuf liidi lluhher t! to, mhh h prr thH water tlHf ourIily Iron,;. h clot hi, lea'lttc them dryer lhn the rati brwrunj br hand. Tb Machine li attached to rotuntoii Wi,Mihijrtnb, Ahd UWiiUiiitiaiid tvw.ly operated that a child Iwtttt I Mir (fill en ft wring tha henviertt garment, II la th...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 16 July 1863

0 a i i u I FT J. L. DOARDMAN,) Editor andProprictor. j & lainilji lountal 5)tl)fl to pcius, pities, literature, Agriculture, Tavhcts, tfc. $1 50 a Year; Strictly in Advance. NUMBER 12. VOL. XXVTL II.LLSBOROUGTI, HIGHLAND COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY, JULY 1(1. 1803. Poetry. Tho following lined wore written by a colored girl about 1I yourit nlil: Bury me in a Free Land. BY FRANCIS ELLEN WATKINS. Mule me a jrrnvn whom i'or yon will, In a 1nMv plain or n lofty hill ; Mnhn Itanionirt ofirtli'n linniMot (rrnrn( Hut not In a I ami wlWc men nro r-luvr. I rnnM iint rent, If umiin'l my amvo I Ito ml thn t"p f a troniMint; nIiivo, UN tthmliw iilwiro my fliknt trirnh Would nmke It a pltu- ol foarful gloom. JmtiM not sh op, if I hoard tho trrad it a ctTic(riM(r to tho himitrl l; Aiulth" m"MnT'n nhrl- k of wild dr-pair It Mo llko a rnro,on the trvmhHnjr, uir. I nnM nnt r"t, If I paw fh Imh Drinking hr Mood fit rar-h fnrfnl jrnli; And I piiw hr Imhf torn fnm, her hnnt, Llko a trombllujj duvc from ...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 16 July 1863

!.' . ."r ":" 11 i m1 u " ti but to dcKjiia. Rcbeli.did I brj? ttt, your fathers wore robeb, or your grtndhthars. Ha who now before mo looks down go sadly opon u,tbe fatso, decnrit4 kn4 tmWiln otatrclians of o 1 r gmt tlcpnllio which no founded, WM ft rebel. And yet no, cradled our Mires lo rebellion, ml who havo fos tered and fruterniiod with every in irreeiion In tho nineteenth ocntary vervwher Oirojighout th o globe, would now, fotfsooth, mako tbo word Octal" a reproach. Itabela cortainly thej are; but all tho persistent and stu feadtva efforts of tho most girfimtio warfara of m odor n times hsvo, through joar Ineowpetenoy and folly availed nothing to erosh thorn out, oat off tho' they hate been by your blockado from alli& world, and f'dptndont only upon Iholr eontfago and rtsiurocs. A"nd yet they were ty bo utterly eonquend and tubdocd in six weeks, or three months! Sir. my judgment was made up and ex pressed from tho first. I learned it ' from Chatham: "My lords, you cannot...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 16 July 1863

A BLESSING TO WOMAN. Washing Marie Hsisy! Tllo UuivorMal CLOTIIESVRIMGEl, f fliiWrlltor Win hnntrtit tlm rxrlu.W n J to Ml thf nlinvn ci'Mmm l litt"r-r.vliiK Mm h) In IlllUltnro mill Mliorty tnwnuMp, l tmw prcpnrr rt up1y tlipm t tlio nmiinnirtiircr'fl Mull prim. Ti Miu-hinw l pronounced by nil wlio Imvp ti l l it onn tho grcntntit Invention nf tlio ntfn, nrrontllsliintr fr tlm liilmrlon njH-nitlnn ir nnxlilng wlint tlift Hrwinff Murlilnn (lM for thn (-mini M nun. It f"MV)T ri'tnovci tli rlrrml of 'nMim iliiy," prrvrnts thotrrrnt "wnnr ami lenr" of rlotln-K hy hiind-wrlnirinir, iiikI wlmt i Mill ftiorolmportiint, ttnvnti thn liimo ha kn. writn nut) IIm, rniifcil ty thnt tniHn.i". run! tlrpnomn op'-rnlion. Tho rlothr iiro piiHspd hclwern utrnnff Imlifi K.ihhnr roll which jr.thn wtitor tliorotinhly trnm'.thp Hot heft, hurdiff them rtryor Hum they cnii lie wrnitK ''V .mini. Thn Mftrhtniin Mtm-hnd to A common witMiiiifz-tiih, nnd In bo Mmpln and nnnlly opnrnt.-rt that ft. child twelve y...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 16 July 1863

Farmer's Department. Farmer's Department. Turnips---Raise Them. Al tl is In July tliat turnlp 1.onld bo own, we would mj word to farmer! In reference to the mutter. Aed wo hope no farmer will rest eathfied with out living Bofliyont qnnntity of tur dips to meet all demands on him. Tbere is no crop bo upful nbont farm, as a general tiling. Cattlo, horsey hogs, ebecp, &o., all liko tbem, and time on tbem; and they keep ani mals in much better order during win" ter, than if fod on dry foed. Especial ly does this apply to oxen and cowgt A yoke of oxen that reeoives a bushel of turnips thrice daily, or even half a bushel a day, will turn out in the upring, fat, and eleck, and ready for work; when those fed only on dry fod, CTOO with grain, will be much inferior. And a cow that receives a pail ful) tIe a will gire more milk, and of a better (jviality, than if fed on dry fed whatever. ; And even, the genua homo find them qui (a- palatable when prep erly prepared,' and w'e'-think tiny sh...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 23 July 1863

, ' k M "'' '; ' .-n it J. L. B OARD MAN,) Editor andProprietor. ) Imnils Jttitnml gdwlc to $ctos, folifies, literature, Sericulture, IKarhets, ;c. j vol. xxvir. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1863. f NUMBER 13. . '-'' niLL3BORouon, onio Thursday, July 23, 18G3. V". m ' T1V fciirealillt-ef prly omiiiilnativn ttt fleenfrrf leififty In our f jiiHHfrf,, and whnlrtrr warned mtliolff traitnr mew fn fi. lw leiI, loereey menu lh-it 'rm-iffenee lianpvt into onr titiml, lo ntittain lite (mi'..i, ir hrlp nj The A rrny of the We.it in in terrilile enrneit; earnest to conquer ami destroy nriueil rotioU: etirneHt to meet force wiih force; eirnwnt in Hh lieurfy iletoital frn (if eowanlly ti-iiltorn fit liome; parnet In will uml power to ftverc.otne h 11 wlio desire the nation' ruin. Oliin'g one hiiioli-e.l tlioiifHiiil ol.lierft ak IheirfMtlieM, hrotliere nml trienili, by their flrcHlilen mi. I in their peaceful home, to hour anil heeil tht appeal, tiiel put an eti'l to c...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Highland weekly news. — 23 July 1863

Thanksgiving and Prayer. Tha Preaident hat inaed liii proa laanatioo appointing Thnrtday, the 6th day of Aagnst neit, day of Nation al Thanksgiving and Prayer for tho great and signal Y.otortei whioh it has pleased the elro!phtj to voachsafe to the armies of the Union. 24m Onio Battkrt. A romor iris quite generally circulated Iat wejk, that Captain Tlill and same 60 or 70 men of the 24th Ohio Battery were taken prisonort by Morgan, while on their way to Camp Denninon. The friends of the gallant Captain will he f;lai iVltarn that there was no truth o the report. It is true that he and a number of his men were on the train onToesday of last woe k, bound for Comp DeDtisoobnt fortunately they heard of the appearance of Morgan's forces ia that violnity before the train reach d Loteland, and thereby escaped cap ture. The Captain is conGdent that a better fate awaits the 24th than to be 'gobbled up" bp the notorious prince of hordesthievee and murderers. By the way there is still room for ...

Publication Title: Highland Weekly News, The
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