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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 1 March 1862

■ Col.} speaks of the ' U levelled by i lost !ri fltahoft y«* 5", ■'j ' oon- I bayonet tLy will rush only |M «¿i la you. to our ns- o« In oar it unnecessary tore- [¡stances which have ■ i fully H rega- county. To ■ recruited* ities, bat ft? Shelley, .Ml RE0G, KTS, Col. Pelmnm, IB Gov. Lubbock, B. D. Townes, R.J, Townes, " Barrett gives a report of theFort Donelson fight. On Saturday morning Gen.||Ífflow led ou* Jl _„ " wing outride of the entrenchments, end defense of the soil, njfnemy's right wísg, whicfe w« ; posted on thesurroundmg hilis,- rsixt. í ¿ SL'm3é&¿ After ainrin hoiirshard flghSng' we drove them two mile past their entrenchments, witbgreat At 6 P. M., the enemy attacked our right wing, led by Gen. Buckner, and after * ter- rible assault we drove them back, the Fede- rals loss being 600 killed and many wounded. We took two field batteries and one thousand stand oí aran ,'® Our total loss in killed and wounded does not exceed 600, while the to- Durham, R SEC Lilla Bol...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 1 March 1862

ft M : i ¡i to bis II 7"Mlg gjttJWffM HUI fÜG called . counties to list It July,Gen. ■ ag*|in (Jol. Jackson, pursuant ill back before him. In an army would i sions of Gen. Pat stration on our xeti inng u« gave him a severe iesson in tlie'l Ruu i affair at Falling Waters. Withabattallion himself upon of the 5th Virginia regiment (Harper's) and 01 tueatn v íigini regiuieut ^ narpers i bhu Pendleton's Battery of field artillery be en- Ü gaged the enemy' advance. Skillfully tiding a position ■where the Bmatlnessof his force our troops, who were eager for the invaders. Col. Stuart, with as usual, remained near theenemi to t&tttof With WUV IIWillfcBMti *jV** «WI a man, but bringing off forty-fivo prisoners, Upon this intelligence the army, strength ened by the arrival oí Gen. Bee and Col. Elzey;andthe 9th Georgia Bigiment, was * - ordered forward to the support of Jackson. It met him at Darksville, six miles from Martinaburg, where it to k up a position for action, as Gen. Patterson, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 1 March 1862

ni; rtb«: ilTOBR CSV m HHI of \ of these negroaé «re now receiringsupport, and are being em- nlovred in the e>t voral camps, Mid their number „ «T#rF ^ The difflcolty of taking care of them is veiy great, inasmuch as many of them are composed of women and children i and reports having reached Gen. that these unfortunates are in some of embarrassment to the other ie general fcade was rities now rnmsHt Federal oat of to either side. Z tb.mu has resorted •yingtiie tore have the rigor river, haa She has X act of , in 1831 and 1832. , of tha barbarities committed ingfem Cabinet, but Franc® and Britain, «8 soon as the Belgians showed that they eonld hold their own, and tfae war grew deetroetive to comroere© and It Is general security, unhesitatingly recognized The llew^rk HmJd, Sn its arimmar® " intervention " i oar affairs, bavi for i® object the "pacifieatioa of the Fede and Confederate States of North America." ÍH eupport of this the London Observer—a government organ—at the latest ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 8 March 1862

JOHN HAM Vt ATTORNBI AT LA *■* ;4 Selma, Dalla* County, Alabama. flLL GIVE ESPECIALATTENTION TO ALL . basinew lD the ProbateCourts. and the eoUectlon of claim in any of thr comities of Alaban . t¡ - REFERSTO Horn *L D. Graham, Austin, Tmcos. HOT W. W. Morris. Marshall, Texa . vHa« ly y'Iv; lit RI. Laiii ATTORN EV AT Beevilte, 7'exat. JL A W, WTOULD MOST RESPECTFULLY INFOft* Vv the publlo that he ic permanently established at toe above nanted place, where he wilf paypartieulv attention to ail business entrusted to hi care, and will also act a Land Agent foi all who may cim-loy hlra I" (hat capacity. March B, '81. vl2r,ai tf. JBÍWK *T^O X ATTORNEY AT LAW, AUSTIN, TEXAS. Ofltot- second door west of the Poet Offioe. Will at- tend faithfully to all business entrusted to his care ' ■ •'n¡BÉí ; "" Au«tlu ¿es ÜlSlii P. Ctalff, Mitrshi " ynoids, Kb )., Jefferson, reía . " ' irstoanno, TiwtstiaBUSf ' o, Lebanon, Tennessee 'riti 4Ü1 •£-'"* 9% fcagrenge,' iXliSOWBEW .... ' * ' Agenta, Meridli I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 8 March 1862

mm . of a sol are most horoughly your devotion and This regi- you will ordeal absolutely, it vu for am anxious that m Sla of lilt H on I armed ■Kip and many «rere shot aped, swam the river, the boat as it passed over, kalf flficftticd , and about i line L Jfrot- eking- JÍa~¿o«rtÍo¿: «If" he ahair of my held could would cat it off this answer: say , that if disaster does the fate of war drives me i to the eity, thai they mag expect m mtHon." When afterwards ¡ he would bavedonei , he said, " I would have fttkil fati/ihi thjI | BliU ^VWJflH1 WW üi¡ • know when to stop—Hauthm Three cheers for our brave Texiansj "they knowlrhen to stop" fighting and it i'b® sfeen from the above, know not even how to surrender. Talk thousand Yankees whip [ such men in rifle pits am The ridiculous excuse that our ! t four days and nights without . J aiwurd. No night attack was , and even though such a movement may been expected, yet the men could, and ¿d«l€33, wrapp6d {f} their r arras by their side , the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 8 March 1862

m ; 10th Aikaiiiia Ret-inieiv, 850 iiitfton county, left fur the fltlcl rning. They Are armed with doub Its barrel ed puns jM rifles. '• A menst'Uger brings hews that Gen. Price *Wthiaside of Fayetfceville, and had with *JJ oi McCulloch'# infantry Mid * The Apical also says that up to last night BircU's at my was not at Nashville. Scouts north of the pamberland river report that the ▼an of Bnell'a army had stopped to await an *? advance of the ma!n Column. ^ The bridges over the Cumberland at Nssh ville have been d< atroyed, by order of General Johnston. The wooden one was burned, and the wire one waa cut, ho as to be useless to '¿I® the enemy.' | '/ f An officer who arrived this mcrning from Columbus, report* that nine gunboats nnd fifteen transput ts made their a) pearanca last fe^vievening at Mayfleld Creek, tea miles above Columbus. No immediate attack is expected however. «JSpSc t \ , The enemy burned the Confederate rolling mill at the Cumberland Iron Works, a few days afte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 8 March 1862

Dilute tbi r3®(t«l to fc ed and snpt . & Jones,. bv their band, subject > a. *., 1 ™ IP ■ future a« might be ol till. battle."^"*;' command its for* quite mi hour, and to their aid with hi* with a soldier's tuation, bad pre- command With skill having been admirab two brigades under ehelt the undulations of a hill about 150 «Mb of tlie now famous Ilenry house, and very near where he subsequently fell mortally wounded, to the great misfortune of his country, but after deeds of deliberate ' ever memorable courage. bile, tbs enemy had pushed forward four rompa- marinos, to increase the desperate odds i which Evans and his men had main- tained their stand with an almost matchless tensclty. ' '^ : Gen. Bee, now finding Evans sorely pressed under the crushing weight of the masses of the enemy, at the call of Ool. Evans, threw forward his whole force to his aid across * ' ntry on to fell i piece on Jaskson's the main boose. fl '■ -this] H H jmMmmA. halfamilefo the rear of Mitch- ;noe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 15 March 1862

% ??£Si ;V;: **í" it}- wmm raS ÍIO#S * fienÍÍIUsa wtfJíSJ ta above named place, attention to all hu lne«« alio act a Laud Agent . Ibat oapaotty. rV' f: 4, und from the leadineas ■HKil your jives, iiDeny and propMty heeded the order then «lyaii, and erve your country it of ¿r tat tfte I [6 war.beleg the ntm the quota of tlio IS tat is hour AN AOT For the X aui Just in reoei a reqn tf, :;vi The Oor ■|. JEMSE KT* CBt, ATTORNEY AT LAW, AUSTIN, TEXAS Ofiot. incoad door west of the Poet. Office. Will at- tend faithfully to all business entrusted, to bu core. Austin July 6,1861. vlSn48 ly «¿ssgssi ::1$m y nola«, Eitq.i Jefferson, Tejía . Martin, Corrioanna, Teww. nt on. (the ploy Lao by the War IMpartm Approved Bee. 7 service. [No. SOL] rendes Those volunteering, will re AOT into, tfee t n btr thereof. 10*1. The Amerlea d ^hereby of thle Con Approved/Die, 'irfe^W* r respective and vnboii full téfitate companies are they ina ganlze and elect their officer at * homes, or mm oí regiments, tbe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 15 March 1862

can movelh „ I a united people, and in harmony When it will, when the i «hall knock at the SaúagígfcJ 1 ;Ty-.^v.. :-v mm ■ . sdeaa and manners, hava sr a common govern- 1 is like the physical t to cafry out ;ife doty of HHhí"' Ironi many lifted Hie atoms musí-be alike, othe a deadly compound Sts oddest ruction, ¡to he disintegrated a in this p&rticu- ly deficient. It to scan well the re, particularly PWPP 'mpljgpPftiBat so fix our constitutional landmarks so ser clear of the shoals and quicksands wbiofc wrecked the old Government. The only dark spot we can discern is the one we hare mentioned, the only danger we can ceive threatening the stability of the Co eraey, must grow out of the admission of new States. No State should be allowed to be- Kmll i the institu , Staterecog- r time do away with the «me, ilition should hot only cause it «4 cashiered from the com- Wohave beea informed by gentlemen whose ty is beyond all question, that the Gov- ernor's proclamation has given rise i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 15 March 1862

' 1 HlJJ ■P „ jSff t nts preparatory tó i i by land, JÍNppHIÉ' '•sssíXrisa.íiass:! may fall back to New Madrid, Island No. 10 and other places, but évéry inch of ground m morning has the following news :|yp9gSHraj On Friday last a skirmish occurred near Sayarnah, the county scat of Hardin üour.ty, between a party of the Federalists, who came | p up the river in boats to trade and around. Some of our troops fell upon them and killed eighteen, losing four on our side. Gen. Johnston lias fallen back on the Murfreeboro railroad. f&Vkg) Passengers by the Charleston ro d Pay that there are but three Lincoln flags " ' jp articio BENAOA A agrien eleven i tlon of article forty y dollars. For the damm of «ai wo hand 1 J> CHICKASAW rod and P||& "i etors and editora having escaped.. . úincoln soldiers are surprised and de- pressed on account of the little «yinpaty they not For pcrm.r.tnt nmta and allowani thousand five hand; For Interest, due iw oim, on the *r (mider wme artiol .wan ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 15 March 1862

SHI i-.-- >•:■ ■■■ f'-'r-v.A' IliSSl V:V, mm MWfl; nktsKwwii ,F«i * ;.. M"! 6WÍ8P out my aO^VUVI] snt watho- . . Mpffip: anrcourii HR hie office. ¡■H|| given to me by of, the Quarter- it, in thesphere of his environed by far moré than id embarrassments wíl organized, in «Ms ■ Í^«Xí€!0j- entered aid ]«jt varied services in hie Fowie, whom CoL Lee , his deportment | equal to the demands of the service; that it was not entirely so, it is due to justice to say, vw certainly net his fault. :p+ , ■ T by the sadden severe illness of Thouwt B. of that : of General jackson also re- ation as eminently that of an able, uxy entire wupwwu, that tbeentireiaaedical of the amy,' at present embracing en of distinction in the profession, lucrativeprlvate practice by , in the Sold and subsequently, did high honor to their profession. The vital duties of the Ordinance Depart- effectively discharged under the ;ion of mv Chief of Artillery and Col. S. Jones. At one time, when reports of evil omen and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 15 March 1862

HIT! ffiTMTU AUSTIN C1TY.'\VEDN'DAY,MCH. 19,1862. r v By Wednesday Morning's Mail. BRILLUNI1 NAVAL VICTORY I o Federal Frigate* Destroyed t ANQTHRR B.iULV CBIPPLEDI Four federal Gunboats Ueitroycd 1 OHE STORE VKS8ISI. CAPTUREO I The Great Battle in Arkansas! Geua. McCulloch, Mrlntoitl St Slack Killed! THREE DAYS FIGHTINCt ; 'VERRWLÉ^ HAVOC! (From the Houston Tol>> ruph, Kxtra.l Since our paper was put to press we havo received ibis morning, by our Special Iiand Car Express from Orange, Capt. Tin ley, three days later intelligence from New Orleans. Our expressman, as usual, had a very fatig- uing tr. ip. We tender tiiin oui gratitude lor bis labors in fur- isbing us with intelligence in advance of the mails We leel that mere pecuniary compensation is altogether in-ufii- cient tc.-tlmony of our obligations to him. The minora that hav been for some days aflo it regarding a terrible battle in Arkansas, it now appears were not without inundation, although -they were very far from a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 22 March 1862

j 8TOKB VBSSBI. CAPTOBBDI ' f - 'M¿É& The Great Battta to ling oO.intrv, the Wis Pannall tugboat oar paper was put to p lEBm rt Smith. Our expriman, as H8 jal7¿ d * tting traip. We tewrter him qui hísjabóre lo furbishing un witl , IH In advance of the mail . We feel that, mere pecuniary compensation is altogether insuffi- cient testimony of our obligations to him. The rumors that hat■ ■ been tor Rome days •flflittt regarding a terrible baUfcirt Arkansas; it now appears were not without foundation, • " t.'ilthough they were ¿Very far from accurate. We have, it is believed, gained a splendid \ victory there, though at a terrible cost. That glorious old Texas Ranger, whose name R ; ia hisfuric íh tíi^Southwest, Ben- McCulloch, is killed, aftd/TeXas mourns for her noblest tihero. We have t#>! ticular* of his f death, though we all know well enough that if he died in the van of th# fight. Tbe bravest ,f of the brave, and as generous as hé was of Texas, though belonging to the Nati...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 22 March 1862

mwSM '£ imflict: 5: tbe ' «1 a jB%rruJv., '■SK theofc RM§L ^ Sfitafc sons ' OB6 froiQ each 1 ' Mm******** i m ato. mm- ÍSU reeototl v.a~.x\W to the ot>an-, ■_ _J . ti, Bsndolpli and T. H. Jone-. Beat No. 2; Jas. Rogers Beat Beat No. 1} Feo- - H. Hill, Beat m MML ^. .TOP 0 K4'SheT'" ísáffiH&- resolution w! JH JHf , Tbat for ourselves and tor the of fravis county, we declare that county will fUrnish everyinan even to the last man, that may bo required, to & d with hia strong right arm and stout heart in ¿riving back the invaders of our country, and to save our houses froi üü époto dweeratóon, «ir- ■ES * r. W. H. JWOarrington offered the loi- ing. resolution which was adopted: Resolved, Titut a committee of five be aft- pointed to solicit contributions for the pcr- ' • - every vduutoer- - classes to render f useful assistance . , ,r*7 f .t TB * 'Htucky border, or anywhere circle of the war. The movements of the armies tWrMiPRi W MM Then i« not, in oar firm i tuse for painíií...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 22 March 1862
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 22 March 1862

^ j i who m NKW Jn « Rrnln M M fc.3gll <StTOCK880R8 TO B. M. 8WENHON,) . LAROK AND WBU SELECTED STOCK t of new.tylw of (00° BOOTH AWB 8HOB8, , dwpram Blfcl — llifc3 ^'aioteT" aSXS3H!v^6ra™,d, tropt) cail apon yo to touch elbow, with them la Hw preae.it /p-XuT'-if vl!J«i«1v (V. 1'tiMiVand rot ton do .', Bnsr«. «ro ¡£fw¡Mw¿aí ¿♦W**3P «naTí irft^e. aau nnffej In hi# •*" "SB,b<hiW''fp *r y. tod litia. vre w-rjr: ....40 " " •; r our d<*- jfep¿u¡&¿ je * roperas ■oar < «H ge Hill Gemina. „ Mfflr ■ «i8rid«w _. come* with |u*t. low WWPWB.. _.-, ind Diftím ll >Mjffc *|w oomen robber ami murderer," seeking ¿o derfrw ioi(Ju«Mo tiff that they muy fall heir to oor bfaul m'A rnjnpy Booth, mid our men. women wtd children .e «>o t abject «-r dom. •. ■>* é time has oome When Tex demand* «hat son , nutiv* and adopted, murt do their duty. ;¡g THONAS BWTatt^....JOitN A. wt Kit, ttAHBUE « CO, KCEIVING. FORWARDING, ' _ " IJMSm : BRENIÍAM. TBXA8 .t ABirAWtóBs MAM- (m i atwi « finu ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 29 March 1862

a ti«n« arengar tot hronded lu ertow; Yetthe«fd<tf yonr&a.er.'o:, Kow urg«J their children to ¡ Code aons of ihs fair Loaiaifcoa! Formke the «ira fio , f your fky- ünfurd to the fret wind y<«r banner, m lili II N*tv i« nit extract from >•• •*<* yont de.t'ay'.iitgV, | W ►¡tf 'Mpm fflm.Mfrr'M fff tropta ) flower ; rai#* * '>Mem ev a to unaer t - hp Uw i) .and by etc. vonte theme t was a Pasca!, of Voltare and of Jo influences on the fat of revolt! The Eastern did b<# arrive counter revolu Down to ;t! tt.ose on the fey* Waters oC Strife, ry revolution can P frómitby •he «poller year bower Qwae Teww! Mad forth jour bold Kangsri, The here of battle, wtoi - ' Oottte I Uoi by^^hto^ qld i IMi deedfi oí yiMir^chlvalroii daring *. 1 torttmtoAIwo1. !!!, ...FK; ! A record wheh «lo 1 «paring— tortol to you* wmntryf'towi eaB. ¿.,; To the Pi for homes and a land not more worthy ui i olute and unconquerable men than years, < for the interest of far less magnitude tl you bi-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 29 March 1862

• ^ M i. . r at 9 a. m. Am*. , to ^osabatohle, 65 i- at 8 a. ni. Arrive at W«m ¿ •' "*! -v • '! ' i 8k9|I ;.. .S,¿„ Jí J:™-!-.,.,, -A. ta Sprín iam^ í'« ■'Vil ''¿i'' Á üi'plt B' I I fffln i. || atsa.m. Arrive «t Qalt —T'Kiíui g^jgjgBH; . . ■ ittSS&¿¡S3&!R¿g ■$**• Coffwv^Tbo^ey at í a, . Arrive at ■*.. ínt,.« E^sh'.'^•'''*■ «~ tóffcK-5* Hora i *« Aniyeat i 10 , ra Bt, jJWSI Thursday at 8 a. a . «8a. . Arrive * Crockett ,24- _ dlimMKwa mu Arrive ai Billa- m. Arrive atOeatre s&« ■". Detbel . j, m. Arrive, at Wa«Jb #[íwwut:.n«. («zoo.) * . .. .*, a^tU Ford and SsílIP Station, to ^td Birdvill. 11,9, MKlHi «MilU, to Decatur, a mils a L IfMr ^tt a. «. Arrive at Denton f ^ ?rti * *.*aSI™ at Fort Worth ™Tneid y át 8 a. n . Arrive at Den- 5 i aia.ii •tea *. Anl^íWriwa - 126, (8678.) ®y w ®* ®« AlTlvt« *wr- "e— raáD„ . 27. (8681.) , ifi-, üwl ■¡Pl . ISl. (8718.) ■■ í^e Mavifaall Monday at 8 a. . Arrive at Keatebie ■*'¥■ *>• Arrive at Marahall «SUI "aae-* *- ■■•■ -. -¿^ 'AnrjT0-*...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 29 March 1862

Ü!iW.!"l9 ■mm Wm rf/lS l notice «o advertise- 3,'| postoffice; and Te are authorised that [ and Lieat. Col. E. H. Baxter, have the former commissioned, to raise* ut of cavalry in Texas. They l.ave , the bounty of $50 to | y each wan as he may enlist. 'Government security for the purchase of horses and ail arms furnished free of charge. . The arms will consist of a Lance and two- hoiro pistols, *ny one dWring to join^tbis Regiment will address Col. Eaudall at San E Augustine, or Lieut. Col. Ba*ter at Marsháll, ,1 T&Rts, Their application ngill fce promptly "to and answer® 1. ^ to a coram ¿ popular military school—he has been nearly • year on the Potomac, encountering the pri- _ vations and hardships of a soldiers life. His ' ,['£<* '/ineritsand experience, therefore, entitle hira > a command, and we hope he wil i get a full H Bj^E* Regim0nt||i|p5 26th Snst., eft route for the frontier. The company numbers 113 men rank and file, and «re well mounted. Company organization as ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 29 March 1862

H — has reached across the iteer, t wish to appeal to our enlistment draw Vli_ M| onfcs and I oier BÜ it WtlierV: JHHHMKoakers. tell ofthe dangers,' safely at home or go y to make up a "home re heard of the " Black (f thus retire upen «ay, with onr service" of oar ocrna t off to to work perhaps undcservedy ) waters, and many a i very same. It is a life my eyes that they have^inetdisted.^I c n '««« «*• VW *r« ;; „.jt writing too from Bom- of the 21st ln$t., says; " When it miles oí Romney I saw two mcnagging a grave ; near by were the Church, which the enemy of what bad lately been peaceful dwell- •ítíKKÍtfiS are standing* each pointing to Heav- to call down Divine vengeance on the per- petrator# of such hellish deeda ¿, the remains of >.a stomal*: tannery, the of Mr, French. He was taken by tVer baring been in arms on his taking the oath of allégi- -„w - beard bim say that he did not con aider the oath *t all binding as be was forced to take it f tA- ■' > This" is on the Marti...

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