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PASSAGES FROM THE DIARY OF A LATE PHYSICIAN. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 July 1831

PASSAGES FROM THE DIARY OF A LATE PHYSICIAN. (continued from our last.) ' Oh— w« jl! t 9e-LJ}°.w h__wjnjj_ters stand !— 'TheTacTis, 1 did obseryerthe extraordinary pos ~^are of affairs you complain of— immediately I entered the room— but supposed you were joking with me, and twisting your Jjead round ifi that ©dd way for the purpose oJ hoaxing roe; so I re solved to wait and see which of us could play our parts in the. farce longest !— Why, good God ! how's mil this, JVlr.N- ? — I Ig.it then reuUy the case? — Are^ou^nn^- Jn earnest-^n having your head turned?—.' In. Earnest, doctoji' replied Mr w1; Wj - m amazement. ';wny4 oo you suppose -tfjis-happeaed liy my own — wrfti jind agency T&r. Absurd !J*^U Oh» no—most assuredly not— it is a phenomenon— hem ! hem !. a phenomenon — not nniroquently attendant on the m_ta«r*,' 1 an gwered, wlili as .good a grace as possible. *' Pbo, pho, ..doctor!— NonseiiseJ—You^iMist really t^ink me a child, to try to mislead me with such stuff aa ...

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EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 July 1831

EUROPE. Via Sydney, we have received European intel- ligence later than our last arrivals. The follow- ing is a summary : Their Majesties continued in good health, and were highly popular. The Ministers still maintain the confidence of   the people. Their great measure on reform was to be brought before Parliameut by Lord Russell on the 1st March.                                       Mr. Hunt seems to have put a bridle on his tongue since he has got into Parliament. He is mentioned as speaking courteously, and being courteously listened to.   Sir Francis Burdett and Mr. Hobhouse were   both losing their popularity. Eight hundred rioters had been convicted be-   fore the Special Commission...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTON, JULY 25th, 1831. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 July 1831

)if SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNC1STON, JULY 25th, 1831. 1RKJTED. Ytsterday, the barque NiMRO©,Capt. Hauvii:, ffoai— Sw«n- River, 3rd July, and Port Augusta, the 12th JuJy. ^asseng'ers,-«Mes8rs. Bluislie, Thompson, and Heritage. ' -SA1LSD- On Thursday, the Prince Regent, Hassel, master, for Sydney, with 3000 bushels of wh« at, and ^0 bales of wool, and 4 tons of potatoes. The Resolution, Lancey, master, for Sydney, with 20O0 bushels of wheat, 250 kangaroo skins, 250 seal skin;-, 2 tons oi potatoes, £ bales of wool, ana l uuncse oi nana saws, r avengers — F- Lord, Esq. and Patrick Kotchford. Vessels remaining in^be river— Thomas Laune» Waterloo, David Owen, Niturod, and 1 sale Ua. H0BART TOWN^ JULY 23. . AHU1TLD. On Wednesday, the Donna Carmaj-ita, from China; on her way to SydMey%

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SELECTIONS FROM LATE PAPERS, [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 July 1831

V SELECTIONS. -.FROAI -LATE PAPERS, Rbverse of Fobtuxe — Among the persoaa re cently applying at Guildhall for relief, was a respectable-looking aged man, w^o was formerly ?an eminent Dutch merchant, and kept his car* fiage for nrauy years. He stated his name to be treorge FergiiW.- and that bis father, a native eff -Kelso, whs brought tip.hjiFergusofl, the Skstrono mer. * Beinu; questioned by Sir Peter Laurie, ;t« to the cause of his falling into dtstlv^$, the ap plicant slated that he was established as a mer chant at Amsterdam in 48 M), when Holland tree united to 'France, anti in one day he saw 220,000 francs' uorth 67 goods pub1ir1y'burnt. Hf suc ceeded in escaping to an israod near Uelvoetsluys, from whence tie reached in an open boat, the fleet under the Admiral off that station, by whom h^\s as landed *tl A Id borough. — ft* rpmatnerf iq ? England till 1814, whwi he retarned to the con tinent, and was engaged by Mr. Thomas Holland, as Steward upon his estates, in the South o...

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POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 July 1831

POLICE. Jult 16th.— George Harrison, charged with dmn^ennesa, fiued 5s. John Gaut, seaoiau, of the Prince0 Regent, charged with drunkenness on Sunday, daring divine service, -fcned 5s. William Mitch' II, charged with being drui4 on Sunday, fined 5s. July 21.— James Rouke, charged with amukenn^ss. fitied Ss. WHliain hteers. charted with drnnkeuness, t .fined 5s, July 22.— George Morgan stood charged with threatening the life of Fair1(% Horri-V*and was«rdered to tied snir tieB, to keep th«» peace for the next six months, t specially towards the complainant. . Maria Har rington, a haM-cast^ native of Van Dienipu's Land, charged My a Suldkr of the 57th, with haying .stolen'-^a~oii^£oand note frpoi hij^jit tfie Wnite' tonduit House, was committed for trial at the Quarter Sessions. . ,—- -^ -.

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QUARTER SESSIONS. HOBART TOWN, 7th JULY, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 July 1831

QUARTER SESSIONS. HoBAJiT Town, 7th July, 1831. Present— J. Hone, Esq., Chairman; W. So r ell, Esq., anaS. Hin. Esq. ,t , f Char|e» Smith pleaded guilty to: a charge of obtaining goods from Messrs. J. & J. Solomon, under false pretences. -? - ; : Sentenced to be transported for ?7 years. . isab'ella Milne stood changed with stealing in the dfreJ I ing-house ot Dr. Turnout), with whom she Mfed a» bpuse servant, a /breastpin, of some value, the property of Mr. Charles Youtog, who f s a relation of Dr. Turn bull's, residing in, tl»e Jioust1. 7 ' ^~ .,?:. verdict- Guilty, , 'f;hf Chaiiaian . in passiug sentence, said there l_waij n,ot a doubt of her guilt; it had been too . cleat ly proved to admit of any. The sentence was' that her original term of traqspoitation sh*-iild[ he extended 3 years. . i Jftue Sore II and Ann Lugg stood charged with .stealing in the dwelling-house of. their master, T.- ,G. Gregson, Esq. on die 4th March last, % quarts of v»iut», value is. ? — Verdict—...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 July 1831

fWlifdlfriefet-saU^^ ' Jt^^^^LANGDos Lt, P^N, Camnrand ?r, having the greatest part offter cargo engaged, ] will sail positively be* three -*«&&. N ' J He^SccoimnodittonB foirfciBiengert^rre^rffrji: superior. ' ' ' j' ^^or^rei^iit tJT^assagej-i^iy^to i WM. WALKiNSflAWTAgept. Jiauoceston, ~~ June 13th, 1831. For Ho jar? Town* fflHE ^ ffncTfast-sailing B*io, * DAVID ;--*-: ~-W:E2^~^7toB3 inirtten^ Ed^^itL ^**Djftws7 conamHnd^~ha»'»*f discharged Iwr _ *Bj^jroin-iOTi^^V5riH positively sail for the above Pofi, «nlHe^n¥^^«ia?tr=~ ? for freight aud passage, apply to j . HENRY REKD, Agent. _ PASSAGE FOR SYDNEX. THE Fine fast-sailing first class Brig ? ??CELIA,' W, Cbkistie, com . Biander, hourly expected in. this harbour, having the whole of her cargo engaged, will be despatched immediately. Her accommodations for passengers «* ?ery iaperior.— Apply to the Undersigned. ~ ' -. ; ? MICHAEL CONNELLY. ? Iiuncmton Hotel, July 6, 1831. THE Id habitants af Hobart Town and its vicin...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, 25th JULY, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 July 1831

moNuaY,^5tB i-juLY^mir i Tbe appoiotracnt of Lor© Glint worth to the goTerament of New South WaleB, and thte almost immediate emliaikatian x-f ^lis a ; ; i ? '?. v t 4 ,; r . ?. : ? ? - i- ? - L_*_«-: ' Ijliij' r-M...'- -i^=^ Lprdsbip 'for the Colony K were mentioned in a paragorapb in omi last naqaber, , ^ef ^4io^cd i from the *' A^tralian*' That GttKa^iL Darlimg is 4ooking out for h\s relief. We ibtaieve to be pr^ltf ^eriain : fc»\ frbrn prU vateinteltige^^dciyeabyusfrom^^S^^^^ learo that His Excellency now affects a wish to ^be Tclieyed— thus, shrewdly making a virt«e-of ^necBssiil^z: The a[yprantment of LoiH^GLE*TWORTH - -if such havn reuliy ukeu place— affords us much gratification, iu sundry points of jfie w. Welire' nonrcq [uain ted witjrtbej-er- sonai merii^, or^emeriii?, of his Lordship ; but we hear that tie has been unfortunate (wtieuce, of course, his accept an ce of a colonial governnient/j from which we^h .'did— - tiugur a swa^ more of mildness than of se verity—a -awa...

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PASSAGES FROM TUB DIARY OF A LATE PHYSICIAN. (continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 July 1831

PASSAGES FROM TUB DIARY OF A LATE PHYSICIAN. (continued from our last.) 'Ah!' he exclaimed, after a pause, »*lf this unnatural state of affairs should prove permanent ! —hem !— I'll put an en4to the chapter! He— he— | he! He— he— he!' be continued, bursting sud denly iota one of those -short- abrupt laughs, which I have before attempted to describe. ' He —he— he! how d— d odd!' We both asked him -in -- Hirpr-ioev wbat^e-jnfiaot^jorjnseye^were nxed on the fire ra apparently a melaacfcoly mood. ' He— he— he ! exquisitefy odd, by G— d ! He —he— he!' After repeated enquiries, he disclosed the occasion of nis unusual cactunations. 'ive just been thinking,' said he,M suppose— He, he, he !— suppose it was to come to pass that I should hejaffg-e^jie, he, he! God forbid,; by the way ; but, suppose Ps^u13r^o^i)id5Ketcn^would^b« puszled ! — my face looking one way, and my tied hands and arms point rag another ! How the crowd would stare ! He, he, he ! And suppose,' TiuTSuing~the-traiii— of^ th...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 July 1831

stmyfk. We have received, by this morniog's post, our Sydney Papers, per Bee, which vessel wcr'w* ^din Ho hart Town7^«r^atufday^^Hie^iyA^oK| v lift 137 male Prisoners, from -London, the J8lh Febriiary,Jarr^ed at Sydney, on the 2Blh of June. We extract from the Australian :— Rumours or war had got abroad. And a coun* ~ter r« volition to th«tT-fiaBt^fuiyj-i8-Tepdrte^-to — have actually taken place in France, We do^not consider either report as at all likoly to tora'ottt ~ well founded. ? s ???????-. Machine breakings and burnings have been somewhat diminished toy thel^xertiong pf^the Special Commiss ions - Plough the popular distresses appear to be little appeased by means of the Con viction* Hnd transportations in cdhsei^tieneel Up- ? ward* of seven hundred of the late rioters, mnf iu February, under sentence of *ransp»r*ation* a valuable ncquibition, if properly and fairly ?dis -tributed ftaoog our farmers and trades*pgpple-; — JailJif AWsJk* Jiaf fe little ejtpectaUbn under the pre...

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LETTERS ON THE COLONIES.—No.1. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 July 1831

liETTERS ON T4IE COLONIES.— No. 1. The following letter, we extract from the -SpectatorTand ar, it so immediacy refers, m ©any passages, To .thebe Colonies, *here is no -4oubMt will he perused with interest by most | : of our readers. ^^ ? . I TO XOKdTbowTCK^JHDEH SECRETARY OF STATE vitlt THE COLONIES. I My Lord— For ooe r- a'-nn, at least, the public ha^cuir^ to rejoice at your appointment 10 the pan lately filled by M« Horace Twiss. 1 1 w.| .Such to b/d.»t-ied, whelhvr when U»* *n«H l,s* Chancery tewy-r w ^ made Undor-Srcretary for th* Colonies, he could have pointed out on tie map one out of three of Ae Colony of j Britain That he was utterly ignorant. -of the conditions, wants, resources, and peculiar circum STces of1 all our Colonies, is. certain; except that, perhaps he might havew.. V'' ! ho I W^nd^wduce^ugaf- ^nd slaves, th^t^riel Ca?e of 6oocf Bope oncAelonged to the Dutch,l f(thVugh ^his is doubtful), that Canada i is in tte -N«rttoem Division of America, and that New .S2^...

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RETRENCHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 July 1831

„ BETJt^NCHMfiNT. ? l» our l^st iwrtriW we g^i^mewtms: from the Home Geve rum-Mit, tordecreaserrthe ex penditure of tl»e«e Colonies, id the respective' sums of-&,480 a«-d -£2,360. New South Wales, |-e«-»g considered to expend the former sum, and Tun Diemeu'g land the latter, in excess. Wf also pointed -out that the Governor of the Sister ioloiiy-Jiad comniejiced ihejre^rUonJnjth^Po^ lice departme.1 ; *nd that we conceived he had taken the wrong end of the matter to begin upon. : As a parallel we alluded to certain reduction * , ^riiicii might be «ade in the Police Department of j ^this Coldtty ; by which a greater sum than that mentioned by the orders from home could be dis pensed with. *Jpbn re-perusing our article, w«s ebseryetiiat it will UeaTOre-ceitstfgetJop^Jbat^ we conceive the Police Department of Tap Die* men's Land to' be the proper object for the e&* ' cision diiected to be made somewhere. Now this if the very reverse of what we would wish to in culcate, b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 July 1831

^^iT^OfcD BY AUCTIQN7I * »T MR. G, ;_S. BR0D1R, ? -At^e^6fflEiDrirTai£rau on PREPAY NEXT, the I__ jl 29d* --Muly» 1831, atJL2 o'clock^ ? *^' and Harness, EiAoaTojr^^by^reo Dettnku end Son ; a Bay M«re, 14£ bands high* ? Jt-£i*rs oldv heavyJn foal to Young J*£ter JPinn* . ' mdU^iPs^wfcH in harness.;*- ? ^-. ~ —:.?-_?? Naval tap, - ElngaciJ Ch«ss-men trod^toard - . ? i-tte~p*rii^t-f Quart and 4 ditto pint cui«glaf s ? decanters *''!_': Two dozen lea caps and saucers ' ? On* cki^n coffe-- - ups }i,-O\' ? ?-— ? -JOn* cut-glass pitkU* cage J__ \— ??? Ditto cruets and stand ~ '?' ?* '? ?Bortj 4ioB?ii i»lat*^B»vaf!qus jitfis , ' . A number of Stock Itr^pwsVbouJts A sebstantiai^Hirj, KVt'll adapted foi hire 7^ ^L^Numl)t»j'7of granges, jn»t-af rited-froiB i 1 fcydney ...-=. ? ^ The Phatoo and Piano-forte may be seen at . the London Tavern. Terms will be made known at the trade of liAUNCFSTOK, Juljf $3, 1831. ' ' TOHN H ENRY J ACJKSON lakes leave w to Inform his Friends and Uie Public tfeat h...

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REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 July 1831

RE¥0KM. By the next arrivals there is no doubt we shall recm« a full account of the .ministerial plan of Reform which was to come before Parliament, on the 1st March. The chief points whih it is said Eaul Grey meanUo iiitroduce, were 1st.— Elation by -Ballot. 2nd.-The abolicion of Rotten Boroughs. 3r-j.—T© open all close Boroughs. 4th.-To give the Elective Franchise to the large towns, in the Kingdom. 5th.-To curtail the Civil List, and Pension j^lg^ ? . 77 ? : ? 6th.-A redaction in certain items^f Taxation, *nd an augmentation in others. As the subject 6e€ms to have caused consider able anxiety and excitement »iuu» 8 »»- t- -r ? this distant colony, we have been induced to give it sowe consideration* Our*pe-mlatioos have been j^oiideredLbat nothing has been elicited from alt the various opinions and doctrines which we have read on the subject, to cause us to vary from our/r«- imiressioFs. As these may be con sidered merely arbitrary, we propose to imresti gate the several heads of ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 July 1831

DIED.— On Thursday last, after a lingering ill- ness, aged 33, Mr. Henry Hinksman, of this town.

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LETTERS ON THE COLONIES—No 11. TO LORD HOWICK UNDER SECRETARY OF STATE FOR THE COLONIES. 13th December, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 August 1831

LETTERS ON THE COLONIES— No 11. TO LORD HOWICK UNDER SECRETARY OF STATE FOR THE COL0MKS* 13th December, 1830. My Loiro—l T«av« undertaken to satisfy you, that iIm* «»o(1i» in which the state disposes of waste lain!, has a paramount and universal Influence on - tfae-iHMi«U44ou-aiid_pj!OgEej8 of newroloiiies. ? What is meant .-by colonhs.ition ? It is not ne-. cessary to encumber thp-_a»i-wejLwith any but the slightest mejilion oT certam_jdHtant possessions, sO Onetimes iftiprope rly called colonies. Malta and Hindostan are not, properly speaking, colonies 4-f Britain. * A colony sigiu'fieB a body, or successive bodies «f-Hnea,-who take^^WsiMon of a waste country : and the elements of colonization are— first, Emi gration, and secondly, Waste Laud at the disposal of thejilate^ But-t-he latter term may be converted into the — — di~?pTreFl~T-Y-TVH5te^Tvd by tire siate ; for it is-nut the land, of which much exists at home, but the de«-ert nature of the land, or still more, the ab solute ...

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DANGEROUS REEF. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 August 1831

^ ^Da^ge^ous JRejet. — A'dangeroiis-re«t-has--faeyn-discovgri»il~in-fV^ ? Pacific Ocean, among the Caroline Islands, th« ' N. £. extremity of which is in latitude 7 fleg. 3i min* N. and long. 15JLd£g. 18 min. E. It was found to lie in a N. £ -and^» W. direction ; and is jo extensive, that th^ whole of it could not be leen- troin the NR. Extremity. It is about 14 mUes, in a VV.h.W . directloii trona the Island of 7 Bordeiaise, discovered in 1856* ' v ^7 Oa ! WttERB is nit H ahrow ?-^The followinr conversation, accordii^ to an Americen paper, it said to hnve passed between a. wegro and his mat* ^^;p-^»hgteJi8 jfe tog?*^il^8aidMiatraH-*~ ** -W|imf Is the harrow*'— W|ddeji^r(—M And whereare^ptht'— *Why bosebe tokeaer; whf you make aiCwi itld poor ulfcflcV^iiiWiF

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SOUTH AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 August 1831

SOUTH AFRICA. We hate received some Cape papers, from ™whidi~we-gteati :thfi following ^rtiGles of intelli geirce : ^ Sir Lowry Cole continues to be highly popular. He is not only distinguished toy urbanity and libe ral principles in private and in public life, but fie stems to be gaining a name by various works of public benefit. ? A^ctm-espandeittV^HbsefW-^*^ can') haB given us the pleasing intelligence, that the Houw Ifock Pass uas opened to the Public by order of the Governor; on Wednesday, 10th of Aprjl.^ The siet p or the old road .o.r t iat;k near the summit, is now avoided by a__graduaTaiid easy wind, round the north side ofthto moufutain/. The ascent o! the waggons on Wednesday afternoon, _ presented a scene quite different from that of the morning; a line of thqra was drawn up at the — footttf the neW ^n») nnd at a given iiigmil sftart^V' ^OLlfJteOP tta^pigs, amid,tfae cheer* of the ^armTOJi^^Ifialit^^ grating. 40^ observe -the unfeigned 'delight ot these people, and to he...

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(ADVERTISEMENT.) TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 August 1831

-ADVERriSEMENT.) To ,tue BuiTdft. 8ir*-T shall receive it as a favor if you will endeavour to insert ii your paper to-day, the en closed letter, received ttiis morning, The state-' _me«t miuie therein, i« altoueU»cr~rTalse: and I ? ^OTrht^iotviTroin-iti» ^»#h^^*')--^-**'-^i*Jng ^ lhaV protectioii troin (he govern ouint which such »n unVoil«»»»a»'y ?'d uncalled (or attack upoar m« iiiihlu*. character reauires. lam, Sir, , Tour most obedient Servant, . ? A. VVBlGHf !? Monday morning. '' Your gnws^Mreprehensible condoct in not delivering m£le|grtT'deem u .be so^m pletea defiance ottnejus^ajm which ineJPg&Qg* have on you as a public servant, that on behalt of my fellow colonists in general, noje^s than on, my own personal .account^ Jjjjdyairttear^tejy dkfeci the LkEUTEN V^t u'ovg&aMa. ^fttf flf finm alfenTionAo'iih^n^Bgboj^^ggMt and veff — JtideceS manner io wMcn you otticially presume If iinnrpceden^ed hauteur during the .few; ^ and bv 'farTbolew lours within which you ...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 August 1831

SYliMiY. ? Wre find the Sydney papers by the Bee, far viore interesting ihau usual. 0-i; iii* s ol; the austimlian and Momtou reach the ^d iiu-t. The ^ydmey Gazettes we have not received. The most important feature whirh.we observe, is the following excellent rules which, their Manors the Judges of Sydney propose \o intro^ duce by way of remedying the ** Law AbusW 1— Instead of four, there shall be tiirke Terms only in future, each term .beginning with the first, and terminating with the last day of the raonthsrTespectiYely^^f March and Juno, and from tith Septr.. to l$th Oct., being divisible into four weeks, every day of the Court sitting beyond the end, to be computed as of the last last week of term. 2.— On a defendant not appearing to an^ction, the plaintiff may, on tiling his declaration and particulars of d« raand, without further proceed ing, have the cau&e assessed, aitd judgment en. ^ered^jwdj^cution^wyjs^ue precisely as if the judgment were final. 3.— Motions for ...

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