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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 7 April 1864

i 4 jgtwr- -ii i -- , - '-IHMIM II H ic 2cffvsonian, THURSDAY APMI, 7, 18G4. Things to make a note of. sMlSkiMessrs. Sonthchuer & Herrmann advertise matters of interest to the Mer chants of the country. They have a very jicat .store opposite the Post Office, well tilled with choice fancy noods and notion -. nd being clever, enterprising young men, win, uu uouut, oner such inducements to customers, as will be sure to secure a lib- . eral patronage. They promise to sell a Jcw. York wholesale prices, and we know athem so well as to believe they will faith fully fulfil their promise... Mr. Samuel Oliver, U. S. Assessor 11th Disk JJa.j advertises matters of the utmos importance to the citizcus of Monroe Co in this week's paper. Head the adver . tisement headed -U. S. Internal llcveu ue. Annual Taxes for 186-i' in another ""column. - ESxiThe Prothonotary advertises an adjourned Court, to be held at the Court House, in this borough, on Monday, A- "pril 11th, at which Inn-keepers, who h...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 7 April 1864

41.$; Internal -Revenue'. ANNUAL TAXES FOR 1864. ..The attention of tax-payers is hereby call ed to the provisions of the United States Ex cise Law relative to the assessment of an nual taxes. By the sixth section of the act of July 1, 1802, it is made the duty of all persons, part nerships, firms, associations, or corporations, made liable to any annual duty, license, or tax, on or before the first Monday of May in each year, to make a list or return to the Assistant Assessor of tho District where lo cated of the amount of annual income, the articles or objects charged with a special tax, and the business or occupation liable to pay any license. Every person who shall fail to make such return by the day specified will be liable to the best information which he can obtain ; and in such case the Assessor is required to add fifty per centum to the amount of tho items of such list. Every person who shall deliver to an'As scssor any false or fraudulent list or state ment, with intent to...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 7 April 1864

jpWraSRRliHyS SALE OF .SU-uvw iSlliiO In Monroe Oounty. '"Notice is hereby givcn,;that agreeably, to an Act of "General Assembly of the Commqn wjsal.th of Pennsylvania, passed the 13th day ;$flarch, 3815, entitled an "Act to amend Tlhe ant entitled r.n act directing the mode of 'Bailing Unseated Lands for taxes and for oth ur purposes, and of an Act passed the 13th day of March, 1S17, a further supplement to ah Act to amend the act entitled an act di aling the mode of sidling Unseated Lands dbrtaxes and other purposes by the act of Gen eral Assembly passed the 9th day of March m?He" vear of our Lord 1847, entitled In' relation to the sales or unseaieu jlt .several counties ot tlnsUoininonweaiui, tin following tracts of land will be sold at public vondue on thel3l!i day of June, being the fei;i:5 ffeotsday of JwucIVexJ? !al the Court House in Stroudsburg, in the .county of Monroe, for arrearages -.duo, and the costs accrueu on eacn pectivelv. " : For Years 1S62 and EL5:irrU, j?Vb. Wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 14 April 1864

THE Scuotci to Jpolitirs, itcrnturc, Agriculture, Sricntc, JHornliti), aui cncral Intelligence. VOL. 23. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. APRIL 14, 1864. NO. 8. Published by Theodore Schoch. TERMS Two dollars a year in advance and if no paid before the end of Hie ycar,t o dollars and twen tr-five cts. will be charged. N'o paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, tjxceplai the option of the Editor. rC3 Advertisements ofone square of ten lmesjor less, one or three insertions, 1 00. Each additional insertion, 2o cents. Longer ones in proportion. JOB PRINTING, OF ALL KINDS, Executed in the highest s-tyle of the Art, and on th most rcason ible terms. The Old Story. "Mamma, mamma, young Eddie Jones, "Who called for me last night, And by the fallen oak sat down Beneath the moon's soft light, Whispered so many pretty things About his country home, And took my hand in his, and asked If I would be his own. " He called me beautiful, and said My hand was snowy white, My lips were coral,...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 14 April 1864

V r- vj-w-' ' Sijc Scffcvsonicin,: THURSDAY APRIL 14, 1864. 07" The Soldiers Concert last evening vas a complete success. From hints we had beforehand received, our anticipations were hjgh, but they proved te have been far below the reality. The Chorus Club sustained it self wit!) an efficiency, harmony and spirit, we were entirely unprepared for. In the ex ecution and mutual blending of the different " parts, tiiere was evidence of the most thor. ouch drilling under competent hands. Our opinion of the musical talent of our Borough :is decidedly changed for the better. But Hiss Va ill ant, whose kind services and sweet voice, we shall ever remember with gratitude and pleasure, was the life of the entertainment. Her brilliant execution, and rich, full, ringing tones delighted and sirf prised an enraptured audience, who also gave satisfactory evidence of the most hearty ap- prcciation. Effective and charming as a bal ladist, she gave fullest scope to her well trained and powerful voic...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 14 April 1864

N SharifPsaie. I 'I1" "- - ' .- - .TTTT TREASURER'S SALE OF By virtue of a certain writ of Scire Facias issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of i Carbon county, to me directed, there will be sold at public vendue or out cry, at the vTTr TA TT"TTC?7 T i fir I. Vuuni jiuuuii, in uiu uorougn 01 iuaucn Chunk, in the county of Carbon, Pennsylva nia, at 1U o'clock A. M. of WEDNESDAY, the 4th day of May, A. D. 1864, the follow ing described tracts, pieces or parcels of land, three ot which tracts oi land are situ ate partly in Carbon and partly in Monroe counties, and will be sold under the provi sion of Act of Assembly of the 13th June, A. D. 1S40, and the same are described as fol lows : No. 1. All that tract of land surveyed on a warrant to David Hartung, situate in Pcnn Forest township, Carbon county, bounded as follows: Beginning at a post, thence by land of Isaac Picrson north fitly four degrees east two hundred and fifty six perches to a post corner, thence south forty six degree...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 14 April 1864

' TIE REBELLION ON THE DECLINE ! CIdcIls, Watches, Jewelry, No UoiiSj &Ci &c. 1faInjgrcvtcst abundance, offered al prices lo suit all purchasers. rV" The subscribers thank- iSQ fnl fi.rthn1itinr.nl nntrnn. 1... U. I .i ff. l,,c'r rstablishment, (IX- pUjS customers and the gen vJS cral public, that they have jnM. returned from the cisy, with a find assortment of CLOCKS, which they are propurtsl to sell far below war time prices, mi tht.t it' vou. want CLOGKS of the best manufactories. Gold or Silver Watches of all qualities, Jewelry of fine gold or ot ciieap er.eorJn, call at BROWN & KELLER'S. IT vnn' tt-.m. hesL nualitv-of Silver Ware, Tea Sets, Plated Ware,' Casters, or caster bullied or fine or commoner sorts of Cutlery, call nl 'BROWN jiVL.ijiun o. If t.ti untit TOYS, from a sncakinjr tloll to a nennv whistle or from a locomotive !o a baby's rattle, cull al dkui .lj If you want Children's Carriages, Vc- Inn mcls Rinl CfirrflS. OT 3I1V thllliT "I 'hat lino, or any way ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 21 April 1864

THE fltamtd to JJoIitirs, literature, Agriculture, SneiueiHoraliti), avto eueral intelligence. VOL. 23. STROUDSBUKG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. APRIL 21, 1864. NO. fc Published by Theodore Sclioeh. TBUMS Ttrodollarsa year in advance and if no paid before the end of the year, two dollars and t wen 2U. tv five cts. will be charce no paper uiMsununuBuunm an arrearages arcpaiu, deplorable than tliesc of the Uopperheads, xceptt the option of the Editor. 'fir i Unless they can pass for Democrats, E7 Advertisements of one square of ften lines) or less, one or three insertions, 1 00. Each additional insertion, 25 cents. Longer ones in proportion. Perplexities of the Copperheads. (of hard wood, 1 by 2 inches, should be Next to the rebels, we know of no class mortlsed m and nalIed to the spars to whose dilemmas nre more numerous or kceP tuem to fclieir places. For a better out more costly plan tor a stable floor, -1-1 i --r V . . ' see eb. ino. ot tnc American Agriculturist. JOB PREtfTIffCJ, OF ALL K...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 21 April 1864

!)c Jcffcvsoniau, TKTJBSDAY APBIL 21, .1864. W"PWBa U-lUOOLJt iriV.1TIL.MH-JLllJ llHiL flcr c I'Hicago Lvcmng Journal ot the 19th publishes letters from the lied v River expedition, giviug the details of a ""scvorc Union disaster at Pleasant Hill, Je Sj)te Parish, jjouisiana. Our cavalry ot the 3d and 4th Divisions of t.h 12f.l vArritv Corns. after n h:ird-fnnhf. IviHl 4 m. m V - W VuTM A i 2 i. 1. 1 wme put lo rout uv n largely superior ..Rebel force. Gen. Stoneman was in tjommand of the movement. The 10th Army Corns finally came up and checked the enemy. Our loss was over 2,000. The cuemy also lost heavily. Gen Han eom, who commauded the 3d and 4th Di visions, was wounded in the early part of the fight. The Chicago Mercantile Bat tery lost all its guns and four officers and 22 men. The letters of The Journal are " dated Grand Ecore, on the 10th aud 11th instant. A CARD. Tiie Ladies AidSbciety desire to give Ih'eir thanks to the ladies aud gcutlc .mcu who gave the Musical Soiree, t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 21 April 1864

'Treasurer's Notice of Sale of Seated Lands For Arrearages of Taxes. The following is a list of Taxes on Sealed assessments, as relumed by ihe Collectors for Ihc several Townships for 18G2 and 18G3, which lands will bp sold at the Court House in the Borough of Stroudsbur, on ihe 13th day of June, next, agreeably to the 41st section of the Act of 19th April, A. D. 1843, which provides for the collection of Taxes. Borough of Slrontisbui'ff. Names. Property: McCann, Irene one town let. Gordon, Abncr one town lot, Hinelinc, Jacob B. one town lot, Ivresge, Joel one town lot. Murray, James one lown lot Shafer, Jacob one town lot Smiley,-Cbarles one town lot Skelton, Robert one town lot Williams, Joel one town lot Bars'vtt. Dimniick, M. 204 acres Labar, Lewis 100 acres Wilson, James S. 25 acres Coolhaugh, Gaines &. .Mead, 800 acres Bond, Amos 39 acres Gcarharl, Edwin P. 120 acres I'dmond?, Charles 5 acres Hincs, Michael Esl., 31 ncrcs Hare Powell, Robert 2S9 acres Weiss, Henry II. 70 a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 21 April 1864

f alp HI to i TREASURER'S SALE OF By virtue of a certain writ of Scire Facias issued out of the Court of Common Picas of Carbon county, to me directed, there will be eold at public vendue or out cry, at "the COURT HOUSE, in the Borough ofMauch Chunk, in the county of Carbon, Pennsylva nia, at 10 o'clock A. M. of WEDNESDAY, ihfi 4th dav of Mov. A. D. 1864, the follow ing described tracts, pieces or parcels of land, three of which tracts ot land are situ ate partly in Carbon and partly in Monroe count ics, and will bo sold under the provi sion of Act of Assembly of the 13th June, A. D. 1840, and the same arc described as fol lows : No. 1. Ail that tract of land surveyed on a warrant to David Iiartung, situate in Pcnn Forest township, Carbon county, bounded as follows: Beginning at a post, thence by land of Isaac Pierson north fifty four degrees east two hundred and fifty six perches to a post corner, thence south forty six degrees east one hundred and thirty perches to a spruce corner...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 28 April 1864

THE JEFFERSON 3fc lOcuatcir tcr politics, literature, agriculture, Science, illorality, cm& enera! Jntelligehee. VOL. 23. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. APRIL 28, 1864. NO. 10 Published by Theodore Schoch. TERMS Two dollars a year in advance and if not paid before the end of tlie yeaj, two dollars and twen ty fire cts. will be charged. W n.iM.rticinnlinMn,! nndl nil S.I exceiuai me option 01 t ic iauor. ' 1 IE7 Advertisements of one square of (ten lines) or psr. nnfl nr thrnr iiisorlimx: l nil V.-k o.l.lillnn;.! :cei)t at the option of the Editor. inacnion, cents, monger ones in proportion. JOB PRINTING, OF ALL KINDS, Executed in the highest style of the Art.andon the most rcason-ioie terms. BY-AND-BY. There's a little, mischief making Elfin, who is ever nigh, Thwarting every undertaking, And his name is J3y-and-ly. What we ought to do this minute, "Will be better done," he'll cry, 'If to-morrow we begin it Put it off!" says By-and-by. L IlOSe Who heed this treacherous WOOing,1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 28 April 1864

l)t 3cffcv50xiinn, THURSDAY APRIL 28, 1864. L-UJ 11 1 I J - UJlUi REMOVE. W-c observe that friend Ballentync has moved into and httcd up fcyucnnaui "Walton's Brick buildinsr. on Elizabeth street, above Franklin, as a Fruit, Con fection and Candy Store. The room pre Vents the appearance of a first class Store of the kind, and we are satisfied that "Balle" will-so wait upon customers as to induce repeated visits. 13e:ng a practica and experienced workman, we can rccom inend him to the patronage of the public. I: lyou want to be sure of getting your mo- beys- worth you have only to call on "'tBallc." Draft not Postponed. Many, of our citizens are under a mistake m supposing that the"' draft lias been lnclcnnitmy .postponcu. xm; jusuiawuus, as"wc learn from Col. Yohe, our Provost Marshal, arc to be ready, to" proceed just as soon as 'the Adjutant General at "Washington, can make out from the rolls, the credits which arc to be allowed to vcach State, County and District. Just as soon as ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 28 April 1864

S3 ft 33y virtue of a writ of vcu. ex. de tcrris, to me directed, issued out of the Court of -Common Pleas of 3Ionroe County, I will expose to sale, at public vendue, on Saturday the l-ilk day of May, 1SG4, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, at the Couit ilouse, in the JJorough of Stroudsburg, the following described real estate, to wit: A certain tract or piece of land situate in Polk Township, Alouroc County, Pa., containing Sixly-Scvcti Acres, more or less, adjoining lauds of John Alerwine, George Potter, Martin Huff and others. The public road leading from Kresgevillc to White Haven passes along the same. The improvements are one Leg liOUSCj about 2-1 by 20 feet, one and a half stories hiirh, a frame 33arn 20 by 2G ft. or thereabouts, about three acres cleared, balance timber laud. Seized and taken in execution as the property of William Folk and to be sold by me for cash. LTNFOJID aIAKSU, Sheriff, Sheriff's Office, Stroudsbun. April 2S, 1SGL Jlsm, aic Mni ISIf Mftso .HOWARD ASSOCIA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 28 April 1864

r t Treasurer's Notice tff Sale of Seated Lands For Arrearages of Taxes. The following is a list of Taxes on Seated .e&sJl,B,,lsf ?8 returned by the Collectors for the several Townships for 1862 and 1863, which lands will bo sold al the Court House in the Borough of Stroudsburg, onihe 13lh day of June, next, agreeably to the 41st Ecction of the Act of 19th April, A. D. 1&4.J, which provides for the collection of Taxes. ESoi'euali of SEt-oudbui Names. Property. McCann, Irene one town lot. Gordon, Ahncr one town lot, Ilineline, Jacob B. one town lot, Kreage, Joel one town lot. Murray, James one town lot Shafcr, Jacob one town lot Smiley, Charles one town lot Skelton, Robert one town lot Williams, Joel one town lot B:irte. Dimmick, M. M. 204 acre3 Labar, Lewis 100 acres Wilson, Jaines S. 25 acres Coolbatigh, Gaines SS Mead, 800 acres Clicsniailiill, Band, Amos 39 acres Gearhnrt, Edwin P. 120 acres Edmonds, Charles 5 acres Ilincs, Michael Est., 34 acres Hare Powell, Robert 289 a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 5 May 1864

UVilVliliUMl,Mll THE JEFFERSONIAN Hlcpotci ta jpolitic literature, Agriculture, Sthxxtc, iHralitg, auir eueral utclligcmx VOL, 23. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA, MAY 5, 18G4. NO.li. .Published by Theodore Schoch. TEUMS-Two dollars a year in "advance and if not paid before the end of the yc:u, two dollars and twen ty five ctg. will he charged. ' - vg- No paper disr.ontinus-1 until all arrearages are paid exccpiat the option of the Editor. IOAdvertisemcnts of one square of (ten lines) or, less, one or three insertions, 61 00. Each additional insertion, 25 cents. Longer ones in proportion. JTOI5 PRINTING, OF ALL KINDS, Executed in the highest style of the Arl.andon the most lcasomblc terms. THE TENNESSEE BLACKSMITH. A Thrilling Story of the War. Near the cross-roads, not far from the rs i i i r.,.,:.,e efonrl flir villmrp for"c The smith was a sturdy man of fifty He was respected, wherever known, for his stern integrity, lie served God, and am not tear mau nuu. m ujihu uu safely added...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 5 May 1864

i)c Scffctsomciu, THURSDAY, MAY 5, X864. "Winter lingering &c." Snow, to the depth of six inches, fell on ,thc Pocono Mountain, on Tuesday morning last. This does pretty well for May, and looks as though winter felt inclined to crowd thq mourners. (fT The address and Resolutions adopted by the recent Union Convention will appear in our next weeks paper. They breathe the right spirit, and go for the re-election o Honest Old Abe, without a why or where fore. tr7 The House of Representatives at Washington, on Tuesday, unanimously a doptcd a resolution increasing the pay of pri vatcs m the army from 13 to $16 per month. A righteous move. OCT" The favors of our advertising friends shave so drawn upon our columns for several weeks past as to preclude the possibility of our giving, our usual variety to our readers. If these do not cease soon wo will bcunder 'the necessity of expanding our dimensions. In a week or two Ave will have plenty of room again. Our readers however, have lost bu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 5 May 1864

THE UNION, "IT MUST AND SHALL BE PRESFRVED-" ;: The Northern Eagle, ' An Independent, loyal Newspaper, advo cating the suppression of treason and the sus tenance of True Constitutional Libertv is puuusiKJu ul iuiuuru, i-iKe uounty, ra., eve ry Tuesday morning, Edward Haliday, jrroprietor. Apart from its efforts tn cndm'n f J,o TCritinn Hality of W. County, and the Union of the ,States, by clleerinir the hearts of our Soldiers in the fbld, and unmasking the designs of traitors at our firesides, The Northern Eagle will be found one of THE BEST FAMILY NEWSPAPERS issued from the Country press, as no pains or expense will be spared to secure the ablest writers on general Literature, Education, Correspondence, and every other topic ot the tiay. The want of a newspaper in Pike Countv, giving to the Government an unqualified sup port in its euorts to suppress the rebellion how threatening our National existence, has long been felt by the friends of the Union. In no other county in the Commo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 5 May 1864

HOWARD ASSOCIATION, PHILADELPHIA. Disoascs'oPthc Nervous, Seminal, Urinary and Sexual Systems now and reliable treat mentin Reports of the HOWARD ASSO CIATION Sent by mail in sealed letter envelopes, free of charge. Address, Dr. SKILLIN HOUGHTON, Howard Associa tion, No. 2 South Ninth Street, Philadcl .phia, Pa. jDocomber 17, 1883. 1'. STSPHEW HOUSES, JR., ATTORNEY AT LAW SURVEYOR AND CONVEYANCER, STROUDSBURG-, PENNA. Office Willi . S. Ore her, Esq. N. B. Special attention paid to the filing "of Pension papers, and the collection of back ' pay, and bounties of soldiers. Stroudsburg, Oct. 9, 1862. For Rats, flSice, Roaches, Afs Bed Bnus, Moths isa Pars, Wool cu, &; Basnets ok !aaits, Fowls, Auimn.Es, &c. Put up in 25c. 50c. and 81,00 Boxes, Bot , tics, and Flasks, $-3 and $5 sizes for Ho tels, Public Institutions, &c. "Only infallible remedies known." "Free from Poisons." "Not dangerous to the Human Family." "Rats come out of their holes to die." OCrSohl Wholesale in all ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 12 May 1864

4 fife rift? JDcwtcfr to JJalitics, Citcrattte, Agriculture; 0ric$tt, jfioraltta, uti nurd intelligence. STEOUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. MAY" 12, 1864. NO. I2S THE J UFFPTC KONT A 1ST : .Published by Theodore Schoch. TniiMS-Two dollars a year in advance-andif not ?ffivS N pinor.lisn-mUmicd unt.lsill arrca.agcs are paid except nt the option of.thc Editor. ID'AUverUscmcnls of one square of (ten lines) or, less, one or three insertions, ?! 00. Each additional insertion, 23 cents. Longer ones in proportion. - - JOB PRINTING, OP ALL KINDS, Executed in the highest style of the Art, and on the most rcasorriblc terms. PeaHsylvania and the Presidency Address and Platform of the Union State Convention. Hon. Simon Cameron has been chosen Chairman of tho- Union -State Central Ulc em'aon ot our fellow-citizens on Committee. The address and resolutions tllc battIc-field, a victory which will for a'dopted by the late Convention at liar- cvcr scal tue doom of- treason in all the 'nsburir arc as fol...

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