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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 8 January 1853

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 15 January 1853

4 I -nw?L -"w;- w-wrr & Si Mil . It ' .'..ti'L -uC -k J 70L IY. AUSTIN TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 15 1853. NO. 22. THE TEXAS STATE GAZETTE Published by JOSEPH W HAMPTON State Printer. Worms: SUBSCRIPTION. Three Dollars per Vo'.unio of fifty-two numbers if paid in advance or within one month from this tiinu of subscribing or lour Dollars 51' lint thus paid in advance. ADVERTISING. -Advertisements will lit- inscrlcdnt One Dollar per sipmre of seven line-' or less for the first insertion nml fifty cents foreneh coiiimuniico. One-half these charges will lie made to those who advertise by the year with the privilege of changing quarterly. in Business Cards of not more than one square will bo inserted Tor ten dollars per annum. . . Announcements of Candidates for OluYo and all political persona and busi- ness Communications promotive of individual interests will bo charged as Advoitisemonts. . All Advertisements the publication of which is required by law must no paid for in advance. . . ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 15 January 1853

" u".HU.li)tMIBp :i..vii L'.sas.' ' .d ' TSffl& ' i ' Jt imiaAiiiiiriirttoitoiirfiiYitiMyiiiayiiiii-Ba nicr.rffifiriaaii f iriMiKlinHMiiti'W i M TEXAS' STATE GAZETTE. JANUARY 15 ! ' . !( 'l THE TEXAS TATE GAZETTE O. HCttJtVJ'HKJ if JT. Wr. tUMPTBJS' litiltor. jOITY OP AUSTIN JANUARY 15 185 3. flGP5" A. gentleman by the name of P. O Trawlck Into of Alabama 'havlrtg'died BUddently at the Now Orleans Houso last evening u re. portwas circulated to tho ofibct that ho had died with email pox. To . quiet tho fears of our citizens his hbuour tho Mayoi summoned a'fboard of medical gentlemen to examine into tho cause of his death. ' Tho following is tho report : A sudden death having occurred at Capt. Hall's Hotel in this city on tho ilth inst. at tho instance of Capt. Hall and his honor the Mayor wo tho undersigned Physicians mado a post mortem examina- tion' upon tho body of said deceased and report tho death to have been tho' result of congestion. S. W. Baker ' ' ' : ; A J. LOTT ' " - ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 15 January 1853

m iiKinim twmymmmm'tmit&im mm ' 'SBSWS mvlt-inw jmrIWj E-tf" 'vWfUJnli"'lM1iftl'"'1W- Himiljii1i-t-:..MHW ifl v i !i j.ju lIIkWi a ! ' lfafeMWmMaaaiitMtet :::..-i.iM.i1t -iMii.d inu .. n i'i iiif mjmumm 1853. TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. 4 i .. t T 4 m For tho Stnto Gazette. IIaiuusdurq Jan. 5 853. Fuiknd CitAwroiti) Dear Sir : I was much surprised and disap- pointed iu the perusal of your Editorial of tho 1st ult. on tho Com- munication pigned "Observer." In that article you aro certainly laboring under a very erroneous impression when you say that no one but the citizens of Houston propose doing any thing towards building a Hail Road from tho coast towards Austin. The "Buffalo Bayou Brazos and Colorado Railway Company" aro now constructing a Hail Itoad from the town of Hamburg to the head of navigation on Buffalo Bayou towards Austin. They have had thirty miles of their ltoad surveyed for a year or more and now have a good portion of that thirty miles graded and most of the ties ready...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 15 January 1853

nmM TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. JANUARY M .1 'vimpbjsjh- v i- I h m- m I WiMtaM -Expoovj? Department Statje pF.jEXAS ) . j!nw Austin January 13:' 1853. ) mmmnordllelhts Senate ''-'h't&i' . aiid J3oim of Representatives: yip'F1 --10 constitutional privilege of convening you n (extraordinary session has been exercised aftor a cautious in- .wfaestication of its expediency : and having assomblcd in compli- ance with the proclamation of tho first of November 1852 I igfeofc you respectfully and kindly as tho representatives of our common constituents. In view of tho manifold blessings which it has been oiir lot fHb onjoy ivnelor the guidance of a beneficent Providence sinco ' ' 'tho adjournment Of your Honorable body it becomes us on tho occasion of your reunion humbly and in tho true spirit of V thankfulness to acknowledge the obligations which wo owo to ourtGreator and with deep humility of heart to bless him for 'tlnV distinguished manifestations of his kindness towards us as a favored Na...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 15 January 1853

' -m sinwTTv."""Tje.ir'Ttf!5 "r-'.s. MVQMwMfiMMM m C WMMWfiiittiiiiia TiTi7iriTB7ij7iminraiiirr. 9R59 1853: .'i'TMAS SME GAZETTE. of pence have boon concluded) with tbo Uavajoosand Apaehbs NoaVjtho cldso ot tbo last session Of Congress sovOral propo- (tbo two most powerful nations on the con flues of New Mexico sitions in roferonco to this subject -wore laid bofOro that boiiy and Texas i that thoro are now treaties of neneo with all the and from thn znnl with whw.li thrr wmn nvnoanrl lw thii- a.. Indians in Now Moxico : and with the oxception of some of 'the roving bands of the pltiins the Indians in that section of coiihtry have ceased to be troublesome." On tho 30th of September 1852 the honorable Secretary in- formed us " that all accounts Concur in representing tho Co- manches as unusually quiet." On the 2d of tho same month Captain Shaw transmitted to me his official account of a severe .fight with u party of that tribe in -which tho Indians wore sig- nally defeated. " It must ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 15 January 1853

V t t.1 flFfe tm TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. JANUARY 15 ! K I wyill givo myhoarfy co-oporation and assent to any moasuro which will have this effect V!R As an earnest that such a feeling will actuate all parties con- j corned 1 indulge tho hope and earnestly recommend that the lfipapors of the colonists and property of the company may be re- ftWB$qrca to the custody of the officer authorized to receive them. !-. it alflo doom it proper to call your attention to a document herewith transmitted addressed to tho Executive and signed fcifiyinany of tho oldest and most respectable citizens of Bastrop $ .layotto and Lavaca. From this it appears that near five hun- dred square miles of territory embraced in tho counties aforo- 'vt. said' comprising some of tlm richest lands in tho Colorado val- V loy and which until recently wad supposed to be in Austin's n(Dlu Colony really lio without the limits of tho same. -s a Titles to a great 'deal of tho most valuabloland in thiB terri- tory wero long sin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 15 January 1853

aMMGUUM tj-iaiaiwujwi "? MtaiL: r i 1853. WAS' WJ7? 3$' i i JtsatiaiL legislature the features of which aro no doubt familiar to your honorable bodies. In addition to the eight sections of land for mile to bo given tlio friends of that measure propose to set aside as a permanent internal improvement fund some two and a half or threo millions of dollars to bo loaned to such rail road companies as shall within a reasonable time complete a given section of road upon any projected routes in amount not to exceed $-1000 per mile and a liko sum for eacli subse- quent section that may be completed ; such companies mortgag- ing all intorest in tho property of the road to the State and paying an interest of fivo per centum per annum ; which inte- rest is to form a general educational fund. This is in effect a proposition for tho State to sot aside a specific amount of the money now in tho Treasury to bo loaned to tho respective com- panies in sums equal to about one-third of the cost of const...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 15 January 1853

Lm4fA .-AU. Mu 1ji. i HMMW .ITEMS' STiTI';lTTE. JANUARY :M i Vi1 ii.r l TfV. '. It Attoracys-at-Law Austin Texas ' ; ' i3UAOTlGEtin(the Courts of the 2di judicial District and:snrroundlng Jjcmipjiq? ?pdin.thq Supreme nndffedj;ral Couris at Justin. )U '' ""' '401111. ift.. OS Jib. Wl'W") tGy-r VKrfl.1tArTOIlNEY8 AND OOUNBELLOttS-AT-LAW AUSTIN WitL'.rracUce in the 3d judicial disttltt and. ndjppjng co fZiWZ .'. . Wren"? nprfdecaj courts 6t Austin. & TEXAsif : ;:. unties: also In thej IV "W :'.' ' mnicinnn MTWI?. hm-'.tiJ . . awuwa .wi.j3 miumclhr.andAttoi'iuy:At-ZaW) Galveston Tcxa8j i ; ;rn7IIJIi!hor6hflorittcnd to business intrusted to. hlrri in tho Supremo Court 'vi'ft oiitnojojnipnt Austin uaivcsjon unu iyior mm mw -rT'M .' v"y-7'"' tpjlmto .States- nt tho satno pjncos nnd at Brownsville . NV-: 2-ly Charles flexion Attorney and -Counsellor at Law HAMILTON'S VALLEY HUKNEX COUJITVj' TEXAS. A I. r ntt01 Rromptly P nlljbusinoss entrusted to his caro papeMallJ ' T. tJ'2.exn'FrnllI'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 22 January 1853

Mgjgg "-lfWWt4V k(H1U lt ; r W u s r M i r i. SS I JUjI 70L. IV. AUSTIN TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 22 1853. N0.23.1 tItZsfefcl -ig" iglf8KSJyMRSJBia3Si ySA A f V IH '"11 V" W " F" H"1l'' M "'i iiiwn h i j mr hi ! Ki ii in i i.j " nnikiBVBH ..- v- . -aHkor mmbu "vhhhwil ow-- sawaaaafer.wTL v.i jjtmmwt.fi ho r r km mu 'WLJWml J i JLJLJ AJ JL JL THE TEXASSTATE GAZETTE Published by JOSEPH W. HAMPTON State Printer. Terms: SUBSCRIPTION. Three Dollars per Volume of flfty-two numbers if paid in udvancc or within ono tnonth from tlto tlmo of subscribing or Four Dollars if not thus paid in advance. ADVERTISING. Advertisements will bo insertodat Ono Dollar per square of seven linos or less for the first insertion nnd fifty cents for each continuance. One-half these charges will bo made to those who advertise by the year with tho privilege of changing qunrtorly. Business Cards of not more than ono square will bo inserted for ten dollars per annum. Announcements of Candidates for Office and all poli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 22 January 1853

"W51 WHUiELt. -nm?' JsWswvti fl -.')'. V- ' V -lfcn it i 173 TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. JANUARY 22 ' r - fflE TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. f it a a. K cxtiwfnjt k jr. n HAMPTexr jcaiivn. i OITY OF AUSTIN JANUARY 22 1853. Public SpealriBag. BY request Mr. B. H. Payne of New Orleans will deliver In the Ropre&sa- I YAlivo Hall on Monday evening noxt an address upon the subject of rail- roads. Tho spending will commence at early .candle light. Mr. Pnyno io fa- itnlllar with the subject j we hopo ho will have a fmo audlenco. rjr- Tho notico of Maj. Hardeman in to-day's paper will no doubt arrest tho attention of tho Commissioners and Stockholders of the Colorado Navigation Company. We fear so little attention will be given to this important subject that tho Company will bo dissolved and loso all its property and tho benefits of the work already done. The President wo understand is determined if ho cannot get a meet- ing of the Commissioners and Stockholders to wind up the affairs of .the Company l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 22 January 1853

BBBr5BSSBS&BHB9SB85BBSSSSS& v n Si c-1853. TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. )''. i ih t Report of t!io Committee on Military Affairs. Committee Room January if 1853. To Hon. D. 0. Dickson Speaker &c. ' Your committee on Military Affairs to whom was referred that portion of the Governor's Message which relates to the volunteeis callod by him into the service of the State during the past summer have had the siuno under consideration and beg leavo to report : that after a careful and rigid examination of tho facts and circumstances which induced the action of the Executive in this matter they feel it due alike to truth and to His Excellency to express thuir unqualified approbation of the course pursued by him and to commend the promptness with which his measures were adopted and the energy with which their details were curried out. The (net that a largo portion of the frontier of our State was exposed to repeated and aggravated outrages from savage Indians and lawless and predatory ban...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 22 January 1853

5555W!S&SSsS! VNHBi TiiWiifMiriihliiitfir Ainf TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. JANUARY 22 rnWvBipii ii7it ""i ttfrfW?TTTMBMwyTrVffWyHHPTllWMMBJIWBHWHHP3HIBBBIiB ..FOURTH LEGISLATURE OF TEXAS-SECOND SESSION. &'." SENATE. f Pursuant to tho Proclamation of tho Governor the Senato met in extraordinary session irt the capitol of the Strto at the city of .'Austin on Monday the 10th day of January 1853. Tho Pres- ident pro tempore Jesso Grimes loolc the chair and called ;he . Somite td order. vi'Tho roll being-called by districts the following Senators nn- 'swdred to their names viz : ';i'Froto District No. 3 Sam Bogart: 4 Hardin Hart; 5 M. D.K.Taylor; v (5 Georgo W.Hill; ' 7 Isaac Parker; &. 8 Stephen Reaves ; 5 9 William T Scott: ; " 12 James Truit; t " 13 James Davis; p '- " 14 James Armstrong; ' " 15 Jesse Grimes; ; 16 WilliamS. Day;. ; . 20 Jon W. Dancy ; ' ; .' 23 Thomas H. Duggan XI it it it H (I t l(f (( K a -m iV M i. t U IC li (I tt II l (( It (I 3 o'clock P. M. Senato met roll ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 22 January 1853

ESBSSSSSSSSSSSSSS .j.jwwwrwrwvwy tummtmi inHjiNyi' ""iiwirtiKi""" fiinumwn TWWI N ' ' 1 a .wtfmmif WR 'tTEXAS"STATE'GMfrE. SCKS X 1 ? ; 1853. ' On motion of Mt Scott referred to the committee on the Judiciary. A bill to incorporate the Texas Orphan Asylum ; read second time and On motion of Mr. Day referred to the committee on Educa- tion. Mr. Hill moved thai ho bo excused from serving as chairman on the committee on Public Debt ; lost. Joint Resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Texas ; read second time and On motion of Mr. Taylor laid on the table and 100 copies ordered to be primed. Mr. Wilson offered the following Resolution : "Resolved That the committee on Public Debt be requested "to enquire into the expediency of providing for tho prompt pay- ment of 1st class claims for services or supplies held by citizens of Texas and now in the hands of original holders and report by bill or otherwise." Mr. Bogart moved that the Senate adjourn until 2 o'cl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 22 January 1853

5BBHP1 "' I in."'- '..-. iiii iiiMummwuuijuni i'SaKlfiJ itin'iirtwWitiaa i ra If .AS STATE GAZETTE. " - -" ' - --- ' " ' - " ' ' ' ' ' ' - ' JANUARY 22 " McsBra Evausjtf Boxar Bco and Itowo wcro.. nppointcd a omraittco to'vtil itiWrrtiio Senate mid Itiform tfinf body that life Excollonnv tlio Goveiiior's Messnfr6 hnd beon'recoivcu.-nnd Tm 5 I to Excollonnv tlio Goveiiior's Messntro lender an 5nvittiti6ri't6 the UConorable the Seiiato to tac6 a Beat wtibin tho tTousd'o.Repi'eSehtatives for the purposo otk hearing tbto same rcaq. . .Tho Senate wafe then received and Ilis Excellency tho (adver'noVd Message read to the Itoueo of llopreseiitativcs and Senate in joint session. '"""On motion of Mr. Seott 5000 cbpies of tho Governor's rties- jngo vvas Ordered to bo printed j amended by Bryan of Onm- Jjrpn?'l5d0 copies each of Spanish' and German. . " ' 'dn'motionof Mr. Daggett House adjourned1 until 3 o'clock ( ' TimEC o'clock v. p. - 'House met roll called quorum present. ' Mr. Evans of Po...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 22 January 1853

pfSjtUtjSWtjjtSBtt - " 'JW' "f yw."" 1U " ! IJHIWBW . 1853. fa Colorado Navigation Company. NOTICE is hereby given to the Directors and Commissioner of the Colora do Navigation Company to meet at Columbus on Wednesday the iGlh day of February next for the transaction of such business as may come bfore thorn. Important communications may be laid before the Board by the Unltel Slates officer appointed to examine the river &c. and other nnd necessary businos will be presented. Asl have hitherto tried in Vain to obtain a full nitendanco of the CommUsion- en I now give notice Unit such as destro to avoid lugal proceeding requiring them tonnswer for tho sum? due by the nubicribors in their respective counties nnd the nmounis by them collected will do well to attend. As tho Commissioners seem to have forgotten thoir mimes. I publish tho list. Matagorda County. John Duneiin. John Rugoley John V. McCamley. Wharton County. Eli Mercer V. J. E. Heard J. D. Howell nnd J W. Gor- don. Colorado...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 22 January 1853

iflHfHRrJS l.Vjy.-ifry.i.. 4 mTEXASiSTMB" gazette. JANUARY $ it aifSufsaSb" &.& SCPK. .WlW4l PECK 4 . & I '- cNORMANl)E. ' ' . Atttraeys-at-Law Austin Jfoxas . tJ. DRACfiOEih tile Courts of the 2d judicial District nnd surrounding "counties nnd In the Supreme tint! Federal Courts nt Austin luayi rcrr-; '""'' gp-" ' v" iu i-.ii ' rs i tj - John A. & R. Green - -'-' XMORNKYS AND COUNSELT.OI13-AT-LA-VV AUSTIN TEXAS WILL practice In the 2d 'judicial district and adjoining counties ; also In the ;M4gj:-"t ' stiftrejne and federal coaiYis at Austin. ' VT . l--. ROBER HUGHE'S mm VMXMWV UHW JXmnUVy-Utr.uW) w iwiftowi. - --7-7-7 i W.UE8S JONES. 1 I . tl I imS Itiu j ILL hcronftor attend to business intrusted to him in tho Supreme Court -tfv.vt "ol the- Stalo nt Austin Galveston and Tyler arid tho i" uui ui nholUnitdd'Smtosnt tho saino plncos and ht Brownsvillo. Nov. 2.wlo-iy JICl. l. iiAupeu. j61Vte"S & WARPER AttoMeys-aZaw 'Gpnzales Texas t l.TXTilLL attend punctually to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 29 January 1853

wjj. mMMmmm J"WJg WW. .AH ! 11111 Hi M .fjrnAi .9 Wwauxsuuurunjnaan SIfS oaf I r J vol: iv. AUSTIN TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 29 1853. "so. 2i; 'i( aJriU't THE TEXAS STATE GAZETTE " "TiiWislicd by JOSCPII W. ItAillt'TOlV Stirto Printer'.' ' ' Terms: SUBSCRIPTION. TArtc Doar per Volume of fifty-two numbers if paid in advance or within ouo montli from the titno of subscribing or Four Dollar if not tlius paid in ndvuncc. ADVKRTISING. Advertisements will bb inserted nt One Dollnr per squaro erf seven lines or less fortho first insertion nnd fifty cents for each continuance. Qnc-hsiif these chnrges will bo made to those who advertise by the ycur with the privilege of clmnging qli.irterly. Business Curds of not more than one squnre will bo inserted for ten dollars per annum. -Announcements of Candidates for Office and all politicnl personal nnd busi- ness Communications promotive of individual interests will bo charged ns Advertisements. ' i n All Advertisements the publiqationjof which is re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 29 January 1853

HKAmMMMJmMUKU 1ptyf .M. !( &. ff fccr. v ' r.rv JANUARY 29. riN l) f Hi JiUO &..-:.' JA'.. L I L.lo. w. CKJiWnkii k jr. w. iJaifTo.'Y' xaiiori. -a t 'y - . Lii - pio . o& Austin J-ANUAfe 29- ipsM r . flw"! aro pleased to seo in.our.city Dr. Ashbcl Smith of Galveston a tried and truo friend of Texas and all her inte- restsK' ( ) V . - H r Addrcss to Yonng Men 4 There yill bo'tffdiscaurso addressed to young men on Sab- ' baihiigh'tin thPresbyterian Church by th ri pastor of at ' t Tf. ' . 1 11 . J...J A. Al .1 cuurcn; xounp; men aro reapectiuuy mvitea to auenu. 1 .77... .i " ." 1 . i'j . i- 1 '.-.T n-3-" TPnnnWi' that 'our article 'published in ' theiGazeltej3UiW lflliriiist'.iinriSfatibli to. the memorial of Messrs. Mayhcw & Co.' in which wo remarked that through the nctivo exertions of Senator Daneyf a bill. proposing to pay Frederick Dawson $100000 .with intorphtt lOrner Cent frcfai 183.8 was defeated has been taken 3di up a w ''$' ttT Wa have received from a commit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 29 January 1853

"VwrrscrT rs I I' mi i .. i :M1M STALE GAZETTE. -3PT I'l The Alamo Monument ""Wo havo been Bhown a wood-cut .of the Alamo monument made during the days of the Kopnblio by Nnnglo and Coxe and. now tlVo' property of Messrs. teach and Cavariaugh of Hew Orleans. Tina monument is well known to many of the old Toxans and is esteemed a work of great merit ; 'and from what we caii' judgo by the draft of it wo havo scon wo havo no reason to doubt the opinion of the Now Orleans press that V viewing it as a whole both for boldness and appropriateness of design and beauty of execution it would reflect credit on any artist of ancient or modern tiniest - It is duo to" tho memory of " tho heroes of tho Alamo" that the State of Texas should erect a suitable monument comme- morative of their patriotism and valor. As this monument is mado from the ruins of tho Alamo by American Artists and1 has the names of all who fell at;tln Alamo inscribed on it wo ttiink it advisable the State should purchase' it...

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