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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 8 February 1851

' ' f CONGRESSIONAL. I.V SENATE. Doc. tfOth. AUSTRIA JtXU TllC HCXCARtAVS. A message was received from tho Pipsi AVut of tho United Statps by Mr. M. P. Fill- more his private Secretary dated thc ROth instant comuinnicnting in rcpl) to a regula- tion of the Senate of the 2'jth instant cer- tain coircspondencc between nurGoernmen! nnd Vusiiis. The correspondence was rcud and is as folows: Dr.rAKTMENT or STrr Wvsitivr.Tos- Drcr-nr.r.n HO 1S50. (To the President of the I'ttilcd Stalts: The Secretary of Stale to whom has heen rr-frrrrd the resolution of the Senate of the 2i3'.h instant requesting the President 'to Tommuiiicate to the Senate if not incompat- ible with the public interest copies of nnv correspondence if any has taken place be- tween the Dcpiirlment of State and the Aus trian Charge d' AfTiirs respecting the ap- pointment or proceedings of the agent sent out to examine and report upon the condition nnd prospects of the Hungarian people du- ring their recent struggle for ind...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 8 February 1851

. .t.t-.... - - iciT-.;..n.ura..n ctt-.j the coiirfpondcncc contains principles deserving of perpetual preservation. They arc national doctrine American" doctrines openly "and manfully avowed la the eves of nil the world. Mt. DAWSON. And the rest of mankind. Mr. M ANGUM. Yes. rind the rest of mankind laughter. Sir the document contains langinge which is always right and takes the responsibility if maintaining it. Sir 1 am in favor of printing ten thousand copies because they will he primed in a form better calculated to be preserved in the libraries of the- country. I hope the amendment will prcvnl. Mr. RUSK. The expense of the publication of iho number m copies proposed will be v cry incon- siderable. 1 agree in the commendation of the document which has been made by the Senator lrohi North Carolina but there arc lniny small japcrs throughout the country which cannot print it; and besides it is a document which will bear rr-j crual ai d I hope it will be put into a shape in which i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 8 February 1851

PmfciotH ofFaRi. In a woik recent-t ly published entitled "Notes on Eunipe" lir S. Reynold we find related the following J fried ot an n.-coraplistiea gnmuier. Siltinir in the drnvvtn ng-room ot my noiei niter ten Count Renobio humorously rela- ted to tlie the following incident which oc- curred some time ego mid which produced a profound sensation and effect: A ohorf thin mrfrr whom nobody knew hut h Hght suddenly became a constant attend- ant at the fining tobies. This man during a whole fortnight contin- ued night after night m the most e.Vraor- dinary manner to tun enonnnus -inns of the faro bankers us well as of the surrounding betters. lie wore .spectacles and appeared so short-sighted that lie was nlwcyi obliged to touch the counler with his no-c before he could distinguish the ran!. Such was his luck that whatever card he backed was sore to win. On the last night of his appear- ance in Spa one of the ;niicsteis a young nnd half intoxicated irishman had lost u ve xy heavy sum...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 15 February 1851

k iiibmiiHhii inAiAwmjujumjiiin m i ujBWHmjuuu in i yrrrxmuAjMjjAi i ijijjiiijjjy-jjiiijjj... .x.i . i..iinmi . . r .-JJ-...... ' -j.i -.- RCS5 CHARLES DE MORSE VOL. S - ggtrg.ia..m I TUB FLOATING ISLAND IX DERWENT LAKE NEAR KESWICK. This m6si extraordinary phenomenon which bus. -given rise to a multiplicity of! opinions ns to us cause ana -properties among geologists nlul others including lVoVessor Sedgwick having again madt; its appearance it is apprehended that a ahor. account ol it will not only prove aintising.to thrioaders ol" this paper but also be interesting to the .--cicntilic world generally". I: is situated net far from Lowdorr a! the southeast extremity of th lake and a little more than one hundred and fifty yards from the Iand-wlii-re the depth of the water doced tix feet in a mean state of the. lake. During the last forty year? it has ap- peared thirteen times." In the year ISOd. from July 20th to the beginning of Octo- ber in the same year: in 1S1U from the 7t'iof Se...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 15 February 1851

9t &. T. nr.xRnt crUi demmdi s.ins notice of our federal relations. The Union has hardly got through a violent agitation which threat- ened-itfl destruction. The democracy of Ken- tucky have no concealment. I hey would apeak with frankness and candor. Let th.no denounce platform wh.i have none.nnd dare not pmniHO any -who have the same reason fir omn-tio? pHtfornn that the fov. had for hi opposition to tails; he had lost his own in some of hi midnight iii.traudhg Tho dd democratic pirty is the true Un- ion ptriy they have preserved the Union thus far not by n se.neles clamor of Union Union hut by "a strict construction ol the Constitution and strenuous opposition to all sectional iMties by regarding North nnd South a one people; respecting the right nrboth and engaging in no crusade against the initutions of either. The present controversy Is often dated far back in our history b-it its formidable po- litical aspect lieean in 1311 when the dem ocratic party .win an. a.... ! ' hc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 15 February 1851

ETjr.'gJgL.IWl JkJBUJJa.m-U.I-W ' U LJi" 'The effect nf Iho news nf tins horrible transaction in the nnmrof the deceased would haie created a fueling in the nether tnill- ttone. We draw the veil over tin soul-burrowing scene. It is 3d too fresh upon our in-nds and heaiis. :o do more than ndd Hint he who cnuld have heen here jejetcrdny nnd not felt ns all hcrt felt would have been irerf crhst.lhnnji mas.' Memphis Eagle. TIIESTTnTARLEslN RUINS. No one who hns'not isiteil New Orleans ran estimate the extent of the culamily which has fallen on otir eily by the gieat fire of vtwlerihiy. The St. CIijiIch Hotel wus thu jmde the boast the ornament of our city As a model of architectural beauty it was not surjrused if equalled by any edifice in the United States. The grace beauty and perfection of it plan the combination of so- imiiy ui'ii elegance it cnincn-encc witn beauty of grandeur with cla-ic propott"oii rendered the St. C'harles a sourrc of inex- haustible pleasure and interest to all...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 15 February 1851

wr rr-rir llilO?JJaM;NI.'3T.ElUA-L -i'EAlKE i:".. GjCvJK-i tM...-n-vt-.rili-'.tf t.tin?t. .-rnntionsinn- y-mr. bu'iu.lual -. r.n.l th.Rplf.iiiiTf..t pi-nsm?.liii ra.tR lrnm iiini:nnieM";i;niu&pn". wiion: tic 1 'S.V trl" J"r"- ' t-".' ' i ; - ; - ; ' ; " '" " . . .. ---. . . ! i . - i UJlh nt tins valuable journal will tin commenced im:tlvo.niot aiuL-acriaio-iiua:- rebuke; airf:s'al'h"ing uaWrsarumnlre.'un1 'lc 'l!W' n "ot lon s"c man;0"' after Jirt.vti!- .i-b TWENTY-lqnsTofSEPTEMI'l'U .-. :mSiT;fsueniniiigb7lyfra.i!Ubp. Minister tffiqiiwn fiissinlm put'iic.in -hnin i?c1oo!ls-d..unraiScd.h'cr'to a ctfmUe.s." . As.ihvo pricc.br luill-ring a favorable opportunity for all to subscribe .imrgrsi fronttr.e"7nkJirtr.d. lowly Josu.s vvntrsurwilieus eonfc'iip? mM'eid or'placing xm- this inairimorii"aI -riipturr.MVeCouiiiess who take an interest u. tlie r'S;1 arA. "'e'elnp. .- -A;. Jr . .:.'. ftrnn.fr 4-" A-ti-l wt -iIt?' V- -V . . ' . : 'li-id insiirnt! to 1ipp.." iiiiInVnf!pn!lv fif'mor....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 22 February 1851

THE NORTHERN STANDARD CHARLES DE MORSE LONG SHALT. OUR BANKER BRAVE THE BREEZE TaE STANDARD OF THE TREE. EDITOR & PROPRIETOR CLARKSV1LLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 22. 1851. NO. 25. VOL. S CONGRESSIONAL. IN SENATE. MoSDAY DLCESinCK 30 1B50. $ Mr. DOUGLAS. I have receive da letter from Jolm Wise of I.ancaster Pennsjlvania enclosing a memorial of an inlcresliiii; character which I have been requested to present and move its reference to ti'ie rmmcr cemmittee. I am not prepared to say precisely what committee that would he. Tim memorialist states that he has demoted six- r i. i:r- ..KniiU- in the . science of leen vcara 01 ius u oiUu-j nwuilid; that Juring lhat period he has made about one hundred aerial voyages successfully and with safclV. He states also thai he has written a work upon this science in which he has given a historv of it and an account of the dovelopmei is if its 'principles which has been received with great favor hr the scientific world. He aUo stat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 22 February 1851

Fvj the Boston Post. THE AZTEC CHILDREN. Those inexplicable epitomes of humanity IkatyKiuina" children coi'tinuej to attract inultitudea 'to Horticultural Hall School street and" to astonish the curiosity of c'bthu 6intftiauiquirws o un extraordinary degree. Jfii every point of view ihey may be really regarded as unfathomable mysteries of man- kind. As Burns said of the old bridge. Tlltty might be worshipped on the bended knee And still the second dread command by free; for they are unlike any thing in the henvens above in the catth beneath or in the wa- ters under the earth; and yet they arc not wifu'onf foYln or void. On the contrary they have all the parts and faculties usual ly to bo found in "inurvollous proper per- sona" They live move and speak a little and yet it is almost impossible to realize while looking upon them that tliev are "of woman bom." Their tiny size iheirsdinpe their action in the classical language of one of the eloquent members of the b.ir "dis- rutnple all ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 22 February 1851

l Tut Queln of hrAi.v-AM'aris paper publishes quite an itilerf rtt.iig ftuilltlun from the pen of llie Countess de Bussanvilje. The letters written by tho young Queen Isabella ore lh.c most charming things in the world so say not only her counters hut her enemies and those who hav read them declare if her Catholic Mujcsty were not Queen ofSpain she would very certainlybe a blue Mocking. Besides" although a sover eign or rathlr because she is u sovereign Isiibella 11 is-a eiilable lioness; not a li- on us understood in tho fashionable woild. but in the true acceptation of the word a li- oness like the noble partner of tha king of ihe foiest. If the young queen ever loses her cioun the-will not do it without having defended it swoid in hand. She fences like Giinicr and it.ishcr favorite amusement. This is the way sh e employs hrr time. At three o'clock not in the morning but in the day she rises. As soon as dressed.ano her toilette is the least of her occupation she oiders a very "ele...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 22 February 1851

D IS APPOINTED LOVE. . A SlD tCKKE IK X TELEGRAPHIC OFFICE. -Tb- Cleveland (Ohio) plain Dealer fur'n- ihr the following account a of pitiable scene which occurred a few days ago itrlhc tele- graph office 'nf that city: A case of melancholy interfeBt to one of "le parlies nl least occurred here the other lft viich we will relate for the-public good. .v "young- ladv (we foiboar names although Known) arrived here Iroin the Stato of New York on her way irito the southern part of the State whither she was going to consum- mate a marriage" contract entered itito some ten years sine. Her intended was a young innn'whri had hecn born and reared near her father's residence bet who" in all .things' did oot suit the 'old folks' and consequently the latter opposed the match. The result was 'ho young man left the country but has kept up r ir.tfst intimate correspondence with the Iitdy ever sirice until last summer be in formed her by lstterthat ns she coald not bej lii'irnou n iiiutic uv iiuu ucu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 1 March 1851

CHARLES DE MORSE VOL. S weatuaamigm A S T It A N G E M U R L K 11 C ASE.I In rc.i ding the 3 loregn.iig wo .re pam- Tiic Imvorta-nce of Connccr Isquests. 1 Tully impressed with the apprehension that Hicks wns judicially rhurdered that A very' curious development has lately 'there were hasto and carelessness in the !... .....i :.. m......ii i. ...; :. I invesii.-Tation of Ins case especially in tin .- .i ... i ... .mvii:. in... in-ciinjj me muruer ui imiu jiucu mi ;i.. i-.. i: t..1. i;i.1 tli.. painful apprehension that an innocent man :.... :....i s...i :.i .-.-.I..... The farts elicited-embody a volume of win- .'nm InffdMinninihrnmrnitaintvof iudicial investigation and show how important It is.ferrcd dyinghimselt to involving Iier in the to have thorough post mortem examinations . fate of the murderer. If his confession be of all persons dying suddenly or by violence ; true the man possessed a noble heart ana A man by the name ol Hicks who had trav elleJ in company with Allen being...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 1 March 1851

BOOTH AX D THE FAT GIRL. The veteran tragedian Mr Booth while plnyinj; a recent engagement in tins city rc-C-ived" a hnrrilitc shock which might possi- b'y have resulted fatally hut happily pro- J .;t v. f n mucli rnoic ludicrous than scn- .1 tit result. enow nod Tat girl. Mm Anna Croupe as e.hihiting hejelf ut the Mueum at tht fm of this engagement Mr Booth nns to ppear on Monday evening as Richard lie fas in an exceedingly nervous irritable and Snhappy xiatc Iroin some uinccouninuic .use ait ttiil any. r.vervinnig Teumeu long and by one mishap ami anetuer no I worked up to a frenrv. The time for parrnrmnnco armed; Booth grew calmer Icommciicca ins woik. he delectable fat girl urged by an wsur- rttitblrf desfre to sec the grct Booth in . . . . . iird. ier-o.v.isriencc in the ilratn.i leinc tedviathcrcd hersclt together and with j .-I . . Ic'difiicuhy succeeded in gnining the rear tCl .n. li;r -ttl tlin nrnrlmnl ? .. P. n . ..! cessarylo get all ot nerseii tnrougii tnc KtrnriJ in"rn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 1 March 1851

It ti J:.aXSSLVlS-i- HOME.- Ilviiowof napasinge in classical lile- r.iture more beautiful or affecting; than that whore Xenophon "in his Anabasis describes the effect produced on the rem- nant of the ten thousand Greeks when after pa-wins: through dangers without number thev at length ascended a sacred nuMinTain. aiid. from it" peaked summit eaucht iight Of the sea. Dashing their bucklers with a hymn of joy they rushed tuiuultuouslv fortvard. Some wept with the fullness of their delirious pleasures others lauahcd and more tell on tlieir- hnres and" blessed that broad ocean. Acre.ss- its blue waters Utile floating sca- Linls the memorials of their happy homes': r : me and fanned their weary frouls. All the perils thev had encountered all the companions thev had lost all the misc- .; ii.-1.-..1 endured were in an instant forgotten and nought was with tl.em but the gentle phanlcms ol past ana mime Ii.VS. UUC wa.s agiii" .--." !(; . 'strcil across the hoof-trodden plains of Thnwilv - an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 1 March 1851

A GLANCE AT THE TIMES A HUNDRED "Y E A US IIEXCB. A friend has favored us with a prc-publishcd num- ber of the Jjondou Tunes dated January 7lh 1950 Rivirg ua a planec at the times and things as they arc tn be or as they may can or will he a hundred veils hence. Itis a rich jssx d'esprtt taken through out from thp leading editorials to the columns: of "wants" on the advertising pat'!.. Th&peoplc of that period unliko their ancestors of the. present (lav. will haxc luoeenai" lhe. social bonds that bind 'lovely woman ani accorded "to hcrtbe iuahelidble right of dabbling lit politics and other llkenaaiTpcs now restiictcd In" lile more unvvotihy stt Here wc willgivc'our-readers a peep at "petticoats Icgis- ' lating : BdL ' J im'SE pE.LURDS.Y.ND LADIES.' ; . ' ' .. WldsUoay Jan. 5 1S50. -Lady Gicrgiajta tfc CliJJc'd look the oaths and her tc:U. A ' . c . 'Hie DAc of Crcfljr. presented' a. pcti.inn. froiu ceitain LandovvnelslithuCuv-jui Suflolkc!amiiiig the consideration of the llnu-o ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 8 March 1851

CHARLES'DE MOR8E VOL. S LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BRnE2E-TaE STANDARD 6f THE FKEE aMxxximxaiiiujnujiv3gLMjirm!.vmu tmiv vunmaja'nKSn EDITOR Ai PROPRIETOR ... . -... 1 Ill rom the Cabin of'lilaclc JMck. j TI1K CiiAKUK OF C1HVALKY. At la. Kfsaca lie i.a;Pal;!a. I'aln Alto's red ton ha.l gone down in llie West mniLm-m iguuLjqgs Comt Survey. CLARKS'VILLE itED RIVER C OU NT Y TEX AS - S ATU KD A Y M A R Off 87 I S5 1. r.tai im iiljmnBMaB NO. 27. lmj p 'i i-imaujjy h kjjUjH LmJiJ u l. 1 ji umn um liicotnpclency of ia yielded the floor I did sfOppnsu that the A Inn" interesting and nrfher spicy .debate question would be taken nt once upon the Ntitancup in the Senate on the 3 1st December m resolution. I had no idea Hint an inquiry lho consideration of the full.. in? resolution sub- from any Department was to be rented rn'o I.. Xr Tliiitnn. V have not mom fur it . --" "I ' . '-... .1 all. and if we bad. many of our readers mi . 111 .'iiiimiri 111 11 1 cuuiiiiimtiuMtit'ii ......... .. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 8 March 1851

' cum Shields Smith Turncy Upham Wales Walker and Witcnmb 24. permits it." NAYS Messrs Bjldwin Bcrrirn. Chiv The fiatenul niguments nnd the speci- Davio of Mississippi. Dawson Gwin Ham- mis reasoning milie old gentleman M. de lin. King Mason. Norris Pmtt. Rusk Soule Ncrvnl sins ed'eM-d him much hut he bpg- Stergeon and Underwood 1U ged foi lime to cortsult his friends before So the resolution wen agreed to'as fol- coming to x final decision upon n point which lows: I tic had not contemplated as a first necessity ReSoirui That the Secretary of the Xavv in the assumption oloiiental life. be directed to report to the Si'nate uhat mI- vantages to the public service would be de- rived limn tiniisfering the uiey of the coast from the Tieastny to thu Navy De paitincnt as reronunended in his annual re- port accompanying the Ptesidciil's annual message; and what additional legislation if: nny be necessaiy. And that the Secretary of the Treasury coiiiinUutcutc to the Senate i Mrhy in his opin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 8 March 1851

A.'V imm !- mi r i CONGRES SIONAL . Thirty Fikst CoNciitr.ss-sSEcoNP Scp.mon. Washington Feb. II-Sr-xiTr. Numerous petitions and reports wcic picscnlod. Afr. Siwarii offered atcsnlution lo inquire . into the expediency of icdncing the weight of silver coin." The dificier.cy bill which wns ntdered In le cngtossOI ycstcidaVj was taken u and in$FL(l. The Senate took up iho bill granting Irn millions of arios oi public land lo Uic sevei- :il States (.the Union fol the benefit of the indigent ai.tl insane nnd after debate was oiducd to he engrossed for a third reading. .And the Sena'e. adjourned. lloisn. The bill to establish a hoatd of accounts was taken up. 1 he que-l-on was mi ntrrppiim to the substitute lenoiled fiotu lif Ptuniiiiitec ofthe Whole on the -state of the Union permitting ngrieved claimants to Mic the United Slates bv a bill in the Court of Equity of Ihe United Staler with a light to appeal to Ihe Supreme Court substitute lust years S." najs 10l5. MnrlinYan Hnn-ii lms lip...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 8 March 1851

SERVICE WANDERINGS. r.v ax orttcSS. or actillkkv Onr entrance to the Capital. . Wo. stymied the jrarita. and ina.il c .such ilispitMtiotK for shelter bobimi llio build-in::-; which surround it as would givs us li.iic to organize for further advnncc?. "NY wtrl;e:l frnm onr that afternoon un- til lias cray of tlic-next morning's dawn in the predion of counter batteries upon lhp citadels and the Pasco and pot our last ammunition hi place as the first faint :trea kings appeared in thp east. That night I can never forget. No fires werp In for fearof revealing Our position to lhp enemy; no pipes no grog no won no sleep" and to crown this list of negative vila with one decidedly positive I fell in- 10 a ditch six feet deep with water and the gasp with which I went down and the absolute disgust and rage with which 1 fished myself out 1 leave to theimagina- :ion of the render as to site before a heerrul fire in happy unconsciousness of sneh nights of campaign. All tiight long did mv teeth ch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 15 March 1851

" " " r": ' LONG SHALL OOK BAN WEE BnAVS J2B B3EZE TUB STANDARD Or THE FREE EDITOR ii PRCPRlc-TCR CHARLES DE MORSE - ; . . "" I : .. : - - - - - " --- VOl. s LM.VJ" . 3WgS!lain t-B - iutrifT die Philadelphia Saturday lAprcss.J L-..VW It 1 '1 T r.N J J I" -S 1C . in a xi'w cnMnini'Tos. "We hear ii Kuranil ilri-nmy'tene " . . lake sonic "-wci :mgrl-p.'ll . .Virion;! the wood-haunts wild and loner: Vlirre llu; viii!iinle:s dwell !" Wlreroahe dec- sutisai-fiiisii haih.ihruwa Such glory on t!ic sea. We linger for its ceaseless niojn ' Thsl windless iian-trelsy ! . The pmi'tal world its echoes v. oke. When firs-l .the ardent sun l'nim out. the primal ihrUr.isj broke. His regal course to run: It filiated thru lhnse Wely sl.ies l"aeh immemorial Iiill Where iwvv sitrh coumbss cities rise The m is !t of human will .' Thro lllppocrcne"s inlet fmint The haunting spitit rung. To every old The: saltan mount' Us stutied legends dims; It Tilled ll:c lone lltcliaii hills Wish fabltid visions blent. ...

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