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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 March 1863

r-JWjfr- w u .... ' "' "4Kt" ' ' .. vj j.mb. ,i.nii'ii.'.. . . .., b ... . , , .- r 9&mmrmsRKKKKIBKIB30BIKBKOBHKtUKtMKKUU&BUnttUKK&EtBUBEKBl WiBMlBW -----q------------------------------MlBMaMMMMggag- " c-'i . ' JAMES HARPER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. $1:5Q, IN ADYAHQE Volume XXVIII. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO MARCH 26, 1863. Number TRUTH AKD JUSTICE." -y- 11 ' 1 ' I ;l.arll -. I I TO THE DEMOCRACY OF OHIO, WHO PREFER SAFETY OF THE REPUBLIC TO THE TRIUMPH OF A PARTY. Mr Triads: A few months prior to the election of 1861 1 addressed a letter to yon mrougnme columns oi meu mo Statesman, in which I appealed to you in behalf of your country then just Involved in a war with rebels asking you to lay aside, for a tii me , at least, your peculiar party predilections, and unite with every Union-lovipg citizen torescuethe country from impending lnm. Many other trne and tried Dem - ocrats united with me in that appeal. I was more than gratified at the re annncp which vou pave. In everv coun- yfn...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 March 1863

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. SUITED A5D PUBLISHED BT J A TIES HARPER, S3"At 81.50, invariably in advance R. L. STEWART. Assstast Eritos. GAI.I.IPOI.IS. THURSDAY. : MARCH 26, 1863. "On tlie 3d of March Hon. Isaac 5Welch, member from Belmont county offered in the Senate of Ohio the fol lowing patriotic resolutions: Whereas, a republican form of gov ernment is believed to rest largely up on the consent of the governed, and ean only be maintained, when war is waged for its destruction, by a hearty ' eoroperation of the loyal people of such government; and Whereas, the Constitution of the . United States, founded by the wisdom and patriotism of our fathers, very wise ly provides for a government of legis lative, judicial and executive depart .menu, with. power believed to be am ple to defend the rights of the people, . maintain the authority ol tbe govern ., ment and execute the laws of the na 'Hon: and Whereas, an unholy warfare is now waged by certain States against the au- - - - 0 ,i t 11 . tu...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 March 1863

ARRIVAL OF PRISONERS—IMPORTANT FROM THE SOUTH. WASHINGTON, March 20, 1863. Trtr-nf S7B Drisonen, 800 of tbem civilians, arrived from Biehmond toiiEt, AaoDff them is James M. leeds, an old. Cincinnati and New Or leans steam boat pilot, wno was ar rested at Colombia, 8. C. in Novenv ber, 1861. They leftRichmobd on the 18th, and many of them bad been in Goldsborougb, Petersburg, Salisbury and other points further South but a short time previous. They passed Longstreet's corps moving from Pe tersburg to Iivnchburff as they came ud. D. H. Hill was at Goldsboro, mating a demonstration toward New bern. A. P. Hill was in South Caro lina, and French at Greenville, IT. C There was nobody with Lee, at Fred ericksburg, but Jackson. The general indications were that the rebels feltqn easy about the safety of Richmond, and were moving all the heavy machi nery for the manufacture of ordnance and powdfer tp Northern Georgia. They represent the feelings of privates in the rebel army as overwhelmingl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 March 1863

POET'S CORNER. YOU KISSED ME. BY JOSIE HUNT. Ton kissed me! My head had drooped low . in vnTir breast. I With a feeling of shelter and infinite rest; While the holy emotion my tongue dared not apeak) Flushed up, like a flame, from my heart to my cheek. Tour arms held me fast; ho! your arms were so bold; hold i j Your glances seemed drawing my soul -through my eyes ... As the sun draws the mist from the sea to the kies; . . And your lips clung to mine till I prayed in my bliss They might never unclasp from that raptur ous kiss. You kissed mef My heart and my breath and , , t . . , ,. In delirious lov for a moment stood stilL I XifehadformethennotempUtion.nocharms,! No vista of pleasure, outside of Your arms: And were I this instant an angel, possessed Of the glory and peace that are given the blest, 1 I would fling my Trhite robes unrepiningly down. And tear from my forehead its beautiful crown. To nestle once more in the haven of rest, "With 'your lips upon mine, and. my head on you...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 2 April 1863

m'M&M- AffiKI I II II 1 II II 1 1 i II IMI I I I I I I II HI II ' rlimSmSL'. . . "1r I II II II. II II iklf II II II II II .fat llll It, II II llll. II, a. FAXES HAEPER, EDITOR AM) PBOPEIETOB. "TRUTH AND .JUSTICE." $1:50, IN ADVANCE. Volume XXVIII. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO!, APRIL 2, 1863. Number 19. SUCCESS IN LIFE. That practical "flncK oi me i,a- crosse- (Wisconsin) Democrat, who does up" practical philosophy in his . lectures to "Valter, hits the nail on the head In the following logical directions how to succeed in life: J "Taller, my boy, do you realize that each year the grave is nearer yon than ever before that unless you are active, the season of life will close before even half your self-alloted contract will have . i i i-i . , - I fceen performed, unless, use wu uiuy , people, you have no aim no nope do flmuHlon oeyona picmu ;uui nu 1 -. ft 1 I-l. laath I nfler dinner? Half of the world yes, Valtei.jnore than, half, go to the ,re: ception room of -eternitj-without any object ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 2 April 1863

GALUPOMS JOURNAL. EDITED AND PUBLISHED BT JAiTIES HARPER, "Al 31.50. invariably in advance It. L. STEWART. Assistant Emtok. GAXI.IPOZ.IS. . THURSDAY. APRIL 2, 1863. JOn Monday at 12 M.. word came to Gallipolis- that the notorious Jenkins liad attacked Point Pleasant at the mouth of Kanawha. Our town was instantly in commotion, and in a very short time a large force of armed men Toft for that place. The steamboat Victor with three howitzers on board, nnd some soldiers under command of Capt. Baqos, soon hove in tight of the Point. The land forces with musketry nnd a rifled cannon arrived opposite the town about the same time. The "Trumbull Guards," under command of Lieutenants Oilman and Freer, were amongst the first to cross the riv er, and conducted themselves like vet erans. Their prompt action and brav ery is worthy of the highest praise. The soldiers from the Hospital also turned out to the number of 100, armed and ready for fight, though many were really very ill. The rebels up ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 2 April 1863

A SOUTHERN [Correspondence of the Louisville Journal.] NEW YORK, March 21, 1863. This will excuse itself. I anP'ii native of KerUncky, and, when this war broke out, my syrupa it., k.inn. etronalv in favor of "the H 1 1 1 J ISbU . , , . . Tleft America ana repaireu io .Fans, jrance, hucic, uu, - weeks, I have remained a calm but by no means a disinterested spectator or this unnatural war. I was, during my stay in Fans, the recipient of the hospitalities or a'""" forbear to mention. names for obvious reasons) who is intimately connected With the Court of France, and whose are also with the Southern Confederacy. A short lime since, he made me the astonished recipientof the following private information, which, were I to consult my inclination, I should keep a secret, but whico duty to my country impels me to publish: "On the 21st day of January last, said he, "a letter was receiyed at the of France, dated Richmond, Va., Nov. 2d, 1862, and signed by twenty- the leading men of the South-...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 2 April 1863

POET'S CORNER. THE OATH. BY T. BUCHANAN READ. Huctxr Swear on my sword. Ubost (below) Smear! Shakspearc Te freeman how long -will ye 6tifle The vengeance that justice inspires? With treason how long will ye trifle And shame the proud name of your sires? Out, oat with the sword and the rifle In defense of yonr homes and your fires. The flag of the old Revolution Swear firmly to. set-re and uphold. That no treasonous breath of pollution Shall tarnish one star on its fold. swear! And hark, the deep Toices replying Prom gtares where yonr fathers are lying. Swear, J, nctar!" Jn this moment who hesitates, barters The right which his forefathers won. He forfeits all e laim to the charters Transmitted from sire to son. Kneel, kneel at the graves of our martyrs And swear on your sword and your gun: Xay up your oath on an altar As huge and as strong as Stone Henge, And then with sword, fire and halter, Sweep down to the field of revenge. Swear! And hark, the deep voices replying From graves w...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 16 April 1863

"TRUTH AND JUSTICE." GALtlfOLI, OHIO;i AFKIL 16, 186 3; Volume XXVIIL MESiRPE.'EIIITOE AM) BROPRIETOR, TIBERIUS CÆSAR. Fourteen years, before the death of Cajsar Augustus, our savior was born tn Bethlehem of J udea. Herod, a na tire of Syria, was at that time the Ro nan king over that province. He was a man of great nblHtles, bntof execrable character. This was the Herod who ordered the assassination of the babes of Bethlehem. He died a few years af ter the birth of Christ. Augustus Ctesar married, as a third wife, Livia Drusilla, the wife of an ex iled Roman General Tiberius. Livia had a son whom she had named, after its father, Tiberius. Caesar Jiad an tmly daughter, 7ulia. By the marriage of Ihe parcels these children became, in swrbrotbers and'sisters. They were however subsequently married. Julia ; became one of the most wicked of wo men, and conducted so shamefully, that her father Augustus, ordered her to be divorced from her husband and sent her into exile upon a small islan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 16 April 1863

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. saiTxs xvb rmisHxs sr JAMES HARPER, g&A.t 91. SO. invariably ta advaaee X. 1. 8TEWABT. AasarAXT Ebitos. GALLIPOLIS. 'THURSDAY. : APRIL 16. 1863. XyFsrmers, alloir as to nrge yon twee again to give prompt attention to spring crop. If yoa wish to reap a golden harvest, now is the time to pre pare for ft. Hare 70c aeen how stead ily price of grain, forage and provisions Hare adranced since the outbreak of this rebellion? Yoa hare sot yet seen the highest point to which thoy will at tain. Are yoa so-ordering your agri cultural affairs a to give yoa the bene fit of this advance? If not, yoa can not commence e moment too soon. The cry of famine, and rumors of bread riots in the South, show how fearfnlTy the productive powers of those States bare bees neglected, in order that trea eon might prosper. The argent entreat ies of the leaders to the planters to raise oeither'eotton nor tobacco, but to tarn their whole attention to raising corn. potatoes, o anything fit fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 16 April 1863

ATTACK ON CHARLESTON. ATTACK ON CHARLESTON. BEBEL ACCOUNTS OF ITS PROGRESS. Ft. MoKRor. April 10. The Rich- fflofid Whig of yesterday bus the fol- lowing highly interesting intelligence: Gmunffl. Ann! 10 Th attaelr on nhr!pton commenced lo-dav. in ihx Yankee fleet are engaged. The firing from the fleet and from Forts 8ampter and Moultrie and Morris Island was Tery heary. The Ironsides was hit ran ashore, bat subsequently got off and was taken out of range. At twoo'cloek in the afternoon, nine Moni- tors and the IronMdea opened a fire at .i i . i o nun J. a . I.. if the distance of 3.000 yards. past two o clock the firing on both tides became incessant and was kept up till fire o'clock, when it gradually diminished. The fire of, the fleet was concentrated on Fort Sumpter. The Ironsides and the Keokuk withdrew from the eugage tnent at four o'clock, apparently diss bled. Intense excitement prevails in this city. Our Monitors have just gone out to take part in the fight. Our casual ties...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 16 April 1863

POET'S CORNER. POET'S CORNER. COMPROMISE WITH TREASON. POET'S CORNER. COMPROMISE WITH TREASON. BY S. W. BUNGAY. Compromise- who ever hesrajf? 5; -V iWiirm applied to-Irenionr And void of Msu orreaeB- &Mrprsis-the terui if'ToM,' " T " T . Who'd tbiakcf SHeh a mtare. - As ofifcring peaeato tHavjngnoyd, Who rchbed u of oar treasure- -. f A wdlmi God hirt plead to iit .. Of gnntyEve aSa'Adam: -And id tS tbnr, -Too to! mrfrmt. Altl)joii.houldnt.hd;ii.f - 71 i:. Bat I'll forgiva yon of thfault",, ' : " ; And keep yon m the garden; . . Andnonta-yo everagain-revoltr I still ifofferpardoii." Instead of thai, His wrath grew great " He gave to them their orders. To travel through the outer gate, ,And alay beyond lta bora era. Then had ibguarded sight aud day, (And planted in the center, if sword whlchpointed either way, Thit,they ahould .never enter, Compromise--wEai- right hare we VTo car such -an action? ? TTTfatToSerpeace to Bragg and Leey Tir Beauregard and Jaelcaonl -t ItTeffidaine of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 23 April 1863

JAMES "HAEFEIl, EDIIOK AND FROPBIETOR. "TRUffi AND J$fSTICE f ;5(WH ADTilCE Volume XXVIII. (JILLI PQLIS, OHI APRIL 23,.' ,18 g 3. Number THE ANGEL OF THE DEPOT; OR, WHAT CAME OF A KISS. The great depot was crowded. The, th Regiment was about to leave ior theseat flf, war; and, it was; known that the, brave fellows were; gpjng where fighting was sure to come. The cars, had backed into the building; and the engine was shrieking impatiently. The regiment had filed into the depot, and -as the soldiers rested for a few mo ments upon their, arms, ond friends gathered Bround, and the words oi parting- were spoken. There were tears, and sobs, and blessings; there was wringing of hands, end wringing of:heartsl Wives were parting with husbands; mothers were parting with their eons; sisters were bidding good lye to brothers; and fathers were speak ing the last words of cautioq an care. It was a season of painful anxiety; for the departing ones were going away with their lives in their hands, a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 23 April 1863

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL EDITED AHD FOBUSHEI BT J AITIES HARPER, 03TAt 81,50-, invariably in advance R. X. STEWART. AssoTAjrr Editor. GAITiPOLIS. THURSDAY. APRIL '23. 18B. o'JThe General Assembly at its , lateiseaaitm, passed a law authorizing thftqrernor to purchase groond in Bprihjf GFove .Cemetery, Cincinnati, for tire burial of Union soldiers. . In pursuance thereof, Goj. Tod on last Friday selected three lots, large enough to bury 1200 soldiers. The price fixed to be paid by the State, was 83000. - Hitherto, no ground has been select ed, or purchased for a, soldiers' burial placaaf-' GaUipolis, although a great number have died at the General "Hog. pital, or brought herejrorn. other places. A: large" space jjf ground in the public Cemetery is "already filled up; The limits of-the Cemetery grounds are too small to answer the requirements of the towri.-'Wpuld it Jjot.be ,avisabljr to hare loiae'sBitabJa-rground purehasetf ttcor punsr oi towrers7-. uar-nyty: fatheft.,,:lEoHld-Tafa the m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 23 April 1863

Army Correspondence. Army Correspondence. CAMP REYNOLDS, VA., April 15, '63. ?ior Gallisolis Joxncel: Dxar Snti At the requested on beta" of the officer of tne vim neg t.ni n. V. I.. I forward ibrpabltca tion. the following Preamble and Res- olotions which were read before litem, and unanimously adopted: Whxbsas, ib the providence of God, onr worthy Maior, Joan B. Blsssiso, was, on the 10th inst., removed from ni bv death, therefore. Rttolvcd, 1st. That, in the death of Meior Blzssiko, we realize the loss of a kind and gallant officer, a true patriot, and an honest and confiding friend. Sd. That we shall erer be proud to imitate the sterling qualities and exalt ed virtues exhibited in the Major's life, and we do warmly sympathize with his bereaved family and numerous friends. on account of bis lamented death. 3d. That a copy of these proceed inga b? sent to the family of the de ceased, and that one copy be sent to the Gallipolis Jonrnal for publication. With the request tbat it be c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 23 April 1863

POET'S CORNER. For the Gallipolis Journal. THE SCOUTS OF THE CUMBERLAND. BY ROWENA A. BLANKENSHIP. T wit eafcn OelobVcveping, i riitheyeMixty-tflrb,, ' . AndOla Bit" iTM tlow jlescendtBg " .'Down theeattrn atair of bine, And a sooUi.br& tadly whiiperea, 'jlong tae letiy txrcgai on tugn, And lose droves of anmraer tpegstjrs; IBtecr'diieir coarse for baJmlerskiea. Down Ihehilland through theyaBeyv Rod a bind of JtonnUin;Seont. T;m r their ptrcbbymnsic -.' ft -Ronrh- bat catle-toaUd vidmUd,, rr NexttahMreet s graceful AOuC ajv" wmww - Yes, 'twas plain" that" eighteen i mmnera And W reieis7B oetot-enaa,-, - . And hit broad bSJ tightly grupicg GraseM (Aid titer ms&leo. ted,-c;'- Aartaeetiid eorafte'heali," Bounding oh like eagle freed! Thirty "ra'oTe'eompostd "the party. " " A theyttida'aefaarlettcn'. ' No on spoke bnt eye kept acanning Soaaing-bnrbVondr-''" Each rode wtehfaTbyTi ji comrade; -'Ijr-- Araedwithawcrl and carbine ready; 4 Hatching through tha Vila romaoHo " 'Tanrixi ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 7 May 1863

"" Shr J.r ' A' " ' 'A' ' v -- - . uikw '- . ry- r- nnmii i I nnjMpiii wmwim i n man turn JAMES HARPER, EDITOR Volume XXVIII. Aifl) PROPRIETOR. GALLIPOLIS, OHIQ, TRUTH AND JUSTICE. MAY 7, ,1863. j ; ..I je. : 1 $1.50, jUf ADVANCE Nymber 24. WYONA. WYONA. BY J. H. R. In 1800, daring the early seltlemen cf Dorer, N. H., a young physician by the name of Wade, walking one day in the forest, was suddenly ami unexpect edly confronted by an athletic Indian Although the whites and the red men were at that time living in considerable amity, the abrupt appearance or tbe savage startled the doctor not a little; and his first impulse was to draw a pis tol from his belt and shoot tne intru der, but before he could put his thought into operation, the strong band of tbe Indian was laid upon his arm, ef fectually thwarting his intention. ''Feartf6r,'''8a1d-the--sSTfifesr"rflm Mesandowit, the most powerful chief of my tribe. I have not come hither to harm yon. Follow me, and rely upon tne for protec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 7 May 1863

CALLIPOLIS JOURNAL EDITED AND TOBU8HKD BY JAMES I1RFEK, g&At 91.50, invariably ia sdrsaee R. L. STEWART. Ambtatt Euitos. TnUKoUAx. ' MAT 7, 1863. 3TA lot of Jenkins' guerrillas. eaoog whom were Henry and William Bryan and John Tafft, concluded last -Thursday night to try their hands in the stealing line ton the North side of the. Ohio rlrer, in the neighborhood of Swan creek, about 17 miles below this place. Anything laying around loose, as .saddles, bridles, &c, were uncere moniously gobbled up. A party of 1 1 Union, citizens started in pursuit next morning and overtook the thierei with ia a circuit of about Biz miles. The three above named were captured with' most of the stolen plunder, and lodged in our jail on Friday last where they are now enjoying the bitter fruits of their eonduet. It is to be hoped they will.be tried under our cm Taw and set to work in the Ohio. Peni tentiary for the good of the State. They were all armed with breech load ing carbines and rerolrers, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 7 May 1863

SAVAGE ATTACK ON GEN. MCCLELLAN. OLELLAN. SAVAGE ATTACK ON GEN. MCCLELLAN. From the Richmond Whig. April 21. Young Napoleon is dead dead be yond nnnMuw. - - ,4 may still m onirit. in rjower. t. in power, in me nopo 01 giory; he is defnnct. . It is a noteworthy fact that the ululations and hullabaloos over this person have ceased in Yankee land. For two or three months after his dismissal he was the pet object of Democratic pity and "Conservative" sympathy; but now even Beast Butler has grander ovations than he. His name is seldom heard among men. He is no more. A review of his career, from the time he claimed Roseerans' lauials in the little affair at Eich Mountain, down to the time of the battle ofAntietam, would be instructive to the nation of liars 'who accepted him at his own ly ing valuation, and discarded him be cause bis falsehoods, gigantic as they were, produced no visible impression on the 'rebellion. It mfcht also profit the Confederacy to trace, io the carper of this bra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 7 May 1863

POET'S CORNER. NEVER COURT BUT ONE. I litre finished it the letter That will tell him he ia free; Fiosx thit boor aod fererer He i noftin Mere to me. And ray hearMeels lighter, gayer. Since the deed at last U done, It ntt teeeh him that when courting He should sever court but one. Every Body in the Tillage Snow he'a been wooing bv And this morning he war riding With that aaoey Anns lee! They say he smiled upon her, .As he cantered by her side. And I'll warrant yon he promised To mate her soon his bride. Bat I hare finished it the letter, Frost this moment he ia free He may hare her if he wants her. If he loves hermore than me! He may go it will not kill me I would say the same as there. If I knew it would for flirting, It a more than 1 can bear. It is twilight and the erening That he said he'd visit me. But no doubt he's now with Anna He may stay there too, for met And as trne as I am living, If he comes here any more, 111 act as if we never. Never, never met before! It is trne he a...

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