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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 14 March 1848

JVew Iron uiad Kteol Store. r|UIK subscribers, Importers and dealers in For-I fign und American iron, hc<r. louve to cull the attention of purchasers (if Iron and Strrel, to the new nssortnuMit of Swede, Norweyiaii, Ro.tined, Cable and Connunn English Iron, wljich they now have and ;ire constnntiv receiving from Europe direct. Also, American Irmi, consisting ot * Hoop, Band, Scroll, kc. JOii^Sish. Hutisia, anil Anicric;m Sheet Iron ; Small Hound mid'Square Iron, from 3-Hith and upwards Boiler and V\uo Iron, Horse Shoe and Nail Rods, A.vlo, Iron, various sizes ; Locomotive, Tjro and Railroad Iron; An<rle Iron, n.-jli-rtinnd Iron, &c. Spriup anil Hlisterod Stool, from best stamps of Swede Iron ; Cast and Shear Steel, &c, all ofwhicli they ofl'er at the lowest rate.s, for cash, or at six months for approved reference, and to which they invite the intention ol' pureliTisr-r-s, before replenishing their stocks. Also, Pig and Bloom IrunJ received on com...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 14 March 1848

:¦ _ Life Insurance. PENN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, Office No. 91 Walnut Street. This company is now ready to make Insurances on Lives, on the mutual system, without liability beyond the amount of the premium. All the profits, of the Company divided annually among the insured. The premium may bn paid quarterly, semi-annuity or annually, or one half of the premium may bo paid in a note tit 12 months. Individual a insured in this Company, heroine members of' tlir curponttion, nnd vote for Trustpcm. Tlir: Hilton nf Premium, with a lull participation iu tin; profit*, art 1 iim low nn nny other IntUituti.Hi'in thn Stiiti; nr ('iiutitry, und lowVr limn nny <¦!' the Kii[;liidi Cninpiiiiic;', with only n portion nf tho prodin, ¦ , lilnnk iipplieiitioiiN lor himirntiiH 1 , wiili full pur tit'.uluv*! can In) Iuul at tlm cili'icc, IIANIF.L MII.LKU, Pn'widi'iit. WILLIAM M, CLA111C, Vims l'n-at. Jnti.v W, Ituusr.u, SvtviMnrv, J. ZliMtorcilMAN. A««Mit LllllCltstlT, I'll, Jtui, '...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 14 March 1848

A Card to >>lale Readers. T' O those who intend yisting Philadelphia to make purchases, it is important to know where it can be done to the best advantage. Such as are a.boiit to buy HATS for their own heads, or by the Case, to sell again, are respctfully informed that there is an Establishment at No. 1 STRAWBERRY ST., on the second floor, conducted by E. DA MAI, on the Cash System entirely, where HATS of the best materials, and of the latest fashion, can positively be obtained at from one to two dollars less than at the showy and estravagrant Stores,in the fashionable streets ot thejbity, where rents are from oneto three thousand dollars per annum ! At this Establishment, on account of locating himself in a by-street, and up stairs, the proprietor procures his store at the low rent of one hundred dollars. The vast difference in the profits which there must be between the two descriptions of stores, every one can answer! A visit is earnestly solicited, as it is c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 14 March 1848

Dloorc &IUgdoh, Merchant Tnilors " VTO, 70 South Third Street, nearly onpoBito the X\ KxeTiago, Philadelphia. (B, E, Moore, late of the firm oTRobb, Wiuebrener & Co.) Respectfldly announce to their friends and the public that they are constantly prepared to mukc to order, of the finest and best materials, and at moderate prices, every article of Fashionable Clothing, constituting a Gentleman ' s Wardrobe, for which their complete stock of choice and carefully selected clothB, cassimeres, vestings, &c, of the latest and most desirable patterns, are particularly designed. Tlieir own practical knowledge of the business and a personal attention to every garment, enables them to give entire satisfaction, and to both old and new customers they respectfully tender an invitation to give tliem a call. Having been for years connected with some of the! best and most fashionable establishments in this country, employing none bat first-rate workmen , and being; in t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 14 March 1848

Doctor Yourself lor Wi cents. By means of the POCKET vKSCULAP^USor Every One his own Physician ! Seventeenth Edition, with upwards of One Hundred Engr^virigs, showing private disoasoa in every shape and form, and malformations of the generative Bvstem hv Wm. Ygufo . M. D. T : '3 The time has now arrived, that persons suffering from secret disease, need no more become the victims of Quackery, as by the prescriptions contained in this book any one may cure himself, without hindrance to business, or the knowlcdgelof the most intimate friendand toith one tenth the usual expense. In addition to the general routine jof private diseasea, it fully explains the cause of Man-Aood'a early declinewitli Observations on Marriage —^besides many other derangements which it would not be'proper to enmneraterin the public-prints. Jj£r Persona residing qVahy distance-frbm! Philadelphia, can have this Book forwarded to them through the Post Office, on the receipt of 25/centa, directed to Dr. Willi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 14 March 1848

To HouseKecpers. rr>HE subscribers invite purchasers of all or any X kinds of DRY GOODS required in housekeeping, to call and examine thoir stock which is confined exclusively to those articles, comprisirig in part all kinds of Linen and Cotton Sheetings, Quilts, Blankets, Damask Table Cloths and Napkins, Towelings, Tickings, Table and Piano Covers, Furniture, Dimities and Chintzes, embroidered and low priced Curtain Muslins, Worsted Damask and Moreens, Domestic Muslins, &c, &c, together with a large stock of all kinds ot" Flannels, and the best styles of Irish Linen, which they import direct from the most celebrated bleachers. By excluding Dress Goods from their business, they are relieved from the necessity of asking high prices at the commencement of the season to compensate for losses consequent upon changes of fashion as the season advances, and will sell at tlie lowest possible grade of profits as the surest means of extending their business. JOHN ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 14 March 1848

a'mba'i'iSus. S ' arasoiN, S- 'araNofrtiteM. ami WaEKiia :^ cane 5'tnS>reilcis. " \"UT 1LLIA.M H. RICIIARDSOS. Sic;im Kact-ry. ^ ? -I.i only one in the Tinted Stairs. N.i. 11)4 Marl.c . «rrr>e:. Pii: !;idel|>hi,T. . "Mcrcliinits an- respeiriU;. \ \n\\i\\ivA \y.\\. \ v.-ni^iiu:v n> manufactiir^ all the aiKive ^o.:.!s, l>v the ;iid of sreain, nutwithsLtmliu^ the Lrreai npjiosition of parlies opposed to the introduction oi" expensive improvements. \: v assortment is complete, ;uid prices so low. as to give entire satisliietion. {Kr As them is ;in I' mJirella Store next door, of nearly the saii:n name, it is important yon should n-meiiiber WILLIAM 11. RICHARDSON, Steam Factory, ami patentee:, of the Walking Cane I'mbreJIa, sii;n of the L idy and Eagln, No. 101 Marki;t street, Phihiileiphin. 05" Attrition is ret]nested to the celebrated Walking Cane Umbrella. ;i nc\it and beautiful ariirle, coiiibining all the advantages of a Cane ,and 1'iiibrclla...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 14 March 1848

. ISAAC BARTON, • ' W HOLESALE GROCER, Wine and Liquor Store, 135, 137 North Second Street, Phila. March 0, 1S47. ' 6-ly

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

Beautiful Letter. ^Ye clip the following exquisitely louchiiwr let-:er from tiie Hodict.'cr Daily .¦ ¦ Idvvrtiscr. It is from i blind gill to bur friend. Who but a female could ivritr thus . ' L.vkk CuTTAfii:. Nl-v. ;Jo. 1S IT. My Be.ir Lizzy.—It is not plea>ant to be blind. My poor eye* long to look abroad upon this beautiful world, and my prisoned spirit struggles t" break its darkness, and batho again in the pure light ot " the upper slues. I would love dearly to bonnet and shawl mysel*. and go Ibrthto breathe the air alone, and free ;i.« the breeze tHait fans my brow. But. as Milton once said to his favorite daughter. " It matters little whether one ua* a star to guide, or an angel hand to lead." And. Lizzy, we must learn to bear, and blame not that whidi wo cannot change. Tlw journey of life. i> .-hoi 1. We may not stop U'to long, and sorrow and trial discipline the spirit, and educate the khu1 for a future liie. and those upon whom we most depend \v: love m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

JtlEDftCAlt AWVKRTISOHEJVTS. All of the following ariktet, which have oUalr.cd unbounded popularity are tfoid byJAAJKS SMITH, thetmly Agent for the genuine uvtkkt in tkr city of Lancaster, and county of Lancuiit*;, EEHEMBER THIS ASD lll-V 0.V1.V t: I lfl.1' AN unequalled reniudv, and an AJnuuwir. tor IS !S gratis. 1st— I'nr colds ;ni.l f-v-rish f.-elii^s. and' preventing fevers. 2<!—J\*r Ast|nnn, J.iver Complaint, and Uilioud AiTtit-tions. 3d—For Di.-.rhcea, Indigestion, and Loss uf Appetito. 1th—For CoBtivcn«.ss in foituilt's and inailes. fnh—For Stti-Snach affections. Dyspepsia and Piles. The %TCx.t points ;txc, it ieiiiit had to take, never gives pain, and never leaves one costive ! ! For all these things ¦ it is warranted «m-<iij;UliMi. aud all who do nut /ind il .so nmy rcutm the UvuUi anil cut their money. This mv.ii\i:im*. \* LOXGLEY'S GREAT WESTERN INDIAN PANACEA, i- ' ullur iU-W:ri:.::wji in \:in ' Almanac for ISIS, gratis. Halm of Colvmiuk II.he Ton-it....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

lr>im tiie Qormahiown Tulograph. l»ieu*inu tiiio of Hydrophobia* As much -.'xciioniom Iiun provuilcd In tho «onv muiiity rc>iK'ctiiis tho coko ol' Mr. Jucob Frlei,Ot Warwick, und many iniKundori*tanding»havo talctn rise ri^ptcting it, wo doom, it proper to glvj the public «omo account of tho sumo1 ; Mr. Frio-r do*igMing to go to Philadolplua on tho morning of Navenibur the 33d hntt arose at about iwo o'clock—and hearing some noise among his poultry, went*to where his fowls were, found there a small turrier dog, which he caught running, and whs immediately bitten by the dog in the left hand, mid particularly in the little finger, where the chief wound was. He secured the dog alter a short conflict, and tied him on the piazza 61 his house—hjs design in keeping the dog, being to detect the persons to whom he belonged, and whom he supposed to be robbing hi^ hen-roost.. He took considerable pains to discover an owner, but found none ifor this purpose he sent him to th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

Select Ppetrf). The Mechanic. IIV H. IIAUTXK. Mi (jliaiiim! wlmno toll I* ' tho wnallh of a imtinn—Wltdwt 1 hrvnMtx nro iu.bulwarka when (lunger is nlplii TImhi^'Ii Immblo yiiiii 1 lot ,11ml (Ictijiipod your vocation, Vuii hitvuhonor uml worthtlmt ' thb worldcannotbuy. 'J'ha iniiiiniiH of wealth may affect to tloupiso you—PrtuiuuMcitig you ignorant, sordid, and base ; But tho moment will como that will teuch thorn to prizo you { The acorn they h a v (¦ ..written, themselves shall eraso. Not theirs is the hand that can turn hack the billow That threatens to sweep o'er our altars anil hnmes; Tln-v mav live in the breeze that but plays with the " willow, Hut wo unto them v.hun the liurricane comes. They must call upon you in the moment of dauber—When tin; war-banner spreads its red folds to the air: When our homes arc assailed by the hands of a btra ' iigcr, And the valleys re-echo with the crie-; of despair. Where Home's faded grandeur her ruins are telling, Where Athen's proud ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

?miscellaneous. marriage of Vulcnu and Venus. At u public mcctlHjf )u!,l in ^buJJich), Kngliind, on tho oticuMon of iuying the corner ttonc of u new building for tlic Slu-lllntd Athcmt'iim und Mechanics' Inrttituto, Lon\ Moi-ikmIi imulo tin udminthlcKpct'uh, in lilt1 con I'M! i of which he unuto ulliixlnu to thu j 'ubuluuH utory uf Vuicun uitii Vciiuk, iu tlm lulluwins hnjipy niunntT. "Those, of v*Hi wliu Uu\e Uw opportunity of coil' suiting the old le^ujids m\d chbt>ionl mythology,urc uwaro tlmt aniou^ tlm funded doilies with which they peopled tlicir world, oik* more espeeiully wus regarded as the god of labor and of handicraft, Vulcan by name, who was always represented as employed in huge bniithirs and workshops, humniering at heavy anvils. Mowing huge bellow?, heating ¦ furnaces, and be<jrimm<:d with soot and dirt. Well, ladies niid gentlemen, for this hardworking and swarthy-looking divinity they wished to pick our a wiJi?, (loud Jaiighlfir.) And the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

The Mobility of Labor. iit onviLLK or.wr. I t'u luutt'Hul do I tlocm this policy—the ir»« nobility of labor, I moan—that I would dwell on it a moment longer, and in u lurgcr ylewj Why, liif,']}, in tho great n'iiltr.of thingo in labor ^rduiiied for us 1 Easily, had Lt so pleased the (fresit Oif ilnhinr, might i ' t have bcon tllspcn^nl \vi\\\, Tltj* world Itnoli1 niight hnw been i\ miwlity mnehincri1 lor prodin'in^ nil that mnn wunirt, ; 'Iho motion uf tin1 tilobi* upon \u u\U mi^lil huve boi'ii Koini; fbrwunl witbowt man 's iutf,home< might hiivo rict'n liko nn i-whabitioii, " With the uruml riuuini \ Of dulcet symphonios uud voici-a swuuj, Built like a temple }". \ ^niy euus llirniturt: mit;ht have bt-oit pluci'd m tlichi, and sort couches and luxurious banquets spread, by hands iinseon; and man . ciad with I ' abricsi of nature ' n weaving, rather than imperial purplt*, nji^lit havp been sent to disport himself iu ihose Klyskin palaces. ''Fair r-conc !'* I-1 imagine ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

CoEa^rarsipliosi, ; -Astl'.Mn, I'roncli ' .t ' ..- -. Sp itting Blood, P:i:n ' :;, :!.es:i"e.. ; and breast. Sore; Throat, Hoarseness, Palpitation of the Heart. Whoo-.niu Coml'Ii. Ili\e<. N.'rvoiia 1 Tremor-!, Liver f'umplaint, aud Diseased K :d-] neys. are r;ulic-;i!ly cured, by Thompson's Com-¦ pound Svrnp of Tar uud AVood Naptha. I 4 LTHOUGIi the great fatality of Pulumna-ry 1 jT5l_ L)-sea»es, at this lime shows that there ;u;o : particular cases that render still too applicable the designation, aparobia medicorum—the disgrace -<jf p liv-;;e:3ns—1-> this call of diseases; and that there . are stages in their progress, which having once beeij, reach".!, recoverv is doubtful. Still no one should] despair. The writings of physicians, who ha\c given lo these aiTuctiuiis particular aUentioiuabouud "" with many recorded cases of recovery when tlie ' ¦ patient had reached a seeming hopeless stage oi i the disease; aud there is at this time, a reinedv [prepared...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

Finished—A SUetch. I l .7 «w: ' i'}. ^. .ir-nii vie and of very significant un/Kirr. A young uirl who has passed three yeais iu ti j hu.irtfiug -tchouL ^ath^red a sujtcrficbl knowledge cf her own i.mguago and tii*? French' " acquired a profound knr^h-dyo of th'1 art of danciuj?, with n laehioiijiyle knowledge of rrpisic. Ih JsaiJ to be ftiiishe !; th.il i-\ ready for ;i hiiab;tnd. A >tu{. " L':iL wlio has pasted (bur years iu a colluge. iL'drne.d to rob hen roosts, drink ram, smoV<; j cigars, play at games of chance, and spend the Ub-| i:ral idlowmicc- uf a kind parent in every species ; of unworthy excess*—n.akei a common place ; f-potch. r-jceivfbhis diploma, and is finished. That j is. reatly for the d>.-v\\. * ; The prodigal, who wastes at the gaming, table | and in the haunt:- of debauchery, a splendid pajtri I m^iu. ;md \hm blowi* ont liis brains in afitofdeapair, l.- ;iid by thotc jvh-i Unnptod him to his ruin, | to bo fmisht;d. j Jt is fm»hodf evi'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

£ancd&tcv 3ntclUgcnc£r, ¦ I'niLi.iunn Kvr.uv wuaia* .moh.vi.vo, BY E. W ^JHUTTER. OJJlce in " 1'iifan Court,1 ' in the rear t, f ft,,, Market m . //mil/* , ntfjntninff Ontrtj Sqti ' ttre, ¦ •; \] ¦ tkTmki- > . , •"Su nscitiPTipN.—Two itfiitnrH per mi nil mi piivnlilc in iiilvnmji! t two Iwoiitv-five, It' imt mud witlim hix inonlliH; nnil ^ two fifty, it' nut piud v. ' iihin thn yoar. "Nn HiihHcriptlnu (jiHuMM tin tied nniil nil ur'rnnrnRns «ro puid, uult'HS ut tin- npiiun nf the liditor. •ADvr.BTl8F.HP.NTfl.—Acnninpnniml hy the CASH, und hot exceeding one M^ntre, will he nisnru;! ihrff! itimcs ior onu diillar, iind iv. ctity-iivc cl-mls fur mich •additional iiiscrmui. Thusi: i.l" ,\ ^renter lcnjiili - Hn proportion. ¦los PRlSTiNfi.—Sudi as Hnmi tiilh, Vtmtntf: Hu'.'i. Pamphlets, Ukinkn, Labels, &c, kc, executed with accuracy and fit tho. shortest nutier-,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

CXOT11IIVO. Tlie (' nltcd Stutc'K tJoihliiK More. flijrn of ' tlin Mtripcd cum,by iUH'IJK.N* KRHKN*. No. '\o North (^urnn Ntrect, corner of Oitm^c, nitn Kfjiinre frnni the Cnurl IIoumc, V.i\hI Hide, Liuu;:intcr. I'll. - ¦ ... rpuiS nmnni'itii fKiiibllnhiiinnf, now cuntniiiH by J, lltr the lur^cii itiiil eln'[i[)e.Klimn<u'tiiie,utof hwmi'n find Ikivk' well miuli; clothing in th<; cittv(>f i.nnc.UH 1*t, and will pifiilivcl y not hn uiidcriiulit hy uny othnr. 'J'h'i ntock i lie 1 nil ch every dose ri pi inn t>l clotliinq unru at the [irvncMit day. TIki most tUslii(iii:il>]'-. Hi \vc\\ in the ii!O:it phiiii, so thiil all tii'.li'H may I-*: rfiiited, The sul)Kcrihc:r Iteiii^' u pnielical iiiiil cxpfrruMiced t;iilc»r, trivos his entire personal iilKintirm to tlif lui^ini'ss, an<l Jiiih every (. ninneiit iiiiirln under his immeflisitr iiisjiecTion hy i.'h1 l"pst wfirkmen in the State, and an he. biivs fill lii^ fronds in the K:ist(;rn cities ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

Bank o2" fclaestea1 1'oueiy. .Iaxitaky 1:2, IS IS. r 3^!ll ". public are notified that. " the money sJolcn J_ from ' the President of this Bank lias not been recovered, and that the Bank has issued new notes. iliflWiiur from tho old as follows, to wit: The Fives. Tens, and Twenties, have printed, in Re'! ink, on the backs, a combination, lathe work design, with ihe * amount of the notes iu figures,and the words -; New Issue "^ across the middle of the design. ' The Fifties and Hundreds, of former issues, were pi-inteil ' in black ink—the new issues are printed in red ink. The Five Hundreds h;ive I'or tiie. Vignette., three male figures iu ihe front of the picture,one of them sitting on a block of stone—a medallion head, with 500 on it, to ihe right of the vignette. The left end of the.note has a head of Washington, with 500 above ami belcw. The right end lias a full length female figure, representing Ceres standin<r on aVfunre lathe work block, with the figures 500 in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

APVERTIBEMEKTg.- Every man his own Gas Manufacturer, Dt. S. II, A1VOKEUS, "\\r AJl,M, MM KUJliVACK1 «iid: Cooking Jlim«t yy Msuiullmttirrr, No. 82 North Sixth utrtM-t, Plnladelpliiit. Jhiviny purchn«ud from ihu Aniurie.an AhkI({ii(!(!k (if tlie. l*;iti'iit UmniiNtiu :(iim Apjjur iHiui, the Pitfhl.i for thn Hwiw.n of piuuiHylviinid, |)i'l uwnrn titill Mm1 )!uinl, inlni'MiN hix IrimitlH and 'the public, tlmt Inn iri now muly to thnu'^h thtuu with Sni\(;.H iltiod up tor the pnrpoHO, by which every pf-i-Hiii) can iiifiiiufucturc! his own (Jus with but trilliin/ (j^pcuijftti o\er the. outlay, The uouiitruction ol thin apparatus in Hitch tlmt it muy bo attached to Stoves a I read v in unu ; uIno to Cooking Hiui^L'H, Funuifos, Steam Boilers, or iu any (situation whnro liru ur lmlit is required. To nuuiiilLictoriua, hottila, chiirche.s, and public ur private buildings, remote fit'in any j^iiH works, this apparatus will bo found u clicafj rtriti economical incthoti of lighting as wvll ...

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