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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 5 November 1881

1}1 W. A IASUUBPiiblhw)Om'oial 3our~1 pl B T T. 1AORGty I U.% VOL.3.~~: BATO ROGE Li ATTORNEYS. (E0. W. BUBRG IB, Attorney 7 Law, Baton Itouge, .a rompt atten tion v"n to all baptmess entrusted too him. j{H3MAN B. MAGRUDER, SA ttorney and Counellor at Law, No. a4 Camp street,TFew Orleans, La. SC. BIR , ATroamla AT LAW. Will . attend PromptJ to all business intrusted to him. 0mo* on ~onventton street, between Third and Church streets, Baton RooPuge, La. C W. POPE, Atrronar AT LAy and SNotary Public, Port Allen, West Baton Rouge, La. Special attention riven to the col. lection of accounts, taking testony under com* mission, and to all other matters requiring the attention of an Attorney orl Notary In the parish of West Baton Rouge. apri4 vftnlS rPHOI. A. DUPREE, Arrounir I and Connselor at Law. Ofice-No. 0, Pike's Row, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the State and Federal Courts. 1CTRR N & IJCALE, H Arntarn asiOou'tntone AT LAW. Oie1 on North oulevarld street, near the post 6foc...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 5 November 1881

r : q x , ! ·Lj'a malptor. ladston ais abotrt S ritibh Cabih#p, and h. publiok life :'lao, so'tisalstl . Two ersonsa w killud uand twenty , eded tI the refnit riot at Bell Kul aetli, county Mayo, Irelatd. > No epl his yet.bes made by Lord 4a rlfle to Se4retary Blaie's MonerA I A. 011tsa1C l letter. The U S. -iloop Alliance, has returnp to IHalifas, afteran inefeetual search four mofls tot the Jeannette. F#`hf country will-be rajoled to leara C gat Obng Tseo 3$ has been appointed .Libe Minister froem China to the United States. In Thomas County, Georgia, two F, drpnken men had a quarrel. One of 'them, Pippin pulled the other out of lile tjuaggj and out hbs throat. Aobie of bells, tie largest of which hll weigh 8,036 pounds; is tbe placed in the tower of Trinit church, Daven. SPort, Iowa. They are to cost $7,000. Major W. W. Wharton, who figured rospalently In Ibetvflle parish during 'thie era of Eadiballam, has been appotti Sted Clerk of the U. S. District Court in Nerthiern Flori...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 5 November 1881

{fi onsidering ques016 n of 4 f session, the Democrst has po ~II 8 annaidfhl of tht rY ebr s nmeentsa which biset the 8s1 i. ement; and in calhigad ta: the difficulties in the way otf. rlag egisladtve relief, we have disdtlly disfclaimed any desire to oppose the UMeasmre, if is could ble demonstrated that relief was to be had. It seemed quite clear that no laws giving general relief could be passed within the fifteen workiang days de signPated by the eonstitution, oand it (lid not seem wise or necessary to in car the expensa of an extra session in order to save the officers of the gov ernment from a temporary lnconve nience. If it be admitted, that a re venue bill cannot be passed withino the time allotted, owing to the vexa tionsa questions connected with this -abject then it shows that the utmost measure of relief to be expected would be the passage of the appropriation bill, which would benefit the consti tutional officers and providte for the expenses of the General. Assembly, b...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 5 November 1881

4r. 3~ · . nawq in thex bai' e y a ofh1e s11 qr aeis lei0 1s tute trhA beena, er, teo :ted a~d pp A ita s not at thbie be gybowi on o forepinfote . Zo ever, le a $d to y to requiet for,1i topl ae the, as there " e.. meroueso o persons interested rthoe"b eql ll h in ,the dark. r A erct No. 2 ofN 1880 Iakes legisla :rhe reant conestitutional warrants `a rence warrants, and the Supreme tiost of the State, in the case of Collins evs. rhe Treasurer reported in th d Apbae also tdel ares them a 4o be entitled to referncen The Treasurer of the State wdTd Sbeelhtd to pa all warrant hold arerin fall, or to place them all upon Aesame footing, but he is prevented an s only bh a scarcity ' of unds, bit Sy the law, which he neither made oatio interprets.--N. 0. Democrat. The above is State Treasurer Burke's answer to our inquiry as to Sthe relation held by the Capitol warr ,ante towards the pro-rata distribu tionst of cash from the State Treasury. Itebehbits a delightful condition of f State fina...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 5 November 1881

E:. CX EAT' RRS. Beed's Gilt Edge Tonic cite and Fever. ALL SAurre DAY.-The memorial ser vices and ceremonies of this day, owing to the presence of the Archbishop who will administer the Sacrament of Con 'frmition, have been postponed till next Sunday. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound doubtless ranks first asa curative agentan all diseases of, the* procreative system, degeneration of the kidneys, ir ritation of the bladder, urblhary calculi, etc., etc. Send to Mrs. Lydia E. Pink ham, 233 Western Avenue, Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets. )dATIH or MRS. PoP:.--On last Sun day,'the remains of Mrs. Leodocia R. Pope, wife of N. W. Pope, Esq., of Wyest Baton Rouge, were consigned to their last resting place.. She was noted for her many noble qualities and highly es teemed by a large circle of friends and relatives, who will long; mourn her loss* Mr. H. B. Samuels, called to see as this morning. Hie is one ot the most energetic planters of the Fourth ward. He reports a favorable condition ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 5 November 1881

test .hah$iu Om he . `Y li`d s eh i m as a ianwa fi S rt.i ofal usndsbeeado ar he o l sof tible awnial. 'But it ito impdoes l htieOo jutfoeto a great man in a $_t ouq-ot lines. Thbe-tatb is that it ti ir eftGsalba i l's head that is smal but hbarst that is soIlarge. The jiorl ti tn ,him b riredwited t dIatel L. ion.ee throngi ' slife liiA i tltf $, h e of his tin s rong, 'be lost the power o die. pelJlpalto l questioniiwitb calmness ebet tbati y be blolag for failing t ethat Ausria was a ptical neeos- t i r; trtbhat ever treaties which 1-E ba foreign yoke upon Italy repre . ofet , Intiternational engagements of S most solema kinod; and, could not Solng into the lire at a moment's no- I without imperilling higher thanc ustrInoal interests. His trade hase been ·to egbt, not to oriticise-to do, bt tto ? di think. 1t was Masimni who "lade the conqueror go forth. 1"Aid launched that thunderbolt of war." kon Biotly, Naples and Rome. The one thougbtout the idea of united Italy; 'theother w...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 5 November 1881

LOCAL MATTES 5nesdaa's dionL; Reed's Gilt Edge Tonie crus (iWlls }and Fever, The city tresasry will b hinted to the amount of eighty five dollars from laes imposed by the May#jryesterday. Messrs. E A. Burke, State Treasurer, asd W. A. Strong, Secretary of State, here In attendance at the recent mcet ing of the Capitol Comnisssionaer. An invigorating norther arose last sight, and swept away the cleads. that had given several abundant shower The weather to day, cool and bracing as it is, is jdst the kind that our sugar planters need at this moment. "E. 0. M.,"n in the N. O. States, wants "the washing of a few gentilemen or a asmail family to take home." The small familios roundabout Baton Rouge can't well be spared; but some of the gentle men-don't all speak at once! We were pleasetd, on Wednesday, to receive a call from our old townsmran, Mr. R. W. Knickerbocker, who now re sides in New Orleans. Mr. K. is in at teddance upon the District Court. We are indebted to Mr. L. W. Con erly, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 5 November 1881

, '`!;4iai ws~# compd " ;la ide by side and you 1 themepath.. .'b me ebw -t + i se is eaples," nad, the _d l hM aI ris b Boafe and got out a' Ho` rnet."distmoonds" of about I S eat r:. S hts 'o Handing Tshe j) = 't d4 h pair, of -tweestis he *him rto xmjslue the atones ] T. e Tbrsportr piek. I one o'thbI gems !as ea gly as I it before the optics. It spairkled ' illantly, was out perfectly, and ..anybody but an expert would sup Spose it to be a genuine diamond. The reporter was tempted to slip the stone >4 his sleeve, auntil he asked the pice oftit, when getting the reply, 'Onedollar,"'he dropped it as though Swas poisonod., "Here are some tIirty beautiful specimens," remarked i the merchant as' he unfolded another paper and laid before the scribe a half dozen stones about the size of a door-knob. 'tThese are worn princi- t paIly by gamblers on account of their extiaordinary sisd. "They come a great deal higher } than those others I have shown you. I eel these at $2.50 aplece, or ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 November 1881

14( 7.. .7 ! i -/' ~ : ! ý r ,. Vik.3. B -. e: ' "WD Wr I . Eý''TL p1; F!ý',F ,,. Ya' trMl4 a~ M3AG1RUDE, .to. gaetorne alnd 0asJnr a tw LN,o. 6 Casp streets ,ew Orles, La. _. B Rd A06_I a, alir ,.. Wll. '.W* POPE, Aboan AT LAW and * Notary Port Allen, West Baton Rou e, La. Lion Ten to the col" 'letýion of under comn mal"mon, and to tter requiring the Lttion of an r XNotary in the parish of West Btonpr v2n13 HOf . B.REE 1- Avroa and Con t. O ie--No. i, Pike's , Baton O Will practice in the State and >C1QORO & BEALE, AfTl"a tf$!as ~OmUNeLOSH ATLAW. Ofce .o Norb lholevar street, near the post office, .Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law busti ness entrusted to them in this and adjoining 'parishes. A. 8. Herron.................. L. D. Beale. F AVROT & LA*ON. Arton NIYS AT LAW. Oflee on 'orth Bonlevard street, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law Lmsinesa entrusted to them in this and ad. Joininl parisbehe. If. M. PaFrot ..........J. H. Lamon. E, W. & . M. R...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 November 1881

A. 7 4'ay t.,y 17^i4ý " ý ; :yhoding as extra ieseIon .wOrlea~ns or any place ..Otter eis e at Af vernment, we pub. tie Articles of the Con Tbeaifig on the subject; the Zillisb of which certainly sere + iA Bj e s thke seat hof t, where 'all sessions, regn etra'i shall be held, with tie pton fr the first session of the oneral Assembly, which was con he4 at New Orleans, as designated Arn eAticle 263: Art. 72. He shall take care that laws be faithfall executed, and i~y, on extraord nary occasions, nvene the General Aqsembly at the fgovernmemet, or, if that should e become dangerous from an ene any or from an pndemic, at a differ et place. The d power to legislate albe limited to the objects enu- 1 ie. sdi od.speciadlly in the proclamation pveing sucah an extraordinary ,son; " th5er.in the Governor shall A di te time ends session may 'onetlnne; provided, it shall not ex qed twenty days. Any legislative tie~s had mfter the time so limited, r as to othor objects than those ena ad in said ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 November 1881

'LOCAL MA:'TERS ýnesda 's ed tioun Beed's Gilt Edge Toni.Regls the See advertisement of ' i nurse wanted,' in another column. All Saints Day ceremqnies, owing to the inclement weather, have been de ferred till next Sunday; when, 4f the the weather permitthel will take place Clinton Patriot De mcrat: Messrs. Pipes & Lyons, owners of the Clinton & Port Hudson Railroad, have rebuilt at an heavy outlay, the bridge over4the Co mite. It is not the beat railroad bridge that has ever spanned that stream. Coushatta Citizen : Mrs. Pearce, wife of Professor Pearce, Principal of C. M. & F. Institute, arrived here per steamer Behan last Monday. Wo welcome her to our thriving little city, and trust she will find pleasure and contentment among our clever populace. AMONG THE FRATERNITY.-Our con frere of the Washington Argus, regis tered himself a respectable man on the 3d inst., by marrying Miss Annie B.. Chenier, of that town. "May they live long and prosper," is what we have to say ab...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 8 November 1881

If e L .o ,; ,M o w s , a t h e r a 'I te(Philad plId T1meI,thaeOrlaP I always etpagsd to hkep te dibr members of tbSonaparte family ema  broiled. ,Their chief effort weU to kep the Empress embitteed against Ploa-Plos and Plon Plea apgea hea It isonlyfair to admit that the erlean Irt never made any mlstake about; 1lapoleon III and his coustn Plon Plea. ttonly ir to admit that the: .rlesanat anever made any mistake aboat5Bipoleon III and his cowsun Ploa.-Pit. He always rated as the meore b t of the two men. His 1 speech nu the senate proved this l l:ng aftetb Orleanists had given it i as their oIton. It was to keep the empire `having the hearty sup port of atlin so strong that every means waq taken to sow dissentions between .tl E mpress and her has band's kiiapmu, Between the En press Eugenic and Plon- Plon there has always been a mortal hatred. Al most from theFst the prince strove to alienate the Emperor's affections from the Irlly Spaniard, But her rigid virtue, Jer matchless ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 10 November 1881

·--~ tue I~~a B~L JAruwx.Etc O .O i ý~ iki ý a~ }' r.'']BIO:: ~r ATTORNEYS. rlEo. W. BURQG3SS Attorney a w, Baton Rouge, La Propt a ties ien to allb sanss entrtted 'to his. HEMA 9 B. MAGORDEIR Attorney and Counsellor as Law, No. 54 Camp street, New Orleans, Ls. C D C. BIR) ATToMN AT LAW. Will Satte d promp to all business intrtald to him. as le onvtention street, bewaes Third ad Cha atete, lston Bong, 15 C W . PO IC, AtrornrY ArT LAW and Sotary Public, Port Allen, West Baton Ro Lr Special attention iven to the col. leton of account, taking tetimony under com mlisaionand tosl other matters requiring the attention of an Attpaey or Notary in the parish of West Baton l0. ap4 v2 nl3 THOl. B. DURREE, ArrToRnr Sand Counselor at Law. Offie-No. 6, Pike's Rew, Baton Boole, La. Will practice In the State and FederadConrts. HBRRON 3 3HALE, Arrouawtfland Coniserton5sAT LAW. Olfice on Norbth Boulevard street, near the post office, Baston onug, La. Will attendl to all law boul. nes entrusted to th...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 10 November 1881

L.,.. . WP 'BATON ROUGE, NOVEMBER 10, 181. The grand jury of New Orleans recom mends the licensing of houses of pros i titution. Lieut. Commander C. H. Wright, is teported to ve ied of yellow fever at Key West, the i5th inet. Farming as a professeeion* will rank high or low, acqording to the brain dore employed therein. Ex*Govornor Scott, of South Carolina, hsi bee. acquitted of the murder of1 young Drury, at Napoleon, Ohio. Charles Ward, a one-legged negro, who assaulte(a German girl, at Gal reston, has been sentenced to behanged, "Aix Girls" is the title of the latest -ovel. Itis expected that a sequel en litled "Our Broken Gate" will be issued Soon. Maggie Brown, a youlg woman, who f had been betrayed by her lover, com- 1 mittedl suicide at Dallas, Texas, re cently. Gen. G. M. Dodge said recently that hew Orleans wodld have all rail com " -municationeith San Francisco by the I first of January. Thirty Pullman oar conductors were fred out of their places on the 6th inst., "the Lor...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 10 November 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. usdatf' g'sd Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic Regnk the Bowel.? _____ <i1 We are indebted to Mr. Seidenbaeh for a copy of the Weekly British Colo alt, published at Victoria, British Co lumbia. The new steamer, City of Baton Rouge, is aground, near Jeffersonville, where she will have to remain until a further rise occurs in the Ohio. MLssIoxNAY REUNION.--There will be a meeting of the Woman's Missionary Bociety, at the Methodist Church, on Friday, Itov. 11th, 1881, at 7 o'clock. Mr. Johnson Magruder will deliver an addrees. Good'ninslo. No adanittanee. No collection. Prof. Lippard, the favorite tieacher of the Terpsichorean Art, is once more in the city, making preparations to organ ie dancing classes. With this view, an elegant Hall, to be called Boccacio Hall, is being fitted up at the corner of Laurel and Lafayette streets. It is hardly no eessary for us to recommend the accom plished Professor to our citizens, by whom he is so well known that he re quires no praises at ou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 10 November 1881

1k.e Two >t00 2 or CoerierJournal.SS Since the first day of Janonary,1iS1, te the famous Howards,of Jeffersonville, and a have had in their constant employ a taste spall army of men engaged in build- tifol i1 ing steamboats and other fodting they a craft, and to give the public an idea chitec of the amountof work they have ac- builde complished it is only necessary to ly fee state that since that time they have The built at their yards the steamers W. ers an B. Duncano, Ella, Et P. Ewald, City Hal of Vicksbnrg and L.,P. Droulllard; boats, also a landing dock for the Ferry Mat Company and two barges for the & Co Henderson Packet company. They Ma have now on the stocks and under wald way three crane boats ready for Bo launching, a twelve car railroad Orles transfer barge, a Cumberland river Boi stejer and another large, fine An- chell, ober-line boat, to be a duplicate of She the already famous steamer City of Ro Vicasburg, and to be called City of Cal Cairo, and whigi will be ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 November 1881

1. 1. j ian ' '·· L_ __ __·· SAýT.AI t)UtY, Offiol&2.011 ý 3~I~ s :ý VOL.83. BATO _ ATTOWEYS -ýIO. W. BUVGE S, A t¶e7 t Law, Baten Roui, l 4 ropm att. igiven to al bsines entr ato him. tln~MAn#. s. 32A IL haoey aul Cnaoloo.r it LawN 54. C -C. ATre T ?T LAw. Will SandProp o bJuswors inr ated to.hi Oil on LAWWllatien areFet, o betwen Third an Church streets, to Rouge, L - C W. POPE, ATro unAT LAw and SN y rt Al, West Baton Bouge, La. speial tattention given to the col. leeo ofacognta, taking tetInony under comr tulalon, atd all other mattersr requiring the attentlon of an Attorney or N in the pariah of West Baton Rouge, a vnl3 ,ITHOS. B. DUPRE Arroau r I1 and Counselor at Law. Oee No. 6, Pike'. RAw. Baton R.o La. Will practice in the e"ý ýi'odB 1ael do r. i TERRON & BICALE, 11 Arroirmts and CouseISLOsIAT LAw. 0ooe on North Boulevard street, near Fhe post office, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law bunt. ness entrusted to them In this and adjoining parishes. A, 8 Herronr.....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 November 1881

r tf EO ROUGEN8i, VEMBEB $ a The grand jury of New Orleansreeper mends the licensing of houses of pire- In titution. th Lienut. Commandor C. H. Wright, . is W4 seported to have died'of yellow fever at m Key West, ontha 5th inst. . Farming as a profession .will rank high or low, according to the brain force employed therein. _ _ _mi Ex-Governor Scott, of South Carolina, co has been acquitted of tie murder of it young Drury, at Napoleon, Ohio. Charles Ward, a one-legged negro, gi' who assaulted a German girl, at Gal- ho weston, has been sentenced to be hanged, wl "Six Girls' is the title of the latest novel. It is expected that a sequel en Sitled "Our Broken Gate" will be issued soon. Ssi( Maggie Brown, a young woman, who fir had been betrayed by her lover, com- he S-itted suicide' at Dallas, Texas, re cently. Gen. G. M. Dodge said recently that he New Orleans would have all rail corm- d munication with San Francisco by the g irst of January. of Thirty Pullman car conductors were i.ae...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 November 1881

wow edlesse saat aJtf Since the first day of Jane y,1i, the famous Howardsof Jeif? Dlls 1 have had in their constant ap $ ,5 inall army of men engaged build.. inag steamboats and other, tingl Opt, and to give the public ; ldea Sthe amount of work thy have sae camplished it is only,. to state that minee that time tl ey have built at their yards the t ers W. B. Duncan, Ella, E. P. Ew ld, City of Vicksburg and L. P. D nillard; 1 also a landing dock for tse Ferry Company and two barse4 for the Henderson Packet comlny. They have now on the stocks a4d under way three crane boats ready for launching, a twelve car railroad transfer barge, a Cumberland river steamer and another large, fine An chor-line boat, to be a da licate of the already famous steamef City of Vicksburg, and to be callel City of Cairo, and which will be fl ished be- 1 fore the first day of niext J nuary. In addition to the above, they have 1 just completed for the St. Louis and New Orleans Anchor Line two of the largest, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 November 1881

ETONi ROUGE, NoVE ·,te #5333 16 THE CAPITAL?. can ]e'grave injury is inflicted tdi go the State, by holding an extra sessionla at New Orleans or any place other ern than the seat of government, we pub- ext lish the several Articles of the Con stitnaion bearing on the subject; the c . plain Englislhof which certainly says £at Baton Rouge is the seat of go- the mrnment, where all sessions, regular apd extra, shall be held, with the exception of the first session of .the for General Assembly, which was con vened at New Orleans, as designated in Article 263: Art. 72. He shall take care that wil the laws be faithfully executed, and he may, on extraordinary occasions, convene the General Assembly at the sos seat of government, or, if that should j have become dangerous from an ene- nal my or from an epidemic, at a differ ent place. The power to `legislate the shall be limited to the objects enu- tiv merated specially in theproclamittion convening such an extraordinary session; therein ...

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