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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 November 1881

LOCEIAL MATTERS. Reed's (lilt Edge Tonio gulates tbshe Bswels. See advertisement of 'a norse wunted,' in another column. All Saintis Day ceremonies, owing to a the inclement weather, have been fie ftrred till next Sunday, when, if the the weather permits,they will take plosey Clinton Patriot Doemocrat: MessL Pipes & Lyons, owners of the Clintop & Port Hudson Railroad, have rebuilt at an heavy outlay, the bridge 9rer the Co. mite. It is not the best railroad bridge that has ever spanned that strenm. Conshatta Citizen : Mrs. Pearce, wife ~ of Professor Pearce, Principal of C. M. a & F. Institute, arrived here iper steamer id Behan last Moniday. We ~a,lcome her to our thriving little city, and trust she ti will find pleastur and dointentmiont t among our clever ipopulace. AMONG Tirlt FRAT3MNITr'--Our con frere of the Washington Alrgils, regis- 1, tered himself a respeetabile man on the 3d lost., by marrying Mist Annie Ii. Chetlier, of that town. "M'4y they live long and pro...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 November 1881

8 did i nt remain `ong Montf:e. teeralt pvateers weren at tbais timeit-. '* iag out at the island, the aspauio t one of bhioh wp ofetred orSte a o a eeeptsd. She wps a beatital, M-Ans.I esd lug vmsql, and Latte spared no pates Th to mk'her the.pride of the res. Thas clui equipped, he attacked indlsarlmimatell By tie weaker vessels of every nation, and nses though he aoaumulated vast, ums of reoel4 gold and silver, and enriobed his crew, mitts these suma were as abop squandered in Stae pofligaoy and liberality;' and his de- Darv sesisenrewling with ueses, he resolved, mitts without hesitation, to embark in the it wa slavestiade. When at the Seychelles litt tkingin a cargo or these miserable vie- with time bound for the Mauritius, he was and obhased by an English man-of-war as far mitts as the equator; and not having sitolent On provisions to carry him to the Frenoh the oolopy, with that energy, boldness and The eosion for which he was remarkable, mitta he immediately put the helm ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 November 1881

,.LOCAL MATTES, . iarsdang's 434ttnio1 Beed's (llt 1Ldage Tonto ~q ats the Bowels. .... i We are indebted to Mi. 8Steaenbash fora copy of the Weekly !British Colb. lnut, publbhed at Victoria, British O..m The new steamer, Cilty ofBatton RBege, is aground, near JeffersOtmville, where she will have to remal t until a firther lee ocecurs in the Ohio. MItsaoKAny Rzuxxox.-There will be s meeting of the Woman' Missionary I Society, at the Methodistý Church, on i Friday, Nov. 11th, 181), at 7 o'clock. I Mr. Johnson Magruder wll deliver an r address. Good music. N$ admittance. I No collection. I Prof. IAipard, the favotlite teacher of the Terpotchorean Art, is rnce more In the city, making preparations to organ ize dancing classes. With this view, an J elegant Hall, to be called iloceacio Hall, is being fitted up at the corner of Laurel and Lafayette streets. It is hardly ne- J eseuary for us to recou menl the accom plished Professor td our citizens, by whom he is so well knowni that he re ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 12 November 1881

S d . _>,en a,' Skeep a: ii pre tos embitteretd i l ndmPlon Ploea gSlf h x It isdalytair to admit that the sth ad ists veer made ansumistake about 't1b Napoleon III and his consih PlooD min Plon. Itisoply fair to admitthat the aat aileanistonever' made any m isase tot about Napoleon III and his couasin F3Plon-Ple. He always rated as the . "me brilliant of the two men. His be speeches Jil the senate proved this Of Song alter the Ofleanists had given it the asdtheir opinfon. It was to keep the we empire from having the hearty asp- the o mt of a man so strong that every '. means was taken to sow dissentions between the Empress and her hus- m band's kinsman. Between the Em. Spress Engenie and Plon-Plon there has alwhys been a mortal hatred. Al I moes from the first the prince strove nes : to alienate the' Emperor's. affections oft from the lovely Spanilard. But her csp rigid virtue, her matchless cleverness. Glv her boundless dominion over her bus- gq 6and, made this next to impossib...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 November 1881

4-.V W. A. LSý. IlI h 17 L: J A S T B E M R ICs, tow . 5o k. O46f 4 f VO.8 BAT ·OUG0 rGEO. W. BURG , Attorney Sat Law, Baton Rouge, La pt atten. tion given to all baUias  _ _o___ HEMAN B. B.ER. Attorney and Co Law, 3. 5 Camp stry p .N leasnu CCth . sr a E . Wl * º!t ' tteO to  llt i -ntrdted to him. ffie on" oavention se t between Third and Chre t. Baton, Rouge, La C."oa P b OAT LAW and . Notary Ptb Allei, IWest Baton Rouet, s La. etothe col letion of accoun testJ y under com. mission, and to all t ,-t requirng the attention of an A e 2otar in the parish of West Baton apr 4 vgnl3 'rj1HO. B'DUPE E ATrOInun I and Couatole at R4,. O -No. 6, Pike's ,, Row, Bate ~ La. Will p atice in the HERRON & BEALE, ArroB n se and CouNsseons AT LAw. Ofee on North Boulevard street, near the post office, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law busi. ness entrusted to them in this and adjoining parishes. A. 5. Herron..................L.D. Beale. F AVROT & LAMON. ATTOR ars AT LAW. Office on...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 November 1881

^a z ý.:v+K.. ti -:4ýt1rFia'ýk2YCs:4'7f-ýx; r ý . "- eE: O t.sthat-the mule, with his ,ibi .the outside df skin entirely !" - g been told that a reptlilefri*ii thalt reeps, on being oitd the 9a*'PW P propg replied "A baby.'1 A gl-eU 1a las elrdsr has ben IV wed, loouo tosoeo kid, of a. reform whito a sembleneo of local self.gov. ment yillbe organised in the proey 'iie dispatohes say that the Liea So t.GOovernor of Cuba, while riding was red at and mined. He myi' w~ been`ired at but nobody ever mtli. ' Lieuntenant Governor.--Texbe Sift r. "r. Boatman," said a timid woman t-othe ferryman who was rowing her srvres a river, "are people over lost in Sthis river" "Oh, no,. ma'am," he re plied,"we always find 'em again within a day or so." M.An awkward waiter, handing a plate .o a gentleman, spilled some of the gra. 7 upon his clothes, and immediately ed out: "Take care, sir!" "Why, you ;thModal" exolaimed the gentleman, who Iaught hel had suffered enouugh from o fellow's eglligeneo, "are...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 November 1881

SOCAL MATTE S Beed's (it Edge Tonic Rega the Bowels. sambelta iblavilffisome tr uble or gantming a Cabinet. Mr. Nathan Bryan, tis frt a) 'and brave pM es officer, has been a "pointed PSarsh Jailor, by Sheriff Bate. Mr. J. Conboazo will our thanki for 'a lbnaoh df a s, yams, of his oirn raising, which ban't well be beat. The That hteat o f ti oucordl i Eagle publish ti the olhas he Mis eissippi Valley Railroad Udtpany,whose terminus= IM4t f4bs at the end 6Of (1e branch of tie , O. Phlfio 'Railroad, At or near Baton Rouge. .We have beewreqeb td to state that the meeting of the Missl6nary iociety of the Methodist Church, which *as post poned on the 11th inst., owing to bad weAther, will take place on thursday night, 17th inst. * A Hop-Let it be remembere by the amateurs of the dance that o Friday evening next a grand hop wil be given at Pike's Hall, by the Co federate Memorial Association. The atr air pro mises to be one of the finest olt the sea son, and the attendance will Idonbtles...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 November 1881

About the year 185 there appear 2 Ie n the mu ical circles of the West Sseo whibch for twelve years bh14 ~ ran rarely attained by popular me16 e; . Thenuso bad a peeuliar chin Si ord were singularly ton~ing, ae their: length, extending to eight Tong rera isuggested to the reader a t bai of them. In fact, the ex pp# p sotthe wordscontributed as * 1i .r ih; ps, as the muslc togtve the composition its wonderful success. S0; ug Meverywhere, in parlorr, .imn oobltso, on the street and in the Ecamps of the contenditi armies. '4n the Wothern army it was iqumelesly :popular, and it found its w.y $odb through Louisville and Cininanati; ai: d during the rebellion it was the Sonly piece sung in Southern homes, . and excepting martial airs, about the ok ely one sung in the Confederate 4mp. Everywhere was "Lorena."  A steamer on the Ohio was named ' Lorena, engines on Western roads were called Lorena, and a person now sometimes meets in society young la diies named Lorena, called that by wk...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 November 1881

VO.3 I BAO'L t'' f a 3 ry Iý I··-:j. I . ... 1 -y S-O. W. smk in Ateusne L as Lwo, Bates Roue, La pt atten. ties given to al bustnees entruste to him. .e atmp l e O ilS C. W. PO Aoastor Law and * Notary Allen, West Baton rion, sl to to the l Lcnfg tt nnder oom* attention of s A p Not thoprsh .*f West Baton as U3 Roaw, Bate Wil prtrice in the State and k j » B 'ALE, lLf tV d ~oNsaEsLOSe A' LAw. Office on N'lcb* llard street, near tb post office, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to a law busi ness entrusted to them in this  a4doining parishes. A. 8. Herron ..... ....... .D. Beale. F AVROT & LAMC N. Arron F sTS AT LAW. Office on Nor i Boulevard street, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law businese entrusted to them in this and ad. joailng parishes. H. M. Favrot...........J.IH. Lamon. E W. B&S. M. ROBE TSON, i Attorneys and Counselors a Law. Office on North Boulevard street, Bato Rouge, La. Wilipractice In the Seventeenth ard Efighteenth Judicial Districts. E. W. Robertson... ....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 November 1881

Gn NOVEMBR 17, 1$8 STHE CAPITOL. In an editorial headed as above, a.r esteemed contemporary, the N. 0.,States, argues in support of Gov teior 3McEnery's action in convening ithe extra session at New Orleans, ba singits opinion poin the Governor's * disinterestedness gud legal acumen. The States, in addition, lays much qiztres uipon the fact that it is of little  ematerial interest to Baton Rouge that the extra sesesion is not held itsere, and expresses the hope that m;r citizens will not dispute the loy ylty of its acts, before the courts. Y- In reply, we would say to our :*fends of the States, that we have Iniet relied solely upon our interpre  aaation of the letter of the constitu tion, regarding the matter at issue, but have been strengthened therein by'the opinions of attorneys of rec Segnized force and ability. ` So far as the matter of expense to be incurred by the State, at New Orleans or Baton Rouge, there can be no other difference, than the pos a' sible cost of renting...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 November 1881

ReeI's Gilt Edge on1Q II Bowels. tonicYtAt,. Masyor's Court MotrAY, November {{4th 1l,1. John Barnes, (c). Disot lerly cou dct--case eontipUed. (Bien Poirler, Jr, (*y. DisaeDerly ecoodntt-fined 1fie dollars -three days in jail. TVsOnAY, Nov. I tb,W 1l. ibUke Wnltd, John Tbhot a, William Bates, George ticks, (0i J), charged with disturbing a religious ~sseonblage. The Mayft 4sttld tA 1isuchba he, partlae A itf ibmbers ofd ie s iety, and! that their condnct proper dhi not ex teod4 rtbr thr tp violate Its rules of ordert psd deooVan4tha*gh a couninotion was eaused in the neighbý rhood, the charge will be dismissed watil the advice that the society, in the futurº. see to the preservatite of proper order during its deliberations, else the antho ities munst hold the society responsible is a bady, nuder the ordinance which prohibits as senblages of dliorderly porsoeos. WaInetItAu's, November lIth 18m1. Alex. Ilradley, (c.) distur f ng in te ligious assemblage, lined ten dollars or seven...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 November 1881

p,`ti Pie.': ý ...;yam ""Yi tieb. tfm e Il sustite te fora: §. ngenityf the burglar in keep `'dark eykttadg that would ten to t oh !oneot hi R e curred at thea cwmps aia few days ago, when one of thelt "dross yq CWas. brougbt Ina r ii re h wa d aiter thes tasuryient lkof WI `ce ,ookatthe, nane h wfsi Gmerl , o l Sad to wItoni lin been given the sob irlquet of "Li1p Leg." He acquired Sbisi dtltn ftom the fet tbar when at one tie p ha was engaged in a legitia dt bnu hef wassh a victim it ead i gmlway cl east, and his injuries ar aecassitates amputation at the knee. H aechanist furniasbed a substitute for nE Sfoot and calf.and he statoed out to Pn boa gambler. The indemnity that w ie obtained from the railroad compa- at .y was deposited in the treasury of ea Dame "Chance,"and he was compell- tb ed to do something for a living. His at crippled limb hindered him seriouslym at asd as for doing hard work ot getting di down to the honest and honorable oc- st capation of a laborer, he had no...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 November 1881

L.. JA STAPMRI rOL a ATON 0 y YF tf:nAb?.ta. ) f.1F { -t r' . ' : r;; ~·v4 .r~r wwwrw~c w .+w wFI71ty lA~r r.ý .+wt+e. .ý-...o......++......".ý ... Third Curch streets Eaten La. W t C. PeIemPmt, Ct syg Lw and alon dto al t other maltots rqm_na the atteiti of an Attrney or N the prish of West 0t 4 p atSw r 'HOS. H. DUPREE, A Lroanam 1 and Counselor at Law. Office-No. 6, Pike's Row s~boU urt 0L,.. Will practice in the Statend aned e  . HERRON & BEALE, ATlrooss tad Covastoss At LAW. Ofie on North Boalufrrd street near the post oifle, Baton RBaoe, ea. Will attend to all law bust nsees entru.ted to them in this and adjoining parishes. A. S. ferr.... .............. L.D. Beale. F. AVROT & LAMON. ALron .In AT LAW. Offie on North Boulevard street, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law business entrusted to them in this and ad. joinina parishes. H. M. Favrot................. . H. Lamon. E W. &. M.ROBERTSON, * Attorj an d Counselorsa, Law. OOfo o North Boulvard street, Baton...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 November 1881

m fl owMaiE 19,iovM R 19, li The Inadustrial League wants a redos *on of internal revenue taes': ' The Canadian authorities are trying ma oe prevent the comig prize fight. the -· the T 1'residet is writing 1 own me sage, and allowsi no one to takie a look b $127,836, have thus far been sent to i leland, by the laud leaguers of the not Uý ýnifted dSates. tat tor having rested paymernt oftaxes ti 7 aruce Milan has suspended Archbishop bui Michael, of Servi. by :Dr. Bliss vehemently denies the state- ogi lat made by certain surgeons, that , Preeident Garfield diedfrom malpractice. `tgo : Or] The town of Fairburn, Ga., was al :inost totally destroyed by fire on the be 15th inst. It is believed to be the work sib of an incendiary. Ba T' rm. o He The foreman of the jury of Lincoln He jarish, is an anti-whisky man. War tpe gpainst "the crittur" is about to be de- I Alared in Lincoln. on BSe !. The people of Baton Rouge will be de- thi lighted to hear that Talot Pasha, has ' been made the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 November 1881

Alpde that as q t to asmall ircle of, ,tors the same time ingenniy of the b dark or thi a " ` convi lit jail a few e one "eroos raders was br ght in for board. The charae ts ftrbtltaed the amusement was a well-known iW crook by the name of like Govern, ad to whobM lie betA vi tbeob rdquts of ," p * He aciqred this title frtom the 6A t hu when at one time he was engaged in a legiti mate oceeupation he was a vietim in a ie railway accident, and his injuries Io necesitated ailputationi at the knee. Meofehamtnarnished a sabatit I a foot ad -alf, and he started bt'to Pa be a gambler, The indemnity that w he obtained from tge railroad compa- a. ny was deposited in tlhe treasury of Cel Dame "Chanee,"and he iwas compell- ti ed to do something for a living. His si crippled limb hindered 1 im serigusly, a and as for doing hard wi rk or getting di down to the hbpest and sionorable oc- st cupation of a laborer, he had no U thought of such a thi g. -It was h easier to steal than to l~bor, and hi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 November 1881

_. ý i~ y ýý _ ý _ i . ýý· .. S ý s; 1 t f ýý`tiS ,,,yý~ Paettck on athe flor; "trhak ao 4bt auitltesl tbat-tae maule with his ribs onhbe untilde of skit entirely " A boy in one of oar public .shoeols in nl tg :ptold I reptiy piiaa of taaimeaone, proaibly replied "A baby." A Itauslan iperiat order has been ies oI aed, looking to some kind of a reform PI Swhich a semblanae ofIoeal self-gov-. 1 eaatdb will be orpgised ti the prov at inaees la The dispatghes say that the Lieu ietantGovernor of'Cuba, while riding 13 -twas fired at and missed. He may :ave been Aired at but nobody ever miss. asaa Lieutenant Governor.-Texas Sift tugs. "Mr. Boatman,"said a timid woman tothe ferryman who was rowing her abroes a river, "are people over lost in m ,thiis river?" "Oh, no, ma'am," he re- hi plied, "we always find 'em again within 4 a iay or so." a An awkward waiter, handing a plate i -o a gentleman, spilled some of the gra.- d --vy upon his clothes, and immediately n oried out: "Take care, sir !...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 November 1881

LOCAL MATTE RS. Suedag's 414116 . eed's Gilt Edge Tonic Reg 4the Bowels. Gambettals having some tjrub1 ganizing a Cabinet. Mr. Nathan Bryan, the faithful Atd brave police officer, has been pipointed Parish Jailor, by Bheriff Bates Mr. J. Combonzosou will ples aecdit ourhtbhank fort a buih bf maminsd yams, of his own raising, w ich ca't well be beat. The last number of the Concordia Eagle publishes the charter ofi the Mis sissippi Valley Railroad Comp~ny,whose terminus is to be at the e d of the branod' h ht N. 0. Pacific R:ilroad, at or near Baton Ronge. We have been requested to Latte that the meeting of the Missionary soeiety at the Methodist Church, which 'as post poned on the 11th inst., owini to bad weather, will take place on 1hursday night, 17th inst. A Hot--Let it be rememnberefl by the amateurs of the dance that on Friday evening next a grand hop wil be given at Pike's Hall, by the C nfederate Memorial Association. The tfair pro mises to be one of the finest o the sea son, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 November 1881

''iush, of this ofii, %e snPicayune is .abl y 'o give, PA ctiooeted by the anther, on souothem pi ets -ode, which was set to9 mti sly Misentlal and sung by a ebbh rue at the Yorktownoelebratiotlj~ 'I. Bark. hark! down the century's long-rea~ a sltpe, B To thoe tranaport of triumph, those raptures a of hope, h Thervoices of main andbf mountain combited, In glad-rsonanceborne on the wings ofthewind,, The base of the drum and the trumpet that thrills Thro' the multiplied echoes of jubilant hills. L And mark! how the years melting upward like t .mist Which the breath of some splendid enchantment has kissed, _.veal on th ocean, reveal on the shbore Theproud pageant of conquest that graced them t of yore, e Where, blended forever in love as in fnme, 'See ! the standard which stole from the starlight its flame, And, type of all chivalry, glory, romance, The lilies, the luminous lilies of France. II d 0 stubborn the strife ere the conflict was won; And the wild whirling, war.wrack half stil...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 November 1881

S tsoa, 'sov. 1OIth, 181. with disturbing a religions assemblage. The rA 4eIlatd tbht |nasnckh.as the Sparlith a bitniers lt iet ,nd that their conduct proper did not ex tend fiYprthe.r ln to violate its rules of oMer ecocn tY W1 o aq motion was caused in tihe neig ib0irhood, the charge will be dismissed witl the advice that the society, in the futur4, see to the preservation of proper order during its deliberations, else the authorities must hold the society ieeponsible es, a body, under the ordinance which prohibits as- 1 semblages of dispr4erly perso re. WEDNESDAY, November l1th 1881.. Alex. Bradley, (c.) distur ing in xe ligious assenmblage. Fined eu dbllars or seven days in jail. THURSDAY, November 4th 18 1. Wm. O. Ramos, (w.) viol ting gam bling ordinance The chards was die missed. I LEON JASTREM8K , Mayor. I Another Bailroad for Bat on Rouge. The N. 0, Picayune, contais the fol- t lowing item which will prove of interest to our people: a The railroad boom in this State seem...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 19 November 1881

. Boston- S .ar. A t `oe yer 1858 there appear: ed i li nlal circles of th.Wet . to song which for twelve years a ie na, rarely attained by popil mnelo dies. 1 mimsic had apeal rplrmP Va the wordsiwere singularly tobehing, wi and their length, exteIding to eight ye long verae, suggested to the reader a la story bask of them. 'In fact, the ex- m treme pathbi of the words contribated El as muchb rhaps, as the music to give i the composition its wonderful success. ri It was slng everywhere, in parlors, st iu concerts, on the street and in the or camps of the contending armies. In M the Northern army It *a Immensely I11 popular. and it found its way South w through Louisville and Cincinnati, lo and during the rebellion it was the only piece'sung in Southern homes, and excepting martial airs, about the' only one sung in the Confederate camp. Everywhere was "Lorena." A steamer on the Ohio was named Lorena, engines on Western roads t were called Lorena, anda person now lii sometimes meets ...

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