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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 26 December 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: WED5IKSOAY December 90, 1M0. 8PIB1I OF TBE KOttJSIKQ PBK&a. Tbe In tef/i fencer's last issue contains an interesting account of the history of the ob servance of Christina? as a daj of universal re joicing and festivity. The L tit on publishes and comments on a letter from Gen. James Watson Webb, where in that gentleman denies that he has impro perly interfered with Congress in the matter of choosing a Speaker, and also that he is an abolitioni*t in sentiment The official organ seems to interpret what the General writes In explanation of his positions on slavery ques tions, as embracing an admission of all the charges with reference to that gentleman's sentiments made by the Union on Saturday morning last WASHINGTON NEWS AND GOSSIP. Ifr. Barks?We have in the course of our long experience with the House, rarely wit nessed the display of more adroitness by a badgered member, than that which 011 Monday last marked tbe defense of himself against the ef...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 26 December 1855

;v star. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. m-rpv Cbbi"tm*? ? Mmy a sleep-lovi?g was coupled by toe thought that th s i icrh-boli'l*/ " come# but once * year/' when. .tV, earlv hoar on Monday night, the wel * mini salutes maJe th* *"ho? rin8- Kvery l< ??tv ?f exi'osi-n ww resorted to, from the * '/maiket to the popping cracker, filling the *;r with sulphurous odor. and frightening ' t'j,c jjnm iilken? into silence. Calathum ban t- ma !e night hideous, and occasion ' ;v a band "t merry masquerade? would * ? (l ^ enthusiastically declaring their ' ?'Vnrft ' R o' " Miry Ann>" ur protesting a thej would not " go home till morning," j.-ra .j ? nsideration. ?? Daylight Jid ap- ] To'.r ' at and in many a happy home did * V invenilec tamper to their stockings, to . what w -s in store for them. Joyous were the 'fce-n^tes of happiness as the toys were , jLjfout. compared and admired. Then r in;'* the faithful servants for " Chri-mas iif' mas'-'"' llow their eyes twinkled with .. tie,: ations of the go...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 26 December 1855

I VENING STAR CHRISTMAS HYMN. It was the calm and silent night! Sevan hundred vears and fifty three Had Kom? >???en growing up to might, And now was queen of land and -eta No sound wn heard of daubing wara? P'ace brooded o'er the hashed domain , Apollo. Pallaii. Jove and Mars, He d undisturbed their ancient reign, In the solemn midnight Centurie* ago. ?Twa? In the calm and client night, Tha Senacor of haughty Rome, Impatient, urged b's charlot"? llight, From lordly revel rolling home; Triumphal archea gleaming swell His brenst with thoughts of bounded away What reck- 4 the Komaa Wuat befs: A paltry province far away, In Iht solemn midulglit, Weuturles ago. W lthln Vhat p-ovfnee far away, Went plodding home a weary boor; A streak of Iigbt oefore bint lay, Fallen thro a half shut st.ible door Arros* bis path He p>?ed -for naught Ti'Id what was going on wlthla; How keen the ?tars, his only thought, The air?how e.alm. and cold, and thin; lu the soieuin midnight, Centuries ago O, s...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 27 December 1855

WASHINGTON, f). C., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1855. NO. 929. THE EVENUfi* STAR, rri:s? nro avuar (K <!>;?? r siTmjay,) it :i< **? F?**>? cmvi a? i l.iipf.tk strut, ? 7 w. D. WALLACH, If HI K --rr?-i to <?iibscribers by carrier* at 81A 4>U A 'it Atil'KK CEMTS, payable weekly In the A ??!*; papers served in package at 37# tents p<" o"-nth. To mall subscribers tbc sub ? rij - pri'-eis THREE DOLLARS ANii F1F XV C. ? - s war iisadeaaes, TWO DOLLARS for si* :r : ?hs and ONE DOLLAR for three inon:: ; f t less than three months at the rate of cert*a week. |<^ SINGLE CO FIBS ONE CENT. l?rt? FLORENCE O'DOKNOflHUE, t vr- S venth street, a few djors north of G. dec S-eol m# HI IK WOOD HOUSE. riMIE PROPRIETORS HAVE TIIE PLEAS 1 an MHWM tnat they have made t ? ii- r?>? ute;:ts to their IIOTKL, lu o", b if w -h the advancement and re fiiem t "f a--;e. Thev give their sole rare a .tl >n to its management, with an unspar ir_- r< '? the v." ".n's and comfort of quests, a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 27 December 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITT: T HI R HIM Y Dpi ember ?7, l*i4. fjjf AoTERTiSKMnflTg should be banded in by 12 o'clock. M., otherwise tbey may not ap pear until tfe* next day. AGENTS FOR THE STAR The following persons are authorized to con tract for the publication of advertisement* In the ?Sf?r : Rhil*delphia>?V- B. Palmhr, N W. eorner of Fifth and CheMnut streets. New York?S. M. Pbtti??illA Co.,Na??au ?treat. Boston?V. B Palusr. Scollay's Building. SPIRIT OF TBE MORNING PRESS. The Union declines continuing its current dispute with Gen. James Watson Webb, by the publication of a second letter from that gentleman, ar.d reprobates the Coiirritr dt.s JZtats Um.t for sneering at the want of effect ire authority in our Federal Government, as illustrated by oocurrcnces conuected with Parker H. French's recent abortive effort to send a filibustering expedition out of the United States. The hiteHig'nrer announces that the Hon. John M. Clayton has formally declined to per mit his namo to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 27 December 1855

| ev enin&STAR. local intelligence. Buhh <>r Corx? if,.?The Board met * a M ?? lay evening?all the members present except four The : urn.d was read and approved. Mr i>all presented the petition of William .1 f ibicr in relation to the paving of an alley in square ant* PW. of lot No. 1?, re ferred. Mr Peters presented the petition of W. C. T .wlc an<l others, asking for a flag footway aiT"-- Indiar.i avenue, at the intersection of l'..urth street west; referred. Mr. AtLee. from the committee of claim*, reported ? 1 ill for the relief of George T. Wil . vrh n amended oy making the amount p:tjnbJe "?it < f the funds of Seventh Ward, and the bil! passed. Mr RufF. from the committee on police, to which ?he memorial of J. S. Hollingshead had been referred, made a written report, accoin j #nied by the following bill: t A * A t supplementary and amendatory of an set entitled "An act to organize a police system fertile city r>f Washington." t n 'u>n.ted, iVr , That t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 27 December 1855

EVENING STAR. SONG OF DOLLYWATHA. TUB BABT UOCII. In the corner of the parlor, In the corner by the book-case, Little Lottie Peep, the merry, She the active one descending On the red squares of the carpet, Stood erect and called her Dolly *; Called her numerous doll# together. From her fjce went forth a radiance L?ke uuto the light of morning, And her hnir upon her shoulders Fell all flowing in tte sunshine, And the darling, panting, pondering, With her linger on her forehead. Placed the screen before the book case having to it '-Be my h">use door " F r.-m the red square of the carpet, W ith her hand she took a footstool, Turned it up against the watr.^ot, Shaped and fashioned it a *ofa ; From the corner of the parlor Tot k a long stick for a Are, Put another stick upon It, On them laid some other trifle, Made rtie two sticks shake together, Hlew upon the whole together, Till she cried uMa?nma, they kindle." And erect upon the carpet Little Lottie Peep, the playful. 8ucked her fi...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 28 December 1855

VOL. VI. WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1855. NO. 930. the evening star, PUBLISHED EVERY AFTKHflNMM, (EXCEPT StfrttfAY,) - At tkt S'w ?/ MMm aiU JS'ivtaU UrMi, By W. D. WALLACH, be vYred to subscribers by carriers at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly lo tbe Agents; papers ***** In packages at 57* gtou pt* month. To mail subscribers the sub aoriptlon priceI* THREE DOLLARS AND PIF Ty CENTS a year madranes, TWO DOLLARS for six months, and ONE DOLLAR for three month*; frr >"* than three months at the rate of It* renN a week. XT' SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. dr. FLORENCE O'DONNOGHUE, Office 43P Seventh street, a faw doors north of O. dec S-eolm* KIRKWOOD HOUSE. THR PROPRIETORS HAVE THE PLEAS ure to announce that they have made many Improvements to their HOTEL, In 4!!S accordance with the advancement and re-JE!^ ftnHcnent of the age. Thev give their sole care and attention to Its management, with an unspar lag regard to the wants and comfort of guests, at the usual and establ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 28 December 1855

EVENING STAR. WA8HIH0T0H CIJT: - ' * _ ^ ?* ? FRIDAY Z December 29, Ad virtisemxbts should be handed in by 12 o'clock. M., otherwise they may not ap pear xntil the next day. AGENTS FOR THE STAR* The following persona are aathoriied to oon tract for the publication of advertisement! in the Star: Philadelphia?V. B Palmkr,N W. corner of Fifth and Chestnut streets. New York?S M Pettinoill* Co. .Nassau ?treet. Boston?V. B. Palmbb, ScoIIaj's Building SPIRIT OF THI MORNING FRXSS. The Intttligenmr jokes over the disorgan ised condition of the House, and publishes an elaborate account of the suppression of Parker -H. French's effort to send off from New York a fillibustering expedition against Nicaragua. Tho Union argues that the American party is now essentially an Abolition party; and that it derives its impulses almost wholly from -British popular sentiment. Not 1>bat>!?We are truly glad to learn that the accomplished Dion Bourcicault is alive, after all. He performed at New Or lean...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 28 December 1855

evening star. local intelligence. - ?A stated communication of the Gnnd Lodge of the District of Columbia wad held last eveniag at*Ma?mie liall, when the f.llowing officers were installed in duo and ample form C 8. Frailey, M W/ Grand Master; Joe W. Nairn. R. W. Deputy Grand Master; G. Powell, R. W. Senior Grand War den; Mr. Gosler. K. W. Junior Grand War jet ' George C. Whiting, R W. Grand Secre tary') and C. Cammack. R. W. Grand Trea surer' After the initallation coremonies, a beautiful banner waa presented to the Grand L?dge by R- W. Bro. C. Cammack, in behalf of Federal Lodge, No. 1, Potomac Lodge, No 5, St. John's L<*lgo, No. 11, and a number of brethren. The banner is of double royal pur ple silk, with a view of the Capitol, as it will appear when finished, and the four cardinal virtues. (Temperance, Fortitude, Prudence, and Justice,) on one side; on the reverse is the full coat-of-arms of Free-Masonry. It f,u painted in New York by A. P- Moriarty, tod is worthy of the lodg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 28 December 1855

eveningstar. OUR HAPPIEST DAYS They tell me, 16ve, that you and I happieet days are seeing, ? ^ s^ut "?m elther'a eye The change that waits on being: A lhey "aT's ? w?aty way, With less of joy than sorrow, For where the sunlight fall* to-day, There'll be a shad* to-morrow IT ours be love that will not bear The teat of change and sorrow, And only deeper channels weir In passing to each morrow; i hen better were !t that to-day ThyfeX<Kn?ntIyuWeTe P??111* wts ^ave may pa*? away * "U? Ike words were aaylng. The heart hath depths of bitterness, a * iW' ^ M depths of pleasure, ?~ those who love love not unless a hey both of these can measure if,r* a tlme> aQd it will come, ?? hen thia they may discover. And woe If either then be dan)b To power that moved the lover * ^here are some sports where each will fall, And each will need sustaining; And suffering is the lot of all, And is of God'a ordaining ; Then wherefore do our hearts unite I n bonds that none can sever, If not to bless ea...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 29 December 1855

VOL. VI. WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1855. NO. 931. THE EVEIHNG STAB, rVBLlAIIKII EVEKY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) At tkt Star Huildi*g'. rorntr ?f Pinmsfl*ami* ?m?m aid bitvtntk strut, Ky W. D. WALLACH, Wl'l be served to ?ub?crib?* by carriers at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly | ?o the Agents, served In packaged at 37# genu per month. To mall subscriber* the sub scription price la TURKKDULLAR9ANDF1F TV CKNT8 a TWO DOLLARS for Mi months, and ONE DOLLAIt for three months; for 1<*m than three month* at the rale of 14# cents a week. [ZT SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. OR. FLORENCE O'DONNOOHUE, Ofloe 439 Seventh street, a few doora north of G. dee 6-eolm* EIREWUOO HOUSE. fpHE PROPRIETORS HAVE THE PLEAS 1. ure to announce tnat they have made many Improvement? to their HOTEL, In *?? accordance with the advancement and re-*^^ flnement of the a^e. Ther glee their sole care and attention to Ita management, with an unspar ing regard to the wants and comfort of guests, at Sh...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 29 December 1855

EVENI-NGSTAR.I waihihotoh CITT: SATt'ROAY.. December 29, \+ii. Adybbtub *e*t? should be handed in fcy 12 o'clock, M , otherwise they may not ap pear tt.itil the r.ext day. AGENTS FOR THE STAR. The following persons are authorised to con tract for the publication of advertisementa in the P(*tr: Philadelphia?V. B. Palkkb, N W. corner of Fil'lb and Chestnut atreeta. New Y'^rk?S. M ParTiweiLLk Co.,Nassau ?treat. Boston?V. B. Pali br. Sc oil ay'a Building. SPIRIT OF THE MORNING FRX8S. The Union places little reliance in current newspaper saticipations of a speedy peace be tween the parties to the Eastern war. The ramo journal holds the southern Know Noth ings to responaibility for atrengthening aboli tionism by their efforts to embarrass those of the President to defeat its purposes. The Intelligencer is to-day devoted to newa and literature. WASHINGTON NEWS AND GOSSIP. Futility.?Tbe country will comprehend, from the tenor of yesterday'a debate in the House. tho utter futility of the cur...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 29 December 1855

EVENING STAR. "local intelligence. Prof Mitcbel's Third Lbctprb ? Another large audience tii assembled last nicbt at tho Institute Pn>*f M. remarked first upon the steady progress) made in agronomical dis covery and knowledge. In poetry, the fine Arts. architecture, sculpture, painting. murals, ethics?the science of government itself, we h.id made no advances upon ancient Greece ?nd R"me: not so in science. The substratum had been laid in past ages, and we now stood, is it were, upon the summit of the pyramid. There was a time when the human eye, al< ,ne. was used in the long night vigils of Astronomical investigation, and all that the buman eye unaided could do, was done, but ' tnere was * point beyond which the human vision could not pass. Kepler and Newton announced their discoveries, and now the grand problem wai L?nw to apply these. Look out to-night upon the stars and no human eye was able to deteet in any of them any sensible diameter?even mighty Jupiter itself presente...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 29 December 1855

EVENTNG STAR, HEAVENLY SIGNS ?He Aiii we red and said unto them, When it Is evening ye say, It will be fair weather, for the sky ia red. And ia the morning, It will be fbul weather, for the sky is red and iowcrla*."?Matt ^Yl. 2, 3. ? Oh, ask no sign from heaven' ye know full well All nature'* stop* and changes, aud from far Each note prelusive, from her unseen call, Of sua?hlne or of storm the harbinger; And all that speaks incomings on Of evenl ng, when the western sun J* seen In beauty on the sea and sky, IV 1th the moon'a silver boat ia alienee launching Then from some pine tree top a lonely hern Looks forth; and from afar are stilly heard Step* of the atorm In acquiescence stern Retiring: fitful sounds of nestling bird: And echo from her mountain csvt Paint whisp'rlng to the drowsy wave. Then Hope, 'mid darkening shadows not un blessed, Waapping her mantle round, resigns herself to rest. And can ye not perceive streaks that illume This world of sorrow, and a milder sky, (Which s...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 31 December 1855

tar. DECEMBER 31, 1855. NO. 932. the etching stab, rUUAHCP *V?*Y A FT KM A (HI 19. (KKOurr ?un?w,) m U SI" B*Ul*4t t0m4T 0f f lMlfUMtl ???*??? m?1 FltvtnH ? r W D. WALLACH, y * *vved to subscribers by carriers at ?ll 4%l? A <4' AKTKK CENTS, payable wt-ekiy #ia#?*ei.ta; MP"* serv-d in packages at 77% ffev per month To mall subscribers the mb appttoa pflf'to THREE IHiLLAISANO FIF ' '?^M*wri?Hr?Mi,TWODOLUE? f "***?, and ONE DOLLAR for three g, for less than three months at the rata of a. . jf* i* LE COPIES ONE CENT. har> S.OWENCE O OUINOBHIJE, iner>_ *nth street, a (Vw doors north of G. riJwn 9 annc UKKWOOU HOlSE. rr?* C7*K1ET0R8 HAVE THE PLEAS ?!<s to announce that they have made * npr. vfment* to their HOTEL, in fE? .unci' with the advancement and re-?d?BL rfsit of the age. Thev give their sole care i tention to its? management, with an unspar ag^rd to the wants and comfort of guests, sual and established rate* of first-class ^ J. H. A A. W. KIRRWOOD. > JU.HA9 P. LEVY,...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 31 December 1855

W ? V . >^r. y - _ EVENING STAR. WAfHIVetOV OITT: 1 .December 31, INt, lyAjTurnimin should be handed in by IS o'clock, M., otherwise they may not ap pear until the next day. AGENTS FOB THE 8TAK The following persona are authorised to eon* tract for the publication of advertises eats la the Star: Philadelphia?V. B. Paucin.N. W. earner of Fifth ana Chestnut streets. New York?S. M. Pa-maeim,* Co., Nassau street. Boston?V. B. Pauraa, Soollay's Building E?1?IT OF TEE XGRNING FBEM. The Cmon rejoices oyer the fact that the Opposition press, almost without exoeption, docs justice to the energy and promptitude displayed by the Administration in so sum marily putting a stop to French*s filibuster ing scheme. The same paper argues that the minority of the Hou9??the Democrats?are powerful because they represent, really, a majority of the people. The Infiligincsr mourns over the disor ganised condition of the House of Representa tires, saying, in the course of its remarks on the subject: *' A...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 31 December 1855

EVENING STAR.! LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Hasdsome Present.?We bad the pleasure lately of examining a beautiful engriviug presented by Mrs. Pendleton to the Columbia Fire Company a* a Christmas present. It rep resent* the marriage of Pocahontas at James town, and ia a fellow engraving of the one lately presented by Virginians in Washington t? Governor Henry A. Wise, of Virginia. Now a word or two, while upon the sub ject, about engine houses. A great many worthy, but rather timid old ladies and gen tlemen have an idea that an engine house is a terrible den, infested by a set of rowdy, red shirted desperadoes, who wear their hats with a one-sided inclination, smoke their cigars at an angle of forty-five degrees, and are ready for anything sanguinary upon the shortest notice A vimt to any of our Washington en gine houses? Columbia" for instance? will speedily dispel any such notion. On the first floor wj find the "machines" and apparatus all in ' apple-pie order" ready for instant service. P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 31 December 1855

EVENING STAR. FEW YEAR CKIX13 BY TtKXTtOX King out, wild bells, to the wild *ky, The lying cloud, the frostv light; The year Is d vt ng in the nig it'; Ring oat, wild bells. and let him die Ring out the old. ring In the new, Ring, happy bells, across the snow; The year 1* going, let him go; King out the false, ring In the tiue. King out the grief that saps the mln4, For those that here we aee no more, K lng out the feud of rich and poor, Ring in redress to all mankind. K uig out a jloVrlv dying cause, And ancient forms of party strife; Kin^ tn the nobler mod<>s r,f isf-. "With sweeter manners, purer laws. Ring out the want, the care, the slu, The faithless coldness of the times ; Ring out. ilnp out mv mournful rhymes, But riny the fuller minstrel in. Rine out f\lse pride In plac? aad blocd, Th- civic slander and the spite, K inp In the love of truth and rig Lt, Rin? In the common love of good King out old La pes of foul disease, Ring out the narrowing Inst of wold ; K In/ out ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 1 January 1856

VOL. VII. WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY. JANUARY 1, 1856. NO. 933. THE EVENING STAR, riBLISHKD r.VKRT AFTEKNOUN, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) ji tkt Stif Buii4i>%ft,ro**ir of Pinntfl^mmim ??<??? and Eltvtntk ttrnt, By W. D. W AILACB, WU be (kmTod to nubscrlbers by carrier* at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to (be Agents; paper* served In packages at 37# #en> per month. To mail subscribers the sub r-riptiMi price Is THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS a year i?<vfrt?c?,TWO DOLLARS for six months, and ONE DOLLAR for three . months; for less than three months at the rate of 1*12? cents a week. JET SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. President's Message. v+-rttiz"W of thf Senate and ? A the Hons* of Ktvmintauvts ' The constitution of the United State? pro vider that Congrcs3 shall assemble annually on the fir3t Monday of December, and it ha? been usual for the President to make no com munication of a public character to the Sen* ate and House of Representatives until ad vised of their readiness to...

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