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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 11 March 1869

* I Associated Press Dispatches. Havana, March 2.—Advices con- firm the revolutionary rising of Ca- bana at Consolacion del J3ar, a town situated in the Western Department, aear Hende river, not far from the important town of Nneva Feliciana. The strength of the insurgents is not stated; a body of troops have gene from Guana Baco to quell the outbreak. Another rising at Cadiso^ a small to^rn lying on the railroad bei tween Mantanzas and Macagua, and near the first named place. Gen, Pocallas' forces are hard at work barricading Sante Esparta which would indicate their inability to assume active operations against- the insurgent?.' Intelligence from Santiago de Cuba states a steamer arrived with a nam* ber of Coolies on board, but the ne- groes would not allow them to land. The Prenca says Capt. Gen. Dolce, has ordered 150 of enrolled volunteers to take the prisoners captured to tneir destination in Spain, by the Cadiz steamer. The erection of large bar- racks in this city tor the use...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 11 March 1869

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. _,W. Q. WEBB, Editorknd Proprietor W. Ht PABSQPj | As#oc|ate Editor*. M. S* THRALL, ) J.fi.MORPHIS Corresponds* Editor. J C. CHEW. Corresponding Editor. TRAVELING AGENTS & COB. FOE TEXAS Col, HfiSRY DeVFUVE, of Hourtoli, Texas. Cmpt. A1.BJJRT R. PARSONS, ofWaco.Txi. N. C. RAYMOND! Kaq., of Austin, Texas. Houston, March 11, 1869. PACIFIC ROAD TO MEXICO Tkmgh Houston from Orleans. In another article on this issue, under the head of ''Grant and Mexi- co," we have sought to demonstrate, from the deplorable anarchy now pre<- Talent in Mexico, the demands of popular sentiment North,, and the unmistakable annouqcement of the President in his inaugural, that we may look for the early acquisition of the metalic States of Northern Mexico, and* also a Pacific road through Texas, "in order," as Gen. Grant Bays, "to reach those riches." The mighty theme of State devels opment resulting from two* routes moving toward the metalic "moun-< tains of the far TFcsi," crossin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 11 March 1869

Editorial Correspondence. Washington, Feb. 28,1869. Last evening we attended the final reception of Wm. H. Seward, the .present Secretary oi State of the TJhited States, and beheld congregated the distinguished representatives of foreign nations,at ^'the. Government at W ashington." There were €he ministers of Napo- leon III, of Queen Victoria, of the Czar of Bnssia, of the Sultan of the Turks, of the Emperor of Austria, of the King of Prussia, of God and liberty loving Mexico, &c.. &c. We were received kindly by Mr. Seward, and introduced by him to Vrw. Seward and his son, neither of whom we had ever seen before. We recognized Mr. Seward, how- ever, by the deep scar on his jaw, inflicted by the hand of the con- spirator on the night of th6 assassina- tion of the President. Indeed, the Secretary made a very narrow escape, and will carry to his dying day the deep and aluiost fatal wounds. We observed that his son wore a cap on his head, while all others iu the room were bare ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 11 March 1869

IP M- WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. Sooston Marsh 11.18G9- m.' Tenia •< the Telecraph {Of CUKJtKSOT.) Daily perye«,$16; for six months, $8; or one south, $1 50. Tn-Weekiy, fa per year; $4 50 for six. months. v • Weekly, peij year, $3. Single copies, 10 cents. <®N. GBAN T 8INAUGUKAJL. These utterances bo long anticipa- ted, are now before our readers. They stamp Gen. Grant as determin- ed* to preserve his independence and ' not to be the tool of any party. We rejoice that this is so, and while re- cognizing him as a Republican, we are glad to hail him as one, who by his own declaration, commences the discharge of his duties "untrammel- ed." The extreme Badicals find no con- solation in his inaugural, and we may now expect that they will become his bitter persecutors, as it is evident that he looks to the good men of the nation to sustain him. It will be remembered that we an- nounced last summer that Gen. Grant was in favor of national aid to a rail- road through Mexico to the Pacific. We ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 11 March 1869

\r Miscellaneous medical. MEDICAL. EDWARD WILDER'S FAMOUS STOMACH BITTERS -—•Wllji CUBE— * Dyspepsia, Lirer Complaintj and alj Species of Indigestion > later- mittent Fever, Ferer and Ague, AND ALL PERIODICAL MSB ABBS. t It will give immediate relief in Oolic and Flux. It will cure CostiTeneas. ' . It is a mild and delightful lnvigorant for delicate Females. , _ , - It is a Rafe Anti-Bilious Altera tire and Tonic for all Family punx>se«. .. , . . . , It is a pewerful reeupcrant after the frame has been debilitated or reduced by sicknens. .. • It is an excell- nt Apetiier as well as strenethener of the digestive forces. . It is -desirable alike as a Corrective and a mild Cathartic. . ■3T The bod v of all similar preparations is com- mon raw Whisky or Alcohol, which contains a lar. e amount of Fusil Oil and other poisonous (.ubstances, whilst the body o' Edward Wilder's Storaaeh Bitters is pure Old Bourdon or Copper distilled whisky tne best and purest Whisky known or produced. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 11 March 1869

. V- •m- WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. Houston March 11. 18(39- THH 0I§#BOA5I1EE88! We confess that the developements of party made in the last few days has caused aa much alarm for the fu- ture of Texas. Several Republican papers have shown a perfect aversion to any concett of acfeion with the Democrats, in reorganizing the State, and this has been seized hold upon by extreme Democrats fco appeal to party prita and feeling. The two parties both have their madmen, and these are making a great noise, as it the State was not at all in daDger. Un- fortunately, too, some of these mad* men are men of some influence and they are sowing poison broadcast, which, though it may be somewhat alow in its operation, will surely briDg fatal results, unless the antidote is promptly applied. The extreme .Republicans have shown less wisdom than their bitcer est opponents could'have hoped, and to all haman appearances, their vision does not extend an inch beyond their noses. Their course, ifpersistedin,and acted ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 March 1869

hi* f *'>■ fe rm MARCH M 1S6% H&XlV. TEXAS, THURS HOUSTON, 'V - ESTABLISHED 1834. ST. f. "We give as follows, brief Sketches of someof the gentlemen who have become the confidential advisers of President Grant. ADOLBH E. BOIUE OF THE NAVY, ts a native cf Philadelphia and a graduate of.the University of Penn« sjlvania. After amassing a fortune in merlin tile life,, he retired from business, r Before the war he fig- ured in political life He was one of the founders of the Philadelphia Loy- al League. An account before., us 6ays Gen. Grant was/introduced to Mr* Borie by -Gen. Meade'. An inti- macy between the ttfo men started from this^point, which, culminated in, Mr. Boiie beirg invited into Grant's Cabinet. Mr. Bone is rather below the average height, has a handsome, dignifiid and expressive cast of coun- tenance, and snow-white: beard and mustache. In manner be is polite, refined atid affable, ;aadalfchoUgB he belongs to an old and aristocratic family. h« ir«ntirely free from...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 March 1869

March 18, I860- mt the Tel«cr*'h ( " tnorairaoT.i Dally pw year, $16 ; for six months, $ 8; • onfc uonth, f 1 so. Tn-Weekly, per Jfiar; nontha. Weekly, per y^r. Single oopiea.*10 cents* •V $4 50 for six TintlBWWW WOEBg CONDE9IX 4 One paper ttrgs® jfcafcii Democratic Convention should be held to frame a platform upon which Gen. Hamils ton coald be the^candidate of the people, and that he should be elected, if it all, because,he advocates politi- cal p^ociples Whidti suit the*people. Other papers urge that tbefe should tea convention to control the tibl* make officers of Democra; to keep alive party fire. It would be an insult to Qfen. Hamilton to ask him to ran upon any platform, adopted by a Democratic convention, and the notion is simply redicalous , , ~ ; The very truth is that every reason that Eras been urgtd ia favor of a convention is a -good one against its being held, and this becomes more and more-evident every day as the' warmth of party zeal develops itqelf. Gen. Hamilton...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 March 1869

^ :-V>. 'j V--:^* .-t./::.:-£V : - •• ' /.^ /Ll " *£ mm p I'M. Correspondence. ____ C. March, 2, '69. Yesterday We "walked into the House of Represented vesof the United States, and was present when Mr. Logan introduced, his resolution, prohibiting the Secretary of the Inte- rior, from delivering to Gen. R. E. Lee the articles 6®ce«ljelonging to the Yathei^ot bk Country, captured art; Arlington Heights, which resolution passeU by a large majority. To-day we visited the home, or rather what once was the home ot oar dearly "beloved. Southern General, E. 32. Lee, for ao> more can it be his home, or even the home of his chil- dren afcer bis death, for there are now buried eta Arlington heights 16,157 Union de^il *,. ■ • v Sfeeing a jaSnument^ut a few yards distaDt from the mansion,- from which Washington City', GfeorgStown and Alexandria . with ail 'the beautifnl, romantic and historic,couortry. be- tween them, were spread out before us, We walked td it, and ^ead the fo* le wing i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 March 1869

TELEGRAPH. BT ii. i- V mm Vi** V . l-'iMS-. Edit^r « n«i Proprietor. WEBB, Associate Editor* THE1M-, j v£. CHEW. Corresponding Editor. 'TKitBllNG AGBNT8 & COR.- Fofc TEXAS Cel. HEMKY DeVKCVB, of Homton, Texas. £*pt. ALBERT R. PARSOXS, of Waco. tits. N. c. RAYMOND, K «.,6fAmrtiir, Texas. • - • ■ - . - ' . - ■>*- 1 1TO Houston, March 18, 1869. >\- \JX. "The Republican party must find sew issues upon which to keep it gjgiiyfe, or'ifr will have a naftnfe only in 4he records of the pastr Events are fast' destroying, or ac- *. omplishing planks of both the platM forms adopted by the two -iNew York and Chicago. . I If the 15th proposed amendment '#> ■'the United States Constitution should be ratified, then as soon as all : the States are rfcetered to the Union, the 1st and 2d planks in the Republi ckn platform will be abrogated The rretf truth is, the Republican pstrty in Corgteas Acw gone dock upon his own -rtddrd and rftitlified by that amqnd- Knenfc, the part of the 2d plan...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 March 1869

. M. mmam mSm - ' ob. j. h. Reagan. t" 5 pat.rstine. Texas. - .. ,, March 9th, 1869. To the Editor of the Telegraph. 'deabsib:—i have noticed with much satisfaction yonr efforts, through thja Telegraph, to secure the restoratiion of civil government to oar State, anjd.good will amoog our people. M-ycojaVictioos are very de- cided as to the course which good policy and (tiity to the public require us to pntsue, situated as we are. I have only seen a portion of the new Constitution, and cannot now speak of its general merits. I understand that, if it shall be adopted, it confers the right to vote on ail male citizens over . twonty-one years of age, white and black; and that no one is disfran- chised or proscribed by "it, except that those who are prevented from holding office by the 14th amendment, to the constitution of the United States, are by this constitution denied the privilege of holding office, bur only until Congress sh^li remove their political disabilities. If I am , cor- ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 March 1869

Houston, March 18th, 1869.' f"k texas MHBBPBESENTBB. ' j V.- % 'f*' "We almost despair of getting a true representation of tke state of public sentiment in Texas before the proper authorities! at Washington. It is known that two years ago Gen. Grant advised that*Texaa He pat un> der martial law. " y Gen. Sheridan's Opinion of our State may readily be inferred from the 6ft quoted declaration, made whefc he TiBited us just after the close or the war, that " if Be owned Texas and h—11, he would rent out the former ler for his personal atches recently published correctly represent the opinions of Gen. Canby, he is reported as declar- ing that "in certain locations the au- thority of the United Stateaand the' Provisional Government ia dpenly de- fied, if not resisted, and the Vivil power either indifferent or power* less."' ' ' ■ , -.; ^■ •- V-'v-. ' a In connection with this, we have the further, statement from our trav- eling correspondent, J. M. M., that Gen, SChofield assarted tha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 March 1869

V-,:# 'v->V v- 999 Phis V •. V \ Washington, March 10:—In Jan- uary the Postmaster General ordered ♦He weekly mail.irom San Antonio, Texas, to San Diego, to connect with the daily mail from St. Louis to Fort Smith. On Ff^riary 1st Superin- tendent Ficklin started* with the mail from Fori Cdncho, establishing stands ■along the ronte. He reached Fort, Smith With the. mails, distance 625 miles, on the ISfch of February. These (arrangements complete the great •wverjand tri-weekly mail by stages from San Antomd and Fort Smith to California, at a speed of 100 miles per day. . Washington's statue, by Powers, was shipped toGov. Warmouth to be replac«dmBaton Rouge. A Prussian delegation owning an immense quantity of-bonds held in Germany, take great interest in the ■Secretaryship of the Treasury. new York, March 10.—Wool quiet, Texas 31, California 31 to 37. London, March Ik—The Spanish Governmont telegraphed to Dulce to snspendthe execution of condemned insurgents. v. , ' ;;;.' Havana, M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 March 1869

- .' ', i-j*> •y -—w.•■•■■"-- msmaemm m hbrmmmmbm WEEKLY Tfc'LPRAPH. Houston Maioh 18. 1869- * • . • . • •' ' -- -*■ ' ""r- • , ^«.IT pmisss *-r® *-NO. 3- . • • y-w.: --%*-.v:- - ■ i \ h < \ ?■•,> pg-^ gs-rty is about accoH^pIisfred. • age of progfees. no party <sa& keep jfeeir.&iive upes^tieiad issues. Neither 4fee,«b iae or *-Iory of past record can give.vital^-jo^^aar^^o a gcv- •partr f. f the North were as faithful to ' the govsfaraiea.t ae the Ttepdblicari f9s>rty\, * ixuA doubtless " the facts will ifeow that the first furnished more aaidigre "to (he Union array than>tbe ©4&et. *b?eaose it was eusp^ctf'd of «y®palBy with. the South, and to . «fe©w their patriotism,t hey were even Z'-fgm&rv eager than the 'other party to ■iwnti grudiers to -lihe Unioh arniy. ■ ^berefore so far -sf «ehievfug the «feht|he^t of $oueli is eiiicerdef!* tfees record '.of' both "parties is abortc -egeaJ, itcd- £ht- a^ia^eLiszi: ^t^eeir 48i€;in was nwOFy tk-.fiiird a^t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 March 1869

••rj^r5 ' , r ':. „„ „•> jl- K #? f ' . |. ,^-?w jp.o xxxtv. *5 • [_# % ■• *1 v. .# * * HOUSTON, TEXAS, THUfeSBAY, MARCH 25, 1869. ESTABLISHED 18& -r-r- TELEGRAPH. Assooiated Press Dispacclios. Washington, Sfiwch, 20.—Hon. W. L. Armstrong has declined being a candidate for Lieutenant Governor of Texas. Dr. BouldsBaker has con- ,sented to rniij and authorizes the press pf Texas to announce bim. Hon. B H. Epperson also declines, and writes letters favoring Hamilton aud Boulds Baker. Washington, March 22.—A letter waB read in the Metropolitan church, Smut, Chase and others being pre sent, asKiug* sympathy and prayers for Cuban paSriws London, March 22—John Blight, speaking' in favor of the disestablish-* 3aent«of the XiL-h church, said : '"Na'- tioos never forget their religions grievances nntil the causo is removed; tbe old policy pursued .by England rendered Ireland more ultra montane than any country in- Europe; Catbol Icism was not only a E0«ttter of faith but of patriotism,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 March 1869

m TELEGRAPH. A Houston March 24.1809* Tenu mt tke TeJe*r"Pfc- ■J (IX OTMWSOT.) •**«■: ■ Daily per year, $16; for six months, 9 8; or one month, $1 50. Tn-Weekiy, f per year; $4 50 for Mentha.. ' Weekly, per year, 13. Single copies, 10 oenta. XHJS INS AND THE OUTS. It is humiliating to dispassionate patriots to witness the efforts and anxieties of the Ins to keep in, and of ike Oats to get in. Love of country, ®aclfa& is unseHkb, looking alone to blio weal, seems to have little jjht. Men are actually mad after the Spoils of office. Office loving Re- publican s, thoogh belonging to a party whieh composes a minority of the loyal men of the State, arrogate to themselves all' the right to dictate wh#shall rule, and? have no more modotty than to name themselves as the Simon Pni*es of all merit, while the mass of their party beseech them to stayHheir hand and not ruin the State by their intolerant course. * On the other hand, aspiring Demo* crats, only remembering that they have been o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 March 1869

WW 0i'M ?.<$&!***%?«* f«m I^SSM HUs jW&g-JP - ->* && BOY. THE J. C. WILSON & CO.. M ANUP ACTUEBRS OP CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, EARM WAGONS, * .Wain Street, - ■ ® ' (Opposite Old Capitol H Removal I AUG. SACHTLEBEN HAS removed his ^fJANO & MUSIC STORE " % 172 TREMOP.T Street, MONT MUSIC HALL. SADDLEKY AND HARNESS : ^ 0 3VBRT DESCRIPTION. LEATHER, 'if ' f • . ■■£ ■ ■■ ' 1 Harness, Fair Skirting and Bridle Leather. .. , . Enamel Leather and Cloth. ' • ' CABBIAG-E TEIMMING-S, 1. /. '* ^ Saddlery Hardware, Hubs, Spokes and Bent Material. trace chains. , l "coach varnish, • japans. rC-;,.; TANNEBS' TOOL c. ded to. jao31dtw -J. - - • • '" • t- . h h* steam-ENGINE^, Mill Gearings, Shafting, Pnllies if., LEFITELL'S ' •- * .*>• ••. ... . -*' ■■■ AMERICAN DOUBLE TURBINE WATER WHEEL, fJnaTM toed to give more yp^r-witk Mag water thaa ■ -• - ^ TOBACCO "M COTTON SCREWS, : - '*•>; -«ffc-'x*"' s '• A?r ' as. A CHINE KIT „' ofal£ Jtinds. A jKS" Ben a for Circular and Pne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 March 1869

,t TELEGRAPH. W.G.WEBB, i Editor 2tnd Propri«'0,f' W B. PABS058) ? 1WBCigte EiitflW. K. THRALL, J ... „ J t. €BEW. corresponding; Editor. TBAT1HK6 A6IS1B & CO*. K TEXAS (M DeVi {ITS* of Houston,Texas. Oapt. ATuifllT B. PaRs-OS, of W o .Txb. XfC.*BAYntOM>, ts« of Austin,Texaa. Houston; March. 25. 1869. For Governor: 7^ mJ. HAMILTON. . m- ' ■ lammiffftmfait of Candidates. . ' B3T" We re authorised to innoanes DRi BOCiDS BaKOT. at a tendWatB f r lieutenant Governor, on tie ticket of Gen. Hamilton, in the election to be :^MU-«a tiie 5th of Jaif next. ' ' HOIiA §ES TO CATCH FL1E8. iWithont casting the shade of a shadow of doubt upon the loyalty of A. J. Hamilton, or believing for a mo- ment that he would M a party to any agreement which would place in power thosewho would seek to,per petnate the principles of the late rebellion, we earnestly desire to know who is to be the second horse invi the team. If the grey mare is to be tbe mor£ powerlul horse—that is if Mr. Hamiltod is to b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 March 1869

Letter from Fort Bead Comity ar.'m. / ■n i li mi ii inn***0'*** ;r . Match 20,186&. > T8 the Edltor of the Telegraph • *, Spring, with all its genial snrronml- ings, is at hand. ^Tho woods io tpe last ft-w days favo dmrned their emerald robes, ftud "wide o er the moistened prairies a tender grean is spread" • The season f« r planting, however, is back ward. Tiie ram?, as yott are aware, the nasr, wmter have not only been cscetjsiva bat Unpre- cedented in the qaantity of water 'that has fallen. Cam planted week •"before last is becoming visible in •places- Cotton wdl b« put m th? around freely the coming week, and eve# one-is eaDgaine, it no killing frostin April, of its turning oat. well, and that Fort Bend county will again resume her position among the heavy producing.'cotton counties oj tJie State. Ths freed men seem to appre- ciate the sitnariop and havo.-at,last, ' glimpse of the stubborn fact that poverty and idfcea^ss, if not t.viu brothers, are^t leas? ,first cottsipp...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 March 1869

\r^ -* ^ ■V 11" • .•. - iiil# {IKteSK WEEKLY TELECRiPH. _ - C XT,*'. •- ' -1- ; - «T THE TKACK Of TIIK HOIS- *•* WNI©*. . —' * >JlL5': It ie within tTie ISiwmla o£fepbabil- 1 ityHbaf lit' may, beeoiue ocfiOns to .r'fiadicsl?. hut, time lie or any other **"' man *ilL evec become inOre Odious to them thau Andy Johnson, is a sheer absurdity. It is 0$# of tbo iwpossi- bilities.^lfrttsfon IJaion. .J&s&fha'i a wonderful chauge Las come ^ over the spirit of your dreams. Did you nor..ft little while ago, claim the same of Rtdical for yourselves? Is it necessary now to repudiate it to be ^^Kj^titixGrtu. Grant? "J9ill take none inourcoflVf — Union. ,s„ Perhaps you take it without sugar, or you may pre for weak Radical tea. The Telegraph may fight orgauiia- tion in its own party as long, as bitter ly and >s persistently as it pleases, bat. it has no right to either dictate to or advise loyal.noten.— Union.. Jnever dictate—not" in our nature— . #S aye ad?ise, arguo, appeal to rea-...

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