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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 15 November 1851

yi T - ifK-trrTayfrr.-vi -T-f-sMScaaKgig; FOREIGN ITEMS. tnn tody lms five hundred omnibuses run 4ng 4iily 'n nB metropolis and this yenr Uer receipts have been two thousand pounds npr week more thnn in nny previous year pines she has bepti in business. SleCoimack'n reaping-inaehinn. which has . (t-ct'ivcd i!il- unqualified approbation of nil (he lending ngticultiiristn of tho kingdom hfi- .chnllenged nil other machines to meet nt itlnrlin Middlesbnro-.igh near Stocktnu-iipnn-Tera tor triiil of capabilities. At lho cltnl lergB has been accepted n ery great inter- en hns hern excited The Mntue of an idol in Mono coirply ex- rented but supposed to date from tin: period1 of the PliPiiicinns or C'atihngciituiis vj- fnund alioul a month -ince nmoiig the ruins of the town of the old Arzew in Algeria. The veselTmpic nr.ived at London from St. Felersbttrgh hns brought two hundred packages of potatoes the growth nnd produce of Ilusia. The vessel in which this impor- tation tnuk place belongs...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 15 November 1851

."Wr 1ST THE PLAGUE lit THE CANARY ISLANDS. Pur Havana correspondent under dnie of top 2d inst. sayu: ! sena you a statement of BterriGc epidemic the plague at the Cn- Aary Islands. They got it fishing on the .coast of Africa where the fishermen report "that the dead undies were n numerous as the and of the sea." It is feared that the negro traders n ill tiling-it t Havana. The fol jawing is our translation of the statement re- ferred to: The year lS-II opened with the most fa- TOrable ausptc.es fur the Canary Islands their Increase in commerce and population being 5 well known The fine arts nIo flourished. But the destiny which for a moment seemed to rot from the persecution of these islands which had dated trom the time when they took the name of 'the Unfortunate' again fell up- on them with more fury than ever. IJcforc its terrible anathema commerce wasparalys xpd the theatres were closed consternation seized every mind the inhabitants hid them- nelves.or retired to the country a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 15 November 1851

PlflLADKLPJlIA TOWN FACTS AND FANCIES. City Police Oct 17. .3 Gunpowder Plot. Mr. Tboinna Jliddloton occupied a suite of npurttneiits in one of those t.ill out not yry superb house oo Water street. Mr. Sila Kemp iuh.'iliitH another poition of the aamu iuiildiinS'. The collar used fur stowing awn v .fuel is In i:oniiiiiiu. On the ri"ht hand side of this cellar Midtllcton l:ns a depnsile of pine wood uud-on the other aule Kemp has half a cord of onk Now Kemp being of a suspi- cion temper imagined that hi neighbor Middleton might possibly mistnlto his left hand tor his rigjit wln-ii he etrtcied the cel- lar to bring out wooil lor cooking purpose: ; so '"in the dead waste and middle of the night" "when witch-craft celebrated pale Hecate's nlTering." Kemp descended into the cellar armed with n big rim!et and powder horn noil after boring a hole longitudinally in (he pod of a log of his own wood he put in a chargn of powder and plugged up the aper- ture fie then inoreu back "with Tatquin'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 22 November 1851

THE i- --.. - .iinHip:MnmBM.'i.iminriim.i'"ja-m ur mr n . ; i u iujiiiiniini wiJJ.yiiiiinwii r TmjtixapasgOTcassgsa.AtiJw.ji.t ;.! . . .... ...i '--; CHARLES DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER J33A7E THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE TREE EDITOR U. PROPRIETOR VOL. 9 CLARKS VILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 22 1851. NO. 12 THE PARTING OF SUMMER. nV 1KS. 1IEMAXS. Thou ail bearing hence ihy roses Glad Siimmei fare thee well ! Thou att singing thy last melodies In CTery wood and dell. lint in thcjgoldcn sunset Of thy last lingering day Oh ! tell me o'er this chequered earth. How hast thou passed away. Brightly sweet summer! brightly Thine hours have floated hy. To the joyous birds of woodland bough? The rangers of the sky. And brightly u the forests Tii the wild deer wandering free ; And brightly midst t'.e garden llowers To the happy murmuring bee. lint how to human bosoms. With all tlisir hopes and fears. And thoughts that male them eagle wings To picrc; the unborn years ! Sweet...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 22 November 1851

s? London Tuesday Sept. 1(5 1851 I readied London this morning having left Paris yesterday evening at 7 o'clock. The fatigue of a sleepless night indisposes mc to write hut I will como without preface to the matters of interest here. The invasion of Cuba is the ahsorhing to- pic the denunciation of the American Gov- ernment and of our people is nearly univer- sal I shall not hnve n word to say on Cuban matters as woighod and judged by their prop- er turrits. Were it our cue to meet European denunciations by rcciiininatmn of their con- duct I should not shrink as nil American from the wages of such contest whatever country of Europe should make it and wh.it "" -V r-. t - iTi i VT ... ... . . r 't hey aie dnvlng Horn iheir oil hitherto so Nor will this genera; denunciation ol our '-'...". J .. .. - h .. ... . .. i hosiiiiub c lo the stiaiigcr mid nlugce thou- country weigh one lot.i with any one who' . . ". . i : n. i . i i ii " i . i i i. sands on thousands ot foreigners iluelly know...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 22 November 1851

mii tinrrar: zssEarszxsizsmaznaaasEsazvxszzccszxs&KAXzixu aranrrs: nzcsattrS'acsa: - 3 ViuisstPPi Election. From tho Holly Spi'ngs JeiTettonian no learn that Davis' majority in Mar- ' (hall county is 30 instead cf 9 as repotted in onr iuua yesterday. In Tippah Foote's majority is 573 JSahort' 637 Fisher 477 Harris G34. Representa- tive! elected all vvhigs. Thompson is no doubt de- fealed for Congress. In Panola Foote's majority U ISO and in Desoto 1S5. The returns thus Tar received uill not justify the expression ot an opin- ion as to the general result. Cobb's majority in Gporgia is a little over 18000. The Union majority in the Legisla- ture on joint ballot is 1-12! The combined inajontv of Jackson and Bailey tho tu Sou- thern Rights men elected to Congress is 330! The combined nmjonty of Johnson Murphy Chastin Hillyer Stephen- and Toombs the six Union men elected to Con- gress is 18030." JVash. Union m Emigration ) he crowd of emigrants uV- ly passing through our city continu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 22 November 1851

The Three Brliks A Tiiriilii'S Story. "Du jnu src" paid Hie sc.ton "those three hillocks onder side liy sldr? There t-irep throe brides whine hn'ory I nin about loTcloto Look there sir cm jeweler hill vou iwiy eilisprie a little deflate house with a little straggling fence in front mid a feu stun- ted npjile iters on 'the decent lii'htnel it. It i nellj out tif repair now nnel the gmden l now over prnuri with wct'ils ntul br.imblcs mid the whole plnre Iik desuliitfi .iiieir nnrp. If the winds wen Irgli non ynu might Iie.ir their c rn7y shutter flapping iigiiuiM thu ?ie1r :uid .'he wind teat in-; the gray nl.inglcs nil' the ion!" Man) inrtjigo theio lived 1:1 thct hou-o an old mini who cultivatid the few iinrs of ground that belonged to it. "Tim father was a self taught trnii deeply vercd m the mWcrii" of seience and a- he could telt the tutne of every lionet lh.it lilos- MMiied in t!:e woods or giew in the garden r.nd UM'd to Mt up Kite at night at his linoh- or rending the uiystic ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 29 November 1851

ass1"" CHARLES DE MORSE I.ONG SHALL OUH BANNER B3AVE THE BHEEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE EDITOR &. PROPRl ETOR J. 11 JJ 11 w 1L JL U tMsM 1L 1 iy? 1 & Jala J 411 &k MJ? i nJ1MMgMcaaMnwannM i mn i...... -iimiM "- --mJvjaaxmM-injJ hlmi iimimh v- mi vm ininm anaaniMi ninniMi.i n i --... .rm i i i iiMrirrnripimrKwm.jjMMMjumgmlal in . l5f IS VOL. 9 ADDRESS OP KOSSUTH TO THE PEOPLE 0FTHE UNITED STATFS. Wsiiis-otos D. C Oct. 17 ISol. T lA' Editors of the Pulhc Press tn the United States : t ESTLE'ict : In the month of February last G vernor L. Ujhazi late of Hungary sent me a . 1 il laraation of the Hungarian leader Louis Kos- i.u addressed to the people of these United Stales re eating rae to cause the same to he pnblished.and id deposite its original written in the Magyar lan- i-ji e in the archives of Congress. When that valuable document came to my hands s a Toiiatio'i was'pendmg hit inn for us object the 1 'it-ation of Knssulh from the Turkish custody. Tl consideration ind...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 29 November 1851

How often Imrc I and ether leaders with mo said to my countrymen tlintlhry must be strictly just and eevk Ihcir future greatness lint in ihc predominance ol one race but in ihe perfect equality ol ali! My counsel was adopted and made I he bani of the govern- ment. The same firedotn the same privil- eges Ivithout regard to language or religion the free development of each race under the protection of the law were accorded to all. We not only guarantied the right to use any language in the churches and schools but we afforded ad for tlie education and devel- opment of eacli nationality. The principle we announced was. that either the State should protect no religion no nationality- leaving nil to the tree nction of the people or that it should protect all alike. In the general administration the predomi- nance of Our language and consequently the race that spoke if tves a necessity; but lit the administration of country affairs which ?n some respects resembled that of th: indi vidual ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 29 November 1851

-ighefit judiciul tribunal iii iho State should he promptly reported and disseminated for pubJis- imfonnation. In view of the impor- tance of this subject I have given it some reflection and am convinced that the plan heretofore pursued by tho Slate in reference oit has not been the conect one. Instead of subscribing for a certain number of the vol- umes of reports 1 would suggest that a suit- able appropriation be mude annually or prin- ting binding &c; and a State Reporter be - elected by joint ballot of the livo-Kouses of Legislature with a competent salary provided (or his payment ho giving bond for the faithful performance of his duties. The vol- umes reported by him should he the cxelu- j ive property of the State and sold for her benefit at such price and in such manner as miffht be deemed most udvisable. it is be lieved that the proceeds of such sales would alteiatibn of the Constitution whose guaranties arc sufficient if observed (and no oilier morcbtringon. in behalf o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 29 November 1851

THE ROBBERY ON THE fSTIIMUS The full paiticuinr of the robbery of llio Specie Tr.iin on the Isthmus on- given in the Pmmmn Star of September 22. Wc rnjiy them: Information ic.iulicii 0U cily on Saturday lli.it llio Great Specie Train of Ihe Pacific. .Mail Steamship Company which left the ctt y under guard about nine o'clock in tiie mor- ning had hem nltnckod and robbed by a pang of rubber and llirei- of the guard kill rd. The news llt'W like ;lfc!icity through the city and 1:1 less than an hour s-ei'ial gpntlemi'n iim-ng nboin were Mr. IJurtndo ifiln boupe of Mixquorn Iiurtadn Sv Co. nr.d Cnpt G. K Garrison of the house nf Giinis'nn Ss Fri'lz; together with Hh Excel- lency Governor Dins: and some fi'ly or sixty of the National Gunrd started nut in pursuit of the robber'. After riding out about seven miles Copt Garriion and bis friends came up ui:h Ihe irnin which had stopped and wn-.ni the wil- dest state of confufi"ii. Three of the guard bad been shot dining the attack. by the 10b-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 6 December 1851

H p iii II W I ij It O lAf P lit !fJ II Ji T CI -v- "" 1 li A JLl JJ Jil A i 1 & ll U U 11 jj g " - i i - - TatJUL iifJlKKUl.' J. 1 . . 'iiiwhii rmiiin.K-iaj-l i ii I . J -CHARLES DE MORSE L03- SHALL OTO BANIIEIt BHAVE THE BaEEZE-TdB STAIJDA3D OF THE TEES VOL. 9 CLARK SVILLE It E D RIVE It COUNTY. TEX; S SATUUDAY DECEMBER 0 i85lT EDITOR ii. PROPRIETOR. NO. Mr. Two Weeks Later From CALIFORNIA DEMOCRATIC GOVERNOR ANU MEMBERS OF CONGRESS ELECTED. Ths Disaster to the lYhalir.g Fleet Confirmed Ter rible liiol at Lnasrrcs Uu'xin incitement in California The Xew Ttrritory of Columbia Interesting Mining Intelligence Sta'e of the Markets. Jc Nevj YonK Nov. 1. Tlie sleamship Clierokec direct fio-n Chagres.arrived at 6J o'olock this even- ing bring two weeks later intelligence from Cali- fornia 400 passengeis and S 1919.103 in gold dust on IVe glit an J 5260000 in the hands or pas tengera. The news hy this arrival fully confirms the pre vious intelligence relative to the destruction and ll...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 6 December 1851

.. i PB iii3sm-JMuu-racB THE STANDARD A DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN JOURNAL Alvoc:tlfti3 EQUAL UlGIITS PRINCIPLES BEFORE MEN AND OPPOSED TO ALL CHARTERED MONOPOLIES CL ARKSVILLE; SATURDAY. DECEMBKU 0. 1851. V. 11. IAUIEK. I Hie authorized u'gcnt for thc.Smmlnrd. nl Ji"ctr YorU. Phllndrlpliiu nn! UoAtou. E. W. Wllcr Sc. 17 Sj. Chnrlci :rccl. for Ytw O? Icmi. No Advertising or Job Work' will be done at lliis office on a credit Terms of Standard. Slug;! siib4Cri;ilIouii. Sn ncltnncs Club of icuicnch -" Icur ' - - - - 3 00 2 SO ii 00 Kf'florial Clirtiiac. We omitted last week to notice thai diaries W. Westmoreland Esq. latce.litur of Th Jefferson Herald lad retired frum that position lie parts from his readers with a valedictory evincing kind lccling for thoio with whom his editorial career has brought him in contact and says: 1 am dune with politics; and though I have no en- emies 1 desire to see unished yet I have friends whose approhalion has cheered me in my short Ed- itorial career whom ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 6 December 1851

Itninljrratiou . Day after day fo come-s in unceasingly. When- ever we step to the doors or South windows of our office looking out upon the siuaro we see trains of wagons halted until supplies aro purchased and inquiries made about the country and the roads. Upon the southern lines of travel through the State as we hear there is the same ceaseless slrcam.ev- cr moving : a sort of Mississippi of human lifepour in" its current by various debouches into our State. Assuredly the increase of our population this year n.ust be very great. Auitrta. ll will be perceived by the Telegraphic despatch upon our outside that the Austrian Minister has de- w manded his passport and thus puts his Government upon non-intercourse with ours. This was what Gcnl Cass proposed to Congress to do on our part when that Government was committing its cxecs-es in Hungary ; not to recognize it longer as entitled to the courtesy of diplomatic intercommunication. Congress did not deem it advisable to take this sta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 6 December 1851

ft- ARIUYAL OF THE 1JALTIC AND CANADA Kw Tori: W9. Farther Decline in Cvlton The Ctinnrd ncT.jiuT Canada anil the Collins stpnmrr Bnl lie have nrrived Tin: firmer left Liverpool n tlis- 55s li. anil ilm hitter on ilie 27ih ult Ci.Hon. iiiri: the dcpailtuc nf the Europn on ihe J5:h u!t lias declined n quaiter. The market was xcrv dull. The t-trnmship Aft ion ran ashore on the tiirt night after having left Liverpool and was impelled t put hack The Canada was sent in her place. Itussvlh. Ko-titli arrived at Southampton mi 1:10 2.'3 i tilt and was teceived wit li gteni 'iiitiiisinia. The U. S. fleam-hip IMt-?iijiii sailed for N-w Yuiit wit!) the tialsiiicu of the llunguti- a n refugees. France Loom N ipoleon has funned 11 nnv Mini- try in Fi:un:o. England. The English Parliament lias been itit titer jirorniseil iin.il .Ianaiv .Wir York. .Vcr 10.12.V Jlnival tj Ihe Mississippi. The United Stales Mcuiu frigate JJis.-issipp: arrived to- ilay wiih fiirly Hungarian refugee. . K$st:t!i. Kossu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 December 1851

K 5J -j; CHARLES DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUH BAIINEH DSA7E THE SHEEZETHE STANDARD OF THE THEE EDITOR ii PROPRIETOR. VOL. 9 CLARK S VI LLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDA V DECEMBER 13 1351. NO. 15. r-auw r--. -.. m Mcr . nn mm. .lr. rSSKs. liVyRA i.-n ?SCR37n ?VtV BX7K RIPS .n RSSSFTO rl tV&. ftSZi CT5V IT ft-!i FBV. .- ha fcsfr "Era uts3 $& r enm " -wna tt Tsir && htth &a mT gr& m i?n& wa. H E3 52 fca H R3 ta E8 fel FI - a K IS Kg S MB E I VA Hi fci. Ed V. " a a ? KA PJ CI E-l W PZ PJ K B im VS BBmBIb HH vb 22 VS i fr?vii Katl K3 riSjTatJ jar-re 3s u&! -&S C?2 riu E&&3 KLuJ fnf S55s'' csS "j yil 3 &-' 9 From the Panama Herald of Oct. 16 Thrilling account of the Destruction oj a Whale Ship by a Sperm Whale! Sinhina of the Shipll Loss of lico Jioals and miracuioiu escape of the Creiclll We have just received the following thnl- ling account of the destruction of the whale ahip Ann Alexander Captain John S. Do- ulois or New Bedford by a largo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 December 1851

zscrpifa r'lrcr'iTxis-i'ATIAT.KVIDRNCK. Thn Monticrlb Watchman contains the proceedings of the tiinl of Wm. U. Palmer chnrgod with tho murder of his brolher.Tim-nfhj- Palmer in the town of Mnmnkaling.Ncw York in May last. There was a quarrel be- tween tho brothers as to the tills of certain lands nnd William had threatened main tunes to kill deceased it he persisted in cut- titij; wood peeling bark Sic. on the premis- es in di-pnlo. One witness tcslifidil:' "William said that Timothy was destroy- ing his wnnd;hc did not like t'o'liave him there and would not have him and would fix a plan that he should nut slay there; that ni August about the "time his mother died witness ask- ed him how Jih mother was; ho slid she was not well that she had been :i mother once to him hut now he wished to God she would not five two hours;she was no mother to him she turned for 'liig Tltwidcr.' William general- ly called Timothy by that name. To another witness he said if he had put a ball through Tim...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 December 1851

liver to $ucli a called early their letters and papers. w were accommodating them ; but if really we were practising an imposition on them we are forced totheconclusion.that instead of a chameleon we area gnoje. The Msjor in his observations makes a little menace that we don't like to pass otcr in silence. We understand it to mean that unless our course ii changed a petition will be gotten up and uc turned out of office. Now let it be distinctly un- derstood that our course such as it has been so (hall it be. We are not to be intimidated ; but in- tend to pursue the even tenor of our way regard- less of all that may hereafter appear in the Nor- thern Standard ; looking as we do to a higher au- thority for guidance in the discharge of our official dutiw. J.iL!Ti.0MAS- Ml IE. De Morse: . In the Standard of last week you say"lhe post- " master showed us a list of mail departures for the last sixteen trips to Boston. It had not been taken from the Office at tlte propor hour any one time...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 December 1851

CATHERINE HAYES. Her f'( ciccll concert iplcndnl success. Last evening (wiys the N. Y. Herald ofthe 12ih uH.) Catherine Hnyc-sgnvu the ninth n nd last of her present series of concerts in thi ciiv.with uiipvamped success. The house was not only ciouded to suffocation hut it was necessary to turn several away who made .application for tickets too late. We never saw Tripler Hall so filltid hefore; and never werhnps. ws equal enthusiasm manifested to wards a vocalist in this country It was a tribute to the Soul of Song of which a queen might feel proud. Theie i- a peculiar charm and fascination about her ingtim. It is not like the s-turs wildly -piiitualIy blight hut imparting no life or heat; nor I'ke the meteor's flash; or the coruscations of the nuiora borcahs beau- tiful jet cold; hut it is like the quickening iiifying sundifliing its genial warmth over till who come within its influence. It awa- kens the emotions of the human heart from their lowest depths. Miss Hayes was in excel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 December 1851

ffi u Ts IT fa H "P If IP II i r T1 I Is P If 3 I? a sis a e&sw? 3 ) f'H ty-f '' CHARLES DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER ERAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE TREE EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. CLARK SVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDA Y D E CE MB E It 20 I Sol. NO. 10. VOL.9 & i&Jfa k A v WMm rfijuS hcbh 9& Aw it Si JseIi cda -1 c& ksess " hi lltBapaBMiiMBinMlgm aeoggi ...... - - . -. . . ... - ..mjiii'n--T n.Jr-j'i-ui j .ii'Wi.i..iti i vn rjr-n .jmir RAH. ROAD COISTVENTION. At McKinney Collin County Texas for appointing delegates to conventions at the Cities of Austin and New Orleans. At a large and respectable meeting of tlie citi- zens of Collin County at the court House in the Town of McKinney on Saturday the Cth of Dec. 1851 the following proceedings were had. On motion Dr. G. A.. Foole was called to the chair and G.T. Barnett.appointed Secretary. The chairman in a briet and appropriate manner ex plained the objeclof the meeting. On motion die Chairman appointe...

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