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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

riNANCIALi Alfl> _COSISIHRCIAL.. The Money Market. _Philadelphia, February 13, 1861. The stock market was strong at the opening this morning, bat was off again at the meeting of the second board, and _clesed dull. Pennsylvania Railroad shares gained i, and Camden and Amboy _sharesl. The Passenger Railway securities are heavy. Bank stocks firm. The money market is without change. Another million of dollars has been brought into the New York bank vaults by the North Star, just arrived from Aspinwall. The Hew York Post ef this afternoon says: The stock market has reacted from the extreme prices ef yesterdayand closes dull at the decline. The railroad shares are pressed for sale it a reduction of lali per cent. The business was large on time, and sellers'options were put out freely. Kew York Central closes at 77|a77i; Illinois Central, 77H77I; Galena, 71|a72; Toledo, 33ia 331 ;Bo3k Island57_*a57i-The State stocks are steady, with considerable business in _Missouris at 66a66...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

_pfr E CITY. BKments this evening. Bjfc _Cla.bkb_'_8 Arch-stkhkt T8xjl*&*< ¦Bre _Bixth.—" Pauline "—' Dowager." Hrt Tkkatxx. walnut and Ninta ¦»,— _^Kuovernor 's Wife." HKldtkqs. Tenth and Chestnut streets.— _^n Biereopiicon. ^¦( Olympic ( lateGaieties), Base street, ^¦Xhs Seven Haters." HBtasic, corner of Broad and Locust sts. _^_RBtipn of " BoTse-tatning." _Kuu _Hotjsb. Eleventh street, above Bs EkUi, Chestnut Btreet- "Tho Tern _^ ¦^_"•_Sigfior _BlitSi Btjildinss, Chestnut attest, balow _^_MfeV gh k Co.'s Menagerie. _HKtlXKY, 910 Chestnut street.—" tinde i»_g ' s Dat.—This is St. Vatittle is known of the good saint, :his festival Is one of the most _Calendar. Some think he was a stanza, from a song before us, nfirm the supposition: «hid the morn awake, •rimer now declines; )ird dnth _ptinnse a mate daj-.St Valentine' s at good bishop's sake ipand letus*ee beauty it shall be t fortune us assigns." _es make the saint a Presbyter, unite in fixing his _martyrdsm...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

SFEOIAJL. _NOTIOJKS Watoh thb Health of your Children.— Worms are a prolific source of sickness in children They are seldom free from them, and b? their irritation all other diseases are aggravated. Convulsions, as wel; as &t. Vitas'dance, have been superinduced by them, and death has been caused _inflXtreme cases. Whenever the symptoms are observed, such as disturbed sleep, grinding of the teeth. lWhlns of tho nose, weakness of the bowels, slow feva>, variable appetite, and fetid breath. ' JAYNE'S TONIC VERMIFUGE should be resorted to without delay.. It is entirely harmless, is readily taken by _children, effectually destroys Worms, and by its tonic aotion invigorates the whole system.-- "¦¦ ¦• • ¦ • '_, '" -: : ¦ .: ¦ . _" :;¦/ ,- ¦ .- ¦ _- ¦ '¦ . ¦¦¦ ¦ It is prepared only by Dr.D. JAYNK & SON, 848 CHES1 NUT Street. ; fe9,13,16 Saving Fukd. I AMERICAPTJUIFE INSURANCE AND TRUST COMPANY. Office 8. _&. Corner FOURTH and WALNHT Streets. This inst...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

BY THE MIDNIGHT MAILS The Virginia State-Convention. WHAT IS _BXPKCTKD OP IT. The Richmond newspapers are elaborately discussing the duties and prospects of the coming State Convention of Virginia, to be held in that olty, Tbe Richmond W/ng_% which represents the Union feeling in the Soath, looks npon its meeting hopefully, and trusts that it may materially and permanently aid the good work of Union. The Whig says: " New organizations mast then be formed, and these organizations mast refer to living questions. The salvation or destruction of the union is the great question of the day, and the new organizations must range themselves with regard to that vital issue. Old things have passed away, and all things must become new. " Unien" or "Disunion" is the issue; and " Unionists" or "Disntiionists" must be the party organizations and designations. Tbe conservative Whigs and Democrats of the South and the conservative Republicans of the North, mast unite in forming a new Union par...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

_gPMNC_* TBA_33E-1861 JOSHUA _L. BAIL1_T, IMPORTER AND JOBBER, NO, 313 MARKET BT-REET, PHILADELPHIA. Is now prepared to offer to CASH AND SOUND-OREDIT BUYERS One of the most attractive Stocks of FANCY AND STAPLE DKY GOODS TO BE FOUND IN THIS MARKET. We invite _speoial attention to oar LINEN DEPARTMENT. Whioh at this time comprises a full assortment of our own importation in SCOTCH _AND IRISH LINEN GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, We have, also, a full line of BLEACHED AND BROWN COTTONS, Bought during the panic, for sale greatly below present prices. ALSO, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN PRINTS. IN STANDARD MAKES. We have made arrangements to receive a supply oi MANY CHOICE STYLES OF GOODS, And shall maintain A GOOD STOCK Throughout the season. Buyers will find our Stook ALWAYS FEESH. AND PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWKST. feU-tf YARD GILLMORE. & CO are now in their new store, JAYNE'S MARBLE BUILDING, NOS. SIT CHESTNUT AND 614 JAYNE STREET PHILADELPHIA, and have opened their SPRING IMP...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

P OOR RICHARD'S SYE WATER—Laboratory REMOVED frem Penn Sduare, to 9_^4 AHCH _street, third door above Ninth, _whern it will be _snld Wholesale and Retail, and by Druggists generally. fe9 8t » STOCKS AND BONDS BOUGHT AND sold on commission by JAY COOKE fc CO. iaM-lmif 114 South _THIHD _Ptreet.. ONEY RECEIVED ON DEPOSIT, and Interest allowedby JAY COOKE * _^30.t ja28 lmif 114 South THIRD Street. 1 ISOURRENT FUNDS, SPECIE, &o, _U_^_t andsold by _^ 'j&flSJISfe. DRAFTS AND NOTES COLLECTED br JAY COOKE & CO. jaaaimif 114 Sonth THIRD Street. _J% IEW YORK, BOSTON, AND BALTI 1 _™ more _Exchanee bought and sold by moroto * JAY COOKE * CO.. jUff-lmif t_!4 South THIRU Street. ME SS PORK—100 BBLS. NEW MESS PORKfor sale bj C. C. SADLER * CO. del? lO3 » BfiH f-trAtit. M _dtv>r tthn-r* Front-GAUTION. —Our CUSTOMERS are hereby notified not to pay debts due us, exoept to ourselves, as we have no author: zed agent to ooHeot tor REMOVAL. — S. R. •. ' fptl* ADAY ii&a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

Iarikg _Kobbsrt.—Yesterday me after twelve o'clockthe hat i the _northwest corner of Eighth tswas robbed of about $65 worth rlndow has one larg e and valna' hich is left entirely uncovered at this pane a large hole was broken, ken from the window. A large , is the inside of the store, from )_oscd the thief dashed the stone IBs, which is very thick, and reible force "to breaK it. The officer d not have been attending to Ms uarily would have heard the noise eaking glass. ^¦_Iives. —Several days since an ox _^Hnre _stolen from a farmer in Chester, ^¦mj, and brought to this city. Infor-^K at the Centr al Station wh ich led to _^K_^ro _Germans, who it was afterwards _^Hhb guilty parties. They had disposed _^Wp at a slaughter houseSixth and Kli a part of the meat bad been sold _^H&c order to cover up the theft _^HpA horns were sunk in a ditch, _^^Bto» afterwards found and recognized ^^¦K$he cattle. The accused were both H_^VI > by Alderman Lentz to await the Hpn the aut...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

LEGAL _INTELLIGENCE Distbict Coubt—Judge Hare.—Charles H. Soar & Co. vs. Aaron S. Deoh, defendant, and William E. Manlove. Before reported. Verdict for garaisb.ee. Peter Malone vs. Richard C. Ridgway. Before reported. Verdict for plaintiff for $450. Jflwood R. Norney and Andrew Norney_, trading as E R. & A. Norney, vs Henry Sohmoele. An action en a book account for goods sold and delivered Jury out. J. F Johnston for plaintiffs; F C. _Brewster for defendant. Moore ts. Planigan. Before reported. Verdict for plaintiff. Wm. J_. P. White, assignee of Jno. H. Odenheimer, vs Wm. T. LewisJr., and wife. An action on a mortgage. Jury out. Gilpin and Biddle for plaintiff; Samuel H. Perkins and Northrop for defendant. District Court— Judge Sharswood.— The Globs Mutual Insurance Company to the use of Alanson Marsh vs. The Commonwealth Insurance Company. An action on a policy of reinsurance on the bark Speed Non-suit entered. H. P. Montgomery for plaintiff, andHazlehurst an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

The Southern Confederacy. WHAT TBS KLKCTIOH OP DAYI3 AHD STBPHZRS SIGNIFIES. The Columbia, S. C. Guardian is jubilant over the election of Davis and Stephens as Provisional magistrates of the Cotton Republic It says: '- The gentlemen composing this Provisional Congress have discharged their high trust in a manner that mast command a hearty _< well done' from _^ their respective _constituencies. The very unanimity and harmony that have oharacteriied their whole proceedings cannot fail to carry with them a vast moral influence. History records nothing eqnal to it, and the « _Cohtedbbatb Statks of North _Ambhica take their positions among the nations of the earth with a presti ge and influence that will command respect from every Government whose recognition may be desirable. " The Washington Star takes another view of the election of these gentlemen, and thus reasons: " The election of Jefferson Davis to be President and A- M Stephens to he Vice President of the ' Southern ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

MARINE INTELLIGENCE. BEK FOURTH _PAOE. ARRiVEO BaTlr Conrad. Salisburyfrom Rio Ue Janeiro Deo SO, with ftbout4 000 bass cofleeto Thos A _riewhall t, 8ona; encountered very heavy weather the entire passage, during which split sails, sprung spars, and sustained otherdamageof atriftingnature, «,. ¦ -. ' Bark American. Christian-12 days from Salt Key, TI with 7.4G0 bushels salt to Thos _Wattson & Sons. _Pohr BellBarratt 6 days from Wilmington, N C, with naval stores to Baker & _Folsom. ¦- ¦ Breamtug D 8 Stetson. Russell, 3 hours from Chester, having in tow Bohr Lizzie Maul and R H Shannon; .towedthereto _aohrB E Williams, W A Wood, and CS 8 team tug America. Virden10 homra from Delaware Breakwater, having in tow barks Conrad and American. Reports that the bark Alex McNeil, for New Orleans, went ta _nea yesterday at 6PM; _uohr Evelyn, for Havana, off _Liston'B Tree, »t 1P M, under _oanvass_; bark Orand Turkfor _Cienfuegoe,and _sohr Helen,for Kingston, Ja, below Reedy Is...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

ABEL & LIILAND'8 Unsurpassable Entertainments of MAGNIFICENT PiCTORIAL _ILLUSTRATIONS, Will be given at the ASSEMBLY BUILDi«GS, THE STEREOPTICON GIGANTIC _STEREusSoprC PICTUJRES, 34 FEBT SQUARE Representing the most noted views and interesting objects of Nature and Art. comprising B.EAUTIFUL _KCENEK¥, CHAEMINS LAND8Cf4PE8. _PANORAMIC VIKWS.OF CITIES, ANCIENT RUIN8. The finest specimens of ARCHITECTURE of all agei »nd nations, a_« reprment_^_d m their CHURCHES. CATHEDRALS, ABBEYS, PALACES. CASTLES. MONUMENTS, ARCHESBRIDGES, PUBLIC EDIFiCSS,Etc, And choice specimens of m ANCIENT AMD MODERN STATUARY. Together with a number of interesting views on the Line of the PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL EAIli-HUAU_, . ¦ ¦¦ local _f_^_Bmi_^^_mmss ko.t ko-, aus COLOSSAL _PORTRAITS ¦ ¦ 2 OF • • „ AMERICAN HKROKa ' AND STATESMEN, All of which are produced upon CANVAS COVERING _biJO SQ.UARB FEET, With surprising and almost _magioai accuracywith all the _porfeotnosa of the Bternosoope. and at whioh f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

_fY^» PEOPLE'S LITERARY INSTITUTEL_5L Closing Lecture of the Coast.—Rev. HENRY WfBELLOwWillleo&reon MOND*Y EVENINO. _February 18that CONCERT HALL. Subject.— _« Theories of Education " Tickets 26oen_»s. For sale at the Hall during the day. Lecture, quarter before eight o'olook. fel3-6t* _fYlsr " OFFICE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD IL5 COMPAN v—Philabblphia, February 11.1861. NOTICE TO STOCKUOLUERS.—The Annual Election for Directors will be held on MONDAY, the 4th day of Maroh, 1861, »t the Office of the Company. No. _3_ts South THIRD Street. The Polls will be opened from teh o'clook A. M. until six o'olook P. M. No share orth_^res transferred within sixty da_^snext _precedioE tbe _election will entitle the holder or holders thereof to a vote. _EDJH.UND SMITH, Iel2-tmh4 Secretary. rrS_* MACBETH-SHAKSPEARE'S TRAGEIL_? BY.—^"Maobeth" will he read and analyzed on the AfternoossofraURSnAY. the Uth »¦».. . tOOH-4 o'oiook. at the ASSEMBLY BUILDIHG. Tickets for tbe whole play81. Tickets...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

New York Stock Exchange—Feb. 13 SHC05D BOARD. ZTi-OOTre'y JO _^ ctN.100 | 60 Krie _BaHrosd......-S2 2000 Tr'y 12_^otN-._161_% 3iO Harlem Preferred..mi «jnOTenn6s9O 7a_« so go _tiX '%i 4000 Virginia 8t Bi ....76§'a0O do...:•_-!-"' *T3 MOO Missouri 86«..b30.85J_* 100 Mich Central K.--. 6}tt _ISo Del L & W 1st m..97 ISM 111 Central Rfop _. 77 100 Chi & RI B..-.S30.87_M M _< lev * _PitMb S B.-M 100 ao. SIH 100 Gal & Chi R~ -*lH}f£ 200 Canton Co.---..14_^ rO do _tW l\s 30 Pacific a»ail8....8* 80 «|o _*'_» 100 N Y Cea Jl_«._opg.77_« »80 do. ¦:; «| ISO do- p&o T!% 200 do Sio7i_% _iao do ..p&o.77«;_iao _*9-«_vti:* ¦«* 300 do * .d6O.77M'1_M Clev & Toledo R. • 33 THE MARKETS. A_»heb are unchanged. a. . -wr_. _.* FLotrR. &0.-1 he market td-flay for Btote andrw_^- _»i>n Flour i_« heavybat _pnoes _ari«*1 « th O_%i™_HWnJ _BhftBge. with sales of 8.000 bbta at _SSfflB 05 for ?™^ StateS5.K_«®5.20 tor extra do. S5fflS.05jor _...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

_^_HkTal0 mki —Akntjax Mekp- HS|| of discipline in vogue at the H_^K _pol seems thoroughly inadequate H_^Hbdua _tes with politeness and aelf-^H_^ _Bcal Aluami meetings have long HEfHtbout regard to good order, or ^¦M the meeting of last evening was _^Kvaal _impropriety : _^Hr In these cases appears to arise Hbe bad behavior of newly-elected ¦_pse whose limited communications Hn have not atoned for maoh had ¦ Md in the school. Members of the Hg> now attend Alumni meetings must _Htttt of all juvenile contempt, and Hpusive on the floor of the lecture _^H _fcaiid execration We do not soru-¦EHigh-Sehool ethics, as expounded _^_pFTOIleys of Hooting, screaming, and _^_Bmo a very low grade of moral and ^¦Mopment. _^Hf tdu&tes must form an association _^B peir numberor become hereafter _^_Ereless in the aSkirs of the associa-¦Hence of a policeman in the hail of \\\\\\\hj possibly exert a salutary influ- Hlg are the _Alsmni officers for the _^ptepb en Benton ; Vice Pres...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

AMERICAN ACADEMY OF MUSIC JOHN S. RABEY WILL GIVE HIS FAREWELL LECTURE ANB EXHIBITION OF HORSE TAMING IN PHILADELPHIA, AT THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC, THIS (THURSDAY) EVENING, FEBRUARY 14, AT HALF PAST SBVBN. The horse " Turco," now noted for his long and severe struggle with Mr. Rarey at a former lecture, will certainly be present, hm appearance being guarantied bi his owner. _H.J. Riurphj, of Wilmington, uelaware. Although Mr. Murphy _reoortg this horse as displaying s more farooioug and _viotous disposition tha» *Vbf, and roeards him aa irreducible to human control. Mr. Rarej will prove to the audience his oomplete power over him , will play with his heels, wm lead him with a straw, will throw a saddle oa his back, and will beat a drum _oyei himthus demonstrating that,under his system, he oan be reduoed to perfrot gentleness. * Other vicious _subjV _p ts will be _introdnoea and subjugated. ''Cruiser," "Lilliputian, ''an4 the _ShetlftBd Poaios will also be _©xhlbitea. vu _° «ww»»v ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

Philadelphia Markets. Febkuab-y IS—Evening. The Flour market continues depressed and dull, and o nly a few hundred bbls found buyers, part for shipment, at 9sa>_8.12}_£for superfine " ; 86.2505 60 for good extra, and extra family, and $6.25(96.60 for ianoy lots, as to brand and quality. Rye Flour is steady at $3 62)5 _^ bbl. Corn Meal is du ll, and only ISO bbls Fenna. meal »old at S2.90 W bbl. "Wabjlt.—Prime lota are scarce and -wantoil, and a «w ,8w>»U Bales only are reported at _®125©1.38 for red, gJ?J5*^ for prime Penna. in store ; white is quoted at f 1S6O1-4S, aa in quality. Rye—about 800 feus sold at 68o for i_*eana., and 6*o for Southern. Corn is not so plenty, and pnoeB are better, with sales of 2.600 bus new yellow at _oeaeso _»n store and in we oars; some damp so d at 00-and old « ego _^ bus Oatt are very dull ; sales of 2.600 bus »nme Penna. ate reported at 32ss32_^o in store. Babk « wanted, md a small aale of 1st No. 1 Quercitron was made at ®26 _^ ton. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

_^Kl. for Fkbble-minbed Ghil-^_v_« recei ved the eighth annual report _^_Bt_>B- jthe following statement ex-^Kmt number and condition of the ^¦J Bber in January, 1360.56; admit-^^ntotal, 112- RomoTed, 25. Present _^^_fcffheso there are males, 59; females, _^^KPennsylvania, 52; New York, 3 ; _^^H | Massachusetts, 1; Delaware, 2 ; _^_Hgginia,4; North _Carolina, 1; South _^^ ia, 1 ; Florida, 1; Alabama, 1; _^_HtDssissippi. 1; Indiana, 2; Oaio_, 1; _^Bmbia, 1. Total, 8?. _^H _joved there were: Improved, 16; _^Restored, and now attending school, _^_Bsssful service, 5—total removed, 25. _^Hblitt ed there are : Epileptics, 6; _^_KT defor med, 8; healthy, 11; with ^¦_fadmHted, 56. ^^¦_tted th ere were : Mutes, 9; semi-^^_pt defective artioulahon, 19; with _^_Ktfon, 13—total admitted, 56. _^_Bnber of epileptios, 11; scrofulous, _^_Bt; wit h chorea, 3; healthy, 15—^H _^ of mutes, 21; semi-mutes, 20; _^^Ertienilation, 22; with correct ar-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

CITY ITEMS A Novbi. Vameniink.—We were ahown, yesterday i a novel Va'_entine whioh a witty young lady had prepared to send to her lover. After teUwifi the story of how earEeetly she reoiprooated the fondness of her Adonis, she assures him that the only Way to secure he__ love _ia perpetuity is to continue to wear the elegant garments made at the Brown Stone Clothing Ball oi RockhiU & Wilson, Nos. 603 and 605 Chestnnt street* above Sixth. Wants.—There are three wants which never can be satisfied; that of the rich, who want something more; that of the sick, -who vant something different, and that of the traveller, who says, "Any where but here." The Turkish cadi said to Lajard," After the fashion of th y people, thou hast wandered from one place to another, until thou art happy Red content in none." Happy is he whose wants are moderated to the _possesaioB of a good suit of clothes from the "one pride" fashionable hasSar of Granville 8toke», _i»o. 607 chestnut street,-who...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

_^^_Hrbbrt. —Yesterday morning, _^^_Hnk the ehoe store of Mr- Matthew ^¦p266 _Sonth Twentieth streetwas _^H«en who effected an entrance by _^^ K&ack shutter. Mr. B ond wood and ^^¦_NBl sleeping in a room adjoining the _^H_^ the gas burning. They saw the _^^UB and commence to ransack the ^¦^ were so terribly frightened that ^¦ i to give an alarm. The rascals Hkt $30 worth of shoes.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

GOAL HOUSEKEEPERS LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST .'-BUY YOUR COAL at HICKS' where nothing but the very best _Lehich and _fohuylkill Coal is offered', at the followine reduoed prices: Lehigh, Broken, * gg, and Stove.....— -S4.7S per ton. fichuilWH. " " •' ....... -4N " LariteNut-- .~. — 3.60 " ¦W arranted free from slate or dust, and fullweight. at HICKS' Yardnoutheast corner of MARSHALL and WILLOW. Call and Bee. jall-Sm

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