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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 23 January 1851

</.r- .Court Proceeding*,- --- ¦'-,?¦ , The Court was called at ten o'clock on Monday mornlng,'ahd, after disposing of some rules &c, of not much general interest, adjourned to 2 o'clock in the afternoon. At that time the grand: jurors were called, and aftfr receiving the-Charge from the Court, retired to the cor^deratira. of their duties. The first cause that'was called for trial was the Commonwealth vs. John Deakin en an indictment found at last tirm for nuisance in obstructing the road. This was a case where from tlie evjdcn.eeit appeared that the defendant had changed the site of a,certain road from the place where it was laid by theviewers appointed by the Court; . and though the road seems to have been improved by the change that was made, yet the principle was clesrly stated by the Court that no man had a right to change a road as laid by the viowers a single rid,and if he did so change it he was liable to an Indictment The Jury under this charge from the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 23 January 1851

. ~—. e Things at Harriaburg. The most important subject now before the' Legislature, is tbe remodelling of the Judicial districts Mr. Packer of the Senate, on Tnesday week, introduced a bill dividing the state into twenty districts, and allowing the President Judge'of each district a salary of *2,000. This bill has the 10th district composed of the counties of Susquehanna, Luzerne, Wyoming.and Sullivan. On the 15th and 16th petitions were presented in the Senate bv Mr Sanderson, and in tbe House by .Messrs. Reckhow and Mowy, providing for a plank road from Montrorb to Harford in this county. The. one presented by Mr. Sanderson was for its construction from Montrose to Lcgget's Cap railroad. - . Several members have presented petitions for the repeal of the Small Note law, one of which we see is from Northampton county. Petitions also for several new banks have been presented. In the House, Mr. Dobbins isdroduccd a resolution relative to the tariff in the following words: Rt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 23 January 1851

. . ¦» Gov. Johnston's Letter. The following is tbe letter of Gov. Johnston dodining the proffered nomination as a candidate for the U.S.Senate: HAttnisBraai Jan. 1651. To+tke Honorable Whig Members of the General • Atsembly. - . j GasTtrMES-.—Accept my cordial thanks for the expression of confidence and- friendship Implied in tbe nomination for the office of United States Senator so kindly tendered to me; Thig additional evidence of continued attachment of friends is duly appreciated, and will be most gratefully remembered. | It is my duty to make a prompt and unqualified declination of the position which your: nomination would assign me. In 1848, the people ef Pennsylvania conferred upon me for the term of three years, the office of Governor. Before the election, pledges were given, and by the acceptance of. that office renewed, that my entire energies of body and mind, should be devoted to the faithful performance of the duties of Chief Magistrate, and that the promotion ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 23 January 1851

City of- GSs&m CelebiutioDU ^ThecominUibie n*trinb;charb^jof ^- ebfittiop; Invited (JjeGoRern^ Head* of Itepartrjwntar Canal CommitiuWre, -and too mehibeM of tbe two Houses, to. partcipate ib the eeIebration,inthe.dtyof Philadelphia of the arrival of: the first,, of a line, of;/Eurapsao •teamert at the commercial eroporium of aur State. :M«% dignitaries left here in a special train on Friday afternoon and arrived early that evening. :The next day they were received bytheMayor at Independenw Hall, and proceeded fr9rothenco to the steamer; after which they were shown njany civilities by the good citizens at Philadelphia.;- ¦..;-:¦.':¦:• '¦':¦'¦'-.' ¦'.*.'¦. ,'.' .''¦¦ -. At four o'clock on Saturday they assembled at the saloon of the Chinese Museum, to participate in the celebiation, and from the desenptions given in the Philadelphia papersv3t was a banquet worthy of the citv. After the good things were diiposcd owpecchea were made by Qovcrrfor Johssto.v, Hbn. Jambs Bpci...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 23 January 1851

N.Y. and Erie EaOroad. The Dunkirk Journal of the 10th gives ta accbnnt of the opening of this road to For-¦ est»ille.^::ItaayB:-r /'/ ''''.'."' On last, Wednesdariaftemoon, Jan.8th; Col; Silas Seymour, Engineer of the Western DivUibn of the N. Y. £ Erie Railroad, accompanied by several of the contractor^ the PresidentandTrusteesoftbe village, and s large nfl«b«r/of citiwni, left the depot of the Company on an excursion^ to the village of Forestville, eight miles east of thispiace. - " '~"Ori arriving/at PorestViHe the party repaired to the; public house of B. Tubb'a, par-s took of refreshments, cassed the'jconipli.mentt of the occasion with the citizen* of that village, listened ^ to; appropriate remark* nad8 by several gentlemen, and then; returned—the tworune beingaccompiishediugood time and without, the slightest accident to mar the festivities;of- the occasion/,.-,,: ,; ',;,, -. As this, wan intended forato'attrir^taa Locomotives Dunkirk and Orange were bothrun over the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 23 January 1851

TlinK at/WasliInoloDf; 1 Tbe follbVlng; Buaunaryof 'the doings at Washington fur the fore: pat' of .last week, fajfrom the SussexEegiater. ¦ -: './.'/.-' .'¦'"' 4./"/'// in the Senate, oa Bloadny, a yarwty:.of peUtons were presented and referral The bill granting to Wiscoawua donation of tho pablielonds, toaupply a deficienqr in a former grant; for purposes of internal improvements, was wkca up and paread. Mr. Fetch made a speech lagaintt tbs Sill: to give the PubUc Lands to" tho states ia which they are situated; after which the Senateadj'oumed. ; In the House, on Monday, a resolution was adopted granting the u»e ofctlie Hall on Saturday, the 18th iuat, to Asa 'SVTiitney to explain W« project for the construction a'railroad from tako^ichigan to thfe' Pacifie ocean. Mr. phandler's resolutinn as to the expediency of reducing the value of our silver coins, was referred to the Committee on Commerce. A declaratory resolution, that it jWuld bo. inexpedient to repeal, the j Fugitive...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 23 January 1851

.*-. 'Flax^and-'Cottoh;-' V';;?///// rNThe attention of many both in Europe andjunerfca, has been directed to new improyemeotein ffie process of separatiogthenbra of Flax^ frrtm/.the Woody and worthless portion of the stalk, aad which, it is Claimed, tinablcs tho grower to prepare his flax for tho market at a small andtrffingaxpensa. It Is well known that ths gmwbg jg& of late years, has been nearly or wholly cBspenied with, eft account of tho trouble and expense in cleaning and its general roamifactare. Cotton has superceded it formost uses, although'producing an article of much less value,, but being cheaper,has gained general preponderance. The fibro of -flax ia much more durable and stronger than cotton, and it is asserted that by the new invention aB the natural strength nf tbe fiber Is retained. This new process Lasted .to tho practical demonstration; of another invention which adapts'the fiaxfiber' to cotton marutfacturca. /If these inventions are.wliat they cla...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 23 January 1851

^^ . Where is Critic Chase? Mr. H. J. Baymnnd, one of the editors of tho IS. Y. Courier and Enquirer, has been elected speaker of tbe House in the New York Legislature. In the customary address delivered on taking, his place in the choir, we find the following passage: " I shall seek to give roch vigorous practical effect to such rules as shall best attain the design they ate intended to secure." Surely the learned arieiet of Harford rausfgo pver.there, and see that the King's English is not murdered by such Liliputians in Literature as Jlr Eaymond. SSrOur L. 8. Senator elect, Jlr. Brodhead, is in favor'of a modification of the tariff of'40, or at least he is eo represented, and his election is;claimed by his, friends as.a tariff victory. He was a Mernhfirof Congress when that act was passed, entirely opposing its-pa*soge. If Mr. Brodhead will use bis influence and.rofc in favor of protection to tlie Coal and Iron interests of Pennsylvania, tee «ha!l cot regret that the demo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 23 January 1851

siiiiiiiiieisiiR.;/ t:..;' ,".,""'' / -"'-"- '-- '' ¦¦ ¦ ST1XLMAN rULLER, Acting Editor, {during the absence of thepublister in the duties Ofhis appointment as Deputy Marshal.] . ^t^DAT,- JANUARY 23,1851^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 23 January 1851

the Greatest Discoter^of tifeftAgs • There has just been brought to light the application of a powertoAwA is to supersede entirely tkeprtsmtsteampowerofihewofld Thb announcement may stagger some,. hut the discovery/, when it shall be divulged, will •tagger them a thousand times _ more; ¦ It ba^beeo made by an Eastern man, who has completed his models—tonei of which will be rUf^ted at Washington, assbpivas/ patent rignta'anall bo secured in the different European counttles. The machinery/is entirely perfected-~the power is a motive one, and tteasi has: no part.in creating it.:" So simple and economical are the principles and application, that two tons of Coal will he sufficient to drive the largest ship-of-the-line' around theworld! . . • :".-,--- ;- We are not at liberty now to divulgemore - of this wonderful discoVery; but, we predict w|tb the greatest confidence, that a-short time only will elapse before a total revolution will take" place throughout the world * in our ^mo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 23 January 1851

. --'--. ..'."* : - "i • GoYernmeDt—T-CurioGs Disclosures. !. The .Washington Union,; among its other afflictions, one of,which is being called a Free Soil press, and another is fighting the correspondents of the newspapers who do not agree in opinion with the venerable editor, has a very petty quarrel with Mr. Rives of the Globs, which is very nmusiug"and instructive as it shows how Government organs are created,, how supported, and "what influences control tbein besides the independent opin» ions and conduct of the publishers and editors. . .Mr. Eives Charges that tlio §50,000 paid by Major Heiss and Mr. Eitcljie for the Globe newspaper were the funds of Government, removed from the Sub-Treasury lit Philadelphia, and deposited, in the Middletown (Pa.) Bank, of which the lion. Simon Cameron was President, for the purpose of establishing a Tyler organ. That President Polk consented to its being afterwards used for purchasing the Globe, and pledging himself that the bank shou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 23 January 1851

] iPaibe's LiOHT^ThelVbrcester Spy sayr that Mr. Paines received, by the last steamer from England, hw letters patent which, secure tahira and hirassdeiates thg benefit to be derived for hfs, grand aiscotery l>y the people of Great Britein./;/ -{-. - ' .* / , ' ; > * , ' ¦ /- '""! ¦ Eon Jesse D. Bight was re-elected to the U. S. Senate by the; Legislature. of Indiana on the llthinstHe was hotly oppressed by: some of his brother itbebfocos,vbut, being nomineted in caucus, he received the full support of his party in the Legislature. The. St. Louis Daily times says,:f five of the millers of that city have volunteered to present" to Mr. Clay all the flour that he will need for the balance of his life at .Ashland. They have' made/the first 'shipment—five barrels each. '•"¦', '.'.. ¦ NOTICE. Have top ait done Kilukq ?—Years ago when tho.Purk market was dull there were enough ready to fat a pig for theftinter. Now, that Pork will bring Cash, who thinks of bringing a bi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 23 January 1851

/ THE REGISTER. PUBLISHED EYEttV THCR8DAT BT ¦;-, ¦;>// James W, Chapman. ;'; Advance payment in Cash per year : Si oO lf.patd within; the year,.,| / 2 00 lf.uot at theendof the year, '¦ ." /. 2 SO •: -FRBaMAN, HODGES"& CO, IMPOItTEBS AMD, JOBBERS, ¦ •; '•'. 68 llOEBTV/BTREST, JSEW! VOiiK, / . '-!"¦- (Reluxcn.Rraidwayattli'&atoau,) - - ¦ /:. ARE now receiving a rich and beautiful assortment of Fancy Silk and Millinery Goods, to which'we would particularly invite tho attention of all i cash purchasers, nnd will make it anobject for them to give'us a call, as wc ate determined to sell pur assortment, Jor Cash, lower than ever before offered in this market, ; ,¦ ; Milliners can supply themselves with every article in their line, at about tho cost of importation or auction prices.v Many of our goods are manufactured expressly for our sale, and cannot be surpassed for beauty or low prices. ¦¦'"!¦ ¦•¦:. ¦ • Rjcli Hat and Cap Ribbons,a large variety.-Silk and Sat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 23 January 1851

4^j.-JB|-' . **rJBi-:«L^JJ>CMf,L.';lf'Wi'> t^—tuSBV-. : //7// < - sa.^& smssisa .//-:";- - FASHIONABLE TAILOR, "TX/'OtTLD respectfully inform the inhabitants n| ; T y/: Montrose, nnd vicinity that he occupies the shop 'formerly occupied by John Groves, and would solicit a; share of their patronage. -Having engaged the services oJP. A.Locre for the winter, he hopes by strict attention to business to meet all orders he may-receive.-..-;... .'.-j - - ^ /. '. itjji,' Cutting dmie. on short notice, and warranted tofit if made right. ^ Montrose. December 25,1850. ¦ '.-•'• , 'AbMlNISTRATBIX* NpTICE. ¦ VrOTIOE is hereby given to nil persons intefest-X% 'ed in the Estate of: Natoa:? LATnEbi., late of Brooklyn township, deceased, that letters of administration have been granted to the subscriber, and all persons having Claims against the said estate are requested to present them without further delay duly attested for settlement ' . ¦ -i -'--,"• CATHARINE LATH...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 23 January 1851

ea Hotaentnall.Brotben j$& - & CO. Patent Black Indeti ffiwBJEBg^ A purely Wack and truly flu-Wf^^Sk , ¦ ent. article, |<rith .tts "torrosive W^S'. - -r^B*' Pro P?rt 'e='' 4"' without liability p» ~ ^__ Itt thicken by age, reebnimeadea . W^SSSIS 9 thq clerks bfj varions ptiblic'offi-Wt& ja! m *"*! ^* ^'"S;"10 bell Ink on all ral ^^M accounts now in use^j^P* if put ' ^SiBiBE^ in clean vessels and not mixed ^W*^^^g with other! ink—For-, »ale"; in' ' KS^ffiM^I quart, pint; and half-pint bottles ISWSBBP byf -.:: -J.OTHERIDGE., .Montrose, Nov. 27; 1850..: -.' r - W6T20S NOTICE js hereby given that the firm of E. A. & Q.Pratt hoi this 1st day of December, 1850, bv mutual corneal dissolved.- ¦ ...'-¦- ' •-:-']. E. A. 6 O.PRATT.;. The business willjiereafter be condpeted under the firm-of Pratis <fcj Co., who will keep coristantly on hand wholesale and retail Solo Leather at New; York prices. E.A.PaAifT,) • ¦ ¦¦ ' ;¦¦' ¦'¦ .> ¦; O.PnArr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 23 January 1851

-'V-r/-;;;SOOMAimr^«BS,-:tv;:/; A good assorlmtnt of Boots asd Shoes emb«« ,eirig_MenV coarse arid fine Boot*, Boys' Bocto andShoci]-W' omenVaud Misses o^ttct^alw.i ¦ -/U":!/'.. clothing; '.;/".;'"/... Embracirig':a great variety ;of OctrcoaU, Eaeli, Ttieeds,&cj a large' variety of Vests from six shillings ;up wards, and .a good assortment of Pants, Shirts, wrappers and drawers—ditto ;,, v :-¦"- r- HATS <b CAPS ( / ;- -,/;¦ Silk ctid fur Hat?:;Plush, Fur, Mohair,Clotb and Glazed Caps, fall fashions/for «eii,'b5ys and enildren-—"- " V-- ,'.".""¦¦"• \'S "'¦¦':¦ ¦ • L/-: ¦/'-.'.'.'" -" y\3QOK8 AND STATIONERY!. ?¦ v School and ruigcellaueous Books, Staple and Fancy Stationery, luks. Inkstand^ Pen-racks, Penknives and a great variety.of fancy articles too numerous to enumerate, jest received at / • i FULLERs, J ;).,;-. First door above Searlc's HoteL Muntroao, October 26,1850/: ' ' A '-'- • ¦' . - ---' "SLEI«CAI,CAJB3).'^ DOCT. PATRICK finds, on. exatnining into fbtf s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 23 January 1851

teE the W^xX;xM$$M!XxxXxi^ -^rid^nrnmx5rie;of New* England' p»- Srs.on tho subject of FrniUatidiliud' -Fruit . .,ee>gives u'3;the/;follo^ng>^mte,;;wbfth SWVwort^pf *tbie ^ jhira5"'-^-'/-/;;' */;'^//-lry//"/;v":|/;/:K;// / ._>&, single, lateral wd, ^ve.rrtoppingrbl'ancii if ofsdme!aize,'ia/surerto/cripri!©,-if:rt6t to pre' jfetitjthe gjowth'of-the; brie-yon\ingraft; anftih ^ uniifete^ .# S^M-.|h^.fiountiyv:vv> correctthe^systemMfina^ytfinotheriyiaaiex-^llentoperator^. ;^eTernedyjs to fill all theconsio^ra^eiBpimosiiDra^clies 'of once ar/d.rfip"w^he' Beasoitadvancesy th'4 monogoliMffsbirit/bf"thoseyoti leave as investijrs-1•Atar>^'''¦"•'¦,' ":: i^-' - '¦">-'*'-' . *:.~- ' -;.,'":: '-.; 1 - ' -r~ ' -W^'¦-.-.%,< ;; ¦ -.,---. VVV-.V :-V-V ..'./-,-:.'; ' ^^ ^PeSpecjing Aesize,,nnd.age; of trees for Srsrfgng,it seems ncitto be known, that vijro^jftnd/n'ot;years/ is ;;the" ttirnirig jpoiht: 'of Jwc&wbiliiyV'^ ?B/^n^cpunt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 23 January 1851

n,. „;....,, ,v.fjnjjng-. Bacons ¦' -¦•- -^ ')/>We are generally requested every fall/ by some young housekeepers-, to give,a- receipt tp.TOake good bacon; The grand- secret of laying"good^baeon is to Eave'good -hams or "shonlders.tdinakeifof Youngtliriftyshoats, that have a'due mixture of fot.arid lean, affbrdthe best biwen.. .These shou1d;:fe salted - enough to make;it agrer^Ie;toth'e LWte and no-morer than;weirsmoked.-:r:' .".'^:/:,.' . -vSomfro.rth\Southern^ J in'lsome.'.is ..dfele'ctable; V 3V"tn,'; P. ^,'Bowie, Esq.,' of PHnc^, Georges', Maryland,.!*, few years ago, fumished-.tba-Commissioher of j : Pitents tbe following -receipe for maiiagj good bacon.;";""In'theJf rst j>laoe,''. says he, j ¦ ^hbgsare.fed.abundaritly\with corn for sis, " j 'j I i -orieigbt weeks before'oeing foiled.;^ 1 weigh one thousand pounds of hsma-' (smaller Iravmqrints"matyhave similar'proportionsj) "and * take'three;, pecks,' of satt-^-three,. pounds" of Ealtpetre, two;quarts"rof...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 23 January 1851

fei^fie^sicdebr^^^^ ; MEb.iciN^^-^^™.</a'rri'': ^*>°^''^anf ; tnouslu approved !~-Tlu!' Productions' 'ofali . ecnsedSurgeon andPhysieian of 20 ¦years'prac ¦ ileal experience. -"V '' " ;/."-'-"' ltArFEBTy'sBAiM."tir.tt3ttT!AD.—-Among all -the renjediesbefore the" publie/lbb stands pre-eminent in^ha" .early stages-.-.ofjCor itwription,- Rronehitie, Caiarrah; CmghsiIIoatshes»iAs^aiS pUting of .Bipod, and for all affections bf the ,pulmoflary,orgaiis occasioned by cold.: Too much praise cannot be bestowed upon this; rcmedy.nnd the proprietor urges any,qi»^ccted; wiUi.arry o^;tlie;above com.-plamtSjtasecureltatonce. ..-i ' ,,, ..-¦.:.. ^ ItAFyiaTv's FiuiLX-, Piiia-r-The- best, Fatnily Physic now in the,Country for sick, head-achei costtvencsaj cleansing ,l^ie'. stomuch. of bUg/'purifying the blood, .carrying, off; diseased. bumoreand restoring,ncaUb.; ; -..-,-.,;. l;.-;; / - -• ....;; ;.; .;./ ., -KA4EEair»FEitAKE Sto>TXT Pii.ts.-i-For,reriioving female obstruction...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 23 January 1851

i KsiiMii 1 -;;;t_- A%Serpti«rKodi ywnw,*^^^**!^^ Y^H/EACH'n&fl&TW Tnatt Dba adfly-One bottU cobtsffitaff;04 49«e> Mr TtTcnry-One I>nyi»: .'.'i;.:U : ^Vit t:: -:' ;'l^%\m-p*. Bfi^wS& ¦;¦ ^MSJE^-^J^^T EP'fSB y b nmtpvt , a? in QVAJIT BOTTLES, «nd if of tiW nioBnudi ^al ttrcatfh and tfjatcy u that ia tbe maU.Soitltt^ .i:> - ¦Thocreut tmerimitpaT^taii Ftrsirirfu <mcr 8i*w?AWtt* BodaUmhur<iniiIjirir^leiRCs,7iisylttscBi»jaeuiireb«BndaN^ stood'rrrnn'the followrcg-fiurls; Tt»st-^b«wifo U net «nhf potwrnif u jwrtiwwof It* mcdltuiion, tbd Fvjlb Zsstactot r. JSarsapariHa,; Yellow Dpckj ¦ ^ • Cbcmr ^n^. Soasafrna Barks, - -:..'::-[',___- miT4 •traa<jl$, rapre power/uUv concentrated, and targe? fiumtU txa of bi^ of tiwaa pinrpUh U&othbottl* out ihsb txSfaa fijoad • in any bottle Qf swilcma, called Extract if SartojariU^i j- . // Bnt, s^coNtrt.y—bccamoa'hU Yurlatr aliopommmtoo medical tfktes fO&' htaUaf cfrtwtTr/...

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