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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 31 July 1852

1 X .MR. CLEMENS EULOG YON Mil. CLAY. Mr. President- I should not have thought it necessary to add anything to what has already liecn said but for a request preferred- by some -uf the friends of the deceased. I should have been content to mourn liimjn silence and to leave it to other tongues to pronounce his eulo- gy. What I have now to -say shall bo brief very brief. Mr." President it is no less than three short years ago since Pfirst entered this body. At that period it - numbered among its members many of the most illustrious statesman this re- public has ever produced or the world has ever known. Of Ihe living tis not my purpose to sneak; but in- that brief ljeriod death has been buy here;' and as if to mark the feebleness of ?!l human' things his arrows have been aimed at tlie highest the mightiest of us all. First died Calhoun.- Aud well sir do I remember -the deep feeling evinced on that occasion by him whose death has been announced here to-day when he said. " I was his seni...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 31 July 1852

-ui piDr.G.G.SoM.VRD an amiable and respeeta- b? physician of our city; also Cajit. Strain of Fort Washita and Air. ). Ju. fcudam ot .Ncvv York who accompanied the expedition for pleas- ure betides others of les- note but whose lots to their friends will be nothing the lets on that account and will fill their hearts with badness and grief. An express left "here on Thursday morning for Little Rock with dispatches from the comman- der of this post for Washington city. AiaTDOTE. fou Poison.-Mustard is one of the best and always a most convenient article to be used when poison has been taken into the stom- ach. 31i a large teaspoon full of it in povv der in a tumbler of warm vvaterand swallow it at once. .Sjlt docs not act immediately a an emetic take another. As soon as the i omiting is ovcrswal- lor a tablespoon full of oil and you are cured "without a stomach pump or doctor's bill. . Profits of Stock kaisixh. In 1842 a gen tleman in Brazoria county who does not like to -see his. name...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 31 July 1852

rf SPEECH OF' JOHN VAN UUKEX. At the-'grcat Katificatiou iji New York the crowd was greater and the persons composing it more enthusiastic than had been seen in the old wigwam for yean. After several other speech- es the cli.Tirm.in introduced to the meeting -Mr. John Van Huren. Theentha-iainof the meet- ing at this ijiut became more intense than ever and they shouted cheered and clapped with most deafening industry. At length Mr. Van bureu was allowed to speak lie Kiid: Fellow citizens that 1 have not had the pleasure of raising 1113- voice during my past life m Tamuuny Hall was caused by circumstances which prevented my doing so until 1 came to man's estate; and in the later jears of my life circumstances arose which would have made it disagreeable for me to come here. He lud.hoiy- uvcr the honor of 1 eeciv ing an invitation to speak here to-nigh! and he took the opportunity of congratulating thenuthat a ictory had been now achieved of the gi eat principles of democracy over priva...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 7 August 1852

v THE NORTH CHAilLEl DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZETHE STANDARD OF THE FREE EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. VOL. 9 CLARKSVILLE RED R I V E R.O 0 U X T Y TEXAS SATURDAY AUGUST 7 1S52. r NO. 41. N JT Jl WHAT 1 11 ij i h ns if H n jj aaV W Kl kffiitfirb W WMJ aCri&a T .anaa i KV 1M US KB W Wm MO. HUNTER'S EULOGY ON MR. CLAY. 3In. Huntf.u ro-c and said: Hr. President wc have heard with deep ten itv what has just fallen from the senators tiic places thus made vacant on the stage of pub i 31 V lie affairs. Rut it inay be well for its-.who have wtTi much more cause to mourn and to lament Midi ' " ' deaths to pause amidst the business of life for 1 I...J ...a 11 .. I. rt lilKlhl .... tlin ....... .. .F ....1 I .lT .1 ... ws nave precuutu "' "- -... v. i-.. ... jmiijiusu ui c-uiue-iiipiaiiug uic spectacle ue- jh voice of Kentucky and upon this occasion ' fore ii and of drawing the moral from the pis tin has a right to speak in mingled accent of ing event. It is when death seiz...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 7 August 1852

- -u'" y Gen. Ilaiuilton has publisltvdacard dated at ! Washington City lo Texan creditors to-accept The fulloxving letter from Col. Smith of Nexv the portion offered by Texas and inform him n.iinpshirea nthM.ian-ho ren.lsrod dwtingiiWi- r .1 e . l w 1 :.. u i .iwnloa to ed scrxicci to the Americans in Jlpxteo during the of the fact at A ashington a it is uncles to . )y Q ' j; fctnisslc any longer for the lull amount. ...... i . .... r... .i.i .; .-& Parch half a pint of rice until it is brown then boil it as riee is usually-done. Eat slowly and it cures the moat alarming diarrhaji. Ca.vLLE.os for A Ship H.yce. The Ame- rican Navigation Club the L onion Times say. challenges the ship builders from aportofGre.it JJrilain to ahip race' with a cargo on board from a port in Eiiclud to a port in China and back. ''Heai-cu knows." savs an unknown writer "how many simple letters from simple-mind-J cd women have been kissed clien-ticu or ivjp. over by men of far loftier intellect. Theref...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 7 August 1852

ti nansnci UsTSmic sccoml in importance to no place in the West. Now gentlemen of the Convention citizens of Arkansas and Texas docs any other road present to yon such advantages Jrom its connections as this? You have heard of the project of a Kail road from New Orleans to i"t. Louis through Arkansas; and its importance has been held up to you by the gentleman from Louisiana. "What advantage could that raid present if finished which this one does not of- tcr to vou in a greater decree: coiuciusns has been said about a contest for commercial suprem- acy between New York and New Orleans. With all respect for the better judgment of un friend irom Louisiana 1 think that jiution is settled. AVlieu we see New Yoik turning the Mfes. upstream and taking from N. Orleans the wealth that enriched her for so niauv years; and when we see her also taking produce from the seaports of Texas just under tlie suns ot New Orleans; wc cannot longer doubt the result. Then what advantage 1 again ask will ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 7 August 1852

i J 1 I -f kV ctj X . jfc y 9 J M EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE.; Sl.DlY iUMVO Al'RII 2fcth lbo. Have just returned from Preston where I went xesterdax" having long had a curiosity to we the place Passing oicr the same unniry iuglv pittur- osquc country vvhich.ei en where hereabout meets thoeve and making a semieirclc of 8 miles- wo ot to Preston. On the way we found some prair- MASS MEETING At a meeting of the citizens of Duiton Cottn- .". held on fln -Mill ibiv tf .Tnl- 1V ..t l. house of John II. Ilalltoid in said countx. The !-. rrril In. mnCto I ..ugiuuuinnia l"nooi ineir teuti- thteo icohitioiw to the mcctinc of the citizens uiB.giociou.truuioiiriailupMijf Dallas Count v in the Town of Dallas on ll.O I ..III I nllklir I IIP hi limn.. T ln.1 1m . 1 ' ...v M v xiv . ijtuiuxcjjjatuniav next. and A No In the Attornev General of the State and othcr'nutters. "row in-: out of their Con- ... t ... c n ... . ..t.i . ie flowers which neither my companion or myself jPtruttion and the action o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 14 August 1852

RTHERN STANDARD w CHARLES DE MORSE LONG SHALL ODK BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZETIIE STANDARD OF THE TREE EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. VOL. 9 CLAHKSVILLE II K D II I V E B COUNTY TEXAS SATU11DAY AUGUST 11 1S32. NO'. 42. 1'tr n ! lo$Um ('Hiur. hl.t'EPTlON OF Mr. WEBTEU IN B03T N - Tii" reception given by Iho citi? lis of IikIoii ftth" II Pan int. Wi-AWio. yesterday vvasov-e-v way worthy of tbcoeea.-iin and of the man. 'IiK wholi papulation of tlic city seemed inspir- es:' w idi '.' sentiment and united in die utlcr- jiu fa most enthui istic and sincere welcome to th. .at Viucro-an Utsnnn The greet- ings nhich burst in loud acclamations from the . iv ' whiih thronged our streets were the t .' i-i 1 spontaneous expression of the heart. . . unmistakable evidence tint the inhab- . dr.- part f the I iiiou preserve nnim sounded a Kill for this gathering. All that has boon done was to notify the jmblic of this oppor- tunity . S v how the public has seized it. I'u.h mm is h're promptol by his impulses...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 14 August 1852

From the Kv. Statesman. MR. CLAY'SOTXERAL. Seldom has there lcc witnessed in thiscoun- trv such a manifestation as that which occur- red o cr the remains of Mr. Cl.vy on Saturday. The city was enshrouded in mourning; cicryl . jl. . l....An -..4 .x.i ir 4 It rk 1innA ! house iu the business portion of the place was ! draped in bhek all the pri ate residences had the usnil badge which indicate the vi-its of thc fell destroyer. Auo's all the principal ' streets were thrown archc festooned with solu- ble drapery the court house was draped in black the monument erected in the public smiare. to the memorv of William T. Barry was lnmg in black and evcrwherc the ec ic- ted upon the evidences of mourning tor our reat departed citizen. ' C The l-emains arrived in this cilv bv rail loid from Louisville on Friday evening "about half past seven under the eseoi t of the Senate Com-' mittoe Mesrs. rnderwowl. Cass . Tones. llous- ton Stockton and 1'ish accompanied bv the L.'j.in"ton Coinmitto commi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 14 August 1852

Ksmt-au v c 3P ? caoo tfT. LATE OF NASHVILLE TENNESSEE TV 7"OULl) respectfully inform the people of North ern Texas that he has just oiicneil a More on the Square in Clarksville where he will deal in Waiclics. .Icnclrj: Silicr lIaic(. nml Rrillai:- i.t Ware Cuttrrjr Kesnliit ami I'aiicy Gocilw Ilis stock which is-csicii-ive consists in prrt of . v-w kulu -S..M. Oil r.lh ll.Weill.s Ol.I tfcSZ? l'iNs. Finger rings Ear rings Vc UgJsSbi.an -"'"rd chains Bracelets. lEo OOLD AMI SILVER WATCHES WirM Ve.-t ilovc hltirU Curt pins Xcciditcc Watch kevs Lockets Thirahles; an extensive nssirtniciitineliiding some rich articles. Gold an.l silver pencil cases ' - .jd-s-ami GoM pens. 5jFV2siu Snrrvn.rs.a v cry large assortment . with Gold. Silver and Six cl frames. .Pi. iTriiirtnK of tin best nnalitv. coiisistinr ""Sp'of Candlesticks Castors. Waiter. Cake baskets. S? Tea sots. Cups etc. Silver spoons warranted as fine as coin. Urn u.for M'isonsSonsof Tcmpcrance.Odd Fellows also Military goods. cpau...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 14 August 1852

Froic the National Tntclliqcnccr. r3K0M THE FAMILY LEI EXTRACTS PKOM THE FAMILY LET TEKS OF AN AMERICAN LADY IN EUROPE. London Junk S. I can j-c.in.-cly lielicvc my senses but they a&xurc mc that lam awake ami at last in dear ilim rainy -superb Lwlon! Not until vvc ftcameil into the grand Euslon station did I re- cover from the belief that it was all a dream. Wc found ourselves at 0 o'clock in the vrell-t'li-hioncd railway carriage. which as you know hold six persons and arc tjuile comfortable enough for fclcen should aiiy in-n-ihlc being feel :o inclined; but far from me fled tho ilroiv- s.y go 1. J vh in one continued state of de- light with the novelty and the cxiiii-itc coun- try. There i nothing bold but thchnd is un- dulating that ! through the much libelled re- gion we traversed; and by the way I thiuk that Wilms mistaken in Mjing that from the speed i( English cars tha scenery is like a piece of rccn silk unrolling; for the motion is so very Mtmotli that one can look at ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 21 August 1852

SSB23 fSa Egg 1 D CHARLES DE MORSE LONG SHALL O0R BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZETaE STANDARD OF THE TREE EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR: VOL. !) CLAltK-SVlLLE BED HIVElt COUNTY TI1XAS SATURDAY AUGUST 21 1852. NO. 13. r9 na In 3 Fj 3 dlkE n Rsa si iS IP ftJEi Inl Pa S3 F era o I y0 gmm e3 KGesa sJee jsstJb & i "- PBKSBYTEltlAN GENERAL ASSEMBLY (Old School.) This Ecclesiastical body met :it Charleston South Carolina on Thursday. Upwards of two hundred clerical and lay delegate. from va- rious parts of the United States were in attendance. Hie meeting was opened witn prayer 1)3- tlio Bev. Benjamin llicc of Ohio. An able ami impressive discourse was then pronounced byi tho Bev. Eiv. 1'. Hi'Mi'imnv of Louisville J Kentucky the Moderator of the last General ! Assembly. His test was from Mathcw 7 17 ' 'Even so every good tree bringcth forth good i fruit but a corrupt tree bringcth forth evil1 fruit;" and his theme was "Presbyterian Then!- ogy in its developments." At theevening session the Kcv. .Io...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 21 August 1852

PlNA T II E S TJjV D A R D. A DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN JOURNAL. CLARKSVILLE; S A T U B D A Y A U G U S T2 1 1 S 5 2 FOK PBES1DENT. FRANKLIN PIERCE Of civ Ilmuivtltirc FOE VICE PRESIDENT. WILLIAM R.KING Or Alnb.intn ELECTOKS. LEMUIX D. KV.VNS GV M. HKiAX GEO. W. SMYTH It. S. NEIGHBORS. V. B. Palmer is our authorized Agent for the Stan dard at New York Philadelphia and Boston. E. W. Wiley No. 17 St. Charles street for New Or loans. NO ADVEETISING OS JOB WORK WILL BE DONE AT THIS OFFICE ON A CREDIT. AGENTS FOR TEE STANDARD. l-innr Count;. Timlin County Gray sou CoiAc -Denton. Dall i - KHi -Tarrant. Collin - Jiihn I! Crulilock M. II. Ihvon 15. Vi'. liraillcy. l'.Iurord Clement- Y. A iron Hill. A. V. Lnvd Co. Clerk. T. C. Hinpc .1. 1! Mel'luroH Count; Clerk 1". JonI in liolit. ntzliugh Villiam Fitzlingli K. lncli!i. Aim. liilibiril C. H. Hill. KWiiiljTC Hopkins M. K uifni in V.in ..null Honkm- Subscription in advance $250. 1ST" We are indebted to X". C. for public documents. Hon. Win. A-he ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 21 August 1852

tid&l puqioscs for necessary purpos.cs of Nation al defence. 3Tusl is the word the necessities of her situation with regard to territory and commu- nication from the Sc.it of Go eminent to the wes- tern line will compel it. It w ill be no grc.it affair to consummate; and once well under way by indi- idual or State enterprise it will bo completed. Wc nre :is sanguine of it now as w c were fix o years hucc have never in tho intermediate period cn- tcrtjincdadoubtofit. It is. one of the necessities of the Age which the progress of the Age will com- pel the performance of. Bells Ki .g m LiiiTMM?.-l)iiringa stonn iijJoson on Tiuxl.iv cu.li flash of lightning nali which it was aecoiiipanicil so actcil on the wires of the new fire alarm that ccry bell ill the circuit was struck pe.iling forth rounds as dis- tinct a when given for fire. Clarksville Classical MATHEMATICAL AND MERCANTILE ACADEMY. Undorthc suporintondancoof Ilov'd JOHN ANDERSON A. M. I R. 1 .V C I ! A Ij . rjnilE next sess...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 21 August 1852

WTODOOO XOTES'Or TRAVEL IX THE OLD WORLD. Written far the Rational Iiilelliyenicr by a ' Citizen of Wa'hinijtan. Home Aran. G1S52. Li.-t autumn on my way to the East I made tlie tiip ft 0111 Florence to Rome by Perugia ami the Tall.- of Tcini and va-somiuh pleased that 1 have ju-t repcateil it accompanied by some old actpiaintiMices. The roulis one of lhebe-t 111 Southern Europe and pi cs through scene- rv unsiirpas'-ed by any in Italj for varictv and beauty. 1 think it may be set down a- nfiord- ins a "better idea of the general condition of the Italian pcisantrv; te ancient and picturesque appearance oi me luicuor town-; me v.inc-i:c- injury) and whom we had taken to be hence- forth moi lal enemies came to help us down stairs and shake us cordially by the hand all round; and I vet ily believe they were sincere in their l egrets at our departure and their repeated wish- es of "buon iazzio! a Deo! a Deo!" The land- lad) shed some natural tears and cen the old woman who lived among t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 August 1852

Mr ENO CHARLES DE MORSE LONG SHALL OOR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZETHE STANDARD OF THE FREE EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. VOL.9 CLARKS VILLE R E I) It I V E It COUNTY T E X A S S A T U I! I A V . A l'OI'ST2 S 1852. NO. 4 4. TH RTHERN Icr 1 heard the shriek. I sank and then ro-c and thought 1 saw my wife I seized her by the hair 1 Mid for God's pake don't give out I have come to y our rescue I s-iid eati.li me round the waist "he caught me round the neck and I went under; I told her to let go or we should both perish. She let go instantly and tried to get hold of a rope that hung near for her and on turning back 1 could see no more of her I got hold of the braees and then pu-hed for the shore. A large colored woman From the Tine Delta. BURNING OF THE STEAMER HENRY CLAY. The detail of this heart-rending calamity in relation to which c have had several brief tel- egraphic accounts reached lis yesterday in the New York papers of the 29th and oOth tilt. The Henry Clay left Albany for X. York at s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 August 1852

other ami unwillingness uf one section to consent to anything that cm benefit another. Selfishness is always short-sighted. Its vis- ion embraces but a limited iiorizon. It has no appreciation of benefit to itself unless it can see it near at hand impending immediate. I can sec tint it would ba a great benefit to .every sec- tion of the State if a rail raid were opcued from this point to Memphis. T cm sec tint it would stir up hope confidence real enthusiasm even where that the value-of property at the hope of rail road extension would ri-c every where that busmc would flourish every wlicre. 1 think 1 can .-co that the interest- of the differ ent portions of the State arc identified and that the prosperity o one portion hum to a vcr great extent be felt in all. But unfortunately this is not so clear to all men. The number of tho-e who look at all be- yond the ends of their noses in thisvvorldisve- ry small; and miller still of tho-e who labor or care for any thing more than the pres...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 August 1852

s s 5 A List of letters remaining in the Post Office at Clarksville Tcsas August 24th 1S52. Adams Henry Allison James Bailey Nelson Button Joel II. Bates Spencer -Bankston James Bickham C. J. C'est vous que & c. Cade Joseph 11. Chick P. R. Dyer William F. Ellis Abraham Harrison Dr. Robert Hardin W. K. Hurt J. J. 2 Hooser John 2 Oliver John W. Osborne George Porter William Potter William R. Pary W. II. Rivers Thomas Rice Elias Steele Henrv Weatherlv B. T. Iloosor Xewton Harril Mrs. Dr. R. C. Jackson Samuel C. Las ley Thomas S. Lipscomb John A. Link Mrs. R. Maxcv Tnrbvfield McClishMr.'j. P. Miller X. C. Mowdy Miss S. W. Moore Pempsey Meadow Clement Martin W. C. McConnell James Moore Z. W. Notary Public Trov James 2 Taffe Joseph Vnsallc F. N. 2 West J. II. 2 Waglwurn W. T. Watson John Westcnnan Wilnn Wilkes Clement 15. Wanhnp William A. 2 JAS.W. THOMAS. P.M. Clarksville Classical MATHEMATICAL AND MERCANTILE ACADEMY . Under the superintendance of Eev'd JOHN ANDEBSON A. M. PftlXCIPAL...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 August 1852

T "From the Herald of the Uiiioiii pJViry WHAT AVE ARK DOING AT HOME. The Nomination of General Scott by the Whig Convention at Rtltimorcj was the most flagrant insult ever offered to the public opin- ion of a civilized nation. Throughout the Uni- ted States amon" all honorable and patriotic Whigs a sentiment of profound regret and mor tification lias oceii cxprc.cu. ino intelligent man doubts that the Whig party has now ceas- ed to exist ltd life has been terminated by an act of suicide so contemptible so undeserving of public commi.-scratiou that the best friends of the deceased will even rejoice in witnessing the funeral obsequies. It is no doubt true that common place men who.-c vision was not strong enough to sec the eagle in his flight have tried to check the grandeur of his soaring and they have pretended that Wcb.-tcr did not possess the elements ot popularity- ltliout exception those who pretended to be his fricndshavc plea- ded in excuse for the nomination of his peacock r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 11 September 1852

r THENOMHEBlfST -. tfT i-it r ( CHARLES DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD Or THE TREE EDITOR &. proprietor: VOL.9 CLABKSVILL E It ED It I V E 11 C 0 U X T Y T E X A S S A T U It I) A V SE P TEMBEli 1 1 1 S 5 NO. 4 6. THE BRIEFLESS BARRISTER. f" A BALLAD. BY JOHN G. SAXE. An attorney was taking a turn In shabby habiliments drcst; His coat it was shockingly worn And the rust had invested his vest His breeches had suffered a breach A cheerless and comfortless elf He sought for relief in a song Or complainingly talked to himself: "Unfortunate man that I am! I've never a client but grief; The case is I've no case at all And in brief I've ne'er had a brief J "I've waited and waited in rain Expecting 'an opening' to find Where an honest young lawyer might gain Some reward for the toil of his mind. " "Tis not that I am wanting inlaw Or lack an intelligent face That others have cases to plead While I have to plead for a case. " 0 how can amodest young man E'er ...

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