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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 8 March 1849

. . . MM ? 'jo vv ' STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., THURSDAY, MARCH 8,, 1849. No. 33. VOL 9. vMI EX iV I H - IBI W IU IH-: -:;' BtB Mr " U. ! r IM AM. i IB ) MMKm JMiflOlPl ! -f 0 ' K II' 11 I II II ' I II cL I I II I I I I I II; B I- - I I II' ll-'l -;v- ... . r. J- , --- .' x . .4;. . V " - . . ', ' t1 -i.' nCA) " " The whole art op Government consists in the Art f being honest. Jefferson. -. - - i , j. , . v , PublisUc11 by Theodore Sclaoc.li. flVnnfic Tw o dollars TEBMS-Tra-"-ry bVifore lhe endqf a,,a a w""- iv ' ,i0iiars S-Ttii dollars and a half. Those who l ecwvc innr I the ..rriPr or staee -drivers employed by Hie piopne- papers u j 37 j. cents, per year, extra. ilSrteTSree ideks'for one dollar, and twenty-live i -? i-Mrt-subSaentinsertion.The charge for. one and fe f ISm w2SS A liberal discount mode to yearly LfC-fl5: a,-a f thn K.litor must be post-paid. JCK;rs uui;agc" w . 1 JOB PMWTliVO. of larcc. elecant, plain andorna- lHaT'nfienIdl Tvpe, we are prepared to execute ev...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 8 March 1849

groundand ihe still smouldering slubs of grass became insufferable to his feet, and then he turned to mount. He nowr for the first time, looked at the animal carefully, and to his hor ror saw that every hair upon its body was gone and nothing but the bare skin left, and thai was to badly scorched in places, that it came off to the slightest touch. This was dreadful enough, boi water! water! water! he must have that, or they ould both die. Ho sprang into the saddle and urged the wretched creature along with the last energies of his sinking life. In nn hour he had began to erow dizzy, and the blackened earth swam round and roundr and tossed him to and fro ! Now a strange froise was about him, and as the lifting waves of the earth would almost seem to leap op into his face, he would catch glimpses of huge wolves careering: on them, who would turn up their fiery eyes to his, and howl at him with red hot mouth and lollingtongues ! Suddenly his horse rushed down a sleep bank, and ihere wa...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 8 March 1849

from Mexico. Immediately on : his arrival tarn this city, 1 called to pay my respects to him, and Jinrr him at home, left my card, as is the mm. A ew days aler lns met en Shields, . j,js manner towards me was so cold and re quire that I saw all familiar personal intercourse P gt an end, and of course I did not attend the dinner given to mm. i repeal inai 1 am nos. irem en Shields with " coldness and unkindness," for entertained, at that time, none other than the st friendly feelings towards him j and I confi fnilv appeal to the whole history up to this time 1 .f.,;Al nnA rinllf irnt t n t p r- f mir oerSOnui, Piuicaaiuuai, iu" ill . . . . . .i iU: J..lnrtinn A c In ht$ f Id. CO'irS tO SUppun. una uciiftiuuiii ..... bility to the office of senator, i can oniy say uuu I "propagated" no " report," here or elsewhere, jn reletion to it. In conversation upon this sub- , .-.J t CrionA n fnrt whirh thp TPfOrd ' rt 1 slij luu ivi iiiwiHi . . . w.- J tr i . ,; nAnrf ..till ooiatilioh. nnrl )f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 8 March 1849

1 1 1 ; . WaVrantcd?rtdera?PeiiaUSof a THOUSAND DOLLARS. Freefrom Mercury and all Mineral substances H M a M d Ccire for Fcvci and Ague. 4 Russleville, Putnam Co., Ind., July 17 '17. Dr. Wright-Sometime since vour agent left me a Supply of your Indian Veg'e Pills. I have found 'safti Pills lo be in great demand lately for the cure of Fever and AgueT Sir. Jas. "Boyd has a son who has ieen laid up with various other remedies, all of which proved of no avail. He determined to trv your Indian Vegetable Pill, and by using one box lie. is now sound and' well. Mr. T. Spenster had -a daughter, Mr. Hugh "Groves a son, and Mr. Charlss Nichols and three of his family were down at "the same time with fever and ague, and had al so tried the various other remedies without enect. Your Indian Vegetable soon restored them all to perfect health. I can assure you from what I have seen, your Indian Vegetable Pills may be relied on for a permanent cure of fever and ague Yours respectfully, Jacob Durham,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 15 March 1849

f V fTK :TOMttiy Lt f Hit 0 The whole art of Government consists in the art of being honest Jefferson. VOL 0. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1849. No. 34 ii published by Theodore Schoch. -mus-Two dollars per annum in advance -Two dollars Smarter, half yeariy-und if not paid before Jl J v rear. Two collars anu a nui bv a carrier or stage drivi ffnlil be charged 37 1-5 cents. ers employed by the propr le Krwv discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except per year, extra. E,i,r m?no i uiree wccKs iar oneuuii.ii,." j iinttnr in wrtinii. The charco for one sinu f itt.m-'--w" t:v r..ui . tivoniv.iin ;;constiie irec w IIJA11 letters addressed to the Editor must be post-paid. JOB .i nccnrimnni nflnrro. plppant.nlain andorna- li,a "i , T,rt unn nrnnared to execute evoiv description of i-iK. Circulars, Jtsm sctvixu, wutcs, StaBIK SiCCCIIHS, JUSTICES, LEGAL -AND OTHER PAMPHLETS, &c. IYn?cl with neatness and despatch,on reasonable terms AT THE OFFICE OF THE .TctSe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 15 March 1849

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN Thursday, March 15, 1849. The Cabinet. The following is the Cabinet of President Tay lor : "Mr. Clayton, Secretary of Stale. Mr. Meredith. " Treasury. 'Mr. Ewing, " Home Department. Mr. Crawford, " " War. Mr. Preston, " Navy. Mr. Jacob Collamer, Vermont, Postmaster Gen'al Mr. Reverdy Johnson, Attorney General. The nominations have been confamed by the Senate. The new Administration is now organ i'ed. The Cabinet is a good one, and, so far as we have been able to judge, it is commendably spoken of by the press. Mr. Clay's Letter on Emancipation in Kentucky, has at last made its appearance. He takes de cided grounds in favor of gradual-emancipation, and depicts in forcible colors, the evils likely to ensue; if Kentucky does not adopt the measures he suggests. f" The Hon. John Blanchard, a member of "the last Congress, died at Harrisburg, on Friday last, the 9th inst., while on his way homo from Washington. "He represented the Seventeenth Congressional district....

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 15 March 1849

Pennsylvania legislature Harrisburg, Mn'rrbS, 1849. Senate. The Senate on moiion of Mr. Tohnson, went into Executive Session, and nanimously confirmed the nomination of Sam uel Shaffer as. Associate Judge of the Court of Common Please of Chester county. jftlls read in Place. By Mr. Overfield, to in cerporate the Delaware and Cobb Gapp Rail mad Company. By Mr. Crabb to annul the marriage contract between Daniel Christy and his wife, of Phil adelphia. By Mr. Brooke, lo incorporate the Chester County Saring Fund Society. Also, a bill re ativc to publishing the accounts of Supervisors and Stiporinleridauis on the Canals and Rail roads of this Common ealth. Haruisburo, March 9, 1849. Senate. Mr Johnson, from the Committee; on Executive Nomination", lo whom was re f,rred ihe message of the Governor nominating Frederick Watts as President Judge of the ninth Judicial District, composed of ihe coun ts of Cumberland, Perry, and Juniata, repur ,CJ unanimously in favor of ihe nomination. nn mot...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 15 March 1849

Doctor Yourself ! For 25 Ccntsi By means of ihe POCK- iETESGULAPIUS,orEVE- UY ONE HIS OWN PHYSICIAN'! twentieth edition, with up wards of a hundred engraving-, showing private dis eases in every shape and form, and malformations of sthe generative syMem by W. YOUNG, M. D. I he time has now arrneu, ut;u pursun mii feriii".from ;ccret disease, need no more be- come ho victim of quackery, as ry tne pre- ascriptions contained in this book any one mayjnlu lo vjrs Hayes, 136 Fulton street, and cure himsell, inom nmurarico io uuisuiua., or the knowledge of iKo most intimate friend, and with one tenth the usual expense. In ad dition to the general routine of private disease, it' fully explains the cause of manhood's early decline, with observations on mnrrtage--besides many other derangements which it would not be -proper 10 enumera'o in the public prints. JjjPAny person sending twkNtv-five cents enclosed in a letter, will ie eiye one copy of this book, by mail, or five copies will be ent f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 22 March 1849

"em, 7 re. iim. male It is rjrv. 'th. anil ho fehly Pre. LV The whole: art op Government consists in the art op being honest. Jefferson. VOL 9- STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY; PA., THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1849. No. 35 eet, tho 'din rcu. this iir. Up n,r fin. pIEj)lijIicd by Theodore Schocli. Tn-n .l.illorc nprnnniim in nilcnnr.e Tn O dollars Ida'ouartcr, half yearlyand if not paid before the endqf ;ear, Two dollars and a Half. Those who receive their !5ners by a carrier or stage drivers employed by the propne-P-7 W,U be charged 37 1-2 cents, per year, extra, v i Dipers discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except 7drertisements not exceeding one square (sixteen lines) ncrio,i thmr. uopks for one dollar, and twenty-live Win c for every subsequent insertion. The charge for one and insertions the same. A liberal discount made to yearly a B7Ainc'tters addressed to the Editor must be post-paid. - aJTOJB PRINTING-. mrinff a general assortment oflarge, elegant, plain andorna- meiu.il ivti;, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 22 March 1849

Xeffersonian republican Thursday, March 22, 1849. Our Future Prosperity. 'It is gratifying to observe, says the Daily News, that with the change in the Administration of the 'Government the whole country feels a quickened confidence in relation to future business affairs. Not oven the adherents of the out-going Adminis tration express any apprehension that the new pol icy will be disastrous, either to mercantile, manu facturing, or general business interests. Mostxp tportunely, the state of things in England, ul this moment, comes in nid of our hopes and purposes at home. IVcxt Mayor of IVew York. It is stated that Horace Greeley, editor of the &ew-York Tribune, will probably be elected the nest Mayor of New-York. A better choice could not be made; He is a man among men above he smiles and frowns of all. Wholesale Destruction! - The most horrible story of wholesale murder arson and suicide we have ever heard of, is re ported from Warren, Bradford county, last week. It is said th...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 22 March 1849

Sp'eciilaliocis oti Parties. k Tho Philadelphia Ledger of a late date, has Henry Clay's letter to the people of Kentucky j nn the subject of Emancipation, is-a frank and I jnatily exposition of his views and opinions upon i ho following article on the subject and princi , subject ol immense importance not only to thatjpus nf parlies, which it would-be well-for the State, but to the whole Union. . We would be i Ll)COfoc08 l0 lead. The article contains many based to publish it entire, but our limits forbid. J has been well said, and as Ihis letter fully ' oycs, the "Locofoco Legislators who withheld jLm him their votes for Senator on the avowed v .j rtrtiir hnstilitv to his Free Soil princi- (irouuu j oles and lMnancipauon lenocncics, iur uute um him justice in their excuse if not in their deed. Mr. Clay an advocate of Free Soil not alone in remote California but in present Aentur.ky. " r t " I CI . facts, but which are so carefully told as lo scieen the Locofocos from the - odium whi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 22 March 1849

tr , if- Tor 25 Cents! By means of the POCK ET ESCDLA PI US,or eve RY ONE HIS OWN PHYSICIAN'! twentieth edition, with up wards of a hundretf engra vings, showing ptivate dis form, and malformation of ncta tn PVOfU O it n r- r tml fhe generative system uy w iuuiOr, M. The time nas nuw um.eu, mat peroun mji- fering from secret disease, need no more be- come the victim of quackery, as oy ine pre. hcripiions contained! m- this book any one may cure himaeil, witftour nmurance to Duismess, r the knowledge of the most intimate friend, and with one lentil tne usual expense, in au- diiion to the general routine of private disease, it fully explains lhe cause of manhoods early derline. with observations on marriage-besides many other derangements which it would not h nrnnnr m nnmfiratft in ihe nuhlic mints. r"-r- - r i - HTAny person sending twenty-five cents enclosed in a letter, will receive one copy ol this book, by mail, or five copies will be sent jor one dollar. Address, 'jjr. w. lUUlMt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 29 March 1849

""be- - . . V j9 ... 'o hi purify The whole art op Government consists in the art op being honest. Jeffersbk' . ..... m m.. " ' m- - i mmu nut !Urgical " f- - , ijmauLji i mijM i iiimhhi nnn ! iihibiwhhiw wbmmubmiilijiiji ljj.. h'ghl " Pre n Cos 1 in ih - and j circu Dflh, VOL 9. STRO UDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., THURSDAY, MARGH 29, 1849. No: fr published by Theodore Schoch. 7n-o dollars ' jer annum in advanceTwo dollars .v and if not paid bofoic the enriof fr Two dollars and a half. Those v,ho receive Iheir .ps hr a earner or autc uin" ,ui.mjvv.v; ...w , ir; will be charged 37 1-2 cents, per year, extra. TEK.Mr.-,r half voarlv ; ...d a ouai"-M , i mifl T;;,fc discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except le,C9M.f.ii option of the Editor. . , t ... reouiraAd -ertisements not exceeding one square (sixteen lines) 7.Sulr n7AJ..'H thro. -.- fnr nn tlnllar. and twenty-live I 1:1 H -en ai lvs en it, a feve: le D call ch .'ord ce l ilia iend nu Jiidti :si otiir 2!oo f3r evcrv subseque...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 29 March 1849

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN Thnrsdav Ularr.Ii 29, 1349. Den iirciatims. There is a great lack of harmony in the Loco- iocb rahl;s. The Lancastcrian, Carlisle Volunteer, and other of tho more radical joarnals, censure rertain members of their party in tho House of Representatives, who have not exactly " toed the mark" on the Bank question-. . The following extract from the Carlisle Volun teer i3 decidedly rich. Traitors in the Camp In the House of Representatives on Wednesday last, the bill extending the Farmers' and Mechan ics' Bank, of Philadelphia, passed that body by a vote of yeas 53, nays 39 foe professed Democrats voting with the Federalists. The bill, as passed, is' in accordance with the wishes of those interest ed it contains no individual liability clause, and indeed no restrictions of any consequence what ever. It is not often that we have occasion to find fault with the public acts of men known as Demo crats. But when there are traitors in the. camp, it is-the duly of every ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 29 March 1849

c-r.no. of U. S. Senator by the Peo- E...TIiefcIlowing Joint Resolution has pas PVile Senate of Wisconsin by a vole 12 to 3 Joist Resolution relative to a proposed a- pendment to the Constitution of the United Siates, concerning the election of Senators in Congress. Whereas, It is more in accordance with our nublican institutions to give to the people the offer of electing all officers of government as L as practicable : therefore : vJnlvrd. That our Senatora in Congress be nstructed and our Representatives requeued j ' nrnnose in Congress an amendment to the j restitution of the United States to the effect that the People instead of the Legislatnre of ,hc several States shall hereafter elect their Senators in Congress, by general ticket. The Mormonites.- These remarkable peo numhers both in this .1- are increasing m nil; " J I .... nunirv and in England. The London Globe qvi that mere is a targe ouuy ",o'oui ntiohborig districts who are preparing to em- ipraie and to colonize in Ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 29 March 1849

Doctor Yourself! For 2& Cents I By means of lhe POCK ET ESCU LA PI US.or kve. RY ONE HIS OWN PHYSICRN'! twentieth edition, with-upwards of a hundred engra vings, showing private dts-n-o in everv thano and CKri jppP form, and malformations of ni3 the generative ytem oy . i wuv. The time has now arrived, that person t,uf feriti" from secret disease, need no more be conwihe victim of quackery, as by the pre . nr vrtTTNTin if n LrtrlnlinM! C nritniueu in mis nooK any uno may cure himseil, wnuom uiiiuiinit or the knowledge of the most intimate friend, and with one tenth the usual expense. In ad dition to the general routine of private disease, jt fully explains the cause of manhood's early decline, with observations on marriage-besides manv other derangements which it would not be proper to enumerate in the public prints. YTFAny person sending twenty-five cents enclosed in a letter, will receive one copy of ibis book, by mail, or five copie will be sent for one dollar. Address, 'Dr. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 12 April 1849

TV" -: s .(; a.- -v, --- iniMhiiiminii riiiiMdhjiaiii ft fl -.: MMipp i 1 is vr ui- -v. . -O - The whole art ok Government consists in the art of being honest. Jefferson. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA.; THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1849. No. 37: 9 Published by TIteodorb Scltbcli. .,. TvV0 dollars per annum in advance Two dollars T??uirtcr, half yearly--and if not paid before the endof uiu- - T vo dollars ana a nan. inose wno rucir mui v a VPflli 1 . 1 1 1 . .-. earner or since unvers emmut ui uv mc r1"!""- f nipftrs discontinued Until all arrearages are paid, except notion 01 the tauor. ... ,:- i PiTinscriei three weeks for one dollar, and twenty-hve ....... nil..'nMi.fil mcori nn inRcnurvc ui ""i"" s-eineiiiv..- ...rfiincihos'imi". a linerai discount i - j .. 1 11 i.iiuio l- JOB PRINTING. . 1 jnrtmrntof larcc.eletrant. plain andornn- 5 . lilK ' O . . .. .-..- nvniil - memai i.i., J"rv ,V", "r ' r; tri In ite. Kill H fl iOli .1 I - JUSTICES. LEGAL AND OTHER BLANKS, PAMPHLETS, &c. Tnntcd...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 12 April 1849

showing the astonished Frenchman his closed hands. 'I am very sorry 10 inform yon (hat you have lost," and a smile of peculiar meaning played around his mouth. 'Ah ! sacre ! me shall never no understand von such gamp, Generate !" "Must understand it, by Jupiter !" thundered I ho General, once more placing his bands be hind htm. The Frenchman guessed again, and lost, of course. This was repeated several times, until Monsieur declared he could no longer play. 'Produce a :ubsiiiute, then !" cried the Gen eral 4,bv thunder! this must be played!" Monxieur then referred him to his worthy friend, the Yankee who, being called upon, proposed (hat he should be, alternately, entitled to the privilege of secreting his hands. But "the general soon gave him to understand that ibis game could only be played one way at the ame lime telling the landlord he might as well Station himself on shore with his rifle, as lie intenllcd there should be very little eqmvo cation in hn naming transactions. "' 'I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 12 April 1849

0 ler, on. 1.. ..I for In 1. nr. ira- in. Jch Ulf.i 61 'ct. al. led ent the 'onj to! les' of Is, of rnl en ) of 2j Of !J sa )!1 of d n- i rfIlC Elections yet to be lield in 1840. Virsmia, JsTew Hampshire North Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama, Iiidianna, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Latiisiana, Mississippi Texas, - '4 -3 April 24 June-, 6 Aug. Aug. M Aug. 'Aug. Aug. Oct. Nov. Nov. Nov. o 2 6 6 6 6 3 5 5 5 iai yj brother Brownlow of the Jonesbo 0Uih (Tenn.) Whig, could not resist the temp 1 0f being in Washington to witness the InaljraMon of Gen. Taylor, and while there l,e busied himself in sewing sights which he coiniiiiintcaied by letter to the readers of his tn;cy Journal. His impressions of men and limners are decidedly original, and his descrip (is are rtch in the extreme. A letter from k:m under dale of March 2, is before u?, from ffliicli wo make a few extracts : 1 have a seat in the House, as a nepnrter, jih arcc pass, signed by Speaker Winthrop. nJ since 11 's understood that 1 am...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 12 April 1849

I: Silence That dreadful cough ! The Lungs are in dan ger! The work of the destroyer hath begun. The cough of consumption hath in it a sound of Death ! Are you a mother? Your darling child, your idol and earthly joy, U now perhaps, confined to her chamber by a dangerous cold, her pale t heek, her thin shrunken finger, tell the hold diseae ha already gamed upn her, the sound ol hr.r sepulchral rough pierces your miuI. Young man, when juit about to enter life, disrae j.endt. a hear-crus.hit.g blight over the fair pro-peit ol the Itnure, your hectic cough"" and feeble limbs tell ol your ios Ol nope, out you need not de.pair. There is a balm which will heal the wounded lungs, it is sherman's all-healing balsam. Mrs. Atuee, 'he wile of Wai. H. A"tree, Esq , was atveii up by "Dr. Sewall of Wahingion, Drs. Roe and McClellan of Philadelphia, Dr. Roe and Dr.. Moil of New York, Her friend all ihoughi ha must die. She had every ap pearance of being in consump:ion, and was so pronounced by her ...

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