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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 January 1832

i^rOTICE ia hereby ^en that the 1st * 7 sitting of tbk, CouvU for $8flB£^PW *ehpia by a^&roineot, oa frAdVy the 40th dai of Jan, ne*% *t KJ tfclock In the forenoon. .,., Plfuots to £aafei to. be tried *t this sitting* against ^6^9 residing in other diBtrtcUfc** tuore than '40 aiaea lirojn Laiiiice8t--n,iBiQfit|-6 p^4: -«Mi8t ieW«t6fced«t the 4l«ft tjfUtirtg Ihelptift tk! -J)at^d#i^*th daytpf-l-eG.;;l83U. r^T .WJLLIAM LYTTLETOSr, j CoromiestoQer. sti?tf0*Kte*s'*» flM%*«i*en? that it|s ? t -*-^-, Ckmrt I wil| hold a criminal; ^Session at the Court HouBe. . Launcestori, on Thursday, thje -MBlh'%iy^ifa^ - %fPW$thi$8F *t»e *rial,of such ? prisoners, as shall' * ~t»6urbf I^IIajisfy'* Gaol at fiffitesioia; ' ! -ByowJer of His flonDrlhe Chief Jftsti^, i * , ? . GBp. M. STEPHEN. VISCOUNT. 'MflSC^pyNT ia noiy standing at TvabJ ▼' gar* where he will; remain daring tie Seasoe. F. BRYANT, ' E. BRYANT. Trafalgar, Oct. 4th, 1S31. A JAGK will »t«nd.at Glareotlon this sea son. ' \ Tejrrn&...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 January 1832

MARRIED—Yesterday, in this Town, Mr. A. WRIGHTE, Postmaster, to Miss UPTON.  

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BITTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 January 1832

....BITTER,^ ? , „,„... (,.„„ *' It is bitter to Igave, our father's bearthifor#e first time: bitter is the eve -of bur return^ when a ihnuvan'd fi?«'rs riee in our h&unted sotfte* t $lt£&r eW h©pe defers d, and telf-reprdach, end power Utn-ecogntzeri: Bitted is -poveVto^; ! bitterer ^ffllis debt.- ft is bUtertof be flegieetedT itfoiAoi'&ftft* ter tobe'toisunderBtodfl.p'/n ^ ;j .. .? h . ; i; m ' It is bitter to lose an only child. It is bitter W^TF#otrtlfe''OTas%Mch %^tniee ours. Bft mothers tear, and .bitterer still a father's curse. jBljter are a briefleBjp b«g» a curate's bread, * di ^Ipiqatfiat br\agvn9M.- ^ij|ef js hftif-p&y! ,ff t,# ft is bitter to Hjn^on vanished f*uth; it is rbitter lo Jose, an eieotipn on a suit. Bitter, a*e race jsMfipwasedf *eDgesnRf oip.^feaked, and ^ri^«. pouejr kept da€fc.; -Bitter «re:# failing crdp* a glutted market.,, aod: a sha^riqg :jpec. fitter #re rents in arr-ear, aqdiithejsip.kind. ? Bittfir^i-e -Bitter ;are pa...

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LACONICS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 January 1832

-...:. :A/;r'; fcAcbmcs. .'?'.'? ; ????':;. «H ha*fe hiboriously collected thjs C^nto out of diners writers, .aed . that, $n$ warty. \ \; J)asve I^TiWgcds.^0, autho,r«, ,bu.t giwn e yery in»i} 4 hts ^wo.1 I «pit« and quqte. mj author.'*— BurtpQ, iAqaUMel. '?? ' . ' '-: , ...'.? -. --..... :.- Some say there be two main defects of wit, error and ignorance, to' which all others are, re duced. By ignorance we know not things 'neces- sii'y ; dV «+or w'e tnoW' ftemWlfeely.-'Dluke of ?WelHhgfon.' « ; :?? .'- w. -v:-:t »?-'?- ;l «*.-??»? A ISi^eV, like * soldier »f 'fbrtane, neVer trbu'blfei 'his head with the justice of the cause ^ie is«ngfig^din.~t»brd XyndhuMt: lf'':v ? ?»' « » { We jfaye gained1 pomiCBV*trebgtb by ihe ib creaseWour reputation.— Lord Aberdeen. ) . iiH'f8'tte Wisdo^n of ail a^ee.— Lord 'Ellen- Sbbie divine! inake the same flse of fathers and cbilD'^U, as our beaux do of their cftnes— not for support or defence; but thereof riament and show ; and i'oVer tHymkelves wStn fi...

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IMPORTANT TO NAVIGATORS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 January 1832

IMPoiTAiST TO, NAVIGATORS. ; J...^J-llftM.TJtt£-.SYJ-HEX_ GAZETTE! „ ? CaptHitis I^bbKj, ,of ^h-?; , j^meriftaa, schooner k Chinchila, 'and Captain David, of tile Barque Nelson, have discovered^ during thek la t» 'trivia these seja^, ^ej^a^;i8lsud|,;«rM3 shpals, .which do not uppear to be laid dp^;n;int,any ch^j)ttj These gentlemen having furnisljefljhe, pariicuj^ to Mr. Nicholson, the Harbour : iHasterl they najre by oHd &*n-r»w» atded;io us Sbr publkatio«. J% a&foiJfiW&^rdHc i«ii:A» vAthtsjnainstonds.in lat- of the ^Bland— gop-l i^W M.Ahe W^pq^^ I .of the beach ; the«« Ut^^.eu^aa.ce to a lagoon. ? An Wland, laZiO*^;rS.,iongTl7po 00»m$ I basa/goofi harbburv wtib; regdlar aojmiih)^, frjftp I ^-, ito j4 tathems of er « bottom, pf « land an^ ;coj|^. ? feti in with a sand-bank, extenains sbuib-east aucl [I NorUt-weiti '15 ftj^efifn length ; iounded on the I East side by a r*efef rocks, being at low wat«r I about - 1 3 feet above the level of the sea . I - Insuka...

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SPORTING SCENES IN INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 January 1832

SPORTING SCENES ISn«Pl A. ' We were approaching the e^ of the hot wea ther ; not a breath of air uor a; leaf were moving; one vast and murky cloud, ajs. if by an innate power, unfolded its lurid masses, in which shades of fire aud smoke were confusedly Inter mingled between the unruffled serenity of tW lovely iau(| scape upon which it frowned, and the clear blup sky that arched itself aboye it. Tlie thuoqer ?growled in Us depths, and. large single drops^of rain occasionally would fall with a heavy aad«bli tary plash. The heat of, this period is jriastt op pressive— respiration becomes .djfficur^iVausPA is felt, and the mind involuntarily |^der8 on all andeachof the ills to whiclr ^e w^J^bjlH^ ji land which the upcomfoi table :- f f ||ftttffiy^^|fs GKhtvace tiejls us we were not '^^M-Wrti^^rsif on one of these days, when |he,$ialf$f^*|aif apprehensive feel, wnich the doctors won l[|^al^ a, predisposition, and supierstiliouB peopLj Ji.pr^r seDtiinent, was general aniongstjiis, thnt tr...

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To the EDITOR of the LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 January 1832

To the Editor of the Launcest^n Advertiser. Sir,—, Saving on Wednesday last, -♦ kept it up1* a mile pnbre: than' ttsuai, the effects of ** wine roSj^^fue' operated father powerful upon my tramum, and^occasioned me on my road towards in y dpmiciie to have' ' bi|sinWs on both sldefe of the street.*' You ar*; I suppose, aware that .' gdpd stuff,'' taken in iv good quantities/' is -atl-er infhlical to 'good sense ;»' and will not he surprised i tnetef^tA, id Tfeariy, that being some what * 'doable s1a4ittS?*TOy valor rather exceeded roy^pnudeiice ; tmmmfW to #*w W ^*pfrft» * '**»; inoiSBed tfriMj' aiiray iiiid drftot--% gates from their hinges, and mi-eaten td k'no'cfcdowh t%0 or three cp'nsta ble.sf who interfered with my innocent 'ainiise niietitTi — Talor^ is a rirtnmendable qualification, but I cannot help thinking. with Sir John, that u discretion is the best part of it.' Wy pots Valiancy got me into a scrape, from which, my in genuity extricate.a met I wHI iglte you the par ticula...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 January 1832

COKNVs.ALJ. BANK. ?TOT ANT i J- Ao Purchase 70 pr 80 Shares .*y in the Cornwall Bank. Application to be made to Ma. Ran&im at the Bank Office- , Launceston, 7th Jan. 1832. FOR SALE THREE? Grants of land, of from- Six Hundred Acres, to Two Thousand Five Hundred and Sixty ditto. Also, Three TOWN ?ALLOTMENTS, in centrical situations for Build ing. Apply to , p. w; welsh. ?? Wharfs Jsyi.-S, 1332, IMPOUNDED at-' -the Pdblic Pound, Sjmons' Plains, by Mr Gibson's £to.cli-ti'f jw-ns, Jun, 7ih, 11831 : — : , One reel uiid white steer, G H near hip, 15 un , dernealK - : Outs Mark steer, while back, branded I W on awr'thigh. i On*' grey bullock, V H near hip, D near shoul der, i € or Q on off hip '. - Qne^ray. bullock, T S on ribs, T F near hip, f j, on off thigh, piece off hack of left ear ; One hi i-wn bullock, white back, lost part of his. taU, Bon off thigh, piece off back of Jeft ear Oqie olacfc cow, white back, T jH oa near Bide, Sfl underneath ? - ^ - ;... Qae black ? .bullock- ...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 11,1838. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 January 1832

WEDNESDAY, Jan. ii, : 1832. TJie rpcwit arrivals from Sydney. have brought us European News down to the 15th of August. Ttffi CONTINENTAL NfeWS is of- the tnost in. terestirig1 ani important nature. Belgium, Hol land, and Franc* fiavn been tbe seat of war.— The Dutch King, not relishing the dismemberment of his kingdom, in the spparu'ion of Belgium,' had declared waV against Leopold, Hostilities w^ere commenced whh the nrost determined spirit ; and both kings took the field in person. The first action took place upon the point of Hitcheren, near Peer,.' Leopold fought with the most deter miued Valour, for his new kingdom. The Dutch Tirailleurs ^ were repulsed, and retreated with ^rfeaijossi 3000 Hollanders having bfeen tnken prisoners.' On the jother hand, Genferat Chass, cations ^rec^d by the Belgiaos at Antwerb, and i^OTm^ietls^Tiea^ arHHe^ Oh the 8th of August an engagenient took plac0i*»e^r Haj iselt^ wherein the Belgians were completely de feated, yhe Belgic troops, 10,000 stro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 January 1832

BOAT. TO be SOLD, a New BOAT, 20 feet , long, with mas Is, sails, oars, ,&c. &c. Complete.' ' - To save trouble— Price 35 Guineas. Enquire of the Undersigned, WILLIAM L. GOODWIN. Launceston, 9th Jan. 1832. . NOTICE. fSIHE Public are hereby cautioned against :*? giving credit to my Wife, IV! ary Ann FfiO6BER, as 1 will not be answerable for. any Debts contracted by her, she having left me with out any provocation ; and should any parties con tinue to harbour the said Mahy Ann Pugsser after this notice, I shall immediately place the case in tbe hauds of my Solicitor, . , THOMAS PROSSER. ? Launceston, 10th Jan. 1832. MESSRS. COOK AND SHERWIN X^M. have received a small quantity of the Cambridge J300TS, which they particularly re command, being lighter than Wellingtons, yet presenting the same appearance when on, conse quently, particularly adapted for the present season. . , ~ UNDER SHERIFF'S OFFICE. ; In the Supreme Court, * ' . Morrison v. Massey (the younger) Dean v. ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 January 1832

TO CORRESPONDENTS— A Communication ? a la Hood.' from the Westward, on the advantages of Bali, in Kangaroo huntinir. has been received ; and also the more serious one from XYZ on the same occasion. They shall be attended to. Mr. DAVID GRAY'S advfirtigcmeutjdid not come to hand until the day after last publication.

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FROM THE HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, SATURDAY, JAN. 7, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 January 1832

FROM THE HOBART TOWN GAZETTE/ k-u.; Saturday, Ja*i, 7, 183?.- - '- ?.-?'? ? . . '.,. - ? . . . -3$PjE|:i$-0F-I-E AVE .—James PeUjt. Almorah— JTohn Redgate. A™.1-— John Laurence, ditto— John Bowtell. ditto— Alexander Brtblte. ditto-William Hat field; Albiop— WilliMTHester, . Asia— William Roberts, ditto— ^Daniel . Sulliraa. ' Asitt f— . $enry Soper. Aeia 3— Bridget Shevelin.JJroiuerB- -Matthew . ' Cooper. Countess Harcourt— William Herbert, Caledonia I— : Darnel Newman. Caledonia S— Thomas FamM, Ditto— ttbbert. - |KRttB. Commodore BayeMSenrr Sagpe, Ditt^-Vm. flight Birto— John Sm- th. Coropetitor— Francis Hughes alias Brunt. ?? Ditto— Duncau M'Ketzie Ditto— James Drjiiry . Chapman 1— , : 'Thomas WTiite.ChBpman 8— WilJhun Hardy. Dromedary-^-1 ';? Henry Lewis, Guilford^osepb ^WiHi^mB., Governor Ready— '/?imgiof Barton. Ditto-^jElobert Halt. ''©'#-— 1Jj-mas jVwd. ' Hadlow^WiHiam Tuorapton, Juliana— Jainesfialwbrtn aliaV ftowartt. Xady EidW— iOeorge pugk, Lord Hungerford-Jno.'! ♦ Jiclcso...

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SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 January 1832

SYDNEY NElfrS. » St *he ' Resolution' arrived at this p/-rjt,.and the ' Elisabeth' (Phillips) from China, vjjp^fi oeyV «t Robart Tow.a, we have received .our flips of lfae-$¥'BNEY?JjW«NAjL«? d«W« Ifl |fee.$J3rd Ultimo. The iwkicijjal.tdipije of local irrtF-ne8t,,J8 tbe arr»y:il and majkiefi yropeedfngs of- His Expel* leucy Genbpac. Boc|Mb%«» the 90 of Bec^ittbeij, On th« 3d (the usuul oaths buying be* n ^fcea) a Procis '.aiion was issued, noiifwne the, same, ^pd f that the Executive Co^oal.ahpttld.bepQelJDrtb'C^r pistol the $ailov&q$j.pefMfi}T-ty$&$9rtPfpWr of, Hjs Maj«tsityYLa»d forces, For the timeb-MO£ ; ; The Venerable thfi A^ohdeacoji tqr the $nve, bjeing, i ; ffhe Colonial Sectary of New Saudi Walts ; ,anfl theXpUty'wi Treasurer. ,UiGHAiu-, Bouhk^, .Jfcq, , ift appointed* !Jrivate-Secr/.;tarj' ; a Mr. M'Do \y t Li. feas l--'* li, appointed SoUfMo^Genera), in tfie room I «jF the l,aie -ftir. Sampson ; and, the Eev. Gjcqk-je f I jwes, is ap pointed Head Master of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 January 1832

The zeal of. our contemporary, h$$ carried himv a HtOe beyond the truth, with regard to' the -1etter6 of NACfct-ia»- and bis Son— Quere. FaifiND. The Conimitte* alluded tok haa been in being for ycax«— long before Nauticts anil 'PbilpNuiti cub were thought of. The geullemeu enumerated form the iPort Committee which addressed the Circulars to the Masters of the Vessels here as noticed by ub on die 28th Ultimo, ,-'??'? The whole of the Oyster, Bay nud Big Riyer ' tribes liave surreudeted themselves to lir. Robinson,— Hobabt JT«vir CavsiEK. ' . A Ma.il for London, j«r David Owen, will' close at HDbart Town oh Saturday ;— a mail for England will be forward^. odpertbeSuRBY. Captain V«ale. expected to eailfiom tliis pdrt. on, or before the 30th instant. The Mail for Sydney, per Behltawt clobee this mbming. ??'? ?'?? .?: ?. ' A . We are well inforhiBd that the Natives recency takeri by Mr. Robinson, were captured tinder the following tir cmnstaiioes :— Tbreo of the civilised Blacks were ge...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 January 1832

We are requested to give Notice that the Sitting of the COURT OF REQUESTS, for this District, is adjourned till Monpay, January 30. Plaints in Oat-District Cases to :be filed on or before, ton 16th January ; -Cases ia the District, on or before .January 20, .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 January 1832

NOTICE. THE fo}l-swiag Ijtif 10F Toad having been jt»arfced from Gafrick and Westbury, in lieu otMVcircjufttSus line between those places, formerly in aw, il will 1-ec^«iik ityp public highway on the M& oj^knmi knM* *™d ^Mld%^ wheref»t^fferrgt-i^^pn^?: roffi— «||§ be^ieii, closed, tirtiesti h^he4i^ejiih|^0^^auB&%e shewn in- communications addressed in writing to the gnrvey or-&eneral why it should be continued open, swap m* mmmmm^mmmm^ the back of arrant to WVP. Ashburner— through his^purct)ascd)an(J-—thea through a grant to G-»o. frank land, then through grants tp T. 'A', tasceijes, Froggeit, and W. lyatfetobrto the towiibtlip of WAtftrftry* ,;?? ?':?; ::^~*. ^^w^-.^; ,., -.;.— - '...-;;:'. GEORGE , FRANK LAND, ,. .Surveyor General. IMPOUNDED AJI the P\0c Pound, We$tjbury, j-is- 1 trictok\jNotfo)k Plains, by MjvChas j Dry, Overseer to Dr. Landatl, December 29, 1831,:-. ;-???-?'- # One black Cow, white spot on rump, white tail and b«*iJy, marked DHY on near s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 January 1832

-.-. ., . .;ry-i lit* ,.)j07*^.i=j tw '?^?♦'.;-1 ? j For England direct, . : .-SgL nWgE -%W£ British-built Barque,! Commander, burthen 450 Cons. As this vessel hat-aH-ber-cargo engaged, she will sail early in January. , , For passage apply tti^the Master on board, pr ?^ft-nrrv,,- :^ fcOBERT PEARSB.J '^aiincestOD Wbarf, 10th No1?. FOR LONDON DJRE,CT. ^|S(lCT1O .SAIL from sLaunceston with dSSBL* all possible dispatch, tbe fiae new prWWipp: ;£b'cm% ^W| 4^O^£ ^B ^l ffl% 1»T-bV' Car^o engaged, accommodations for. Passengers, and caVrtejii a '^SfWCAPTAVNMAWKrts, onbdarf/oFto ?H*:* «B,,:.:P. fV. ?«»...:. }..M -.'.:.' T. WLULiifS. -laanceston, ?? Dec. 1, 1681. ? ?? ? ? ?','?? : .? -;'? ?';?'?' '?. , ?? v-m.-jt ?- .!;-jfr..7 - :- ?'''.???:. ? -nr ? ' ? ? ;.i. ? . i jdSfeTPHE Barque Surrey, William *''1titoJceitoD| 'Ofec«30, 18oL« -,.::.'.? ???:?,:?'?.?_?'' t; .i/i j.1 -?_ ^ib v ; notice. ^—'-'^ __ y/ ? ? * £ - JNHnJUol 3QQ towsfeurtlienis expected j^nNf$ here£roa£y-lney eboat the Ut January ...

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WRITTEN FOR THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 January 1832

I THE ADVERTISER. ? -,„:? .-;_ ? ,_ ? : ? . ? ._ B Mr. MwlkrAvb and Major Foster.— The H ^iipercessipn of Mr. Mulgrave as Chief Police ? Magistrate of the island, and the appointment of I B$ajor Foster, in his stead, to that office, has led ? its into a train of thoughts which we would rouoh B ratter have avoided. It is an unpleasant duty B fp any Journalist to ceospreihe proceedings of B ibe Government It is unpleasant in two ways. qH When we feel bound to condemn any measure, B lire' experience a regret that' there should be fl ^nty occasiori^-ahd when we do cewur^ we do not, B IeiwW what ties we may rpndasiioder. Still, ? DffiilfoiS Mb of irequ0nt ocxurrence which Ml B for the interference $f the FreBST^thOTeexe cases B of emn«*«fSBa of^iabnse— cases of TsrbecHhy— B ^|fei 6)F 'Justice— nay, cases of even a wosse I *£l$m . * .KjrfeL^Slii: adjn^Mt^oii t»f all ©-*? ? Vemmenfe. And 'shall we presume toisay that ? perfections which are found in every other? I§ I there anySbne hitaltit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 January 1832

COURT OF REQUESTS—NORFOLK PLAINS. PQTICE.is hereby given that the sitting of iliis Court, will be held on the first Saturday, in «uacb inqnth, at 10 o'clock precisely. Plaints in. causes mast be filed ten dear days prior to each Sitting* . ,-.'.. MALCOLM L. SMITH. Coijrt pi Requests Office,

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTON, JANUARY 11th, 1832 ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 January 1832

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE   LAUNCESTON, JANUARY 11th 1832     ARRIVED                     On 8th inst. the schooner Resolution, from Sydney with a general cargo. On the 5th, the Princess Augusta, from London, last from Hobart Town                           Remaining - Barques, Mary Anne, Surrey, and Princess Augusta: brigs - Brenda, Isabella, and Brilliant (cleared out); schooners Resolution, Fare-   well, Henry and Friendship. HOBART TOWN, DEC. 31, 1S31. SAILED. On the 6th, the barque Auriga, for Sydney. Same day, barque Platina, for Sydney. On the 4th, the brig Dragon, for New Zealand. arrived; On the. 5th, the barque Elizabeth, from India,...

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