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PRINCETOWN, NEW JERSEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 March 1836

PRINCETOWN NEW JERSEY. [FROM REED AND IATHIESON 'S VISIT TO THE AMERI ,,CAN -CURCHES.]. WE inspected the Establishment (Presbyterian Theo logical?. Institution)., There is nothing special to remark, except:that Professor: Henry promises to do much honour to the department of- chemistry. He .has. constructed .a magnet of_ great capacity, which has raised ra ,weight of three thousand five liindred., pounds. .Tihe ribrary is considerable;.and, good., ;We saw.'lhere aset of the works which had been recently 'sent by our Government to this and most of the, Colleges inr this country.. They; are rare and expensive,. books, and a, worthy expression of national .regard., It is surprising' and delightful to observe, how ni'uch this, wise :and..benevolent move mnent on the part of our country Ihas conciliated and interesied the men of letters here. Surely England is never. fulfilling her high destination so faithfully and. sofully ,as when she is seeking to advance amopngst the young or savage...

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English Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 March 1836

D.. M! ?CuL ocH,-We have to'record theinelan. cholyleath of tihis well-kiio~t 'geologist,and literary cliýiracter (wh'ose work on'dScotland eciited asgreat a ferment'aifew'years since, as d'd 'Dr. 'Joh son's tra vels' in' elder times) .at Penzance;iii'Septe iber last. Dr; MI had very .ieceritly .married' andc'was' on a countryexcursion when: the fatal -accident happened which depjived' him, of life; -,Driving inq iis.alt'fo'ur. wheeled pony chaise,to callon.Capt. Gidd3; about a 'mile o'r two from, Penzance, he passed the house only a dozen of yards into a:narrow lane, where, learning his 'mi tke,i heeiideavoured co turn his cairiage in or. der to' retrace his course. Unfortunately, the .wheels locked' together, and, leaning over to extricate them; he lost his balance, and fell with his' legsbetween the spokes. 'the' lhorse, being frightenried' st off at `full speed dow'n ii'hill, and' dragged hini' along, laceratiig his limb in: a shocking manner; , He ':was at last taken up, insens...

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STATE OF THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 March 1836

STATE OF THE -MARKETS'.' RUM, GIN, BRANYi Tlie heavy Stock of Rum on"hanii, in ,allU about 210,000 gallons, is likely t~.' keep the market-low,-: there are no buyers at preseiitij .prices " do not now exceed 2s:. 6d. for proof, and but ltttle prospect of an adyince for' home morithsto comee "Gin aind Brandy )'dull df sale,' and ' in'ino Ti:: .-Tliere has been a little iusiness done during this' anid 'past week: prices ranging from 4l.i0''. to 41. 12s. 6d, in small parcels.' SUGTARý.-Th' arriva'l of the Patriot'witti a cargo of ,Sugar, from the Mauritius,-to' the house of ,Robert. Campbell and Co., has had the effect if lcausing a considerable advance,'in consequenceiif the uiiusually unfavourable accounts'received fiom that place res pectiig the'new crop; parcels have been sold as high as 321;., and holders are not inclined to take less.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 March 1836

'oV'TiiAusTrALA.-A The correspondent o aeve ig,?? persaýfs," jWith regard-t to the preseiit value 6f laindn tle South A ustralian :Colony,, thatcoutntiy sectio, gof tlhe first-sold four liindi'ed and thirty-seven allotinetEs 'ftchied readily from ten to twelve guineas pr??emum; aind town sections from :twenty, to twenty five, gumneas. One :of the,latter was sold a, short tiniesince for 401.-Atlas,' October' 25. } iIbeLrtitgutent0. To Private 'aminliesý Publioans ,and'' otbers. ` .,SUPER'IOR ,"BOTTLED- PORTER, .BRANDY, .WVINES, &c 1 1 ,' 3Y 8i 1lR . SA1IT0UE TITON1S, T-IS DAY, rM larch 17, at :his:, Rooms; George ,Street; at half-past. Tien o'clock ?:recisely, without .'-"W,1ENTUY, CASKS' BOTTLED ?PORT?ER, r ,three dozen each.; f "'.."f. A.8:Cases.Branidy..: " . " ' A 40, Ditto Claret, in one :dozen cases 10<iDittoiSatiterne.:, i ., 20' Quarter-casks Sherry --" "::' 12. ;Ga'sks sLoaf Sugar;..: ..,, 20;CasesaPickles and:.Sauces. Terms made known at time of sale. -S'...

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WHOLESALE PRICES OF GOODS. MARCH 17, [COMPILED FOR THE COLONIST.] IMPORTS. SPIRITS, in bond. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 March 1836

WHOLESALE: PR.ICES OFGOODS., MARCH 17, ; {COMPILED FOR THE COLONIST.] Sa za ws, Sin bond. . i. Brandy, First..Quality, per. gallon ..., 0 4 8 eI Second ditto............. 0. 3 0.. _0 "8 3. & Rum, B.P., proof.:...'.' . _012 4 .. 0 2 6 Rum, Strog,30,O.P.. ;.... .... 3 .`American, ditto ....... .. , , 0, 3 . 'Isle'-oft Franice; ditto .." ... 0 ':.' 0 '?? 0'": 0 3 GOs, untinged ................. . O 3 '2 ... 4 Stiawcoloided ........... .. 2 0 .. O 2 Case, 4 gallons: .......... 1': 0.. 1?,o Port, best, er ipe.. 4 .0........ .40* O :0 O...0 a0;0: Good, per piozen......... 0 .360 G ood, per p .ipe <:;;""".`:s : 0-;,. .. . , - 0 ... Sherry, best, per butt .....:.... . ..30 0 ='.50 0 i?0~ Per dozen............ °1 ?5 ' 0 ..' 15 ;i Madeira,.pe pipe .;.0 0 0... 4 0, , - 'Per'sozen ": .:.'. 1 5' %0 ':'^1 15 Tenerlffe,.per pipe. ..........••..." 17 0 0 ." .21S0r : Per-dozen ...;.....;.... 15 0 .. 1~0 0 Cape, Company's best, 110 gallons .. l l10 :0 ..12," 0"'o: o ChanmIpagne,, s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 March 1836

i:T THE COLONIST OFFICE, Printing of every description is-executed'witflneatness, eco nomy, punctuality; and dispatch. ti .. T • r . CT··OLON,=ST ..,..... :ý· .;r,,: { SIXP?E?NCE; each. will -be- -given 'for a;few'N umV "bees of TI'y CoIO:SitS of 1ý8th iFebruary istant, " . .. , o ............. HENR. BULL. C6LrbnrS Offick , Februiary 25; 1836: n 1 WS 'A '.-T.N?O--L TO B TUT ,rT'ZrI,, Blankets . . ..... Shawls, "...... StPrus iau lue : l. :. , .. ;:. , China Grass Cloth in. Handkerciiefs;adnd Pces China Straw Hats FourC'ases Ch'ildren's;Diapers ( '.c' "?'t:' ' .' Two ditto Gentlemen's Wearinig 'Appa el'" "'' Two ditto Ladies'.Shoes . .... . . . One' ditto.Gentlemen's .Half Boots... Four Bales Printing Paper' . .,, ti .ht?" t fI Two ditto blue and double 'smYall; hnd"ditto "'."'' One. case worked Collars.and e. i. Four ditto Cotton Threads. ...... " i;. 'Two'ditto Lucifer Matches' One' case' of Imitation: Silk' Btiitiia' iCStto; H'Aid. S-kerchiefs. COACH 1ArELING. Messr's. M'Laughlan ...

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ON DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 March 1836

ON DEATH. "BY IOTA. WHEN life the bed of sickness leaves, And flies the fadred form;: -: ::fW hen breathenomiore the bosom heavei? .i . W?ith? prayer and. blessing warm; : : When from the eye the lustre flies, - Andfrom the cheek the bloom, Then over all we love and prize, We close the silent tomb.. There is a stilly weariness That o'er the spirit flows- A sense of solemn dreariness The mourner only knows; A silent hope to meet again, A longing for the:grave, A carelessness of death and pain When for the lost we rave. There is a name upon the lip, And in the eye a tear . When we behold how others sip Their cup of pleasure near; And there are thoughts by sorrow sent, .. : As o'er' the storied stone We kneel, by love and anguish bent, In silence and alone. How useless to depend upon ??The promises of life ? :' T pThe bark of hope they rend upon The rocks of worldly strife. . The dreams of bliss we held so dear,. Are scattered to the gale, . And oe'r a young untimely bier "' .In solitu...

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Original Poetry. THE OUTCAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 March 1836

" rtOinaI 1,etr, p.. . " -*****44 THE O.UTCAST. BY PROTEUS.; . Lo where she lies extended and alone, .4 Where is the friend to watch her silent bed."':o The flatterer:hath fled-the:lover gone, ? ,No hand to pillow up her: aching head. Gaze on the picture-view her in.her shame, SWith tearless eyes'behold heir if you en, Live on and glory in her blighted name "Tlhis is thy work !--behold thy victim man ..

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Literature and Science. TEGG'S MONTHLY MAGAZINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 March 1836

TEGG'S MONTHLY MAGAZINE. WE extract the following interesting article from Tegg's Magazine. The story of Fisher's Ghost is rather a remarkable affair altogether, and we have reason to believe that the facts stated in the narrative are all well authenticated. It is well told, and entirely colonial-; and we confess we like any thing that relates to the colony, in a work professedly colonial, much better than even stories or narratives of a superior kind, copied from English periodicals. We want a literature of our own, and the attempt to create such a thing is at all events creditable, whatever be its success. FISHER'S GHOST: A LEGEND. OF .CAMPBELLTOWN. [The incidents related in the following tale must be familiar to many of our readers, especially to those in Campbelltown and its neighbourhood. We have trusted solely to memory in drawing up the state ments; the inaccuracies; however (if there be any), can only be of minor importance; the principal por- tions of the tale may be relied...

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VAN DIEMAN'S LAND. PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 March 1836

VAN DIEMAN'S LAND. PORT PHILLIP. WE were much gratified the other evening by the perusal of a long letter, from Mr. FAwkner, of Fawkner's Rver, to his father in this town, and with: the sight of several curiosities, consisting of     weapons, baskets, cordage, and other articles manu- factured by the Alorigines of Port Phillip. Their twine, manufactured from the native flax, is equal to any New Zealand fishing lines, and we saw two bands, one or net, the other of a very close texture which show that the material is valuable, and that the savages possess considerable skill in manufactu- ring it. Mr. Fawkner has also sent to his father some specimens of thick worsted thread, spun by   them from the opossum fur, which from this specimen we think would yield a fabric equal to the famous cachmere shawls. The skins of the flying squirrel, which he has sent, are covered with fur finer than any beaver, and of a good length. He has sent two wings of a n...

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WHOLESALE PRICES OF GOODS. MARCH 24, [COMPILED FOR THE COLONIST.] IMPORTS. SPIRITS, in bond. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 March 1836

WHOLESALE PRICES OF GOODS. MARCH 24, ICOMPILED FOR THE COLONIST.] IMPORTS. SPILZTS, in bond. ' Brandy, First Quality, per gallon .. ,0 4 6 a 0?'O 4?i9? ! .------...Second ditto.... .......... 0- 3.0. ... 3 3 Rum, B.P., proof ............... . O .2 4 .. 0 2 :' (5' R ui, Strong, 30 O.P0'3.......2..;.; 0'3.. . 2,0O 3 4 ' 4merican, ditto . ..' ....... 0 1 0 0 1' 3),:i , lrIsle of France, ditto :*.....',O, 1 0.. 0 . ~,1 .3' Gisuntinged ................... 0 ..0 3 0 4 SStraw coloured ...... ...: .. 1 6 .. 0 2 ' Case, 4 gallons ......:....... 1 0 0 ..'' I 2 0 -. Port, best, per pipe...............-.0..4;0,60 0 SPer dozen:.: '. t .:. 100 ? . ,. 2 i.2 0 S .ood,p.r pipe .....;. . .30''0 :0".:.30 0:: Slieray, best; per, butt". .' y30 Oµ 0 60 ker dozen. "... I 15 z 0' . ?15 0. ader, per pe............. ...30 .. ..er dozen . ... . 1 0 Per bn . '. 0 15a0g 1', '0 Cape, Company ,'s best 1l0,gallois ]..10 0 2 0 0 Chamupagne, sa khng.* .i ,.250.2,15 0 Pink.: :....: . 2 5 0 . .·2 V15 ,ile, Bass' B hrt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 March 1836

MEOZESKZNS, CANTOONS, SLOPS, 6&C. -o TO CLOSE CONSIGNMENTS. : -o t 3 Y 2YE.. SAY*UEL LTYONS, On Saturday, the 26th Instant, at his, Rooms, George ,Street, at;,leven o'Clock precisely,'., ?i h NE CASE, containing Drab :and ;Lai~ende _ý Moleskins White: Ribbed -Grapes, Fancy ;Cantoons, :coloured Silk Figured Valencias Three bales Slops, containing, Farmers' Top .Cpats; Conservatives,. Flushing a Pea "Cooats, Monkey, Jackets. and .Trowsers, Gambaroon and Gingham .:,Jackets, Cassimere and Barragon Trowsers, Shoot "ing Coats, Flannel Shirts; Flushing .and Canvas .. Roundabouits;.&c., &c.: . : Terms made knovn, at the time of Sale.::; ELEGANT 1 MODED.N HOUOVSZHOZaD 1'UBLNZTUBLE. -o S'ILVER PLATE. aicii Cut and Plain Glass,: China, j&c. A,:Fashionable Chariot, ,newly.: painted,: built: by , ;Stubbs, :Long. Acre ;. three. valuable: Carriage, Horses, :and a Saddle :Horse five years old,:by reter Finn; .out of a Satellite.: are.. . 2 .. d. ,A :rand Piano .forte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 March 1836

THI?. DAY, March 24, Lyons, at his Rooms,:Exten sive Premisesat Maitland. `"Saturday, 1il arch 26, Lyons,' at. his Rooms,M,1ole= skiii, Cantoons, Slops, &c. Moniday, March' .28, Ciabb, at Caimpbelltdwni Fa rm, Vurniture, &c. Thursday, ;March31: TJaques, at Grose Farm Cattle. and Sheep. ar Monday and luesaiy April 4 and 5, Lyons, at the residence of the Honourable, -Francis ;:Forbes; Esq. Elegant I- ousehold: Furniture, Silver Plate ,"&c. W:ednresda; : April 6, Jaq ies, at Asinal, i;Brown a "i . Co.'s Wharf, Wool.

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FIELD OF MARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 March 1836

FIELD OF'.MARS: . ON ' Wednesday, the 16th" instant, a Public Meeting of the Land aiid H:Iouseholders:of the parishes;of Field of-Mairs and °Hunter's:Hill, was held in Field of-Mars-Clinich, (w?hic~hliby the by, was declared to be not iin tliat paryish, but inithe parish of.Hunter's ill,) to.take into. consideiatifi: the. state. of the. Parishl Road, from Parramatt~ito the, above 'iChrlic. The i Rev.- :Clhaplain o6" the district :stated th e.extr'eme- incoveni ence he :ex p)erieiiced indiedeedldaiiger thlat he occisionall yrin; in having constantly to tiavel: itheii 'scenei of his duties overr tle road. in question,, in itsi present rightiful stat.: Thes'e ifemiarks were met by one or two leading: Inl;ibitants of the above parishes, who lamented the difficulties he had to encounter, (particularly ase had li house of residence) and were sorry, to have to assure hi:n tha t the parish of IIunter' s Hill, in whiich thefChurch arid, the worst: part of the Roadare.situated, was not izia c...

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CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. JUVENILE EMIGRANTS [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 March 1836

iCAPE OF .GOOD HlOPE., JUVENILE -EMIGRANTS THE number bf Juvenile Emigrants introducedi to. the colony by the Corn mittee,ii Cape Tbowi, is 364 of whom 204 are males, 'and'60: females. Of thise;; four have deserted, and lare supposed. to have left thei colony'; three have dese?"ted, and are supposed .to be i ithe colony; two we'ire sent; on board H. M.8 Trinculo; one has beeasent to; India with his master with the consent of thld Committee; arid four hav been. transfered at the request of their maste&so, accounrt of blad c6indauct The inumlber of Esiiigiantits in Cape Towniaind. its iimmediate vicinity,'"is 12;, ofwhliom 91 arem niales 'and 33 females; Of these, from lthe 4th of, Novem ber 1834, to the 31st Deceinber 1835, two ha~'ve'le. tried before the Judge of Police by their employers,# fori misconduct, and eight for absconding. . O?ne hundred additional ' applications' far :ppri-ir ;tices are now before the Cominitted; aind eightyl'ii~l already been. ordered from. the s...

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AFFAIR OF HONOUR (?) [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 March 1836

AFFAIR:- OF HONO UR (?) ; TE- good' folks of Sydn!ey .were surprised on Tuesday morning,' jy the appearance of placards otn: the Barrack wall, -bearing 'the s?iirlature of Jolin iRichard Hardy, thte learned EditSio6bf The Alsti alia4, giving them -to' urderstai'dtiiat hee .the :said'Mr.,Hardy, hId c:hallen~edl 'Mi;.; Alex aiider Busby, J. P.,; t fight a.'duel; that'he, the:said Mr. Busby, "had refused, and thereobre he, Mr. B., was, in the. estimation of Mr." HI., both,a coward and a blackguard. Mr. Hardy's eldeant notice was Iollowed by aplacard:from, Mr. George .Miller,. of, the Commissariat, :informing the public,: that.,Mr.: Hardy had made a' small mistake. in his placard of that morning, when he informed the publidc thattMr. B. had refused to give him a; meeting;', tlii t:'Mr.: Camlibell,,'the Iriend of-Mr H. had only requested that Msr. B. should '?etract somie eiiressis6n :' contained in a Ietter whichl he hedhadaddressed to Mr. H.; and that Mr. Miller, as Mr. 's friend, li a...

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American Statistics. PROTESTANT CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 March 1836

PROTESTANT CHURCH. Ecp from Drs. Reed and Matheson's Visit t ?`tle - American Churches, the following in 'tresting account of the four leading Protestant Religious Denominations in that country. The Presbyterian body, if not' the strongest i n num bers, is certainly so in standing and consideration. It has nearly 2000 ministers, about 2500 congrega tions, and upwards of 200,000 communicants. It resembles, exceedingly its kindred body in Scotland; arid where this resemblance exists, I may be exone rated from remark. I had large and fraternal inter course with its clergy; they are amongst the excellent of the land; and as far as I could learn, whatever may be the difference of opinion, they compose a re generated ministry. It is this that gives them their efficiency ; and this also supplies one with the assu rance, that there are no -deviations but they will find a speedy corrective. This body holds a remarkable connexion with the Congregational denomination. They have each, in deed, ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 March 1836

BIRTH. At Brush Farm, on the 15th instant, Madame Fattorini, of a son.                                  

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Markets. FRIDAY, MARCH 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 March 1836

.FRIDAY, MARCH 18. 4 VEGOETABLES. -2d. 'to 4d; `each.; Brocoli, 3d. each. Turnips 'and 'carrots, 3d.' per, bunhcli Onions;, ,d. ,per Ib.; Cuicumbers;, 2d." to "6d?i'each..' Potatoes, 10s. to 1-s. per cwt.,, -French''?bans,is. 3d. tois. per peck;: ,Poultry- 1Fowils,5s.per couple;.? Ducks, 5s.' 6d. to 6s.: per =ditto." Geese, 10s. to -2s. per ditto. Turkies, l12s.' per':ditto-. Roasting pigs, 4s. .tos.s each.- Fruiit-Apples, 6d. to 3s. per dozen. Pears, 6di to 2s. per' ditto." Peaches, Id. to Gd. per ditto. ' Grapes, 6dto 'ls. per ?,1. 'Oranges, 1; per dozen. .Sailt butter, ls. 9d. 'to 2s: per'lb. Frecsh do. 2s: 3di to 2s: 6d; per'do." Eggs, 2s. to 2s. 3d. per dozen:' Salt pork; 8d.to 9dl.'per lb. Hams, Is. to :14d. per do. . Cheese, (colonial), '8d. to 10d. per do. Soap and Candles -8d; per lb.,- Bread,5ýd. per 21b. loaf. =Beef and 'Mutton; 'per' carcase, 3d; per lb.; Per joint,.4d..to.4jd: ' Veal, 8d8. perlli. l Hay-- best oaten,tl151. to 181. :per, ton;-. .Maize, "8s. 6d.' per .bus...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 March 1836

Sypiatg %Itelligents -. * ARRIVALS. MArInc 17:-Arethusa, (brig), from Port Steplhenis I with' Wol, ............ . 17.--=M arian. -Watson. (schddier), -M'Pherso from Londlonavia' Cape, of Good'.`Hi. Sailed'? from England October 19; andrithe' Cpe Jai.L'!11 .Z=Mer. 0chandisen. - - -: , - :w i u : ,:-: ~-. 18.-North . Briton;: (ship), Lyall, i ofroin Leitu Septehnber 16," and Hobart Town ? 3rd. insta'it! Me?i? - chandise. 20.--J ane Goudie, (barque), Simpson,~ Malritii S21.--Ulysses, (brig)i Crauford i'firo a HobarT, own Sugar, Hay, &c ... . S2 -iStirliang Castle (brig,); -Frazer frim Lindon October 29,: via- Hobart-:Town 12 instaita.'li liai 22.-lMargare iGrahaui;,.(barque)`iH.im jil;d~,aGr noclk Oc tober/ -29,; vial .Hdbirt wToli~i l8 t iitaiitit. :: 22.-:Asia, (ship-),. Stead;ifro-fi boMod:No·vnmb 8, via I-Iobart, Town l42ith istaint, fr hsoirsi id troops.--- - '4 n 2; 2.'zAlice, (brigC)aHepburnig froFiT:i.i"rol Nd vemb er 3, -via-Hobart- Towi 18th Insattn."½il - DEP-ARaURES...

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