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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 October 1850

Ii : i mi ft r r 1 i "1 H J ., . . , , . . !.... " " ' ' " ' ' ' ' - " i I, - i i " " ', . .. T i ' - ' ' - ' - ' l ' ' - ' " " "" - - - I ii - 111 ii WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. 5 T7i7 T T TT T. V - JSOII-WEEKLY,.. OO AUSTIN II. BROWN, Publisher. 5 . y , " VV ' ' WEEKLY, ........ 200 VOL. X. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1850 V : NO. 22. ' , . . ' - - INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, . ET-OfEce in THE SENTINEL BUILDINGS A'orth Side Washington, near Meridian St., OPPOSITE ODD FEIXOVTS HALL, AUSTIN II. BROWN, Mlislicr. THE SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION Is published every Wednesday and Saturday and Tri-Weekly dur- - in:; lite Sessiou of the Legislature, at FOUB E0LLA23 A TEAR, Invariably in Advance. THE WEEKLY EDITION I published every Thursday, and i furni-hed to subscribers at the ioliow iiig very low pact: One Copy, one year, 62 00 Three Cpie, one year, 5 UO Five CopKi, one year, 8 CO Ten Copit, (in Clubs) one year, ; 10 00 One Oopr. six niont;is.. .: 1 00 One Copy, tlire...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 October 1850

of tin- la.!y. but it is contended that he is not on offiecr, recaiisi' no is not req;nrel to tase an oatn of ollice. 11 thea tiie Frintcr be not an otScer of the Convention we nava no powar uoder the law to elect such a person, for we have only p. wer in oWt our olfiuers, the law clearly contemplating, th S.'ciitaiy, Doorkeeper, Sergcant-at-Arm, See. Tiiesa otfi.-ers we have to elect. lat tue Printer i employe 1 ly contract. Well sir, I fully concur with t'ie g.'iitlcio j from Ilt-nilrick-, t'uut tho Printer is ft Cuatnictor and n t an otfkvr, and that as such we have no power fc interfere aiih Iiis contract, but we are sitting h-re to r..ii)e t the people of the S:ate to set tin old Constitution aside and adopt a new one in its Staad. if we consider him eithur as an officer or a coaUactor, wj have no power ovrr him. It is said that rj luve power to elct all our olliccrs, and our Printer among tU rrt. but how will that tally with a proposition of this kin If Tue Attorney General fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 October 1850

IXnTAW RT.TI? QT?YTTTT?r lniJUinA QlAllji ijilMUMjiL, WILLIAM J. BRON, Editor. INDIANAPOLIS, OCTOBER 29, 1850. The Fugitive Slave Law. If vre were to judge from tho great excitement that the Abolitionists, and their allies, of the north, are now creatin,"Fe would Iks led to suppose that the act of the last session of Conprcss, had introduced a new and unconstitutional principle into onr government for the exclusive benefit of the slaveholder but if we were to judge from tho tone of the southern press, Congress has been so far playin into the hands of the northern Abolitionists, as to justify even cceesstion or disunion. These antagonist positions are the more alarming, from the fact, that neither of them has the least shadow of foundation to rest upon from any act of the last session of Congress, and least of all, from the fugitive slava act, proving most incontestibly, that each faction is merely seeking pretexts for agitation, and that they are willing to seiza upon any and every ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 October 1850

Q INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. INDIAN A POMS OCTOBER 24, 1850. Abolition Thuudfr. "We have jut received from Lewis Tappan, No. 61, Joh:i Street. New York, a pamphlet rmtled; "The Fugitive Slave Brl!, its history and imeouitutionality with an account of the seizure and capture of Jamw Hamlet, and his suW'juent restoration. Annexed to the para- j pldet is the foil tng rcr test: 'StR; Will y.Ji I'!" so goln-s tr notice tin pamphlet editorially, aii-i t iv thnt it can ! had in am- q luutity, .... . ' i . -i t-li' ta'r "H llOU -a,1U"UrCU',"rj It i' mt pri.it e l t; profit, b it t do good at this , crisis. ! " Will voa f.irwarl a copy of your paper in which you notice it Jiesi.eciiuiiy y ours. 4 T Tippw I L. TAPPAN October 10, ISj'J. New 1'tirk Ci'i The fjifowhtr r n-lace cxn'ains th cation: PREFACE O.-nce orTHB A:iriris and Kuusioji Axn-RtTcitT PftET7,J ! This Review of th- infamous bill recently pa-sed by I very paper in which ho disclaims Tree sotlism Ii3 speaks the; Congress of te United S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 November 1850

r N ANA i sen ö 1 l I 111! V r;.. , . , weekly. VOL. X. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1850. NO. 23. INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, K7-Office in THE SENTINEL BUILDINGS. Xorth Side Washington, near Jfiridian St., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS TT A Tl., AUSTIN II. BROWN, Publisher. THE SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION Is published every Wednesday and Saturday and Tri-Weekly during the Seasioti of the Legislature, at FOTJB DOLLASS A TEAS, Invariably in Advance. THE WEEKLY EDITION I published every Thumday, sjk! ta fumUhed to subscribers at the following very low rales; One Copy, one year, $2 00 Tbree Copies, one year, 5 00 five Copiea, one year, 8 00 Ten Copies, (in Clubs) nue year, 10 00 Oue fopy, a x mouths. 1 IHI Olio Copy, three montUs, 50 Tlx Honey, in all eases, to accompany intieriptioni. t -Any person sending as a Club of Ten, with cah. at the rate ef J1.0U each, hall have a copy gra'i for one tear. For a greater hummer t'imi ten. the jrratuity will be increased iu proportion....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 November 1850

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WIIi LI AM J. BROVN, Editor. INDIANAPOLIS, NOVÜICrJl 5, isio. The Methodist Conference aul the Fugitive Slave Law. Sime time sineo, a review of the Fugitive Slave Law, appeared in tha Western Christian Advocate. It was, o doubt, from the able pen of Dr. Simpson. As a mere newspaper article, we should not have noticed it. Eat it has been dignified by n endorsement of the Inli.ina Conference, in which they, by resolution, "cordial'y approve it." Tha editonal is full of errors unintentional error, of course, but just such errors as editors will fall into when they attempt to write upon subjects they do not understand. We have always admired Dr. Simpson for his eloquence in tlie P'dpit,and tho simplicity and beauty of his style as a theological writer. But Divinity, not law, has been bis study. We shall review his article in the spirit of Christian 'charity and benevolence. He makes five objections to the law, which wc hail late up in their order. 1st. "It denies...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 November 1850

DEBATES ts THE CONSTITUTIONAL COXVEXTiOX. REPORTED BY IIAKVEV FOWLER, ESQ. Monday, October 21, 1330. Grand Jury ) stern. The special ordr, leinr the toaMJerdtion of the resolution relative to tho aboli.ion of tue p.eäeiit Grand Jury system, whs then tskeu up. Mr. ANTHONY rose AnJaiJ: Mr. President, I Lave r&d soiue at ten don to the s i!jeut tmluaced, in tuo propoM.ion now before us, and lYe.i.i;r considratJj inti.rct in it, I will oiler a few remark in relation thereto, more, however, for the purpose of opening the discussion, and preparing the way for those who are fully competent to discuss tue uhject, than to make a spe ch myself. At this ti.ue I will merely look at the subject in its economical relations. We have in Indiana ninety counties. The Grand Jury, alonp; with the Circuit Court, assembles twice each year, and is s?nera!lv composed of Irom mxtcen to t-iirhtejii inilividuHU. We conerally sit ten days, and as we may.jet down their per diem at unu iloll or and t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 November 1850

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. INDIANAPOLIS, OCTOBER 31, 1850. Hon.. Joseph E. McDonald, We publish to-day the letter of Mr. McDonald the Representative from the eighth District. We discover that the free soilers are trying to get up a.storra about his vote on the fugitive slave law, which the intelligence, good sense and justice of the people of his district will nable him to out-ride. Mr. McDonald is a young man of talent and high- moral character. He faithfully redeemed his pledges on the subject of free soil, notwithstanding a exeat majority of them voted far his competitor. He voted for the Wilmot proviso whenever offered, and for every measure calculated to arrest tho extension of slavery, but became his high sense of justice, and the obligation's of the constitution he was sworn to support, in bis opinion, required him to vote for th fugitive slave law, all his good deeds are forgotten by the peculiar frinds of "human freedom." Nothing will satisfy them but to make Indiana tho place...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 November 1850

STATE SENTINEL, INDIANAPOLIS TDCIMDAV, OCT. 31, 1S30. j ty, containing 16226-100 acres; mortgaged by Cornelius Mil1 1er ; forfeited and sold on credit to H. J. Bowers : loan, inier ! est, Ate, $614 71. The n w qr of the a w qr of aec 1, t 5, r 3 w, containing 41 8-100 acres ; also 4 acres in th n w corner ol the w qr of I Bee 23, t 5, r 2 w ; also 4 acres lying in sec 26, t 5, r 2 w ; for . i a more particular description of the two last named tracts, see SALE OP SINKING FCXD LANDS. TIE following pieces, parcels or lots of land, or so much of each as may be necessary, will on Saturday tJie fourteenth day of December next, between the hours oi eight o'clock A. M. and five o'clock P. M., at the Court House door in the town of Indianapolis, be offered for sale to the highest bidder, the bid being equal to the amount chargeable; the same having been mortgaged to the State of Indiana, to secure loans from the Sinkmi? Fund, and forfeited by non-payment of the interest due thereof, to wit ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 November 1850

The hf of the n w qr of see 16, 1 15 n, r 4 e, containing 80 acres, mortgaged by James Kittlemsn forfeited and sold on credit to J G McMaban, loan, interest, etc 413 dulls 57 cts. The w hf of the w qr of mc 14, 1 16 n, r 3 e, containing 80 acres, mortgaged by Charles Y O'Neal, loan, interest, etc. 563 dolls 89 cts. The w hf of the n e qr of see 25, 1 15 n, r 2 e, containing SO acres more or less, mortgaged by John Peck, loan, interest, etc. 231 dolls 89 cu. The a w qr of sec 5, and so much from the w side of sec 6, by a line drawn parallel to the e line of said section, as will make iu ail 160 acrea, all in 1 15 n, r 5 e, mortgaged by Myron II Brown forfeited and sold on credit to William Robson, loan, interest, etc. 721 dolls 22 cts. The w hf of the s w qr ol" sec 5, 1 15 n, r 5 e, containing 80 acres, mortgaged by John D Thorp forfeited and sold on credit to William Uobeon, loan, interest, etc. 778 dolls 63 cts. The e hf of the s w qr of sec 5, 1 15 n, r 5 e, containing 80 acres, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 November 1850

a r 1 1 H SENTIN VOL. X. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1850. NO. 24. I ' t , ... . - 7 INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, ETOffice in THE SENTINEL BUILDINGS North Side JVashington, near Meridian St., OPPOSITE ODD FEIXOWS TT ATI., AUSTIN II. BROWN, Publisher. THE SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION I puUished erery Wednesday ami Saturday and Tri-WaeVly dur1115 the Sc)!! 01" the Legislature, at TOTTR DOLLABS A TEAE, Invariably in Advance. THE WEEKLY EDITION I published every Thursday, and ia furnihed to suUcnber at the lollowtug very low rales: Chi Copy, one yar, no Three Copies, one year, 5 t0 f'ia topic, one yew, 8 CO Tau Copies, (in CtubJ oue year, II) W) Oue Copy, muiilM, 1 "0 One Copy, three months, 50 The Money, in all casea, to accompany alicripüone. t"r"Auy perrn sending uj a Club of Tin, with tah. at the rala J J t 00 eacn. shall have a copy gris for one )ear. For a greater nuTiHer t'iau ten. t: gratuity will be increased iu proportion. 7" All Post Mauer are requested to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 November 1850

s INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. "WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. INDIANAPOLIS, NOVEMBER 12, 1S50. Union Meeting. The gathering st im portends danger;, tho Union men mast be united. What are the old issues compared with the safety and glory of. our Union? When it was formed ourorefatbers counted not its cost. Let their children not count its value. Dollars and cents is tot tht standard by which-it should be estimated. We hall not favor tho rear or the party that favors disunion, or advocates or sanctions measures which'must lead to it. Ia a contest letween a Unijn Whig and Disunion DemocraT w support the Whig. If this be treason to Democracy make tae most of it. The friends of the Union, both north and south, are holding Union meetings and resolving to stand by the compromises of the Contilution, and sustain the peaeo measures of the late aession of Congress. Union Associations are being organized. The tone of the press in the interest of the disnnfonists, both north and south, shows that there ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 November 1850

0 DEBATES I THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONTENTION. REPORTED BY IIARVEV FOWLER, ESQ. The Grard Jurr System. COXTl.fCTD. Wednesay, Oct. 23, 1330. Mr. MLES roe an.I mM: I feel sir, the weight of the, responsi liility that I incur in my present condition of cealta, in attemptim; to address this Convention, Alter two hours sitting in this Hall, on a suliject of such grave import mce as the one now under debate. Mr. PETTIT suggested, that if the gentleman desired it, he had no tloulit the Convention would readily postpone the suliject nntil to-morrow morning. Mr. NlLES. I shall doubtless be ahle to proceed with the few remarks I have to make. I have leen highly gratiüel, sir, at the disposition which has leen manifested by members of this Convention t J open the door to debate, and to permit a fair and thorough discussion of this subject. Gantlcmen who have preceded me have appropriately referred to the origin and histoiy of the Grand Jury System. It is tme, sir, that it h.is'eome down to us hono...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 November 1850

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, iXDIANArOLISr, XOYEXBER 0, iS50. Disunion North and South. There is no longer any doubt tut that there is a preconcerted movement between tho Northern and Southern disuionists. At the South this misguided faction is exciting the people by telling them that they have been sacrificed, by the northern abolitionists. To the slave owners they say, ''you have been disfranchised and degraded because you own slaves." To the poor laboring roan they say the abolitionists are determined to abolish slavery, and place you on an equality with the negro. Thus they keep the country in a blaze of excitement. Ssperation is their only remedy. This is re-echoed at the North, and gives evidence to Seward, Giddings and Garrison that there can be no peace so long as slavery exists in any of the States. It is to them evidence strong as "proofs of Holy Writ," that the compromise measures have failed to accomplish the oljects designed by their friends. They in return, play their part ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 November 1850

VTILHAM J. BUOWN, raitor. "W" "Fl E TT Tj V" 5 SHSI-WEEIiLYi ............. .$4 CO AUSTIN II. BltOWN, Publisher. . " (WEEKLY, 00 VOL. X. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1850. NO. 25. : 1 : . . . ' . ! ' ? ; INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, ETOSice in THE SENTINEL BUILDINGS Ja JYbrfA Side Washington, mar Meridian St., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS HALL, AUSTIN II. BROWN, Publisher. THE, SEHI-VTEEKLT EDITION I published every Wednesday and Saturday mid Tri-Weekly during the Stsii.u of tiie Legislature, at T0U2 E0LLAE3 A YEAE, Invariatly in Advance. THE WEEKLY EDITION I published every Thuxdnr, and ia funiWied to subscriber at the KiLowinj very low rates: On Copy, rnie year ... 2 00 Tliree Copies, one year, 5 CO Kive Corne. one year, ." 8 00 Ten Copies, (in Cliilw) one year, 10 00 One Copy, s.x moult: 1 00 One Copy, tii reo luonths, - 50 The Konoy, in all cases, to accorapany subscriptions. CTAny person endin? us a Club of Ten, with cash, at th rnte f SI OU each. s':iatl hav...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 November 1850

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WHiIjIAM- J. BROWN, Editor. INDIANAPOLIS', NOVEMBER 10, 1850. . Union Meetings. ,. When' we recommended the people of Indiana to organize Union associations, and hold Union meetings, we were influenced by raotivra higher than mere party triumphs. Such meetings Would be powerless for good unless all paf ty considerations were merged in the great qirestion. cf the Union of these States. A question wL'dt in our estimation is paramount to all others. But the Editor of the Journal sees in the proposition nothing above some low party trick, which he cannot fathom and therefore he is opposed to it. If we were disposed to make political capital out of his declarations we would lay that opposition at ihe door of the whig party. But wc are satisfied that be docs not speak the sentiments of tlie great body of the whig party of Indiana, who, in. stead of following in the wake of Seward and his abolition clique, sustains the views of such National whigs as Milliard Fillmo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 November 1850

DEBATES IX THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. REPORTED BY HARVEY FOWLER, ESQ. Rights of .Married Women to Property. "WicvzsDAY, Nov. 13, 1S50. Mr. OWEN: I confess to my anxiety regarding the fate of the sections that have just been read. Ha subject of greater Importance than that to which they refer has come up, since we met here. Ho saltiect oi greater importance will engage our attention, till we close- our labors and go hence. As in estimation, next to the right of enjoy. inj life and liberty, our Constitution enumerates the right of acqniring, possessing, protecting property. And these sections refer to the latter right, heretofore declared to be natural, inherent, inalienable, yet virtually withheld from one-half the citizens of our Stale. Women are not represented in our legislative halls. They have no voice in selelecting thoso who make laws and constitutions for them. There may be good reason for that. I enter not on the enquiry. Öne reason often given for excluding women from t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 November 1850

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. INDIANAPOLIS, -XOYirVBCK 16, 1S50. Campaign of 1S32. TLis is tho beading of the leader in. the last number cf the statesman. It sets out by stating, there is an attempt on the part of mergers cf Congress "to forestall public Mntimont"1 in fivor of Gen. Cass. This is wholly unfounded and untrue. " The great effort of members of Congress dunng the list session, was to suve the coun. trr. Tho Presidency was a consideration of minor importance. If there was uo United States, thera would Le no need of a President. Such seemed to be the sentiment of Patriotic Whigs as well as Democrats. The subject was scarcely ever mentioned. In this assertion we will be sustained by every member of Congress. "We have heard more said in tho short month we havo been in Indianapolis, about the next Presidency ,th an we did during the ten months wc were in Washington. But the Editor mutt writs an article in opposition to Gon. Cass, and it was necessary to find an excuse, and the asse...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 November 1850

1,1 ,. I '- ' . t ' WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. ) "VTTT TT "C TT T. TT" $ SOU-WEEKLY, .....$4 OO AUSTIN II DROWN, Publisher. $ VV -CJ . f ' . - - ' ... ' -." - . . ... ' " " " ' C WEEKLY,. . . 2 OO VOL. X INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28; 1850. NO. 26, , " 1 C ) iXDIA-VA STATE SENTINEL: A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, ; D-OfHce in THE SENTINEL DL'ILDIXGSa 'Warth Side IVashington, mar 3feridian St., . opposite odd fellows hall, AUSTIN II. BR OWN, Publisher. TEE SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION p itl.:i-J vcrjr WcJucfUy aitt Sa'ur.lay auJ Tn-Weekly durihi i:ie eM.uti oi' ti.e legislature, al f OUB TC0I.LA2.S A YEA3., IavaxUUy in Advance. THE V S X L Y EDITION j pj e.i evt.r- T. ur.1.iy. lufcl : limii!ied to ubcr.ber al ihe tutiuwiug vary 10. iic. Uli l"ö,iv, Vta r.fee t.'J;.c cue y-ar OJIt., )btt. ". . V a ' y-11", ...... OlK" v ut )', f X .iml '. ' ie Coir. :ir.c . S i DO . 5 UU . b CO , 1 u M Tua iloucy, La U. c, :a ;jja:jAny a'c.crlpüoas. 7-Any (i .in i-ii-üinf h a Chi! of wilii can. at i.ie rale o" ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 November 1850

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. IMDIAXAPUM, NOVILMMEIl , 1MO. JJ As there U a largo numlwr of strangers at present in the city, attending the Courts, we wtmld remind the publio that th Governor's Mansion will be open tli evening, for lhi reception of visitors. Governor Wright will bo tap py to ace all who may fivor hint with a call. i Judge llantlngtou's Chnrge. Wo transfer to our columns tliia production with great pleasure. It is the language of an independent ami upright Judge, and wo trust that it will have a good effect in sustaining that healthy tone of public entiment which nnw pervades rlie great body of the peoplo of Indiana. The Judge first shows the necessity of that provision ii l!io Constitution which provide for tho extradition of fugitive sl.ivcs, then prove the necessity of the present law, anI finally tho high obligations of the people to sustain and- carry it out. We are glad to tee it endorsed ly tho names of the honorablo gentlemen who reqnet a ...

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