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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 11 February 1869

- THE DEMOCRAT; Sews About Dome. T.ktVi OD IBf Ukkin notes, nd faith h '1 print 'em It is muddy. TVe noticed but two cases of intoxication on Saturday. Two too many. Res away last Saturday. Horse all saddled, all bridled, etc. Nobody hurt. The last hop was well attended, and all seemed to enjoy themselves muchly. Tb was a temperance lecture last Tuesday evening, by one Beck, of iscooam. Last Saturday, the Utli.bore date of the surrender of Ft. Henry, the latter being A. D. 1862. Wb hare examined a few pieces of mukic composed by Geo. Work, of this place. They bear the stamp of good taste.' Parish sociable at Cleavelaiul's last Tliuraday evening, was the best attended of the winter's serin. A pleasant atl'air. Thk Evangelical Lutheran clnmh building is not yet completed. Like the MetbKxliet chnreh, nobody seems to know when it will be finished. Street temperance lecture or Saturday afternoon. This is a broad field for earn -est effort on the part of philanthropists in this sphere. " ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 11 February 1869

(irant am! Stanton. TIip coafiwwsy which li row in progress relative t" the opposition bv Mr. smntnn to Gkntf A Grant, when the latter had crnrrnni in th West. rrrall, to onr mirvl ereats which transpired after Gen- ' Qrant took command of the Eastern n'-t'iirs. Whatever may tc the truth in regard to Mr. Stanton desiring to supersede Genera Grant and plare the "Western ar'-r, vier the command of Mr. Banks, there i loilenvinir the fact that subsequent action of Stanton furbishes at least circumstantial proof that .hose charee aretrnp Still further events nrove that -,rr rra v-o t,i firjint tho full as3:t.tncr. of the War Department until he was obliecd to. Soon nfter General Grant took command of th? Army of the T"otomaca controversy look place b itww him ard Secretary Stanton, in refcrc-r.ee to the former ordering the troops, which were stationed around Wash? igton and Biltimore, to the front, to sstisl in the active operations igainst G i. . A large aranbei of troops were lying idl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 18 February 1869

WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. VOLUME XIV. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 8i!. NUMBER 24. PLYMOUTH Poctrn. A MOTHER'S BLTXDXES. BY PH'EBE CART. A tnrmuut, berin5 hi" gan n-fleld. Went wnistfln? merrily ; When hiheird th blacttet of black crow.s all out from a withers 1 tree : ' You are iroln to '.ill the thiovi-h birds, And I wonH if I were yon : But. yon m-'tn't touch ray family. Whatever elje you do !" M I'm only 2o;n? to kill the bird Th:i are eating up my crop: nl if your yonnjf one do ?uch ttttngs, Be -are they'll have to stop.1 O," "-ld the crow, "my children Are the beit one ever bini : There im'tone amon them all Would steal a jrruiu of corn." V, V how shall I know which one- they arc ? Do they nnaMi von?" () no." Mid the crow, "they're the prettiest bfrdd, And the whitest that ever flew! To off went the sportsman, whittling. And off, too, west his inn ; And it" strtiir-' .-chocs never eeassa Again till the Jay was done. And the rld crow ;t untronhled, i iwin' away in her nook ;...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 18 February 1869

THE PEMOCRiT. KDITETI NT) PCBL1nfD DT VMVALKENBURGH & THOMPSON. . t. VllfUAUHMt r- THOMPSON. Thursday, February 18, 1869. THE IXFIMOI'S The following is the infamon, datnBaVle and deradinj atriino!nient to the constitution of the United States, adopted hy the lower house of consrres. and which will prohahly shortly he submitted to Ihn legislatures f the vrtriou states, fur their adoption or rejection : Art. See. 1. The rtjtM of any cit- j . iten of the united Rtites to vote shall not he denied or abridged hr the United SVe "T anv state by reason of race or color, cr previous eondtion of slaver?, of anv citiifn or any class of citizens of the United State. Sec. 2. Oon;rros .hall hare the pow er to enforce. Ky appropriate legislation. the provisions of this artie'e. If will be seen that the first section enfranchises aM negroes and everything ' eUe that the fanatics call citizens of the ! TJu'tel States. an1 by the second sec- whom it was referred have not even retion. tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 18 February 1869

TOE DEMOCRAT. IM3 About Home. Yittow RtrsR on a hlsrh. PitsBTTtiiTAX sociable tin evening nt the residence of Mr. Black, on Michigan trcet. Foa 3tl A HCimUrilitp in the Mercoants' National Business College of; Chicago. Applv at t!iis office. Tt Wvtio T will par cash nn donrery mr w. n, . . , ----- a m Lf. mm A I.iiwp stnl t r.O at r1 Is? rat or 25 cents earn, ueiivercu pa me tnwm of the C. C. & L K H. P. McDonald. T foreman ofve D.-mrat office expr.es thanks for valentines received. If he knew th-ir source he would return the compliment. Tfft Methf)d?st church of this place pro Yfrtcd itself with a new or?1-, rallied nt flt By far the largest and hamNomes organ now in the place. V Satnrdav. the 7th inst.. a nnmber of Iod:an chiefs pnsrd threuph this place en route for Washington, to enter into tircrtiations for peace with the government Ts best take off we have seen on " tin weddings." -silver weddings," etc.. is that .-fa chap who advertised his "C:.t-ap weddine." 'in O...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 18 February 1869

The Radical Dilemma. It is some consolation for honest people to know that sooner or later the sins of wilful miszovernment recoil with a double power upon the headl of their authors. Viol itins of laW and of justice are like the IP boomerang which, flung into the air, returns to wound the hand tint sent Iba weapon on its errand of mischkf. When a Radical Congress passed the T "ure-of Office act, which tr.r-! nni ! fhe President of the United Bl " into i pcr3onaee of less political importance thai one of his own clerks, the wh Radical party approved and applauded the deed as eminently wise, ben um patriotic In vain did the Demo r iCf point out the palpable unconity of the measure, and the disistrous i nseouenres which were sure to follow ' he establishing of such an unnceeas&ry and dangerous precedent The voice of a helpless minority was drowned in the shouts of the triumphant mob, and : : 'Elative fetters were riveted about the limbs of the Executive, fools ad Eanattci ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 25 February 1869

WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. VOLLME XIV PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, L869. NUMBER 25. PLYMOUTH Doctii). OHA wdmo TirEir nun;. r.Y BAIir.lKt ArPRFrtlT. (iBANDMrvTHBR sP in h TPiy ch'ilr, Softly hummfnj- om. rvd-time fcir; And a he sinus hr ncdtes keep jmce With tho !Tni '. thit flit over her wrinkled face. While the Breli-.'ht (Pokers and f-wlrs mv.iv, Ami comes agHU, like the br oking day. From morning till evenirrr she knit? find pings". While ever the urndnlnm tire'. win? The raomen1 around. ith it ick and' stroke, Norha.-tes for the fcatat, r..,r lag! for the yoke; a'kI Jrandmother Bgrer repines at hT fate M hetnf toe be at the " Crystal Gate," - IIuVir.(i. nnd danThcrn. nn 1 pnrs all ei. Wcartag the M crown " and the " rarir, it fair ; " Sinins the son.'- that wi never tire Ann wellin; tho Chora Donn'i 'r, An1 patiently, hopefalhr, Mde the tin Thai -hall Win" her at last to I fairer c 'Tis trood upon cuiUhondV Tats to Th 1 1 tftll look-, from n'l douMlnir fr Bat harter, v far. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 25 February 1869

THE DEMOCRAT. KniTSn AND rUl IIUKD BT VAHVALKEIV3URGH & TH0MPS0N. p. K. TtfTttCmOMI, A. C. THOMPSON. Tlinndkri Frbrnnry 33. 109. THE AMFDMEST. The Washinsron house of represen tatives. on Saturday, adopted the suf - fra.e amen Intent in another form, and by a Majority tint, should the senate now concur, will answer the constitu- I te democratic members of the leirislatio'ial requirement. The clause, i ture "enerallv. naid their rpsnects to agreed to by the house, reads as fol lows : Th" iHM of ritlzai of tve ümHei st.it to to'1' and hoM oliv hall "it h dni"t nr Mlgedl hy anv tute in account of ric nilor, or mtivirv. property. creed. or previous condition of servitude." The words u race " and " nativity ".at tne nates MM on tue MHB. I i is were objected to by congressmen f m remains were escorted to the depot by beyond the Rocky mountains, and will) doubtle meet with objections in the senate front the senators from that re-! gion. The words, M and hold office," were objec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 25 February 1869

.iiiiMrrwrTWT11WMWTMTWWMWWWmiwr(Mii mi i ! THE DEMOCRAT. News About Home. -1 i "o Wclncslav orenin? of hut week, at I the St. Thomas' church, seven persons . - were confiimcd. Thi M. E. Church, of this plar 's to be conipletH. or rather steps ?akt-n to-; want its completion, enriy in nie spruig Wr. are informed that work on the Ev. , , . ... .-....jinir in 1 tliit ' L. church m rapi Hv pro-rresi ncr. an i inni ( wi'l be comnleted and ready for use by , the 1st of April understand thst a number of our prominent citizens are soon to make an excursion to the remote west, lor health and pleasure. Th case in court, between the m. Tho-nas' rhurch and other parties, has been continued until next court. Tlie c8try are confident orsucces3. TT hnve rec.-ivel an answer to the enigma in our last issue, tvith regard to ti . eloeipede. but for certain spec: tic reasons, we " tenderly Uecime punos ing u Thr editor of the Rochester Union SfW ,, , ' has been to church. He advises olhers to do so too...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 25 February 1869

Increase of the DeTyt. The 1 il- vvincr are statements of the total pul lie iklM k - c ish In I he treasury, as reortcl bj the S.erotry i' the Treasury, on tlie Hit of October in each year, since ls'4 : Total pnhl-e debt, Oct. SI, ltl...f2 017,0,5ia W Total public dbt, Oct. St, l-ö... .'HfrjBMJgW Net increase fatJWMSi Total public debt, Oct. IL, 18.. . S,SM,d!M,Il 5 Total public dbt, Oct 31, tatS... MlttjgTglB ' Ne lereae Total public de1.), Oct. 31, SMS. Iccrei-e from Oct. 31. HSZ, ( .'t St, 1863 Total public debt, Feb. 1, lVy).. to t39,SBftn 1! &S6,S06,SS8(8 taeeeaee from Oct. St. 163, to Feb. 1, ISSS 131,561, 13 The total decrease in the public debt lace October 31, 1ÖG0, is owy f 184,640,100.78, while the increase from October 31, 1887, t. February 1, 1800, as exhibited above, is $00 928,21 1. '12. Of this amount, $15,418,457 83 was added to the debt during the montn of oanury last. Daring the Presidential oempaieri cf last summer. n ingenious Puritan, assisted :v so...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 4 March 1869

I n 7 v ft) i t M ..ft PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. VOLUME XIV. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, TUX RSDAY, MARCH L i860. NUMBER 26. t - 77 Poetry. TUT ft PRINTER A T HOME. BT PHOT. O. HOWE aaUUUU, eo. A printer and hi wife Wcre.-ittini: at their T. Without dome-tir strife. In vddod X T C; " Deal Km." the pnnt'T -aid, Th p:ined. .'ire i :irned his I. Snatched n sHea " ol bread. And k des tdaway" some pii "ebon srt a r altlag - ( ur ivi space for mo : m I lvc yrvi tvtter far - TL.ici T " cwttal black tea. Th'-n tVcr hi aettaree form" .-a beul her sweat "Scotch face," ' " " c !" "'trm, i.c wbllatthey jiwo embrace. GONE BEFORE. Tibb'i a beautiful taca in the .-ilea: air. Which follows WH er t 'in n-ir, With rrnili'i eves anti answer hair. With 'olre!eKi"l!r, yet with breath of prayer That I fed, but Cannot hear. '."he dimpled hind, an-l ringlet of old, Me low in a marble !eep : I fftfetcS my arm-1 for the clu-p of old. But Lhe emptr nir 1? ?traiircly cold, Aui! my v'ijil aloue I keep. ' r - i -In. est ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 4 March 1869

TÜE DEMOCRAT. KDtTCD AND Pi'BL'iHK'- BT VAWALKENBURuH & THOMPSON, 9- t. TAXV4tKKXimJll. A C. THQMW05. TUnradajr, Marek , 11169. WASHINGTON ITEMS. To-day the Inauguration takes place and Grant becomes president in fact as Well as in name. It is said that about 20 office-seekers from each county in the United States are presentd or represented in Wash - ington to-day. He hope our Marshal countypatriotsw.il stand for their 1 The colored brother" irou I,.aisiana, MenarJ, addresfed th national ! houe of representatives in beha'.f of! his claims to a seat in that most auguat ' body a few days ago. Several white rads advocate his right to his seat. , The profouod mystery of who will ' get a lucky Dumber in Grant's cabinet is very suggestive of the good old play button,but ton, who's got the button ?" , And thousands of embryo statesmen j ?t . . . ore panting wirn anxiety, expecticg the little joker to be dropped in their willing hands. Sturdy old Ben Wade (nJ.iv rotirpa tVnm ni...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 4 March 1869

THE DEMOCRAT. Jews Aboat Horn?. : . , ! , . , . Woo. will be cheerfully reeved at lUi. office in payment of all debts due ua. W shall publish the president's sRRRR , oral a l Ire a 9oon as delir ?red. H ire i - idea it won't be T-nr lengthy. D. E. Van Valkenrmrgh. one of the fl-' itora of "the Dwnen. hn returned anl nxmu b fT i tT of the duties and labor : of this ofüe. Commissioner's court is now in ersinn, and we hope next week to be ahle to report aiv im-r ant b't'inesi that may be transacted this term Ma. A. C . Thompson, the senior editor of the Democrat, is quite Mllwrijf ill. and we fear will beunahle to Attend, person . allv, to the duties of Uu offl;c far some days. BCStWItiMmrl QOiU a lively aspect in onr streets tatf Thürs lav, Fr'dnv and Saiur lav. ow.ncr to the grwl condition of the radb. and sleigh-riding was quite 3 lVe - ' T m Ws have received a communicfttion f-cra Arcri.s too late for this week's paper i but will be inaertorl next week. Oar Indianapolis corresponde...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 4 March 1869

A Look Ahead. The glimpse willen, through recent utterances of General Grant, the country hv of the pollc) which POTern the incc i ;iini Tit ion, is eminently satisfactory, for it clearly reveals three fundamental principles which have been sadly iackiDcr these many years past These prir.ei les are Honesty, Economy od Independence a trinity of virtues whichi carried into extcuaon, Will come very war retorin? the nation to something like its former prosperity and iiappi ne. We believe It Is Gen'ral Grant's intention to ho thoroughly honest in the measures he may recommend for Congressional adoption, sad that by these measures he simply desires to sceure the greatest good ior the greatest number ; that he will inaugurate, as far as lies in his power, a rigid system of economy in all the departments of public expenditure, and that, best of all, ha has determined to exercise a marly independence in the discharge of the duties pertaining to his high office. And if be can succeed in this ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 4 March 1869

Sentinel Extra. Saturday, Karen 6, 196i. To erery Toter of Indiana no favor of a It in White Man's Government. AND -.,-- TT , . nT1 , OPPOSED TO NEGRO SDR'BAGE ! j i ThinlMue I Submitted 10 the Skopie of Indiana. The Time for Action has Come ! Read aud Circulate Ha Docnrat! ' The Governor has appointed a upectal in mn In the forty-six rouiitie to .thich appeals have heeu made by the senator an! Represent! i vest realtfuiuy; n order to submit the proposed Cont.t ut ioi itl SutTrnKe Amendment directly to the decision of the people, on Tuesday, the 23d of 3f rh. Xo apparent reason can be given lor tlie appointment of the special election on that day, instead of too FIFTH OF APRIL, the day of tbe township eleelion., Imt a disposition on the part of the USWSSUMS and his Radical friends to spite and aMuoy tbe people iu those counties, by lnereasing: their cxpeuse and adding to their trouble in holdiugtwo elections within twelve days. To The Voters Iu the Vacant Legislative Districts: The ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 11 March 1869

PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. VOLUME XIV, poctn). PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH II. 1869. N EMBER 27. " WE WILL LIFT A LITTLE" Lirr little! Lift a little! Neighbor, lend ahstplag hand To Th it heavy-laden brother. Who for weakness, sc irce can t tanrt. What to thee, with thy stfOM MOSele, Seem a light and e.iy load, I to him a pondron burden. Cumbering his pilgrim road. Lift a little: Lift a little! Effort cHm one alded trer-''h : That which 8tatrcer him when rUinc. Thou cant hold at arms full length. Not his fault that he i ieable. Not thy pnfec that ihon art ptron? : It if (J od make lives to ditiV r, Some from wsiling, tome lrom cong. Lift a little! Lift a little I Many they who need thine aid : M.tnv iving on the roa-Me, 'Neath misfortune' drearv bade, ras not hv, like Priest and I.evite, Ileedle" ol" thy fellow man ; But with heart and arms extended. Be the tiood Samaritan. Selected ifltsfclltmn. ".RS. STRF.TTOX'S FRII.NIt Mu. jStrktton looked down into his yourg wife's face. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 11 March 1869

THE DE VOI R AT. EDIT2D AND PCBLldilEU BT VANVALKENBURGH & THOMPSON. p. E. VAN VALKENBITRUII, A. C. IIIIIIWI Thnrsda)-, .M.m Ii 11, ltSGO. Lei all democrats an J conservatives come out to the convention next Saturday and indorse the action of lion. . McDonald in resigning his Beat, to protect their rights, also to protect their rights in the next session of the legislature. This is a vital matter of principle md no man should shirk from doinsr his whole duty. HOBLE ACTION OF DEmOCRÄTIC MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLAURE. THE ISStE HAIE E'EIIA'. 8EGR 0 SUFFRAGE TO BE SUBMITTED 7 0 THE PEOPLE. Last Thursday the democratic members ol t'ie Indiana Legislature resigncd their scats. Tho cause of their action was an effort on the part of the radical members to force a vote on the amendment giving negroes the right to Tote in all the states of the United States. Had tho votebcen taken Indiana would undoubedly have ratified the amendment m violation of the wish, cs of the people of the st...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 11 March 1869

THE DEMOCRiT. Jews About Home. Preskst indications are that the Democrat will soon give even more reading matter than at present. The town marshal is now collecting the tax duplicate, and under an orde r ; of the board, wi'l proceed vigorously, j One of the institutions of this office t. 'turns " warmest thanks," tc , to J. j F. Van Valkcnburgh, for a bottle of California wine, "equal to any and excelled by none." EuaomtWQ has disappeared for good this time, we think. Our townsmen who had not previously laid in a stock of ice for the summer, arc now improving the last probable opportunity of the season. Winter has set in again, and this time spparantly in good earnest, and iU disappearance " for good," which was indicated a day or two ago, was like poor Dick Yates' reformations. " ! Tiik dwelling occupied Dy H. ueca-i er was damaged aomewhat, as also was some hou?ehcld goods contained tlierc-! . . i i . u r.- lU in, last rriuay nigni me, ouw flames were suppressed before serious res...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 11 March 1869

PRESIDENT .JOHNSON'S ADDRESS, To the People of the United States. The robe of i ffice,by constitutional limitation, this day ialls tiom my shoulders to be immediately assumed by my successor. ! For him the forbearance and CO operation i of the Am rican peopk in all his t tlrts to administ r the Gtvirr.mcnt within the . pale ot the Federal Constitution, are sincerely invited. Without ambition togntify.party ends to subserve or personal qi arrels to avenge at the sacrifice of the peace and welfare of the country, my earnest) desirt' is to see the Constitution of the Re- ; )Ublic again the recognized and obeyed aw of the land, and the whole people, North, Houth, East and West, prosperous j and happy under its wise provisions. In surrendering the high cilice to which I was called four years ago by a memorable and j terrible crisis, it is my privilege, I trust, to j say to the people of the United States a ! few parting words in vindication of an official course so ceash ssly assailed an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 18 March 1869

PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. VOLUME XIV PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1869. NUMBER 28. 3octrn. BK.WTIFVL HANDS. Siu h beaatitaL beautiful hands! They're neither white nor small : Am! jroa, I know, viuld scarcely think That they wore fair at all. 1 vc looked on hawls whoso form and hue A sculptor's dream mteW be : Yet are there need, wrinkled hands Most beautiial to me. Snrh heantifnl. heautifn.1 hands! Though heart were weary .iid sad ; Thoe patient hands kept 'oiling on. That children nvsrht he glad. I almost weep, as looking hack To childhood's di-tnnt day. I Think hov these hands" rested not. When mine were at their play. Such beaUtUM, beantiful nsndr ! They're jrowintr fechte now: Fof ! 'm - and piin have left their work On hand, and heart, and hrow. Alas '. alas ! the searing time. And the Mi, sa-1 dav to me. When 'nc vli the daisies, out of sight. These hands will folded b. Bai oh I hoyond thi hadow lamp, W! tc all is bright and fair, 1 know full weM these dear old hands...

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