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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 February 1848

Foreign Jims. Tlio stcara-propcllcr Sarah Sands nrrivcil at Kow York on Thursday forenoon, lOlh !nkt, with seven da! later intelligence. Slio sailed from Liverpool Jan. 22il. Ilcrnows is not of special importance. Kkolanii. UroadttulTt wcro quiet ami rath er heavy. At LivcrKX)l, tlour was quoted at 17 n 10s. per barrel, anil corn at 30 a 83s. per 4S0 pound. On tho 22d, liouctcr, com improved l!. At London, lira demand was modcrato and tho supplies good. f Tho money market was steadily improving,; and no moro extensive failures had taken place. Specie is rapidly (lowing Into tho Hank of Eng land. Consols aro worth 87J a8"J. From tho manufacturing districts, ouraccounts of the state of trndo aro i cry gloomy. In many towns not the least improvement lias taken place, while soino mills aro altogether closed, and oth ers aro working short time. Tho condition of the operatives is described as one of terrible des titution and hopelessness. Ministers havo refused to rednco tho present heavy...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 February 1848

( niJjiL. .W.r -t fit,'' -u- gtjflcttltttfal. IVom the A&any Cultivator. Full PlonhiL'. November ii tlio Liesl inonlli for plowing Jsntls that arc to ba planted llie next spring. I am awaro that t am on tha borders nf controversy in making this ataleincnl j but it sf cms to mc that tlic following advantages iriso from t lie practice 1st. At this season tlio team it stronger, and tha weather more favorable for breaking up crass land, than in the spring. 2d. Aa the spring of the year istho most hurrying season to the farmer, it is a great heir) to him to have tlio plowing dune tho fall previous. 3d. In turning tho land over so late in the season, nothing green starts up, and the frosts of winter immediately following, tho grass roots a"ro Iciflcd tho surface also, ex posed tn the action of tlio frost, is mellow ed, ond in the spring the land will be. di vested of every living thing, and crumbto down before the harrow as fine as a garden bed. The labor in planting and weeding the c...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 February 1848

!3 .tL' . VOLUJIE XIV BRATTL.EK ORO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1848. NUMBER T. Ihm lit lainll 0Jrr!nj. The Dentist's Arm-CIiair. 1 rAnoDV. I fear !t 1 I fear ft I and who shall dare To chide me for fearing that old ann -chair ? I've dreaded It lony, and with fearful cries I've bedewed it with tears, and embalmed It with sighs) Fear shoots with a thousand panes thro' m; heart Not one will yield, not A tremor depart. "Would jc leam the spell t Mtjaivwal UxJ.e thertt And a boirid place is the dentist's &rmchair. In childliooiVs hour,fiom my teeth I hare screamed, Hut of the dentist power, I never had dreamed. My motlicr, sho charmed away every fear, ith threatening words, and a box on the ear; Bhe scorned that hcrchild such a coward should be, And said that there ne'er was a ninny liko me And she taught me Imt what, I cannot declare Though I learned not of her to dread that arm-chair. I sat, and I dreaded it, day after day, As my teeth grew black, and began to decay; And I almost died, ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 February 1848

Congressional Proceeding". Wednesday, Feb. Id. SKNATE. The House resolutions of thank, to General Scott were token up, read & thied time, and nassed veas 46. nan 1 (Mr Hold. Tho resolutions of thanks lo General To) lor next come up, anei .wr unttcniicn row ami spoke In reference to some remarks recently made by the Senator from New HnmDshiret'he contended that the approbation of the conduct 01 orators uia not imply an approbation 01 ino war. Mr Halo responded, defending himself strong ly o I tlw ground that his constituents wcro op tiosed to tnu war. Mr Fonts snoke In very strona terms dentin- ciu.ory of Mr Halo and iho Liberty Party, and re.id loiu cxtracls from nauinhlcts itrculalcd in New England by Mr Wright, which were against the war, mid which lie uiiedgetl were circulated under sanction of tiro Whigs. He charged tlia opposldon widi protracting the war and aiding Mexico, lie uid General Marshall had written a letter by which the Mexicans were crootiv en' eouraged to expec...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 February 1848

, v 4..H. i-.int tmyuriani .icn nam jicaii." aw HmKo w ot w ! Ann lle-n Vara.ernt.ht tia armr- of Tartar bat. the Sen hmaht am .Mv nutans of the .. af wttou ere ordered on Ike rteertHTSar tmravrin. Tbe Sun Orlcan. bed .-at? thirty olaw WMi gwcmm awl aramt 190 trWrbutcMHM ' .mil I ruwtrtTDft(flr , nm Mr lTinr nri t it Yrrn Cm on utaf . Ian. iho fth itL. kaariuf (ltttlilw two irn roi S-.xitt. r a ttsreramwit . WJiine?on. Ke hM on JTumlw, tfi nil auL. on Wri tht U. & Mwiraw bin. fcf MtiV. 1" ?fow r laam m ilninJ r two lar to ib In rfran to aw in shrml J b- trjBwlr kauwn. . I p.-- ber beftr. de reariwrftfr Befit.- dNtebnUnrngtahv MrFn-iicr are of, unllnKyoniA atra nut ntn nBrwrttiK'a. TS. aatnra of ttntu aol rnif known at Vera Cmz, Rut from a aaanat in "hit to . hara abkfing aonttleaeB in learn that a Itmt-' ican C.wgrw Im mit in wrsnf ot peon tritirh ' Cfnrral ratt h&t talten tfat) nuyofiwHffity af ae-, vfiinx. Una of rbo Htklea of ttm ananp mrnt ta tttut tnatra thotuawl rmi St...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 February 1848

AunicULTCnAi. Education. Wherever wo addrosa popular assemblies, tno young h men come lorwaro. mm wnmnu "j H the Inn J, with n earnf it expression or hope I to see Agriculluro placed nl the head of the ! learned professions In this Nation of Farm- men come forward and cordially take ui uy era. This result must uo ociiienu. .. a nolle work, In which all noble minds will cheerfully toil by night and by day, till M ly accomplished. No sneers and ridicule,, no secret opposition nor open indifTerencn, can prevent the ultimate triumphs of knowl edge over both prejudico and ignorance. A irood scientific agricultural education will one day be placed within tho reach of 'Pk:. !. !!. eVery poor llimi a duii. a ids is uui iai.il. Instead of there being four millions of adult males employed in rural occupations In America, thirty-nine in every forty of whom never seo an Agricultural paper or book, ninety-nine out of every ono hundred farm ers will bo moro thoroughly educated than lawyers, docto...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 3 March 1848

Itefmrwt VOLUME XIV. BRATTLES OUO, FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1848. NUMBER 28. Worcester's Universal nnil Critical DICTIONARY or tiic nxtinsu language. D Y JOSEPH E. WORCESTER, LL. D. One Volume, Bvo. alierp, 1032 wyes Price, $3,00. TV PaUUhert respectfully invite attention to the fol lowing eminent testimony to th excellent of thi Stamtard IJictionant. Tha eiccution of this Dictionsry full answers to ilstiUe. The Vocabulary la probably more comprehensive! than that of all preceding Eosfish Dictionanea unlted.1 Constant reference la made to Authorities with re spec! to worda newly introduced, and care la taXen to note auch aa aro technical. foreign, obsolete, provincial or vulgar. The definition! aro clear and eiact, and those i those nr- tainlngto technical and aeientiAe tenna are specially valuable to the general reader. Tho author baa evidently beatowe-l great labor on prtmtmtialton. III. ajstem or Notation, which la casi ly understood, and founded on a more complete analy aia of the vowel...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 3 March 1848

Congressional ProcctJingg. Wednesday, Feb. 23. SENATE. A message was received from tho Tr.i,1int- announc-ims hit signature to certain acts of Congress; among which was onojirovid Ing aJilitional quarters for troops at New Or an act sumvlcmcnUrr to an act regulating appellate jurisdiction of the Su preme VOUrt. HO aiSO .rBUMlUUCM HWlgU in writing, believed to contain tho uew Treaty xi.L M. Att.n mtimltti-il a fcuslntlon r-alllntvnrt tlin i'rctidclit for Information whether tho active op- erattons or tho Army in Mexico nave been sus pended If an annul! ce, Bad. If so, on what au thority. The sumo trcntlcman also submitted a rcsolu- Von Inrtructinir the Judiciary Committco to in- quire whether tho act of 1799 required an amendment, more effectually to minish Ameri can citizens for holding treasonable corrcspond . .1 : r a cuce wiw iuo s.-iicurr m uuw ui "i . resolution removing the injunction of secrecy on all previous jxecuuvo uuimi' .wj,nisw. r.nA nxpimlinir I hn Fortieth Hule of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 3 March 1848

I r ' r . . ... -in , ....... .i.t.- ctr vicoas aecrctary or state, no main ura i wnfiJcnco of Hr Mortroc,nl siftrd in tho ac vomplishmcnt of measures winch have ronlribut ed to onr nalionsl jslor nnd twHpcnlys . o need only mention tho recognition oT Hie title- 1 u -e ,1... HmilK American lUMIUUlllt. first wli-ncated bv Henry Clay, In tlic llouw lt Ttcprcscntatitcii, and the successful acquisition of Floritta, and adjustment of the Spanish claims, to point out the vaiuo anu importance ui uu m- r r. l 1 .. 1 cnnl.l not ho overlooked. Hit loner and eminent services, firm integrity or pnmiplo and lolly ado mm tuo cnoice oi ail iniciugeiit ftntrintimri. mil and calm-thinking men. From tho popularity of Jackson, Crawford and Clay, cacli f whom was the candidate of a larg party, the electoral colleges were abfo to mike no nomination, and this nnpillon tlisvnlvpd on Conirrcss." At ttio first ballot Sir Adams receded tho votes of; thirteen Stales, which constituted a majority. A Committee ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 3 March 1848

nt trl ats-jr, - if Popalar Errors about the "Rise and Fall" of Sap. nr rnor. lijjdiey, university op lokdoh. What curious hallucination is that which supposes ilia sap of trttt to fall, or settle, in tho winter into the roots! One would hato thought that the notorious difticultjr of cramming a quart or water into a pint measure, might liavo suggested thy improb ability of such a phenomenon, For it cer tainly docs require a tcrjr largo amount of credulity to believe that tho fluids of tho trunk and head of a tree, can by any nalu , ral force of compression, be compiled to enter so narrow a lodging as tho root, The idea, however, has established itself in soino persom' minds, and, we presume, in con nection with that other old vulgar error, that .the sap is in rapid motion in the spring lime, in the roots of a tree, beforo it begins to flow in tho branches. These whimsies took their origin in days when the world was contented to accept assertions upon trust, and when hypotheses and v...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 March 1848

Hcrmont J h it nix VOLUME XIV. BRATTXjEB ORO, FIUDAY, MARCH lO, 1848. NUMBER 39. i iVr M Vermont VKccnvc. A Mother's Lament for Her Sons Slain in Mexico. Mjr gallant ions are sleeping now, apoa tbo blood italnctl plain, The stAtcly head, the noble form, lie low among the slain; In TuanliooU'i curly itrength cut down, their battles f oon were o er, Tlicrc gone, In nit their beauty, from my sight for evermore. I couM hare borne It, hod they died, as died their honored sire, Had I bat seen them peacefully and prayerfully expire But they wero smitten when their hands lth blood were rocking red, Sent thtM to reckon with their God for every drop Uiey shed. Aim 1 my sons, I little thot my woful lot 'twould be To mourn thus bitterly that ye were ever given me. Oh, loted and lost, ye came to me like messengers from Heaven, And freely then my youthful strength for your sup- iort was given I gnawed you, In childhood's years, with faithful. fervent care, And for your welfare offered up full man...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 March 1848

1 '? Congressional Proceedings. Tuesday, Feb. 25. In the SENATE, a message from the IVesi dent ia reply to A resolution wu read, stating that he had no farther information relatire to the suspension of army operations in Mexico, than he had already communicated to the Sen ate in his message with the Treaty. The resolutions previously offered by Mr Al len, abolishing execnu'ro or secret sessions, and removing the injunction of secrecy from past proceedings in such sessions, were laid on the table br laree majorities. Mr Benton's resolution, calling for a copy of the proceedings of the Fremont Court Martial, was aaoptca. The bill from the House, giving the franking privilege to Mr Adams' widow (Mrs Louisa viwenne xiuains,! was passeu. A great number of Petitions, resolutions. &e. were presented - by Mr Turner, resolutions of Tennessee legislature in favor of an Increase of py io private aoiniers, uy mr iriarae, resolu tions of Rhode Island Legislatnro in favor of ending the War, a...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 March 1848

I'rom the National Intelligencer. Funeral Obsequies of II r Adams, Pursuant to the resolve of both Homes of Congress, Saturday week was set apart Tor rcn ilcring to the remains of tho deceased l'atriot and Statesman tlio last human tribute in conducting them to their resting place In the "City of Si lence." , ... At an early hour men In uniform might bo seen hastening to their respective places of pa rade, while numerous groups of citizens and strangers were flocking from all directions to ward the Capitol. lly a judicious arrangement, the doors of that srast building were thrown open to tho gathering multitudes, while those of the Hall of tho Houso of llcprcscntativcs, where tho funeral ceremo nies were to take place, were closed to all hut tho members and officers of the House llio ladies' cullery was rapidly filled up, all gentle- ' m.m w'tiinnt iiifttinption ijeinff neremntoi iir ex cluded. A certain portion of the semi-circular gallery (usually occupied throughout by gentle men...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 March 1848

sifltCcuUuvnl. rem the Albanv Cultivator, In.tnrc of the Potato. Editors op the Cultivator There have, been a thousand and ono attempt! to explain the cause or causes of the potato rot, and asmany remedies suggested, most 01 wnicn, in wnoio or in part, appear to be unsatisfactory. I am not about to llicoriso upon this sub ject, but shall simply deal in matters ol lact, as they occur under my management of this crop on my toil, tearing the reader to judgo for himself whether the samo management tvouw ue attended witn nice success with him. Thero is one system of management by which I have thus far never failed of rais ing fine, mealy and sound potatoes, that Keep well the season round. I select i piece of green sward land, of sandy or graV' ell V soil, that has never been subiecled to i course of manuring and cropping; (apiece oi pasture lino is best, and II it never bore a crop or potatoes it is still belter;; and plant it as early ss possible to potatoes cm vtar. tvltnout manure. J...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 March 1848

wetmmxi itmrnm tMtm Q.Bp fcwB- - rrf mlym ,,, , m, immu im M in mfjir tsti i --?T T -- f JM I f i r -w .ten . -.- 'v .y . ; - . . .... . v -VOLUME XIV. URATTIuKU ORO, FltlDAY, MARIt 17, 1848 P'UBLlSUEn EVERY miDAYBY Z RYTHER tV PLATT. O. II. PLATT, KDITOll, )FFIOK-jco. s wiikrlkh's avoxx sriLDixa. Tcnwa. To ilngto Subscribers, f 2.00 a vciir. To Companies and those who paj In advance, a liberal mcouni m m ue maac. & Ma T IC Iloavost Is oar Travelling Age I)'. Died In this village. Feb. IC. Itnsalla Elisabeth Mone, daughter or Amnion ana rarani w. stone, aged C months Liars compote ly the Jfothr. And uonr my child has gone to rcit, And mar she bo forever blest; O res, she may, and happy be, wilh ns. Tlian alio would have been If she had staid This child was snatched from my breast Without a warning of my distress; The father is left to mourn the loss Of one who has gone to rest. My God, thai gave my child Its birth, lias now closed its eyes In death; "Why should we murmur or comp...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 March 1848

SB Congressional Proceedings. 1 Wr.iiNKsHAT, March 8. In tho SENATE, Mr Webster presented a petition front certain citircnt of Virginia, pray ing Congress to pass a law setting apart the pro ceeds of the public lands to be employed In (the abolition of Slavery. Tho plan proposed by the petitioners was that the money should be de voted to the purchase and manumission of inlant female slaves. Mr Mason of Virginia objected to Its recep tion, and it was laid on the table. The Committco on Naval Affairs was Instruct ed to Innuire Into the expediency of establishing a Navy Yard on Ship idand, in the Gulf of i)lextco,u lhu coast ot .Mississippi Mr StgjAr presented a memorial, geographi cal nnd Commercial, on the present state of the commerce of Liberia, Manchurin, and of tho Asiatic Islands In the Northern Pacific, sliowinu that an important opening Misled for extending the commercial intercourse of the United States in that quarter of tho world. Tho memorial was prepared by Aaron fanner, ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 March 1848

' '4sv Mr. Clay arid the Ladles. Tho Kok York llcralil nlrc llio fuJlisvlvirrin tercsting account of tlie Visit of tlio ladies to Mr v-tay, on atiinly last t , At 11 o'clock jircdscly, Mr Clay was ushered into tho Governor! room, in the City Hall, vhich waj crowded in el cry part wlUi olj and young ladies, wailing (o I'm him and shale hand. All was there restlessness and confusion nuuiu on ui-iuv, sviuio omcrs sioou upon luu so fas and chairs, to get n first look at him. Aldor inan Franklin then announced to tho ladies that 3Ir Clay was ready, and they might eomo on as fast as they could. A general rush was then made, some of whom caught hold of his hand, nu i asiing up in ins lace nn arcn smile, ivuscit on, w'tilu; the looks of others seemed to ray, "won't you kiss me?" Ono lady broke tho ground, and pouting out her pretty lips, receiv ed tho first kiss. There, was a general rush to too who would have the next- One lady press ed her way fnrotigli the crowd, held up before Air Clay ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 March 1848

8flV(cUUitcaI. Iron V Boston Cultivator. Manufacture of Maple Sugar. Messrs Editors, As llio season for null ing mnpln sugar' is drawing near, I uko un opportartity to eetii you a short account nf my melliod of manufacturing lint arti cle ; which you are at liberty to insert in j our valuable paper if you think it may be any benefit to your readers ; unci although I make no pretensions, to any superior at tainment! in the business, yet, having hail considerable experience in it for some 12 or 15 years past, I think 1 have made some Important Improvements, not only in the quantity and quality of the sugar ; but also in the expense of making it, and, perhaps some ot your readers who live in sugar ma king regions, may not have paid that alien' lion to this important branch of ntmculnir at interest which the subject demands ; as it is but a few years since farmers in this vicinity thought that making maple sugar was an unprofitable business, and not worth tnucn attention. But I am glad ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 24 March 1848

X i fVi . M IHicemx VOIiUMB XIV. BKATTXjISI! OUO, FRIDAY, MAKBl 24, 1848. NUMBER 31. Vermont rUBLISttKU KVKUY FRIDAY D Y RYTHER &. PLATT. O. II. PLATT, r.DITOU. OITICK .!IO. 2 VVUKXLCtt'S STONK BClLMKO, Termi. To single subscribers, SJ.00 a year. To Companies, and those who pay iu advance, a liberal uiicoutit win w raoae. .Mistaking (do Person. BY IIIS JOSEPH C. NEAt. cosctviitu. CIlAl-TEIl III. From dial hour ttic fever spell was tiro. 1 I . ; I t l.l DT-Mj T. 1C. Hoaiox, ! our TravellinS Agent. ' )" " "! "J "E uu" ,1 c'dier strength l leave her room. Ldward Duncan had nut teen licr since the night of his anvious watching, and even the aid of Morris was thought unnecessary alter a week or two had elapsed. But her enntat cscence, though tardy, was far ftum being unpleasant. There was a delicious languor throughout her frame, thai made die Hum mer air doubly welcome, as, stealing oter the perfumed flowers, it rustled Iho light ami came " JInstang." The New Orleans Delta of the Sl...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 24 March 1848

J' ' Congressional Proceedings. WEDNCSDAY.Mnn.il IS. Ill ll.o SENATE, alter a prayer by Itcv. Mr liurlcy, ana tbo presentation ol several peti tion. &c.. Tlio Vico President submitted a letter from Mr Sevier, tho Senator frnmi Arkansas, resign; m ins euai, on account oi ins nppuiiiiiiivus iv Mfevico. , A communication was received from tlio Sec retary of tie Navy, relating to tlio Naval appro miaUonx for the past year. Mr Cameron presented too rcaolutiom of tho Pennsylvania Legislature, respecting a Railroad to tho Pacific. ...... . .-11.. ,1- 1- 1 C Til JVgrc-cautj iiiu iivnci;, int uuuimiiss ui in., introduced a bill 'establishing tlra Territory of jscbrasicn. ii was twico read, ana rcierrea to tho Comraittco on Tcrrilorics. Mr Benton, agreeably to notice, introduced a joint resolution for tho promotion of tho uso of W. It ! .1 XT T. . . 1 vmcncn aii-uij. in uiu na,T. jc was rcicrrcu to tho Committee on Naval Affairs. Mr Wcstcott, from lho Committee on tho Ju diciary, reported...

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