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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 February 1838

':, ;y,'y AGllS -t : I CttfcCER & MOORE, PROPRIETORS. !, 'ERM4: Subscription, five dollars a ver, payable ia, advance. Advertising, one dollar a. FOR THE TELEGRAPH. & the United States Edward Hall, New Mrlcans. J. S.'Kellt & Co., Booksellers, Mobile, In Texas Bn.v, Gav & Hoxar, Washington. Col. Geo. W. I'o'k, Columbia. Theodore fles- altt, BrazoriafNW. W. Shkimrd, Montgomery, Lake creelc -Judcp Ushkb, Texana. E. T. Branch, Liberty. Jos. Rowi:, San "Augustine. D. C. Cdxmmhiasi, Minn, or.Bastrop. 1.1 squire lar tne erst insertion, ana nit cents lor Hdch cni'tiii'itnce eight Ih'rr, or less, is considered W .'1 jLt:i2r notices of more jj . (.- i i., c s s c;sr&and ao- aiiituw i-anJi' iCL-i w- n. .JUCh. oliice, will CrISTEB. 1..- en-. tt"A it the cjx.itiwi tales -jfaavertisiii'.. V.l n'-.e.-ti'.ituciitstc be paid for ::i advance- aaR-Klgur;''igg''''."-'l'' '.-" '. " " pn-'mw'""' " wKav?Tsrf&ri'irii!iMm 7miWiHlHHBS VOfc. IIS. NO. 9. WHOLE KO. 118. WC LA BO 11 FOR O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 February 1838

s LAWS F THE REPUBLIC OF TEXAS. ., JOINT. RESOLUTION -To'Telecl a Committee of Jive Ac. to locate the scat of m, i ' Government. ' Sec.' 1. Resolved, by the senate mid house ofre-nrrtmtnii-Dfjt af th ruaublic of Ti'jcos in ronsress as sembled, That they will .elect a joint committee of . . r .1.' '. l.l .ui. f.m !. hollar- nve;two irom me senate anu mice uum ,.....-.. of representatives, to be elected by their different houses, to whom shall be referred all the proposi- tions for the location of a permanent seat of gov- ernment, that the said committee be instructed forthwith after the adjournment of congress, to re- pair to that section of country in which it is pro- posed to locate the seat of government, and exam- ine, and.make plots of the different places propos- ed.as.proper for the seat of government, and to vis- it and examine such other places as may be propos- ed fortfie seat of government, and prcp.irc plots and descriptions of all such places with the condi- itions on wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 February 1838

t I1U4 ww m .- t ' ',- qunkes. Acapulco was completely overthrown, ana ttiei city ol Mexico was also inrcaiencu wiin ruin, uu. uiv shock, although violent and prolonged, did no material in- jury. The details of the destruction of Acapulco carry the mind of the reader back to his youthful days when he pored with intense interest over the pages that recorded the overthrow of cities in the old world. There wei c several shocks, commencing at first gradually, but increas ing till the city was reduced to a miss ot rums, nouses, churches, public buildings, all shared in the common ruin. The inhabitants taking warning from the first shocks, for the most part fled to tho fields, so that the loss oflifo waj comparatively insignificant. During the night, the work of destruction was done, and with the return of day, thou- sands found themselves homeless and ruined. Weekly Courier. Bowie Kjcife Rencounter. Practical Legislation. The account of the following outrage, as disgraceful as it is shoc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 February 1838

A LARUE astortment juit reeieved of winter and slim- mer Clothing, Hatf, Boots, Shoes, Calicoes. Crock- try, Slas ware,, Pepper, Mustard, Herrings, Potatoes, Belts, Pilot tread, Crackers, Tobacco, Soap, Candles, Salt, Kails 'Wire, Door Ioeks, Rifles, Trunks. Coffee, Suar, Brandy, Gin, TVine, Whlikey, Cider, Ale, Porter, Garden seeds, fce. Ac, a general assortment of clothing and groceries for sale by pack- ago and retail, at store. C. C H.4MBERLAIN- Jan.27, 1838. Ul-tf NOTICE. A LL persons due on Custom House bund?, are no rm, tmed tonake immediate payment. G. BORDEN, Jr. Collector. Galveston, Jan. 25, 1838. '1 l-3t jAffl at as? BOOTS & 8 just received and for sale, by Houston, Jan. 27, 1638. HOES JOHN CARLOS. 'll-3t CHAMPS DE MORSE, Attorney & Counsellor AT LAW. MATAGORDA. January 27, 1838. '11-tf BLANKS TWF allkinds for LAtiD COMMISSIONERS, just printed J and for sale at the office or the Telegraph. Jannary'27, 1837.' HAS just received and oners for sale on moderate terms,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 February 1838

m . laii n , PUBLISHED WEEKLY,rY rf'"rCKUGEIt & MOORE, PROPRIETORS. ific .TERMS: Subscription, five dollars a. year, payublc in advance. Advertising, one dollar a square fertile first jinertion,,amf filty cents for " each continuance: eight lines, or less, is considered AGENTS FOR THE TELEGRAPH , In the United States Edward Haix. aeW t'ric.ms. . S. Ivki.lt Sc Co., Booksellers, MoWley Ala. ' In Texas Bailv. Gat & Hour, WasbingWa Col. Guo. W. rJit, Columbia. Tbhodoei Ban alsquure. .uamu aim uunuiu t uuutoui wuic ; '4hnn three lines each, cards ol passenger's, and an- 1 nouncements of candidates for politicnrbffire's, will ' be chargedjat thecommon nvtes of advertising?. - TM. ktt, Uruori i. - lh WSnErxEOjrMontSoni --....,.. v.iti.a.. nugit. UU1SR, 1:UHI, L.'U, 1 ucir, liibcrtjr.l Jos. Howe, San Augustan. su'ifAi . ' "' ' 11 pvy,X3lViri -Uiua or.liastrop. jUl4tLOI!aA frXE r"'",pj- ft-aV- i-jbUj-H.: u-asu AwwBBaseareTLiibgj. Ja l' 10. WHOUfe 1VO. 114. WE L ABO II FOU OUR C O "U ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 February 1838

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 February 1838

ir-i. y , ' ; U 3 11 f fcl Colonel Scruin has been elected senator from Bexar, but as he is only twenty nine j;enisofa;e, hei ineligible to this office. """The Editer of the Natchez Weekly Courier and Journal, ' states that, "A large and respectable number of the citizens of Honston, by letter, requested the honorable M. if. Lamar, to cease to become a candidate Isr the Presidency of the Repub- lic. To which he assented." We know not upon what au- thority, this assertion hat been made, but we assure this gentle- man that he has never published u more gross misreprcsenta- ttion. If a Jetter of thi' kin nas eTer been written has ncver 'been addressed to general Lamar. Disobaciful Outbade. About a fortnight since a fellow named Alexander Abrams, undertook to cowhide a servant at Floyd'e hotel, named A. Feltman because as he stated Feltman had stolen several valuable articles from him. Puring the oper- atioi, A1brams held a Bowie Knife in one hand and the cowhide 3n theetheV,,whiIe poor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 February 1838

Iti DRY GOODS. UST received (per late arrivals) :ilar:can ds-plcndid assortment of Dr Goods, comprising every varic- duccd into this republic shall he citcred at the custom ,tv ol b,!!;s, nailllcd rill.1 pi.'lil .'iusilns, O.'.ilCOi, Uncus, (POKT JEG-UIiAXI03S. .DISTRICT OF BRAZOS ?ORT OF VELA.SCO, ' ' lib goods, wares anu mercnaimize wmen iu iy uu ii- , . XJL uucc(ivinioinisrcpuni ihouseefthc district in which they mnv r have bexn lande I, I Domr:l:f. &c. iva. lnconformitywiththelaw; and nil p-rson no 'Iectir, evading -.'.- n i 1 r ". t i,l or refusiiiir to comply with the provision, of lids 1 iw. whether IlAi:i,-VA;iH. CoiMis'mg of nil kinds Carpoitfers Tools, citizen or alien, shall be deemed suiuidi rs, in I ti e ilrd accordf Buiklintr -"il llun.ils, , .ilt. iluires, Baits, Locs Jj'c. tYc. irigly. Every master of a vessel arri.iut; In a-iy of the ports or j 'jKODKrib. Sugar, Coffee, Tci, Butter, Jhccse Crackers, Serin Cutdlpi, Oil jniJJU huisr. coarse Salt. I Abd.il! c-int-i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 February 1838

frf 11 PUBLISHED WEEKLY,'BY CUBGEU & MOORE, PROPRIETORS. TERMS: Subscription, five dollars a 3 ear, payable in alliance. Advertising, one dollar a square for the first insertion, ami fifty cents for . each continuance: cisrht lines, or less, is considered AGENTS - FOR THE TELEGRAPHS In the United States Edward Hall, New Orleans. J. S. Kelly & Co., Booksellers, Mobile Ala. In Texas Daily, Gat & Hoxkt, Washington, fco. W. Poe, CeTumbia. TueodorkiBem- a square. Marriage and obituary notices of more than three lines each, cards of passengers, and an- nouncements of candidates for political office;, tiill be charged at the common rates of adicrtisin.r.. " All advertisements to be paid for in advance- TBTrTMWIWMMB TTT-irnill '"" '-"J '-""- Col. Gbo. AND TEXAS REGISTER. KhTT. Urazorin. W. W. Soefard, Montgomery, links creek. 'Judge Umiee, Texana. E. T. Branch, Liberty. Jos. Roue, San Augustine'. ).. C. Cuwi.soham, Mina, or Bastrop. jasaEsssasssnaB VOIi. III. NO.tl. WHOLE ISO. U...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 February 1838

LAVS OF THE REPUBLIC OF TEXAS. 1 ESTAIU) LI- TEXAS. .GOBIERNO SUPREMO DEL r BREDE COAHUILA Y El Gobcrnadof constitutional del Eitado de Coahuila y Texas a todos sus habitants sabed, que el Congrcso del mismo Estado ha decrctadolo sigiuente: Elcongreso del cstado librc,iiidcpendientc y sobc- rano djj Coahuila y Texas ha tcnido a bibn dc- cretar: Art. 1. Tqdas las pcrsonas o familias que actualmente ecslsten en Texas, y se hayan intrqdu- cido antes de la-fecha de csta ley con el fin de es- tablecerse en el pais, y que no han recibido terre- nes segun las leye de colonizacion, sc dcc'laran .con derecho a las porciones que senala la de 24 de Marzode 1825: con tal que rcuncn las qualidades que ella prescribe. Akt. 2. Los agraciados por el articulo anteri- or, que se introdujeron antes del 28 de Abril de ' 1832, pagaran en clase de rcconocimicnto al tiem- povde recibir sus titulos lo que sen.ila el articulo 22 de la ley de,24 de Marzo dc 1825,y los que Jo " verificaron despues, a razon de...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 February 1838

5 fe r ter- if U 1 HOUSTON PRICES CURRENT. Am.Es Green, per bbl -Dried, - - - - Bico.v, hams, prlb -Midlines am! shoul den - - - - Becf, mess, - - -Prime, - - - -Fresh, per lb - Beans, - - - - Butteii, by keg, - -retail, - - Bricks, per M - - JJoote, per pair, Candles, snenn. ner lb - Tallow, - - - - 50 Cons, per bushel, - $4, DO Crackers, butter, per lb 50 Cheese, ... - - oO IUice, Chickens, per pair, - 2, 00 Coffee, per lb - - 25 Eggs, per Joz. - - - 2, Flour, scarce - - - $20 Fish, Mackerel, No. 1, pr bbl $23 No. 2, - $20 Shacl, - - - - - none ! Cod, $12 $12 ! Glass, 8 by 10, scarce, 8, 00 12 1 10 by 12, - - 10al2 25 ,'GuroVDLR,per lb - - $1,50 hats, - - - - $12 Laud, pr kej, scarce, - 25 iMJirOiL, - --- $350 Lumber, per SI - - 90 a 100 Meal, 5,00 Molasses, by bbl - - 75 (Nails, per keg, - - 17, 00, Uats, per snclcol j ousii. u, uu Ovros, per bbl - - 8, 10 Pork, mess, - - bbl 20 a 25 Prime, Dried - -Fresh, - Ptach, - - 30 Potatoes, Irish, per bbl $8, 00 biveet, pr uusn J, uu 13 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 February 1838

TO WHARF BUILDERS. f I HE undersignel having been nppomted agent for thocity i 01 iiaiveston, wisnes to contract iortnwitnior the building of a wharf at that place, and as it is wanted for immediate use, persons jnay assure themselves, if application is made early, that they Will find the terms most advantageous . Either of the' gen- tlemen, Messrs T. F. McKinney, or Gri5orden,Esqrs., is author- ized to receive proposals and close contracts for Hip work, in the abscencetif LEVI JONES. - Galveston, Fehruary 1, 1838. '12-tf house of the district m which thv mav or have been linracd, in conformitr with the law? nnrl nil neisons nezlectins, evading I or refuting to comply with the provisions pf this law, whether PLOUGHS! PLOUGHS!! "TUST received per schooner Mob'lc, and for silo by QjP the subscribers, far the promissory noics of gn crn- ment 1.50 wrought iron Plough. D03WELL &. ADAMS. -Houston, February 2, 1838. ' 12-tf ' - DOSWELL & ADAMS. ' WW AVE' just receiyed per schooner ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 February 1838

fAL c ij n PUBLISHED WEEKLYBY CUOGEK. & MOORE, PKOPIUETOUS. 'J'EIIMS: Subscription, fie dollars a icar, payable in advance. Advertising, one dollar a square for the first insertion, and filtj cents for -ach continuance: eight lines, or less, is considered it square. Marriage and obituary notices of more than three lines each, cards of passengers, ami an- nouncements ol candidates for political offices, will be charged at the common rates of aiUertisinc. All adi ertisements to be paid lor in advance- AGENTS FOR. THE TELEGRAPH In the United States Euward ail, New Or leans. i. S. Ivuj.t &Co., Booksellers, Mobile,' Ala. In Tct&s Rm.v. Gay i- Foxet. Wmbinztan. ol. (iio. W. For, Colombia. Theodobe "Bes- altt, Brazoria. XV. XV. SiurARD; Montgomery, Lake creek. 'Judge Usher, Texana. E. T. Br inch, Ijilirrty. Jos. Roue, San Augustine, fll. U. CuvMxaiivu, Jlma, or Bastrop. XAS REGISTER. WHO! TBdJvV 4 iUKUAiJjAVW 'J J is" i-iaLU..j.l--i-'--i"- .t. --W--'- 'WjH -'' ."-vl-i"UuU' S If...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 February 1838

AN ACT To incoiporalc the Colorado Navigation Gompany. Sec. 1. Be it enacted, by the Senate and house of representatives of the republic of Texas in congress as- sembled, That there shall be established a compa- ny under the name and style of the -'Colorado Na- vigation Company." with a ,capital stock of one hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars, with the privilege of enlarging or increasing the amc to two. hundred and htty thousand dollars, to be miia rectors and president of the said company fr the time being shall continue in office; and provid- ed, also that in case of death, resignation, absence from the republic, non-acceptance or removal, the vacancies shall be supplied by the board of di- rectors. Sec. 0. Be it further enacted, That no"onc shall be eligible to the office of director, who is not the bona fide owner of live shares of the capital stock, of said company, and shall have held the same at i out a channncl susceptible of i boats or other crafts for ttie cd into s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 February 1838

B ' fr $ y v- JOINT RESOLUTION. To authorize the Secretary of War to grant discJiarget. Ci t T ?a. t'..J I tl a it ocu i. ue 11 chuviuu uy uic senate ana nousc of representatives of the republic of Texas in con- gress assembled, That the secretary of war be, and he is hereby authorized to grant discharges to nil officers and soldiers who are now on furlough, for the term they have served: provided, (hey will re linquish their claims to pay and bounty lands for tlw.t portion of the term for which they have enlisted, enrolled, or commissioned, ana nave notycl served. Sec, 2. And be it further enacted. That the, pro- visions of the first section of this act, remain in force far the term of -sixty days from it passage. JOSEPH ROWil Speaker x the house tsf representatives. S. H. EVERETT, President pro tem. of he senate. Approved, Nov. 2, 1837 SAM. "HOUSTON. JOINT RESOLUTION 7b compensate the Commissioners appointed to select a tile for 'the teat of 'government. Resolved by the-scnale ojd...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 February 1838

-T AN ACT Entitled an act regulating Elcilians. Sec. 1. Be it enacted, by the senate and house of representatives of the republic of Tpxas,in con- gress assembled, That the chief justices and asso- ciates in each coun;y of the-lepublir, shall design- ate .election precincts at the most suitable places, for holding elections in their several counties, and ..it.-hall be the duty of the chief justices of the coun- ties, to issue writs of election to tli evcral pre- cincts established, appointing a presiding ocr in each to hold the election: staling spccificuilr in tin; writs, thcoffiecr.or officers to be elected and the day on which the election shall tak place. 'Sec. 2.'i And be it further enacted, Thatcaeh pre- siding officer shall appoint three judges of the elec- tion and two clerks, who shall be sworn before en- tering upon the duties of their offices, to conduct the- election without partiality or prejudice and a- grecably to law, and in the event thjil the judges and clerks thus...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 March 1838

V .'ptf BUSHED WEEKLY,'BY HniUtfEa & MOOKE, ritOPIUETOUS. TERMS: Subscription, lire dollars. i year, tfpaynblo in adv. nice. Advertising, ono dojl.ir a 'square Tor tlic first insertion, anil fifty tents for H'ach'contiiiiiaiirc: eight lines, or Iras', is coiisidtrcil 'a snnare. M.irriagc anil obituary notices of mure 'than three lines each, curds of passengers, and nn- 'nounceraents of candidates for political office?, will rbc charged at the common rates of advertising.. 4 All advertisements to ho paid for in advance- , A.GENTS ". f TOR THE 'TELEGRAM!. In Hi c United Stntcs-Envviin ILiiA,,.NevT J. S. KLi lv & Co., Booksellers, Mobile .. Orleans. Al.i. ii.v G.vv HdXEY. Washirtetoni yllZ Col. Go. V. Pof, Columbia. Theodore Bit.- f.TT, Br.izori.i. W. W. SutrAitn, Montgomery, Lake creek. -Judge Usiilh', Teiana.' E. IV Br inch, Liberty. 'Jos. Kont, San Augustine. AND TEXAS REGISTER. v. u. uu-nniwiivji, .vima, or,JJastrop. rsKEsrrsai ''SS'sSBS VOL. III. NO. 1 2. IVHOIiE NO. 116. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 March 1838

TELEGBAPH i procured tbc appointment of pilot for this port, hear soon a good account of his labors. We trut 1 1 ., EDITED BY FRANCIS MOORE, JR. Houston, Saturday, march 3, 1838.' The second Anniversary of our National Independence has broughtTvithitmany oCthe most cheering recollections. Al- though the year has been charactirizcd by none ot tliote great events, which excite th attention ofnatious, nnd stand .is land- marHTrTthe ocean of"timyct the heart of every patriot will j Mrs. Plummer, who was captured by the Comanchcs in the prm.; oi ibJd, lias returned to her relatives. . She has prepared a brief sketch of the country through which she has passed with these Indians, and a narrative of her adventures, which w it. lie presented to the public in pamphlet form in the course f a few weeks. At" Mi imi Town, says the Cincinnati News, a Mrs swell with exultation ami delight, as he traces in the retrospect Rnyne presented herhusband"withfour "little rcsponsibil- of its events, ttie r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 March 1838

$200 raw THE above reward will be paid by the subscriber to any person or persons who will deliver over to the" Sheriffs either of Fort Bend or .Harrisburg counties, one' WILLIAM II. HOWARD, who lately taught school in this vicinity, and one rhWkll , lormerly in the Texian.Army, both of them stout built with the three Horses stolen by them from the plantation of the subscriber on the morning ot Tuesday thcxOthof Jbebru ary last, t o wit: One. large Americaa.Bay horse, three years old, had a i carton cither side of his neck and a dint on his right thigh One omall,. Spanish paint horse, brand not recol lected) six years old, has a whtc spot on the loft side of the neck, white hoots and saddle marks on his back. Also attlarge dark brown horse, about sixteen hand high, eight or nine years old, with a small white star on his forehead) has black hoofs, a white spot on his back, "and three small white streaks down near his side resem bling a man's three fingers, which was occasioned by tho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 March 1838

-tort a 'i t - i T N. -. - - .- -. . . V .--:; TO WHARF 'BUILDERS. r 0 lffGiundersigued hating been appointed ncent for the city 1- of .Galveston, wishes to contract forthwith for the building ot awharf ftt that place, and as it is wanted for immediate use, personsroay assure themselves, if .application is made early, that they'will nnd the terms most advantageous . Either nf the gen- tlimnj'MessrsT. F. itfcKinncy,orGri5oidcii, Esqrs., i author- ized to receive proposals and close contracts for the n ork, in the abscenceof , LEVI J ON US. Galveston, February I, 1838. ," '12-lf . i PJLOUGHS! PLOUGHS!! JUST 'received per schooner Mobile, and lor i.ilc by the, subscribers, for the promissory notes of go cm- ment y 150 wrought iron Ploughs. ;r , " DOSWELL &, ADAMS. Houstbn,-February 2, 183S. '12-lf DOS WELL $ ADA3IS. HAVE just received per sclmnncr Isaac W. Xorris .from Philadelphia, a cargo of sundry merchandise, consisting of tho following articles, viz: 1 hit of lead, nur- rowah'...

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