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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 11 June 1873

E. R. BIOSSAT,-- -.- .....'.EDITOR' , , BISSAT,........... PUBLISIIER FFICE--CORINE OF : FECOND AND ELLIOT STS. Our Agents. Thoman scTIntyrc, .... ..New Orleans J. Curtis Waldo......... " " S. M. Pettengill & Co.,.....New York Grilfin & Iloffman,.....Baltimore, Md LEXANDRIA, LA.! Wednesday,........Jane II, 1S73. RACES AGoAI.-On next Saturday, th, on the IRapides Raceo Course, will come sh: off several interesting races, under the tIr auspices of the youang gentlemen, who pr have made a new and marked depart- is ire in, favor of fashionable sports.- po There will be a Quarter race, a six en hundred yard race, and last though not ca least, a pacing-trotting race, gentlemen ca riders, mile heats, best 3in 5. Weath- to cr permitting, the sport and real en- I joyment promise to be the very best.-- w Let every onewho wishes to spend a te few hours of real pleasure, away from ifr the dull monotony of Town, enjoying in pure country air in the iurg'ain, visit the Course on next Sa...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 11 June 1873

STrouble in the State of Lou- '1 isiana. 1 The insurrectionary war in St. Mar-. S tinsviille, , La which has made so much u niose in the newspapers, has made a t siogolar outcome. Upon the affidavit 1i ofL. Martinette, General DeBlanc, tl the ""ead centre" of the insurrection, c Cs arrested, with nine others, and ta- S It before the United St*s Commis- ii ouer at New Orleans for examination, c p0ou charges of copspiracy against the li gellogg Government $nd the lives of ii the colored people of St. Martinsville. ' It will be recollected that DeBlanc et g J., resisted the processes of the Kel- f' logg Administration, and bad a scratch P ,itl the Metropolitans dispatched by " the Governor to suppress the so-called I insurrection. When United States c troops, however, appeared on the scene i1 of action, DeBlane surrendered with- a out firing a shot; DeBlanc professing a his only object to be to convince the t people of the United States that the a gelloggites are in such a minority tha...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 11 June 1873

NEW YORK WORLD. rIfHE WVORLD! FOR 1873. A NE W POLITICAL ERA IS OPEN ing before the country. The negro :-,Ic of our politics has roundd to its . :lusion through civil war, social vio j:. :e, indutrial disorderl: nld has ended i,: ivini freedom to fo bnC of the i~;ro race, and the ballW iti adult iais. The politics of this new era wil cc,~a home to every man's business and i',on as never before. being vital to pri ,.+t.o prosperity and the maintainance of a Democratic Republic. FIr not .Ly are the mamnifold encroach :nmts of Federal upon State po'wers and ,I both upon the large liberty of Amerl c:. freemen now as always to be repelied ":! ceaseless vigilance; not only is home .-l! or local self-government now as al w ::.s to be maintained for the best guar :!,:,o or .civil liberty and of national Sl.,.tuess, but besides, the victories of ,;:;we which are to give splendor to the ,.v political era must be won against ev "v advantage which even enemies of free ivIt:.utions could desi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 18 June 1873

"' -'-" . VOL 28. .. ALEXADIA LAI, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 873 O 45 .I( ._-- - T ýl A~~at ----- -- --- --- - - - +ti +:ý:..."ý ._ .., E, A.THE WRLDISGOVENED'TO MUC (PUBISHE VO. LXADIA A. EDESA ,JNE1, 83.5 THE DEMOCRAT. TERMS: TIE DEMfOCRAT is published Week Iv, at Fou .DOLTARus per anonm. Two Do~LARs AND FIFTY CENTS for. Rix months, PAYABLE IN AE-' VANC E! No subscription taken for it. less period than six months. ADVERaISEMENTS inserted at the rate of O';"i DOLLAR per square for the first insertion and FLFTl CEUTs for each subsequent one. EIGHT lines or less, (nrREVIER) consti tute"a square. Olirr .ARt Notices Miirriages, Public Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. [iPNRSONAL CARDS, when admis sible, charged double the usual advor tising rates. MISCELLANEOUS. FERGUSON , S0HuNACK, (FORMErY LEVINr & FERGUSON,) Watchmakers and Jewelers, DILMR8S IN Watihes, Ciocks, Jewelry, Silver and Phi. ted Ware; SPECTACLES ANDIFANCY GOODS. SOLER AG ENTS FOR The Howe Sew...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 18 June 1873

E..R. BIOSSAT, .............. EDITOR E. A. BIOSST,........... PUBLISHER OFFICE-CORNER OF SECOND AND ELLIOT STS. Our Agents. Thomas McIntyre,....... New Orleans J. Curtis Waldo,......... " " S. M. Pettengill & Co.,.....New York Griffin & Hoffman,.....Baltimore, Md ALEXANDRIA, LA.. Wed~jesday,........June 18, 1873. -E'- h e races, on Saturday, which provefto be a fine day, passed off well and to the entire satisfaction of every h one. Thq crowd was a large and se lect one and seemed toenjoy the sports t with great glee and pleasure. We did not attend, owing to the epizooty pains 9 in the legs of Shanks' mare, but have a heard from all sources nothing but 'Words of praise in behalf of the man agement. Six or eight races came off, , at all distances, and in all styles--run- t ning, pacing, trotting and racking, and all well contested. We learn that on e Saturday, the 5th of July next, the sports will be renewed with increased facilities and with still more horses to run. 1'Surls...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 18 June 1873

jis 'Bragg's Battle Order. to c r G DESCRIPTION OF TIIE FIELD OF Mn ;RFRiaEESBBORO at whi crans came from Nashville and Mc( CedWe advanced Confederate posts that btthe north side of Stone river, un- beet the two armies stood facing. A mar aproeached nearer and nearer the but of each became of more interest dest other. As it was General Bragg's HI to lead his opponent up to a prv n point by remaining on the de- by t le, and then spring suddenly for- Con dand the PzJIVER A STRINGENT BLOW, root blc tobe effective must be a surprise, hera .refore he shut every avenue through he aib h the enemy could possibly ganin- dren ,ige a. Banti gave extra attention to thei .ngthonigI positions in his front, in how er to keep the enemy at a distance etJ the moment arrived for unloosen i thunderbolt, . apr Se said at the beginning, it was on yno .....e of the great battle, and the two smica tood glaring at each other it acrOs the small stream already named. Of the ombatknts had drawn nearer thi ts...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 18 June 1873

'r'JIFD WVC)iRILD! FOR 1873. A N E WV POLITICAL ERA IS OPEN iing bi:foro the country. The negro cyclie of our politics hlis roundedl to its ,on,-ludonii through civil war, social vie lento, indu::trial disorder, and has ended in giving freelomu to four millions of the neg;ro race, anud the ballot to its adult Iales. The politics of this new era will cornome home to every llran's lisiness a:nd bosom as never before. being vital to pri vate priosperity and the maintainance of a Democratic iRepublic. For not only are the imanifold encroach meints of Federal upon State powers and of both upon the largo liberty of Ameri- I c:in freemeu now as always to be repelied with ceaseless vigilance; not only is homo rule 'or local self-government now as al- i ways to be maintained for the best gunar aninte or civil liberty and of national greatness, but besides, the victoriers of peace which are, to give splendor to the new political era must be won against cv cry advantage which even enemies of f...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 25 June 1873

, A BIOSSAT) THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH. (PUBLISHER YOL. 28. ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 1873. ENO: 46. iHE DEMOCRAT. TERMS: Te DEMOCRAT is published Week !], at FoUR DOLLARS per annum Two DOLLARS AND FIITY CENTS for -ix months, PAYABLE IN AD VANCE! No subscription taken for a less period tthan six months. yDVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate of ONE DOLLAR per square for the first insertion and FIFTY CENTS for each subsequent one. EIGT lines or less, (BREVIER) Consti tute a square. OsrUARY Notices, Marriages, Public 1reetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., te be paid for as advertisements. r PERSONAL CARDS, when admis sible, charged double the usual adver ising rates. lMISCELLANEOUS. EERGUSON & S0HNACK, FORMERRY LEVIN & FERGUSON,) atochimakers and Jewelers, DEALERS IN lwkpes, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and Pla ted Ware, SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS. SOLE AGENTS FOR The Howe Sewing Machines, I, B.-AIl Goods sold warranted as re presented. May.28, 1873-tf. /1TEW OIBLE ArNS -an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 25 June 1873

E. R. BIOSSAT,...'..........EDITOR E. A. BIOSSAT............PUBLISHER OFFICE-CORNER OF SECOND AND ELLIOT STS. Our Agents. Thomas McIntyre,....... .New Orleans J. Curtis Waldo,......... " " S. M, Pettengill & Co.,.....New York Griffin & Hoffman,.....Baltimore, Md ALEXANDRIA, LA." Wednesday,........ June 25, 1873. NOTICE ! T HE ANNUAL EXHIBITION OF the ALEXANDRIA INSTITUTE will take place at the TOWN HALL on the evening of FRIDAY, the 27th inst., at 8 o'clock. The patronsof the Institute and the public are respectfully invited to attend. r? A meeting of the stockholders of the Louisiana Central Railroad was held in our Town on last Tuesday, and brought several well-known and dis tinguished gentlemen here. Among those whom we had the pleasure of meeting were Colonel F. W. Latham, brother-in-law to Senator Sprague, of Rhode Island, and in his interest; General Harry T. Hays, Colonel T. O. Stark and Major W. Freret. From what we could glean much business of importance and urgent ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 25 June 1873

T sra State's Evidence. Sdo not know whether the bogus -om et oft ouisiana Ihas some new er5 , against President Grant, or herhe is mak'ng a bid for white rt at home, or whether, in a sud of tonclcunalating frankness, lie ,ld the truth merely because it is th. Be the motive what it may, m ade the astounding confession iapplication for Federal troops Stdown domestic violence in Lou was made against his wishes and 00 nt and without and belief in its -iety. fe acknowledges that there dD" domestic violence to justify an apphlication, and that he was S1ersuaded to make it by President tand his friends. The purpose, as g explains it, was not to protect ,ina against domestic violence- /to protect the President against .ging criticism. The country will be surprised to learn that this is It will only be surprised that a Ssodisgraceful is confessed by one sheleading actors. It is as disgrace gtoellogg himself as to Grant, for iwho lends himself to be a con tool in violating the Constitu a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 25 June 1873

NEW YORK WORLD. T_-IE WYORLD !I FOR 1873. A NEW POLITICAL ERA IS OPEN . ing before the country. The negro cycle of our politics has rounded to its c,nclnsion through civil war, social vio Ience, industrial disorder, and has ended in giving freedom to four millions of the l.gro race, and the ballot to its adult rmales. The politics of this noew era will rcope home to every man's business and ,isom as never before. being vital to pri vate prosperity and the inaintainance of SDi)eocratic Republic. For not only are the manifold encroach mnits of Fedecral upon State powers and 'f both upon the large liberty of Ameri .an freemon now as always to be repelied with ceaselel:s vigilance; not only is home ile or local self-government now as al wavs to he maintained for the best guar uirtee or civil liberty and of national greatness, but besides, the victories of w,.ace which are to give splendor to the rew political era must be won against ev :ry advantage which even enemies of free nrstitutio...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 2 July 1873

SA BIOSSAT) THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH. (PUBLISHER ---L. 28.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WED1ESDAY, JULY 2, 1873. .N0. 47. (O.28.E ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1873. NFO. 47.. THE DEMOCRAT. - TERMS: gE DEMOCRAT is published Week lv, at FouR DOLLARS per annum Two DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS for Ais months, PAYABLE IN AD VANCE! No subscription taken for a less period than six months. ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate of ONE.DOLLAR per square for the first insertion and FiFTY CENTS for each subsequent one. EIGHT lines or less, (BREVIER) consti tute a square. OsrrUARY Notices, Marriages, Public Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. 'PKsESONAL CARDS, when admis ihle, charged double the usual adver tising rates. MISCELLANEOUS. n FERGUSON & SCHNACK, R (FORMERRY LEVIN & FERGUSON,) in IIQ ol (if th ii( Watchmakers and Jewelers, - DEALERS IN tlakces, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and Pla ted Ware, SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS. SOLE AGENTS FOR The Howe Sewing Machi...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 2 July 1873

E. . BIOSSAT, ..............EDITOR E. A. BIOSSAT,........... PUBLISHER OFFICE-CORNER OF SECOND AND ELLTOT STS. Our Agents. Thomas Mclntyre,.......New Orleans J. Curtis Waldo,........ " " S. M. Pettengill & Co.,.....New York Griffin & Hoffman,.....Baltimore, Md ALEXANDRIA, LA.. Weduesday,.........July 2, 1873. iPWe direct public attention to the Charter of the Rapides Agricultural Fair Association, published in the Democrat this week; and cannot be but glad to announce the inauguration of such a desirable and needed Associa tion. We understand that arrange ments are nearly perfected with the Stockholders of the Rapides Race Course Association for the purchase of their beautiful property, and that the new owners will at once break ground and erect the necessary buildings on the premises and be ready for an open ing next Fall. We shall have more to say hereafter in behalf and in the interest of this association. Cm The weather, the past week, has been a decided improvement on t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 2 July 1873

Captain Jack, WjT gIlSTORIY WWILL SAY OF TIlE MODOC CHIEF. In the case of a blackguard his first tipulso or instinct, when there arises 6pposition, is to hurl an opprobrious epithet at his opponent. And so a weak evening newspaper concern of If Captain Jack was a "cowardly eprn what breed of dogs were the sev eral hundred blue coated soldiers whom he has held at bay for several months, sod whom lie soundly thrashed upon ~o less than three occasions I When all the blackguards of cheap journalism have had their say on this platter, when the ferocious advocates of extermination have secured the Shangiog of Captain Jack and his com ponions, when the blatherskites have f~-med and fretted over this matter, then will history take hold of these events, and posterity will learn some facts which this age will not listen to. We want the lands of these Indiana; we want the privilege of trading with them and cheating them; we want their women to be always willing to become the lemans of any bear...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 2 July 1873

NEW YORK WORLD. r'[I.-iE WoORL D! FOR 1873. 1 NEW POLITICAL ERA IS OPEN !/. ing before the country. The negro cycle of our politics has rounded to its conclusion through civil war, social vio lenee, industrial disorder, and has ended in giving freedom to four millions of the uiiro -race, and the ballot to its adult males. The politics of this new era will come home to every man's business and bosom as never before. being vital to pri vate prosperity and the maintainance of a Democratic Republic. For not only are the manifold encroach ments of Federal upon State powers and of both upon the large liberty of Ameri can freemen now as always to be repelied with ceaseless vigilance; not only is home rule or local self-government now as al ways to be maintained for the best guar antee or civil liberty and of national greatness, but besides, the victories of peace which are to give splendor to the new political era must be won against ev ery advantage which even enemies of free institutions...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 9 July 1873

, BOSSAT) THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH. (PUBLISHER COL. 28.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 1873. iNO. 48, ilE DIEMLOCRAT. STEREIt - OE DEMIOCRAT is published Week 1 as FoUl DOLLARS per annum S0o DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS for l romnnths, PAYABLE IN AD VANCE! No subscription taken i * less period than six months. SgIsTISEMEXRTS inserted at the rate SOsNE DOLLAR per square for the Orst insertion and Fivrr CENTS for gash subsequent one. geOr lines or less, (BI:EVIER) consti tate a square. QpusIARY Notices, Marriages, Public Yeetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. PgPSSONAL CARDS, when admis ibe, charged double the usual adver Wiiing rater. MIISCELLANEOUS. FERGUSON & SCHINACK, (OBIMERRY LEVIN & FERGUSON,) Watchmakers and Jewelers. DEALERS IN tikes, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and Pla ted Ware, SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS. SOLE AGENTS FOR The Howe Sewing Machines. 1. B.".All Goods sold warranted as re presented. May 28, 1873-tf. NEW ORLEA3NS -and lrand...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 9 July 1873

E. R. BIOSSAT,.............. EDITOR . A. BIOSSAT,..:.. ..... PUBLIdSIER OFFICE-CORNER OF SECOND AND ETLLIOT STS. Our Agents. Thomas McIntyre,.......New Orleans J. Curtis Waldo,......... " " S. M. Pettengill & Co.,.....New York Gritfin & Ilotfman,.....Baltimore, IMd ALEXANDRIA, LA. Wednesday,.........Jnly9, 1873. rThe Radicals, in and around Al exandria, are now Ihappy and really jubilant, the y have thrown oft' their ghostly garments and now strut around with vigor and vim. LTheir late candidates for Parochial offices, though defeated fairly, hoinestly and without the shadow of a doubt by over 700 majority, have at last been foisted and 1 lodoced into office, and' now wear the robes of nsripation with grace and modesty. All this is enough to make the children of Radicalism happy and we can assure the public that they are blissfully happy, and we, the people of IRapides, along with that of poor Louisiana, must bear and grin, what can't be cured under the reigning dynasty of ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 9 July 1873

f Louisiana- Parish of Rap ides. l IT KsNOW' tIiat on tiis 28th day .n., A. D., 1873, of the Indepen dence of the United States of America ninety-seventll tefore tee, William W. Whittington, SNotary Public in and fihr the Pa ýa of Rapides, State of Louisiana, day commissioned and sworn, andi in .o presence of the witnesses hereinaf 5nasaed ad und ndersigned, personally te and appeared the parties whose 'ee are hereunto subscribed, who ,eelsre that availing themselves of the i,viotis of the Statutes of the State 4Louisiana relative to the organiza don of corpo'rations in this State, they hewcovenanted anrt agreed, and do )ylhiese presents covena'it and agree -o.d bind themselves and those whom iy represent to form and establish a atporation for the purpose, objects .nd tnder the title, obligations, stiptsla tieoe and regulations following, towit: º ARTICLE T. The name and title of this Corpora don shall be "The Rapides Agrihultu ,Ffair Association," and.its domnicil is "Jreby fixed a...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 9 July 1873

NEW YORK WORLD. r_'j-IJE WORLD! FOR 1873. A NEW POLITICAL ERA IS OPEN ing before the country. The negro cycle of our politics has rounded to its conclusion through civil war, social vio lence, industrial disorder, and has ended in giving freedom to four millions of the negro race, and the ballot to its adult muales. The politics of this new era will come home to every man's business and bosom as never before. being vital to pri- i vtoe prosperity and the maiatainance of i a Democratic Republic. For not only are the manifold encroach menits of Federal upon State poweg and of both upon the large liberty of Xmeri can freemen now as always to be repelied with ceaselosso.igilance; not only is home rule or local self-government now as al ways to be maintained for the best guar antee ot civil liberty and of national ,grcatness, but besides, the victories of peace which are to give splendor to the new political era must be won against ev cry advantage which even enemies of free institutions...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 16 July 1873

[OSSAbT) THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH. (PUBLISHER (L 28. ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 16, 1873. 1 NO. 49. DEMOCRAT. TERMS: TI DEMOCRAT is published Week ja FOUR DOLLARS per annum- DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS for .onths, PAY ALE IN AD- hR NCE! No subscription taken d' a lees period than six months. th ISEMENTS inserted at the rate 8sl O E DOLLAR per square for the phi insertion and FIFTY CENTS for pri subsequent one. ec, lines or lees, (BRIIEVIER) COUSti- e asqoare. ha ARt Notices, Marriages, Public wi tig, Cards of Thanks, etc., to roe paid for as advertisements. go P`EiRsoNAL CARDs, when admis- roc charged double the usual adver- re, Srastes. ab, MIISCELLANEOUS. -- -- Si GUSON & S HNACK, r IERRY LEVIN & FERGUSON,) m iel II1 IA IL ohmakers and Jewelers, DEALERS IN Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and Pla ted Ware, ACLES AND FANCY GOODS. SOLE AGENTS FOR oHowe Sewing Machines, B.-All Goods sold warranted as re presented. ay 28, 1873-tf. iW ORLE ANITS A -and- 1i d Ecore Packet Comp'...

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