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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 9 April 1885

8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1885. NEWS OF THE WEEK. The News from AH Parts of tile World. ABROAD. Gen. Graham Jast week commenced tbe ad TKtoe on Tamanieb. On the 2d he found the eoxny Strongly intrenched just beyond Taraai. 10 English immediately attacked the Arab jwition, which they took after a slight skir wsb, losing one man killed and about a dozen Hounded. The Arabs retreated in the direc tion of Tamanieb, after which bo British tamed Tamai and then returned to Gen. Mc Neill's zcreba. The probabilities now are that the English will evacuate the Soudan for the fcunmcr. Gen. Wolselcy states that half his wen will die or be incapacitated by heat dur isg the next few months if kept where they sow are. The French seem to bo expe riencing nothing hut defeat in China, and the troops are still on the retreat. Gen. Xcgrier ie recovered from the serious wound he re ceived last week. The people of France are greatly incensed at the way in which the war S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 16 April 1885

Jtoxmai -pft ?. S -5 -r--,-? xnt Tsb- jA - "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE. AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1885. VOL. IV-NO. S6.-7iI0LE K0. 192; i ESTABLISHED 1377.-NEW SERIES. h I I III Mi -i--W !! I I I 1 VSJtr1 J f 111 I VST utrtm -s-o '2. CD -f- o Qtt . . c H&- A TERHIBLE MY. m The Fighting- Before Atlanta July 22, 1864. z - -m -- HOOD'S DESPERATE BLO"W The Army of the Tennessee At tacked on Three Sides. GEN. MCPHERSON'S DEA.TH. Scenes and Incidents on the Battlefield: BY JOUXW. FDlLLEtt, T.RKVKT SIAJOE-GEKEEAL, U. 6. V. The battle of July 22, 1S6M, commonly called tbe battle of Atlanta, was fought to the east and southeast of the city. On our side the fighting was -confined to Mcpher son's command the Army of the Tennessee. McPherson's "front' which faced three cardinal points of the compass, extended altogether nearly thr-c miles. The Fifteenth Corps faced to the west, confronting Atlanta. The line of the Sev enteenth swerv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 16 April 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1885. lTl roptilBcd at that point I do not believe that ho could have ilriveu Kostrratis iroin any important position, tumuli lie had uhemly penetrated our lino near tbo center. But that thfe line could have been restored by putting in one or two other diviMons I have no doubt; that is, if there had been souio ono there to give the orders necessary. TERRIBLE LOSS. By lliia flank at tuck on my right CoL J. "W. S. Alexander and Col. Daniel U. Gilmer, 38th 111., were killed. Wuh tne attauk in front and on both Hanks simultaneously it was impossible for my troops to hold their position. The line melted away; those not killed, wonnded or captured going to the rear. Slaj. W. E. McMsu-kin, 21st 111., and Moj. McDonald, lOlt Ouio, were captured -at tho breastworks with other officers and men. As the broken regiments and compa- ' nles gave way they created upnicamon the ' -genera! officers in the vicinity of Widow Glenn's. Jt was d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 16 April 1885

ors- v -ir-vw1- a -f f-V P"5 """ j. -y-srssrT. "tj.i-5rrf "-V 5j - 307V,K -9" fr? -'o --,j-J-y . rfWflFSrw -f f r'TT'""a?arv TOE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1885. FlGrfTING THE8J OVER. What Our Veterans Have to Say About Their Old Campaigns. FORT DONELSON. Present Aspect of Hie Field or dial Farjou Fight. To the Editor: The night of Feb. i), 38s5, was a Atoniiy one and :i ihiu layer oi tine fiiow covered tho" ground, while tlie thermometer registvreil about two rioinecj below zero. Al together Hie weather was not unlike the time when, 'J3 yeans asjo, our army lay on its arms in 1'ioutot ihe fortifications beyond the little town of Dover, Tumi., at wbo-c wharl tho steamer W. II. Cherry was about to laud u-. A rickety old wharf-lK:it, a few hull-frozen commercial travelers, and a dark bank of half congealed mud were all tliat greeted the eye. Comrade V. 11. bates, th Mo , and tho writer hiul drifted down to this historic snot, as tho avant couriers of a la...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 16 April 1885

---., -?5;-.: ' '5.t-it''"-,j-,"" I "? - - -"Ss-" ; - - ie.- - 4 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1885. zf--- The National Tribune (Established 1877.) PUBLISHED "WEEKLY. Olio lolIp.r per Year, Jovariably In Advance. Six inontlis, 75crnta. So subscription for a less period received. SrECTAT, ArsNOONCEMENT. 3IONEV sent ns, otherwise than byregisiend letter, postal notes, postal money order, or draft on A'ac York, icill Itc at the ri&J; of the sender. AGEITS, Wc cwtjjJou no gcnt. Tun Xatxox AX. TuiBESi: has many volunteer canrasscrs, and they are generally honest and faithful ; bat persons tvho confide their sitbscriyMons to than must be their oicn tulges ef Utcir respons-'btllty. The paper trill be rent only on receipt of the subscr.'ption prico. ADDEESSES. IJEXEWALS. Etc. Addresses trill be changed as often as do.red. but eaeh subscriber dtotddia evert case give thcoldasirell as netc address. Jn renewing, subscribers should be en rcfnl to sen d us th 2...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 16 April 1885

THE -NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL. 1G, 1885. , 5 WASHINGTON GOSSIP. l. TIio Weekly Collection About the Na tional Capital. THE K1TW DEPUTY COMMISSIONER OF PENSTONS. Col. V. E. Mclnn, ot Terro Hanto, Ind... vlio has recently bami appointed Deputy Cotu xuissiouer of Pensions, vicy Judge Wa.ker, re signed, was r.t Iho outbreak of the war a promi nent Democratic politician aud .member of tlto Indiana Legislature. Gov. Morton commis sioned him as Lieutenant-Colonel of tho -13d lud., and ho led it to tho field. His first serv ice was under Gen. Crittenden in Kentucky. In March, lfc'62, he was transferred lo Ucii. Pope's army, and commanded his regiment h tho operations against New Madrid. Islani No. 20, Fort Pillow and Memphis. JJu was nest Bent to do duty in Arkansas, and remained in that Slate for the reuiaindiT of his servico. At tho bloody littlo battlo of Helena, where I'rieo, of Missouri, was so badly used up, Col. McLean commanded the -First Brigade, First D...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 16 April 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1885. e w THE . GRAND ARMY, News from the Departments Officers of Posts. HEADQUARTERS BULLETIN. ThcXalional Encampment Jen. Kountx at Lincoln. Tglkdo. O., .April 11. 1SS3. Coraraamlfr-in-Chief Kouutz left ou Tuesday ' for his far-Western trip, and will bo joined at Cheyenne by Judge Advoeate-Wencnil Aiibtin, who will visit San Francisco and complete the trip with him. Letter just received from Sau Francisco tell of the elaborate preparations made for the banquet and reception in that city. Department Commander Warfield and Past National Junior Vice-Commander Holmes, with the Post Commanders and comrades of San Francisco, are uniting in a grand denion btratibn. The entire Department will be repre sented, and it will undoubtedly be the finest Oraud Army Catherine everrven on the Pacific Coast. By courtesy of the comrades Mrs. De partment President Jvinne ana tne mutes 01 resident Corps will assist in the reception! ItOUTES T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 16 April 1885

TIIE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHOaTON, D. C, THURSDAY, APRIL 1G, 1885. LOYALWOMiJN'SWORK Conversation Club Curious Corner- Exchange. Editors Chut. Answers to questions in these columns will not lc published within two or three weeks utter quca tioua appear, bo ail will h-ve h chance lo octal re plica. The letter of the ono tjcudtiur the answers inthe best form will be given. Others will receive honorable mcntioti.j Miss Nana, Wooslcr, 0., sends a correct reply to the Editor's question :is to what waa iho but ter of Bible times, iu the following: The word butter, mentioned in tho fible, mentis pour or coagulated milk, which, hou niuur ed with water, is ftnl reminded n n verj iisrcettblo tuid refreshing beverage by Eastern Nutioun. Their butter, tu eh as it wtus, una clarified and preserved in jura, and when poured out resembled rich oil. Jt was made by pouring the milk into u-nxjat-ekin nnd then lu.kii.j;or treading it to and fro. in a uni form dneetiou, until the sep.ir.Uiou of the butte...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 16 April 1885

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1883. NEWS OF THE WEEK, try The OAP Ifce News from All Parts of the ! World I UUALL 8 Frank ABROAD. The Turkish authorities are taking cxtra erdiuory precautions to protect Tripoli atrainat uy attempt ou the putt of Franco to seize too Province. Heavy guns aro being mounted in inch positions as to command the entrance to the port of Tripoli, new fortifications aro being built, and torpedoes have been placed in tho iarbor and along tho coast. Tho parrison of tho city of Tripoli has been increased to 20,000 jmen. Tho Porto baa ordered five rceinients sow quartered at Bcyrout and Salouica to Tripoli. The Chilian Government has 6old two torpedo launches to England. Forty thou sand coal miners aro now on a strike in York--thire, England, alone against the 30 percent, re duction in wages ordered on April 1. Noth ing of much .importance has occurred in the Eoudan during tho past week. Four miles of the Suakitu-Berber Railway have ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 23 April 1885

if' JJ HXt-Ottltl V . t TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ESTABLISHED 1S77.-NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1885. YOL. IY-NO. 37.-WH0LE NO. 193: SVING W NATION. Fhe-Story of the War Retold for Our Boys and Girls. JULY 1 AT GETTYSBURG. The Gallant Resistance of the First and Eleventh Corps. GEN. EWELL'S ATTACK Splendid Courage on Both Sides of the Field. BY "CAULKTOX." OOrYKIoHTKU. Al.t KlrtllTo KrSEHYED.1 LXII. Te (he JIojjs cud Girls of the United States: Two o'clock in the .afternoon of July 1 saw the Union troops at Gettysburg arranged with the First Corps facing west on Seminary Ridge, the Eleventh Corps facing north in the fields, three-fourths of a mile from the town. Gen. Howard had intended to occupy Oak Uill, on the Seminary Ridge, north oi the Muinasbnrg road, but before the Eleventh Corps could occupy it, Rodes's Division of Ewell's Corps appeared among the oaks and hickories and in the fields east of it THE UNION ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 23 April 1885

..-- f, mmm2smz"-';rc' K)' ,r W , t- r -ftsn i3S-J - -aj'" -.--i:r TVC, THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRiL 23, 1885. 2 - rifle-pits. "VTe fonght tbem liere. There was a battery on the ridge only 400 yards distant, Bomewbat id tbe right of my front It fired incessantly into my line A PLUNGING FIRE. The rebels in tbe rifle-pit nearest us fled up tbe slope. Just then I glanced along the Union line to my left It seemed to be two miles in length, and without a crook or curve in it Every man seemed to have the same step. The national flag of each regiment was flutter ing in tho breezo and bathed in tho sunlight. Every man seemed under the same ennobling impulse, as each with a quick, nervous step strodo forward and upward, as if each were striving to bo the first at tho summit of tho ridge, and vet not breaking the lino of battle. My brigade ascended with the lino. It was this grand and imposing array of bravo men in line that struck tho enemy with terror. To every m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 23 April 1885

' --- " THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1885. $ At- -(- F1GPNG THEIJ OVER, What Our Veterans Ilave to Say About Tlicir Old Campaigns. PERRYVILLE. The Tart Gen. Post's Brigade Took In the FigbL To the Editor: In a lato Tribune is published a correspondence between Gen. Gil bert and Gen. Carlin. In Gen. Gilbert's letter he refers to tbc fact that when importuned for aid by Gen. McUuok, he finally sent to Ills aid a brigade and a battery. The reading of the correspondence revives memories of the past, and it does not require ninth brushing of the memories of the surviving members of Gen. Post's Brigade (temporarily commanded at IVrryvillc by Col. Gooding, of 22d Iud.) to re member that they wore the troops Lurried into the fight on that occasion. That little brigade, composed of the 59th, 74th, and 73lh 111. and 2&1 Ind.and oth Wis. battery, had been lying iu reserve in line of battle all day listening to the sputter of musketry and the roar of artiller...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 23 April 1885

i i THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1883. The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) PUBLISHED "WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year, Xnvarlahly In Adance. $ix months, 7." cents. No subscription for a less period received. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. MONEY sent us, otherwise Uian by registered letter, postal votes, postal monc?t order, or drajl on A'cto Tort, trill he at the risk of the sender. AGE2TTS.Wc employ no agenlt. TnE National Teibcse has many volunteer canvassers, and they ire generally honest and faithful; but persons tcho confide their cvbscripl ions to them must be their own fudges of their responsibility. The paper will be sent only on receipt of the subscription price. ADDRESSES, RENEWALS, Etc Addresses trill be cltangcd as often as der.red, but each subscriber tJiouldin cvcrii case give Ihcoldas ire' as new address. In renewing, snbscribcrsslioxrtd be careful to send us the labelon the last paper rccciccd, and specify any cor rections or cliangcs they des...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 23 April 1885

f" v.; 2-s -&- -o-' THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 23. 1885. .WASHINGTON .GOSSIP, Tlie Weekly Collection About (lie Na tional Capital. A HALF-BREED'S "WEDDING. Ever since the war ono of the striking figures about the hotel lobbies, saloons, and other haunts of men has been that of a man called Col. Boudinot. He is a Cherokee half-breed, with bold Indian features, long coarse hair flowing down over his shoulders, and a club foot. Of late years his face, rellcctiug his habits, has grown coarser, while his mane of hair has become grisly gray. What his occupation was is hard to say with much deflnitencss. He says that his business here is to look out for the in terests of his tribe in the Indian Territory, ad "vocato the division of the lands held by it in common into individual holdings, and to secure a claim for $100,000, or such a matter, ho has against the Government for the destruction of his tobacco factory in the Indian Territory. Eeally he belongs t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 23 April 1885

is - - - .I THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: TVASUIN&TON, D. 0.3 THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1885. THE GRAND ARMY, News from the Departments Camp fires, etc- HEADQUARTERS BULLETIN. The Commander-in-Chief at DcnTcr anil Salt Lake. Toledo. O., April 18. 18S3. On the 11th Gen. Kouutz arrived in Denver, Colo, lie was met at the depot by Department Commander A. V. Bohn, members of his Stnfl", and a large representation of the Grand Army in Denver, who accompanied him to the Wind sor Hotel. Alter refreshment he was escorted to various points of interest in the city and re ceived a number of the comrades at Grand Army Headquarters. During t lie afternoon, in company with Department Commander Bohn, l'ast Department Commander Carr and Col. Kennedy, ho visited Farragut, Relief Corps, where ho received a cordial welcome and ad dressed the ladies briefly as follows: Iadii of Farragbt Hi-lick Cokps: I give you my most cordial and fratcrunl greeting, and assiuc you it gives me moic pleasure than I buvowoidto ex...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 23 April 1885

"rs" - 1-aj THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1883. " tOYALWOMP'SWORK .M Tlie Household Fashions Conver sation Ciub. . Tho making of salads is an accomplishment which every young lady should master early. Tke good housekeeper is supposed to bo well up in the art, as a matter of course. But even tho housekeeper can afford to bo reminded that nothing is more conducive to health, and cer tainly to the pleasures of the table, than in tho free nso, particularly in the Spring time, of these crisp, appetizing dishes. Under the head of salads com call grocn vege tables which aro eaten raw and which may bo dressed with oils, acids, salt and pepper. In this class we find potatoes, string beans, beets, asparagus, cauliflower, lettuce, cresses, celery, and many other vegetables, somo of which are first cooked and others cut or minced. These must all be dressed plain, but most varieties aro better combined with oysters, salmon, lobster, cooked, fish, eggs, chicken or o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 23 April 1885

-., -C,4gS&S-'M"-!j''-'',' , W , '-ftiCft - w -"'jTvIf s-r" 'St-""" - " v-R-?'i ""?--Wr" vjirflr. yt-0,-g!sS " S Jciws ')F?T""5VHr"'eBBjT(" V. j -c -?re- - "" !?- THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1885. 8 i-1 iJMi- NEWS OF THE WEEK. The News from All Parts of the World. ABROAD. Yxy little of importance has happened in the Soudan daring the past week. Gen. Sir Gerald Graham, in his report to the homo Gov ernment, pays that the road between Suakim nd a point eipht miles west of Hamloub is bow in a condition to make work on the Siia-kita-Berbcr Eailway easy. Convoys go daily to Haudoub undisturbed. Osman Digna, Gen. Graham says, is trying to collect followers for the purpose of compelling the desert tribes to furnish him with supplies. Tho percentage of sick in tho entire British forco i- reported by Gen. Graham to be but four. A dispatch to Ucmo, from Gen. Ricci, commander of the Ital ian expedition on tho Red Sea, states tbat the Egyptian garrisons of S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 30 April 1885

'stfpsm, tig&&0&f?'''li' S MM?f'H: sapfgsgeasgw Kp?lSa! . -t- . . - "- , Jff -. M&bvi. it. i&'t&. i, ...- ?, "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE'BATTllE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS. Sf ESTABLISHED 1877. -NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 6., THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1885. VOL. IV-NO. 38.-WHOLE NO. 194? I IWJSb. r LAND OF THE AZTECS 1 Tour to .the Halls of the Monte zumas. A. LADY'S OBSERVATIONS. Costumes, Customs and Man ners of the People. A PICTUKESQTJE NATION. The Legend of St. Mary of Guadalupe. It was the good fortune of the Embassa dor of The National Tribune to meet in a Washington parlor a young lady -whose powers of observation and faculty of describ ing what she has observed have given her a national reputation as the ilrst of bright and interesting conversionalists. Wherever she coes aa eager audience gathers to enjoy her vivid, breezy picturing of such things as have passed under her comprehensive vision. "You have just retnrned from a tour to Mexico, I und...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 30 April 1885

-Tf""-"-rf 'X'v- ; .sv-- vj--i.it. i" J &- "Tv.p- THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 188a. seven miles in the rear. But wc were in for it. that's All there was of it. I have been asked to.describc a battle. NO ONE CAN DESCRIIJE A BRITTLE. I can give von but a very, very faint idea of a battle, 'imagine 30,000 men on each side, TO pieces of artillery n one side, 50 on the other, and all actively engaged in trying to destroy the other. I say to yon, you cannot comprehend the booming of the artillery, the whizzing of the shells, the crashing of the &hot through the ranks of men and timber, the roar of the fire of the infantrr, the singing of the balls of the in fantry "and tsnolry as they pass incon veniently close to the ear of the soldier, the cry of the wounded, the shrieks of the dying, the hurrying hither and thither of Aids and Orderlies, of troops, of wagons, of cannon, of ambulances all of these go to make up the pandemonium called a battle, to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 30 April 1885

',ra!S6J?3K 'WHSWSSylSWIW1 -te'gisiaiiigjwst xage: giiw"3ft?i? V THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1885. 'FifflJTING THERJ OYER What Our Veterans Have to Say About Their Old Campaigns. GETTYSBURG. The Part Taken in the Cattle by the Fifth Corps. To the Editor: Gen. Howard, in his very interesting account of the Gettysburg campaign, in referring to the second day's fight on our left, says, when speaking of the light at the time the 140th became engaged, " How could a man describe this special conflict?" Thinking tbestory of a participant, and of one who feels proud that he wasonc of thecommand of so gallant a hero as O'Rorke, who gave up his young life in advance of his men, would ha interesting to your readers, I thought I would pen some of my recollections of one of the most btartling and interesting incidents of my life. The 140th and 1 Ib'tli N. Y., 91st ami 155th Pa. at the time of the battle of Gettysburg con stituted tho Third Ih-igadc, Second Divisi...

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