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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 March 1851

Free Banking System iThe bill introduced, by\Mj\ Walker some tiine ago, iri the Senate, establishing, a, cetera of Free Banking/in which Staid stocks are to be made the basis of the issues; and deposited with the Auditoi General as a pledge for their eventual redemption, has been reported from tbe Committee on Banks, arid made the order of tbe day for to-morrow. ! The bill provides that any person, or assoctntion of persons, who may wish to engage iti the business of banking, may, by depositing with the Auditor General State stocks, ahlounting to not less than 850,000, W more than $400,000, receive from the Auditor General' blank Bank Notes to the amount of. 95 per cent, on the market value of the stocks deposited. The person or association of per sons depositing the stocks must adopt a name for their bank, open an office, and have their notes signed by a President and Cashier; the notes are also to be countersigned by a Eegister in the Auditor GeneralV office. ! The notes t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 March 1851

Cheap Postage Bill. v -: This bill, which has just passed the United States Senate, has been materially altered by that body iri reference to the rates of postage on letters and .newspapers. The provisions onthese points, as they now stand in tho -amended 'bill, are substantially as follows'. We copy from the' Washington-Republic:-With regard to letter.postage, the Senate bill provides, that from arid after June.30ih, 1851, in lieu of the rates of postage now established by law, there shall be charged the following rates, to wit: For everysinglo letter in manuscript, or paper of any kind upon which information shall be asked, <£c, conveyed in the mail, for any distance between places within the'Uuited States notexceeding 3000 miles,, three cents, when the postage shall have been^prepaid; and for any distance exceeding 3000 miles, double those rates; for every such single letter, when conveyed' wholly or in part by sea, and to or from any foreign country, for any distanc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 March 1851

The Compromise Measires Atari early jdajr. of the present session of the State,Legisl^ttref,Sir. Muhlenberg introduced ii series ©Wresolqtiohs in the Senate, approvi ng of the Compromise measures passed at !tbe last session of HDongress, ana expressing a determination on the part of Pennsylvania to treat those measures as a final settlement of the slavery^ question, i: Those resolutions came up for consideration on the lltli'ulfc, when Mr.WaJkerif Erie ^ proposed to strike «ut the original resolutions, arid insert instead thereof a set: of his own, as fol lows: - - ' .-'¦: - - [ "¦-. ",' ¦"•' Resolved; That the Legislature and people of Pennsylvania have entertained, and still cherish a devoted attachment fo;\the Union of the States, rtnd that veneration for the n* tipnal Constitution is unimpaired, deep seated, and.unA'angable^ . .'<¦' ;-' Resolved, That no action of the national Congress carl cause them to falter in the steady and uniform purpose which has heretofor...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 March 1851

State Aencnllural Scnqoh > -¦¦ ' In the report of A. L. Russell Esq/sii'perintendent of Common Schools, presented io the Legislature, he devotes ...a. considerable part of it to Ins. recommendation! .of a plan for a State Agricultural High School, the establishment of which is strongly urged upon "the Legislature. We are sure that it will engage the favorable attention of,,many, of our readers, and it deserves the consideration of .the people of:the Commonwealth, The creation of such an institution, ori.the liberal scale and comprehensive plan recommended, could not but result in great advantages to the numerous' class of agriculturists, and through them, toall other classes and interests in Pennsylvania.'-. In its general features, the project embraces the union of a large model farm and, a collegiate institution; the farm to consist of one thousand acres of land, the collegeto be adapted to the wants of five hundred students, taught by a faculty of eight professors, w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 March 1851

Montrose Lyceum. Question" for Friday "evening. March Tlh—" Is the Standard of bumara .perfection as nearly attained in thq male-as in the female sexi" __" dTed|,__T In Auburn, on Monday the '24th inst.. Sirs. Submit. widow uf:the late Mr. Jason Newton, aged 79 years. ! a' -f ' # In Ru^h, February 25th, 18S1, Fbeeuan- H. Lawrence, an adapted son of Andrew lingers, aged SI yeais. He has loft a wife and two children to mourn his early departure. Montrose & Harford Flank Road Company. fiSC OTICE is hereby given that in pursuance of 1« the provisions of tjie flaluie and of the charter, an election will beheld by the Stockholders Of ihe Montrose and Harford Plank Road company, at the house uf Leonard Searle, on Monday ihe twen.v-fourth day of March mst., at two o'clock p. m.r fnr the purpose of electing officers, to wil: a President, five Managers and a -Treasurer of said Company. Henrv Drinlier S. Seymour J.RSali-bury B.S.Bcnfly Joab Tyler W, J. Mulford B. R. Lyons I. L. P...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 March 1851

AUCTION. THERE will b»! offered for sale at. Auction, at the house of •Catherine L.athrop in the township of.Brpoklyn, oil .Thursday, the-t All) day of March' next. I Mare, 5 Cows, 1 yearliiig, 9 sheep and 2 hogs; 2 or«B plows and 1 stove; Clothing any various articles of household furniture loo numerous to mention. A good 2 horse sleigh and other farming implements. Also some groui, lumberj smoked meat, <tc. Terms—All sums below 55, cash down. From ?8 to f 20, six months credit with approved security. Above §20, one years credit with like security. Sale to commence at I o'clock^, m. CATHERINE LATHROP. - " ¦ Brooklyn, Fob. 26,1S51. ., " .9 2w AdmiRistralor's Sale. " "VfOTICE ia hereby given, that in-pursuance of jLl an order of sale made by the Orpliuo'siCourt, in and fur the County of Susquehanna, there will be exposed to public sale on Wednesday the Stith day of March ne'st, at one o'clock p. m„ upon the premises in the town of Rush, a certain farm or lot of hind, late ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 March 1851

"•• """'!8lSW'ST0fiE.'"' C"''" • ......;.,<K.o.tf'ti;8;"iB:'H''raip.-'i';.. THE,undersigned, partners.under the firm of . , POST <b PITTS,. . -. respectfully announce that they have ^ taken the store recently occupied by Mills <fc.Knnpp, and also their stock in trade; in additiori to which they have just received, from New York, a'well selcclod'aasorfinent of Staple Dry-Qood*, Groceries, <tc,which they ore determined to sell, for READY PAY ONLY,t& lower prices than they can be afforded nt any credit establishment in the country.- All wbo wish tOTAT dowt? akd but ciieaP are" invited to give us.o call, and if you don't.buy it will do ybu no harm to get prices to buy by elsewhere. All -kinds'of barter, usually taken at country stores, teeeived in payment at the highest market prices. W-M.M. POST, Dee. 30,1850.} P. R. PITTS. SliUWt", ^B^HE largest assortment - in the country, and at X 25 per cent less than the usual prices, mav be found at '•• -POST...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 March 1851

-i-"--~ .ee - ilotierithall, Brdtben J ¦ *i?}\ . '¦¦&€». Fqtenl' -Sladslndeli-K^-K. '-"6feM—I,'' I '."'¦ TC: ~ :-'- ~ <&$ A.purely black and truly flu-«S-<*w <5. ent article, [with ;no corrosive %$'\ >di?l properties and without liability '^.jT. "if-S to, thicken bsj ago, recommended ^ffiSS2T®2^ the clerks o'f| varioris public bffisSiw ^j-Jj ce s As being jthe best wk' on all pi "-^Sj accounts now in use; j^" if put ir-ps'srBErflfe in clean vessels' and not mixed i',V< "JJM S3 with other j ink—For sale in ^SJWW^ l11"*. P'"'. w h;i,lf-pint bottles f^-^m i^ by ' J. ETHERIDGE.. j; 'Montrose; Nov. 27,1850. •,-—S4 -. . i ' ! : HOTXOB-.: l^nOTICE is Hereby given tliat the Erm of E. A ijil cfc O. Pratt has this l*t.day ;of December 1850, bv mutual consent dissolved. . •! " E. A:<b O.PRATT. - The business will hereafter be conducted under the firm of Pratts it Co., who will kee|> constantly on hand wholesale aiid retail .Sol...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 March 1851

V.¦ "-¦¦ FREEMAN; HODGES 4"OCtvr^-": imPOBT£RS AND JOBB^l|i, 68- LiBEKry stkeet, sew 7o0k; . j _ . {fietween Broadtcay arid jvofedaj)i '-: i ' ARE mi* receiving' a rich arid beatJUfol tfflbrt' merit of Fancy Silk and Millmtfy Goods.'tc? which tve would particularly IhVitfe the attention of all cash purchasers, and will make it an object for them to give us a call, as we are determined td sell our assortment, for Cash, lower than ever before offered iri this market. - j Milliners can supply themselves With every arli cle in their line, at about tho cost of importation " or auciidri pricVs. Many olf ourgodd? aremanufac tiircd expressly fur our sale,andcannot beenrpasjs ed for beauty or low price*,: ! Rich Hat and Cap Ribbons, a largti varietjs/ ; Silk and Satins fur Bonnets^ ', . ; Crapes, Crape Lisses, Tarletoijs arid Dlujiont* ces. ' :'.""' ' i- i Tnmmings for Hats. Caps and Dresses, ; Jenny Lind Caps, Party and Opera Head Drtaj es. " . . : j Embroidered Capes, Collars, Cufla -a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 March 1851

Farms for Sale mMZELSUMCRIBER WILLAtTM Agtni . ' M. for the private sale of Real Estate—Farms; Houses and Lots—located in Susquehanna couotv( Pa. All who wish to offer their property for said j can give a minute description of their Farms of ¦ • j Lots as follows: Number of.acres, lldw marly improved, aud how watered; Buildings; Orchard) grafted or common fruit; other fruit trees, and shado trees; how far from Montrose,and the nearest point to a-depot nn the New York i Erie Railroad: pricB j anil terms of payment. All who wish tosell or pur- y chase Real Estate, will receive prompt attention by calling on or addressing me ut Montrose, Sua* j quehanna county, Pa. ; i . r,gf Conveyance from Montrose to the premise! free nf charge. Office on Turnpike street, 4 doers West of thf Brick corner. - ¦ • The following Farms and Lots are ndW offered! for sale: No. 1. 40 acres, 30 im. Frame House and Barn) ' No>2. 80 acres; 50 " do. do. No. 3. 100 do. CO do. do. No. 5. 10 do. 40 ¦ Ho. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 March 1851

StoVc Ware and Pipe. f1 KEYSTONE State Afrtigbt Cooking'StoTofot" j ' burningwood and coal, thebest in use; Rough r and Ready double oven Cooking Stove; Elevated X' - double oven ditto; Premium do. do.•, Victoria do-, of do.; Empire State do.; Clinton Air-tight do^ twen- j.^ ty sires and kinds of -Parlor Stoves for wood or i-: coal; ten sizes of 6 plate do.; t'oal & wood Stovee j , for shops, and school houses, the best in use-; Cop- s<Jt oer. Brass,Tin and'-Iion Ware; Russia.Ericlish <t Sit! Iron Stove Pipe; Stone, Tin and Zinc tribes, 4c, fca, forsale by the 100 dozen or Single at the Eagle g-Foundrv depot. WILSON it CO. 3. Montrose, Nor. 26, I860, ,#1 ' ¦' - Notice. - - - .-,-!, THE subscriber will continue the Hat, Cap, and if co Fur business at theold.stand of Eldred *|ho-Newcomb. aud will keep on hand a general assort-' >°- ment of goods in his line. Thankful for the very f I liberal patronage which. was. received by the old?1 d firm, be respec...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 March 1851

• «^s;X«isttr^^ . h^oyjgRpigg,' jiiiaOT.-'is; islii,;.., •;«';^ - Seed Potatoes. :;', |-, - ¦-; ts^tL^JJiwember.'nunjber of the Genesee FaHnier<-jpaz8.iS77>i,tbo question is, asked, " Whetitcr it is more advantageous to plant small/potatoes than '-large ones 'f" J?r|jib;, inyZ youth T,have be^r i taught the imr^r^iscei. of-seicctj.ng.the largest and best potatoes to be used for seed. My practice hasbecnbccasionally to put one such- in a hill ^ bu t generally; to cuvthem into tjwq pieces^md to put! tliree'piecas into each'hill.— In tho sjiriug of.lS-IfJ, owing to the ic^ircity and: high- price of potatoes,1 was induced to plant, as,an experiment, some small Mercers in the garden on a square, ' that was,; highly tnanured..,. The yield was great and !the potatoes first rate us tosize. Being much disappointed,and-stating the fact tp a friend; lie gave an unqualified opinion, that! the favorable result was owing' to the "richness of thc,sojl.-i -iThe.fast season; ;I...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 March 1851

V -y the Potato Disease. ... . . At the second Agricultural meeting at the State'House, Prof. "tWoi. C. Fowler of Amherst and'Hoti. Caleb Gushing of Newbury, wcrej appointed aoo'niipittee to prepare questions!, upon, agricultural subjects^ these to! he submitted to the farmers of ihe "Commonwealth. Upon thffsubject of the potato disease, they publish the following questions: - I. Does'the disease extend to the whole race or only to that part which has been culvated' • This question can bo answered by-.invcs.ti? gatirig the state of the plant in those regions where it is said to grow spontaneously." "If the disease is constitutional and extends .to the whole race then there-would; seem to be no remedy.. If it extendsonly to the cultivated part, then the proper way will be to obtain set-d from those plants which grow .spontaneously. ! II. If the disease pertains only to theculitivated portion of the race, does it extend to Ifhe whole of that portion, or only to certain iyarietie...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 March 1851

MONTROSE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. C.i5I.gi33IM03fS^-FashionableB6otandSlioe maker, over A. Baldwin's Harness shop, Turn . pike street.. " ' '.."'.' EUBKEB & JfEWCOaSB-^—Dealers in Eats,Caps, and Furs; .opp-jsite tbe "Democrat ! Printing oSce. foot PublicJlvenue. ' ¦ SOISJS GKOYES-f-Fashionablo Tailor; over 1 Geo. Fuller'-. Book Stdre, where he' does work in . a style altogether unsurpassed. . . ST.- mSWHON—Attorney a'tUw-'"Office on Turnpike street, one door East of B.T. Case's Office, Montrofe, Pa,} ' --.--¦-- -. BEKrEiay & 'K5EAD—Dealers in Dry Goods, Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Groceries, ! Hardware, Crockeiy.'lj-on, Clocks, Watches, Jewelry Silver Spoons, Perfumery, <£c. Ac. . [TIAttBL J. O'EKIES-r-flbuae aiid Sign Fainter, Papertianger, Glazier, Gralner¦ tt' Deccrafor Shop over J.T.-Birchard' s carpenter shop . a few rods east, of Warner's Hotel.. " -.. - .. BAf^O WII9 & <JOX—Saddle, Harness, Carpet Bag and Trunk Manufacturer, and- Carriag...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 March 1851

> BOOTS AND SHOES. V good assortment of Boots and Shoes cmbra XX cing Men's coarse;arid fine Boots,1 Boys'- Boots and Shoes, Wonien'a and Misses ditto-^-also J;;V :¦"_"'* ycLOtUim';:-.:;Zy_ Embracing, o great Variety Jof Overcoats, SikX-s, T*eed*,<kc.,'a large variety of' P"«tefrdm siit shillingsJup.wards, and a good assortment of Pants, Shirtaj Wrappers and drawers—ditto ;| :>:.]¦;, "SATs'& caps!":, ''. }: :•. Silk and Fur Hats: Plush, Fur, Mohair, Cloth and Glazed, Cups, fall fashions, for men,bjys a!ndchildren-f- ',,-¦--¦ ; ! BOOKS AND STATIONERY:! ' i:. School and luiscellarieous Books, Staple aitrl Fancy Stationery, Inks, Inkstands, Pen-racks, Penknives and a great variety of fancy articles too numerous to enumerate, just received at FULlER-s, : First dour above Searle's'Hotel. Montrose, October 25r1850. "MEDICAL CARD." DOOT. PATRICK finds, on examining into the state of financial affairs, a necessity as he believes, for calling on those who are...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 March 1851

To Dairy-men and Farmers. Valuable Property for Sale. THE following Real and Personal Estate, as hereinafter described, situate in New Milfiird, Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania, will be sold at a great bargain to a»y one who may choose lo purchase. Ihe real estate consists of seven hundred acres, five hundred of which are under improvement, and on *hich are four dwelling houses and seren barns. The farm is well designed for a Dai rv, and is capable of feeding one hundred Cows du ring summer and winter, and -every part of it well watered with springs aud streams. The_buildi:igs and land are in good condition, and on the premises are about five miles of good Stone Wall, and the-othcr fencesare also good, and on the wood' hind are large quantities of Chestnut Timber, which will supply the farm for manv- years to come, and which will also be valuable for building the Railroad which is soon to be built up Mirtin's Creek.— Said farm has a very pleasant and desirable location about seve...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 March 1851

. Eagle Foundry Ware Room, NO. t PUBLIC A YMNUE. _ \ ON baud and for sale cheap Cooking, " Parlor, Shop, Church and! Coal Stoves, Stove Pipe and Ware, -Pump and Lead Pipe, Sheet Iron, Tin Copper, Wire, Zinc, Iron Bindings Morticing-Machines, Shingle Machine.*, Ploughs, Iron. Scrapers, Corn'Shelters, Straw Cutters,.Tin Ware, Saw Arbors; Morters, Sleigh Shoes, Mill: Crunks, Jack Screws, &c i-c_' Iron and Sieel of. all kinds—finally; all kinds of Castings bu hand or made to order.' . ! WILSON & CO. Montrose. September,! 185°- ¦ ' Fancy Goods. RIBBONS, ¦Delanes.jThibet cloths, Blue and Green Barrage, Mantilla Siilt, Fringe, Lace; Hegent Silk. French Ginghams, Belts, Cashmeres, White Kid Gloves, Cravats', Linen H'dks, Shawls, .tc.,.ta '"". LYONS «fc CHAAD1ER. Sept. ,10. 1850. ¦ . : ;, Lumber Wanted. PINE and Hemlock Boards, Pine Siding and Shingles. HY0N8 i CHANDLER. Montrose,Sept. 178 I8SQ.¦; ¦' - OH FISH and fllatkcrel.^a -1 'arid -2 just received and foB sale by -t ¦...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 March 1851

Dr. Eafiertjr^s <felebr^i^artjilS MEDICINES—Ahead of all oih^i/aiutunati niously aporo'vedf-fThe Productions of ft If eensedSurgmi aiidl'hyiiciattbfiOiyeaHprae : licalexperience;.-¦-; -..".- :' ,:¦ ...'¦-;:>' ,?' -•¦'.< ••-'-.-¦• & VRArKEETi'». Biut ov;C[n.EAo.—Among all. the rcrnedici' before th"e public, this stands pre-eminent iiilire early stages ofCorisuniptimXRronchltu, Catdrrah:'Coughs;H6drsfiess,Aslhmq^8j^tHhg «f Rloo' d, arid for all affections of the pnlmonary. -oVr gans occasioned by cold,- Too much praise cannot be bestowed upon this remedy, and the proprietor urges any one affected with any of the above ooaij plaints,to secure it at once.'. . ':."~.'-¦ ¦ .,-''.£-'-. Ravfeutt's Family Viijs.—They best Family Physic now in the Country for sick h»d-ache,'coS! tiveness, cleansing.the stomach of bUe;.-purifyihjf the blood, carrying off diseased humors and restoring health. , .- " .r ..- -.'¦'-'¦:'? ' R.uEEE-n-SiFEiULE Moim.T-Pii.Ls.—For remo ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 March 1851

ALBASTY & 3TJTFALO, , MmmsJ^^s^ssssR \--\ New York and Erie, Vayuga and. Zititijulhanna , Rail Roads, Seneca and Cayuga Lakes!.]: ¦ EVEaVBOnv'S.SAESET LIKE 1 THE subscribers are now'prepared to rccolv Freight of all kinds atlhe following poms, vni: Buffalo, Attira,,Batavra,BtfgcnVKuaiester,CSfc nndaigua, Geneva, Dresden, Ovid, Lo-Ji, Dundee Landing, Jefferson, Havana, Milport, Hnr<eL" ead», Corning, Elniira, Factoiyville, Spring Port ^ Hend* der's Ferry, Aurora,-Ithaea, Candor, Owegd, Ujiidii Bingharalou, Great Bend, Lanej-boro', Deposit and Hancock, every jjay in the week, (Sundays excepted,) r.nd continue with regularity' throughout".tho season. They will attend to forwarding the same to the New York Market, where it- will receive the personal attention of experienced silesrueb, who will attend to "the selling of, the same, and re-. turn the proceeds in Bankable funds at either of the above points, tu the following persons: \ ''"'-'..'•' Buifalo, Storehouse of Hen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 March 1851

^;. . Wintering Stock. Messes. Editors ; I observe that some of ray neighbors let their cattle run in pastures late in the fall, in snow and hail storms, endeavoring to get a scanty subsistence from the half frozen: ground. Jfow we think therft»neither kindness nor economy in such treatment <jf bur cioraestic animals.; .Thej'j rausfj, of .-course suffer more or less from ¦exposure to the c-ild rains, and rigorous nights of this "season of the year, even with-; out snow. \ The drizzling storm penetrates the hair or the fleece, to the skin, chills their] limbs .-arid-retards the' circulation-of the •'blood, which is the life.11, whilst, tlie feed \ froschitteri and withered, its, juicy sweetness j gone^ is scarcelyjworth picking. ¦ The opinion of thocattle may bo g?.thered from their wandering wistfully about the fields orgatlieringin thevicinnity of the barn turning up'irianure heaps for the few straws they can pick out,of theta, and by their low- ] iug, plaintively pref...

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