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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 October 1851

TM INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editori AUSTIN II. BROWN. Publisher WEEKLY, Per Annum. . l.OO DAILY, fi.OO VOL. XI. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1851. NO. 1, - - ar WEEKLY. c INDIANA STATE SENTINEL; A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, C7OIIice in THE SKTI.KL ItlTl I.TI!ff:s n A'orth Side Washington, near Meridian St., OPPOSITE ODD TELLOWS HALL, AUSTIN II. B II OWN, Publisher. OE DOLLAR!! LET THERE BE MORE LIGHT! Cheap ami Go d Rending hr the Million! Tili- WMKLY STATE SENTINEL Will be sent to sinsl: subscribers at the low rale of m imu m mm m mmw A.. '- - -- - ... u .: l ... : 1 1 l : ' nj i ' - ' ' ru imj urn h'i'i . i;irr in wc ciuifled lo one ctqiv Tatis Fro: the tirsl of July next sunsc -ibers in Marion Cotintv will receive tbotr tw pers through the mail free of ,o,tage. At all PoSt Ufliccs wilbin 59 miles the portage will be live ccnls a quarter, and all within three butulreil miles len cents per quarter. The Stale Sentinel will contain tbe latest an I most important new...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 October 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. INDIANAPOLIS: SVTl RDAY KTHKIWG, SEIT. 7, IMt. Democratic A. G PORTER, State Central Committee. C. G. WERBE, DAVID REYISOLDS, L. DUNLAP, WILLIAM B. MORRISON, A. GALL, N. BOLTON . FRANCIS KING, J. P. DRAKE. W. J. BROWN. Money Matter. We see ii stated in tlie money articles of the Euaiorn Press, that the stringency in the monetary matters of j the Atlantic cities, continues with little alleviation, depressing stocks and railroad securities, and making it tapotsible t) negotiate bonds for new works, and dimcult to realize funds without a sacrifice on bonds of established character. We cannot suppose that this state of things will continue, as the immense addition continually being made from the mines to the specie of tho country, and the consequent bank facilities created, must keep money, 'I not redundant, at least sufficient tm the wholesome purposes of commerce and business We would say, however, to our Railroad Companies, that it wo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 October 1851

'JL BY MAIiXETrc TELEGRAPH. From the Louisville and Mdion Papers.) Arrival of the Washington. . New York, Sopt. 23, 8 P. M. The steamer Washington, from Southampton, with date to ibe 10th instant , readied her wharf two minute past one o'clock. She bring one hundred and eighty passengers. The sales ot Cotton at Liverpool on Tuesday, the 9th instant, were 1Ü.U00 bales at an advance of ,4. The best qualities of Flour are languid and neglected, and are offered at 26s to 26s.6d. The weather has been cool and favorable for harvesting. Importations of Brcadstuffs are unusually small, and exportation; are large. London Money Masket Consols closed on Tuesday at .jjaW. GENERAL NEWS. Great preparations ar I being made at Southampton for the reception of Kosulh, who was shortly expected, with his companions, to arrive there in the L'nitcd States steamer Mississippi. The Spanish ambassador had addressed a lengthy communication to the London Times in relation to varimis a' tides copied by that j...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 October 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. an awful siu'l't, and one calculated to freeze the blood in the veins of the mot liruvc nnd darin jr. It wot plain to observe that the Indians were in di- ' suise, which was not an uncommon occurrence among ' them. But no time was to be lot, should we be observed, OS THBMlDSlOHr KXPEDIT10 A MILITARY LEOESD. ; we milit meet with our equals. .fn.nm vilim " Steady boys." whifnered the Captain alon the line, v. J ? m .7 , i " L "sn f'n uis du,y- l,r ,ie" depc'"J -It Wm . bloody battle wblle it loteU;- Aud the eearjmt 01 laanut. iuiim.. - u for the Indiana State Sentinel.) The Forest Guide: PadJgs Pbfmtm. ff, one answered, but the stei n determination which tn this, the jre of railroad, and telegraphs, the perils was ilea.ly stamped upon e.u h br w. showed that .hey and hardship, of soJdier life have been greatly d.m.ni.h- j were determined M lOeti the.r live, a. dea. y a r4' -ed and war i. now ra.her considered a U.ry or valor- "Are you ready? ' again asked the t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 October 1851

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WILLIAM J. BROWN'. Editor. At sTIN Ii. BROWN. Publisher. WEEKLY. (WEEKLY, Per Annum, tl.00 I DAILY, Ö.OO VOL. XI. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1851. NO. 19 .... " " - i .a a s uij A IttHm Or I HK PEOPLE, r70re in THE SENTINEL BITILDIN;So Arth Side Washington, near Meridian St., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS HALL. AUSTIN H. BROWN, Publisher. ONE DOLi7aR!! j LET THERE BE MORE LIGHT! Cheap and Good Reading for the Million! THE WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL Will be sent to inele subscribers at the low rate of JinnSfl PCD AHUM II A nV I MIT I I USD UUbliilil iJjJl nililUID 111 llDI Ml U !! Any person sending ten subscribers will be entiUed to one copy gratis. From the first of July next ...i... X4- r i -ii ils Suif1? 5 ? . reCe,Vf . noPa; fXiVL &iLÄ"?Si . " a quarter, and all within three hundred miles ten cent per quarter. The State Sentinel will contain the latest and most important news by telegraph, as well as the mails, and will contain more reading matte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 October 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WILLIAM J. BROWN, Edltor. INDIANAPOLIS: SATTftDAY EVEKING, OCfOBKR 4, 1851. Col. Joseph Johnson is the Democratic nominee for Governor, and Shelton F. Leake for Lieutenant Governor. Col. Johnson resides in Harrison counly. Western Virginia; has represented the District many year in Congress, and was during the late session ofrhe Legislature elected Governor. He is a gentleman of respectable talents, and great personal populaiity and worth. We rejard his election as certain. The Whig Convention has nominated George W. Summers, of Kanawha, as a candidate for Governor, Samuel Watts, of Norfolk, for Lieutenant Governor, and S S. Baxter for Attorney General. The Convention then adopted resolutions recommending their nominees, endorsing the Compromise measures, and applauding the administration, declaring Mr. Fillmore entitled to the confidence of the Whig party. They further pro. claim that the Whigs of Virginia can support no man who is not true to the Union and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 October 1851

BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH. Prom the Louisville aud Madisou Papers. From Philadelphia. ARRIVAL OF THE BALTIC. Philadelphia. Sent 30. lhe steamer Baltic, from Liverpool, with dates to the win inst., arrived at New York at half pat sereo o clock on Sunday morning. She sailed from Liverpool at halt-pasf two on th. 17iK ...I : - paaaeagcrs. Übe passed the Asia on tlie 19th nineteen hours west of Cape Clear. Tha Baltic exwrienoed heavy wind during the whole passage. The Canada armed at Liverpool on the evening o the 13th having made the trip m ten days and five hours. The excitement about gold in Australia is rather on the increase. The harvest news throughout Great Britain is most encouraging weather very favorable for in-atherin". iho trerman Diet held a sitting on the 6th of Septemuer, when the report of the corainiUee on the coastilit ion was read, but owing to too great dilference of opinion it could not be agreed t... Much disaoitoinrmci.t ev. ist throughout England, from lack of defini...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 October 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY Bf UM, OCTOBER t 1851. Judge hoiiKlai's Address. We commence to-day the publication of this able address delivered before the State Agricultural Fair at Rochester, New York. We commend it to the perusal of all our readers. It inculcates many important truths, and embraces a wide scope, which shows not only the appreciation, hut the familiarity of this distinguished statesman with the subject of agriculture. The object of the author seems to be to impress truth ia a simple and plain style on his heartrs and readers, rather than a disposition to display the learning of the books, or the beanty of the orator. 0"Garber says he has had no controversy with the Democrats of Jefferson county. Why was he read out of the party by the Democracy in Mass Convention? This looks a Hille like "controversy" some where. Perhaps he wilPexplain, by saying he is right and the Democrats of Jefferson county are wrong! ETThe Branch Bank at Indianapolis shipped this morning...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 October 1851

I WIM STATE semi. INDIANAPOLIS: THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 9, 1851. SALE OF SINKING FUND LANDS. THE following pieces , parcels or lota of Und. or so much of etcbaimi) be necessary , will, on Saturday, tk tktrtttntkiay ef jüttmbtr ntxt, between tbe hours of eight o'clock, A. M., and five o'clock, P. M , at the Court House door, in the town of luUaiapoUs. be offered for tale, to the highest bidder, the bid being equal to the amount chargeable; the same having been mortgaged to the State of Indiana, to secure loans from the Sinking rund, and forfeited by non payment of the interest due thereon, to-wit: Bartholomew County. The w hf of the n e qr of sec 10. t 10 n. r5e, containing eighty acres, more or less; mortgaged by Henry Dritt. Loan, interest, Ac, 8565 67. Blackford County. The n e fractional qr, (east of the old Indian boundary line.) of sec U, t24 n, r 11 e, being the n hf of said fr qr, containing 49 acres; also the s w qr of the aforesaid qr, containing 40 acres; mortgaged by Jo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 October 1851

mortgaged by Hiram Hunt: forfeited and told on credit to Thomas Pence Loan, interest. Ac . 9M0 51. Then hi" of the n wqr of tec . t Is. r 13 e. and also the i end of rr mc 3S, t 19. r 13 , contauiiag 141 acre, except 90 acre oat of the a w pan or said tract, heretofore conveyed; mortg ag ed by Nathan Proctor. Loan, interest. Ac . Sl"J 62. Ta n w qr of sec L t 19 n, r M e. containing HI acres; mortgaged by Samuel Outland. Iioan. interest, Ac . 90th M The t w qr of sec 89. I 19, r 13 e. containing 100 acre ;. more or lata; mortgaged by William Hunt; forfeited and old on credit to Andrew Schafler Loien. iuterev Ac . S619 71. The n w qr of the u e qr of sec 5. containing 37 12-100 acres, also ihe w qr of the n e qr of see S, containing 40 acres, all in t 19 n. r It e; mortgaged by George W Dickson. Ixan. interest. Ac., t5 Ripley County. The e pan of the n w qr of sec 19. 1 7 it. r 12 e. containing 95 acres, mortgaged by James Davis. Loan, interest, ore 544 67. Rush Countu. Tue e hi of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 October 1851

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WILLIAM J. DROWN, Editor. .1 WEEKLY. WEEKLY, Per Annan, l.OO DAILY, 5.00 AUSTIN II. BROWN, Publisher VOL. XI. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1851. NO. 20, Proa the Detroit Free Press Extra." Address by Hon. Lewi Cass. DELIVERED BEFORE THE MICHIGAN STATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY, AT ITS THIRD ANNUAL FAIR, HELD AT DETROIT, SEP- I LiHOtiK 4. ZO, ARU 2b. ISO! That the lines had fallen to him in pleasant places. id that be had a goodly heritage, were subjects of congratulation witn tnc royal psalmist ol Israel, gratefully acknowledged end beautifully expressed in one of thofe otftponrings of the imagination which have come down to us in the pages of the Scripture, nnd whose hold unon the human affections is as nowerli.l now as in Sm i . l m .t , 1 . - - T orijjiuest days ol the ehosen people o God. And where is the American who does not feel that his conntry offers goodly heritages and pleasant places and equally, too to all who seek them from the shores where...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 October 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. INDIANAPOLIS; ATITRDA1T EVENING, OCTOBER 11, 1831. Gen. Cass's Address. The great length of Gen. Cass's address prevents Us publishing it entire. We therefore omit that part i which was local to Michigan, and publish the remainder j which will be found on the outside page of this week's - - i r 1 -" paper. UI tne many merary prouuctions oi nis uisungutshed statesman, we think this address stands unrivailed. Ve trust no one will fail to read it. Crtt is with pleasure we acknowledge tbe receipt of the subscription of the club of twenty for the Hollar Courier, from John S. Ried. Esq., of Connersvillc, In diana. It is not the money alone we are thankful for, but the unmistakable ev.dence of the hold Gov. Wright has uoon the hearts of the people, and of their deter raination to stand by him throughout an i to the end of the attacks whieh may be made upon him by Senator Bright and Ais " reliable democracy of this county. j Madison Courier....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 October 1851

mm '. II I BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH. From the Louisville sad ftad'ison Papers. From St. Lotlis. . St. Loüib, Oct. i , 8 P. M. News from Salt Lake City to the 14th inst. has been received. A company of packers, fourteen in number, was attacked on the 9th of August oh the Ft. HaH road by about fifty Indians, supposed to be Snakes and halfbreeds. The packers were fired upon from the willow bushes and eight of their number were killed, but the remaining six succeeded in retreatitfg to the trains in their rear. This company was called the Malina, from Illinois. The Indians took about two thousand dollars worth'of provisions, twelve horses, and about one thousand dollars in cash. An election was held in this city yesterday to author tze the county court to subscribe one hundred thousand dollars additional to the Pacific Railroad, which resulted in favor of the measure. From Cincinnati. ClNCIHrWATI, Oct. 7, 8 P Receipts of flour lifjht; demand for eity made M. good ; sales of 600 bbls. at $3 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 October 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY EYENINC;, OCTOBER 8, 1851. State Univeesity Election of Professo Labkabee. We have already staled to our readers, that the Trustees of the University of Indiana adjourned their annual meeting to this city, in order to obtain a quorum to do business. We learn that their session, which has just terminated, has been an important one. A vacancy having occurred by resignation in the department of Mathematics, Professor Larrabce, now of the Greeneastle University, has been elected to fill the chair, and has accepted the appointment. We aiiiir well to the University for this election. Professor Larrabce, independently of his high professional standing, has made his mailt on our western literature as a ripe scholar and elegant writer. Not only is his reputation as Professor of Mathematics unsurpassed in the west, but his contributions to thai periodical literature of the day, which exerts an ever increasing influence on the public mind, are of a high order,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 October 1851

MM STATE SIT A XAPOLIS: IXD1 THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER I, 1831. SALE OF SINKING FUND LANDS. FBlHB following pier.-s, parcels or lots of Und. or so mu.li of each as may to MWMin, will, on Sa'wrday, the thirteenth day of Dutmbtr ntzt, between the hours of eight o clock. A. -J.. and live o'clock. P. M., at the Court House door, in the town of In dianapolis, to offered for aale, to the highest bidder, the bid being equal to the amount chargeable: the name having been mort aged to the State of Indiana, to secure loana from tht Sinking Fund, and forfeited by non payment of the interest due thereon. to wit. Bartholomew Count. The w hf of the u e qr of nee 13, t lOn, röe. coniainin eighty acrea, more or less; mortgager! by Henry Dritt. Loan, interest. Ac, $565 67. Blackford County. The n e fractional qr, (east of the old Indian boundary hue,) of sec 14, t 34 Ii, r II e, being the n hf of aaid fr qr, containing 50 acres, also the w qr oi me aioresai qr, containing 40 acres mortgaged by Joahu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 October 1851

I mortgaged by Joseph W. Swain; forfeited and sold on credit to Henry McKay. Loan, interest, ozc . 9983 The e qr of tee 28. 14 n. r 7 e, containing 10 acres; mortgaged by Samuel Morrison Loan, interest. Ac, S577 34 The e hf of the n w qr of sec S6, l 13 n. r 7 e, comaming SO acres: mortgaged by James Woodward Loan, interest, dec, MM 96. The w hf of the s w qr of see 4, 1 12 n, r 7 a, containing 80 acres; mortgaged bv Samuel Walker. Loan, interest, Ac. S677 34. The w hf of the n w qr of see 2-i. t 13 n. r 6 e. containing acres, more or less; morigaged by James K. Sleeiu. Loan, interest, kc, 17 83. The e hf of the ii e qr of sec J. and the w hf of the n w qr of sec 25, all in 1 11 n, r t e, containing in all 160 ai re; mortgaged by John J. Lewis; Loan, interest, 4c, 9476 18. Switzerland County. The w hf of the w qr of sec 7. also 40 acres lying in the s e corner ol the u w qr of sec 7, all in t 2. r I w: mortgaged by Martin R Green; forfeited and sold on credit to George W. Ureen. Loo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 October 1851

STATE SENTINEL WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. A I TIN H. BROWN. Publisher. WEEKLY. $ WEEKLY. Per Annum. l.OO DAILY, i.00 VOL. XI. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1851. NO. THE INDIANA 21. INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: A GAZETTK OF THE PEOPLE, OOlfice in THE SENTINEL BUILDING Xtrth Side Washington, mar Meridian St., OPPOSITH ODD FELLOW'S HALL. i might be acquainted with the views of this subject enA V K T I T H R R ft W V PnKlivliMi- ! tertained by a portion of the English presses. As well n t 1 1 " it i ft u w ii i nioiisner. , M we can inderstanH the arlicl it es an a,.Pre. hension on the part of oor English friends that the GovOlVFi I 1 I ernment of the United States is too feeble to restrain -J nLrrRJMim armed expeditions of its citiiens against neighboring LET THESE BE MORE LIGHT! ! countries, and that European nations will bo justified in nt i p tv j. .1 iii assisting such ooantries by an armed intorvention to detlieap anil (jrOOtl Heading IGF the Million! fend their soil against ther...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 October 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. INDIANAPOLIS SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 18, 1851. I Democratic State Central Committee. A G PORTER, C. G. WERBE, DAVID REYNOLDS. N. BOLTON L. DUXLAP, WILLIAM H. MORRISON". A. OALL. FRANCIS KING, .I P DRAKE. W. J. BROWN . . : y- V B PALMER, the American Newspaper Agent, n tkea. tuortsW Ai-tt foe this paper ui the cities of Boston, New York, and and is duly empowered to take advertisements and sub- ! th run required by us. Iii receipts will be resrded as payments H.s odlces are: Bottom. Scollay's Building; AVie York, Tribune Butldiurs: HiladMmhia. N. W. corner Third and Chasnut su. Xft. H PARVIN, Ueueral Newspaper Agent. South-east corner ot Columbia and Mam Streets. Cincinnati, Ohio, is the duthoriaed Agent lor this paper, and is duly empowered to take atlvrrtisamaat' aud subscriptions at the rate required by u Forever float that standard sheet. Where breathe the foe but LIN before BS, With freedom's soil beneath our feet. And freedom'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 October 1851

t BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH. Prom the Louuville and Madison Papers ohi Election Returns. , Cincinnati, Oct. 15. Gov Weight Whigs badly beaten in Hamilton Lour.tv, and throughout the State. FARRAN. Ed. Cin. Enq Columbus, Oct. 15. Brown, Sentinel Returns this morning open rich. Prospect of a magnificent triumph on our whole ticket, and ui the Legislature STATESMAN. Toledo, Oct. 14. Wood's majority in the city 105 a large dem. gain. S a v dnsky City, Oct. 14 Wood has JÜÜ majority in this city. Herron county whole whig ticket elected Xenia, Oct. 14. Whig maj. for Governor greatly reduced. Columbus, Oct. 15. Wood's maj. in Franklin co. from 100 to 200. Lucas co. democratic. Mansfield, Oct. 15. Democratic ticket ahead beyond all expectations. Cincinnati, Oct. 15. Hamilton cö. gon for Wood by a large majority. Wood's maj. throughout the State very large. Hamilton, Oct. 16, 1851. Whole democratic ticket elected. Vance, Ind. deieated lor Judge by Hains, dem. Frone in in nan Cincinnati, Oct. 15. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 October 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, Speech of Gov. Joseph A. Wright, DELIVERED BEFORE THE WAYPTE COUNTY AGRICULTURAL FAIR. HELD AT RICHMOND ON TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 8 AND 9, 1851 Mr. President, and Gentlemen of th' 11 ayne County Ag ncultural Society : The pursuits of ni lite iniso been as much varied as most tuen, vet in arcepting your kind invitation to address you, I did not suppose that it was possible for me to eniighteu the practical farmers and mechanics ol the county ol Wayne. Yet when I consider the efforts now making to excite out fellow citizens on the subject ol labor, to arouse the laboring men of the State, the spirit f emulation that is being kindled every where, I could not do otherwise than by my presence contribute my mite to urge forward this movement. My only regret is, that my time has lceu so occupied that I feel almost entirely unprepared to address large and intelligent a portion of our fellow citizens. What is wanting in me, von have well remedied ...

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