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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 1 July 1847

FOR ■AI,K IV OM) CAMIIItIDCK. MA HOt IU ttlcivii.tl- -itii,,!,.. on Die evtn . I \mntttmM from lln-tu.- -i... i n. flouul ituburii ttoad] known an ii.. ...ni atlaa >>t a,,.,),,,, w.,-. Mid II a eoainuii twi |V« rooni-i, ii tvi II I.toll in niadttl Flattie,lß tltorouifli r- itair. tloiuit. i.-,i will, ii me a v i,,ut«i (eel o( Und, well bii.l oal and 1.11..1 v-illi pf i,n Tn,» in lull t.< ariiia. Stiriil.In i). iVc. 'I'lic lot in well filuriti-il tor IfflJH Ul i tin nl, to, ll.t ie i. m I>.ul.n.iu on v part ol 110- ineiiii.ia, which, at ti -hihll et- I hum mill wiHtoui n univ.il, mat be niada » pw-Hllßf Houae, and abolemvea be. I.vi.dvii lot w.ttioui it.-t ■ un.-i.i to the mml baoaa Th piece will in- »»u\ linr, c* Lbej owmr i. about in i.muvf to »o.o(lu*i v rt ol Hit cil>. A intrt only ol the piircloi-iv n e> will In- leejuir. el. I For Iti.llier nilofin ition itpuly lo JOBBPH HOLMES, M the nieiiiiM-., or to J. A. U i ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 1 July 1847

CITY ORDINANCES. I [No. 24] MTV Ol' < AmtltHH.l.. In the tear.juc llmo-aud eight hiuiehed uudforly at-ten. AN OKDINA.NCi:, For Ihe Siipn „ion of Diatuibance* on the Lord* clay. Be it ordaintd by ihe City Council uf the City of Cambridge, a* follow: 1. Every ptreMi who vliull, on Ihe bard*! Day, rare, or rid*, or .hive, for trial of i>peed, any hoi-u* or olhei aiMin.,l ~f -|... borM X i- t ,I, «„ auv at reel or highway in the tiiy, or who -.hall, by ihe careless, imuiodeiiite or dm. M .lei ly riding or driving of any MM horse j Of either animal, whether liai iiem-eil lo an) gig, eliaisi-, or other vehicle, or nol, or by noises, shouts, or oul-eiie-a, on any su. h street of highway, disturb the public peace, or shall noleei or oodaagof aaa poMM la going to 01 i. turning fiom public woi-diip, or shall obilincl, ai yor iuti-riitpt any person in the In e and ipiiel enj ivuteiit of hie) religious and privileges, shall, upon conviction thereof, foiteit and pay a mm no...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 1 July 1847

(No. 28.1 ITTY OF CA.MIIItIIX.I:. j li.llie y.i.r „„t lli.msuiul ci|(lil hundred und fully-seven. A.N lIHIIINAN. I., Estnlilisliiiifj the Salnries of eerluin C'itv ORicrrs. ff. a .„,,„,,.,., hy (/„ (i/y C'uUlllll 1,/ Me o*_ nf CmmteUft, mthUmm .-_ 1. The Otliceis uf the City, hereinafter liiiin.-.1, shall leerin, llu- 1'.i11,,..i■,,. annual suliities, tula, paiil in ei|tinl i|ii,.rletly |..,yiticiila, xvliieli ahull Is, in lull fur all .civile rendered iv their nlliciitl rnpucily : City Trrnsurer, am: liunilrcil nud fitly ili.ll.ua; City Clerk, exclimivc of feea catulvllshed hy law, five liou.lii-.i ,I.dials; ' Cleik I.lliu-Common ('..unril, one Imiulrril dullars; llnnrd IS* 1aM.1111.. live Imu.lie.l ilnllurn; Collector of Tuxes, five limn!,, d dnllurs; Cily Mcsscnarr, two hiuulicd .Inll.us; Chief bwttWfr, one liiinilie.l dollar.j I'-.tnr Assislinit I'lnyiueere, Iweiity-liie il.ill.ira each. 2. IW. a tuithir urdmnid. Thai an . lidimnue, •'eslulilisliiur. Ihe Main of llie C.llrrlur o...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 1 July 1847

AUCTION SAL.KS. MV WM. HfIVKY, JK. TWO LOTS OC LAND AT AUCTION. THIS HAY. \1,'11.1. he a.i 1.1 ul Public Auction, on THI 'Its VT HAY, July lal, al 4 o'clock, I. M., on llio premises, n lot of Lund containing 8250 aquara feel, .ilusted ...i I'mspeci slieel, in Cituibriilgc|>ort, o|p..■lla Ihe garden nl Ilr. Ilanirl Chnplin, unit in ll'unl of llu- ilvv,-Ihug huuse nf the 11, V. J. !•'. W. Ware. I*4. lot is well cvered wilh I'uht and Ornuineiilitl Trees, ShlutilM'ly, Oliipe Vines, &.C., nnd ia one of the Ulohl ilesiinl.lr. l.uildim- Inln in Cauiln iilat-iimt. Alio, nn the .nine day, inline.li itely utter the ntiove, v l.n id 1..uul un ll.uiu hlieel,cuntiiiiniig 11,250 KSatr. feel, pleas.iiitlv luciileil lalivern ll.irvurd street nml 111 i.ii.livay.being Inl Nn. M, un ll plan uf ll.iuse Lot., innilr liv A. Wn.lsiv'.irlh, nml v pint ol Chief Justice Dan*. Estate 'I'ille uuiliiiililed. Terms made known ut the time und place nf hide. WM. lITTTiTT. lit. ilafiasa. Camb...

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POET'S CORNER. A MOTHER'S GRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 1 July 1847

POET'S CORNER. A MOTHER'S GRIEF. To mark the WMllng- ol lhe babe Thut cannot apeuk it* woe. To ace the Infant** tear* gush forth, Yet know nol why they (low; To meet the meek, uplifted eye. That fain would nak relief, That eye that's full of agony— Thi* i* a mother** grief. Throujh dreary eluy* and darker night*, To trace the march of deuih. To hear the faint and frequent *igh. The quick und ahorlene d breath; To watch lhe laal dead *trifu draw near, And prey thai struggle brief; To make her otvu, each dying pang—Thia i* a mother* grief. To ace in so few month* decayed. The hope of future year*; To feel how vain n father* prayers, How vain a mother's lean-; To think the cold grave now must close O'er what wia once the chief Of all her treustued joy* on carth — This is a mother.-, grief. Yet, when llie fat wild Arab is past, Of unguUli nml despair, To lilt the eye of faith lo heaven, And lliink toy child is llicre — This hesi can dry llie gushing tear, Thi* yiehlß tins heart relief, ...

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MIDNIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 1 July 1847

MIDNIGHT. When moonlight o'er the moonless skies Her pull of transient death hath spread; When mortals sleep, when spectres rise. And naught is wakeful but the dead. No bloodless shade my way piusucß, No sheeted ghost my couch annoys, Vi*ion* nmre and my fancy views— Visions of lung departed joy*. The shade of youthful hope is there, That, lingered long, and latest died, Ambition all dissolved to air, With phantom Imnyrs at her aide. What empty shadow* glimmer nigh ! They once were Friendship, Truth ami lote; — O, die to thought, to memory flic, Since lifeless lo my hearl te prove.

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MISCELLANY. PRACTICAL HINTS-For Any Body. The Prompting of Conscience. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 1 July 1847

MISCELLANY. PRACTICAL HINTS-For Any Body. The Prompting of Conscience. In conversation, never attempt to occupy the attention of a company fur a lung lime; for unless your talk be very brilliant, it tnusl become tiresome. Don't attempt lo be too fine in speaking. I'se good honeal English—and common words for common filing*. If you spesak of breeches, shirts or petticoats, call them by their right names. The vulgarity is avoiding them. lie very careful in speaking of subjects upon which you nre not acquainted. Much is to be learned by confessing ynur ignorance—nothing can bp hy pretending to knowledge which you do not pose ess. Mim! your own business. Who has not follies enough to answer for, without prying into his neighbors' v flairs? Mind your own concerns nnd look into your own heart, mid if you do not have crimes and follies enough to answer for, here's our head for a foot bull. Perform fearlessly what you believe to be right, always extending to those who honestly difl'er with ...

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USEFUL RECEIPTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 1 July 1847

USEFUL RECEIPTS. MrnniKo China.—The following cement ha* MM rect.inmende'd for mending china:—Take apiece ol flint glim*, lient it to line powder, ami grind it exirruicly fine on a painter 1 * Monr with the white of an e-!"ir, anil it joins ftaea tvithoiil livetinir, .<> lhat nn art can break it in llie oaOM place.'' This may be done in a mortar, if the parly ha* not a sun,tide Rlonc. How to make Pane ak bi or II if I.— Put ihrce ppooticfiill of lhe floor of rice, with a [ratad nutinej*, into a pint of milk aud a pint of e ream, and let them boil till ihry heroine aa thick aa pap; nil i [aa in, while hotting- half a pound of batter, loan pour it into nn earthen pan, and it hen cold put in three ni four npoon*»full more of rice flour, a lillle tall, aome -mgar, and nine fap o*l II l-eatent Mix all together and by ihem, wilh a very litlle boiler, iv a nmall pan. Theac are a very delicate pancake. CtmK ron a Ti;nnint.r. DlioßDia or thk Moi.tii, com mon i,v 0 A LLK...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 1 July 1847

yUI Joseph Bttdli;y, .*Mtf ISDruggUt and Apothecary, 3 nUM HIaOCK, Corner of Main ey Austin Sts., Cambridgeport. Where inuy be found an uasortuieul of l>io-{s, Medicinea, I'ulent Medicitieb, Fancy Article*, I'et'luuirry, &c TURK BODA WATER, with Fancy Syrup*. I'hyaieian** l k re*cripttou* |-er*omilly intended to. Mc-elieiueu delivered ul any hour ol the night. Also — Manufacturer un.l d-nlrr iv I'arli idtfe's Ort-i-iual Leather I'lesei vutive, Vegetablu Eitliact, Oil PMPi Liquid Ink, Ink J'ovvdeis, fee, &c. in 27 lIOHACE A. HANCOCK, Cabinet and Chair Maker, Opposite the Post Office, Cambridgeport. Furniture of nil kind* Repaired, Vat ni-died nnd l'oli*hed, in the neatest iimnucr. Alw-lONIC CAril'ALiS, of nil aixt*. for Curpcutt in' use, for .Male- nml cut to order. in 27 3m* WILLIAM HU.MtIiWKLLni.etI.KH IN W. I. Goods «V Family Groceriea. In iv bi -ltl«c Street- K»si ('antbridae. Ai.an—-All kinda of School Hook* used in Word 3. (ti>- t.o...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 1 July 1847

OLD LINE. /■lilt: C«mtirtd(c,Cttiiil»rlit*fiJOit mul Boston Oinnlhnse* 1 Mini from CttiiihriiUc hi every tioiit and tuill pusl every hum, Oi.iu milt PSSta o'clock, A.M. lo iiull pd S |7 oVli ck. V M tout Iran Heinle meet, Huston, every door and hiilf-pant every hour.mun luill-pusl 'o'clock, A. M. to liutlimsltio'cluik.l'. M. AlsoauOuiuibuainai 9 and mil at 10 o'clock. _ Parol* lrooiOUOBJDbrMiero6Mtou.lt ckftifto oitiu >t •' " wtlltflc lillf IS ■i •■ " imiy rleftati tor. 100 FromOaoabrkhjapartlo BoaioOiteniifkfia too <• . ,r " aliijlelare m A. WII.IAUI). M. Hll.l.H. Cuiubrulae, June Hi. 1816. " it¥w"Tinb. THE <' A M lilt I l»f i E, CAM (I It 11M: KIM HIT, AND BOSTON (IMMIUS, will kh.ii from t-anil.riilxe , he-lore ami { I'ii-t every hour, Ironi , I..lore 7 o'clock, A. H.i lo J I ctore 7 o'clock. I' M., >oul I'rimi [>j ltr.illie »Licct,Hoaicu, ) netnremid t past <>rn liour Ironi { InOf* 8. A. M. in 1 liclure ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 1 July 1847

HAY-MAHINO TOOX.B. QAfl """"' ll ' v " 1 "". «»y Hiikes.tH,,, nailer,, eIUII .1tK1i1,,,.-,, Iliinil lli.y ILikes, i,|| ~,;'"' i l ,!! I .'» ;;•;""•:» -"'I' 1 -:'. •■*■ »»■ .'..«,:,?,;... Jifo .li.am llol.y & Smvycr'a su.ii-rior wunaniej t' ÜB . Meet iSeytliea. 100 dssM Herman I Steel do. Alao Scythe. f, um „,|„. r |...|iulnr iiiiiiiiil.ietiiii.rs. I.iiiiisoii'e, Stciiru.'a Aiken', and Common Seville • Vilnius. a Hopkins's fuel Steel 1!,.y Folk,, Pal'triili™'. do. kinn s ilu. ( .unci's German Steel (c|,cni,) i1,,. Cinnuiiuetiiu'b 'lujiwliaiig SevilleSlouca,lndian i'oiui Aiisliu's, llnrliv'a unit Cuinmixi Seville Hiflea. (iiiiss or I'.irn Nooks, l.nvvli Scylhoa, llusli Seniles Willi llcnvy SillltllH, Sickles, Folk Handles, __'~. All llie tiltovi! i,.,,,,,-,I urlirlt.e lire olfen-d nt wlu,|,.. 51.1.l or relllil, fur ciuh, at rrry tnu prices. Ivy I'AltKKll & WHITS, nl llli-ir A K iii'iilllnnl Wi.ieliniise too Seeil Store, No. 10 (it-rrisli lllock, ltl.ii-ksli.ni-...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 8 July 1847

Cambridge Chronicle. VOLUME II. CAMBRIDGE, THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1847. NUMBER 10. The Cambridge Chronicle IS PUBLISHED ON THURSDAY MORNING, BY JOHN FORD, At the corner of Main and Magazine Streets, over the store of Joseph A. Holmes & Co. Cambridgeport. TERMS—Two Dollars per annum, in advance. Single copies, four cents. Advertisements inserted on very favorable terms. MR. GEORGE RUPP, is the authorized agent for East Cambridge, and will see to the delivery of the papers in that Ward; and will also transact any business relative to the Chronicle. Any person in that section of the city wishing to subscribe or advertise, will please call on him. Subscriptions received in Ward I, at T. J. White's Shoe Store, No. 2, Harvard Row. BOOK AND JOB PRINTING, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, Executed in a neat and correct manner, At short notice, and at reasonable prices. The Cambridge Chronicle. CAMBRIDGEPORT. THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 8, 1847.

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POPULAR SELECTIONS. Prince Schwarzenberg's Ball. MAGNIFICENCE AND MISERY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 8 July 1847

POPULAR SELECTIONS. Prince Schwarzenberg's Ball. MAGNIFICENCE AND MISERY. From Bkt-.le.iia nt fl mum l-ife nnii 008*01 from Un; War of I.ilicrnlicii in (.trmitny. Tho ambassador of Austria lived in the Hotel de Mnntesstin, a large hoiii*e, with a court on one side and a garden on thu olher, In the Hue de Mont lii,me. Bul this space wus not reckoned sutli ient for thn extraordinary entertainment to he given, ami \\\e neighboring hotel wns expressly hired for ihe occasion. The necessary communications were made antl the rooms duty arranged for iheir several purpose*. An immense room had been thrown out into the garden utij -ining the reeepti-*ii rooms, the whole built of planks, hy artists who had constructed similar work.s for former entcrtainmeuls. The roof and tho sides were covered, outside, wilh cere-cloth, nnd lined wilh tapestry. Mirrors, eaudelubras, and colored lamps, ornamented the walls. The pillars which separated the centre from a species of gallery which ran round tho ro...

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CHOOSING A WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 8 July 1847

CHOOSING A WIFE. By A LADY. I had a cousin, a clever, charming girl. Phe could dance gracefully, nml play divinely ; she was n most delightful companion, heinjj both sensible and witty; anil she could also perform any sort of household work. The latter she was compelled to do, for there was a large family of ihem. My aunt being unable to afford to keep more than one servant, nnd my cousin I'.llen being the eldest, a good deal of labor fell to her share. This she did not much mind, hut nlways performed il cheerfully and well, only taking care that it should not be known among ber acquaintance; fearing if it were, she shou'd lose the respect nnd consideration her superior address and accomplishments every where ensured her, and nn ahe was al nil times seendressI ed like a Inrlv, nnd never nt any occupation more | useful than knitting, knotting, or worsted work, no : one suspected her nf being nble to do what she : really did. I cannot say the wns without lovers, ; for she was universa...

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ALWAYS DYING. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 8 July 1847

ALWAYS DYING. Have you not seen such persons ? In the sweetest and sunniest days they heave a sigh, look as gloomy as the grave, and remark, "I shall not continue long!" We have known such characters to use similar language for at least a quarter of a cenury, and they appear no nearer their end now, than we first heard their lugubrious repinings. It is a little singular that they have not worried themselves to death. Certainly they must have had excellent constitutions or they would have been worn out long ago. We hold it a religious duty for every man, woman and child, to possess and cultivate happy spirits, cheerful dispositions and contented hearts. Kindness and love should breathe in every word, and sunshine should linger forever on the cheek.— To a reflecting mind—to one who sees and feels a God within and around him—there is everything to make him happy. The glorious sunrise and the gilded sunset—the fleecy cloud and the cerulean heaven—the breathing flower and the floating le...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 8 July 1847

Camuhiduk Fibk Dkpahimknt.—By an order which passed lint City tiovernnient two weeks since, appropriating money for the Ftie Department, ihe Chief F.ngineer is authorized to organize four Fugine Comp mies and one Hook and Ladder Company; one Fnginu Company to hu in Ward one, two in Ward two, and one in Ward three. The number of men for each Kugihe Cotnpuny to bo not less than thirty five, and not more than forty; and for thu Hook and Ladder Company not less than seventeen not more than twenty men. The compensation allowed to each member is fttB p -r annu.n and such furiln.-r sum is alloyved each Fnginu Company as when added to the amount paid lo the several members shall make a total of ■n-700; and for thu Hook and Ladder Company Ji3;>i), —This to bu in full for fuel, oil, Steward's feos Sic. &c;—making tho total appro) nation for tho Department for the present year £3130. There aro many persons who are fond Oil relating im idenls and anecdotes which occurred ...

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For the Chronicle. WE MUST HAVE A RAILROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 8 July 1847

For the Chronicle. WE MUST HAVE A RAILROAD. Mh. Em ron,—-Hv a Communication in your last papers, I am ghid to see thai some inlere*t is fell in regard to hating Cambridge eonnevud by a Urauch wilh the different Railroads lb.it come into Boaton I hope there yvdl be a meeting called al once of those interested, and means taken to have a survey made, a:id plans drawn, ready for obtaining n charter at ihe filling of the next Legislature. It is of great importance lo this city to have nM \%mski built. 1 ihmk tl w ill be the inwn» of iuereaeiug ihe business hire. A track can lw Said from said Utanch, at a trilling expense, or to any of the wharves now built, or lhal may hereafter be ' built, and to any manufacturing esiablmhmeni*There is to be a largo increase of buisnc** in ihe cilv of Ilosloo and vicinity; and it is for tbe tulervsl of Cambridge lo hive such facilities as will gam hei proportion of the incu*. ; e. I cannot give you in more giowing color* ihe certain growth of the cily o...

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BOSTON CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 8 July 1847

BOSTON CORRESPONDENCE. Kirifdion of the Pro-ideal — Parade of Firemen — A'atviiial Celebration — Floral Procession — l)inner at F'anuetl Hall — The Fireworks. i In Tuesd.i v of last week the cily authorities nf lio-lon received the Piesideui of ihe Ciiiled St iles. I.arly in the forenoon of lhat day, (be sound of the spirit slirring drum mid the sbitll noles of ihe fife, told thut there whn something in tho wind. Tbe Presidon: was received by the Lancers ami I regiment of soldiers, and was escorted by , ihe cily olliicers, tho fire companies nnd one or two societies, Ihrongli sniin. nflhe principal streets of thu city. The display as llie proces*iou passed through Tremont mill was grand. Lined as this mall was by ihe children of the public schools and ihe lire men—we think thai tbe Piesident in . his travels has not witnessed a sight more plcn*ongy inleresling lhan wns ihii, Tin* day noloeled for tbe pageant was rut her iinfor luiia'e. The clouds which hung m llm horizon, gathering ...

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[Reported for the Cambridge Chronicle.] COMMON COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 8 July 1847

[Reported for the Cambridge Chronicle.] COMMON COUNCIL. Cowmjb Col*.si ir, Jtd\ 6. TV me* •atsT.ts uf A. K.lw.m.'s, R. Liulifield, Jr., tftiihinim Svftal, aad Omilw Join's were relVnt.l in aaKvAminrr. I TW «**f««l •/ C-oomtiife to pr-vnre Timepieces Cvtk KsSMof ifce City Council was accepted, and i_ acroafainving bill referred lv the Committee on accounts ami M-nl Up. The report uf Committee nn public, properly on the purchase of land fur School House in Ward 2 wad accepted. The report of Committee on llie erection of the same wan accepted, ami it was Ordered, That the plan adopted by the Cily CmM cil f-.r the School House in Ward 3 be also adopted bl the School House in Want 2, wilh such alterations ' t'lllv as tnav lie necessary |fl adapt (he kilter to the lot on which it is lo slnnd. Sent up. Ordered, TW.it the Joint Standing Colinniltee on public pni|M*rlv bl anlhoiized and directed lo cause lo Ik*, erected without unnecessary delay, (wo brick School Ituuses, one in Ward 2 and o...

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