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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 20 August 1857

t i Ull 1 1 r1 rtfTBT 'firff J. Caskcj, Editor and Proprietor. Office Washington Street, Third Door South of Jackson. Terms: One Dollar and Fifty Cents in Adranee. VOL. 1. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1857. . . NO. 52. Poetry. For the Republican. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. BY SYBIL M. ROBINSON. Alu! what a meddlesome world is this, ." ' How few to their own &irs attend, : Tber meddle tbetnselTes with what thej should not, And slandor those whom thej call 'friend, - Thej watch every footstep, thej hear every word; (And I hope tbxt thej some daj may rue it,) But 'tis true' that thej tell every word that thej hear - And always add something more to it. Alas! for the days that have long since passed br When friendship was known and existed; Then, should sorrow and trouble jour footsteps pursue, r Some sympathy sure you entttlrd: . But bow, let the canker gnaw deep in jour heart, 7- - And your bosom be wrung nith true sorrow, Then those whom you hoped would sta...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 20 August 1857

ege Keptwitcmt. T. CASKEY, - - - - Editor. THURSDAY,::::::::::: AUG. 20, 1857. - Circulation I the Republican, One-Udrd larger than any other paper in the eoxnty. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. - The following shows the time of departures ana arrivals on the C. Z. A C. R. R. at Millers- and Cleveland: Ruxxnro North. The Expreu leaves Mil- lersbunr at 6.13 A. -M., and arrives ai Cleveland at 10.43. ... The Accommodation leaves Millersburg at S.15 P. M., and arrives at Cleveland at D.40 RrXHTHG SorrH. Aoeommodation leaves Cleve . land at 6.00 A. and arrives at Millersburg ail--"- Exprem leaves Cleveland at 4.40 P. M., and arrives at jnuieiBDurg at S.4& tThe Exprett train running North con nects at Orrvilfe with the East and West trains or the P. ft. W. 4 C. R. R. Republican State Ticket. For Governor, Salmon P. Chase. For Lieut Governor, martin Welkcr. For Judge of Supreme Court, ITfil (on SutlilT. For Treasurer, Alfred P. Stone. For Secretary of State, Addison P. Russell. " For Board of P...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 20 August 1857

The Crops of the West in 1857. The Cincinnati Gazette has the follow ine estimates of the ctod of 1857, compar ed with the production of 1849, in th" "ine great grain-growing States of the West. - ma vazette says the esuni -on sound data in relation to increase of population and ratios of prooucnon, ami on the assumption that the crop of this year will bo a full average. Of course, providential circumstances may mar this flattering prospect, Wheat. TjalimsJ Crop of 1849. " Crop cfl 857. Ohio..... 14,500,000 20,000,000 jadiana 6,200,000 10,000,000 Illinois 9,500,000 15.000,000 Kentucky 2,300,000 500,000 Tennessee 1,650,000 3,000,000 Michigan 3.000.000 6,000,000 Wisconsin 4,200.000 . 5,000,000 Missouri 3,000,000 5,000,500 Iowa...; 1,500,000 3,000,009 Aggregate 47,550,000 73,000,090 This shows an advance of 55 per cent, on the production of 1849. . The increase of population is about 35 per cent, so we have allowed a large margin for more fa vorable crops. Looking to the consump tion o...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 20 August 1857

Laws of Ohio. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. AN ACT. Making aproprialioiis for tLe Public Vtrks for . ,, 1857.- . - . Section 1. Be it enacted by ihc General As sembly of the State of Ohio, That there is here by appropriated out of any monevs in the treas ury cerived from the Public W'orks, and not otherwise appropriated, for construction, repairs superintendence and expenses on the Public Works of Ohio, exclusive of seel ioa number three, as defined by the contract relative thereto of date November 13th, 1855, for. the year one thousand eight hundred and fifty-seven, lha fol 'lowing sums,. to wit: ...... For constructing and repairs,' the sura of two hundred' and forty thousand dollars, to bo ex pended by the Board of Public Works, .which is hereby authorized and directed to proceed immediately to put all the canals-of (he State,' other than said section number three, in good navigable condition, mid the other Public W orks of the Slate in eondiiiunf for use,- - . For superintendence, att...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 27 August 1857

fff? K 1$ itii hit rA4y J. Caskej, Editor and Proprietor. Office-Washington Street, Third Door South of Jackson. Terms:-One Dollar and Fifly Cents in Himtt, VOL. 2. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1857. NQ.1. Report of the Defalcation Matter. JOHN G. BRESLIN PROVED TO BE GUILTY OF THE Entire Embezzlemet. We set everything else ods side to-day in order to give our readers the full report . of tie Auditor and Commissioner upon the . deficit in the State Treasury, copies of , Which we have received in advance of tbe .toaoersbv the politeness of the editor of .the "State JoumaL" We have no room for comments. Let everybody read for . themselves. To Hit Excellency, S. P. Chase, Govem , or of Ohio: In pursuance of the act "prescribing the duties of the Auditor and Treasurer of State, relative to the receipt, safe keeping and disbursement of public moneys, and accounting thereof," and the act supleinen tary thereto passed March 30, 1857, the undersigned have made the ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 27 August 1857

gross and several sums of money paid me by Jno. G Breslin. Esq., late Treasurer on account of balance due from him : Jan. 14, 1856 $223,691 02- . - 15, .! - -. " 24,703 92 . ' - 16; - 75300 S5' - , 59,977 08 $383,672 27 reD. ;: saMi K - 'depreciated 1,520 00 9. 50.737 62 12v f 16,.? f .... 6. .. 3,616 15 , 6,278 46 35,634 57 174,917 20 151,379 18 . 90,498 33 361,930 95 Mat 3, ; 5. .... " Total amount .... - $836,101 57 This includes all that I have received from the late Treasurer to Ibis date. - There is yet outstanding $30,000 of his certificates, held by the Ireasurer of Ham ilton county. , . In the gross receipts, I have included the redemption fund of the canal Bank of Cleveland. j W. H. GIBSON. Treasurer. . Ia a statement of the condition of the Treasury submitted by m'm to the Joint vommiuee on ine i4tn ixxx. last, tiie bal ance due from Mr. Breslin, exclusive of the suspended debt of $204,636 65 is said to be $6,39.9 92, woich it was undrstood Mr. Gibson was willing to assum...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 27 August 1857

The Atlantic Telegraph. OlaNeptune just now is eeriencing tww sensation throughout his realm, i"" English and American stennipliips are Jrop- prog a magnetic wire into the neari oi u domain, and .the pulsation that now mo mcntlw tlK. o. ,h Irish Coast will ere Tiain.th electrify the American nt;r.ni fW&n steamers will then be- chea in the transmission of news, and will ha as effectually run off as measengBrs ol intelligence as were me packet snip by the steamers a few years LZZ The steam ferries, between the Old and New World will continue to carry freight and passengers and the latter will hasten ashore at each arrival to learn what has transpired in the world left behind as well -as the one arrived at. Papers will be sna'ched up, and old files tumbled over, to eee what Las daily transpired at home while ionrncTing from it. In Finance and Commerce the rcvolu tipn will be equally complete. . Pauses in .trade waiting for prices to become fixed will be done away with.- A few click...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 27 August 1857

Miscellaneous. An Illinois Farm. Wiat will those persons who have been accustomed to consider five hundred acres a large Farm, think of the following f The editor of the "Spirit of the Agricultu ral Prest" hag recently been on a visit to tne lann OIM.U. Sum van t, .esq., in me south eastern part of Champaign county Illi nois. The Cum contains over twenty thou sand acres, and although only about seven thousand acres are yet under cultivation, employs over one -hundred menl Three thousand acres are planted in corn, and the editor estimates that the farm will produce at least 15,000 bushels of wheat this year, besides large quantities of barley, oats, flax, Ac." Mr. Sullivant employs five different reapers this season, and threshes immedi ately after cutting, employing a steam en gine as his power in the latter operation. A blacksmith's shop is located on the farm, and employed continually in repairing farm implements; a school is kept up for the education of the children of the workme...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 3 September 1857

J. Caskey, Editor and Proprietor. Office-Washington Street, Third Door South of Jackson. Termer-One Dollar and Fifty Cents in Advance. MILLEKSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1857. M).2. VOL. 2. Poetry. THE WATCHER. . Mutbcrt watch the litte feet, r- ; - " Climbing o'ertbe gardes wall, -. Bounding through the buey trat, . . . Ranging cellar, shed and hgXli ; Kcvei cotml the moment lost, ' : ' Nevermind the time it cost, ---JJittlefcet 'waigoaBtray, ' ' : vs .-. Guide them, mother, while you may. . ' .vilotherlwstoh the littlehaud, . ricking berries ly tlie way, Wakiag hc4isea in Uic tan'I. . , , , ; Tossing up the tagraal nay, . Never dare the question ask, "Whytomethishcavyta.sk? Tliose same little handB may prove ' ' Messengers of light and love. " s - Mother! watch the little tongt:e; , . ''- PraUliiigekxiaeBtand wild; .. . ' -V "What is said and whatissung; -" : By the hnppy, joyous child; ' " -Catch the word while yet unspoken; -" Stop the vow while unbroken; '...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 3 September 1857

J. C1SKEY, . - - - - Editor. THURSDAY,::::::::::: SEPT. 3, 1857. Circulation of the Republican One-tur&arptr Aeneny other paper i the eomty. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. ; ;Tt Wimg ehows the time of departures and arrival onSie C.Z.4 C.H.E. at Millero- 1 m i.nJ. RoimntG North The .Erprew leave Mil lerebnrg at 6.12 A. If., and arrives at Cleveland at 10.43. i -. v . The Aavmmodaiio leaves Milk-reburg t2.15 P. M., and arrive at Cleveland al 9,40. RvmaxG Socth Accommodation leaves Cleve lafid at 6.00 A. and arrives at MUlereburg WLlX.ll. Exprtu leaves Cleveland at 4.40 P. M., sad arrives at JUiiiersbore at B.4i. "tThe Exprett train ronnin? North cmj- .aeete at Orrville with the East and West trains on the r. Ft. W. and C. E. R. Republican State Ticket. 4 For Governor, Salmon P. Chase. ' .. For Lient. Governor, Martin Welter. " For Judge of the Supreme Court, . Ittillon Sullifl: For Treasurer, Alfred P. Stone. . - For Secretary of State. Addison P. Russell. " V v For Board of Public AVorks...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 3 September 1857

Two Men Killed by a Bear at West Troy. TROY, Aug. 28. 1857. Two horrible occurences the coarse of last nigU est Troy, either one of which is sufficiently tragical. It seems that Mr. Robert Morrison, pro prietor of I he Skiff Ferry, between this city and West Troy, kept near the landing at the latter place, two tame bears chained to a gtake. Last evening, about 9 o clock, a balf-breed Indian named James N. liar xejj wishing to Cross the ferry, went up near to where the animals were chained. He unconciously went to sleep under a boat which was lying there, being, it is suppos ed, somewhat intoxicated. He rushed oat ofthe boat in a few minutes, screaming with one of the bears hanging on him, clawing and biting his face. A boat full of passengers just coming in, they rushed to his rescue, and with clubs beat off the bear. . He was found to be most horribly mangled, and was this morning removed to the Albany Hospital, where he has since died. The bear was left almost unnoticed. About 3 o...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 3 September 1857

Laws of Ohio. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. AN ACT. To amend the eighty second section of the act entitled "An act to provide for the creatiou and regulation of Incorporated Corapanu in the State or Ohio," paired War Section 1. Be it enacted by the General As sembly of the State of Ohio, That the eighty second section of the above recited act be so amended as to read as follows: Section a All thcera and a majority f the directors of any incorporated companies organised under the, provisions of this act, other than manufactimng companies, shall be residents of this State; and whaoewr any company, association or society,, heretofore or hereafter incorporated, shall have tailed to elect its officers at the time -designated, it shall be lawful for such company, association or society to call a meeting and elect its officers, who shall hold their respective offices until the time specified for . the annual, -or other fixed time for holding such election; and whenever any incorporated company h...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 10 September 1857

Jf! 'nff 1rW J. Caskej Editor and Proprietor. Office Washington Street, Third Door Soath of Jackson. Terms:-0ne Dollar and Fifty Cents In idruee. MILLERSBUEG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1857. TOL. 2. NO.3. J III A W IK ill 111 II IM Poetry. From the Boston Olive Branch. "GO IT." You're a sinner, sir, ' And you know it; - But ao Butter, friend, : :-Goit." ' Only by mad by Ton may chance to die And yon know it. Ton defraud asd cheat. And yon know it; Mix the ahaff with wheal "Go it." Only there's a place. When yon run your race. Shame will Teil yonr bee, Dare yon show it? Yon have wronged the poor, ... And yon know it; Made their sorrows sure "Go it." ' Yonder writikled crone. Shall before the throne, AH your sins make known; How yon sent her cold. Shivering and old. From the crazy wall. Ready to its fall; In the snow storm sent, . . When for lack of rent, , Tears the garp and groan Yon yon for bread a stone. " You're a sinner, sir. And yon know it; But no matter, fr...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 10 September 1857

J. C7 JK.EY, .... Editor. THUl5AY,:::::;u::SEET. 10, 1857. Cirealalioa f the He-mWietui. Oim lUrdlargtrtkanattg cOtcrpaperin the axaUf. TRAVELERS DIRECTORY. lWUowing shows andanrvalson5eC.Z.C.Il.R. atfcillere- burg and Cleveland; ' iU;!no!ro-l'o-H.--The Expna Wes IU lerabon mt 6.12 A. M., ud arrives at Cleveland at 10.43. Th AeeommodatioH leaves Millerebnrg at 2.15 P. M., and arrives at Cleveland at 9,40. - Rvmirc Sooth Aocomrnodatio leaves Cleve land affi.OO A. M., aad arrives at Millerebnrg at 12.17. Exprm leaves Cleveland at 4.40 P. M., and arrives at Millerebnrg at 8.48. JThe Expfttt train rnnninfr North eon aeets at Onnlle with the East and West trains on the P. Ft. W. and C. R. R. TRAVELERS DIRECTORY. Republican State Ticket. ,..-..; . For Governor, Salmon P. Chase. - For Lieut. Governor, martin Weaker.. For Judge of the Supreme Court, Milton SntliiT. For Treasurer. - ' ' Alfred P. Stone. For Secretary of State.. Addison, P. Russell. For Board of Public Works.' - Jacob Blicken...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 10 September 1857

Steamer Arage Arrival. NEW YORK, Sept. 7th. . lite Stwmshib Arago, from Southamp ton th 66th, armed t an early hoar this Morning. The main features oi ner iwws baite been published Tia St Johns, IS. F. alao- la norehases of wood in the South T Rrmo fnr ship building;. The nomination of Gen. Lerkinti as Cap tain General of Cuba, was expected in the Gazfiie towards Vans middle of September. . The Holstein Diet has appointed a com mittee to report on the new Constitution altmitted by the Danish Government. ' ' The Porte has announced a willingness to resume negotiations on the basis of the arrangements made at Osborne. The Sul tan also consenting to new terms in Mol diria. ' - ' A telegraphic dispatch from St Peters burg says that the Chinese have not allow ed Admiral Paninton and his mission to enter by Eiaktba, and that he will in con sequence descend the Amoor and present himself at Shanghae. 'The Liverpool Cotton Market was ac tive. Sales for three days 42,000 bales, of which specu...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 10 September 1857

Things Wise and Otherwise. A "festB man nndertook the task of tessni n ezcentric preacher: "Do you believe," said he, in the story of the "Fatted Calf P . "Tes" said the preacher. "Well, then, was it a male or female calf that was killed P "A female," replied the divine. "How do you know thatP ',Because, (looking the interogater in the face) I see that the male is still alive." To the rev-flings of a native American, a German replied thus: . - The gentleman taunts me with not hav ing been in the country as long as he has. Let me tell the gentleman that my only excuse is that I am an American from choice, while he is one by necessity. If there is any difference between us, it is that I came into the country with my trowsera on, while the gentleman came into- it naked" v ' "Is molasses good for a cough P inquir ed Jones, who had taken a slight cold and was barking with considerable energy. "It ought to be," said Brown, "it is much told for consumption? - Widow Grizzle's husband lately...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 17 September 1857

J. CaskejV Editor and Proprietor. Office Washington Street, Third Boor South of Jackson. Tenns:-0ne Dollar and Fifty Cents in Adyancf , .4 n't :J.' i-.: VOL.2. Z U :C-;MILLERSBTJRG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1857. NO. 4. Poetry. Poetry. A PEEP AT HOME. Poetry. A PEEP AT HOME. BY ANNA M. PELTON. w it arcr lowly, there' no place lib ,3. Pnt tie kettle on the (tore, Kate, , r-la .Seat the water for the tea. . -v .. . i Let 11a hare all things in order, , . '";' Ortfer ahould oar motto be.". . ; - Thos the mother said, aud ami Ring, . .;. i fiocked tfcebaby toand fro, -. .Treated a kia upon ita brehead, .. :iri. Stroked the little locks of tow, . - Katie pot the kettle over. Swept the nicely painted floor, '. Made the chairs look m writing, - 0 Hung the broom behind the door. ' 1 " Drew the table to the center. 1 1'!. -.Whilst lines en it spread, V With her own, her little fingen,' - ' "'.Neatly sliced the snowy bread.' -- ;:-,!:, o; - ; .. - .;.-: - - .- , . - Father...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 17 September 1857

J. CASKEY, - -; - - Editor. THUSDAY,:::::':::::SEPT. 17, 1857. Clrenlation of the Repuklicn, One-third larger 0a ay other paper in the eovxiy- - tThe foUoiriBg persoasare authorized A renUsfor the RcpvbliM. . J. H. Kikhid. Nashville. J.H.SiKWCrhinptoB. J k W. HnTOflmw. HolmeaviUc, Wk. Gormua. Fredenfidsburg, ' E. Haix. Berlia, S. nosAix, and L. Edwaib, Bloomfiela. "J I TRAVELERS DIRECTORY. The following shows the time of departure ad arrivals on the C. Z. C. B. R. at Millers bnrg sad Cleveland: : . Kumoao Norm. The Exprai leaves Mil lersborg at 6.12 A. M, and arrives at Cleveland at 10.43. ' The Aenmmodaium leaves Millersbnrg at 2.15 P. IL, aad arrive at Cleveland at 9,40. - Rumroio Sckjth Aooommodution leave Cleve- kad at 6.00 A. aad arrives at Millersburg at 12.17. - Exprat leaves' Cleveland at 4.40 P. M-, aad arrives at Millersbnrg at 8.48. gThe Expreu train running North con nects at Ormlle with the East aad West trains on the P. Ft. W. and C. R. E. TRAVELERS DIRECTORY. Republic...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 17 September 1857

Trouble in Camp. T We rtated yesterday that we had rewir ed m pftpef, aameroody signed by foreign era of tiis city, in which they declare their firm deteftolnaUoiI not to vote At the en uin? election s w were MqMied to publish it here it is: . . . "We, the undesigned, nftlurallied ciu waa of the ty of Clerehin id, have here tofore cheerfully supported the Democratic ticket, from the fact that we were innocent k0ugh to suppose the party was liberal in itTrwfn, and opposed to Know Nothing-jjjj,- but, from recent developmenU, we are satisfied the party only, wishes to use us merely as "hewers of wood," and "draw ers of water,' treating us kindly before elec tion, and kicking us afterwards. We, therefore, pledge ourselves to abstain from voting at the coming election for the fol lowing reasons : 1 '1st. A majority of the officers hold ing office under -our Democratic President, are Know Nothings. ' 2d. Several individuals on bur State ticket belong to flie order; 'We have heretofore, by...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 17 September 1857

Clippings. Daring t May annneisanes-' hi New York, the followiiig dialouze was overheard between two of the nejws dots : - "I tap, Jimmy, what is the meaning of so many- pi etchers bemg here altogether I 'Why,"-answered Jim, "they always meets here once a year to exchange ser mons with each other." ' LsVamoub Tbkatmknt. Cases of Bru tal treatmeat of wives by their husbands, are becoming more and more, common dai ly. The last and most shocking one chron icled In the papers is that of a man named Marten, who married a woman by the name of Martin, and in that way knocked an eye out on the very day of their marriage. The cotton factories at Newmartet hare suspended operations on account of the pres sure on tbe trade. 1 he tireat t alls Adverti ser ssvs that two of the cotton mills at that place hare suspended operations for two months. The Souhegan Manufactur ing Co, at MDford, have stopped one-sixth 01 ineir looms. . : - Illinois, this season, " will produce two hundred ' and eighty mi...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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