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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 22 February 1828

' ¿FREIGHT AND PASSAGE. Tons jsSSL feoR LIVERPOOL*; JÖIRECT^The wEJSr- JO ¿he; iFast-sailing Ship MEDWAY, wiii,Sail for., the above Port in ali.March, having; greater part, of her-cargoiready to take on board. Shippers of Wool or other Produce .are requested to send it to the Stores; of the undersigned, where it will be warehoused, free ofExpence. ; ;'. . . '. ..'.,..,-. ?., ? - ..jvr.^r^^JpHNjLoRffl, ¿WOW ar iia^ajje to, iSngiana. , """§&?. ITOR? HTJLL :AND LQNDON.^-The; fine *und, Captain; Äi^AftEs, ; will begin !to; take;in CárgoFórtflttRiana&OT^ 1st/March, and will 'Sail on or before Htfie^löth7 AprH^AtcoMiileiiíblfe part of hei1 Cargo being alreadyLen£á|;e,a¿ éarlVapplication will be déVi ïable>-Ahy: Adicta»1 intended ¿o be shipped by tfcis*1^^^^ to the¡ Shippers^ b^Àlèssrs: A. TübtasoN, and Co. of Lauricélston»-^FoY:íteightorLÍPássage apply to Messrs. A. THoiisoN & Co. on Captain A. WALES, at Launceston' ;! or toi the undersigned. k ' s ' ' ''vil'';i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 29 February 1828

The above Work, will contain, among           other subjects :-           Introduction ....................                                                                                         The BRITISH CONSTITUTION, written ex-         &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 29 February 1828

FREIGHT AND PASSAGE. ,dPtíí00t or Da00age to fSttglattiL ¿£&SÍ-'-ib'OR'' LIVERPOOL blRÉCT.-The ''jg£K". -v fine Fast-sailing Ship MEDWAY, will Sail for the above;Port in all March, hating greater part of her cargo ready to take on board. Shippers^of Wool ,or otherProduce are requested to senti it to the Stores of the undersigned, where itwill be warehoused free ofExpencc; ; ;;:-'~-r-:-;-;-îr - -/;;- ';?"";..'..,.. ... '?-'- --JoHy LORDi TOR HULL AND LONDON.-The fine .__,. fast-sailing Briç TRANMERE, 185 Töns,;pttptain .A.,.WALKS, will begin ; to take in Cargo for Hull, and London, at Launceston, by the . lit M'arcKVand will.sail W or before the; loth ;A*prH.-A considerable, part of her Cargo being already engaged, early application will be desi- rable.-Auy Articles intended to be shipped by this'Vessel, will be warehoused^ free of Expensé to the .Shippers, by Alessrs; A. THOMSON and Co. . of Launceston.-For.:Freight or Passage apply to Messrs.A; THOMSON & Co. or Capt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 7 March 1828

WINES AN» SPIRITS. ' MR. MASON has on SALE, at the back of the Bank of Van Diemen's Land, Macquarie street, the following . , .WINES. PER no z. .Champaigoe. 100s. Claret.45s; ...to.... 60s. ('?* Port.45s.to.... 60s.'- " t I, ".- Madera.;. 55s. ' '¡i. Marcella.'. ' 50s. ;T. ;;< :y Sherry :.40s.... .to.... 55s. ' ¿v ' ~y Lisbon - ;.,\. 35s. Teneriffe...............-.... 30s. Catalonia, per 110 Gal. £15 15s. SPIRITS. PER GAL. Brandy . 25s. . Hollands ................ 18s. Rum .:. 14«. t Whiskey.,. 12s. £f An allowance to the Trade. January ^ 182$.___ BRANDY, ALE, & PORTER. MR. MASON is now landing from the Greenock,' a few Hogsheads of superior Cognac Brandy : likewise, a umall quantity of Bottled Ale and Porter, which will be disposed of on reasonable Terms. Back of the Bank, Jan. 35, 1828._ STODART'S ; . WINE AND SPIRIT CELLARS, -ELIZABETH-STREET. , ON SALE, at the Cellars of,the Undersigned, the following well-selected Stock of Wines, Spirits, &c. :- - ' I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 7 March 1828

FREIGHT AND PASSAGE. freight or passage to England. FOR LIVERPOOL DIRECT.—The   fine Fast-sailing Ship MEDWAY,     will Sail for above Port in all March, having greater part of her cargo ready to take on board.— Shippers of Wool or other Produce are requested to send it to the Stores of the undersigned, where it will be warehoused free of Expense. JOHN LORD.   dFvtigbt or fte&*A0* to ISttglatto» TOR BUJL.L AND LONDON.^The fine ? last-sailing Brig TRANMERE, 185 -»yi»,^«p.tBin A. WALES, ,isiow taking ¡u Car £. at Launceston for Hall and london, and will «ail <od or before the 10th April.-A consider» able part of her Carao beipg already engaged, «arty' appticatipn will be desirable.-Any Ar ticjei intended to .be «hipped by this Vessel, -will he warehoused, free of Expense to the Ship- pers, 4»y Messrs. A.1 THOMSON and Co. of Laun «eston.-'Por Freight or Passage apply to Messrs.! A. THOMSON & Go. or Captain A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 14 March 1828

FREIGHT AND PASSAGE. rpHE first-class Brig HIND, will sail _____ .? for Glasgow in 14 Days.-For Pas- sage, apply to CROMBIE MACLAREN and Co. 4Ft*t0!)t or Ha**agi to ISnglanïï. JüBL^pR LIVERPOOL DIRECT.-The J_2__UW*- fine Fast-sailing Ship MEDWAY, will bail for the above Port m all March/having greater part of her cargo ready to take'on board. Shippers of Wool or other Produce are requested to send it to the Stores of the undersigned, iwhere it will be warehoused free of Expence. . - JOHN LoRb. ¿Fmflfit or üa*0A0e to l&ttgUno» -âtâL f|?OR HULL AND LONDON.-Th<? fine ¿SrW- x fast-sailing Brig TRANMERE, 185 Tons, Captain A. WAXES, is" now tailing in Car- go at "Launceston for Hull and London, and will bail on or before the 10th April.-A consider- able part of her Cargo being already engaged, early application will be desirable.-Any Ar- ticles intended to toe shipped by this Vessel, will.be warehoused, free or Expense to the Ship pers, by Messrs. A. THOMSON and Co. of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 14 March 1828

TO SBEEFHOLEERS. MESSRS. DONALDSON, WILKINSON, & Co. beg earnestly to press on the hol- ders of Sheep in New South Wales and Van Diemen'« Land, the importance of i their having the utmost attention exercised in washing their Flocks, and of their Fleeces being packed for the London Markets free of the coarser parts, and divested, as much* as may be possible, of all soil, impurity, and damaged locks ; assuring them, that attention to these points, will make a ma- terial difference in the proceeds of their Consignment^, not only by increasing the worth of Nthe quantity sent, butin lessening the charge of the worse than useless weight in freight. ' I). W. & Co. would also urge on all Flock-masters, the essential importance of improving the quality of their Fleeces, by judicious crossing, from Rams of the purest full blood obtainable, either Saxon or Me- rino, as may be most congenial to the si- tuation and character of their Sheep ; and by not less attention iii culling ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 21 March 1828

s TO SB12EPR0X.3MB11S, MESSRS.- DONALDSON, WiLkwïsoN, & Co. beg earnestly to press on the hol- ders of Sheep in New South Wales arid Van Die men's Land, (he importance of their having the utmost attention exercised in washing their Flocks, and of their Fleeces being packed for the London Markets free of the coarser parts, and divested, as much as may be possible, öfrall soil¿: impurity^ fand damaged locks ; assuring them, that attention to these points, will make a ma- terial-difference in the proceeds of their Consignments, not only by increasing the worth of the quantity sent, but in lessening the charge of the worse than useless weight in freight, r * D.W. & Co. would also urge on all Flock-masters, the essential importance of improving the quality of their Fleeces, by judicious crossing, from Rams of the purest full blood obtainable, either Saxon or Me- rino, as may be most congenial to the si- tuation and character of their Sheep; and by not less attention in cu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 21 March 1828

FRÉafoHT AUB PASSAGE. BÉBBIVIIII iir ^ÊES* ~P°& LIVERPOOL DIRECT.-The JB^EÉ X fi»« Fastaailing Ship MEDWAY, will Sail for the above Port in all March, hating greater part of her cargo ready to take on board. Shippers of Wool or other Produce are requested to send it to the Stores of the undersigned, where it will be warehoused free of Expënee. - _-_JOHN LORD. ¿Freight ot ftatftftgr to isngtato. *SU TTOR ÉÙLL AND LONDON.-The fine waMS. A fast-sailing Brig TRANMERE, 185 Touty Captain A. WALES, is now taking iii Car- go at Launceston for Hull and London, and will sail'on or before the 10th April.-A consider» able part of her Cargo being already engaged, early application will be desirable.-Any Ar- ticles intended to be shipped by this Vessel, will be warehoused, free or Expense to the Ship- pers, by Messrtf. A. THOMSON and Co. of Laun- ceston.-For Freight or Passage apply to Messrs. A. THOMSON & Co. or Captain A. WALES, at Laun- ceston ; or to the undersigned. S'TEi'riE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 28 March 1828

MACLEOD'S STORES, K, uva \n t ' A '? « < CAMPBELL-TOWN. ^ /A j- nPHE Subscriber has received per^Brig MargaV, * X ret, the following select Investment of Glas £ gow manufactured Goods, which "are now open for SALE, at his Stores, Campbell Town, Eliza-, beth River :- « l { ) , jftfuífí»í,APrint», and Soft Goods. ^W\fX^siths superb" ne striped and checked Gingham Î * 'ila filWrmetfigham P| ' * F f^f^flths coloured Crape DresseB , ' -^^ *WP*ths striped and Checked Chintze Jaconet Muslin " j, *u? -. -iv 3-4ths and"4-4ths superfine Cambric Furniture and Chintze Prints M h 3-4ths dark blue Prints r^^W> 4-thsand 6-4ths checked,striped,and spotted v /** , Book and Leno Muslin , Sf^f^" Tamboured worked Muslin Collars "Mm -r - 3-4ths and'4-4ths coloured Cambric, Jaconet, 'i/t U and Mull Muslin ' ' , 4-4ths corded and checked Jaconet Muslin *^M«t« 3_4tns an(j 44tbs shirtings, Sheetings,' and " '^^Iiinings^ ! HÍ t . ; ' 4-4ths twilled Sheetings < i>,. ? 7-4ths Cotton...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 28 March 1828

FREX&HT ANS PASSAGE. ¿Freigut ov Uawgf to 3£nglanir* J&GfiL X7I0R LIVERPOOL D?RECT.~The jfWL * «ne Fast-aailingirShip MEDWAY, will Sail for the above Port th'e First Week in April, baring greater part of her¡ cargo ready,to take on board.-Shippers of Wool or other! Pioduce^are requested to send it to ther Stores of the undersign- ed, where it willie warehoused free ofExJWnce. ( > JOHN LORD. TT dFmgïjt ov \H**wc to îSngianîï. "rfaS* Î70R HULL AfcB LONDON.-The fine TgMy_ *? fast-sailing Brig TRANMERE, 185 Tons, Captain A. WALES, is now taking in Car- go at Launceston for Hull and' London, and will sail on or before the 10th April.-A consider- able part of her Cargo being already engaged, early application will be desirable.-Any Ar- ticles intended to be shipped by this Vessef, .will be warehoused, free of Expense to the Ship- pers, by Messrs. A. THOMSON and!CO. of Laun- ceston.-For Freight or Passage apply to Messrs. A- THOMSON & Co. or Captain A. WALES, at ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 4 April 1828

I *' ' 1 , , - - ; , . COLONIA!. ADVOCATE. THE present Number of the above Month- ly Publication for April, now publishing at the Colonial Times Office, contains, toge- ther with much other useful and interesting in- formation, the following subjects: EMIGRATION. THE BANKING SYSTEM ....'. ?? - THE BRITISH CONSTITUTION. Laws of England. ; LAW REPORTS. Trial of Dr. WARDELL, at Sydney, for Libel . M« Dowall v. Middleton, for false impri ^ sonment. Puller v. Drake, for assault. Europran Intelligence, by the Marmion Supei abundance of Money in London .... Cobbett's New Road to Fame. Taxation of Bachelors in the United States. Major Thornton's Ass. Sir Godfrey Webster and the Milliners .. Mr. Canning's Poems. Funerals in Portugal. Living in Estramadura. Sir Robert Wilson, and the Spanish Re- fugees. Mr. Peel *. _Singular instance of Courage . The Vice Chancellor and the Tailors, or Suits in and out of Law .......... *. * Theory of the Pulse. Dean Swift and Providence. Anecdote of M. Bluch...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 4 April 1828

F ¿FtttigDt or tfawage to i&nglano* *0R LIVERPOOL DIRECT.-The _ fine Fast-sailing Ship MEDWAY, will Sail for the above Port the First Week in April, having greater part of her cargo ready to take on board.-Shippers of Wool or other Produce are requested to send it to the Stores of the undersign- ed, where it will be warehoused free of Expence. JOHN LORD. dFwiiftt or ftuftgage to longland. ~¿£¡L "fpOR HULL AND LONDON.-The fine <f&gy. * 'fast-sailing Brig TRANMERE, 185 Tons, Captain A. WALES, is now taking in Car- go at Launceston for Hull and London, and will «ail on or before the 10th April.-A consider- able part of her Cargo being already engaged, early application will be desirable.-Any Ar- ticles intended to be shipped by this Vessel, will be warehoused, free of Expense to the Ship- pers, by Messrs. A. THOMSON and Co. of Laun- ceston.-For Freight or Passage apply to Messrs. A. THOMSON & Co. or CaptainA. WALES, at Laun- ceston ; or to the undersi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 11 April 1828

îSantt of Fait fötimen'* Han** AT a MEETING of the Proprietors of the . Bank of Van Diemen's Land, held the 29th Ultimo, Mr. KEMP, President, in the Chair ; Mr. K«.MP, stated that the object of the Meeting was to elect a Successor to Mr. GAR- DINER, the late Cashier, who had resigned.-. That a most rigid examination and enquiry vBad¿ been instituted, in respect.to.the recent abstrac- tion .of the Bank Funds hy the tate Accountant, MV. IP.-HINES; the result of which was, that the .whole thereof had been recovered, excepting a sjroajl sum ;.the Contribution of each Proprietor, to replace which, would not deduct from the next Half-yearly Dividend morethan lös. per Share. This satisfactory statement, Mr. Kemp added, líe vías convinced would afford the best possi- ble answer to all reports which had been circu- lated ; Mr. Kemp felt'it but justice to add, that the conduct of Mr. .Gardiner, on this unpleasant occasion, appeared altogether unsullied. Mr. J. G. Jennings was then proposed as...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 11 April 1828

»ááS* nnhe^ood Ship MEDWAY bavins com JBSHCB pleted her lading for Li ver poor, will sail positively on Wednesday next, the 10 th ïnst. -For Passage pniy apply to Captain B. WIGHT, on beard; otiW JOHN Lpno. Wharf, April'lO, 1838._ "iFtf¿ft|t or |)a**age to"i3tt$l«nß» ?»fiflU 1?0R. HULL AND LONDQN.-The fine 2ESË * fast-saiHng Brig TRANMERE, 185 Tons, Captain A. WALES, is n,pvr taking in Car- go at launceston for Hu.ll and London, and will sail in an rois Month.-A considerable part of her Cargo being already engaged, early appli- cation w,\ll be dean-able.-Any Articles intended to he shipped by ^his YqsseJ, will be warehoused, free of Expense to the Chippers, by Messrs. A. THOMSON and Co. of Laurçces^on.-For Freight or passage apply to Messrs. A. THOMSON &CO.. or Captain A. WALES, a£ Launceston ; pr to the undersigned. STEPHEN ADEY, Dav&y-çtreet. Hobart Town, April 10. 1828. _ JFvwfa ano m*M$e to îVonocm;. «£&££& T?0R MONBON.-The fast-sailing First ^BaB...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 18 April 1828

^^?^P^SÄ^:--»t the Stores of W. M. ORR/just ^^..í-'-í ^imported ¡ex JEÏia«,-Gentlemens' superfine ¿ig hats, mens' plated ditto ; cotton balls, in boxes ; ^ -^SPP^er, black lead, millinery, childrens'dresses, ; paste blacking ; 4-bushel corn sacks ; stripe shirts, V duck frocks and trowsers ; childrens' cotton socks, gentlemens' drill trowsers, counterpanes, linen thread, shirt buttons ; ladies' muslin dresses, cot- ton lace, .printed bed coverlitts, çlothr: gaiters; painters' brushes, leadjpencils^ sbirting^cAlicoes^ ":;bejäjtöips,^el^^ '.? ; ^,ki<lj|^ ^orjÊ; ; ^ibo^es^fish sauces ; tobacco pi pes/teá trays ; Poland ".° _ starchy stone blue ; gingham umbrellas, gilt breast > ,coa^buttons ; s^ ~ oltvies, linseedpil; Guernsey frocks, hosiery, gen '. tiemensVw'aistcoatsjcandlewick, Wellington boots, r - barragonand" pillow^fustiân&;''towèÎlingV:':'ïris^ linen, brown Holland'' superfine clotty cVishell combs ;-brass candlesticks, printed calicoes, fustian;slop>¿...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 18 April 1828

FREIGHT AlfD PASSAGE. dFveijftt o* tfaftmgeto &ttg(an&. -¿fig* T¡*OR HULL AND LONDON.-The fine ?w«* x fast-sailing Brig TRAN MERE, 185 Tons, Captain A. WALES, is noir .taking in Car- go at Launceston for Hull and London, and will sail in all this Month.-A considerable pari of : her; Cargo being already' engaged,' early appli- cation will be desirable.~Any Articles intended to be shipped by this Vessel, will be warehoused, free of^Expense to the Shippers, by Messrs. A. THOMSON ; and Co. of Launceston^For Freight or Passage jap'ply to Messrs. A. THOMSON & Co. or Captain Ai> WALES, at Launceston ; or to the undersigned. ;-;- :' :';<i'; ;,;; .'?'?" ' -v; STEPHEN ADEY, Davey-street. Hobart Town, April 10, 1828. ' ?. ; ?;, ; ¿Freight ann &a**aqt ü lionüoit. (ütí^ ^¡0>R LONDON.^-The fast-sailing First TaalBrV £, class Ship CALISTA, Captain SAMUEL1 HAAVKINS, burthen 350 Tons; will return from Sydney about the end of this Month, and take on bo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 25 April 1828

NEW INVESTMENT. "I^OR SALü, at me Suneaoi W. M. ORB, just ."- !.. pot iel ex LUza,-Gentlemen*' superfine hats, H i,ii«'plated ditto, cotton balls, in boxes, powde blacK lead, uauineiy, childrens' dresses, paste blacking ; 4-busnel coin hacks ; stripe shuts, duck irocK.3, nu trousers ; childrens' cotton socks, gen lemeub' dull tiowscrs, counterpane«, linen lhiead, shirt button*; ladas1 niustiu dressés, i-çt tun lan,, uiiuivó; bed cove» hits, * cloth gaters, partiteis' biushcs, load pencils ; »hirlmg. caiicbes, gDcd-ticks, veivcttens, Dutch« drops," gentieuicns' oki . stocks , quills, DurUUui müstaid ; ladies'.»oik b, xes, tish sciucts, iuba< co pipes, tea trays ; Poland std.icn, itoiiti blue, giu"liaui umbrellas, gilt breast coat, uuiioos, &eaiin¿ and curiier¡>'kuives; Fiencli oliven, liuse<d on, Gueinsey 1 rooks, hosierj, geu tU incus' waibttoai» ; candlewick, Wellington booti. Urn agon and pillow tustians ; towelling, Irish ,Iiueu, bîown Holland, gn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 25 April 1828

FREIGHT AND PASSAGE. JFxtim or m**W to ffinglaitir, ^rfS^ -pOK HULL AND LONDON.-The fine JäSäL x fast-sailing Brig TRAN MERE, 185 Tons, Captain A. WALES, is now taking in Car- go at Launceston for Hull and London, and will Bail in all this Month.-A considerable part of her Cargo being already engaged, early appli- cation will be,desirable.-rAny Articles intended to be shipped by this Vessel, will be warehoused, free of Expense to the Shippers, by Messrs. A. THOMSON and Co. of Launceston.-For Freight or Passage apply; to Messrs. A. THOMSON & Co. oç Captain A. WALES, at Launceston ; or to the undersigned. STEPHEN ADEY, Davey-street. Hobart Town, April 10, 1828. freight and Passage to London. FOR LONDON.—The fast-sailing First-   class Ship CALISTA, Captain SAMUEL     HAWKINS, burthen 350 Tons; will return from   Sydney about the end of this Month, and take on board such Freight as may offer, until the 1st of June, and will po...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 2 May 1828

Colonial Advocate. l^rOW Publishing, by A. BENT, at the Colonial -1^ Times Office, in Elizabeth-street, No. 3, of the " Colonial Advocate, and Tasmanian Monthly Review and Register"-price 5s. It contains, among other subjects, the follow- ing :~ ' __!__, HISTORY of the origin, rise, arid progress of the Van Die men's Land Company ...... The BRITISH CONSTITU- TION. Laws of England. COLONIAL POLICY. The mistaken policy of Eng- land towards her Colonies, exposed-instanced by the examples of America, and other Colonies . LAND. " "'?.*, Remarks on the Church Lands , or Reserves-Restrictions of Grants-Sale of Lands Letting-Quit Rents, &c... INDEPENDENCE. The effects of the Indepen-* dence of the Colony of Van Diemen's Land exhibited The DEPUTATION. Mr. Gellibrand, &c. On impounding- Stock ...... British Colonies, (from the Morning Chronicle) ...... Free Trade. Mr. Sergeant Wylde. Bribery exposed and . conir menied on. f . :. The Black Natives-Remarks on them, their outrage...

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