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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 31 March 1855

- *• ¡m - \ w -• ft. U. RAWLIXGS & CO. TIE TOOL OF HO AI| SLA VIE OF XO PARTY. VOLUME PUBLISHED EVEBY SATURDAY. RICHMOND CITY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1855. u&tx t>f tight IÍBCS o iiiiim udi kit per annum, in ; throe dollars if' paid in tax months from «f uheribiar; or three dollars and a half u mil *•«■*«« OF ADVERTISING-—For each iqiiare es or less, first insertion - |1 Oi. 5t. ) Cards, tight lines or less per annum, 10 0Í, i column, payable quarterly in advance, per annum • 135 W> lltjf column ------ t o* Quarter column - - - - - *- 35 (h The HUN office is prepared to execute with ncat- I despatch, all kinds of job work at the us- Tke Law of Newspaper *. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to •t&e contrarj, are considered as wishing to continue tkaif mine ríptum*- írlf subscribers order the discontinuance of their papers, publishers may continue to send them until all arrearages are paid. 3. If svbscribers neglect or refuse to take their papers from...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 31 March 1855

f i— \ k b THE TEXAS SUN. EDITOR. SATURDAY, MARCH SI, 1855. Circulation.— The Texas Son eom- MMiiñlkAiimlit¡ait( eight hundred, with afairprospect of its increasing to several An—üJ daring 1855. It is the largest paper published on the Brazos river. Subscribe* who wish to make changes in the adirsss rf their papers, will save as good deal ef trouble by naming the Post Office te which their pepenare then sent. Being fully convinced from the past three months' experience of the inefficiency of lo* eal agents for newspapers, we have conclud- ed to dispense with the useless form of pub- lishing a fist of these functionaries. Here- after, the Sun will rely solely upon its merits for an increased circulation and patronage, and will have no authorized agent in any of the Northern cities. Change in the Texas Son Company. Wm. E. Kendall having disposed of his interest in the Texas Snn, is no longer lia- ble or responsible in any way for the acts of said company. The present editor of the Sun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 31 March 1855

A \ # 1 i ■ ■r * ;i oisoj—As aa evidence of what giria aa do, ¡fAejIutu a mind, a Cincxn- aati press states tkat three yean ago a poor eayhau girl applied and was admitted to aet Sr that payer. 8he worked two yean, which time she earned, hondea her «boat two hundred dolían, and avail lag bexaolf of the facilities which the prist, in* oftee afforded aeqaired a good educa- tion. She is now an inoaite editress of a popular paper, and is engaged to one of the aaarteat lawyers in Ohio. Such a girl is blind to ahine, and ecKpoe tena of thousands who are educated in the lap of luxury, and tanghtaUthe "aceoonp&aiunent" of a board- finch a wife will be a jewel to 1, an ornament to society, and an ' to her aex and to her country.—Jour- Stats or Mobals amono tub Factouy Qiiu or Lowell.—The testimony of Miss Dixter, in the ease of two young factory warn en who were before Lowell police court for atealing yarn, gives rather aremaifcable üluatration of morala in that plkce: "Misa the 1 Dixter...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 31 March 1855

/ ( MISCELLANEOU 8. IV i arrival and departure at BCD. Arrives from Houston evcnr ilwilf. Wednesday and Saturday, at 5 o'cteek, P. li Departs bum Richmond ta Houston every Tues- day, Thursday and Sunday, at 7 o'clock, A. M. Arrives front Wharton every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, at 5-o'cIock, P. X. Departa every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday, at 7 o'clock, A. M. Arrive front Victoria every Wednesday. Depart to Victoria every Thursday. Arrives from Gomales every Saturday. Departs to Calmabas and Gonzales every Sunday —nimg. To Colombia every Wednesday and Saturday. From Columbia every Monday and Thursday. To St. Felipe and Washington every Tuesday and Friday. From St. Felipe and Washington every Tuesday and Fridav. Fresh Arrival. tust received, V 50 barrels of lime and 50 sack* of salfc II. B. ANDREWS & CO. Richmond, Feb. 15,1855. vln6-tf To Builder*. THE undersigned offers for saie at his store in Harrisburg, a large and general assortment of Doors, Glazed Sash, Window Frame-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 28 April 1855

*"N A THE x .J3C mm H. RAWLINGS & CO. THE TOOL OF HO MM; THE SLAVE OF XO PARTY. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETOR \ V VOLTJME 1. ■■■" ■ TEXAS SUN PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. TERMS.—Two dollars «ad a half per annum, in advance; three dollars if paid ia six months from the tía of subscribing; or three dollars and a half if net paid until the end of the year. RATES OP ADVERTISING.—Por each square •f eigtt lines or lesa, first insertion - - f 1 00 Each subsequent insertion RICHMOND CITY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 28. 1855. Carda, tigkt lines of less per payable The SUN arss and despatch nal rates. 50 ,10 00 quarterly in advance, . . . . . 125 00 . - - ' - 65 00 35 00 ia prepared to execute with neat- , all lands of job werk at the us- Tfce Law of ¡lewipapers. 1. Subscriben who do not give express notice to the contrary, are considered as wishing to continué their <mbfcri|rti'mt it. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their papers, publishers mar continue to send them until all arrearag...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 28 April 1855

MBSIM f \ i. "SUNT EDITOB. •ATimDAY, APRIL 28, 1855. !■! I Tfce Texas San com- i a circulation of eight hundred. viAtftirpmpett ofits increasing to several 1855. ; paper published on the who wish to make changes in of their paper, will save us a leal of trouble by naming the Post to which their papers are then sent. ' Jas. 8. Bullirán, Esq., arrived in last Sunday evening. He in- ns that Mr. Barrett, the President of is expected out by ■, and will remain in Texas un- ís completed to this place. We are sorry to learn that the Fort • snag above San Felipe, and anffident damage to disable her tho passage down, in the pre- of the Brazos. X3T Oar planters are complaining loudly of tho drought which now prevails gener- ally throughout the State. But few of them , a good stand of cotton, while the corn , without rain within ten days, promises to ho O complete failure. Judge Mitchel, a largo planter in our vicinity, informs us that •ot one foot of water, in the aggregate, has • his cistern ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 28 April 1855

ai- JL. iM-ar.j— JU 'jjyrgtneggea i 4 Í * i* írom Havana. expectation when I last ad- lM]T9> bas been sadly disappointed, as ' Court instituted by the Captain of Cuba, after the Auditor of War his approval to the sentence of- Commission, instead of having i to sastain the auditor against the were conveniently divided in ; for the death of the three, mi two for aqnital. The Captain General in —A ease having the deciding vote, gave k against the prisoners, and subsequently rmmted the sentences of Cadalso and Pin- ole to tea years, residence at Ceuta, with detention, if deemed necessary, i to bo permitted to return to Cnba. was lost from final rendition of published after execution, to eon four hours in charch i of the soul was not attempted to was all that mercy could strain out of a noble nature. The sentence sniW at night ci the 20th. The morning of the 21st, at sunrise it was communicated to the r, who received it with a placid smile I he prepared for it. Knowing the ho rose, wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 28 April 1855

MISCELLANEOUS. IV i tbe 1HACHL1IST. rslgned would respectfully ^ citizens ofFort Bend ud «Ijoinu* that he has recently opened a shop in the aty of Richmond, where he U prepared t cxeea<e *11 kinds •f work embraced in the sham* ha*, mi all af ita wmh tin: AM kinds of wrought iron work forged for machinery. Horee^hoeinjc done on the most tCSigS^S^^^SSr^ , E. O. LOVALL. Richmond, Ten , July 29,1854. y*,10 P1XD6E-We i M a beverage, mple or Honor. will not make, buy, sell, or use, any spirituous or malt liquors, viae or cider, or any other alcoholic beverage,— whether enumerated or not; bnt-will ose all honor- able r***"* to prevent their manufacture or use, or the tre*" therein, and this pledge we will keep asd .h. «iii inviolate to the end of tifo. £ Mr RES A RIO TEMPLE OF HONOR, Xa. 16, meets at Tempter's Hall, on Morton street, a the first and third Fridays in every month. Wm. e. Kendall, w. c. t. A. Mcfa*lasd, w. v. t. j. & duval, p. w. c. t. EMPRESARIO DEGREE TEMPLE " i at T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 5 May 1855

\ V -W> ,-r *t+v> £: ■ a.-.&L ér/ iK. aál fv " •• 'T-hu-: •, ia a *££fe* 1 fc. H. BAWLINGS fc CO. aáf THE TOOL OP IVO 111; TOE SLAVE OF HO PARTY. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS VOLUME 1. TlJCtliVtOlSD CITY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 5. 1855. NUMBER 17. ' TSXAS SUN PUBLISHEp EVERY SATURDAY. TERMS.—Two dollars and a half per annnm, in advance; three dollars if paid in six months from the time of subscribing?; or three dollars and a halt if not paid until the end of the year. RATES OF ADVERTISING.—For each square of eight lines or less, first insertion - $1 00 Kacli subsequent insertion • - - - - 50 business Card , eight lines or less per annnm, 10 00 One column, payable quarterly in advance, per annnm Half column - Quarter column - The SUN office is tacss and despatch, nal rates. - 125 (W 65 00 . 35 00 to execute with neat- kinds of job work at the ug- The Lav of newspapers. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary, are considered as wishing to continue their sub...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 5 May 1855

mm THE TEXAS 8ÚN. TOE. * V á ClBBOLATiON.— The Texas Sim com- i with a circulation of eight hundred, t*&irprapeet of its increasing to several ■mi dating 1855. It is the UlgMl paper published on the Inan river. Subscribers who wish to make ehanges in of tBeir paper, will save as a deal of trouble by naming the Post to which their papers ai% then sent. ' A Chapter of Royal Arch Masons vganixed in Richmond last Wednes- day evening. The beautiful and roomy M to the new Masonic building aras used X& The following gentlemen are already ■pokes of as candidates for the Western District of Texas: Judge Buckley, Gov. Bell, air present representative, Hamilton P. Gen. McLeod, Gov. Henderson, Judge 1 A. J. Hamilton. HP We received last week from Mr. J. 8. TaA, of Houston, several beautiful pieces complimentary party aras given last week, to Jas. S. Sullivan, Esq., by the «¡tiaras of Richmond. In response to a call ftom his fellow citizens, the honored guest of the occasion, in a brief ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 5 May 1855

\ [For the Texas Su Umio mai. r. X."*". Om hmríag her $mg "Bofa Wife.' Ok, ó> that charming song one Ami let my «pint feel, As if Twere from this world to soar, Tea, aniden, sing that mpt'roufl song! And let my weaiy soul, j with thy soft notes, along, earth hath no control. Oh, sing that witching song once more! . Thy meDow'd accents seem. As if they wen from that blest shore, When eyes seraphic beam. Tas, lady, ring that beauteous lay! Tki canst, aft thine own pleasure, sway, With thy sweet minstrelsy. Birhmond, April 27th, 1855. W. [For the Texas 8an. Aril 28th, 1855. To Misa L. C. IH think of thee when moming light, In reseat beams burst o'er the sea, And when the stars make evening bright, Wilt then dear Loo—C. think of met Where flowers hang down their heads in - ; is hmhed in every tree. The moon her watch o'er nature keeps, Wilt thou then watch and think of me? When oft a tear my eyelids stain, With all hard ftft hath dealt to me, Memory t1 11 breathe thy voice dear one, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 5 May 1855

3«s*j MISCELLANEOUS. 1 i I M 1 I.-, f Í ■ACIUH8T. 1 would icapeetfulty inform the , where he i* prepared to execute all kinds above line, in all «f its i of wrought iijfn work forced tig done on the most Trusting in his lone experience, he Í of giving general satisfaction. E. G. LOVALL. Kchuiwj. Tomb, July 29,1854. vgnlO Temple of Honor. , bay, sell, or use, i or malt liquors, any other alcoholic beverage,— ted or not; but will use all honor- able means to prevent their manufacture or use, or the traffic therein, and this pledge we will keep and ■wirtiin inviolate to the end of Ufe. EMPRESARIO TEMPLE OF HONOR, Ho. 16, meets at Tempter's Hall, on Morton street, «I the first and third Fridays in every month. W*. E. Kendall, v. C. T. a. McFarland, w. v. T. J. 8. DUVAL, P. W. C. T. EMPRESARIO DEGREE TEMPLE meets at Tempter's Hall on the first Mondiv - ven- ing, in each month. T. H. McMahan, D. T. W. E. Kendall, D. V. T. G. W. McMahan, P. D. T. WOOD BISE SOCIAL DEGREE •f Empresario Templ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 19 May 1855

THE TEXAS SUN. V-'f B. H. BAWLING S & CO. THE TOOL OF MO MM; THE SLAVE OF Iff PARTY. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS VOLUME 1. PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY. is aad ahalf pari If paid iu ú RICHMOND CITY. TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 19. 1855. ■tAli OF ADVERTISING.—1F«r Mcfc Move r«Mf fiM*or)eaa, ftntioaertion - - f 1 00 ftfou 50 •r less per annanf, 10 00 ' in advance, . . . 125 00 . . - 65 00 . - - 35 00 'IteMJK «Am ia prepared to exaente with neat- tMSSOud despatch, all kiada of job work at the ua- Thc Law of newspapers. 1. 8utacriba>a who do not give express notice to the contrary, are considered as wishingrto continue *. If toaend then until refuse to take their _j from ike poet-ofece to which they an sent, r an held responsible until they pay op. If aahacHbon remove to o their places without ~ the paper is sent to ___ , they aw held responsible, i have decided that refusing to take a MMkal or paper from the office, or removing and leaving it uncalled for, is prima facie evidence of No. 1. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 19 May 1855

THE TEXAS SUN. EDITOR. SATURDAY, MAY . 1855. Circulation.-— .The Texas Son com- tenced with a circulation of eight hundred, with a fair prospect of its increasing to several published on the Subscribers who wish to make changes in h* address of their paper, will save ns a by muring the Post P.M.CUmETisa kmtim and Fort Bend counties is the J. 8.8UL- <o represent in the next Leg- will be held in Co- i on the Fourth Monday in this month. to be represented in pit is high time they had ap- We suggest the propri- ety of holding a meeting next Saturday. Wo invite attention to an advertisement ®f the above Springs, which may be fonnd is another column of oar paper. There is ' for oar citizens visiting Mig- i or Virginia watering pla- as Mr. Kellnm is prepared to accommo- date them at home. The expenses incurred hy this gentleman during the past year' ex- ceed thirty thousand dollars. The main building (of brick) is three stories high, 95 feet long and 45 feet deep, with over 900 fanning ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 19 May 1855

TELEGRAPHIC. FIVE DATS LATER FROM EUROPE. . ARRIVAL OF~THE ASIA. te Cetten. Halifax, May 7.—10 o'clock, p.m.—The Royal Mail steamship Asia, Captain Lott, has just arrived at this port, with advices i Liverpool to the 28th of April, five days ' than the accounts by the Atlantic. Lfrrcfwl Cotton larkct. The Liverpool cotton market had been mite active daring the week ending on Fri- day, the 27th alt., and all qualities of Amer- ican had advanced 1-16 to £ of a penny per pound. The sales of the week were 102,- 000 bales, of which 31,000 bales were to aad 10,000 bales for export.— I Middling qualities were in the : favor, and had advanced to a greater i than the lower nades. The antbor- ere: Fair Orleans, 6 pence Orleans, 5 5-16 pence; Fair Up- lands, pence; and Middling Uplands, 5 3-16 pence per pound. [The above is from A* encalar of Messrs. Brown, Shipley A Co.) Raw Toas, May 10.—Lord Pahnerston, according to reporta in the papers brought by the Asia, In reply to Inquires made in the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 19 May 1855

MISCELLANEOUS. MACHINIST. > ninimd would respectfully inform the [«ens ofFort Bend and adjoining counties, i has recently opened i shop in the city of of where he is pieynei to execute alikinds ■braced in the above line, in sll of its All kinds of wrought ira n work forged >ne on the most _ ig experience, he Biilc'flBenl satisfaction. E. G. LOVALL. 89,1854. v2al0 <Te will not make, bay, sell, or nse, ge, any spirituous or malt liquors, r, or any other alcoholic beverage,— ' I or not; hot will use all bonor- d this pledge we will keep and the end of lif TEMPLE OF HONOR, i, mas* at Tempter's Hall, on Morton street, a lot and third Fridays in every month. WK. E. Kkxdall, W. C. T. a. McFsklakd, W. V. T. J. a Duval, P. W. C. T. EMPRESARIO DEGREE TEMPLE ftTMnfert Hall on the first Monday even- aachmoutk. T. H. McMahak.D. T. W. E. Kendall, D. V. T. G. W. McMahak, P. D. T. WOOD MUTE SOCIAL DEGREE ■rio Temple of Honor, No. 16, meets at Ball on the second and fourth Saturday of each ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 2 June 1855

t ft. H. BA1TLING8 * 00. VOLUME 1. THE TOOIi OF lfO MAW; THE SLATE OF MO PARTY. = ♦ • Ricmsiojsrr) city, texas, Saturday, june 2.1855. AND PBOPBlETOlS lev's neighborhood, or will be kept in good < mm trBSM will meet withnoM CHAMBEES? • ft er refuse «0 take their 1 to «Uck they an seat, ' are held responsible uatil they pay up. If subscribers nure to other places without the paper is seat to Va. 1. & x. a. Medical Discoveries. TNI THRU R. R. R. RKMKOIE8 Aw the Meet impertaat discovert I «f the aMet torturing aains,aadthe of ffieaaee, ever reeecdedia the aaaals Í R N ; 1 X to the IfcsvaBd, vidiatf the Matter- j Neuralgic, Berreas, imafemmmules is MAD WAYS READY RELIEF, i by hundreds of thousands t the United States, rivinr instaat ease Mill'tnakM with púa ar siclra—■ Oaeapplica- , er a lew drape takea internally, will offerer from the «oat violent and I restore the week, feeble aad 1 strength aad vigor. No persoa • erer used RADWAY8 READY RELIEF with- t deriving soaae special b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 2 June 1855

m THE TEXAS SUN. EDITOS. SATURDAY, JUNE *, ¡2L Cibcclatios.— The Texas aeneed with a circulatic ♦ithafair prospect ofitsineteasinfc to several daring 1850. ixas md com- eight hundred, say to make changes in v will nrs as a the Pos P.M. CUKE* is a Aatfia asd Fort Bead eoontias in vthe J. 8. 8UL- |f II II I I h v i • r p 'W«SMI LITA . ftq..ssa] isMb sad Fort Bend Gen. Jas. i of his address to the people and ered- i of Texas. We have never received a fee to advocate the claims of these i and therefore can not understand why they ¿odd ask as to publish a pamph- ' 38 pages for their On* young friend and eountyman,' John C. Mitchell, sent us a specimen of his crops, a few days ago, in the shape of a large well- filed roasting ear and several full-sued bolls of cotton. It affords us pleasure to accept the invitation accompanying the above.— We believe that Mr. Jas. Chambers, near Richmond, has as good a crop of com as any planter on the Brazos river, and that he has 800 acres in cotton not...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 2 June 1855

X. I 4s , the 3d Section of Ad of March 3d, 1855, providing for the registration of valuable letters. Sac. 1. Letters alleged to be valuable, ~"T¿ at mm Poetofice in the United States, delivered at another such office, shall, after the first day of July, 1855, * at*the office of mailing, on the of the person posting the same, of a registration, fee of five S. FmlwItJiB are instrncted to enter all Mefc letters m a book to be prepared and fai the purpose, to be called the Re- <**ft Book, (which, in small offices, will be together the several furnished by this JJUaak receipts with • wide marginior a brief duplicate of each, af Jé Bank Check books. The Postmaster Will eater m this margin the number of the Steeipt, the date of filling it, the name of the MHH te whom the letter is addressed, and the ylaca to which it is to be mailed. He die receipt to correspond entry, separate it from ; deliver it to the person who the letter. S. Registered Letters will not be entered is the sidiasij ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 2 June 1855

miscellaneous. MACHINIST. lersigned would respectfully infonn the . i of Tart Bend and adjoining counties, ; he has recently opened a shop in the city of ■■mad, where be is prepared to execute all kinds af week embraced in the aboTe line, in all of hs kaahm An kinds of wrought iron work forged fm wmtkbmrr. TTnrtt ihocimiF <m tha hum! l fiaargg ihm iiifnii in<i. * gjringgsnaralWsj¿W E. 0. lot all. Tuxns,July 38,1864. vSnlO Wa will net , boy, «el], or hse, TEMPLE OF HONOR, r*a Ball, on Morten atre Friday Ja iwn moni AmokMcFanuunt,W.C. T.| Laura V. T. WM. E Kxhdall. P. W. C. T. EMPRESARIO DEGREE TEMPLX e Han on the first Monday even- Anean McFaiuid, D. T. W. E. Kendall, d. V. T. Jbo. s. Dotal, P. D. T. WOOD RISE SOCIAL DEGREE Temple of Honor, No. 16, meet at I on the aeeoadaad fourth 8atniday Mrs. E. A. McMahas, 8. P. T. O. W. McMahah, B. P. T. May 1.1866. vln4-ly* TENTH GRAND GIFT DISTRIBUTION or THE ART UNION SOCIETY. 600,000 GIFTS valued at TVee Hundred Thousand Dollars. Certi...

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