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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 21 August 1846

benjamin s. jones, J. Elizabeth jones, h" Prni.isiitxn Committee : Sainucl Brooke, Georgo Girretson, James Barnaby, Jr., David L. Galbreath, Lot Holmes. l'l'DLISHED EVERY Fit 1 1) AY AT SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO. JAMES BARNABY, Jr., General .Igent. JjJllo- "SO UMON WITH SLAVEHOLDERS."' VOI,. 2. NO. 1. SALEM OHIO, FRIDAY, AUGUST -2, isrJ. Wli,u; ,n o.r.rt. A NTT-SIT A VERY R Q--JH remittances to be made, and nil Irteri relating to the pr'uniary affairs if tin pnjur, to lie addressed (post paid) to tht Ocntfai .Igent. Communications intended for inter lion In be addressed to lie Editor QCT" Terms : $1,50 per Annum, or $1,75 (invariably rtijutrcd) it not paid within six months oi tne lime oi subscribing. Advertisements making less than a square inserted three times for 75 cents: ono square &I. J. H. Painter, Printer. From the Cleveland American. RIDICULOUS! Tho Cincinnati Weekly Herald, of the July, lias nn article, in v. iiicli it takes the po sition that it is not necessary for...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 21 August 1846

ion with the slave holder wm not assisting them in in; way in their ilavehclding ; but encouraging them by his pretence and leal- oua co-operation ia doing a pood act. Par-. Pillsbury, it seems to me, ought not to quote Jeu In thi connection, except to con- demn him for associating with those who hot as immaculate a himself. Now this unqualified assertion that wo will have no union with slaveholders, extends not only ti that political union which exists between tho nominally freo people of the north, and Iho slaveholders of tho south which we who object t) tho motto repudiate a well as they uui io an nossiuie cages that may arise In which we may unite with them for good, wh:!o wo aro doing every thing in our power to throw around them such circumstjnees as are calculated to eh aw them the error of their position in reference to slavery. Parker spoke, I thought, rathor dispara gingly of us here in Ohio. He very pleas antly remarked, that ha did not know what new ideas we might have c...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 21 August 1846

Trouble in the Camp. A writer in the Cleaveland American has taken Dr. Bailey to task in good set terms for loma views expressed in regard to the nomination of a Presidential candidate. We givo the article in another column, not be cause of its intrinsic worth, but as a portion of the history of Liberty party differences! which it is well to record. We would advise the Dr. to send a detail ed statement of his position to the American, for we suppose ho will find it far more diffi cult to rest easy under such censure from a friend, than that of which ho so bitterly com plained from his opponents. We should think it far from pleasant, for him to have a fullow-laborer pronounce his opinion "ridic ulous," to bo accused of "affectation," to liave his arguments repliod to by a "Fudge !" to be told that his doctrine "loads to no-voting abolitionism," and to be sneered at as a "philosopher!" although as a kind of offset to all this, the writer assures him that he is one of those "whose elec...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 21 August 1846

POETRY. For the A. S. Bugle. The following linos wore written whilo sitting at 11 Hotel window in Pittsburg, upon seeing a pair, sooty faced mechanic on the opposite Bide of tlio street, hoist a window nnd very carefully ami tenderly place a littlo Ilower pot upon the blackened sill. TO A FLOWER. Poor little one ! la this the b in of Fate ! Itnrd lot, mid sont anil dust to wrnr aw ay 'i'hy life! must thou ne'er know the rnins'relsv Of the bright choir that tune their sweetest notes When fairy hands uro nimbly gathering; np Hems which the night had scattered, ami the sim's First rays illume 1 Must it bo never thine. To pour the incense of thy heart upon The morning air, and drink from aephyrs breath i?..,.t. I..,.,..,.. ir.M. nnd rieb nerfnme ? Alas! Thv lonely b'ein" ne'er may know the sweets '. . .1 .1 1 11 ...... So freely shod upon tne wuu iium-i. That all unnoticed, blooms on its lonely bed. The breeze- doth fan it, and the neetar'd dews Kefresli it, and the vernal sun dull teac...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 28 August 1846

PUBLISHED EVERV FRIDAY AT SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO. JAMES BARNABY, Jr., General .1Scnl. BENJAMIN S. JOXKS, ) ... J. MLIZABKTII JONES, j " Iditors. Prni.islit.NO Committps : Samuel Brooke', George Garrctson, J;ines llarnaby, Jr., David L. Galbreath, LoV Holmes. ANTI-SLAVERY B VOL. 2. NO. 5. 0 UNIO.V WITH SALEM, OHIO, FRIDAY, AUGUST as, iso. SLAVEHOLDERS." U OljJjJe iwiloi.i; no. ;,7 Qj91l roiiitlancci to be made, and alt Utteri rclnlin to the pecuniary affairs of thrpaper, lo be addressed (post paid) lo the General .ienl, Communiratinns intended for insu Hon to it addressed to the Fdilors. OCT TtRMs : (H.fio per annum, or tl,5 (mvartably required) if not paid w ithin SIX months of the time of subscribing. AnvERTisKMFNTS making les than a square inserted three limes for 75 cents: ono Hi)tia- if I, J. II. l tinier, I'rlnlnr. From the Liberator. The Tariff and the Sub-Treasury, the Slaves North and of the South. Wo congratulate the aoolitlonisls of thn tnuntry that thn Tariff of 18 l...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 28 August 1846

Wlii-n fun ml, n t li i n jr rcui:iitu l of llie child but the head ! Comment is withheld. Is there a God ! These facts lm it reinoiiibored occurred in sceliun litre slavery exists in its mildost form. Murder Will Out! AM IMPORTANT SI ENE IN TIIK HRA.MA. Vriknhs Edituks : The Rev. Samuel Lewis preached in tlio M. H. Church in Paincsvillc, June 7th, 1 8it, from which house abolitionists arc excluded, and did not mention the word slave in bis discourse. It was therefore said that Mr. Lewis was gnggod. Ilut the next day, Monday the 8th, ho explained away the idea of his being gagged by ho following statement : llo said when he received the nomination for Governor, ho made a promise that he would not speak on tlio subject of slavery on the Sabbath. This was, as he said, done that be might not be accused of preaching polities on tlio Lord's day ; but said that after the election was over be would preach abolition on Sunday. Mr. Lewis :s a local prinehcr in the. M. L. Church, bn longs to ...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 28 August 1846

licart-strit ken slave tliat has been thrust into a pit of degradation find wo. Hut instcail thereof, he goes into the pro-slavery churches of the land where uholilionism may not cn. ter, and preaehei a gospel wincli speaKs not of deliverance to tho captive, which pleads not for the opening of bis prison door, lie stands up in the very strong hold of slavery, in that templo wlmso worshippers bavo exal ted and sanctified the hellish monster, hut not a word of rebuke falls from his lips. In that place in w hich above all others be should have cried jloud and spared not, ho becomes a dumb dog; and that daughter of Babylon pro-slavery Methodism is not only suffered to go unrcproved, but is embraced in loving fellowship. Liberty party may sneer at Whig expedi ency and Democratic scrvilty, but wo shall pity lho?c parties when their candidates are guilty of a more shameful betrayal of party principles, than is Samuel Lewis of the priu liples he professes to advocal6. "Unconstitutionality o...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 28 August 1846

POETRY. For the Anti-Slavery Bugle. EXISTENCE. BY THOMAS WICKERSHAM. 'Tii sweet to livn when existence terms, With beautiful thoughts that Ilka sunny beams Float up from thfr depths of the lie,itt, and roll In life-stirring currents alon? the soul, Till its chords vibrate like a harp-string's sound, And a spirit of gladness Is shed around ! 'Tis sweet to live when utibowed with c arc, The mind springs up like a Hunt: of air. And wings its flight as mi eagle, high I And drinks the breath of the upper sky, And folds not its pinions but dauntless so,i rs To legions where on it tho Spirit-light pours 1 When Hope is unJitnn'd by the touch of blight, And Love sheds around us its hallowed light, And the breathings of friendship their joys impnrt. To cluster like jrwpls around the howl ; And tho Spirit of Beauty enwreathes the tni n I, Oh ! then this existence is blissful ! But when tho bright beamings of Hope dee iv, And the lirnd of Affection is torn away ; Wlipn the jewels of Friend-hip ...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 4 September 1846

fci;yiu -T-riT! .... - . . . P PUBLISilLD 1JVERY FH1DAY AT SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO,, CHIO. JAMES DARN AO Y, Jr., Central JjenU BENJAMIN S. JONES, ) rIT J. ELLSAUETII JONES, J Ld"om' Pcnusrihio Conmittf.e : Samuel Brooke, George Girretson, James IJarnaby, Jr., DjviJ L. Gaibreath, Eat Holmes. TFT T "NO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS VOL. 'J. NO. 0. SALEM, OHIO, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER l, law. ijjjijjo pAriOLU .'.'O.TS (&jti runiltances Ui It made, and all letters relating to the ptcuntD y Izfuirs of thtprtpcr, to or addressed (08t paid) to Iht Utmtral .Intnl. I'ummuniettliitM intended fvr i.-twr-lion Ij be mldrtettd la the Editors. CC" Tsrois : SI.SO per annum, or fl,f ' in.triib'f required) if not paid within six I mrjntii of the liini of subscribing'.. . Anvckii ir.T-tPTi's mihlnf lesi than a qunra i.asarted throi times for 75 contst on Ju'U til. J. If. Ji-i;:r-r, s'rlrrter. SCENES OF THE WAR! From the Matamoros Flag. Monterey. As tho Arms of Occupation has commen ced its advance upon the inter...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 4 September 1846

Wp "Let every otio lte-4ully pemraded in his own mind"; tv-r would 1 knock a man down, (as Whitfield once said,) because lie can't rcail blank verse. For myself 1 cannot go with Liberty party ; and I would lli.it thofo who makn the parly might bo "fully per suaded " that July and policy require, in or der that they may escape the deadening mor al influence ir political caucusing, ami iivoil tbo wear and tear of conscience to vt liich I know some of them are exposed by their po sitions, that they abandon the support of what nearly all men regard ns a pro-slavery Con stitution, and join in the soul-stirring cry, " No Union with Ni..vi:iioi.Di:ity." F. To Rev. R. Anderson, D. D., Cor. Sec. A. B. C. F. M. Dkar Sin : Wo have learned with great pleasure that tho American Hoard have come to tlio con- elusion (to which wo arrived long ago) that ptilygamy is not a sufficient ground if cxclw stoii from 'lie Church. Our design in address- ing you now is to ofler ourselves to the Board lis miss...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 4 September 1846

Is either Pro-slavery? A correspondent of tlio Chroiiotypr, stales the treaty made some-twenty years since between the United States and Tunis, con- tains the following provision; "In rase a slave escapes and takes rt-fupo fin hoard nn American vessel ot war, he shall lie free. Rnd no demand shall be made either lor his restoration, or for payment." Compare this with the treaty entered into by the United States eaeh with the other. "No person held to service or labor in one .State under the laws thereof, escaping into a nolher, shall, in consequence of any law or regulation therein, be discharged from such service or labor, but shall be delivered up on claim of the party to whom such ser vice or labor may be due." It seems to us that every honest mind that is sufficiently, well informed to know that slavery existed in both countries ut the time these provisions were adopted, and were sanc tioned by law in both, will at once perceive that the former article was designed to be anti-sl...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 4 September 1846

POETRY. POETRY. From the Anti-Slavery Standard. THE ROYAL PEDIGREE. BY JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL. Lei those who will, claim gentle birth And tike iln ir pride in Norman bljod, Tli pu rot-1 ancestry on earth Must find its spring in Adam's mm) ! Ami nil, though inJiIti now, or ba-o, From the same live! l. k their tit..-, And, si.lu ly side, in l-vmr grace, Leaped, ciystal-clcur, I'rom l'ur..disc. Wo nro no spawn of battered love, Thiit's wedded to tliu heart with gold, l'ut on a-t lightly as a glove, As lightly dulled, scarce tlireo days old A love Hint marries lands to l.ind.t, The passion of two title-deed;), That loosely rivets two cold hands And idler heirs tu idlurs breeds. Large-limbed, tins friend of sun and air, Its sinewy arms with labor brown j Willi glad, strong oul tli.it seemed to wear lis h 11:11 n niti.ro like a crown, Such was the love I'ruiii which wo sprang, A lovo c-lo.ir-lieartcd aa tlio mom, Which through life's toils mi. I troubles Sang Like a tall reaper 'mid the cor...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 11 September 1846

i-uubiiiinu MLItl IlIUAl AT SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO. JAMES BAKNABY, Jr., General ttgtnl, BENJAMIN S. JONES, ) J. ELIZABETH JONES, F'lroM PiBLisiitNo Committki : Samuel Brooke, George Garrelson. James Barnaby, Jr., David L. Gaibreath, Lot Holmes. ANTI VOL. 2. NO. 7. -SLAVERY BUGLE. -so union with SALKM, OHIO, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, lsio. slaveholders." WHOLC NO. 01 (fc5.f remittances to be made, and all letter, relating to the pecuniary affairs of thxpaper) to be addressed (post paid) to the Centra. .Igenf. Communieatinnt intended for truer lion to be addresstd to the Editors. OCT Ttn.Ms : fl,60 ppr annum, or $1,75 (invariably required) if not paid within six months of the limn of subscribing. Advcrtiskvents making less than a equaro inserted three time for 76 cents: one squa-e $1. J. II. fainter. Printer. From the Anti-Slavery Standard. GOODELL ON THE CONSTITUTION. We find in our basket William Goodell' Ifamplilet on the Constitution, nnd though aware of the maxim, ' de mortuit n...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 11 September 1846

iii anion';? parties, ns evidences that we must sooner or l..tt;r 1 divide the cotife leracy. 1 assured them tho measure of Disunion was last finding favor willi us at Uic North, an 1 that very few who aware how nnnif rous ( ru its advocates, ut least secretly, even now. The conscience of every Southron 1 met told liiui Mi's was right that wo ought not to be in union with him, while he was a tyrant, and holding ns as th life-guard of himself and his wicked associates and 1 saw them turn pale. 1 never was moie respectfully treated than by slaveholders, even wliile speaking my sentiments in tho fullest man ner. I wish our northern clergymen haJ hall their civility. Let ns ur-je our doctrine of Dissolution of the Union. Conscience, throughout the Uni verse, is with us. 'Wo are commanding the respect of every slaveholder in tho land. may speak tu you further on this subject next week. Truly join's. PARKER PILLSBURY. PARKER PILLSBURY. Millford, N. H., 24th Aug., '46. Liberty Party. Frien...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 11 September 1846

licnca wo liavo to battlo for own rights as well as those it the slave, and we must uso the most cllt'Clual weapons. Utit whMo our one great idea is to cut up slavery by the root, we aro troubled with branched. Surely the writer cannot moan to charge us with seeking populaiity by joining the Liberty parly, when the fear of losing popularity ! holds so many back. , But we mean to elect, , or cause the other parlies to elect, such men J as will abolish shivery w hen we have the i power, and administer tbo government for the good of the whole, to the extent of Con- stitutioual limits. Should we succeed in this, the exceptionable clauses in the Constitution will be rendered nugatory, and the interest of all will be the same. It will then lie an easy matter to regulate our common policy, Wonder if our worthy friend Brooke has lost his former charily, when he charges the party with such evil designs, when in fact, they are only for going a littlo further to accomplish what is utterly impo...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 11 September 1846

POETRY. For the A. S. Bugle. THE EFFECTS OF SLAVERY ON THE SOCIAL SYSTEM. Behold that mother with her looks no wild ! Her tears are streaming down her ebon cheek She bids eternal farewell to her child. And full of anguish strives In vain to speak. Her grief, as, her mirraucc wholly chokes. She clasps her child t'ne closer to her heart; In silence, and in anguish she invokes Blessings on him from whom she soon must patt. Near by behold her tyrant master stand, With looks that banish hope's last glim mering ray, Whilst with a tone of fierce and stern com mand, He harshly bids ihein take the child away. One instant more, and then the child is lorn From his poor mother's vain and feeble hold; And pruRtrate now w ith grief and wo forlorn, iShe cries, " Oh, master, mum my child be soldi "So young, so loved; without a mother's care In distant fields to toil sad and alone! Oh, master, hear a frantic mother's prayer. And sell, oh sell me with my only son." As well attempt the rushing stream ...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 18 September 1846

JlRXJAMTX K. JOXES. ) J. ELIZABETH JON ES, 1'n,Tl",s- Pcni.isiit.xn Committee: Samuel Urooke, Ceorge Oarretson, James li.trnahy, Jr., David L. Oalbrcath, Lot Holmes. 1' I'D LIS II ED EVERY FRIDAY AT SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, JAMES DAItXAUY, Jr., General J?r nl. I xo union with si.Avnnoi.Dr.Rs S A I. K M , 0' II 10, F KID A S E 1 T K .M U K II is. is us. VOL. 'J. .NO. S. Wiioi.i; no. () ANTI-SLAVERY G1 i b (iJ'rfut'tanc t't be marfc rntl a Uttei . . . tl . jr . r ml i t r.t'r r "if in ine " n( wiry tiy'iir itj inr ''' tf ' be fitltfrenrtl (nost jwiil) lo (he tieneral Qrenft Cit:rtmnuttfitt'rmM hiieiuh.d fw iruer tiufi to be udAr(Atd ttt the Jlifms Tkiims : $I,fi) per nnn or 1,75 (inrnriiili'i rf'i'rrt!) if not paid w ithin six months of iha ti ne of snbscrildeg. AnvKitTioKMRNTs making rm limn a square inserted three limes for " cents; one Sll.l '01. J. II. I.t nler, I'rlnler. JUAN PLACIDO. . . Our renders will recnloc( the account given through the papers in 1HII, of no in- tended...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 18 September 1846

the prevailing opinion was, lint more remain, nd to lie accomplished, and another commit toe was aruordingly nppuiutcd to consider the ; fcubjecl of Slavery. 1 There were r number of speakers who en couraged the members to renewed diligence . in relation to their testimony against slavery, ' and very feeling cautions were Riven, too, hy some who think there is loo niueli zeal on tlm Ruhject, that wo should not go heyond the guidance of the light." Jacob Dickinson, from the Nt.te of New York, n minister of groat physic;. 1 and con siderable mental anility, paid much through the course of the meeting. The most affective discourse was delivered by Dr. Schooly, of Somrton, a I the close of the meeting on Sixth day afternoon, for which purpose the partitions were raised and a sit ting was held after tiie adjournment of tlio business meeting. Tito Meeting was ono of unusual good or der, and each epistle directed to other Yearly Meetings testilie.J to the harmony w hich pre vailed. Being o...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 18 September 1846

Conference of Wesleyan Methodists. Tills body met yesterday in Pittsburgh Wo understand its members have generally adopted at its sessions, strong rrsolutions in favor of anti-slavery voting. If tbat question should come up this year, it will be seen that some of tbeir best men are opposed to cast ing a vote under a pro-slavery, war-making government. How such can retain christian fellowship with those who do vote, is a ques tion which they cannot perhaps (atisfictorily answer themselves. The PiTTSBi'tifiii Mystery apnpcrcon ducted wholly by colored persons comes to us this week with an improved appearance. The proprietors have procured good press, and expect soon to have new type. There is another improvement wo would in kindness suggest, one which it needs very much more care on the part of its proofreader. Its editor, Dr. Delany, is a man of talent, and we rejoice in every Well directed effort of the colored people to improve and elevato them selves. Mexico. As there has been war...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 18 September 1846

POETRY. The Boy la Heaven. Onu Summer eve, seven I'.'lle boys Wcr.- playing al the '"H Seven Utile In) y R, so Icuut'iful Ilei-ul ' a castle wall. And while they played, nr. ,lhcr ciiiif. And stood iimong tin'ni there A liltlp liny, Willi gentle rtn, Anil thick and curl.rig Inir. The dollies he mi bis body w in', Were nf linen fine and while, Ami Hits girdle ihal.was r 1 1 , . I h im waist Was like ilia morning light. Awhile ii stood ninl looked at them, Looked lovingly amJ smiled, 'Till tint o lit in the eldest s iid "Whence romest limit, ('air child ? Art thou tho son of some creal king. Or in some secret d. ire, II ist Ik i n renct'.ili-il ? (or until now I never saw thy I'.iCe. Il'.virll'nt thou upon t'n- Wi-io.llaiiil lull, Or in i!i" forest low ? Or dust thou civile the running (leer, A hauler, with tliy how ! And tell in', what wi' I, woodland nunc, They, unto thee, have given 1" " I ni'V n 1 1 i'il inn Willie, lie saM "on Tney call me so in heaven. Eirth Mt father with kinrr...

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