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FRIDAY—APRIL 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 April 1864

- ilnDA-APnr L 21. The court oponed at nino o'clock this morning. I"OiIInERY UNDERI AntS. James Monks was indicted for having committed a mail robbery at Laggan, on the 28th December last, being armed. Prisoner 'pleaded not guilty, and Was defended by Mr. Simpson; 'attorney Mlr. \Valsh. WVilliam 1Hughos sworn, deposed: I am senior constable in the police; I apprehended prisoner on the 20th of January last, on a charge of highway rob bory; Ilirst saw prisoner and another man on horse hack; both galloped off as soon as they saw the police party of which I was one; I overtook the prcsoner after four hours' chase; the other man escaped; when I told prisoner the chargo, he denied his guilt, and said he would prove an alibi on his trial; pri soner's horse escaped into the bush at the time; it was a bay hors, with a switch tail and Roman noss. William Hollannd sworn, deposed : I was employed in'Dlecember to carry the mail between Tuuna, Loggan, and Goulbirn; on the 28th December Mr. Chard ...

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To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 April 1864

To thle Editor of thIe lrerald and Chronicle. S"l, if p oeet edit pemeit allow moe to make nf rem rks 00mn thte eeo of .er. ltrnbtrook, Iotly fiPund guilty of coon sloaghtecr I bellivo upoo the ground that Ilo hncolotelercd to o patiut tWo drochms of c fluted sulphiuro noid who aterwards died. -. If cohnoel lad tcen employed cld mediotl eidonene called ror toe dcuroe, no rteh conviction to oil umano probabhlity coulid hav taten plae. - Teodroehmtaeo ciluted sulpoltrio acid toleon upna a fIll or Onueopty stomach would not polson e porson, nor account foe the post joortc. npneoarances dtesritoed" I hcaco knowcan larner u toollty taken by ocoldout mysolf wtthout,produoicg nny serious result. , I com boacod to1 the opicoloo I lhny oepressed iy other prec: tttionoers ,lti cwlooa I hova oonversed. I am poertly dlsintereostedn, neverc having seen, and not noowing Mr. IIobnrook. Commnt is needlessde __ A ,OVs IIt OF JUSTIC)P.

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SYDNEY SUMMARY. THURSDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 April 1864

SYDNEY SUMMAIlY. TU~evsAY afternoon. WE have little news here, and altogether the wooke has boon about as dull a one as can well be imagined. Lotters received from Kiama state that Mr. Parkeos's election is regarded as cortain. WVhat re sualts may follow the return of this veteran politician to public lifo remain to be seen. Many people an ticipato that he will be a thorn in thie side of the present ministry; but my opinion is that hle will be rather favourableo to their retention of ollico, with the view of keeping out the Cowper party. No doubt he would prefer lhaving a following of his own; but hle cannot reasonably expect it during the exislt once of the present Assembly. On Saturday night Mir. Holroyd, secretary for worls, proceeds to IlMaitland, and on Monday he proposes to open the MIorpoth lrailway. 'lThe Hunter was too late to tow off the IKombla steamer from the position in which she had grounded in the Clyde, that service having just been performed by thle Blacke Swan, wh...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.] SYDNEY, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 April 1864

TELEORIJAP'IIIC .iNh'LLIOGEN CE [FROMI O00 CORnESI'ONDENTO.o -40-- SYDNEY, Friday night. Tu'i Mourray Cutoms Staff haveR been appointed to day. Forgorios hmounting to a thousand pounds by cheomical moans have boon discoverod, and a femalo rra boeen arrested charged with the ofofence. The robbers of the Quirindi mail have boon arrested. The rotorns of the polling for Kiama, so for as they have yet come in, give Parken a majority of 100. Ilia election is therefore safe. The following io the result of yemterd4y 'i tend to-day's racing at Landwiok : FIIuOT DAY-TmIuanAr. First RaIe-TI'lo Autumn Metropolitan BIaiden Plati of 160 soves., together with a swoopstakos of 10 ovea. each. Duteh ...,.................... ... . . .. ,. ..., 1 . Sccond liaco.--''ho First 'Year of the Fotrtlh N. S. 'V. Bliennial, for: two-year.olds. Tamworth .......... ......... .................. .;.... 1 Thiai R;ce.--Tho Optional Soiling Stakes of 3 sova.o/ch, with 10 soay. added. Poi ntt ....................;; ......

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FATAL ACCIDENT AT ARALURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 April 1864

:Prhu' Accn?sos AT A.??.siboN.-Intelligoneo has renchod"town :to the offsot that 'Mr. "F. ltrorwn, pinnist,, who has for. some years boon a resident of the district, and peont a considerable portion of that timeo at Little.liver, died on Mondiy from the elects' f a 'fidal 'from a horser on Sunday lnst. )ecensed' will beat: be remeombered in- his public c.pacity as having travelled with Mecssra. Oakey and Feouns:e their rounds of nontertailomeots at Ginin derra, Queanbeyan, Coomea, Gondaroo, Goulburn, aisd other'placos in the southern districtso, and if we rmedinbor rigihtly, he was o. native of Alsace. He has latterly beeon residing at MIr. W. 1H. Johnston'e, Ailuen, and was to have formed one of the corpn tnusictloe at the Odd-follows' dinner and ball at the Doneister'to-inorrow veouing. 'The particulars of the nceideit are as follows :-lt appears that the do cOasod was about to proceed to BImidwood on horne back to procuro the services of an oatsorchcr for a femalo expected to be ...

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THURSDAY—APRIL 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 April 1864

TILUDsAY-0A AI.nL 28. The court re-opened at ten o'clock this morning. A?niONEAR NB N5GENOIROnE.,. cGeorgo WVhit6wus chalmrg~ed with having, in the district of Bungendoro, on' th'o 24th October last, committed an offenco againsinaturo, and also a rape on.the person of Sarah..A n ,Drown. The prisoner pliaded not gilljy, and was un doelbnded, the court declining to assign counsel, as it appeared that he had means of his own sufficient to provide for his defenqce S arah Ann Brown is a child of nine years of age. On the day named sho was is a back-yard, at Isor aunt's, inthe district of 'Dungendoro, when prisoner laid hold of' her and then and there violated her person. RIobert Lattimer sworn: Iam a sergeant in the police; arrested prisoner on the 25th October last; chlsgod him with imnofibnce againstnature, and also with rap(; on his way to Queanboyan prisoner asked moe did I think.'he would be hanged; I answored that I thouglit not; in the look-up at Queanboyan he acknowledged to .mo ...

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A MAN WITHOUT A COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 April 1864

A MAN w?InOUT A COUxT?r'.-A curious article has been published in the Atlantic Monthly, giving dates, names of officials and vessels of war, as intended to be taken as literal fact. It is a history of Philip Nolan, who is described as having been, in 1805, a lieutenantin thile United States army, and who became implicated with Burr in somo of his schemes of treason. Nolan was tried by court-martial, found guilty, and, when asked if he had anything to say why he had not been faithful to the United States, he replied, "- the United States! I wish I may never hear of thoUnitedStates again." The court-martial, it is taid, took him at his word, and sentenced him to.bo henceforth a man without a country. The authorities at Washington approved the sentence, and, immediately after, Nolan was transported to a'government vessel bound on a long cruise. Fronm that time up to the hour of his death -a period of nearly sixty years-the United States -became to him as if they never had existed. When...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. GOULBURN ASSIZES. WEDNESDAY—APRIL 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 April 1864

LOCAL AND PIYVINCIAL. GOULBTURN ASSIZES. WVI:oNrES nA'-Al'sRIL 27. Tiu: court re.opened this morning at nine o'clock. S OIRP.-SBTI:ALING AT TOWRA.NO. John IcConnell, junior, was placed at the bar charged willth stealing a horse, the property of Ccorge Collins, on the 2nd April lnat, at Towrang. Tho prisoner pleaded not guilty, and was do· fended iy Mr. Simpson; attorney, Mr. Gannon. Tile Attorney-Generail stated tohe case to thleojury, and called Georgo Collins, who, being sworn, doeposed: I live not Towrang; I missed a dark bay mare on the lst April last, branded I over I with F alongside near oloulder; 1 saw her last MIonday night for tihe first tilmc since I lost her. John iBarr sworn: I know George Collins and also the prisoner at the bar; I know tlhe darke bay maro outsicde the couart, branded I over I with F alongside near shloulder, and also a fresh brand, 1I; I saw prisoner on the 2nd April, at sunrise, near Towrang, riding ti1e mare, and spoke to him. Croa-examined by Mr. S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 4 May 1864

Ten Pounds Reward. . TOtLEN out of my lddock, oithor last night L'T(Friday) or this (Saturday) morning, a DARKIC COLOORED CHESNUT MARE, branded with a lasrgo T1 on the near shoulder, and TW undernneath -snmall brand, not very plain. The above reward will bo. paid, if stolon,, on convition or tlhe thief or thievesi or £1 on delivery to TIIOMAS WlIITEMAN, . Taradole, near Collector. April i, 1864. 712 Two Pounds, Reward. LOST RoM TRAtA, UNGoENDOlE, A BAY HORSE, about fifteen hanids high, branded near ahoulder. Any oirs6in delivering him to N . POWELL, Esq., lungendoro, will receivo tho above reward I or for information leading to his recovery, I hall th amount. ! (Signed) ANTHONY DENNY, 420 Tuaialn, lungcndore. Working Mon's Refreshment Rooms and Temperance Boarding-house. JOIN CARROL begs to inform visitors to Goul huorn that they will find comfort combined with chcapnoss and civility at the above rooms. i' Note the address, OPPOSITE BLATCHFORD'8, 859 AUBURN.STREET To Farmers, &a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 4 May 1864

* nales bij Rautiot1. Preliminary Notice. By order of the Trustees in the Assigned Estate of Mr. JOSEI'r EDGAS, Of Gundaroo. THE EVERTON ESTATE, sltuaotedoat Gundaroo, and comprising 840 ACRES OF RICII ARABLE LAND. P. DIGNAIM AND CO, Havn received instructions from the Trustees in the Assigned Estate of Mr. Jose1u EoIAI, to sell by public auction, AT AN EARLY DATE, 'fIHE EVERTON .ESTATE, AS Full particulars. with day of sale, terms, &c,, will be given in an early issue. TITLE GUARANTEED. 728 Preliminary Notice. THE BORO H1VN, WITII 1910 ACRES OF LAND. Sherwin's rlats, COMPRISING 1510 ACRES OF LAND, THE PICK OF ARGYLEI P. DIGNAM AND CO. Have received inslrcetions to sell by public auction, ON A DAY IN MAYv, TO OE NA3IED IN AN EARLY ISSUE, 'I'I?JE ABOVE HIGIILY VALUABLE PRO 1 ?PERTIES, full particulars of which will shortly appear. In the meantimo private offers will be received. Apply to the AUCTIONEERS, or to C. II. WALSH, Esq., Solicitor, Goulburn. 725 Wednesday, 4th MVay, ...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. GOULBURN ASSIZES. SATURDAY, APRIL. 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 4 May 1864

LOCAL AnID PiOVYINCIAL. GOULIIURIN ASSIZES. * ATuO)llav, AIsrs. 30, Top. Court re-opened this morning at nino o'clock. The jury who had boeen lockued up iall night con sidoring the case of William Dunn, charged with being concerned in the Cooma mail robbery on the 2(ith December llast, came into court without having ngreed on a verdict; and thie foreman informing his Hlonor that they wore not likely to agroo, tlhey -waro accordingly discharged, and the prisoner was romanded. ASAULTIT WITI IaTENT TO 11011 N?AR IliRiI.tA. Thomas 3rallack was indicted for that he, on the Slet January lost, on thie Ooulborn road, did aasault, writhl intent to rob, one oJane Woods. P]'riaonner ploeaded not guilty, and was undofondcd. William Malbon oworn: I ai a sub-inspector of police, stationed at Bcrrimna; on the 2nd January I received information of an nassnult, with intent to rob; fromn thel information received I arrcented pri Soner; he was wlying under n dray aIt tie tilme, about •throb miloes fro...

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THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND, April 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 4 May 1864

THE WAR IN NEW ZEALA~ND. (Fromn thOe cojrwaondent vf the S. M. Irralt.) AUCKrLAN, April 16. Tne sovereo handling which the natirves received at Orakau has produced a considerablo otffect upon them. In the first place, its result was, as I think I men tioned in my lost letter, to nmakelo the men who held MIaungatoutari eovacuate it at once. This was a great evil in itself,'as no place chosen by thie Mories in this war was better calculated to afford us an easy victory over them, or to prevent them escaping their fiito by retreat. The nmin bIody, hlowever, which left Itauhgatautari, after' being joined by the rem nr?nt of the defenders of Orakau, did not retrueat above three miles, but stopped at a pllace clled Porewa, where there used to be a populous village, and where are still some fortifications, although neither strong nor extensive. The course they pursued there was characteristic of people very despondent about their prospects. No effort seems to have been made to keep up the ...

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MONDAY—MAY 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 4 May 1864

MONDAY-M1AY 2. Tiho court opened at ten o'clock this morning. LORMlEVY NEAR TYOUNG. Daniel Ryan and Walter Toodles woroindicted for having committed a larceny at Littleo V Wombat, 3urrangong, on the 23rd December last, by robbing one Eliz Lewis of a gun, the property of her hus hanld, they being armed at the time. Prisoners pleaded not guilty. Ryan was defended by Mr. Isaaoo; attorney Mr. Waloh. Toodles was undefended. Tilhe Attorney-General opened the ease, aind called John O'Blrion, who deposed: I am a senior con otableo of piolico; I arrested prisoner Ryan on the let of January, at tMurrumburrah ; told him he was clharged with robbery under arms; he denied all hnowledgo of the occurrence; I arrested Toodles the same day, iabout eight miles froom Murrnuri hurrah; I told him the chargo; he denied it; the night of thlo 23rd December was moonlight. Christmas William Jones deposed: I live at Demnondrillo station, near Murromburrah; I knoesa womnan named Eliza Lewisn; oshe lives on the...

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To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 4 May 1864

To the editor of tle reral od d paranlcle. DEun Sso,-In advortising the soiroee for the benefit of the Norwood Nationol School, I stated that "some of the members of the 1'hilharmonic Society had kiindly promised their services." I was under the impression that the ladies and gentlemen who had promised to assist were members of that society. I have been since informed that such, with one exception, was not the case, and the Phillharmonists are a little annoyed that their name should have been used without their authlority. To the members of that society I can only say that I feel sorry for the mistakp, and to assure them that it must bhe charged only to my ignorance. Trusting this oxplanation will be satisfactory, I am, dear Sir, Yours fiaithfully, JOIHN JAS. MIARTYR, Teacher of Naorwood National School. Norwood National School, May 2nd, 186i .

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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 4 May 1864

tIOULItUIoN W IOLI3ALI P100E8 tiOhtlNOT. : 07,roo, s,.'to Bo. ld,'? bultel.l ?: Floor, tine, £23 tY ton'; aeeonda, £2. Pollard, ls. 44. t bnshel. 'Otao d lO. Idu. 0 e, ,l ' l,,: , .,'; .'.*Iaut,, 2 Os. 0 o£4?'ton: · . ltd. to 8n. · 3". ¶t(L t·nol /hirlea, freslo, ltd. to 1d. ? Lb • ?ljl. ; 'l lb t . lid Ct-her,,, 4d. it lb. • ' -?'"'' !'' .:.,?. l)neno. ld. to 7d. rlb. 'Peoteoes. 'tod. b 3d? .. " ', Ontloi,,, 8t. to 10t. boowt. . o. al !aoltlt, prino, iYm I 3,101t:io t e £4;med hmiot3d "i m , ' ,, Shep;llo.,to t2s.td. 50 bond. . ::'Plt9, td: to 4d.50 lb. IdroJ (retail), Id. to 44. 5 lb. - Mutto n(retail), 4d, ?b lb. "faln~c, £:10 In £34 ? ton. r ', , ?: ]e ? Itdes ts. toIo. hno "'. . ''\.":? i S hcejud,toa, 'ltd.; tveolted' 7d. 0' lb. Oarrtlnos 51 too-Sydney to Oolburn, £4; floolburn to Syd o'" ney,.£l to £8 10s. ; Uoulbore to L?bbilng rlot, £4 ; notul born to Adolong, £9; (toulteuru to lToout, £6; Coultirn to ltoodr, £0 to ." £7 oulburq to Woggo Waggo, £lO. to'£i. .. t.'n,.. ont , ...

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SYDNEY SUMMARY. MONDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 4 May 1864

SYDNEY SUMMAIRY. SMo?DaY afternoon. Ton final rlsult of the Kiama election shows Mr. Prarls victorious over Dr. Hamilton by a majority of Iui, theo numbbr being for Parkea .116; for namilton 320. The colony may be congratulated 6n the result; for we now have a veteran and able politician in place of a man who acknowledges that he is only "lcarning politics," and who otherwise on the hustings proved himself to be not only of no ability, but positively silly. Dr. Hamilton was very oneorgetically supported by those who would fain see the question of Mtate aid re-opened; but I pro sumo tha'thelo good soehso of the community tauoght them to regard the question as done withll and deter mindd." ??r611 events the result is as I have men ioned. On the 22nd instant, the electors of Raymond Termace held a meeting aid passed resolutions call ing on their representative, Lieutenant Sadleir, to resign. They state tlt lie isn't up to the mark in point of intellectual vigour and energy; but it is q...

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 4 May 1864

COMEIZRCIAL. (IOULBURIN', 'tolledy everlng. Wrc.rT AND Pl.,OUr.-At Connlly'e Mill :--lonn flour, *23 per ton; scconld, £Lo; If lorsse thn htalf Ion, 1«. per 100 II. oxtra: wheat, 7l. to 8». 00. per bushel, the latteorfor prlimo naplc, plump onu elen0; - pollere mtod bean, Ic. 4Ii per '.AtoEmnnicl'e Nllltt-FTtte leotr, 2E3 per'ton; «ceomll, £22; it ler tLhimnn hlf tIon, Is. per 100lIb. extr. wlheant, 7. to 8s. Od. lpoer bushel ; pullnrl and bran, Il. 4d. pier bushol. SrnxE, Ilonsa MrAKFuT.-- ?r. r. 0 nartyet rcport«:--T'loro hiner leen, eneey pinquiries for stron 'seorriemlolo broken-in horser, during tihe post wreek purtlculnrly for. r wel.bred, p etandhIg, young hrneess horera; ende the mnrket hoe In os eqtlonuco mnlfestod Increool nct rltty. ' Tleo 'eprlces Iar slightly Improved, norlt Ilnoe rngedl mt fromU £10 to £O;.tIBhti tnloiA er, I'owov,' slllnctt to'enlnulesR.-. Threo dlraft oft frcsl.hlsorlc wero.eoll since lnserceiortvla:: 2 e2 hend bclonging to ,Mr; Clarlera 'Alistcir, n...

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THE LATE MR. DISTRICT COURT JUDGE CALLAGHAN. To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 4 May 1864

THE LATE MIR. DISTRICT COURT JUDGE CALLAGHAN. To the Editor of theo IOerald an Chronioe.. ; Smo--Thero is, it appears, a very general foeeling prdvailing in the several districtsin which Judge Callaghan held his courts, to erect to his memory tablets,-on account of the respect in which he was hold, and the impartiality he showed as a district judge. . Iemorials of this kind are very good in their way. It is on record that the lhmily of Judge Callaghan are not in affluent circumstances; on the contrary his sudden and premature death left his family ill provided for. The question then arises if it would not be better to give to his family that which is intended for these tablets. X havo never appeared in Mr. C.'s courts, either as plaintiff or defendant, nor am I at this moment conscious that I have appeared in any court in the colony, in either charactr. If there be a subscription for the widow and children of JTudge Callaughan, throughout the several court districts of the south, I ...

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 4 May 1864

WRII~nhTAY.RDAY .. -j1 61 TIIUIIO)AY . ,5'31 3101 2

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 4 May 1864

AUSTRALASIAN FREEMASONS' IHALL HOTEL 191, York-street, Sydney: ALFRED BRADFORD, proprietor. FIRST-CLASS A CCOMMIIODATION for gentle men. Private families will at this hotel find the corn forts of a home. 1712 Produce Stores, ESSRS. DURIhIAMI and IRWIN are prepared to receive wool, sheepsklins, tallow, hides, &c., for sale by auction or privately, at their Produce Stores, Circular Quay, Sydney. Liberal advances made on wool, sheepsklins, tallow, and hides consigned to them for sale or shipment. Circular Quay, Sydney. 116 TO 52750KEES. " RRETT'S TWIST, genuine. sound, and war B ranted. Best American HONEYDEWV, 6s. per lb. PIPES, in meerschaum, wood, clay, &e., from 3d. to £1 each. 3316 At 0f. ME BARR'S. SCOTT, WILLIAMS, & (CO, (LATE CHARLES SCOTT AND CO.) 899, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, OPPOSITE TIlE ROYAL IIOTEL, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL IRON MIONGERS, AND Importers of Saddlery, &c., &o. 411 LONDON TAVERN, Auburn-street, Goulburn, FORMIERLY "THE IARP,"...

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