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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 28 April 1854

FREMONT JOURNAL: JOHN MASTIN, Publisher, & Proprietor. '-" Th JvnNl. I nublislicd everv Friday morn, (if Offlrt In BlfcVlmd'' Hriek building third iiltri Fremonl, Sendosky county, Ohio. TERMS. .Bint I copyi p" Tear, l sdvance, $1 ."0 faid within the ear, 800 Sown euliscrihers will be charged !fl ,o. I lie dif Terence in tlietormsbeHveen the price on papers ' delirred in town slid thus sent by mail, Is occa rbned by theeirriensc ofcnrn ing. "II nw toSiVi'p A PrKn. -First rp t li a I von h a ve Iplild for it p to the time yon wish it In strip; notify '(Ma Post Master of ynnr desire, and ask him to no tify the publisher, under his frnitk , ( n he in author red to do) of your wiili to discontinue. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Vie squsre 13 lines- first insert ion . . . . OSfl Do each adi'iit'iofia linserVion. 23 Do Tr.re months SOU fc Six month.. 3 50 One venr S 00 - Two squares Six mouths Do . Una year Tlalf oolnmn One year. . . X)nt c6tnwn One yer-.-. . .. GOO ..10 00 .. 18 on 30 00 Busi...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 28 April 1854

THREE DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. ARRIVAL OF THE ASIA. Turin C rotting the Danuhe Russians in m Tight Place Slight Decline in Bread "' stuff. NEW YORK, April 20. The Asia arrived at noon. She bring Liver pool datet the 8th inst. Tho Arabia nnived out on the morning of the 6th; the Washington at Southampton the tame day. No battles yet on the Baltic. The 'Russians are dismantling their for (roses on the island of Aland. Napier's fleet is still at Kioge Bay. Navigation is open to St. Petersburg. The allied fleets entered the Bla k Sea tn effect s movement in conjunction with Omar Pscha. They have ateered for Varna. As soon as hostilities commence in the Baltic, the Emperor ud the Russians, will remove to Moscow. . As soon as hostilities eo romance, the Rus sians will abandon all their fortresses in Dob rudja. Their position is considered eritieal. Reinforeements are called for. The Turks are falling back in good order The Turks have beaten Gen. Besarack, in Les ser Asia, and forced him ha...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 28 April 1854

Ignorance and Slavery. Slavery ii a two edged (word. It cud both w. Il make rirt men wbn know lav plitics itnd nothing else, and " puor white trash," as the nrgroei call liicm, whose Vote are null in compnrti-os) willi thn slave ' oligarchs. One effect of Slavery ii to keep the white masse in such brutal Ignorance, 4 It at they re ruled like Uvea on a plantation, far A original political views Are concern, views growing nut of education. I lie con dilio of Louisiana, for example, U a due ihiii pie of the Utn and prospect of Eilitcitimi in the 3 mlh, and of the effect of the peculiar institution on the wliilc. It srems thai the 8tatu Superintendent has recently veiled the tchools in all parts of the Mute, nml has made very lonff report to the Li-iM-.liilure. Th following statement from this documents shows (hat altltou r'i tho school-nutter may bn a fcroid, lie has not jet accomplished much in LrfHiRinna : " A local, parochial and State supcrviiion of the schools m what is most neede...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 28 April 1854

Romance in Real Life. Mr. 0 usiumiiiflr the name cf Jonct, 'roe yr linoe, puroliMed n small piece of lund, and built on it a nont houso on the edge v( m com moo in Wiltshire. Here he long resided, unknowing, end nlinost unknown, by lb neighborhood. Various conjectures were formed rr-sretin thin anlilnrr and orne notice of him, end occasionally inviting ! I'. 1 I 1 1 . I... him to his house, he found him possessed of intelligence and manners trhicb evidently in dicated his origin to hnve been in tho higher ttMions of life. Returning one tiny fiom n vis it M thia clergy rmin'8, he parsed tho house of a farmer at tho door of which was the daughter employed at Iho washing-tub. Hi! looked at the girl a moment, and thus accost ed her: "My gifl would you like to get mar ried ? bocauso if you would, I will marry you." ' Lord, sir! theso are strange questions from a man I never saw in my life litfore." "Very likely," replied Mr. Jone., "but how ever, I am seiious and will leave yon till ten ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 5 May 1854

FREMONT JOURNAL: JOHN MASTIN, Publsiher, & Proprietor. The Jouaajtle published averv FrMiv morn. Inr Office la Bockbind'a Brick Building lliird lory) Fremonl, Sandusky county, Ohio. TERMS. Bingte eopy, per year, In advance. 1 30 Paid within the rear, 2 Oil i own subscribers willbe charged! 75. Thedit fereuce In the terms between the price an paper deli erd in town and those aent by mail.isocce i ned by the expense of carrying. How to Stop a PArsn. rirttsenthat von have paid for It np to the time Too wiah it to Mop; notify the Post Masterofyourdoslrc, andaek him tn no til thpnbliher,ii nder hia frattk,(aa he Is author ted to do) of your wish to discontinue. RATES OF ADVERTISING. ?he square 13 lines first inaertion $050 Do each addiliona lineerlion 25 Da Threemnnthe 2 00 Do Bit month 3 50 Do - One vear. 5 00 Two squares Six mon(h. .............. . 6 00 Do Oiia rear 10 00 tlalCcolnmn One year 18 00 fine column One year 90 00 Business Directory. FREMONT JOURNAL JOB PRINTING OFFICE: ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 5 May 1854

LAWS OF OHIO. [PUBLISHED OFFICIALLY] [31] AN ACT to 6x snd provido fur holding tit terms of the ixuirl 01 Common Plea id the Fourth Judicial District of Ohio, Bee. 1 Da it enacted by tba General As sembly of the State of Ohio, That the terms of the Court of Common Plea shall be held in the several counties of the Fourth Judicial District of Ohio, as follows: I . FIRST SUB-DIVISION. Ia the county of Erie on the first Tues day of Fcbrunry, the third Monday of May, and tho third Monday of October. la the county of Huron on the fourth Tues day of February, tlis first Monday of Juni, and the first Monday of November. In the county of Sindusky on the second Monday of March, tho third Monday of June, and the third Monday of November. Id the county of Lucas on the fourth Mno day ofMarch, the first Monday of Juvl, and tho first Monday of December. Id the enmity of Ottowa on the secontl Monday of May, tho foui th Monday of July, SECOND SUB—DIVISION. In the county. of Lorain on the second Tues...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 5 May 1854

k olsim of action in his or her own name, ngninsl the seller of tlie intoxicating drink, bi null ns exemplar)' il.imagps ; mid a mar ried vromnfl slmll linve riht to bring suits, d'O Sro. 8 provides (Imt parsons violating (be 1st, 2nd, ntiil 3d sections almll pny not less I, luan $20 nor more Ihnn fOO and be impim- oned in tlio county juil for not less limn ten nor more limn tl'irly dnys, nnd piiy thu costs of prosecution, For violating tlio 4tli sec tion, tlie keeper of nny place therein tlecliirtd n nuisance, shall pay a line of not less limn $50 nor moru thnn $100, nnd bo imprisoned in tlie county not less than 20 nor mmo thnn 60 days, and the places so kept snd so declared nuisances, shall be shut up and aha ted upon the order of the Court until bond nnd security be iivun that intoxicating liquors (hall no longer bo there sold. This seel ion provides that the 1st and 4th sections e-IihII not extend to snle of wine Manufactured of the pure juice of the grape, cultivated ii tint S...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 5 May 1854

The First Marriage. Il M Dot good, Jehovah aid, , That man should be etonei TVe'll make for him helpmala ehaete, . Bene of M very bone Te be the eharer of hie joy, The solace of hi life, ' The wingless angel that wta tent, Intended for hit wife. Who (h (hia woman to thli mint The Mighty Father cried; I do th preclona boon confer, ' Tho ton of Qod replied, ... . Thn to lb man, hy Heaven, waa linked, Tho a west angalie fain ' When next tho Holjr Uhoat earn daw. And blast th happy pair. for bride and groom, In Eden'e bowers, A banquot rare waa a pread Tho Muses earn from Paradise, Anil deek'd tho bridal bed) Tho apotloaa gaeata that bid tham joy, War eng.l. from above, God mado, and watched, and tiad their hearta, With ilken eorda of loa Six Reasons for Planting an Orchard. 1. Would yon leave an to your children ? Plant in orchard. No other in veitraent of money end labor will in tho long run, put at well. 2. Would you make borne pleasant Ihe abode of aoeial virtues T Plant an orchard....

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 12 May 1854

FREMONT JOURNAL: JOHN MASTIN, Publsiher, & Proprietor. The Joprsmi. ia published every Friday rhrlrn Ing Office In liuckland'a Brick Building third lory! Fremont, Sandusky county, Ohio. TERMS. Single copy, per year, lit advance. $t Jf! Paid withia the year, 200 Town eubscriheri will be charged ' Thedil- ference in I hp tririe bet rtrte iJ Ihe price on pipers delirrred in town and t hose sent by mail, la occa aimed bytlieixpenaeofcarrying. llowToBror a PxntH. First seethat yon have paid far it up to the time you wikh il to atop; notify the Pout Master of ydurdusire, and ask him to no tify the publisher, uiidrr his frank,(aeheisiuthdr ted to ddj of your wilh to discontinue! RATES OF ADVERTISING: .. 2.") 2 on ""he square I3linea firal Inmtioh.. Do oach addlliona lideerlion. .. . Hu Tl,... mnnllil.l. po 8ix month Sn h. nm Year S l"wo squares Six Inontha 6 00 Do One year halfcolhtiin One year 18 0" fjne coluhln One year 30 00 Il " - - Business Directory. FREMONT JOURNAL JOB PRINTING ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 12 May 1854

LAWS OF OHIO. [PUBLISHED OFFICIALLY] [NO. 37.] AN ACT To establish the Superior Court of Cincinnati. 8e. 1. Be it enacted by tlm General As temblv rf the state of Ohio. Tlmt there shall ' fca.und here by is established within (lie city Ol Cincinnati, in (he county ot Mammon, n tourt of record, which shall be Myh'd '-The Superior Court of Cincinnati," nnd which ' BthaU consist of three judges. See. 2. Tho said judges slinll bo fleeted by the electors of the city of Cincinnati. They ' shall be voted for on one bolli)t. The fust election fur iid judges shall be held in that city on the fust Monday of May. A. I). 1851 The judges of said superior court.shiill.ini mediately nfter the first election tinder th's ' Net, be classified, by lot, so I'-nl one eh ill hold far tho term of three years, one fur four years,! nd one for five yenrs; nnd at nil subsequent the term ofeach of said judges shall i be for five years. Flections shall be held for the successors of siid j'ldgnfi, on the first M...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 12 May 1854

WASHINGTON, May 9th. In ilia Sinnle shvi'mI nirmniiuls wcrejiri" Honied, including tumu nyninsl tlio Ncbrnskn bill A resolution wn ndoprd ly culling for re ports of Messenfuril, l;ito l"!iiir,'C to Pari, on the ilidVrcnt systems of tlio pcrml code in Frnnco. A Lill wn. pi.crj payin? lo D vid L-ysle 830,000 for 1 .sac under conlract fur suj'i'ly in" Immp lo the Oovrrnmen'. Indian Appropriation Mil wits lakcn tip rvul doliatcd upon. Adjomncd. Itoi;ie On moti.in, went intc rommilloc on llto tVrlirnlin. li!l wltcn Mr. Iiiurr-oll mnili n speech on l!io Eiirepenn viir, lulvnr.i linix immediate dec iiiriil'uni of the principle tlmt the U. 8. wfiiild n"t permit llie search inrr of American fi 1 i ps. or die nvcrhnnlin.", of their pnpe:n. Mr. Pci liin', nf La.. r-pnlic on lite q'iest:on, enntendinitllirtt il wnsliij.Ii time our connlrv win nctinir in the runner. Tim Asuiciiitinn of tip- Medical St'p'tin lontlonla of Insane Asylit'en met l.i re this mnmirif. Dr. Luther 1i.il wns np'oinli'tl P...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 12 May 1854

Mr. Fillmore at Mongomery, Alabama. Tli steamer Magnolia, wilb Mr. Fillmore and lb Hon. John P. Kennedy on b'rd, did not trrir st our whirf until about 12 o'clock II. At sb approached the landing the two military companies of the city, the Bluos, com manded by Capt Owens, and the Rifles, com- maoded by Capt Thorn, were formed into line on the bluff, and the firing of minute funs gars Our distinguished guests Sn assurance of eordial welcome they were about to re-Minns , i : !,; l, in eeive the bank of the river being lined, in the meantime, br an immense concourse ol . . f , . i . i our citizens wb had ssserabled to welcome them into our midst. A. committee of gentle men waited upora the distinguished guests and escorted them to an open carriage drawn by four beautiful grey horses, which they en tered accompanied by the Mayor, Mr. C. R. Hansford, and the Hon. H. W. Hilliard. A procession was then formed, by the Marshal of the day, CoL Joel Riggs, assisted by Mr. John N. Perkins, and ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 19 May 1854

FREMONT JOURNAL: FREMONT JOURNAL: JOHN MASTIN, Publsiher, & Proprietor. The Ji)Obhi. li published sverv Friday morn lf(r Office In nncltland'a Brick rtnil(liiig-third lory Fremont, Sandusky count;, Ohio. TERMS. Single copv, per year, in advance. $1 SO rid withiii the year, 3 00 Town euhscribers will be charged $t 75. The dif ference in t ho terms between the price on papers (leliTered i n town and those eenl bjr mail, Is occa sioned by theexpens. ofcarrying. How to Stop a PArrR.-t'iHilsi'elhalyonhBve paid For it up to the time yon wish it to atop; notify tho Poet Master of your dosire, end ask him to no tify the publisher, under his frank, (at lie ia author ted to do) of your wish to discontinue. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Itir aqnare 1.1 lines firal Insertion $050 Do each addiliona linaerlion. . Do Three monthe.. Do Six monthe... Do One year Two squares Six monthe. Do One yenr.... Malfcolnmn One year. .. tjne column One year.... e 25 3 00 3 50 5 on 6 00 10 00 18 00 30 00 Business Di...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 19 May 1854

Kton or persons named in said warrant and tg him or them before the justice of the peace or mayor issuing said warrant nndupon tho return of mid warrant nerved, such jus tice of the pence or mayor shnll proceed to inquire into I lie truth of such complaint, un lets for good cause shown, n continuance is granted nt the inslanre of either party, and In esse the continuance of said nction ns .foresaid, the defendant or defendants ahull tor into recognizance to the Stile of Ohio, la such turn ns the jutif of tho p uce or mayor may deem reasonable, with security to the acceptance of luch justice or m iyor, con ditioned for the appearance of snid defend ant or defendants at the lime fixad fir thu hear ing cfs.tid complaint, pnd in default of such defendant or defundenls giving such rec fzn'innrc ns aforesaid, the defendant or de fendants shall be committed to the jail of the county to be safely kept uolil the time fixed for the hearing of said complaint; nnJ it tin' parties so recognised ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 19 May 1854

To County Auditors and Township Boards of Education. COLUMBUS, O, April 1854. The groat number of questions firming lin ger the present Sclinol Lnw, nnd the inipor tunco of hitvinrr n llirouyJi understanding, liy its officers, of tlio provisions of tlio law, nnd n uniform policy pursued in nil tlio counties, in its ndminislrntion, linve imposed tlio neces sity of 1) living some medium of commtin'tcntion with tluisfl officers; nnd the Commissioner lins gladly availed liimself of tlie Oliio Jour nal of Education fir tliis purpose. All m.i offii'.iul decissions nnd opinions linve been, nnd will continue to be, published in the Journal ; nod it i my opinion tlint County Auditors will bo justified in sub scribing for n copy for their own tlsn, nnd one (or more) for the Hoard of School Exam iners; nnd that township boards mny order it for the township clerk, nnd the clerk of ench sub district, n"ul include the cost of the game in their Annual estimato of money to be raised In accordance w...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 19 May 1854

AYER'S PUIS. FOB ALL THS PTJBPOSES 07 A FAMILY PHYSIC. Tumi has long existed a public demand for in affective purgative piU which could be relied on at awe and perfectly safe In ita operation. This ha been prepared to meet that demand, and an exten sive trial of ita virtues hae conclusively shown with what success it acoompliahea the purpose designed. It ia easy to make a physical pill, but not easy to make the best of all pills one which nhould have none of the objections, but all the advantages, of every other. This has been attempted hero, and with what success we would respectfully submit to the publie decision. It haa been unfortunate for the patient hitherto that almost every purgative medicine ia acrimonious and irritating to tho bow. els. This is not Many of them produce so much griping pain and revulsion in the system aa to more than counterbalance the good to be derived from them. These pills produce no irritktion or pain, unless it ariso from a previously existing obstruc...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 26 May 1854

FREMONT JOURNAL: FREMONT JOURNAL: JOHN MASTIN & ISAAC M. KEELER, Publishers and Proprietors. ' Th JnBuiiAt li published everr Friday morn Ine; Oflice la itiicliland's Brink building Ihifd story) Fremont, Sandusky oounty, Ohio, . TERMS, 8in(1e ropy, per year, In advance, flirt Paid within the year, .2 00 Town subscribers will be tharped $1 75. The dif -i ferknceln lliPtermslietiveeiithe priceon paper" deli itn A i n town and those tent by mail, is occa i)ned by lliesxpenee ofcarrying. , , , , IIowtoSthp APAriTn, Firalseethalyonheve pnid fur il up to the lima Von wish it to Mop: not if) the Poet Master of yon r desire, lid a ek hlni to no tify the publisher, under hie frank, (as tie is author led lo do) of your wih to discontinue, i ... f IIATF.S OF.ADVERTISINO. . tie srjuare 13 lines first insertion . r... $0 50) .; Do eanh addition. Iiueerliu.p. ...,, -i.i Da , , Three month. 3 00 Do " Six month... Do One year.... i Two squares Six monllie. - Do . One yeur.... Ilulf column One y...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 26 May 1854

K 1 1 1 rt from which th Mint ba bea collected. ' Ceo. S. This Ml (ball Ukt effect from and after it page. Sec. 4. That iction thirty-thrte of the aot prescribing the duties of supervisor, and re fating I rovi an i highways, pitted February IS It -aled. W. B. VAN HOOK, Speaker the House of Rep's pro tem. JAMES MYERS. President of the Senate. President of the Senate. April 7, 1854. (No. 09 AIJ ACT . To amend an acl entitled "an act to provide for the organisation of Cities and incorpo rated Village- patted Mar 8d 1852. and the set amendatory thereto, passed, March , 1110.1953. V 80. I Be it enacted br th genera! assem bly of tha State of Ohio, Tint any city whose tsrrliorr ia contiguous to that of another city or incorporated riling, may, with tha astent of such other city or incorporated village, es tablished and m.iintain tuch portion of its wa'sr-works, at italial! deem advisable, with in the limits of such other city or incorporated village, and shall have the right to make use o...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 26 May 1854

NEBRASKA BILL PASSEDI ' AND THS HOMESTEAD BILL LOST! Still lhr W Asylum for the Laadltee, at WM. B. KRtlrLKst'S New Clothing Store, AND ' TAILORINO tSTAHLlSHMENTt W have added eaa rod la th eno-hora Store. THE Bnderslgeed weald respectfully Inform hie eld friend and the publio generallyi that tia baa Jnal received, and ia now opening thai Chaapakti Bet-eleeted, and moat Splendid kort ratal or New Goods, Ever enVee! ia that eectioaof eoantry. Coaeiat Ing of blae and black Broadcloth Caaairnara Bet. Irisl, Tweed. Jaaaa, Samme elath, aad Imi talioe Broadclothe, striped, figarsd, embeoedorsd, fane aad plaia Vtiag. ... 1 held snyeelf la readiness la eat aad maka ta rdr aajr of lb above goed InlaCeaU, f ant", ar V ala. en lha abnrtaat paaaiMa Botic, aad Ooad Fit WARRANTED. RE A D Y- if A DF CLOTHING. Tina black broadcloth Coat, aad Caala af Ma li intra, tweeds, aad alinelst also, for aammer Wear light tweeda, iinitalion broadcloth, linen, anion and corded linan roata, pantaloon and Veals,...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 26 May 1854

roB ill ths rrairoeM of a FAMILY PHYSIC. Thfkb haa long existed t public demand for aa - affective pnrjratrre pill which could be relied on at enr and perfectly eat tn 1U operation. This haa been iirepared to moat that domand, and an ax ten air trial of ita virtues haa conclusively shown with ' what awecea It asteoraplivhee tha purpose designed. It la easy to maka a physical jh, but not easy to- 1 tnako the bust of all p.' one which nhould have . nana of tha objections, but all tha advantages, of a Tory olhar. This haa bam attempted horo, and with wht success w would respectfully snlrrnit la the pnblia decision. It haa been unfortunate for ' tha patient hitherto that almost every purgative medicine la acrrmonirms and Irritating to tha bow -Ihia ia tint. Manx of thorn produce ao in tub. fmnma tudn and revulsion In thr? avatem as to mora i than r.n' in t M'Ki ! n ,if- thtt oAnit I M H .-ri vi-l fmm Ihera, Xhcaa pilU produce no Irritation or pain, unless it arise from a previously exis...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
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