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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 8 May 1863

%\_t Mtm\ j . The News thfa Morning. 'ihe Baltimore American of last evening says: The gratifying news from General Hooker contained in our morning edition has been somewhat dashed by the*intelligence we publish this afternoon, to the effect thit on Tuesd&i night be again re-crossed " the Rappahanbo< k with his whole army. The annonncemc at tf this _retrograde movement , which was at i'rst doubled, has since been confirmed by ail 3ct telegraphic information from Washington. Th a Washington Chronicle also makes the same an louncement , so that it may how be regarded as a fixed fact that General Hooker has withdrawn his, army from the south n1e of the Rappahannock Whether this movement was a compulsory one* , ' or;from "prudential motives," as the Chronicle states, is not yet known. The extensive ex'._racis we lay before oar readers this afternoon, from Richmond papers of Tuesday, give most gratifying accounts of the _sqecess of the extensive raid bf General Stone...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 8 May 1863

_itleWcaL DE. JOHNSON B_^IjTIMORB L0€K HQSMTAL. T TAS discovered tiie most certain, speedy and J. X effectaal remedies in the world for DISEASES OF IMPflUDENGE. BMJHF IN SIX TO TWBLVB HOTJKS. NO MEBCUBY OB NOXIOUS DBUGS. A Cure Warranted, or No Charge, in from One to ' Two Daya. . Weakness of the Back , Affections of the Kidneys and Bladder, Involuntary discharges, Impotency, General Debility, Nervousness, .Dyspepsia, Languor, Low Spirits, Confusion of Ideas, Palpitation of the H<| art, Timidity, Tremblings, Dimness_.of Sight or _Giddinessj Disease of the Head, Throat, _NT_^ se or Skin. Affections.of the Liver, Lungs, Stcmach* or Bowels—those terrible_; disordera arising from the Solitary Habits of Youth—those Becret and solitary practices more fatal .to tbeir victims than the eong of Syrens to the Mariners of Ulysses, blighting_/their -most brilliant hopes or anticipations, renderingfinarriage , &c., impossible, -1 ¦ n_;-w ,., , ,.; • , f YOUNQ MEN J Especi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 8 May 1863

_JXtm _%bvext\ttmmtB [ DOCTOB A. H. STEVENS, _ELEOTBICAL {PHYSICIAN, is curing all CHBONIC DISEA SES, both of Ladies and Gentlemen, by a new method in the use of Electricity alone, without any Medicine,1 or even any Pain. BOARD may be had, with Treatment, by Pajients from abroad, at reasonable rates, in the Doctor's Family. LETTEBS applying for cbxmlars or further information will be promptly answered. Office and Residence at 1418 SOUTH PBNN SQUARE, tr^*a§w_^il _as aelig htful part_^_fWhe city. ' ' V Cut this out ' for future reference. ) ap8-d3i&w3m rpBW WEST* _CHESTESfi iOA^)_Elit, AN$ , I MIUTABY INSTITUTE, at West Chester, Pa ' ., will . resume the du'fies of the Summer Ttjrm'(full five months) On the first of May next. Boys and young men _thoroughly prepared for college or business. French ,German and Spanish _taughV hy ndm _residentieaehen. The Military _De partment is nnder the charge of Major Gastt _fvas Eckendorff. Instructor in Gymnastics, PioK Lew _' iC' ;...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 8 May 1863

JfetD _^_Injcrttsenuntfi. HAERISBURQ. PA, POST OFFICE Departure and Arrival or the Malls, On and after Monday, April 20th, 1863, the mails will close as follows: NOBTHBRN CENTRAL BAILROAD. NORTH.—Way Mati—For all places between Harrisburg, and Lock Haven, and Elmira, N. Y., at.. 12 M 1 For Lock Haven, Wil- - liam«port and Lewis-/ burg:....;..;.. ' ..,... 9P.M. SOUTH.—Wat MAH-For aU , places between Harrisburg and Baltimore, : Md., and Washington, D.C _. at. ;....... ,12 M For Washington, DjC, Baltimore, Md., .and . . York, Pa., at.... . 9 P M. LEBANON VALLEY BAILROAD. EAST.—Wat Mail—For' all ' places betwoen»iHarris-, * burg, Eastonand Phil- «,. ' adelphia > via Reading. . 7 A. M . For Beadhig and Pottaville......,:.... . 12.3a P:M PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.!- .Wat MAtt—For, ,a11_^ '''¦ ' ' : ; . places between Harrisi 7 H burg and Philaijelphia 6.30 A. M \ For Philadelphia :and 1 Lancaster..... ' . ' .!.... 12 M ) For NewYoiK, Phila_^ delphia, Lancaster, Co- ; s ,. [...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 8 May 1863

|' 'iHiscJellancottf. CORNER OF MARKET ST AM) _MAEKET SQUaEE, HARBTSBFfiG, PA. _lOSEFH P. _McCIELLiir, PROPBIBTOB-(_aacnonxT _oomstjchsd bt wklm cov«bi,t_.) This is aJFirstCla-s Hotel, and located in the central part-df*i_|e city. It is kept in_'the best manner, and _itff_^_atrons will find _eyety_^accom modation to be toet with in the beet houses in the countrv. * 8e30-dtf _UNITED STATES HOTEL. Jbietilted 4 and RepoV_^ted. L. W. TEN EYCK, PaopRisroB. ; _fp Uls popular and commodious Hotel has I _boim newly refitted and fum _' _sbed through-! out ite parlors and chambers, _audjs now rea4y foi the reception of _guest_^ for the _wintetj season. J I ho traveling public Trill find the- OnUea States [lout the most convenient in all partfcii- ' _lars, of any Hotel in the State Capita!, on < ac-| count of ite access to the railroed, being imme-J _didluly between the two great deooita in . this city. ' e t\ )' \'\ _HAttarsBURQ. Dec. 29. 1862.-6m _' • *¦ { SMITII A EW1_JVG, ATTO...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 8 May 1863

: i _*Mm _3. _bocrtt0cmtnts, Ayer_'s _Compotuid Extract Sarsaparilla. *V[*p one remedy is more-needed m this coun-X_^l try than a reliable Alterative , but the sick have been so outrageously cheated by the worthlees preparations ,of ,S*rsaparilla abroad that they are _disgusted even with ' the name. Yet the drug canhot be blamed for the Impositions from wbich they have suffered. Moat of the _sorcalled _SarsapariUas in the maiket contain little of the virtues of SareaparilU or anything else. They are mere slops—inert and worthless while a concentrated extract of 'the active variety of Sareaparilla compounded with Dock _^ _Stillingia, Iodine, etc., is, as it ever will bo, a powerful alterative and an effectual remedy. Sach is Ayer's Extract of Sarsaparilla, ss its rruly wonderfal cures of the great variety of complaints which require an alterative •medi cine have _abundantly shown. Do not, therefore, discaid _^ ihis invaluable medicine, ' _because yo_^ have been ' iniposed upon by...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 8 May 1863

!1!<; TELEGllAm IS _PUBLISHED '' ' MORNING AND EVENI NG, y GEORGEBEEGNEE Office Third Street, near Walnut. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. SINGLE SUBSCRIPTION. The Daily Telegraph is served to subscript n lie City at 6 cents per week. Yearly _bankers will be charged $4 00 in advance. Wkehxy Telegraph. 'J he Telegraph is also published weekly and tustttd to subscribers at the following cash »gle _copies, weekly.......... $1 00 ia ( .-opit-s, to one postoffice 9.00 reuty " " " ...17.00 _AiVBBTiamo Bates.—The following are the *» for advertising in the Telegraph.; Those jdug advertising to do will findit donvenieht_* reference. §_T Four lines or less constitute one-half are. Eight lines or more than font ccnstiiss a square. a _^^^HHH *•!-¦ . v _^ cr **¦ _w _* - so oro* 30 _ko _>-» _h* m - ' ¦ o S o-»-oc i-3o_<_£>cotsi-r>-' . . •?<: tor —T-, "3 ? OOCtrOinciiooi-JBIXlOtt 5 _S? » Bo oocqSaag _SSSSoo •? on . S _ll I & gSS&gggggjg ¦ f if ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 8 May 1863

BL'JRSVILLE FEMALE _SEMINARY. A HOMfi FOP ' _YOUiW ' LADIES. RE V. S. H. Shbkubt_,A.JM?;_jULfi P.TfSHKPiiBT_, Pr incipal; aided by a full corps of excellent _JJeacherB. Accommodations ipr sixty boarding _Aoh_. olars. T _^ hia Seminary—now In its _eleventh year—with ite pleasant _eurrbundings/'and appropriate _aooonicnodatiqns and apparatus, _conr _t _inues to comrnend itself to all who' desire , tne best _culture in all which pertains ' to female _AHnmtinn ' " ' J J1 ' . ,Tbem8.—jBoard aud Tuiton_^in regular course and Latin,, per session of five ' montljs_, $6_Q 00. L_^8trnm " entaT _MlusicJ inClutling|?Chc rough Bass and Vocal _dott_^Ve_, _5_w,, orittfQ meat approved meth _od , "' $18 * (_W. ' All/bnriahheBJof Drawing anjd ' P_^inting, in Water Colors ana Oil, from $6 00 to $12 ' 00. French" ' or Germau, $10 00. The next ,86881011, will commence Mky 11th. Qa_^og _nes_^ent dnappUcation. _9fli ,. { ' Esquire ot H, A _^ TKpmpsoD, _Eeq',' Shite De nartment. _Harriabdrgi, ' ' * ,L ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 8 May 1863

_Cjje gatlg €elf$raj)j} HAKBISBUBG, PA. Priday E¥enlDg, Hay 8, 1868. UWIOW STATE _COMVEHT1OM. The LOYAL CITIZENS OF PENNSYLVANIA, without di8tinctioa of party, who desire cordially to unite in sustaiuing the NATIONAL AND STATE ADMINISTRATIONS, in theirpatriotic efforts to suppress a sectional and un holy rebellion against the UNITY OP THE REPUBLIC, and who desire to support, by every power of the Government, our heroic brethren in arms, ¦ who are braving disease and the perils of the field to preserve the UNION OP OUB FATHERS, are requested to select a number of Delegates equal to their Legislative representatives of the State, at Buch times and in such manner as will best respond to the spirit of this ca_$ to meet In STATE CONVENTION , at PITTSBURG, on WEDNESDAY, the FIRST DAY OF JULY next, at eleven o'clock, a. h., on said day, to nominate candidates for the offices of GOVERNOR and JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT, and to take such measures as may be deemed ne cesgary to strengthen ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 8 May 1863

served to_, them for eight days subsistence, and tbe " consumption of botb stores and aod Ammunition «*_aa far grra_' _or thaD tbi supply. In order to leave our army aB free to operate against the enemy as possible, Gen. Hooker took no ammunition train _across the river—nothing but caissot-s fumi-htd our artillery. It was designed to have a large train of pack mules to follow tie army with supplies of all kinds, but this channel was found _psr tially _impracticable, and really iuefficieiit for 60 large an army, engaged with the enemy al most ince- santly. These were the principal causes which led to our retrograde movement, but these were not fall. There were others that I will recount when a movement now said to be iu progress shall have culminated for or against us. TH* BETBBAT. By daylight, on Monday morning, the entire army was in motion toward t>n _i _recrossing the Bappahannock. A large number of wounded men were removed • cross duriDg the previous day and evening. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 8 May 1863

Hooker's Army Safe and Beady for a New Movement. - «•¦ RESULT OF THS FIVE DAYS' _BUrLES. - ¦•» FEARFUL LOSS OS1 THE REBfiJLg. -+> THE RETREAT NO DISASTER. Geu Booker Visited by the President and Gen. _Hfttleck. ¦ ¦• ¦* _ ¦' . __^u_^..-. - Washington, May 7. a It is ascertainec_^from the front that the Army of the Potomac has arrived, with all itb material, at their old camps at Falmouth. The demonstration of Gen. Hooker has proved no disaster but simply a failure, owing to the impracticability of the positions which the army bad gained with so much skill aud energy. Less than three eighths of the whole foica waseogaged, or could be engaged, the ground being covered with forests, without any practicable roads. Tbe entire loss of killed, wounded _«and _miss _^ ing will not exceed 10,000, while the enemy's loss must have been the double of this. Honorable _ta out army, but lamentable for the country, tbe greatest proportion of our loss is in killed and wounded. but the only ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 8 May 1863

Our Available force; With no desire or intention to find fault with any one in power, and with no disposition to exaggerate mistakes or criticise abort-comings " , we still are _forced to admit, that the error of our entire operations against the traitors has betn that of not calling out oar whole available force. Tito men in power at Washington have had a bitter conspiracy to contend with—they have had the entire influence, sympathy and aid of European powers to counteract—they have had spies in the shape of loud mouthed friends in the various departments at Washington to ft us rate —and they have had a malignant party of political antagonists in the loyal States to appease and conciliate. No men in powtr ever were asked to _assume such responsibility. No Government ever was placed in such danger , with 83 much to defend it and so little to preserve it , with bo much at its command and _eo little really at its service, to maintain it from entire dissolution. With the force that...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 8 May 1863

How Can Yon Recognize a Sympathizer With Traitors? The residents of this city can answer the above question in a few words, as it was fairly presented to them _yestetdiy and this morning. We will answer it for our readers abroad. Yesterday about eleven o' clock we received a dispatch from Washington, giving a favorable account of the operations of General Hooker That account was immediately published in an extra _Telegraph and distributed gratuitously. No extras were issued of this news by the other Who Guided Stonei.:a.n. Iu the course of therebe1 news detailing the account of Gen. Stoneman's operations on the railroad and telegraph lines beyond Hanover Court House, it is stated, that '' 7hey were evidently guided by some one familiar xtn_' _.h the country. We have obtained his name, aud he is well known in Richmond " —Who ia he? Well, it matters not who he is. The fact alone is cheering, that there is one man in the South, willing to guide a divi sion of federal cavalry in i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 8 May 1863

E- BE. MATEEB , THE OLD BILL POSTER, HABBISBURG. ALL orders left at the Telegraph Printing office promptly attended to. Bills _caru fully posted and distributed. in$6d2w° POTATOEST 1 _Ki_^if_^ BUSHELS Potatoes for _sal« X9 tJKJ\_J cheap, by EBY & KUNKEL my6d4to HAMS AND SHOULDERS. Or\ ryr)_C% LBS - Prime Hama. 30,000 lbs. Bacon Shoulders, for sale cheap by my5d4t© EBY & KUNKEL. PB. J. _TIT. BECBTEL. DR. BECBTEL would inform the citizens of Harrisburg and vicinity that he will be £u the boarding house of Mrs. E. R. Vogel h Washington avenue, eight or ten days, only where he will be happy to see all wno later under chronic diseases, or if unable to- cail ht wfllcaUto see sick, if desired. Dr. Bechtel stands unrivalled in the core of _chrooic dis eases We advise all the afflicted to call and consult the Doctor. Charges moderate &c. _TOVOQiW ** PIANOS! STEINWAY-S , CHICKERING'S , BBADBUBY_' S, ILSLEY'S and GROVESTEEN'S. MELODEONS , &c, by PUipi, TBI...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 8 May 1863

3tet te €_*_fr«i OFFICIAL NEWS! FROM THE SECBETABY OF WAB —¦ —«•»— TO THS GOVERNOR OF PENNSYLVANIAThe Organization and the Efficiency . of the Army Unimpaired, Its Immediate Resumption of _Offenslre ; Operations. No Loss to Our Forces to Re-Crossing the Rappahannock. •' " ¦ ' ' »¦»' — _; ; WASHnraxojr , May 7, 1863. Governor of Pennsylvania;—The President and .General-in-Chief have just returned from the Army of the Potomac. The principal operation of General Hooker failed, bur there has been no serious disaster to the organization and effi ciency of the army. It in now occupying iU former position On the Rappahanuo:k, having re-crossed the river without any loss in the movement. Not more than one-third of General Hooker's force was engaged. General Stonemau's operations have bsen a brilliant _success. A part of this force advanced to withiu two miles of Richmond, and the enemy's communicitions have been cut in every direction. The Army of the Potomac will speedily re Bume off...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 8 May 1863

6BAND NATIONAL CIRCUS AND MODEL SHOW! _^_Tnder the Immediate Direction of Mrs Charles Warner, formerly MRS. DAN RICE _ftjftv_^ Will exhibi t at _^^_L _g Bjl HABRISBUBG _4|fl_^ | SF Thuhsdat_, May 14th, _^^ AFTERNOON and NIGHT. j _T^/l-, Admission 25 cents. _^^P_^^^^_S BSAT9 FOR _KVERTBODY . ^^^^ _TETE LARGEST COMPANY . . , IN THE WORLD! _jr** MOBB HOH3K8, POSIES ASD . ¦ ;_ _ ¦_- _MULKS. _"_^ - __ BrLTTER PERFORMERS, _^ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ B MORE OF 1E KM. -J_^_rfcai _fr cissirsK _ATrRicnoAs _^^_S_^^ FINER _ENTEBTAINMENT •^_SHBHS_^ Than have ever been given _^^_E ANY CIRCUS _^^fl_^_k_»v THAT BVKB BXHIBITKD IN BAB *£S_£WB _^ BI8BUBG. _^_I^^_S_^A _^ my6d5twlt _Wedaeaday, May 13lh, Carlisle. Thursday, May 14th, Harrisburg. Friday, May 15th, L»baion. Saturday, May 16th. _Reading.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 8 May 1863

Department of the Mississippi 109* OT A STBAMtK—THI ATTACKS OK OBAHD _niTT.v Aim HA INK*' Bum—M ' _OLKRHAIID AND LOGAN ON THB MAHCH TO PORT HUDSON. / Caibo_, May 7. The steamer Majesty _wbb burned yesterday, below Hickman. The fire waa first discovered in a pile of ma'trasses, and was doubtless the work *f an incendiary. She bad on board about 1,400 tons of commissary stores and 160 horses, and ell _exceot two were burned. By arrivals below, we learn that though tbe Cboctaw was struck several times, in the l»te attack on Haioea' Blcff, she was not injured so much as stated yesterday. From the Tennessee river we learn that a large camp of rebels is on tbe east side of the river, twelve miles below Duck river. Advices via _Millikeo's bend, /rom Grand Gulf to the 30ib, state that onr gunboats, after shelling the place for eight hoars on that day, passed below the batteries during the night, with transports having-troops on b mrd. Tbe casualties on cur side are reported at twent...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 8 May 1863

"_\NE BOTTLE OF SWING'S BLOODPHYSIO (very agreeable to the taste) is more effective in cleansing the circulation, and thus removing all diseases which aris_^_from an impure state of the blood, than on dozkn bottus or _Sabsa PArilt_.a_. It ie not a _Saraaparilla _, although it contains _aa much of th _^ at drug as U usually foqnd In preparations purporting to be pdxb 8arsiparilla. Rdepends for it»iuece*s upon a far more active depuratm agent. It contains not a particle of mercury, but oh the contrary ia the beBt antidote ever yet _discovered far the _rsvages of that inBidrdus and _dangarous poison. It is WABBABTBD to _^_dcivo out and thoroughl y remove all diseases which arise from an _mqntre circulation which are curable by any means. One dollar per bottle, six bottlee for $6 Principal depot • . : BWmG'S DBUG STOBB, 280 Baltimore street, Baltimore; ••*. . ' For sale in Harrisburg by « P. W GROSS & CO? , prnggfe_^ [apl7-lm_«

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 8 May 1863

Uii_* In H.irritburg, i-n Mv Ti'-. . " _*Ii- < ak , Bvbsb&l_, wifo oi Adj d-u. A L. Kti tbe 41st year of her _ag. Mrs. _Kussell was, _fmaj quite >-i:lv li: member of the Presbyter :.ku Chun.;. Htr cellendes and vittuts m'-._o bt=tkunvu u> ti , who knew her most intimat. ] y. but t- ¦ hearts of all who knew her she was .nieaby her kindness of heart ao<_i her g-t_.tU-. - .r. trusive piety. A life speut in act- »<f Chris; . duty and a living faith in the Sun nf G d her Redeemer, prepared her to meet do ith w; _- pious resignation, and a cheerful hope <>_t :v . ful resurrection. A loving mother and i voted wife is no more, bnt_^the afflicted hu_> i •¦ .. and friends need not "sorrow as tht>_so ¦*}).¦!.; no hope." ine friends ot tne lamuy are mviu-1 t . tend the funeral tomorrow (Sittintav .• o'clock, p. M., from the resideuce ot L r !. band on Front fetrett. This morning, May 8th. 1S63, _Mk ^;. QA.BETTB Hakhn...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 8 May 1863

Department of the Southwest A OAPTUBlAflDBXIBMIBB—BXFOBT8JBOM TSXA8—THB BBBEI, 6TBSSO.ni AT HOTOXOS—RXTOOBCS ¦WITS TO PBIOS AT _LTTTLB BOCK—A _OAYAIBT INVASION. St. Louis, May 7. General Blunt telegraphs to General Curtis that Colonel P illips crossed the Arkansas river on the night of April 24th, and attacked the rebel _forces that had been concentrating and fortifying at Weber's Falte, Indian Territory, routing them, and capturing all their camp equipage. A gentleman who left Shreeveport, La., on the 3d _inst., reports that the rebels have one gunboat and thirty transports between that point and _Alexandria. len thousand infantry are _reported at Houston, Texas. At Doaxviile _, the same gentleman saw five moanted | Texan regiments, under Gen. Spratcs_, _goine to Little. Bock to join Gen. Price's.— About 1,100 Indians, under Standwater _»nd Cooper, were sixteen miles west of Fort Smith. Price's troops for the invasion of _Missouri , u« all to be mounted, and were expected to ...

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