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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

FARM FOR SAL'S. THE SUBSCRIBERS OFFER AT PRIVATE SALE, their farm, situate in Robeson township, Berks county, about 9 miles south of Reading, and 4 miles west of Birdsboro'containing about 100 acres, of which about 74 acres is farm land, under good cultivation and good fences, about 6 acres of meadow, the remainder wood and sprout land. The improvements are a large new two-story M9TOME DWELLING HOUSE, containing g rooms and kitchen, a Stone Swiss barn, with elder _preFS and house attached, a new two-story stone wagon-bonse and corn crib, frame shop, frame bog stable; all the buildings under roofs nearly new. A first class ORCHAliD of choice fruit, a pump near the door and two springs not far distant, both of excellent and never-failing water. A public road passes through the middle of said farm, it bei ng convenient to Mills. Churches, Schools, &c, A _food title will be given and _termg made easy. For further particulars, see either of the subscribers residing in the city ...

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

FOR RSN1. THE STORE AND DWELLING HOUSE ON tbe Main street in the borongh of _Womelsdorf, being the same building In which the Odd Fellows' Hallisloca-Mted. This is a favorable opening for a business man, as tbereisnow but one Store In the borough. Possession given on the 1st of April, 1S63. Terms easy. Apply to dec 13-101*] J. C. LIVINGOOD. To Lease on Favorable Terms, qpHE COAL PROPERTY KNOWN AS THE |_ *' Old Forge Coal Company," situated abont foar miles from Scran ton, on the Bloomsburg Railroad. Said property can be pat in good working order at a comparatively small expeneeand contracts can be entered Irto for immediate delivery of Coal. For further particulars enquire or , or addiess Gen. K. PHINNET, Scranton, Peuna. THOMAS SMULL. No. 76 Gold StreetNew-Yorkor A. V. STOUT, President of Shoe and nov 22-Smo] teat her Bank, New-York. AUDITOR'S NOTICE. • rpiTR UNDERSIGNED AUDITOR. APPOINT-_|_ ED by the Orphans' Court of Berks county,- to audit,, re-settle and re-state tbe acco...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

READING MARKET Fkiday, January!), 1S63. Wheat (prime white) Buckwheat Flour per per bushel *1 45 100 lbs. 2 00 Wheat, (prime red) ' Pork <jft 100 fts. 8 00 per bushel 1 • ''¦> Beef (hind quarter) Rye do 0'. per 100 pomidH 8@9 00 Corn (old) * do (iO Beef (fore _qti»rt«r) Goru(new) do 05 per 100 _ponad_«7@8 00 Corn Meal do fiO Hams per pound 10 Oats do 47 Shonlderb do 7 Flaxseed do 1 30 Flitch do 7 Clovorseed do 4 SO Dried IJeef, do 13 Timothy seed do 2 2> Table Butter do '-il Barley do 70 |l,nmp Bntter do 20 Potatoes do 55 iFiricin flutter do — Sweet _Potatoes do 16 Tallow do 9J_4 Salt ' do 00 \l,ATd ' do 8 Salt per Sank I 40 _JHides, Itaw do 7 and 8 Wheat Fluor (extra Best Old Rye Whiskey, family white) _sjfl bbl. 7 50 per gallon 70 to 1 00 Wheat Flour (extra Comraoa Whiskey, per _fnm. white) IP H!ii fts 3 75 I _gallon 27 to 31 Wh»:it Flonr (extra. iFlnxsnedOil ap gallon 80 family) per Barrel 6 50 _Ekjcs per dozen 21 Wheat Flour (extra Stnae Coal (stove, e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

DAVID NEFF, No. 25 PENN (MARKET SQUARE) STREET, READING, IS NOW OPENING A _LAROE AND CHOICE ASSORTMENT OP _MMISS. Mm tDDM v Comprising In part LUPIH'S GOLD MEDAL FRENCH _XKSRXNOES_, In assorted select colors. Paris Fancy all-wool De Laines, Highland Plaids , Plain and Printed Cashmeres, Plain and Printed Repps, Figured and Plaid Valencias , Worsted Satin Fancies , Muslin De Laines, Printed Parramattas_, Silk Warp Alpacca, Madonna Cloth, all-wool 8cotch Plaids, Calicoes, Muslins, _ainghams, Cheoks, Flannels, Ticking, Cotton Flannels, Drillings, Colored Cambrics, Paper CambricsHosiery, Suspenders. Gloves, Silk, Linen and Cotton _Handkerchiefs, Patent Thread, Spool CoHop_, SOLDIER'S SLEEPING CAPS, BRA WERS AND . 8I1IRT8, MILITARY BUCKSKIN _OLOVES, UNION JACKETS, Also—«OO SHAWLS, of various brands and quality. MBNS' AND SOTS' WEAR In great variety, just received—together with, numerous other Domestic and Foreign. _umr ooox_^si Too numerous to classify—all of which will be sold for...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

DIED. On Friday, January 9, 1S63, in Oley township, Berks county, 1'eiekGdi.din, aged 45 years. On the 7th _inst., lu this city, Marv Lokuacre, aged 48 years. Oa the 5th inst., in _Kutztown_, Jacob B. Humbert, aged about 24 years. Oo the id in«t,, In .this cily, Jruj. _Achilla, youngest _duuiititor of _Wrtiifcni and Julia Howe, aged 1 year, 4 months and 1 day. Ou the 1st inst, in _Engalsville, Nicholas Geesh, aged 95 yea-, h, 5 mouths and 20 days. Ou the 1st inst., iu _Engelsville, _Georqb Bauer, aged 37 years and 20 days. Oa tha 30th nit., in this city, John, son of Jacob and Mary Eve Lanfersweiler, aged 14 years, 9 months and 1 day. On the _KOth alt.. In OaUbronkdd.U> ELIZABETH, wife of Samuel Bauer, aged 6;» years, 11 months and 25 days. On the 2St!i ult. in this city, Albert Harbison, son of William and Catharine Greath_, aged 2 years, S mouths and 9 days. On the 27th ult., in Exeter, Marv Elizabethdaughter of Peter and Anna, Keehn_, agtd G yearb, 1 mouth and 9 days. On...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

PHILADELPHIA MARKET. Thorsdat, Jan. 9, 1969. _FCOUR AND GRAIN.—The Flour market is more _actire, and holders generally are firmer in tbeir views and less anxious to m>11 ; 3J0 bbls _Northwest extra family sold at _$(j 87J4; 1S0J do Ohio do at $7@7 20, the latter for a selected brand and 2.100 do western do mostly on terms kept private. The sales to the trails ranee at $6@6 25 for su-)f)l flue; $3 50@7 for extras; $7@7 75 for extra family, and s8@8 00 _f) bbl for fancy brands, as in quality. Bye Flour Is dull at $3 2.1, and Pennsylvania Corn Meal scarce and to demand at $;i 75 _f) bbl. The receipts to-day are 3400 bbU flour, 10,130 _bnahels wheat. 5000 do corn, and 7300 do oats. There is lest activity in Wheat, and only some 2000 @J)00 bus have been disposed of, mostly at $1 47 @1 48 for good Pennsylvania reds, in store ; choice lots are generally held higher. Of white, the sales ara also limited at from $1 6si to *l 80. the latter tor prime Kentucky. Uye la steady at 9t@9i&...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

TABRANT'S EFFERVESCENT SELTZER APERIENT. rnHIS VALUABLE AND POPULAR MEDIJ_ cine has universally received tbe most favorable recommend»tlouH of the MEDICAL _PnOfESDION and th_« POBJ.TC_, as the most Efficient and Aoreeablr SALINE APERIENT. U may bB n8ed wlth lfce beBt eff_«et in Bilious and Febrile Diseases, _Costlveness, Sick Headache NanseaLoss of AppetiteIndigestion, Acidity of the Stoumcu, Torpidity of the Liver, Gout, Rheumatic Affections, QfftVel, Plies, and all complaint). WHERE A GENTLE AND COOLING APERIENT OR PURGATIVE IS REQUIRED. It is particularly adapted Io tbe wants of Travellers by Sea and Land, Residents of Hot ClimatesPersons of Sedentary HabitsInvalids and Convalescents; Captains of VesmlH aud-Planter * will find It a valnable addition to their Medicine Chests. It In In the _form or a powder, carefully pat np In bottles, to keep In any climate, and merely requires water poured upon It to produce a delightful effervescent beverage. Numerous testimonials from profes...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

A PROCLAMATION WHEREAS, THE HON. W. J. WOODWARD, Esquire, President of the _. Conrt of Common fleas in the twenty-third district, consisting of the county ol BerkH, in _Pennsylvania, David Sciiali. and Giiorok D. Stitzbl. Esquires, Justices of tbe Conrts of Oyer aud Termiuer_, Quarter Sessionsand General Jail Delivery, for the trial of all _capital and other oueoders, In the said county of Berksby tbeir precept to uio directed, tested ut Heading, tlie 3rd day of _November, A. D., 1862, have _ontered_'a Court of Common Pleas, General Quarter _Scshions_, Oyer and Terminer and General Jail Delivery, to.be held at Heading, ou tho third Monday in January next _.'Xwhich will be the 19th day of said month) to contiune three weeks; NOTICE, therefore, is hereby given to the Mayor and Aldennun of tho city ot" Heading, the Coroner, the Justices of the l _' eaco, aud th« _Constables of the said county of Berks, that they are hy Ul<> _SadJ rraeept commanded to be _tliofe at 1...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

Electricity—Special Notice. THE SUBSCRIBER NOW FEELS FULLY prepared, and accordingly makes the following liberal offer of his services to the public. He will undertake the cure of the following disorders, upon the condition that he receives no pay until the cure is completed, viz: Asthma, Neuralgia, Sore Throat, _Khaumattsn_^ Laryngitis, Dyspepsia. Lockjaw, Constipation of the Bowels, Paralysis. Scarlet Fever, Nervous Debility, Chills and Fever, All sorts of sores, and all diseases of the skin, including Warts. CHARLHS LANCASTER, Medical Blectriolan, dec 13-lf] Fonrth _street, abdVa P«nn, Beading. Estate of Daniel Hain, late of Lower Heidelberg township, Berks County, deceased. ¦YTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT LETIX TER8 of Administration to tha estate or Daniel Hain. late of Lower Heidelberg township, Berks county, deceased, bave been granted to the subscriber, residing in the same township. All persons indebted to said estate, are requested to make payment forthwith, and all hav...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

Real Estate Broker. T HE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING TAKEN A License, under the Internal Revenue Act, to purchase and sell Real Estate, rent Honses, collect Rents, Ac, for others, would respectfully announce to.tbe public in general that he Is ready at all times to attend to all business In this line with _panotuality. Would also state that I have a number of Dwelling: Houses and _Bntldiug Lots for sale, in different parts of tlie city. PHILIP ZIEBBR_, dec 27-3t] N. E. Corner of Sth and Fenn _Sts., Reading. DR. D. LLEWELLYN" BEAVER, United States Pension Surgeon. TjiXAMINATIONS OP INVALID PENSIONFj ER8 and applicants for Pensions, from any State, and of both the Arm; and Navy, made at the corner of Fifth and Walnnt street, Heading. 43-Office hours—from 12 to 2 _PJU. Pec. 20-3mo._] WATCHES, GOLD AND SILYEB, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY. _« RELIABLE IN QUALITY AND AT LOW Jf *\ Prices. Watch Repairihu.—Watches pnt In pertCr_^ _J. ferct order and every one wa rranted for one year. mtlm JACOB L0DKN, nov...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

ORPHANS' COURT SALE. "QURSUANT TO AN ORDER OF THE ORPHANS' COURT of Berks cunty, will be sold at public vendneon Saturdaytbe 24;h day of JanuaryA. D. 1_SS3, at tbe public house of Henry Bamhart, in the _villase nf Pricetown, _Kasoomhmanor township, Berks _coanty, tha following described Real Estate, viz: No. 1.—All that messuage, tenement and tract of land, situate in said 'ownnhip of Ruscombmanor, bounded by lands of the late Thomas Dnmm, lands of late Daniel Ely, lands of late John Olinger_, and by other lands of late Thomas Durom, deceased: containing 23 acret and 11 per-McIibb . The improvements are a large two-story STONE DWELLING HOUSE, (lately built) and a convenient Los Barn with Stable. Tbe tract is all arable and in good cultivation. No. 2.—A Tract of Land, also situate in said RuEcombmanor township, bounded by the Public Koad leading from Reading to Walnuttown, bv lands of Samuel Noll, Daniel Gottsball. and by lands belonging to tbe Public School Di.-trictof said Rnscon...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

READING SAVINGS BANK. INCORPORATED SCAT 11, 1855. CAPITAL, 950,000. Banking House, East _Matkti Square, North Side, Beading-, Pa. T-VEPOSITS RECEIVED PROM TEN CENTS 1 / to Tea Thousand DollarsMoney is received go deposit from 9 A. M. to S P.M.; and on Wednesday and Saturday evenings from 7 P. M. to 9 P. M. Interest will be allowed at tbe rate of Five per cent, pel annum, on all sums remaining on deposit, for one year 01 more. On sums remaining less than a year, Interest will be allowed at the rate of Four per cent, per annum. 4*- Alt the assets of the Bank and _Oieindivtdnal prb_$ erty of the stockholders, are liable for the payment of Deposits. Persons who have money to depoRit, are invited to call at the Banking House for farther information. DIRECTORS. David Yoder, Gideon Sktdbb_, Michael Grcbbr, Conrad Eebkr, Daniel B. Lorah , * Conrad X. Beidleb. A, P, Boas. President—X. V. BOAS. CashiM—ADAM LEIZE. _fdec 27-ly

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

WANTSD. 4 LOAN OF $1000 WJLL BE TAKEN ON A i Valuable Property. For particulars, call at ec 27-3t] THIS OFFICE. Fresh Crackers. SUGARSODAi FARINA, ALMOND, GINGER and Water Crackers, _ftesh. and tor sale at „„„.„ August 16] ___J_ B. PISBLKR'B. WASHING- MADE EASY. PATENT GALVANIZED IRON-FRAME Clothes Wringers, warranted to give satisfaction or we will f efnnd the money. Gall and me them, at lee. 20—3t] OSO. LERCH & CO'S. SOAP OF ALL GRADES, FROM 6_J TO 12 _lnC _fft?6i rP<>nnd > at B. DISBLIB'B. FOR THE WAR P OWDER, SHOT, CAPS, CARXftl&QBS, &o. by [Sept.*)] _O1O. _LBBOHftOO.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

628 HUTCHENSON'S 628 HOOP SKIRT ST_7FFOB.TBR_, "PATENTED BY HOPKINS, AND MANUFACX ture _* <«>ly at tt« Pmiadelphia Hoop Skirt Manufactory, 62S Arch street, and for sale Wholesale and Retail. It _sbonld claim the attention of every lady, and need only be seen to be appreciated. If once worn in connection wltb any Hoop Skirt, it will not be dispensed with. HOOP SKIHTS In gf4it V&rUt? f6r LkiliiHlftS&g And Children, constantly on hand and made to order. Qualities and Prices of which should claim the especial attention of both dealers and consumers. O_> TERMS CASH. HOPKINS, dec 27-3mo] 628 Arch Street, Philadelphia.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

$4O,968,S16 08 Deduct amount redeemed at the State Treasury during the fiscal year ending November 30.1S62. via: 5 per cent State _wtocks, 268,800 49 4U per cent State stocks, .10.000 00 4 per cent State stocks, 10;,_000 00 Interest certificate!), 17 25 Belief notes. 1,4_H 00 Domestic creditors' certificates, 64 Si Military Loan, per act of April 12,1861, redeemed, 100,00.) 03

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

HKB«n$ft WlTHl. FOR THE 55TH PENNSYLVANIA _jbhblibe: m_^ _mjgm: ~_ns:i«r rmr_^ COL. ft. WHITE, NOW AT BEAUFORT, SOUTH CAROLINA, OR ANY PENNSYLVANIA REGIMENT NOW IN SERVICE. A KLE-BODIED YOUNG MEN AllE WANTED c\to 1111 lip tlio Kt_*KlincDtH now in the wryiw of tlie Uuited Sta_._lvt_<. The uuiiersigued bus opciu:d «¦ Recruiting1 Rendezvous At Henry H. MunderUch's Hotel, iu Ibe Jiorotlt?h of Wonieladorf. Linut. G. M. PARSONS, Of BStb Kegimont Puuunylvania Volunteers, AusuKts_^-Jt*] _Kouniliing Officer. _RioracE. A PIIEMIUM WILL BE PAID ON <3_tOXjI>, OXjX> SHj."_^_T3_SHL, —AND—I»-A._«. J&J3L._JSTX5_Z. _JNTOTOEJS* AT THE EXCHANGE AND BANKING OFFICE —0 F—G.V7.GOODRICH, READING, Pa. August 10, 1861-tf] FRAPJECLBN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA. OFFICE, _Nos. 435 AND 437 CHESTNUT STREET. Capital, $400,000 00 Perpetual _PremlnmB, - - $924,345 11 LesBfivel_'erCent. - - 46,217 26 $S78,127 85 Unexpired Temporary Premiums, 203,633 95 Less for the por...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

_CONSTITUTION WATER. TBB &REAT K. E Ml £ D "Sf FOU THE c?<^i| ff;j_5»*_3ci 3;i rxj''acxo3_>_r AND THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY rou • Di£k&mTm& AIv'l_) DISEASES OF TUB KIDNEYS AND BLADDER. These. Drtngermix and Tronlilrstnae Diseasesinliioh htive thux far _Ktsixttd tlw. h:M directed Treatment, can tie Cninjiktehi ConlrolhdhiiVic RE M ED Y now before iw! THE CURATIVE properties of tlie medicine direct themselves to the organs of secretion, and by so alluring tbe condition of the stomach and liver that the starchy principle of the food is not converted into sugar ko long as the system is under the inllueace of the CONSTITUTION WATKTi, winch gives those organs time to recover their healthy totio and vigor. We are able to state that the Constitution Water has cured overy case of Diabetes in which it has been given. STONE IN THE _BLADDER. CALCULUS. GRAVEL, BRICK DUST DEPOSITS. AND MUCOUS OR MILKY _DISCHARGES AFTER URlNA TINGDisease occurring: from one ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

DR. WM. B. HURD'S NON-ADHESIVE NEURALGIA PLASTERS FOR THE CUHB OF _NEURALGIA, or Toothache, p roduced by colds. LOCAL NEURALGIA is immediately cured by their application. They act like a charm , and are perfectly harmless in their nature ; do not produce a blister , and leave no unpleasant results. DR. WM. B. HURD'S NEURALGIA PLASTERS neyer fail to give satisfaction to all who test their virtue. These articles are prepared at Dr. Hurd's Dental Office, No. 77 Fourth Street, .Brooklyn, _H. D. Price, only 15 Cents each. A liberal discount made to dealers. ' Address Principal Office, Tribune Buildings, No. X Spruce at., N. _TT. Sold also by Caswell, Mack & Co., Fifth Avenue Hotel; J. & I. Qoddingtou, 715 Broadway ; D. S. Barnes, 202 Broadway.— Sold in PhLb'.delphia, by Dyott & Co., 232 North Second street; O. S. Hubbell, 1410 Chestnut street; Harvey Birch & Bros., Reading; and by all Druggists. Notice.—We are daily receiving orders to send by mail s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

WEST END HARDWARE STORE. Corner Fenn and Third Streets, Opposite the Plough and Harrow Hotel, READING, PA. JOHN M'KNIGHT, WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALER. _IW HARDWARE, STEEL, NAILS, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, DRUGS. Dye Stuffs, &c. «•« MERCHANT & BAR IRON, HOLLOW WARE, CLDAR WARE, LOOKING GLASSES, &,c. January 18, 18G2-ly CURE THAT COUGH OF YOURS. Use the Best. Surest and Cheapest Remedy the World has ever Produced. Only 13 and 25 Cents Per Bottle. Madame ZADOC POSTEK'S GREAT COUGH REMEDY.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

_iy Ik x stirring lyric* written and set to music by Mr. Richard S. Willis, he says :— Twenty millions held at bay ! Why, Northmen, why ? Less than half maintain the day ! Why, Northmen, -why ? With the sturdy iron will, With the pluck, the dash, the skill, With the blood of Bunker Hill,— Why, Northmen, why ? A cotemporary states that the "why " of this Is to be found in the;fact that brains are wanting in Washington. Very likely. _jff gr- Bubke had once risen in the House of Commons, with some papers in his hand, on the subject of which he intended to make a motion, when a rough-hewn member started up and •aid:—' Mr. Speaker, I hope the honorable gentleman does not mean to read that large bundle of papers, Jind to bore _w wnh ulong c;-t;t;o>< im-j the bargain.' Mr. Burke was eo swollen or rather so nearly s uffocated with rage, as to be incapable of utterance, and absolutely ran out of the House. George Selwyn remarked that it was the only time he had seen the fab...

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