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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 30 November 1838

VIRMON IB If gmn -mr w "W" M ML tun lH m JLm VOL. V. -t-l-rr- BKATTLEBOHO, Vt A I iTkT rk itr in i it- " m - y-v n lIK.U t Jii 1tJL Jl lii x 3U, 1838. and I1 r stoci ck, tr Bon!' OMR nn b liich to a: lalen GteoiW DS,fi fine an' lars, &c aw St' 3 inst II ife,!"' .,! and nil Will just '"Board or? Visitors. Trustees. ERMONT ASYLUM'FOIt THE INSANE. iMKsiims s3 mil'" iigrir&OTo Hon. CHARLESlt. WILLIAMS,- How. SAMUEL S; PHELPS. Hon. JACOB COLLAMER, Hon. ISAAC F. UEDFIELD, SAMUEL CLAllK, Esq. EPAPHRO. SEYMOUR, Esi. JOHN C. HOLBROOK, Esq. ABA K.l'jX.ii.S, Jsq. J -4i Aa h WM. H. ROCKWELL, M. D. Superintendent and Vhjikiun. CHAUNCEY BOOTH, Jr. ,1s.sislanl, and Apothecary. MRS. ANN F. WILKINSON, Matron. REPORT. the Honorable the General Assembly of the Slate of Vermont : The Trustees of the Vermont Asylum for the Insane, respectfully bmit this their Second Annual REPORT; In consequenco of n Resolve of the last Legislature, making an proprintion for the enlargement of the accommodations...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 30 November 1838

VEUMOIVT PHCENIX. Friday Horning, .Nov. 30, 1(138. Escape of Theller and Dodge. One of the most daring nnd remarkable exploits of which we ever rend, wus the escape 01 hi mo two Canadian patriots, a thrilling account of which will be lounil on our last page. Massachusetts License Law. It seems nt length to be settled that this law mil be tns tamed. The Worcester Spy says, there will bft n considerable moioritv in both brunches of the Legislature in lavor of it, and that' Worcester nnd Franklin aro the only counties which lurve given majorities against it, while in several counties nearly all the repretc.itniives wore elected ns sup porters of it. The Salem Gnzelto says, that the recent election has returned so de cided a majority of "Temperance represen tatives," us to render o repeal of the law im possible. Thd Boston Recorder states, (hat thero will be nt least a majority of one hun dred in its favor in the house, nnd that the friends of tho cause need feel no anxiety on the subje...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 30 November 1838

in. t Mow Placed. ,nd intro. "d fair 'Pectaiion Unarmed. ,D indi. pratl, Bn(j nblrd, , 'er arnn. rettea. "ortberij rfVtfn Me lru nnrc OF " BILL JOHNSON," tjCCANEER OF THE LAKE. Idler to bis excellency Gov. Mur jjlcd, Ogdcosburgh, Nov, 18. ihnson was yesterday nrres n ii ii ;j a t ?.. . ifhnrlcs I . iiuriveii uuu it. . j units. i,.ee tnlles ouuvu v.yuuuouuiy ii. riu 111 . i I : u i- i... ht Ced and touuu hi mu wuuua uy mr driven from his covert Jpwurds a bay 'fjrcl 01. l-'""iul'u 'tviiviu io ouu my jnff lor nun wiiii u ruw uuui, rcnuy 10 him away. Mr, Jumes, however, . Tnlmonn nnlinrn Inlinrv nn. young hW., - ofhis bom, anu sccrcieu nts oars so (j) OIH u WIIHIIVV vs VUHll JV VIU I ..I .Ininn In tliuvitrstr f 1 ne is 1 niiv. ($I)CU uu w ... ...w, wv.j ,,ui- :y Burwen, wnero no was met oy Ho called aloud, 'my boat !' Ho rJcred by Mr J. to surrender but he il ho iv o i il u never ao so wiiiiu auve. innistol in each hand, ur.d swore jivotild sooner die than be taken, and J ltstl llm fi r...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 30 November 1838

I'KOM QUEBEC. We arrived in Quebec on Sunday ill tenth of June, nnd wore received nt th whnrf by ti strong gunrd ol the 1st regiment of Grenadier Guords, Her Majesty's House th hold Troocs. nnd escorted hv them to citadel, amid the groans and hisses and exe crations' of a Torv mob. prepared for th occasion; sput upon, reviled and tormented py them in every way their ingenuity could .invent; they followed us al the way, until tho gates of tho foil shut us out from them from their abuse ol us nnu ol our country. Wo were confined in ono of the bomb proof, casemnted rooms, tlial served as the prison for (he military prisoners. It was furnished ns an ordinary prison. Iron bedsteads, iron staples, on winch was placed boards for n table and tho ordinary benches it was about twelve feet broad and fifty feet deep two windows in the Iront strongly barred with iron and in the back part were small loop holes for musketry both in front nnd in the rear were placed board fences ol twelvo leet high...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 7 December 1838

VERMOBfTI PHffiJIII. VOL. V. BRATTLEBORO, Vt.J DECEMBER 7, 1838. NO 14. VERMONT ASYLUM FOR THE INSANE. concluded rno.H last week's rAPr.n. 81 t 2S 3240 24 10 4 "245 C 9 . 7 1 2S 19 .1 1 15 11 2C 8 0 in 52 1-2 per cent. so I -if per cent. 83 per cent. 55 1-2 per cent. 2 5 per cent. 8G 1-3 per cent . Whole number In tho Asylum the'past year . , Discharged during the past year , 01,1 cases . , - lteccnt cftscB , . . ' ' . Of tho 45 case discharged there have been Recovered . . , Improved . i . Unimproved ,:mU E,- s Died , Of the 23 old cns?s discharged there have been Recovered . .' . . Improved V Unimproved . . . Died ..... Of the 22 recent cases discharged there have Uocn Recovered . . . . Improved ..... Unimproved .... Died . . Of the 20 old cases that remain there nre Improved . . . ' . . Unimproved .... Or the 10 recent cases that remain there arc Improved . Unimproved . . . . Recovered or all the. coses discharged Recovered of all the old cases discharged Recovered or nil tho rec...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 7 December 1838

iijT t n rsco viz n y. 2r7j7? fUnnttomid Tomato Pills. Invaluable Medicine. Cfl Fdr"aira$eascrarisiilg from' impurities of the blood, morbid secretions of the Liver and Stomach, nnd.a substitute for CALUWWi, as nn alterative; and also, ns a cathartic ml'cvers and nil HilliOUs Aiiections. Extract, from the Synopsis of Dr. Phelps' Compound Tomato P'tlls," as contained in the "Medical Examiner," of August last: tmiIESE Pills having been tuny aim ex JL tcnsivclv tested in private practice by the inventor, niid also by several eminent phy sician. in all diseases depending upon impuri ties of the blood, morbid secretions of the sto mach and liver, and all Kinds 01 ousiruciiunsj likewise .n a substitute for Calomel, for a ca thartic in bilious affeci Ions are now offered to the public, as one of the most impottant anil useful discoveries ever made; the use and ben efits of which are secured to the proprietor by right of patent. , The extraordinary virtues of these pills, in a great degree,...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 7 December 1838

THE YICTORY IN NEW YORK. ., , Circular. 1 'i'lio Whig State Central Commillccs, ap pointed by the last General and Junior Con veriti6i)sr of the party .in this; Statu- for- the campaign which hns just closed, risk leave to tender their congratulations to their Whig nnd .Conservative brethren thtoughout the Union.'on lho decisive nnd glorious result of tho contest itl New York. After n strug gle Unequalled in intensity and animation by any ever known in this Statu a contest which hits enlisted more public interest and individual exertion tlmn any Stato Election than ever took place in this country, nnd which has brought out a vote groalor by thousands than was ever polled in this or any other State, are enabled to communicate the joyful intelligence that the Whig banner fl&nts In undisputed triumph from the ram parts of tho Empire Slate. The immediate results of this sweeping victory ore ns fol lows: A Wino Govkunoh or Nuw York, by n majority of nearly or quite 1 1,000 votes. A W...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 7 December 1838

8 n'l.-.t ,.,.,. A mill ilia strife 0 UCflcritv in""1"" , . patty euds, it is grealful to meet with one nble and willing 16 draw such n picture ns tho subjoined, without teierence io mui or its designs. U is from the pen .or tho ii!.ii trilnt nf fiiilcm. Massachusetts, nnd' may bo found in his 'collections of the Last Ten Years," published ti .two, U WW I .... ... . fAA ill a tin name of the Patriarch ol INo Bend was mentioned in connexion with the Presidency. ' . , "My duties and my travels occupied me in such a mnnner, us to nllow me few op portunities (or making individual estimates of character. Chanco brought me in con tad, and afterwards into considerable intima cy, with n gentleman, of whom very diflerent portraits have been drawn, Geuerrl Harri son. Of his urbanity, and general hospital Jty and kindness, I entertain the most grate ful recollections. 1 could desire no allen tions, no faeiliiies for discharging my duty, which ho did not proffer me. His house was open for publi...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 December 1838

K H VOL. V. BKATTLEBORO, TtBECEMBEIt 14, 1838. NO. 15. ritEsiDinT'5 ' MESSAGE. Fellow Citizens of the Senate ami House of iwprcscmaiives. I congratulate vjwfcpn the favorable cir cumstances in the condition of our country. wilder which you reassemble for the perfor mance ot your othcial dunes. Thouglt the anticipations of an nbundunt harvest have- not every where been realized, yet on the whole-, the labors ofthe husbandman are reworded with a bountiful harvest: industry prospers in its various channels of business nnd enterprise ; general health again pre vails inwugn our vast diversity or climate; nothing threatens, from abroad, the continu ance of extended peace; nor has any thing m uome impaired the strength or those frn ternal nnd domestic ties which constitute tho only guaranty to the success nnd permanen cy of our happy Union, and which, formed in the hour or peril, have hitherto been hon orably sustained through every vicissiude in our national affairs. The blcisintr. which ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 December 1838

7 those who tire allowed fo tiso the public funds, and make it their interest mm money should bo accumulated and expenditures multiplied. It is thus that n concenirnteu money power is tempted to become an active agent in political nfHiirs, and all past expert ence lias shown onwhich' side that influtmce will be'orrayed.i We deceive outselves if we sdnpose thatif will ever be found assert ing and- supportingUhe rights, of the com munity tit large, in opposition to the claims o! tho lew. . . In n Government whoso distinguishing characteristic should be n 'diffusion and e minliTtllinrinf lift hnncflts nnd burdens, the r. i .. i-:.,,l:...i. ..! uill hn ntipinentcd Ulf VlllllUlU Ul IIIUI T .U1....U ..... nt the expense ot tho mass ior mo peum.. Nor is it Ihe nature of combinations of the acquisition ol legislative influence, to confine Which they wcro originally formed. I lie fo nptalion to extend it loothei matters, is on, the contriiry, not unfrequently too strong to bo resisted." The ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 December 1838

OWWO.J VERMONT PUCE IV IX. .Friday Morning, Doc. 14, 1838. Tho Message, on tho whole, is n very res. I solves in readiness, nl a moment's warning, pcctabld one. It bears the marks of a man to assist tho civil authorities in suppressing who deems hunsolf doomed, and is deter- insurrection, and in ojecutinfr tho laws. CONGRESS. The Prfsident's Message. Little as there is of interest or importance in this document, we present it to our readers entire this week, and shall leave them to their own reflections upon ii,iwith few comments of our own. We would however call their attention to the al tered and subdued spirit which it manifests as contrasted with Mr. Van Burcu's last years Messages. Unlike them, it contains no refer ence to the elections, and for obvious reasons, It says nothing, as it did Inst .year, of the in fluence of the Banks in producing the result in the state of New York. It distinctly disavows hostility to bauks on the part of the govern ment, ntid the President thinks...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 December 1838

MAJOIl DOWNING. , ..tr r i liofrtn our renders r.-, r,nm nnr nint MV friend Major nf rtfiu-rnl mutters nnd " n t ,md f. nnd humbtg, ,,,, snl,nr second thoughts ofthe people" dont give him n hearty wel- come, wear very muc. ..; To the Editor of the New York Daily Ex-nrcss-the same paper my old frietld Mr. i D wight printed a spell ago, 1 Men New Yohk. last of November, 1838. ml-menThe "Two Pol iw" having ben considerably put back in hum out. ow.n ..L- .....r nf mixinir un ikam works- aboard on her, so as to make- her equal o the British folk's.-the "Great Western," and so forth. I hnint lind no time to look about mo of lute, or take much of a hnnd tn.tmy other public matter; but 1 Hud theic is con siderable work to be done elsewhere, and I have jist got n long and sad Letter from "Uncle Sam," who is awfully wamble crop'd nnd wants me. to come on to Washington ond help him over some of his troubles. He tells me hit bam is full of rats plenty ol straw, but little grain and also that th...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 December 1838

TERMOR T i F II E I X. 1 V fv & fT- VOL. V.. BRATTLEBOHO, Yt. ijECEMJ&EK 2 1 , 183S. NO. 16. FJERMOJVT JPHOEmX. rUBLISHKD EVKRY FRIDAY MOUNINO, DY WM. E. 11YTIIEK. Heal Estate for Sale, THE subscriber offers for sale 1 1 X iBr nl Astute lyinz in. Westminster, I I I j I mm ' ' nil. iviiunm utaiiuiu A . BmVt. One niece of Inml about lliirty acres, wilh the buildings thereon, (in good repair,) w.hcre he now resides. Also, about five ncrcs of lund and the buildings llicrcon, ndjoining ihe nbove mentioned lot, where John Reed formerly lived, Also four ncres of land lying on the Main Street near the Meeting House. Also forty-one acres of pasture and wood land lying within half n mile of the aforementioned premises. Ilcnlso calls on nil pcisom in said Westminister who are justly indebted to him (special contracts excepted) to make payment previous to the first day of March next, and no Lawer's fees will be required till after that time. Aod nil persons bavin? just claims on him are...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 December 1838

VERMONT PIICGIVIX Friday Mornliip, Dec. 31, 1838. PiNNBYLVANtA. The recent liotous proceed ings in Harrisburgh, by which it has been nl i.mniJ in rnntrol the organization and action nPiho T.pfrislature. bv a mob, is one of the most fearful and alarming signs of the times. It has often been remarked, that our govern ment is still but an experiment, and it remains n question involving no little doubt, whether our system win coiinnuu iu - , with sufficient. energy, in nil the emergencies 'which may arise. While intelligence and mo ral integrity prevail among the people, there is uo danger. But when party spirit runs high, and parties are nearly balanced, as to num bers, in any state, ami a considerable portion oftlU population is ignorant or unprincipled, how easy it must be lo create a civil war, is evident from the example already furnished in Pennsylvania. In such a case there scarcely seems to be nny conservative power. The of ficers of the stale have no force under their' control ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 December 1838

remain in possession of tho Castle, thu Mcx ican authorities retain full possession of tho city, exercising: all thoir functions as before, 1000 trobprdnly to remain tho balanco to go into tho interior. I was given. to understand thqt tho French Admiral hud issued circulars to all tho Con suls opening the port to all flags. Tho interior pf tho Castle, and almost all the lower batteries, nro destroyed by the ex plosions, and the effect of tho bombs. The bursting of a single bomb of 82 lbs. destroy ed the observatory as before mentioned, bury ing n number of troops, in its ruins. Tho Prince do Joinvjlle, in command of the sloop of war " Creole," behaved in a most gallant manner, which camu under my immediate observation, as I wns within pistol shot of tho French fleet when tho bombard ment commenced. Thus has this celebrated Cnsile.horetoforo deemed fmpregrinble, yielded to a petty forco after 5 1-2 hours' bombardment. The num ber of shot fired from tho French squadron is said to be u...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 December 1838

ml Poetry, , From the United Slates Gazette. THE WIFE TO HER SLEEPING HUS BAND. " The tie that binds ilie lioppy may be dear, hut that winch links the unfortunate id tender ncss unutterable." Four lustres, love, have passed away ; Since at (lie niter's side, Thy nuptial promise bless'd mine car, And I was called thy bride: Up sprung a thousand buds ol hope, To consecrate that hour: Alas 1 a thousand beauteous buds, That never came to (lower. For thou bast been in fortune's strife, A thing for sorrow's aim : Thy peerless mind and noble heart, Thy proud, unsullied name, But vainly serv'd to chase afar, " v The ills that llirong'd around, And every dream of promis'd bliss, A cause of grief was found. The churchyard shows its little mounds, Where long'linve dwelt beneath, Dear plants that on their vernal bloom, Were stricken down by death; And friends we loved grew cold and stern, As riches took their flight ; Arid all to thee, has chane'd to gloom, Where thou didst turn for light. Not ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 December 1838

j ii, Id f VBRMOKT P H E !f I t . ) )l ., . . (I nil ;"i VOL. V. BRA TTL EBOIO, Y.t. bBCEMBER 28, 1838. -ISO. 17. VERMONT PJIOEJV X. , runMsiiKD lmjitY friday MonMNOjky; TO. E. llYTIIElt. For tlio Vermont l'hicnix. There' many n waving Irco I've lecn, Witliiu llie form! wood, ' And 6ft licncalh' Ihcir brnncliet green, In oilier i.iy I'te tbo'dr' ( ' ' "''"'' I love the Oak, ita giant form, I love iu Fprrailing uliadc; Defying liolli tho blatt nnil Hurm, It lifn il lowering head. I lovo tlic Pine, I lip I.anrcl loo, A l.nigiiago they've fur me, Of loe unchanging, friendship true, I'criclual conaluney. , I love the Elm, the thadowy elm,' lu broad uriiu iprcading wide, Out )el, I love nnolber tree, Far more tlmn ull betide. Them l mi beauty in that tree, The name nlono I love, 1 The Itttch, the Beech, it it to me, 4' The favorite otllie grovt." 1. S. Written for n friend by the name of Beech. THE INDIANS CHEATED. We had occiision to suggest the other day, hypothetically, says the Natio...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 December 1838

VERMONT PBICEWIX. FrMny Morning, Pec. 88, 1838. Mr. Rives, U. S. Senator from Virginia, and formerly one of the ablest and most worthy in (;rnrrrr3. in his coadfutors without gloves We hopo hereafter to give a sketch of ihis high y interesting speech. He shows in a masterly manner the hypocricy of the self styled demo cratic leaders, and makes a hard hit upon them in reference to their recent treaty with the U. S. Bank, by which the government consented to receive a credit of some millions on its books, to be paid out in its notes, or in Loco Foco parlance, in "bank rags." lie signifi cantly asks, whether this treaty is "offensive and defensive," and thus suggests another excellent argument for the Loco Foco papers as to the dangerous influence of a U. S. Bank. 1 1 has even gone so fur as lo seduced the anti bank Loco Foco administration 1 1 ''Horribilc diclu I "What can our neighbor of the Demo crat, sav to this unholy alliance. Democrats awake 1 You will soon be told as vassals to...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 December 1838

1 At this remark Mr Wright waxed verv indignant. He considered it ns applying Id himself, and .said if it was addressed to him he repelled and scorned ilr The galleries word ht this time crowded to the extent of their capacities, and the num ber of blooming nnd beautiful ladies was uncommon!. large, when Mr Nites of Con ntrticut tnkmg the floor, two thirds of llio spectators witn one consent made a precipi tate retreat, while the majority of tho Senate applied themselves diligently to conversa tion, or tho perusal of tho newspapers " The crow doth sing as sweetly as the lark When neither is attended" and thus ip tho Loco Foco caucuses of Hartford, (as Hartford was at the time Gov. .Edwards thought proper to appoint this lum inary to fil the vacancy, occasioned by the death of the Hon. Nathan Smith,) Mr Niles' oratory might have been swallowed when accompanied with a due modicum of tobac co smoke and gin and 'water. But in the Senate of the United States poor Niles is sadly misplaced...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 December 1838

" ' ' For Ilia FtWnlx. M,,,,THE "VALti OF TEARS." There is a land rif which I write, Where trouble fills the breastr ; 'Forimortal man, 'twas" ne'er dcsign'u:, . To be aplace of rest; .. V Tis'fill'd with cares, that doth perplex, With many doubts and fears; . . It m tho land in which wo dwell, -It is this "vale of tears." ,., Along lire'3 path fair roses bloom, All benut'ous to the eye; Dilt if wo 'tempt to take the flow'r, Wo find a thorn is nigh, -- The heart to wound, 'twould pleasure take, In what so fair appears: ' There's nought on earth In cheer our path, 'Along this "vale of tears." 'Religion Star s the only guide . To cheer us through this vale; 'A cloud by day, a fire by night," Twill not the Christian lail; Who follows it, will ever find . A guide, that never veers; It points unto a place of rest, lleyond this "vale of tears." Mount Zion, through the glass of faith, Hursts full upon our sight; Its atmospheie is ever pure, Its' skies are ever brjaht; High, far above thtMf...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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