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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 March 1861

m-mmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmm-immmmm -"-:rt" TliP'WWiL THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVEEY MORNING, (8CNDAT3 EXCEFTEt),) On Seventh itreet, Dear II, opposite the Gtnetal Post Office, by LEWIS CLEPIIANE 4 CO. n'U )UI Jll OSSSaitkl oN efitiMi t. Y JS ft i 033 TERMS. To city labictlben tlz and a quarter cents per Week, payable to tbe carriers. To mall" subscribers, tbree dollar! and fifty cents per annum, payable in advance. Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 1861. No. 82. Jl n f vr - p J i i i - PRICE ONE CENT. Union and Disunion. SPEECH OF HOnTjAB. B. MoKEAN, OF NEW YORK, IN THE HOUSE OP REPRESENTATIVES, Feiibuart 18, 1861. Tho House having under consideration the re port from the select committee or thirty-three Mr. McKEAN said : Mr. Speaker : I have often read in tho British classics the instructive talc, entitled "A Day's Journey: a De scription of Human Life." Tho great essayist, in his orotund, Anglo-Latin style, relates that " 0 bid ah, the son of Abcn...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 March 1861

! ! ; MP Our publication office is on Seventh street, adjoining Adamsou'a Periodical Depot, and opposite the General Post Office. NATIONALlllEPiSLiCANr Tuesday, March 6, 1801. A WORD TO BUSINESS MEN. This paper has now a circulation in this city larger than all the city papera combined, with the exception or one, and therefore affords a moat excellent advertising medium. THE INAUGURAL. Copies of the inaugural address, in pamphlet form, can be had at this office. Price, fifty cents per hundred. THE INAUGURATION. The incidents and pageantry of tho inaugu ration will be fonnd in our local columns. Nobody who witnessed it, will donbt that we yet have a Government, a country, and a na tionality. The star spangled banner still floats at the Capitol, " with all itt honors and all ill ensigns full high advanced." The events of the day served to dispel the last apprehensions which still lingered in the breast of patriotism. The tone of the inaugural gives universal satisfaction, and now that...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 March 1861

lt . i n rh mi L VP V in. rv. Ei." LOCAL NEWS. THE INAUGURATION. Though the weather daring the early port of yesterday showed signs of not being of the most pleasant character, the clouds hanging around in a very threatening manner, yet, long before the hour of noon badarrived, these had entirely cleared away, and the iun shone forth in all its brilliancy, giving an opportunity tp tho many thousands who were anxious to wit ness the- ceremonies of inauguration to do so. Tho streets, at an early hour, began to be filled with military gbing'to their various armories; citizens with their families trying to find a con venient place to witness tho procession, while citizens and strangers, each on their own hook, walked hither and thither, each intent on see ing the greatest amount in the shortest possi ble space of time. The crowd in the city yes terday was undoutably larger by far, than has ever been here on a similar, or, in fact, on any other occasion whatever ) and the great bulk of t...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 March 1861

1S t JENKINS'S IMPROVED GAS BURNERS. PEttSONS wishing to hare their dwelling or stores fitted up with these celebrated burn er! may leave their address at 371 Sixth ttrect, or by letter dropped In the post office, which will be promptly attended to. Satisfactory teats will be nude from an experimental metre, proving their utility. JOHN JENKINS, mar 1 2w 371 Sixth street, near II. RICHARD ROBERTS, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, And Newspaper Agent, No. 337 Seventh street, between K and L streets, WASHDfOTON, D. C. feb 19 sm M. SMITH, Fashionable Tailor, No. 618 Garrison ttrect, between I and Vir ginia avenue, Navy Yard. CONSTANTLY on hand a fall supply of Ready Made Clothing and Gentlemen's Furnishing goods. jan 10 , A. STRAUS, FASHIONABLE CLOTHIER, uDiumn GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, . 314 Penn. av., bet. 10th and 11th sts. I hare just received a fine assortment of black cloth Frock Coats, Business Coats, black, plain, and fancy Oassimere Pants, which I will sell to salt the times. feb 19 lm "L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 6 March 1861

miiLMtsaim ' I I. '-, THE;NATi6NAL RfePCbLIiDAN IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORKTINO, (sCJtnlTS EXCEPTED,) On Seventh street, near B, opposite the Grn'-ral Post Office, by LEWIS CLEPHANE It. CO. TSJUIB. To city inbicrtberi itx and n qnarter centi per week, payable to the carriers. ' To mall subscribers, (fare dollar! and fifty cents ber, annum, payablo In advance. ITATlorDVERTMINCite--' One iqaartthree days.,... ..,.. ,..r.tlMn One square, four days '.'S.'.'.'..."J:"., l.n . One square, five day , ' 'l.80 f One square, six day .V....If"l.T6 One square,"lwoeeks .;...;..'.' J.1S ' " One squarf, three weeks....... .(..-.:,.,xi.iryr Oneso:tfaH;oneontb.!..A..'. :.L.'.lOJ fiol One square, three months 10,00- One siuare, six months, ..-. 1,8.00 One s luarc, one'year.'.....'..'.'. 7.30.00 Every other day advertisements, fifty per cent, additional ; once a week advertisements charged as new for each Insertion. ' '"1 Inserted as reading matUr,'teu Hot Iltt.'? Church and other notices, and want, twenty...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 6 March 1861

A,-- V- ! fsir,OnT' publication office' it on Seventh street, adjoining Adatnson's Periodical Depot, and opposite the Oenenil Port Office' NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Wednesday, March 6, 1801. AJffORD TO BUSINESS MEN. This' paper has now a circulation iu thii city larger than all the city papen combined, with the exception of one, and therefore affords a mott excellent advertising medium. JZVL& INAUGURAL., Copies of the inaugural address, in pamphlet form, can be had at this office. Price, fifty cents per hundred. THE CABINET APPOINTMENTS. The President sent to the Senate yesterday the following nominations for members of his Cabinet, all of whom were con6rmed : William II. Seward, Secretary of State. Salmon P. Chase, Secretary of the Treasury. Simon Cameron, Secretary of War. Caleb B. Smith, Secretary of tlio Interior. Gideon Welles, Secretary of the Navy. Montgomery Blair, Postmaster General. Edward Bates, Attorney General. THE QUESTION NOW AT ISSUE. The question now at issue between...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 6 March 1861

MSgssrngwifttn jV. LOCAL NEWS. raiTsV locnE president1 and VI8IT8V TOtq'dE PRESIDENT s OTHERS. On yesterday vrnornlrig, tba j MoilachuseUa delegation, numbering about one hundred and sixty Dunwatted upon the President in a body, Onreaching the) mansion, the delega tion entered, and ranged themselves aroind the wall. ,Mr. Lincoln, made hi appearance in a few momenta, and the Hon. 0. It. Train, in a neat yddres. introduced.them ; to which Mr. Lincoln replied follow : "I am ihankfolfor'thU renewed assurance of kind feWiug, and confidence, and support, of the Old Bay State, In 16 faro you, Mr. Chair man, hare expressed, in. behalf of'thote whom yon represent,your sanction .of what II hare eliminated in my inaugural addrau. T,his is TerxAtrateful to my feeling.- The subject was oneW great delicacy, in presenting views at the opening of, an Admlniftration under tho peculiar circumstance atterffliojr -my entrance upon the official dutle connected with the Gov ernment. I studied.!!, the poi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 6 March 1861

- Utr'- JST"J -VMtZfftW!W0rx-- , tt i. jsirxnrs'S IliifeftbVED gs "burners. PERSONS wishing .to hire' iheir dwellings or stores fitted up wllh these celebrated burn er! raey.leare 'their jkddreisat 371 Sixth street, or by lelter.dropped la the post office, which will be promptly attended to.' Satisfactory tests will be nude from anexpermental metre, prorlng their utllityr " JOHN JENKINS, merF-2w 371 Slith itreet, near H. RICHARD B0BERT8, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, wU-And Niwipapsr Agent, No. Sit Sereoth street, between K and L itreeta, e i-. - wAsuwaTox, to. c. feb 19 3m M. SMITH, Fashionrtblo Tailor, Wo. 618 Garrison itrttt, between I and Fir gima avenue, Nary Yard. pONSTAVjTLYon hand a full supply of Ready J Hade Clothing and Gentlemen'! Furnishing goodi. jan io A. STRAUS, FASHIONABLE CLOTHIER, AXD BKALKB K GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, 314 Penn, av.,,beL 10th and 11th sU. I have Just resetted a fine assortment of black cloth Frock Coals, Bnslneu Coats, black, plain, and fancy Castlmere Pa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 7 March 1861

gaafflaaawwintTTiffnwmi m, -9X.-2Ummtmmmr,c:'i imxvecw&! the NATIONAL REPUBLICAN RATES OP ADVERTISING. One tquare, three dayt ;. t N- One tquare, four dayt .!". 1,11 i One tquare, five dayt. !,..."!!!! lit) One nmare, tixdayt !"'"l ft One tqnare,' two weeks "', 3,s ' One square, three weeks tj B0 , Onckquart, one month i , oo . Onesqnare, three months jCvOO, One tquare, six monthi i.. ..,... lj.oo One tquare, one year ,.. 36.OO Kvery other day advertltemenU, fifty per teat additional once a week advertisem.ntt charged as new, for each Insertion. , Inserted only once, ten centtailn'e, J Ohnrch and other notlcat, ant want, twenty, five cents for each Insertion. "" ' Ten line or leti.conitituU a square.- IS PCDUSHED ' EVERY MOENIJra, (stDTDiTS KOIPIED.) On Secih street, mu B, opposite th Qeneraf Pott Office, by LEWIS CLEPHANE k CO. Xd'tiiy tubicriberi. itz and quarter eenti per week, payable to the carrier). To' tttlL tubtcribers, three dollar add fifty WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 7 March 1861

thommd tlm6Mtif try nerer io htri to " Its real character by giving It a harmless name, till wV may be sure that no inch thing as peaceable secession ! possible. That thii is tli belief and conviction of tho insurgents themselves, la evident from all their words and proceedings, and from the unconcealed fact that the Southern Confederacy is raising and quipping a large military force. No, tr ( the sooner the American people make up their minds to meet the crisis as it is, in Its plain and terrible aspect, so much the better. The sooner we change the vacillating, cowardly, disgrace ful, If not traitorous, policy of the outgoing Ad ministration, the better. Let us know, 6rst of all, whether our Gov ernment is a tact, or. a. riOTioH. Let us bo longer be a laughing-stock to ourselves and to the rest of mankind for our ridiculously con temptible hesitation In meeting and treating armed treason and rebellion as it richly de serves. riJtlLLT, STAND FIRM. All that the friends of freedom and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 7 March 1861

stf?a to ' ' VISITS TO' THE PRESIDENT. The Ohio delegation, nbout 300 strong, calif d upon Pftatdent Lincoln, it the "White House, at 4 o'clock yosterday afternoon,, when .they were introduced by the HoD.-Thasf Corwin. Mr.-Llricotn expressed himielf aa delighted to see Ultra, and said it.would afford him great pleasure 'to bo personally Introduced to each one of them. , - After all had ihalcen, hand, the California delegation, numbering gome 250, entered, and vera cordially received by Mr. Lincoln. lie ahook the' hand of each-ai they cam in, after which h was compelled, by pressure of official engagerrcnts, to ask to be cxcuiedyj The Ohio delegation, 'on ItaVtngthe White House, called on Got. Chase, at the Rugby House, on K street. Three enthusiastic chTers being given for that gentleman, he came for ward, when he was addreased'aa follows s Qovernor Chase t Your fellow citizens of Ohio have called for the purpose of expressing their congratulations on yonr entrance into the Cab inet...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 7 March 1861

. -Mt,-- - iuni.- ------ 'ET' o " jenkins'S IMPROVED OAS BURNERS. PERSONS wlihlng to bare their dwellings or stores fitted up with then celebrated burn en may leave their address at 371 Sixth street, or by letter dropped In the poet office, which will be promptly attended to. Satisfactory teiti will be made .from an experimental metre, profing their utility. JOHN JENKINS, mi I Jw 371 Sixth itreet, near H. RICHARD B0BERTS, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, And Nevspaptr Agent, No. 837 Seventh itreet, between K and L ttreeti, WASHLVOTtHf, d c feb 19 3m M. BMITH, Fashionable Tailor, No. 618 Garrison ilrtet, between I and Pir ginia avenue, Nary Tard. CONSTANTLY on hand a full aupply of Ready Made Clothing and Gentlemen1! Furnishing goodi. , jan 10 A. STRAUS, FASHIONABLE CLOTHIER, AID DULXK It GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, 314 Penn. av., bet 10th and 11th iti. I bare Just received a fine assortment of black eloln Frock Uoats, Holiness Coats, black, plain. and fancy Casslmere Pants, which I will sell to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 8 March 1861

KynflpflBUBPJfcMiTB fe nnrT-rT-r THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (SUNDATS EXCEPTED,) On Bei(8l i street, near B, opposite the General Post Office, by LEWIS CLEPHANE & CO. TERMS. 76 city iubicriberi ill and a quarter cent per week, payable to the carrier!. To tna'l enbicrlbert, three dollar! and fifty cent! i if annum, payable In advance. RATES'OF 'ADVERTISING; Oae square, three day ..,.7..$1.0 Oie aquare, four days 1.15 Oie iquare, five days u 1.50 fhe square, six days , 1,75 One square, two weeks ;....' 3.75 1 One square, three weeks .'.J.50 Oneliquare, one month , 4.00 Onejequare, three months ...,10,60,. On square, six months -18.00 ' One iquare, one year 10.00 Every other day advertisement!, fifty percent.' additional; once a week advertisement! charged ai new for each insertion- , , , Inserted only once, ten cent k Una. Church and other notice!, aad want, twenty Art) cent! for each Insertion. Ten lines or less constitute a iqnara. 9Sffimkl VkAS2 tf PRICE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 8 March 1861

HE 1lfmf-,fKflK'mfijfifrVnn ' -" ' ' i ' "' -Jrl3i&T&J.))lHMIl)&-ll!ja.llvuiL&Mm thai they hare entrusted the Government to safe bands. And I hope and truit thitt tlie people In the Sulci, now In rebellion against the Government, when they shall ee that the right! of all lectiom of the country are re tnected, and when they lhall re.llic, as they loon will, the erlli and misfortunes which Mcenion hat brought upon them, will reject the conmeli of the men who have precipitated them Into rebellion against the best Govern ment the world ever taw, and return to their allegiance. I rejoice, Mr. Speaker, that these evlli have not fallen upon the country during an Admin istration of the Government for which we, on tbit tide of the House, are responsible. If the men we havo elected to office do their duty from the 4th of March, come what may, the responsibility of this rebellion will not rest upon us. I doubt not that these men will do their duty boldly and fearlessly. When th...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 8 March 1861

LOCAL NEWS. SENATE EXTRA SESSION. Thursday, March 7, 1801. Mr. Nestnith offered a resolution instructing the Secretary of War to communicate to the Senate tuck correspondence as ! on the files of bit Department relative to the transporta tion of troops over the overland route to the Pacific coast agreed to. Mr. Wade presented to the Senate the resig nation of Salmon F. Chaae, United States Sena tor from Ohio. The Senate then took op the resolution of fered by Mr. Dixon yesterday, ordering to be printed for the use of the Senate the usual number of copies of the Inaugural address. Mr. Wigfall laid that the forts and public property now held by the lecediog States could not be held much longer. The position taken by the President would not allow this, and the struggle was drawing very near. He argued that the Federal Government was not binding upon Btates, and justified the course of the Gulf States. The Government was dead i and the only question that remains was, bhall it be civilly...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 8 March 1861

ptT?Tf jtJTT"MMuftfcAwtb'irj'i-f Tlwisjsai SS J'JiTl iUb i'!f la,.l,j,jwr JENKINS'S 'IMPROVED GAS BURNERS. PERSONS wishing to hare their dwellings or torn fitted up with these celebrated burn ers may leave their sddreti at 371 Sixth street, or by letter dropped lo the poit office, which will be promptly attended to. Satisfactory tests will be mad from an eiper mental metre, proving their utility. JOHN JENKINS, mar 1 air 371 Sixth atreet, near H. BIOEABD ROBERTS, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, And Newspaper Agent, Mo. 337 Seventh atreet, between K and L atreetf, WiSHEJOTON, D. C. feb 19 3m M. SMITH, Fashionable Tailor, Ko, 618 Garrison street, bettceen I and Yvr ginia avenue, Navy Tard. CONSTANTLY on hand a full iupply of Ready Hade Clothing and Gentlemen's Furnishing goods, jan 10 A. STRAUS, FASHIONABLE CLOTHIER, infiutnn GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, 314 Penn. av., bet 10th and 11th its. I hare Just recelred a fine assortment of black cloth Frock Coats, Business Coats, black, plain, and fancy O...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 9 March 1861

'MMaaMsMMMaaaajsMSasasiesisiis RATES OF ADVERTISING ' One iqnare, three dayi $1.00' One square, foar daye. i,j' One square, five dayi, , , '1.B8, One iijuare, six days , ;it jjtg' Oie square, two weeks , j.flf' O ie square, three weeks J.so O lejsquar?, one month 4,01) Oie'tquare, three months io.00 Oie square, six months 18.00 Oje square, one year .,. 30.00 Every other day advertisement!, fifty per cent. additional ; once a week advertisement! charged M new for each Insertion. Inserted only once, tea cent line. Church and other notices, and want), twente five cents for each Insertion. Ten llnei or less constitute a sqoare. TH&1 NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (SCKDATJ EXCEPTED,) On St- att ttrrrt, near E, opposite the General Foit Office, by LEWIS GLEPHANE A' CO. ' TERMS. To city subscribers ilz and a quarter teat pet week, payable to the carrier!. To mi'l lubicrlberi, three dollars and. fifty cent!" f er annum, payable In adrance. " -KMaMMMMMH4MaMlHIMWMiHiiaKMa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 9 March 1861

iaosizazssr stand by the Oto Fto whose starry fold hav glddned tb hearts of herosi n ttii hour of death niter disgracing our nobis line egf but I-tI g unlmjalred the rich legacy of oir fathers the Co.istitutio.i asd ibi - Uoi, with mi Its Heritage or glories, 10 our pOturnj lorever. DAGUERREO TYPING. "That's the chap him with the whito hat fat and short like our old sow. Stand back, boys, and let me talk to the image man. Hal loatranger, are you him ?" "Whom do you mean, my friend ? " " Well, now, I didn't say I was your friend ; but, howsever, we wants to know if you aro the doggertype man that aent them bills out here ; hold on, I'll (how you one of 'em," at the same time driving his hand Into his coat tail, ho pulled out one of my large posters. " I profess to be an artist, gentlemen, and shall be at your service shortly." " Bill, do you the big words? Send for Ca leb's larnin'book, till we know what he's com Ids; over us." Such was the reception I met with at a small town called...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 9 March 1861

i m LOCAL NETS. The LsvtE. -There was a perfect jam at the Evecutive Mansion lust evening, n greater crowd being In attendance tlian at an; lime since the farewell levee of ex-President Fierce, four yents ago. The President was in the belt of spirits, and stood the ordeal of two-hours' handshaking with the greatest composure and fortitude. To his right was J. S. Nicolay, Esq., the President's private secretary, while on his ltft stood Dr. Blake, Commissioner of Public Buildings, whri.perforrned the duties of intro duction with, bis usual grace and urbanity. The President seemad perfectly at home ftTkl the immense throng which crowded past him, and the many visiters were not slow to follow his example. Mrs. Lincoln looked remarkably well, and was ''the observed of all observers. Her mild, pleasant manners won greatly upon the hearts of all who had the pleasure of seeing her, which was not the case with all present, the crowd being so great as to make it Impos sible for many to gain a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 9 March 1861

"" ranrarrs .IMPROVED GAS BURNERS. PERSONS wishing lo hare tleir dwellings or tores fitted up with these celebrated burn er! mi; leave tbelr address at 371 Sixth itrect, or by letter dropped la the post oilier, which will bt promptly attended to. Satisfactory testa wilt be mid from in exper mental metre, proving their utility. JOHN JENKINS, mar 1 2w 371 Sixth street, near II. RICHAED BOBERTS, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, And Newspaper Agent, No. M7 Seventh itreet, between K and L streets, WASHnnnw, d. c. feb 1 3m M. SMITH, Fashionable Tailor, Ab. 618 Garrison sired, between I and Fir ffinia avenue, Navy Tard. CONSTANTLY on band a full supply of Ready. Hade Clothing and Gentlemen's Furnishing goodf. J,n io A. STRAUS, FASHIONABLE CLOTHIER, AITD nutxa If GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, 314 Penn. ar., bet. loth and 11th its. I bare jtist received a fine assortment of black cloth Frock Coats, Business Coats, black, plain, and fancy Guelmen Pants, which I will sell to alt lb times. . feb 1 9 1 m "LINC...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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