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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 6 May 1846

J YPSILANTI m Tft mT m T 1,1 1 -S VOLUME III NUMBER 15. YPSILANTI, (Mich,) WEDNESDAY MAY 6, l&tf. WHOLE NO. 119 orj 1 1 iviii l 5 if - - - i CHAS. WOODRUFF, Editor a Proprietor. TERMS. Om Dollar and fifty cents, ii paid in Advance; oth erwise Two Dollars will invariably be charged. RATES OF ADVERTISING. For one square, 14 lines ot less one week, 0 50. " for subsequent insertions per Week 25. From Jf arris's National Press. HF.RVEY TO NINA MISS BREMfefc. ST GRACE GREENWOOD. Divided in oar-lives, and vet twin-hearted ! Oar sad first parent shared a happier fate; When, from Love's BJen, dearest, we departed, 'Twas ours to sever at the outer gate, Ah! yet I know watever path thou'rt tracing, Thy tearful e ye is sometimes backward cast, "Thou art not coldly from thy heart effacing The thrilling story ot oar blissful past. When life is like a sunset's glories blended With all the waking splendours of the morn, And when dear lave it some light showers descended It seemed 'twas bat that...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 6 May 1846

THE SENTINEL. YPSILANTl. WEDNESDAY MAY C, 1841 Legislative. We find little in the drivelings of our Legislature to repay any man's time in the pe rusal, but that wr readers, may hare some data to judge of its proceedings we insert a part of one day's work, embracing its deliberation on two most im portant acts une giving the right of suSrage right dear to every American heart to a portion of our fellow citizen-; the other exerting a direct influence oa the lif of e.c y individual in the Stat : Th J right of suffrage ! and the pun s.-nent and je-vers'on of Murder ! Look, readers at these subject?, then read the letter of PuWius and imagine the gravity and wisdom of the body Xo which you have intrus ted then i. Heels ia tie air, paper pellets flying, ob scene caricstures passing from hand to hand, and r- non an ays, orns to the question, shall an oppressed part of our fellow citizens be restored to a right which we hold sacred an 1 inalienable ? Shall the life of the innocent, be expo...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 6 May 1846

w t.ic - trie M order. We stopped iato one of our honorable Jnstice's offices the other afternoon and heard a lear ned Advocate from the Litetfary Emporium of our State, so horribly mangle the '-King's English," that it was impossible for witnesses to tell a straight story in it. The good people of Ann Arbor must be highly en tertained by reading the news three or four tim es over in as many different Dapers. ttince English prowess in war, says the Lou isville Democrat. 1 or trip annrphpnsion it. have made 7 J rr her title clear down to 49 de?..will not a little vijro- rous preparation on her part,make it clear to the Co Umbia River? And will not a few shots from her j cannon clear up the title to all Oregon? FreePrese Certainly: and afterwards Mr. Polk's Hickory "certificate," if he has preserved it, make it "clear and unquestionable" that he is a man of bravery and honor. Latest from i exas. From the N- O. Picayune, We menlior.eded in out last that Gen. Wor h Was on his way to thi...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 6 May 1846

4 GREAT WESTERN HOTEJL AT THE RAIL ROAD DEPOT, YPSILANTI. S. J. BARBER, WOULD Respectfully infirm his fricndsand ihe public rrnerally, lhat he has taken Ihc above wp! known ft and. whwtc he is now prepared to receive lhir calls. HIS TABLES, will always ntf.rd an abundanpe of food to the hungry; IIISBED, rest to the wearv ; ;i'il hi BAR, whi'evrr tha present xv-ffni of "No License" will aliow to the thirst v. HtS STABLES, :re mUh m' supplied, ai d lie flitters himself lhat nothing is now wanting to jive hi- gtMatfl the highest alis!acii'.n at the most moderate price?. BOARDING, On the most moderate terms by the day, week, month or year. GROCERIES HE would also infirm ihe public that bi stork of Groceries in '.he basement of the " Great Wes lern" comprises every article family ue. s.ich as Sail, Fish. I'urk," Soar, Cheese. Candles, Tobacco, Tea, Snuff, Coffee, Salnrntus, Nails, Diied Aples, Detroit Ale, Cider, Lemons, Oranges, Nutmegs, dec. &c. (K7"Aho Pure Wine and L quors of the...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 13 May 1846

yPSILANTI sentinel. VOLUME III NUMBER 16. YPSILANTI (Mich,) WEDNESDAY MA V 13, 1846. tVOLE NO. CHAS. WOODRUFF Editor and Proprietor. TERMS. One Dollar and fifty cents, if paid in Advance: oth erwise Tvba Bollarss invariably be charged. RAtfKS OF ADVERTISING. For one square, 14 lines or less one week, iiO 50. for subsequentnsertions per Week 25. From Sharpe 's London Jiagazine. MY COUNTRY HOME. BY ANNABEL C . ulf thou rt worn, and hard beset Willi sorrow that thou would': forget; If thou would, st read a lesson that would keep Thy freart from fainting and thy soul from sleep, Go to the woods and hiils! no (ears Dim the sweet look tiiat nature wears." italic Pleasantly, pleasantly flows away my life far from the city's din, frcm trouble and from strife; Like a stream it t! along, -Singing to iise! f a son, Through fields fu II ot flowers; Where the trees, with looks ot Lve, Spread their whispering leaves above, Through long summer hours. Tranquilly, tranquilly, even thus I live. While...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 13 May 1846

THE SENTINEL. TPSILANTI, WEDNESDAY MAY 13, I84S j j Whoso sueddeth Man's. Blood bt max shall" (NGTais blocd nB&ta Legislature of pose many a Ivocate such an alteration of the natu JUkhigam, j ralization laws, as will give emigrants the privilege What lamentable ignorance cf the principles of 0f voting afte a year's residencc,npon declaring their justice; what utter durrgard ot reason: what den- ance of truth, do the a h jcates of murder, and sym- pathysers of assaiin., manifest in all their words. The following is an extract from the comments of the Free Prese, also copie ! in the State Journal on the , abolition of Capital Punishment, by the Leg slature. . Where the ri r ? in v.ts ctEtl, it was almost im- ! nossible to Drocure a conviction. Under the reviteJ ; r code, we hesitate not to say that fewer murders will fee committed an l more convictions be had, for it is the certainty of punishment, more than its cruelty, j that prevents crit ic." I Let us examine thi.-, sentence b...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 13 May 1846

i AGRICULTURAL Farmers are, we suppose, universally bt9y-, at this time, in pruuing their orchards. This habit of early spring pruning has been handed down to u from English customs, and farmers do it be. tause it has always been done. Besides, albut this time, men have leisure, and would like to be- gin the sason's work ; and pruning teems quite a natural employment wnh which to introduce the labors of the year. It is not possible fur American, but more em phatically for Western cultivators, to do worSe than to pattern the example of British and conti nental au horities, in the mailer of Orchards and Vineyard. The summers of England are moisi, rool, and deficient in light. Our summers are exactly the reverse ; dry, fervid, and brilliant. The stimuli of the elements w'nb them, are much below, with us much above par. In consequence their trees have but a moderale growth, ours are inclined to excessive growth. Their whole sys tem of open culture and wall (raining, is founded upon the ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 13 May 1846

K GREAT WESTERN HOTEJL AT THE RAIL ROAD DEPOT, YPSILANTI. S. J. BARBER, w OHM) R s rtftiUv infni in Ins friend and the ii -i-mnl. whrre hen now prepared well ! His wesirv ; HIS give his TABLI'.s wt'. ilvf av nffrd an abtuxhiuce f fond to t tie hungry; HIS BEDS, rest to the ;intl mis !i Mi. uhvevar ihi present -v-fem of "No License" will allow to the thirst v STA IS!. in; ..U -ll -upiilii-d, m rl ho Hitters himself that nothing is now wanting to "iiesls i In- li het .-ulisl'.iciiuo at the iiinsi moderate price?. H OA R DING, On (he most moderate terms by the day, week, month or year. HK would hI n .form the public that bi9 stock of Groceries in '.he basement of the " Great Wes tern" Comprise.- i v. ry article id family use, s.ieh as Salt, Fiah. Pink, Su:tr, Cheese. Candles, Tobacco, Tea, Snuff, Coffee, Salaratus, Nail?, D ! ii App' Detroit Ale, Cider, Lemons, Oranges, Nutmegs, dec. die. fl7'Al-u Pure Wine and L;quors of the best quality for Medicinal use.-Q All of which will he sold ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 27 May 1846

YPSILANTI SENTINEL, VOLUME III NUMBER 18. YPSILANTI, (Mich,) WEDNESDAY MAY 27, 1846. WHOLE NO. 122 CHAS. WOODRUFF, Editor axp Proprietor. TERMS. te Dollar and fifty cent, if paid in Advance; oth erwise Two Dollars will invariably be charged. BATES OF ADVERTISING. Tor one square, 14 lines or less one week, $0 50. u for subsequent insertions perWeek 25. POETRY. The following beautiful lines, if we recollect right, were written by a patient i one of our Lunatic As. yluma at the east. SLEEP AND SPRING. Oh! for that sweet untroubled rest, That poets oft have sung Like babe's upon its mother's breat, Or bird's upon its young; The heart asleep without a pain, hen shall I sleep thai sleep again? When sh a 1 1 I be as I have been, Upa.t my mother's breast, Sweet Nature's garb of emerald green, To woo my form to rest: Lone in the meadow, field and glen, And in my native wilds again? The sleep within the fallow field, The herd upon the green, The larks that in the thistle shield. And pipe from...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 27 May 1846

- ADDRESS Of Ike Whig member of the Legislature of 1846 to the People of Michigan. Fellow Citizexs : Th undersigned, Whig members of ihe Leg islature of 1S46, deeply sensible of the greal im portance of the Ktij cts upon which they havt been called to art. don ijj Ihu very unusually long aod tedious session m v j ist at its close, and at ihe same lime d -i.r.Mir. i hv i hog misconstrue lion, have fell it th-ir d it to submit to tin ir con titiicuts and 10 trie p -"ph of the State a brief ex position of the gin i A mo ives of their ac tion. And while m lie our ui"Jt profound ac knowledgemenls -t I He honor conferred upon u by a generous soil: . we do no f "et that u very heavy reaponatbi'My mud rest upon every member of this L-ii i u e. The manner in which that responsibility h i b.-en met bo'h by oursdves and by the laiv m j "'' of both houses our political o?poneiis - t whose power and will we have been niide In auli m ill form the suhj cl ot this address, a paper Inch is not ambit...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 27 May 1846

Latest from the seat of War. YpMlanti, May 23, 11 A. M. Victory! Victory!! Victory!!! Particulars of a Battle- Mexican for ces Concentrating, said to be 15,000 strong The famcot the American Army has been sig nally vindicated ui:h an inferior force IP ttlifTTii portioned as to h ive caused ihe greatest anxiety f;r Crtiii. Taylor's band. They have gained a great a g'ortous, a noble, a triumphant victory The following is the report from Catt. Wal ker, of the Texas Ringers v ho arrived on Ihe i Otn inst. at 4. V. M. Irom the eiitrenchmeut op-po.-i e Ma amoros: An engaiiemeut had taken place between the UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN FOR CES. Gen. Ta Y LOR. on the evening of the 3k instant, mad j a sortie with detachment of Uni ted Slates troop for the purpose of opening a com rnnnication between Point Isabel and the entrench merit. O i the moi ning of ihe 5'.h inst. ihe Mexicans taking advantage of his absence, at day-break o- fencd a heavy cannonade on the entrenchments, which was gallantl...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 27 May 1846

CrREAT WESTERN HOTjEJL AT THE RAIL ROAD DEPOT, YPSILAN1X S. J. BARBER, WOULD lspm fully inform his fricndsand ihe public generally-, that Ire has taken the above well ki'vn wait where he is now prepaid to receive their calls. HIS TABLES, will nWuvs a4f.nl rh abundance of fod to the hungry; HIS BEDS, rest to the weMry ; nnd hi RAR, whoever the present vyfero of "No License" will allow to the thirsty HIS STAB nrti !! supplied, ai d he flatters himself that nothing is now wanting to give hid guests the bjUyj1 satisfaction al the most moderate price?. BOARDING, On the most moderate terms by the day, week, month or year. HE would also inform the public that his stock of Groceries in ihe basement of the " Great Wes tern" comprises ev. i v article of family use, soch as Salt, Fish, I'oik, Sujjar, Cheese. Candles, Tobacco, Tea, Snuff", Coffee, Snlaratus, Nails, Diied Apples, Detroit Ale, Cider, Lemons, Oranges, Nutmegs, dec. Sic. CO" A No Pure Wine and Liquors of the best quality for Medici...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 10 June 1846

YPSILANTI SENTINEL. VOLUME III NUMBER 20. YPSILANTI, (Mich,) WEDNESDAY JUNE 10, 1846. WHOLE NO. 1M CHAS. WOODRUFF, Editor asp Proprietor. TERMS. One Dollar and fifty cento, if paid in Advance; oth erwise Two Dollars will invariably be charged. RATES OP ADVERTISING. For one square, 14 lines or less one week, $0 50. " for subsequent insertions perWeek 25. "Uome, none ot that," replied the blusning gin, j to do bis Dest. nere .or, see, seek, said he J LETTER FROM HON. L. SEVERANCE. I I believe the right of conquest, is generally ac tor I cannot but return the compliment to you." I pointing to the ground. M this the dog took a cir-1 &ting fa reasons for refusing to vote Men and 1 knowledged but I never before heard of a country li was inueea a oeauuiui evening. ne moon cie until ne 6trucK me trai wen iuw rrowi served I vr-.. fc. w- House of Representatives, May 12, 1846 To the Editor of the National intelligencer. shone forth in all it splendor, and seemed to illumin- I to tell his ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 10 June 1846

THE SENTINEL. YPSILANTl, WEDNESDAY JUNE 10, 1846 WHO COMMENCED THE WAR? Shall we refer it to the Annexation of Texas? The United States commenced it; for says Mr. Shannon, more than twenty years have we steadily pursued this object. And we did really annex it without the con sent of Mexico, or even ho much as asking her leave, before she had acknowfe Iged its independence; and while she was actuillv at war with it. Shall we refer it to the occupation of territory, in dispute, by the troops of one of the disputants? We occupied the territory where the jurisdiction of Mex ico had never before been resisted successfully with our troops. Shall we refer H to the first act of hostility? Com modore Jones tovk jms-cssion of Monterey some years ago, upon a me c rumor jf war. Vessels were fitted in our water.-, nun enlisted and drilled, arms andjammunition purchased. and entire expeditions fit ted out to aid the Texan rebellion, and our govern ment did not pretend, as in duty bound, to preven...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 10 June 1846

: FOREIGN NEWS. Arrival of the Great Britain. This monster steamer arrived, on the 29ih ult. in New York afier a tedious passage of 20 days; occasioned by the derangement of her propeller ivhich obliged her to use sails only, for an entire week. This arrival brings notice of the reception of the passage of the Oregon Resolutions. These resolutions ere received with profound silence by tho Government, and whatever is said by the press has not the leant appearance of "Authority ;" the various journals consider, upon the M hole, that the resolutions materially improve the prospect of peace. It must be remembered that the "Notice" itself has not been served on the British Govern ment when the Great Britain left Liverpool, attd of course no official action could be taken upon it We do not therefore, think it worth while to take up any spfice in our colums with the personal o pinions of .English editors. Aside from this subject the following item seem to possess a general interest renderi...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 10 June 1846

r- CrREAT WESTERN HOTEE AT THE RAIL ROAD DEPOT, YPSILANTI. S. J. BARBER, WOULD Respectfully inform hre friends and the public generally, that be has taken the abov well k"wii un4, wliere he is now prepared :o receive their calls. HIS TABLES. wiU always afford an abundance of food to the hungry; HIS BEDS, rest to the wenrv ; and hi BAR, whatever iho present system of "No License" will allow to the thirsty. HIS STABLflS. Jtre.ilsn well supplied, ted he flatters himself that ootiiing is now wanting to give his guests ihe h'ghest satisfaction at the most moderate prices. BOARDING, On the most moderate terms by the day, week, month or year. GROCERIES, HE would also inform the public that bis stock of Groceries in the basement of the " Great VVes. tern" comprises rv. ry article of family use, such as Salt, Fish, 1'oik, Sugar, Cheese. Candles, Tobacco, Tea, Snuff, Coffee, Salaratus, Nails, Diied Apples, Detroit Ale, Cider, Lemons, Oranges, Nutmegs, kc. &c. CO"AI-o Pure Wine and Liquors...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 17 June 1846

f YPSTL A Ml SENTINEL . VOLUME III NUMBER 2L YPSILANTI, (Mich,) WEDNESDAY JUNE 17, 184G. WHOLE NO. 125 CHAS. WOODRUFF, Editor and Proprietor, j TERMS ' One Dollar and fifty cents, if paid in Advance: oth- erwise Two Dollars will invariably be charged. RATES OF ADVERTISING. For one square, 14 lines or less one week, $ 0 50 " " for subsequent insertions perWeek 25 POETRY. From tha Liverpool Chronicle. OLD TIME. BY LI V.v.tl'S BANKS. There's a mighty old spirit abroad in the air, And his footaieps are visible every where: Itifeka it been on the mountain all hoary with years, 9R left it bedewed in an ocean of rears; B hath clambered o'er lurret, and battlement gray, rnd wrapt in mantles of silent decay. He hath swept through the torest, and laid, at a blow, The stalwart oak, chief of the lealy tribe, low; In Art, as in Nature, the vast and sublime, All speak ef the visits of the gruybeerd Time. He's a skeleton thing with a countenance grim, All toothless bis gums, and his eyeballs dim; ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 17 June 1846

THE SENTINEL. YPSILANTI. WEDNESDAY JUNE IT, 1846 CORRESPONDENCE OF THE MEXICAN AND AMERICAN GOVERNMENTS. As some fault is found with the representation we made la? t week, of the diplomatic misunderstanding between the Mexican and United States Govern ments) we this week give such extracts from the correspondence as bear upon the subject: that the correspodence is genuine, the President himself stands responsible. Extract of a letter fron Mr. Buchanan, Secreta ry of State to .. tJl c: United States consul at Mexico. Washington, September 17, 1845. ''The President has directed me to in struct you in the absence of ;.ny diplomatic agent in Mexico, to ascertain f. urn the Mexican Government, whether they woulJ receive an envoy from the Uni tedStates instructed with full power to adjust all the questions in dispute between the two governments. Should the answer be in the affirmative, such an en voy will be immediately despatched to Mexico. "The future cojrse of this government may, &...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 17 June 1846

From the N. O. Picayune May 30. EIGHT DAYS LTER FROM RIO GRANDE. The steamship Galveston arrived last evening from Braios Santiago, which place she left on the 27th inst. She brings a confirmation ol'the news brought by the Telegraph. O.i the 17th inst., a large portion of Gen. Tay lor' i army moved up the river for ihe purpose of crossing. Gen. T. remaining at the fortification with about three hundred men. As the army were seen by the Mexicans on the opposite side leave Ihe encampment and approach the ford. Arita sent a flag of truce to Gen. Taylor requesting an armistice of six weeks, giving as a reasnn for his request, that he decired io communicate with his government. Gen. T. answered, that he would give him nil 8 o'clock the next morning to evacu ate the city of Matamoros, and would permit him to take the public property under his charge. The flag then returned. O i the next day, (the 18ih.) the army crossed on fl jats of their own co istruc tion, and the bodies of wagons can...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 17 June 1846

GREAT WESTERN HOTEL AT THE RAIL ROAD DEPOT, YPSILANTI. S. J. BARBER, WOULD Rp.opTtfuHv ififtu in his friends and the public generally, lhat he has taken the abo well ki.n vii 4auit, where he is now prepared :o receive their calls. HIS T ABLF.S. wtll nlwiiVM nffird an abundance of food lo the hungry; HIS BEDS, rest to the wearv ; ml hi- If !. whiiWrr ilu- present sv-tem of "No License" will allow to the thirsty HIS STABfiKS, ,i U.i supplied, ai d he fl itters himself that nothing is now wanting to give his guests ilu: h'gl;esl saMsl'.iciiun ai the most moderate prices. BOARDING, On the most moderate terms by the day, week, month or year. HE would ; inform the public that his stock of Groceries in the basement of the " Great Wes. tern" comprises v- iv article (if family use, suehas Salt, Fish. Potk. Sugar, Cheese. Candles, Tobacco, Tea, Snuff, Coflec, Salaratus, Nails, Diieil Ai-ples, Detroit Ale, Cider, Lemons, Oranges, Nutmegs, die. &c. 0O""AI-i) Pfcre Wine and L quors of the be...

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