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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 23 January 1855

THE TEXAS RANGER, AND L$NE STA. X Washing! on Hotel. --" JT TO. EMMONS, has again 'returned' to his J ,:V . oia stana, -wnerehe will be pleased to see his friends and the public. He deems it useless say that his" table Trill be supplied with the be3t the country affords," but he will say this, that whoever calls on him once, will beferyapt to call again. Jan. 23, 1855-18-tf. aives aayerngementK Plantation for Sale or to Rent. I WILL sell on the most favorable terms, or rent my Plantation, situated on the north side of "New Years Creek, about ten miles from Washington, and siz miles from Chappell Hill. Said Plantation consist!) of 271 acres, 130 acres , of which are under a good state of cultivation. The buildings are a good dwelling House, cot- ton gin and corn mill, together with suitable xrat buildings. For further particulars apply to the subscriber at Chappell Hill. Jan. 23, 1855-18-4-. B. R. THOMAS. . To AH who use liquor as a -Medicine or as a Beverage. PHYSICIANS who prescrib...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 23 January 1855

" v' Til TEXAS RAMEB, ALM1 STAB. Z - " SJjdT f&zxas mdigcrV PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY J. XAJNTCASTER. Subscrijijioii'fpJoiitj year, S3 ;for six month 175; foBthieeinonths, $125. -Subscribers no paying in advance, Trill be charged $5 at the end of tie year- Payment within two months from the mailing of the first nutnBcr, Trill "be consi- dered in advance. Two copies one year $5, in advance. Any one sending ns five cash paying subscribers, Trill "be furnished a copy gratis. ' Ko suSscripliion taken for a less time than one year, unles's a special understanding is made "with the publisher. So paper Trill be discontinued (except at "the j n'tinn n-f ftn nnVilfeTipit nnril all arrearn crcs arc I paid.TT t . All dues to this office may be remitted per mail in good and available Bant Tiotes, at lie rist of the Editor, the postage of all letters being paid oy ikcteriter& The postage of a single letter is scarcely of any account to the -writer. It is the accumulation 6Y postage in an exten...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 3 February 1855

y&i V -ToJLatSces clio drinfe Wine Ono of onrjpcnrrespondents, a coy damsel -living in a-o Ensdnud village, asks us ""Onght a woman drink winc:" This if an poddquesfion for a young lnrly to propound To an editor, with a request that lie frill answer -it m ilie columns of his paper; "but as we are ever Teacy to x meet-the enemy,'5 our deci- sibn shall here stand recorded a little wine is .an excellent thing in its place, and that bli ther single or married ladies might indulge in a mere sip or " two " now and then, with- out realizing" any serious mischief; but a wo- man onght-not upoureny consideration mnke a habit of coqnettinwith the rosy god. The growing fashion of the presant day among -fedies of "Tfisiling public saloons and " tip- pling". cannorbe too severely reprehended. Nearly all the groceries in New York retail srine and strong drinks at a side bar, designed especially for the aecommodorion of custo mers a large number or whom are remaics. "(servants and housekeepers....

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 3 February 1855

w I I HI I II1 'I ..ii -,. , , .3sthctctm u i.ir.i mut ..... 1 1 jmk. 'J T.'vrTurmu. .m. mlu-... fill f HAS 1AM1I AID IONE STl: r .- 3N1 SiC; Among onr-aevr adveitTslrnz columns j will be seen ihat of Mr. Knapp's new Tin j establishment, just commenced in tbis place; 1-1 J.T.- ill r i. - ir it ii uicu LUK auveriiseineiHi oi iucssrs xaue K . French, v -SiSSiS ."V SSP- attention is. called to tbe advertise ment of "Dr.E. B.. Hubby, agent for tbe cele- I brated Guttapercha Co, New Orleans. "We jjwili in a future number, speak of tbe article The Great jVavics of tlie "World. Tbe following is said to be tbe number of vessels comprising tbo first fiva important navies of the world, with their weight of metals: Tcssels. 66S 32S 170 102 60 and keep up the price;, even after a good crop, which has been S2cured in most admir- able condition. Wheat sells now at rather hicber prices than it rid one rear asro : and i cal chair to the Chapel of English, French, Russia, Dutch, United States. f Gnt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 3 February 1855

safci -'Tin .n, ji.uj -ij.miwwwiBiWg Til TEXA 1A-M1E, AND LONE STAR. -V V "?' - v - X 'ii - 'rtr. -? ,., - - TIm isNeysrOrleaifi- Market. 43 aturd aSI6rntg, Janxtarz 27,4855. The tnjet genenilly has exbibtedSnorey animation Snntig the past 'week, loe oper-v ations in our leading staple have been to a liberal extfnt, although mostly at lower pri- ces. Sagaffand Molases have moved off freely, and the jlleipts of "Western Produce -have met a readv sale from the Levee at steady prices. j At the date3 of our review, our latest ac- counts froEurope were by the steamship Canada, bunging- Liverpool dates to the 9th instant, anE we havenow to notice the ad- vices by tbsSPacific, which came through by telegraph yesterday in time for evening papers , ndincludefptes to the 12th instant. By "reference toSthese, which appear in another column, it will be seen that they are favor- able lo our leading staple, and present a more pacific prosplct than the intelligence by any "preceding arrival. COTTO...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 3 February 1855

jTmnilj) atepqtcr Bcbicatci) to Jljc OVrts, iHcrljanics, Ovgrituliurc, Commcac citcrol Intelligence, fcir. LISHED WEEKTBT. J. ItAIgC ASTER". tems; Subscr5ptinj&r,fpne year, $8j for slxjjnontk $1 75; for thTeeinonths,l 25 .,J Subscribers no tf paying in-adjancejl charged $5 at-th end of the year- Payment within two months from theinailing of the first number, trill be consi- dered in advance. Two copies one year $5, in advance. Any one sending us five cash paying EuuserjoersrwiH-oe wrnisnea.a copy grans. No subscription taken for a less time than one jeatj unless-arEpecialunderstandingismade -with the publisher. No paper-will be discontinued (except 'at the o tion of the publisher) until all arrearages arc paid. All dues to this office may be remitted per mail in good and available Bank notes, at the risk of the JSditor, -4hc postage or an teiisrs oeing paia by the writers. The postage of asingle letter 13 scarcely of any account to the writer. It is "the accumulation of postage ...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 10 February 1855

...rr. . rrn-n-. fcSBV-or-W-WrihS.MMrV , ,1 WmggSgggT 'NTISg. .m wtjj. - - ' -& LfflES'iDEPARTII. aagyvsiihrMwjiat? X Conducted "bv Mrs. E.l. ID asljittgtflti, Streets. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1S55. Pasliion. "We neglected to notice in our last issue the receipt of the "Dress Makers and Milliners Guide," for January. The three plates rep. resent the various ball and winter toilets. The most handsome winter costume, accor- ding to our taste, is a dress of laurel green silk, haying four flounces cut in broad vand- ykest rounded off at the point. Each Vandy- ke is bordered with green velvet and black guipure. On the skirt, between the flounces, tassels of green velvet ribbon are placed at intervals. J. LASCASTEE. "the star-spangled banner, o! long may it wave, o'er the land of the free, and the home of the brave." PROPRIETOR. TOLDIH WASHINGTON. IfflS. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 10. M IBER-20. m A Correspondent of the New York Tri- bune thus expatiates upon Texas and its Capabilities. " If v...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 10 February 1855

nmDer II TEIiS RAMI. J. iLAK CASTER, EdUtor. iDasljiugtmi, Stems. -SATUBDA'S:, FEBRUARY 101855. ' Fo-AdvertlserSt TheTexasRanger offers great lnajiceine.nts to business men, who -wish to avail themselves of the benefits' of advertising. Being the largest paper in "Western Texas, and having a circulation in every county in the State, as "well as in every Sonthern State, the proprietor flatters himself that those who advertise in his columns, Troll he most amply remunerated. A J. Austin. esq;j Philadelphia, is an author ized agent for this jfaper. .JFrarikliipscomb.Esq., of Bellvillc, Austin co. is an authorized agent for ihisjjaper. Cap't. 1K IL'Ssteli., Postmaster, Caldwell, is an nthorized agent for thisjpaper. f7ygy iwujaiw --t.yVV-Kfty.: tfrjaAiaa , . Special JSbtice. Those persons indebted to the " Tex; BanceV- tind "LoneStar" office, can remit the money bj mjuLfet otir risk, provided th rposfae5SiSw,!MerynKtleisa'help these tight iimes, any amount -would he thankfully Teceivedj...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 10 February 1855

f n iMri'tr'r'""iwy:-rl?.rjatrp-.-ffirrr',,.- r.U'T-"i'-tr'.--;'.uxj.-m0-i """"wwmwjps fM mj?.: li- V 3V& d"i! 3frtD Dcriiscmcnte. Live Oak Female Seminary. Jteo'd. J. W. Miller, Superintendent; Mrs. Rebecca K. lied, Principal; Mrs. 31 A. Havldns, late of Memphis, Te?m., Teacher of Music. TERMS: jfOAIUHNG in the famih' $12 per month, " with on extra chame For washing, room rent, light or fuel. Tuition from $2. to $3 per month for ordinary brandies and 4. for Ancient oi -Modern lanrnarcs. -alusic and use of piano 50. per session .All bills payable one half in advance oi feveperceut will be added tlieieupon, and the balance at the close of the session. Ten continuous months constitute a ses- sion, commencing the first. Monday in March nd closing with a public examination. We have all been connected as teachers or pupils with the nest schools of the North and bring more than uuul experience, and an hon-' "est zeal to bear upon our enterprise in which ilie superintendent has vested ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 10 February 1855

xr rra-ffFwPtHifH) - 1 1 aBa!BFgg55g!aaBa5gaIjt EWMMU'M-lt-MMu;iaqgic5agTT'l'.JL'llP, ilMu,HA';W mB.ii. n! Bur-waJMBJUt-ajOKtCTawpi .fjil iggi-'rLI-i' m"J nw.'M i.VJ ryr,.'' i 'i.fi "- f Tg a jfamtlij Jtospctpcr JDrMcatcfr tn il)c3te, JMaljante, 2tgrimliurc, (jtnmmcrcc ntcral Intelligence, fcc. ,- """'' -' l)e ea0 Hanger, CC?yiPUBLISHED WEEKLY By J. LANCASTER. TERMS: Subscription for one year, $3 ; for six month $1 75; for three months, $1 25. Subscribers, no paying in advance, Trill be charged $5 at the end of the year. Payment -within two months from the mailing" of the first number, Trill be consi- dered in advance. Two copies one year $5, in advance. Anyone sending us five cash paying subscribers, will be furnished a copy gratis. No subscription taken for a less time than one year, unless a special unaerstanamgis umuc iuiu tne publisher. rfo paper will be discontinued (except at the option of the publisher) until allarrcarages are All dnps tn tin office may be remitted per mail ...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 17 February 1855

ssssEasazzzrssa&zsaiaaseStesa agasigtegBaSSgissaifeaafSsgsfessgsaggmgseaai z&mesxssafansissnssEsaa 232s&i&?zrj& r fc. V yroniBcBow'sHeTicc. Agricultural Capacities of Western J45" m Texas, After you cross the Brazos bottoms, with the exception of the lower Colorado and coast, the country is by no means adapted for successfully producing sugar and cotton on an extensive scale, because, without refer- ring to the remote position from market and the valleys west of the Brazos, it is only oc- casionally you realize large bodies of bottom land, similar to those which are readily found in almost any part of the Brazos river. And even then, the land is not so -produc tive, and I venture to assert, that every un- Tuased man3 who examines and compares the productions of the Brazos bottoms with those west of them, will be necessarially compelled to admit that, as a sugar and cotton growing country, they justly claim the palm of the rhole State of Texas. The soil is the mos...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 17 February 1855

HntnEBBSSerssssaKSKSKs VTJ'W--WW8Mg? THE TEXAS RAMIE AM I J 13 Sfi Wliole Number 758. fii " Volume- 6-Nranber 21. Sf. :W W XAS RANGER. J. LAINCASTJERj Editor. A Few Facts about Newspapers. "We are pleased to see that publishers of Southern papers are becoming alive to their tnio infprpct. Wp bono t.Tio dor 13 nrf fo-n ,.,., . . , -1 in another respect. Many complaiu of not distant when a man will no more think of , . . . . frtr fli:iT. ' frv -,. asking, credit for a Southern paper than he contracted with a view of being paid prompt- ly and at a cash price; if we wait, we should, invariably, charge what it costs us for doing so. The" article alluded to deserves notice TJtOct5i)iu3t0ii, &zxas. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY It, 1855. ' To Advertisers. The Tcxasltanger offers great Inducements to business men, who wish, to avail themselves of the benefits of advertising. Being the largest paper in Western Texas, and having a circulation in every county in the State, as well asnjcvery Southern ...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 17 February 1855

sgaBSbaeggswag&asEBggia V .' TfE TEXAS RAMBR, 111) LOWE STAB. ,: T . Jive Oak Female Seminary. ,r R?y. J. W. ilMer, Superintendent, JMrs. Rebecca K. Red, Principal; IMrs. ill. ii. Hawkins, late of Memphis, ""v" ZVnn., teacher of Music. TERMS: TlOAEDING in the family $12 rjermonth, -" with no extra charge for washing, room Tent, light or fuel. Tuition from $2. to $3. per month for ordinary branches imd $4. for Ancient or Modem" languages. Music and use of piano $50. per session. All hills payable one half m advance or "five "per cent will be added thereupon, and the balance at the close of the session. Ten continuous months constitute a ses- sion, commencing the first Monday in March and closing with a public examination. , " TOo-lave all been connected as teachers or "pupils with the best schools of the North and enngmore than usual experience, and an non- st zeal to bear upon our enterprise in which the superintendent has vested bis earthly all, and which he expects permanently...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 17 February 1855

;aM9ac. ajBKgae -. pj at' uit in ; j(iy.n.jijgM'a' jjwi !i'itiiL-ymjr- M-J"'-IL-I."lil.-, L-M'.'M-WJwwgl'g'ri!AtH-il.-q! ', -JL-k,ll.JJ JA , -iJ.!-.iJW. 21 fctmilj) Jtospapa; SfcMmfcfr fa tljc Slrte, iJlecljante, rtaltare, ommcrrjncral intelligence, -&r. f)f iftzxas Hanger, PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY J. IAIVCASTER. TERMS: Subscription for one year, $3 ; for six month 1 75; for three months, $1 25. Subscribers no paying in advance, -will be charged $o at the end of the year. Payment within two months from the mailing of the first number, -will be consi dered m advance. Two copies one year 5-o, in advance. Any one sending us five cash paying Euoscnoers, Trill oe lurnisnea a copy grans. No subscription taken for a less time than one year, unless a special understanding is made with the publisher. No paper -will be discontinued (except at the option of the publisher) until all arrearages are paid. All dues to this office may be remitted per mail in good and available Bank notes, at the ris...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 24 February 1855

- LADIES' DEPARTMEMT. Conducted "by MrstE. lu. iDasljxugtou, ct0. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1855. A Word to Meddlers. "What is there more contemptible than a scandal monger? What is more to he dread- ed than the spirit of mean, low gossip, that pervades too many hearts ? There is a class of meddlers in the world, who mind every body's businessbut their own. Instead of endeavoring to discover the good trails in a persons character, they seek, with th nfmncf. AWirtanfO fnr tbfl evil. When a neighbor or an acquaintance falls into an er ror, they do not administer a reproof 'in that Christian like manner, recommended in the Bible. On the contrary, these' gossips con- stitute themselves reporlers-in-chicf of all misdemeanors, which come under their watch- ful eyes. Every loot, word and deed, how- ever trivial, is magnified by the brazen tongue of rumor, till it is a difficult tabk to ascer- tain the truth. We can have no confidence in those who would rehearse us long stories about the fault...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 24 February 1855

,fjtlt.Mt iiui.ji ill I niitiBT""g-ri-7a-.rss , I iMjBB3HgSagSBMB3aEBBSaggBaBE ' ' ' i an iipmnwi aiiie 6Nnmber aa TIE TUIAS RANGER AND LONE STA Whole Number 759. .rsr& Hi TEXAS RANGER. J. IiAKCASTER. Editor. gJc!Si-s lYlrttxhrnnfrtiT OiVvrre; LStjtngtou, civets. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 241855. 3fe Advertisers. The Texas Hanger offers great iTTaucements to business men, who wish to avail themselves of the "benefits of advertising. Being the largest paper in "Western Texas, and having a circulation in vcry county in the Stated as well ash every Southern State, the proprietor flatters himself ihst those -who advertise in his columns, will be most amply remunerated. ilfj:' Piilndelpllia' is an author" lxed Bgent for this paper. Jtrank Lipscomb, Esq., of Bellville, Austin co. is n authorized agent for this paper. Capt M. K. Sxeli., Postmaster, Caldwell, is an authorized agent for this paper. j See new advertisements. - Dr. E. R. Hubby, is informed that webaveneard'notbing of the leads se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 24 February 1855

Sw x THE TEIAS RAMEB, AND LONETAb! ! " ;;.-""' . i : - . ---.. T2' ' - ; s i . . -a IPAINTINGJ, GIAZIjVG-, AND Paper-Hanging. N. O. BLINN, AYING permanently located in 'Washing- L ton. takes this method of informing the Dablic that he is prepared to do all -work in his Hneina manner that mil ensure satisfaction. Having learnt his business in one of the best es- tablishments in the North, he flatters himself that'his Vork -will favorably compare with that ofsny Patronage from, a distance and the coun- try Is respectfully solicited. Feb. 24, 1855, 22-tf. To tlie Ladies and Gentlemen of Washington. W. B. GLASK, a a AS the honor of ihforminir the citizens of B Washington and vicinity that he intends opening a Daguerrean Room in this place for this ;year; and as he is nowin possession of the latest improvement, he hopes to. be able to please all that may honor him -with, their patronage. As he mil "be permanently located there, it -will gijsJ all an opportunity to have their likenesses t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 24 February 1855

St Jamil) 2faospapa- SkMcatci ta tlje 3,rtB, illcrtjcmus, sriaxlture, (Umnmcrcc (general Snfcllignuc, &c. x.1 M)t . s&txas Hanger j PUBLISHED WEEKLY BT t T k-xrn A csrri"ET - - o i r 1 1 vjlj jl -fcnx. TERMS: Subscription ,for one year, $3 ; for six month '1 Tfir for fTireETntmths. 1 25. Subscribers no Paving in advance, -prill be charged $5 at the end fcr-fhn ?p!it Pavment within two months From IliB mailing of the first number, "will be consi- dered in advance. Two copies one year $5, in I Ivance. Any one sending us five cash paying abscribcrs, trill "be furnished a copy gratis. fcNo subscription taken for a less time than one HI". .1 -. ?.. H-iI.Hiinii:?t9Tnn(l0 With "V o -nmer will h diKcontinued f except at the tion of the publisher) until all arrearages are an Anaa tn ,?. nfKn mfif hi- remitted ner mail i good and available Bank notes, at .ne tisk oi . t i: . ..,. r n letters being paid y the writers. The postage of a single letter cMYol-tr nF itn-ir nci'tranttO the Wr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 3 March 1855

ffi DEPARTMENT. CostdrietcS "or Tvlrs. j. J-i. ctsljiugtcnt, Storas. SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1S55. Godey's Uady's Booli. The March number of this Magazine is re- ceived, with its usual quantum of embellish- ments and reading matter. The steel plate of colored fashions contain two female figures in the lastest fashionable Tcostume, which are thus described : Fig. 1st. Carriage-dress of poult de sole; the skirt trimmed by rows of very handsome galoon, with raised black velvet figure upon a satin ground; the same shade as the silK. This is graduated in width, growing narrower as it approaches the top of the skirt. Mantle of greenonaiuua silk, thrown back on the shouldtnmmed by deep sewing silk fringe, headfdlwUh box-plaited ruches- of satin rib- bon!! WhTte drawn bonnet, with trailing wreath of green leaves and spring flowers. Pig. 2d. Walking-dress of slate-colored moussdinc or cashmere ; the skirt in three deep flounces, edged by a row of embossed velvet points set together diamond fashio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 3 March 1855

Y Dr. Hush says that the exercise of the or- gans of the breast by singing, contributes to defend them very much from those diseases to which the climate and other cause expose them. Ihe Germans are seldom afflicted with consumption, and spitting of blood is al- most unknown among them a fact attribut- ed by Dr. Bush, in part, to the strength which their lungs acquire by exercising them so fre- quently in yocal music, which constitutes an essential branch of their education, from their earliest years. New Orleans Market. Saturday Mousing, Feb. 24, 1855. Ordinary 6a7 Low Middling 7a7f Good Middling 8a9 Middling Fair 9a9J Fair lOalo Middlin 728i Molasses 19 c. Sugar Fair to Fully Fair 3a4 c Flour $10 OObbl Whiskey 30 a 33c. Pork New Mess $13 75c. Bacon Sides7; Shoulders 6; Hamsllc. Lard Prime 9cts Cheese 12c. Handles Star 220 Bagging 13al-6ic; Hope aSlc. Salt Liverpool $1 35cts; Fine$l 45cts Cotfee Rio at 9c. Rice 5c. New Orleans Money Market. SPECIE. American Gold Coinage, par a prem...

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