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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 22 March 1866

nil! 1-1 .WtMu41 r. r r.MK.jl,. F: C.'IUX5TS'QTO?f dfc CO" KDlTOftS & P.&Of'R-ETORS. TT -ff --V OfEcev- UsTO-T-in Ait-RusBl&c.?ora;o Church and Cherry its- opposite the Post OIHca Voluntary commdnlcatioa-, wUlniE Interest- j i ns or important nr.. MlititodLfrom any. quarter. i News letters from thi various counties of th :- - : "j ' - Dally ..$14 5Utfe.esiecinllr desired. All .c-ommimlctio should be addressed to the VOLTJME NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, THUESDAY, MARCH 22; 1866. Weekly , ,,!i.t, , m8 r NO. 91. " Editors of the Ukiok -n Amkwcxs." . 'S!- - asaaiis Am I lUi EiD sb I i- i m r a, isi i . at m i v JJAIL-I ItttlXGTOX A FaKKAK, Beat Estate X. and General Agent", No. to Public Square. tptxa ixni'kaxci: roni'Axr, r. IXU Peck. A cent-. No. 31 College tlrcct. t XDEItSOX. JOIINSOX .V SMITH. Ileal A. BeUtelAcnU, over Berry's Book Store, Col lege street i I.VHVOUTlI,l)AXIi:i General Southern JX. Agent of Wheel)!! ii Wilson a &cwig Ma- chlncs. No. 57 College street. THIIEX ...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 22 March 1866

"r-v- by j. c. DinnrarGTON & CO. Terms : -Bally, 811.00; Weekly, $3.00. THUHSBAV, XAJRCII 22, IK6G. Reading Matter on XSach Page. ITEMS OF GENKRAI, XEWB. A Washington dispatch sars ttiattbe Tcnneweo resolution will be reported tab. week, without amendment. Thcro is a flifpo'itlon anions some members to discus; it, and it will co donbt occupy the attention of tbe House ibrfomo time, unless (as is now believed) thcro is a majority in favor of it. In that ease they will probably- call tho "pre vious question" at once, and tbuii shut off all de bate. Tbe Cbicf of Police of Indianapolishas received a dispatcli from au official guar! erat Washington, aiking tbe name of the leading; Fenians in that city What is wanted with tLeni, irives rise to con siderable speculation. Statements of a very contradictory nature aro in circulation, in record to ihi position of tbo Government towards the Fenian movement. On the ono band, it is said that tbe .British Govern ment hasuode no remonstrance i...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 22 March 1866

ti a-f . ' sn TITERS BAY, JfARCM SsTlS6. Heading Matter on JEacHi Tagc. THE C I? Y COMMCHICATHD. Messes. Editors : I noticed a card pub lished yesterday morning in every paper in the city, except the Gazelle, over the follow ing signatures: Wm. P. Imtis, Geu'l SupL, J. 1$. Yatbs Ass'tSan't., E. II. Ewino, Gen'l Freight Agent, which I regard as raising a direct question of veracity with uic, not only at a member of the Committee of the Chamber of Com merce, but as an individual. The say that tho statement that Mr. Ewini; Raid that freight must go by his route or he would sink Nashville, is false in every word, ay Usa ble and letter. HavingmadethatRlatcment indirectly, in a communication in the col umns of the Nashville Daily Gazelle, and directly to the Chamber of Commerce of this city, I feel called upon to sutatantiatc it. In order to do no, I called yeslerday upon Mr. Chadbotjiine, and received, from him the following statement: Mr. Ewing Baid to me that if luch houses as French &...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 22 March 1866

Heading Matter on Iktch Page, TH BS8T TCGETAlsXTO. Report or the Kmtaeky ItertlctiltHra.1 Society lay tho President. From the Louisville Courier. Thc season haying arrived for selecting the :rarietie&5f t UV tfilTcrent 'Hands' .of vefj- cUlilascedswHicliVe may wish to' plant, T would beg leave to call your attention to some new sorts of recent production, which are worthy of trial, if not, indeed, of exten sive cultivation, Irath for family use and the market stalls. licsides the new sort, there arc some old and well known varieties of sujierior merit, which I would recommend aa being uaeauallcd by other lands maturing simultaneously with tlicm. All of the following varieties can be ob tained from the eced stores, or supplied by them on short notice, at reasonable prices : DWAUF Oil BNAP MUN8. Earlv Valentine, one of the earliest and lcst; lirown Specked Valentine, or Ilcfugcc or liiousanu to une, is tnc most prouueuvo and best for tho main crop, lioth of these kinds have round ...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 23 March 1866

p if F. C. DXJNICEf GT! &3f fc CO., EDITORS & PROPRIETORS. .rH- ,-s r- .:VolUBtftir comaminciAions, 'containing Interest ng or Important new, solicited foul any quarter. News letter from lbs various, counties of the State especially desired. All communications should be ad-Jrcssed to the " Editors of the Uxiox axd Axebican." AKRIXGTOX t 1MRKAK. Ileal JUtalo and General Agents, No. (3 Public Square. arr.vA. ixKVRAS'cn company, p. p. fVl Peck, Agent. No. 31 College (trect. ANDERSON. JOII-NRON .t SMITH, Ileal Estate Agent, over Berry's Bookstore, Col lege street. AINSWOKTH.IM.NIEI, General Southern Agent of Wheelenl & Wilson's Sewing Ma chliics. No. S7 College street. B KIEV A TJIAX.TOX, CoinmisMim Mer chants, corner of College ana lainrcn streets. OKUWAY A; JO., Wholesale jut (Ircu-m and Commission Merchants. No. 7 r6id street. ei.tox, wiii:i:i.i:k .t co., licaicn in TinniiV- Plumbers' (Ian-fillers' aud Conner- ersmiths' Steele and Materials. No. 22 North Market street. B ...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 23 March 1866

SV 7 - "- '(' Ntcailiii iy p. c. DuinrarGToir & co. Terra. : Ball j", 8U.ed; Weekly, JTKIBAY, XAKCJI 33, ISB." Reading Matter on Each Page. rrnsts or general sews. A Washington correspondent of tho Phila dclphia Ledger asserts that Mr. -Stephens' final acceptance of tho Georgia Senalorship was In consequence of an arsurancn from hicb officials in that city that ho would he admitted to his scat, and the President U determined to do his best to secure that admission. Ills cuo is not nn isolated one. Tho resignation of Maj.ticn. W. 11. Frank lin has been accepted, to dab) tho 10th insU Fenian rumors are crowing more alarming and sensational every day. Tho dispatches are Tcry tood reading fur bronkfast ono can pass nwaya few minutos very pleasantly. It is said that there' aro more than fifty thousand enrolled undcrSweency. It is ascertained Uiat the Fenians, after takinc Canada, Intend to our the United States the upper provinco in exchange forvessels of war. A great many of theSoat...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 23 March 1866

- . , L 1 FRIBAY, SCARClt 23, 18SS. Heading Matter on Each rage. THE CITY. 1 It was the remark of one or the most sue ccssfal merchants in America to a friend "show me " fc&id he, "your city press, and I will tell you how your city and merchants are progressing." We venture that that sa gacious individual would have looked -well Jirtt and lad at the advertiimg columns of the paper that might liavo been handed to lam, ere his judgment would have been pro nounced. AnE vte eeady "pob it? Wc mean the Cholera. This disease, now amongst the most fatal to the human race where it pre vail and is least under the control of the Medical Faculty, is abroad in tho world. It is driving towards our shores, and we may reasonably expect that it will not fail to vi sit us during the present year. Like all the other most fearful enemies of' man, 'it gives warning of its approach, notifying us to pre pare our defences. To-lay we enter the sum mer solstice, and if tho disease shall come it is no-gre...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 23 March 1866

ItemMttg 3fdtter en Hack JPage. The following beautiful poem originally appeared in the New York Freeman's Jour nal .Oar Bcigliborpf the Gaelic claims the authorship.ofJit forgone-of JitsScontributori. Either the Gazette or tlic Journal has been imposed uKn. "Who in it? Our neighbor is rather careless about such matters. How ever, be all this as it may, tho lines arc no less beautiful : TUB COXQ.UEKEI BAXXEK. "Tori this banner, for 'til weary. Hound ft) staff 'til droopine dreary; Far! it, MJ St. it it best: t or there not a man to waTe it. And there's not a soul to nvc it. And there' not one left to lave it In the blood which licroea pave it . And it foes now worn and Crave it. Furl it, ludo it let it rest. lake that banner down, 'tij tailcrcJ I Broken li its stair and shattered I . -And the valiant hottt aro scattered, 1 Over whom it floated hieh. - Ohl lii hard for ut to fold ill Hard to think there' none to hold U s Hard that thono who oneo unrolled it Now must furl it with a ii...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 24 March 1866

i.aii j.Jstw i'HiirK.1 kvimuiz. i - - u iff . & ib mi j'k a mm hi- i i im mm tmm mm i i mm . i mm i ib 03.. Urjos Jjfo AxxxicjJt.Steek. eeer Voluntary commwiuttlonf. coe Uiaisg Later-' 1 : . j-. kChwia sM Ch rrry s4s;, tos44 fe rWiJSce t nirVlr Imnort not mrJ&Siml tmaammv an ftrlM-r I '' (jcueni -avm, iuv ikm nwvm ua State especially desired. 1 .'All commnnieaiioM ehtmU. y;hMimt& to the V0LTOIE NASHVILLE, TEMNESSEEif SiRMjY, MAECH 24, 1866. "BTmiVty... 3 Miters of the Uxio sd AJrtWCAS." Proportionate rates for shorter osriofe. I ' "liiTiTiTiitinn. T T.T1 1 T .rfK"" .'f-'" mHWf IS MtTASSV. I ' 11 Tl J 1 A RRIXGTOX d: I'AKKAK, Jleol liUto 2V. and General Aconts, Ao.C3 Fublio Square. ' 'E'TXA 1XSDRASCB CJfPAXV,P. P. F4 .Peclc. AeceU ft o, 31 youe vtrcet. i KnERSeX,JHXe.ViKXITjr,Ilcal Xjl EstateArentij'OTeriJenT uoolcblore, goi- Jeffe street. A INSWORTK.A.XrEIu General Southern V Asent of VVbcclcn Si Wilion'i Sewinj Ma- chlnet. Ho. ! Colleco treet. , - BKIU.N A TltVXTHS, Com...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 24 March 1866

rrirtlMTrrarj we iy t. c. pummfGToy & co. T;rmm BUy, 814.98; Weekly, s.OO. NATERBAT, 3CAKCI1 34, 186. Kcerfintf .Matter on Each Dage. ITEJtS F OEVEKAIi XEWH. A call, Issued by the National Union Club, of which Alex. A. Randall, First Assistant Postmas ter General, it "President, arrears to-day for a Braid ems meeting, to behold there next week, indorsing President Johnson. All who favor that rourso are invited, without rcwd to party. From Canada wo learn that the excitement In regard to the apprehended Fenian raid is sub tidier. All the necessary preparations to. meet csy emergency that may sxiso arc, however, stQl bcinr made. The Now Yori TWtirar, ns well as Senator Snaner, is jnbilant over the conversion of Sena tor Stewart, of Nevada, who proposes universal guffrwe, excepting women and Indians. Between this and the meeting; of the next Congress there most be tbsolutcly paid, by the Government, over .and above all the ordinary ex penses, one billion, two hundred and one mil li...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 24 March 1866

gjQgViittt aafl Samara SATCKBAX, XA8CK 2i, 1S. Heading Matter on Each Page. TB)E CITY. Our Telegraph Stbtest. "WilUin few day past, there has been a marked change in the tclccraph business of the country. The leading companies of the country hare consolidated their interests 60 as to create a monopoly, which will place Uic entire business of the countryin their hands and at their mercy. This combina tion erects a corporation winch is supreme, and may dictate with absolute authority the telegraphing business of the country, unless it is counteracted by the erection of com peting lines. There is an attempt now be ing made to do this very thing. A company has been organized to build and operate competing lines from Halifax to New Or leans, and are soliciting subscriptions of siock 10 carry out trie enterprise. Hooks are now open in this city for the purpose, at the Second National Bank, and wehopenur business men will investigate the matter and subscribe liberally. The following which ...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 24 March 1866

Jerfffjr MttUei' en Xttch Page. T.VI curiaxi sx. From tho BJchmond Times. Man,.hethcr civilized or savage, has an instinctive remittance to rentlles: and vet the necessities'o? life hare led him to sup press this natural abhorrence so far as to ap propriate the most loathsome of the race as a means ot sustenance, indeed, the epicu rean taste for artificial luxuries has been Rufficicni to overcome his innate diszust. V The crocodile worshipped in one part of Egypt, is eaten in another. Ibc ancient Appolonopollan8"?rere required by law to cat crocodiles, to avenge the death of a princess mo lell a victim to saurian appe tite. The clephantinians cat them from choice, and modern Egyptians follow their example, regardless or the nst or perpe trating cannibalism at second-hand. The flesh of this reptile is variously compared to very bad veal-cutlet, mutton with a fishy taint; and romething between pork and cod fish, with the addition of a musk flavor. Our own experience, acquired during a...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 25 March 1866

HfiB ) .4 i tX ANB 1 3 corner Bt 0ce i $i L i ! 1 iiNgtre r TTJEK JUL WYIZ.US RAJLT VXlDH ASH Offietj Uittos as AsiBKCASJStetkJxnter Volantaryxom nnicattons, containing interests , nccfir hafcOrtant 8rr, solicited koa tinyo; carter. " 1 NimlettcrT fr tho' variouTc&iinUcJ pf the j . ...... j Tsajia: i-taie especially ucjirou. . ar use VttUr ? All CotamimScatiwis ekoald to 'addressed t lie ?o?ortionAte rates tor shorter Eeriods. . -ik-? r "ier' , - SeifeeriaiToai ;lnrariablrin'adrai . : NSHMLLE, TENNESSEE, mquSAT, MARCH. MWK " ;: X " T'l'mZ hi' A KKINGTON A FAKRAK. Ileal &stato JX. ud General Agents, no. none biuto. iTNA INSURANCE 'fcSfPANlf, JP, P. Peck, Agent No. 31 College stroct 1 Kr.NWV.iAHX!WXARXlTK. Real JULrJJstatcAsinUjsOTorllerry'BpokSLore, CoU 1 IKVWAKTH.ItWini. General Souliiem , Agent of Wheeler A-Wilsonf6cwlnr Ma Kli:.t fc TH.1XTBV, Commission Mer chants, corner ol uollcgoanu unnrcn wreeti. jiro AIJ.EY, eKJUWAY, CO., WhoIcaUe Grocers and t-oinmmtou iucrcnants, ri...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 25 March 1866

IT T. c. DUxraGTOjr & CO. TewwiBaHr,. 811.08 t, M'cckly, &S.UO. SUIfBAY, MARCH 25, jyJS-yr-. . .-jj,.. j. I TXE TWO TKR CEXT. TAX. . I We regard the existing tax of two per ccmtondlmercljandisasold in Uiia State jMlcarfef of allbnr It fa not only the merchants that arc crushed by it, but Hie people at large. 1 operates again tbothbyhc usual laws trade. -The mer chant places it as ariffon everything he 1 1 mow r C liia nAMD9--ir i.vnineaa n rl .theconsumerpaya.it in the , bill he makes1 1 .... .i 11... 5r- .1 witnuiis mercaanb jjui u -aiiorus auvun- tages to merchants outside of the State, and cnab!cs,them to undersell our own. Our trade Is thus restricted in amount, and our merchants are compelled to add an addition- al.per centage to enable them to carry on their business at a living rale. Wttv is tins so 7 wno lata tmstax on ina merchants and people? and -who continues it ? The liadicals of this counljrand Shelby are very anxious to saddle the responsibility of thia'iniqui...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 25 March 1866

4 -.- t i -ITT "ffTTT i IT sirrir-1 l'rrirrfirii'iii SUXBAY, MAUCMT 25, ' Reading MmUcr on Iktch Page. - . jq CMHCBCH IRKCrHtY. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCILEMt eide Summer rtrcct, between Union and Deaderick streets. Her. Dr. B, B, C. Howell. Pastor. Residence a o. 1 1 onn tuminer street: bcrricoi at u a. it. and 7 r.u. SPRING STREET BAPTIST CnURCH. Polt Avence. Rev D. W. lbUlii. Pastor. Rcsi- v, i dence at corner Eprnce and Cedar streets; cer vices atll a. u. and 7 r. u. yCHERRY STREET BAPTIST CHURCH, corn r n: uncrry ana Win Mroets. Her. T. U, ilcii.ee. Fat tor : Services at 0f a. . and "H r. M. ' -.PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH.South College " " street near Howard School building. Rov. Dr. John 41- Wabon. Paitor. Rciidcnco McLemore street, WcitJNMnville. . CHRISTIAN CHURCH. hetween High and Vine 'Chnrchttrcet. Rev. P. & Fall. Pastor. Resi lience, cjumwcsi corner oi xieojumDrane ana CATHEDRAL, corner of Cndtu-and amniKr 4 i .-Right Rov. P. A. Feoban. D. D Her". W. Wlh and Rev. J. A. Degra...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 27 March 1866

I yc-wt- "3t", 5 ft 1 1 f. c. nxrsyjNQToy & CO., EDITORS Sc PROPRIETORS. RVolintary communication!, containing intcrcst- ng or important news, rollcitcd from our quarter. jhilNem letters from the various counties of the Siatc especially dcrired. All communications should be addressed to tie J'Editon of Uie Usiosr akd Amniour." - l KIIINGTOX V r.VKKAR, Ileal Estate JA. and General Agents, No. frj Public Square. THTXA INSURANCE COMPANY, P. P. J1U Peck, Agent. No. 31 college street. i ISDEKSON, JOIIXSOX ASHITII, Bcnl XX. Estate Agents, over licrrj uooKbtorc, Col lege street. 1 INSWORIIArANIEE. General Southern XX. Agent of Wheelers St Wilton' Sewing Ma chines, No. 57 Collcze street. TTiRIEX ATHAXTON. Commission Mer- JL chants, corner of College and Chnrvh streets. DAUCY, OROWAY A: CO.. Wholesale I) Grocers and Coininuion Merchants, No. 7 llroad street.' HKLTOS. WIIEEEER V- CO.. Dealers in 15 Tinners', Plumbers' Gas-fitters' and Copper- pcrsmuns clock ana ji&icnais. u. . iwuu Ma...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 27 March 1866

Q HUH, iwvm annffiwroww. BY g. cTsTTinriNGToy & CO. Tenant -- Dally, 814.00; Weekly, 83.00. TTESBAV, MARCH 27, 1S0O. 'Reading Matter on Each 1'agc. ITEMS or GENERAL EWS. ThcJUyorof EL Louis has issued a call for an election for members or City Council, in April. Tho Conservatives arc delighted and the Radicals surprised at hU action. Tho Grand Jury havo found4ndicuncnts against Father Donnelly and Father Kennedy. ol Independence, for preaching without a license. Mr. Pike, of Cincinnati, offers tofnrn'uh half a million towards rebuilding the opera'house, jiro vidfcl gome public-spirited citiien will supply the other halt This It certainly as much as ought to be risked of one man, and, in view of the little iarorance on hlslate losses, the offer is very credi table lo Mr. Tike. Tho Enquirer proposes to build a miniature opera house of its own. Its cy.inder press will affsrd an economical orchestral accompaniment. '-Tho prospect for fruit in Wisconsin was never better. An examinati...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 27 March 1866

TUESBAT, XAKCH 27, 1S6C. JlcadiHfl Matter on Each Page. THE CITY Communicated. "The Bekevolext Society op Ten nessee," Laving been organized for the purpose of supplying the disabled Con federate soldiers witn artificial limbs, Mr. Green Morrow, ha generously volunteered to give a scries of Concerts and Tableaux in the cities and towns in the State of Ten nessee, for this object. The Central Com mittee of Nashville will immediately open a correspondence to establish branch organiza tions which will co-operate with and give Mr. Morrow what assistance he may require, these entertainments will be given entirely by amateurs. The Society will not solicit donations, but will gratefully receive any pent The object of the Society has.been'ap proved by Major-General Thomas. -Mrs. Felicia,G. Porter, Pres't. " "Wasiiikotoh Barrow, V. Pres't Thomas Marshal Secretary. " Mary Paui, Maouire, Treas'r. The following ladies have been selected as .managers: CUEIST C1ICKCII. Mr. John Kirkman, Mrs. Wm. ...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily union and American. — 27 March 1866

Linton ami gUncriom. U- r in in t - l-f H 1 IT' 'I Heading Matter on. Each rage. A .e VEX. BREACH OF PXOSIISE CASK. AiTcxchangc says a curious case of breach of promise has just been commenced and Is now pending iu the Circuit Court of Buchan an county, in which thiry thousand dollars damages are claimed. It appears that a young lady of Franklin county, Pennsylvania, said lo be exceedingly handsome as well as rich, by the death of "her lather in the spring of 1BG3 became sole heir tb some $140,000 worth of properly, mostly in money; bonds and stocks. At the tlineofher father's death 6be was only twentysy cars of age, and under the rigorous 'liiwsxof the Keystone Slate, was not per mitted to enjoy her wealth in her own way, only through a conservator or guardian, un til she became twenty-one years of age. Be fore this anticipated period of her happiness arrived, a gentleman, formerly from the State of Iowa, engaged in the great field of petroleum speculation, became smitten with her ...

Publication Title: Daily Union And American
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