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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 12 December 1850

I:' 1 - 'I BY JOHN G. GIVEN MIS CSLLAKEOU INTELLECT IN RAGS. X BTORY FOR OLD AND YOUNG. Two proud children were tripping along the streets of Boston, one sunshiney day, oa their way to school, chatting as they " went, and apparently enjoying themselves right merrily. A. late rain had given a coating of mud to the red brick sidewalks, so the children trod daintily; the older one, a slight and j aiolie. i should esteem it a rare honor to delicately formed girl, with a merry dark t speak with him, but for a moment.' 'eye, and full rich ringlets, carefully lifting , . you shaj. have hat peasure.f. sa;j the her soft shining garment, that they might j ex-president, smiling; and turning he nre notbe soiled, by contact vMth the wet senU-d the beautiful and fascinating wile elf1', , . i of a millionaire to the talented stranger. And now, their way led through a dark j .'e have met before, madam,' said the damp alley, where the sunbeams grew I gentleman, bowing low, to conceal a sickly, and p...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 12 December 1850

MOUNTAIN SENTINEL, EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 12. 1850 S3Tne Sr.NTi.vsL, has much the largest cir ulation of any paper published in this county and as an advertising sheet offers superior inducements to merchants and business m.en generally. 1 nose aesirous oj maktriic vt of IMS mru turn jut cxienuing inetr oustn'ss can do so by either tending their notice. direct, or tArougi tne juiioiav.g agents; John Crouse, Esq., Jofi-itoirn. E. W. Carr, Evans' Buildings, Third Philadrlphia. V. B. Palmer, Esq., New York Philadelphia and Baltimore. CSTThis, Thursday has been set apart by the Governor, as a day of Thanksgiv ing. We presume it will be properly ob served by our citizens. SWe are untier renewed obligations to our old friend, Col. John W. Geary, for late California papers. Hon. Job .Mann, also, has our thanks for favors from Washington. PPlainfield, N. J., with a popuiatior. of 3000, boasts of having eight churches viz: two Presbyterian, two Baptists, two Friends, one Methodist...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 12 December 1850

A Prairie Incident. At a place calico Yellow Crpck, about half way between Salt L,ke an J ilie junc tion or ihe Oregon and California roads, were The iiawiMinr ,vi:m-?SM to :,. Indian in.issar.-f. C;i tV; evc-iia uri nous, we had crossed :. crc- k and on camped about a hiIIl' h,:4 a .'...if bevou.:. ISear the crer-k same ". ikv In.Jh.is shir. teen in hul erccJ the Rpfr.ro . ,.. I I,.. I 1 . . ? vv tgwai-is. vw.n. t ,i 4li i-uijeavoreu oat in v:.:n. to trade with ihc chief for a pony, but "no swap was the word, though all the while ome one of the party kept exhibiting ihe good qualities and speed of the different animals. The . young squaws excelled their lords iti "the horsemanship or horse womnship. One young creature assumed rvery at titude ot the best rircus tider. She would pick her whip from the ground under full speed; check her poney in his mad career -as if he had been shot; wheel him at full speed. by an inclination of her body throw ths lasso successful at whatever object ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 12 December 1850

JU r-M- '. r-'t ' ' ! 1 i sg cp ia g & Sod? of the Electric Telrgra ph. BY E. L. BLANCH ARD. AwtT where the sunlight is Lright'niog, Away where its !at beams expiie, X tpeed with the Sash of the lightning. I fly on the wings of the wire! Dy .mo are earth's barrier riven, Bj me are its boundaries spread; A word and the impulse is given, A touch and the mission is ped! Hurrah! tis the best conjuration That Science, the wizard has done! Tb.ough tne nation speaks unto nation, Till all are united iu one! In silence I stealthily travel. Unseen, unread, and unheard; For not till my agents unravel My secret, is whispered a word. Tbrorgh darkness and duyligtjt unheeding, Alike on my errand I go. To deep throbbing hearjs ever spreading My tidings of gladness or wo. Ere the voice of the echo had spoken Ere thought could recoil from its birth Jf the links of my path veera unbroken, My Sight would encompass tho earth; From tho bright star that gleams far above us FIahrd onward through measur...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 19 December 1850

V 5? .1 t rrlrV C. . 4. .. 'WE OO M'HERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY; WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW." BY JOHN G. GIVEN. EBENSBURG, THURSDAY, DECEMBER. 19, 1850. VOL. 7. NO. 11. ill MISCELLANEOUS From tlio N. Y. Universe. LEAVES FI10M HISTOKY. Paoli and Slony-Poiiif. We are not about to jubilate the san guinary exploits of a tyrant to subjugate or enslave his fellows we are not about to sing of embattled hosts called together to feed carrion crows, at the word of des pots and autocrats we arc not about to pay homage to kings, or to their battle fields filled with ignorant and mercenary legions, whose issue either way, but leads to rivitting the chains of tyranny on their own country but to speak remembering ly of one of Nature's nobles, heading a handful of our frugal, hardy, daring, suf fering, and valiant forefathers, who suc cessfully defended our plains and moun tains from the enslavement, of a powerful and mighty tyrant, and sounded the res unection ot Libe...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 19 December 1850

MQMTAMNTI1L, EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1850 U"Thb Scntincl, has much the largest cir tulation of any paper published in this county 071 J as an advertising shset offers superior inducements to merchants and business men gtnt rally. Those desirous of making us of this medium for extending thetr business can io so by either sending their notices direct, or through the fallowing agents- John Crouse, Esq., Johnstoicn. E. W. Carr, Evans Duildingi, Third Philadelphia. V. B. Palmer, Esq , XeicYork Philadelphia J Baltimore. Dedication. 'We. have been requested to announce that, by Divine permission, the St. Ben. edict Church at .Carroltown, will be dedicated to the service of the Lord on Christmas day, next. Attention ! The Allegheny Infantry, Loretto, will assemble at Carroltown, on Christmas day, the 25th inst., with arms and accou trements in proper order for drill. By order of the Captain. BWe regret to learn that Mr. Patrick Regan died on Friday evening last. It may be reme...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 19 December 1850

climate on the face cf Creation; and it has! touched similar altitudes in the parishes of i Port Royal and St. Andrew. It has been frightfully malignant at Middleton coffee plantation, the property of the Duke f Buckingham, and it h.," manifested it-elf at CharloUenbuijj, Cluster V;de, Newton, and other properties, ail situated at an nl titude that has hithcr.o liefu-d febrile dis ease. The Bouuty Land Law. ! We learn from the Pension Office, says the Naiional Intelligencer, that in answer to various inquiries relative to the Bounty Land Act of September 28, 1850, deci sions have been made as follows : I. That where the service has been rendered by a substitute, he is the person entitled to the benefit, and not his employ er. 2. That the widow of a soldier who has rendered the service required by law i entitled to bounty land, provided she was a widow at the passage of the law, al though she may have been married several tme3;or although her marriage :o the offi cer orsolditr may ha...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 19 December 1850

JU y.J j ''? .' i r ' I ' J, t : Songs and Hymns of Life. So. 1. BY CHARLES MACKAY. A Traveler through a dusty road Strewed acorns on the lea. And one took root and sprouted up, And grew into a tree. Love sought its shade at evening lime, To breath ita early vows. And age was pleased, in heats of noon. To bask beneath its boughs : The dormouse lovtd its dangling twigs, The birds sweet music bore, It stood a glory in its pla ce, A blessing evermore ' A little spring had lost its wsy Amid the grass and fern, A passing stranger seoop'd & we'd, Where weary men might turn ; lie wall'd it in, and hung with care A ladle at the brink He thought not of the deed he did. But judged that toil might drink, lie passed again and lo ! the well. By summers never dried. Had cooled ten th ousand parching tongues Aud saved a life beside ! A dreamer drop'd a random thought ; Twas old, and yet was new A simple fancy of the brain. But strong in being true; It shone upon a genial mind, And lo ! its lig...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 26 December 1850

A ntrtitrmr w 'WE GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY? WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW." if " DY JOHN G. GIVEN. A C!iristm;t4 Tale. From Arthur's Home Gazetto. A MERRY CIIR I STOMAS. BY T. 9. ARTHUR. I don't think it at all worth while,' said Mrs. Lamberlou. 'It's a great waste of money, and, besides, does them no real good.' Very true, remarked Mr. Lamberton; thousands of dollars are spent at Christ mas lor one trumpery thing and another that might be far more usefully employed. I never liked the system. It does children as you say, no good.' How much did we spend on last Christ mas for drums, horses and dogs, and the dear knows what all?' Oh, don't ask me! More than I'd like to count up. And it was all a sheer waste. If the money had been given to the poor, "there would have been some satisfaction in thinking about it. But now there is none. Well, I'm not in favor of spending a single cent for toys and such like things.' Give them all a sixpence a-piece, and t...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 26 December 1850

UUUluitlr? MlilUMUJ imm ski IV 11, 11 EBENSBUKG, PA. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2G, 1850 ICTTii Sentinel, has much the largest cir culation of any paper published in this county and as an advertising sheet ojf-rs ' Superior inducements to merchants and business men generally. Those desirous of making us of this medium for extending I heir business can do so bi either sending their notices direct, or through the fallowing agents' John Crouse, Kq , Johnstown. E. V. Carr, Etans' Buildirgt, Third PhUad-lphia. V. B. Palmer, Esq , XewYork Philadelphia and Baltimore. BP Nothing of importance doing in Congress. The business is confined to the presentation of petitions, &c.,and is there fore of no interest to the general reader. ty was found among the truest of the true, always at his post, and upon all calls of yeas and nays his name will be found recorded on the right side of the question. In the war of 1812, with Great Britain, Mr. Beatty volunteered his services, and marched to the shores of...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 26 December 1850

Dreadful Sienmboat Explosion. Great Loss of Life Many Wounded and .tji'oi;!, $'c. New Orlla., Dv;, Hi, l M. The new and beaut: fid simmer Ailo-Kurmsn went out on mi exiitrrirnciit trip to-th;, , with a large pleasure i?:.m . mnistiiiT 't-.f two hundred U.l t t rf i -j- After she had i 11 anu, as i iuani, xvus r..-..ia.iii;j t- Un; cii;, , : towards eveiii.ig. her boilers exploded,! greatly shattering the boat, and killing! and wounding a large number. From even:y-five to one hundred persons arc. fjicpnt -i mi& i-t -i i :i tu . ! , ... ... ,a.i,v V, , among the killed, wounded and missiiig.j Mr. Perry, a gentlrman attached to the! office of the New Orleans Bulletin, was! one ot the party, and lust his lile by the fatal disaster. lie was a gentleman well known and much caieemed. Mr. Kid J, of the Daily Crescent, and .Mr. Higna, of the Delta, were wounded, bat not seri ously. Mr. Nathan Jarvi?, Mr. Stillinian, and Mr. Stoim, of the Nkw York Novelty Works, were aboard, and all of th...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 26 December 1850

m L- r r-i - rrTri CD 1 !P -T BY J. n. CARNES, OF THE VICKSBCRG WHIG, The blood that flowed at Lexington, and crim soned bright Champlain. Streams Btill along the Southern Gulf and by the lakes of Maine; It Cows in veins that swell abovo Pacific's gol den (-and, And throbs in hearts that love utid grieve dark Atlantic's strand. by it binds in one vast brotherhood the trapper oi the west, With men whose cilica glass themselves ir Erie's clascic breast; And those to whom September brings the fire. side's social hours, "With. thoEO who see December 's brow enwrea- thed with gorgeous flowers'. J-rum whore Columbia laughs to greet the smiling western wave, To where Fotomac sighs beside the patriot he roe's grave; And from the streaming everglades to Huron's lordly flood, Tha glory of the nation's past thrill through a kindred blood! Whenever Arnold's name is told it dyes the cheek with shame. And glowrs with j.ride o'er Eunker Hill or Moultrie's wilder fame; ado wneresoe-er above the fra...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 2 January 1851

4 r ii i r n m w is m i i if m. m i g5 : 1 lit BY JOI1X G. GIVEN. ai.ice v,'rsTo:y. It was ten o'clock, yet Alice Weston still sat in her Utile dressing room, her head resting on her h-tnd, and on ivory comb glistened amidst the loosened tresse?. A fifty dollar bill lay on the table, with which she intended to purchase a winter bonnet and pelisse. It had been bestowed that morning by hot father, cad she would have noticed the reluctance with which it was granted, but she was absorbed by the attempt to decide whether a certain I'di.r Morris would prefer a pink or a whit.; hat. She w is still busied with the- impor tant question; but in vain she r.msackr d her memory for some remark which might furnish a hint to his taste, lie never complexion 1 1 i n 1 H '! 1 .L u 1 : . : , wl-'t'- iither -ind ' L ' " " ' ' ' ,' ' ' 1 ' - - - m - - - - - one, with a very 1 the smallest of delicate flowers for the in side, such as 1 saw at iiaiieu's. So saying, she finished drcsM.tg, glanced contemptu...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 2 January 1851

iiiuur mm EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 1851 men us of tLr"Tn Srmti.vel, has much the largest cir nutation oj .any p..ptr published in this county y-andasan advertising sheet offers superior ..iuutrmr( io mercnams ana business generally. Those desirous of makinsr u - - j"' "icnuing inrir ousiness can do so by either sending their notices direct, or through the allotting agents' John Crouse, Eq., Johnstown. E. W. Carr, Ecans' Buildingt, Third Philadelphia. V,' J?P.alm'r' Es(l' HewYoTk Philadelphia ana Baltimore. Board but of all those who have done bu siness on the State works. He has been complimented by all the forwarding mer chants, with one exception, between Philadelphia and Pittsburg. This evi dence of popularity alone ought, we think, be sufficient to show the Fulton Democrat how futile are its attacks. The forwarding men are the best judges wheth er an officer on the Road has discharged his duty faithfully and with an eye to the best interests of the State, and with ver...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 2 January 1851

COUNTING HOUSE A I II A ft A C. TW FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD JL VZ? il j Beinsr ;ie V it.'t rvav i ear; Coi- lauansr l hrce Hundred and Sixty -Jive Days, and after the Fourth of July, the Seventy-fifth year of American Independence. 3 5 cc Cc JANUARY, 1 8 15 22 2 9 3 4 11 18 25 1 7 22 7 19 7 13 7, 7 38 41 47 5li 0 8 16 25 5 12 6 13 4 14 10 IG 17 24 19 20 21 23 26,27128,29130131 FEBRUARY 5 2) 3 9110 4! c; 7 8! 15 5215 11 13 14 44 35 i6'i7!iSjiy;2o!2i 23! 24;-,'5 26i27 2 !! n;0 i 2G5 16:5 MARCH, 31 44 1 0 i i 14 21 9 IG 23 10 11 ll 13 20 15, 5 5 7 jo 53 17 24 IS li 2P, ,2 29 5S0 2 j 16 496 11 30131 AfEIt, 1 8 15 inlf OA! 10 13 14 16, 17! IN 19 !5 22 6 38jlli"s will favor them with a call. 20 21 27 28 22i23 24 55 26 14! 10 1 G.O 54 587 2 i I ! 3j5 C! 4 10 4 12 1 IC i7: 4 f2!7 8 11 I 1 "l I 4 t 1 8! 19'20,2 1 !22.23 24:!4 4617 3(M:il 6 7 4 41 4 38 JVNE, I2!i:!t4;!l 3517 i 19120 21 I 3517 2 4 35 II 7 7 7 JVLY, 1 37 I 41 23 19 14 9 3 55 4S 39 31 ir. 17 11 i8i!; 25:26, 4 16'7 24 4 51 AtOrST...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 2 January 1851

From fe Germantown Telegraph. Lime ami Ashfs as Manure. ;Vr. Editor: Your correspondents linear. All advertisements handed in must hare think have recommended the use ol lime and ashes as a stiniulous lor vegetables, and as I have had some experience in the use of the latter, I 'wish to add my testi mony in their behalf, for 1 consider ashes both le iched or unleached, as one of the most decidedly valuable applications that a fanner can make to his soil I have ap plied them to corn, to w heat, beans, oats, peas, and indeed, to almost every variety of cultivated crop known to the farmer of modern days, andahvays w ith highly ben eficial and lucrative results. As to lime 1 am not prepared by experimental knowi-t edge, to endorse the high, and, as it feems i to me. often extravagant estimate w hich often (Xtravagunt estimate w h many of my countrymen place upon it, al- thciiirh I assign it a hi 'h rank amonsr min cral manures, and am even m th e habit ol i applying greater or less quan...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 16 January 1851

it r liriiiiiTfrTr' If ' I M I vvvxv 1 1 'WE GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAV J WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW.' BY JOHN G. GIVEN. EBENSBURG, THURSDAY, JANUARY-10, 1851. VOL. 7. NO. 14. rni7iMinw in? go u UU I millUll U lMLtUUIiUU To 'the Honorable, the Senators, a -d Members of the House of Ilcpresenta- j lives of the Generul Assvm'-ly. Fellow Citizens : A renewal of ex pressions of gratitude to the Almighty ( Father, for his manifold mercies ami pro- ) tecting influences daring the past year, : and the utterance of a prayer "in spirit : and in truth," for the continuance of tht-se blessings well become a people who 1 habitually acknowledge the superintending care of a ju.n and merciful God The Abundant harvests of the late season, the ! general exemption of the community from disease, the rapidly improving condition, of the country, in all things which confer happiness and rational contentment, 'in creased facilities of education, and the enjoyment of reli...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 16 January 1851

that an issue of small notes from State in titutions, founded on a deposite of stocks, would be highly acceptable to the people. A reference to subjects under the con trol of the National Government, has long formed part of the annual messages of the State Executives, and the custom has found favor not only by its consonance with the peculiar relations of the States to the General Government, but in the deep solicitude felt by individual citizens in the action of the latter on questions of perva ding and direct interest to all. From the resolves of their Representatives in the councils of the States, the opinions and wishes of the people are often well col lected, and hence your action is frequent ly of great moment. In obedience, there fore, to custom, and in order that the sen timents of our common constituency may have expression either through the Exec utive Message or the action of their rep resentatives, it is proper to refer to some of those questions of general interest, the...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 16 January 1851

you take hold of the newspaper of your neighborhood, as a subscriber, who has paid his $ii and done a proper act of citi zenship.. We have some Uuills to say to onr brothers of thb prt-ss, which, fur tin1 present xru defert & to tt.e proj er and effective tifcfc of thtir ;ovi r, in driving fiom their boidets, the lot ut like liit.ru- turc vhich covers il.e Lnd carryiiy destruction ou its wings, iiiid Iravirg death in its wake. But, Tliere'a a good lime coming- boys for true hearts and wide field cf labor for th bravest. -. The York and ('iinibfrland Railroad. We understand, Irom the Baltimore i Sun, that the difficulties between the di rectors and contractors of the York and Cumberland Railroad, which it was tho't would result iu interminable lawsuits, has been amicably settled by mutual concession and compromise. ISoi being aware of the' exact nature of the dirliculiy. we do not; - a air ft ha ni t 1 1 re f ft Itiu 111 r-w v- ir- a 1 lKJ WW Ulb rcsi IU a J lin- Mi g V'ttJ let y...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 16 January 1851

5. ' 1 . t & cd & ?r THE OLD MAN'S SONG O? THE Clj YEAR'S DYING . 2Y ELEA?:ORA KERVEY. To sleep lo sleep 'lis the O'd Year's dying, Let me Bleep til! ho be d?ad. Comfort and Horn and Time are flying Gladness and youth are fled. Year after year has been ushered in "So many are loal there are few to win, But tucugh fur sorrow, toil, and sin Let me sleep while the Old Year dies. I like not the passing away from earth Of the thiVg we Lave watched so long ; I cannot welcome the New Year's birth With the Old Year's dying song. Wako me at morn when tho dual is flung On the ancient head that so late was young If rest may be where the soul is wrung, Let :ne sleep while the Old Year dies. Hi vers of tears have flowed to him Strong tides of the gout's despair, Many a passionate prayer and I yn,n Been poured on his midnight air. Why have we wished his day's were o'er. When the life that goes with him returns no more ! I shall m'm his wharyitep on the floor, Let me sleep while the Old Ye...

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