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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 2 February 1861

etter from HamsDurg ICtfrre_»pondenoe of The Frew.] - _" ,,_" " * HABBisBtms, Jan. 30,1861. Mr. Ball read In place " an act to change the oa|lii of the Sunbury and Erie Railroad Company, ani_'to_^_nitate the completion of a railroad from Suibary; to Erie." The first section changes the corpora,te name from the Sunbury and Brie to the _PAHodel _phza and Erie Railroad Company* Ifl_» " 8«con(i section provides that the Philadelphia and Brie Railroad Company be authorized to issue, under its ooiporate seal, two thousand bonds, net to exoeed, to the aggregate one million pounds sterling _or*_M_»« _milHono dollars, any nnmber or all of _Jirhioh ™_ok may be for two hundred _ponnda _osmose ¦ ^|o|B|nd.. dollars _^af h, payable in _twenty jwir)i;,_tii« bonds to bear-6 per cent, interest, to ie p_^.8emi»M»oaUy,an4 shall not be subjeelte _^iationl' _Aad as security for the payment._ef the psrlnolpal ajad ' _intBieist_, the company.'_-_' i_^au" thoriied to execute In trust, under _I_^sorBo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 2 February 1861

RK r._TfiTOTIS TWTEL.IiltJENCE. Decision m an Important Church Casei There have been few oases of church litigation that have excited as general an interest in the religious _commiinlty as that which has recently been decided in this city, relative to the First Reformed Dutch Church, With the general history of this ease our readers are already familiar. At a meeting of the congregation of this Church, In the fall df ,1860, the Bev. George W. Smiley was elected to succeed the Rev. Mr. _Wiflits in Its pulpit J but Mr. S not being _wlilihg to subscribe to «ie lioetrinea and Btand*rd_« of the _ehuxbh to _whieh he was called , his »_4herenta oalled a' meeting with a _view.of dissolving the connection efthis chnxch and congregation with the Synod of the Reformed Dutch Church. To prevent .the church, property being thus , _perverted from ,the uses of the. deno _^ - min _' ation In whose hands It has- been vested for the last half_^cen ' tury, and a large " objeetlDg minority, the la...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 2 February 1861

Weekly Review of the Fhtladelpnia •::¦•' ' -r-_^ - _' • ¦¦ ' •':¦ _Ifiufltets_.'... _l ' . '"" ¦ _' -tJ.ii;._7 if : -. U: PHWi4l>p)WE»^ _feb. 1,18_^1. _BuaineM generally .continues dull and negleeted owing to the unsettled Biate of our Southern " relations, _atd _tlA _«8_ete fiave been very _ttiaotrVe this week. Bark Ia scarce. _BreadstuffiJ are less active, and for most kinds prices have deolined. 7Qandl_«i are unchanged. Coal continues dull. Coffee _fs in good request, and there ' Is " very Il6fiv here. Sugar-and Molasses are quiet. Cotton.ia tfrjaef, and, tb_^_,atock ia light, feathers are dull. Blshseli.in » small way from store. Fruit is unohanged.1 ' Hemp and Hides are quiet. Tbe Iroo marn_( is very inactive. Lumber, as usual at this season, is at a stand. Naval Stores aad Oils axe without ohange. Provisions, there is a goad feel-Ing and prices are better. Teas and Tobacco are dull. Wool is held firmly. In Dry Goods there is more doing, but business Is very backward...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 2 February 1861

Rev. Dr. _Storrs at Concert Sail The second lecture In the present "People's Literary Institute" course, by the Rev. B. S. Storrs, D. D , of Brooklyn, was delivered at Concert Hall on Thursday evening, before a moderately large audience, on "Climate: its Influence upon Civilization. " Before Introducing Dr. Storrs, Mr. White, _Secretary of the Institute, announced as the lecturer for next Thursday evening, Rev. _Heary( Wajnf Beeoher—subject, " Yea, yea, and Nay, nay "—whioh announcement was received with marked applause. Under all the oiroumstances, this announcement will be an item interest to. Botae . pooplo, otherwise we should sot; 'd ,_evlaie from an aooustomed rule to make It. f _lfr. Storrs opened his lecture by saying that tke _ipfluenoes which act ' upon civilization became every y_^_M _^rjB_^_inlereaJjng oj_^eet bf _rjBwaroli. While _^ther sabje_8t whioh he _^ DfoDOSedtb ' _oonBider was not _ltvesMd; with _^ ' Umj novelty _aud romanoe of 'some others, It.d&...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 2 February 1861

Our SDecial Charleston Correspondence POLITICS IN THE PUUfn—A TEBASOHABiH BUASBSQE8 AT ST. _MIOHABi's _OHUBCH, CHABliBST0H- -THE FIRST DUTY OF SKCEDEE8 : .MCB COKSTITOTIOH A 8B00KDART EPISODE—#HB L8GI8LATUBK OF SOTTTH CAEOMNA AVSOVpS3 —fSWB MAO QUESTION _FINAliY SETTIiBD—^-BtlgE AND WHITE—THE PA_1METT0 AND THE CBJWOENT—-MOHET-VOTINO OUT OF AN EMPTY TEBA* SURY-—COMMBRCK OF 0BABLE8TON TOTAI-LY PBOSTEATED—SPE0IA1 _INSTBUOTIONS TO 001. HAYNE—EVACUATION OF _. FOET SUMPTEE TO BE DBMANDED—MB. _HSMMCStaBE AND EX-JUDQE; Vknv »ttt__VTBW BATTKH.Y AT GUMMING3' POUIT N£ARLY OOMPIiBTJil/—Tux BlUiiXAtu _A\_jxxya —SAVANNAH HOT QUITE SATISFIED-—WHEfE versus fees _bsaok iaboe. [_Correipondesce ot.The Press.] . ©HAMEsxoy, January 28,1861. Very proper complaints have been made from time to time against clergymen of the North for descanting on the day from the pulpit or in the lecture-room, like ft. W. Beecher. The sermon preached yesterday eveninghowever, in St. Michael's Episcopal Churchwas no...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 2 February 1861

THE ILLINOIS CENXRAL KAILKUAD uumrA«i Have for sale $1,200,000 AOBES of .. '" . . ;¦ ¦ .- ¦*' HIGH I"AEMnSf& LABOS • ' .IN _" - • V ' ¦' ¦ - ' ¦' ..- •¦>. TRACTS OF FOKTY ACJUSS AND UPWARD, LONG CREDIT AND AT LOW PRICES. _MECHANICS, FARMERS, AND WORKING MEN The attention of the enterprising and industrious portion of the community is directed to tbo following statements and liberal inducements offered them by the _ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPAN5_T, Whioh, as they will peroeive, will enable them, by proper enerey, perseverance, and industry, to provide comfortable and permanent homes for themselves and _familieg, with, comparatively speaking, very little oapi- IJLLIIfOIS IjAND. HO MES FOB THE IN DUSTRIOUS IN'TBX . ' : .-., ¦ .. ' ¦ ' . RtSnf.N STATE OP THE WEST. LANDS OF ILLINOIS. No State in the valley of the _Missiwippi offers so great an inducement to the settler as the State of Illinois. There is no portion of the world where all of the conditions of climat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 2 February 1861

Tbe Trade or _ittiiwaukee. The recent visit of the Boards of Trade of Chicago and Milwaukee to this city* indicating, as it does, a disposition on the part of the business men of those cities to increase their commercial intercourse with Philadelphia, endows with peculiar interest, at the present time, all statements and statistics which refer to their growth and the amount and character- of their trade. "We were, therefore, much gratified by receiving the " Third Annual Statement of the Trade, Commerce_, and General Business of the City of Milwaukee, for the year 1860," which has recently appeared. The population of this flourishing place, according to the census ot 1860, was 46,000, but its citizens suppose that the real number of its inhabitants is between 50,000 and 55,000. During the last year thera was a very marked increase in her commercial transactions, not only in the purchase and transhipment of grain but in her jobbing trade with interior merchants. The total receipt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 2 February 1861

Canada versus the English Judges; In the present confuse* condition of national affairs, it is not probable that much attention will be given to the Canada Fugitive Slave case, which the English Court of Queen ' s Bench has ordered to be taken across the Atlantic—probably with a view of quietly abrogating the provisions of the Extradition Treaty of 1843. Under other circumstances, the United States Government would not allow this to be performed, or even attempted, without a protest so strong that England wonld cautiously pause ere she proceeded a step fartftnv ' . Although the United States may _tafce no action in this matter, it _ia possible that Canada may. For, view the subject in all points, and no other conclusion can be arrived at than that Sir _AiBXASDEB J. E., Cookbitbk, Chief Justice of England, with his associates, Wiohtxav, _CaoMPion, Hm,, and BiACKBtratH, have committed a grave attack upon the Judicature of Canada by ordering a writ of Habeas Corpus, issued by their...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 2 February 1861

From Jttyyland. [Correspondence of The Press.] ' Haosbstowk_, Jan. 29,1861. As much 8olioitad» is manifested by the entire North, _espeoially by Pennsylvania, as to th_« fidelity of Maryland to the Union, and ths approbation _#f the people of Governor _fiioks, ia refusing to convene the Legislature of oar State, it _afforcli me much pleasure to inform you of a very large, enthusiastic Union meeting, on last Saturday, held in _Hageratown, in the pnblio _wpiare. The first and beat citizens of Washington .bounty responded with joyous alacrity to.the call. At least three-fourths of the people of the whole State are aa true to the Union as the needle to the pole. Soring the absence of the Committee on Resolutions Lewis P. Feiry, Esq., addressed the meeting fie Bald, with innoh power and eloquence, - the movement of seoesrion was revolutionary, conceived and executed under the colorable pretext of Northern hostility to Southern institutions, when in fact it wMonly to _reoonstruot, out...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 2 February 1861

¦ _f CABINET FURNITURE. mat e m oval! _MfW. & J. ALIJEN & BRO.; ___fawpeotfally inform their friends and customers that ¦Et the/ have removed fro _jj Ho. 9*0 _iiouth _K 8EC0_WD Street to their B l_^EW STORE, Bl 209 CHESTNUT STREET, ___tlere they will have always on hand a fine assortment ¦f ¦K0SEW00D_, WALNUT, ASD OAK K. _ITURlNriTXJKK; Hlhieh they will teU at legs than their former pricesin _taseqaenoe of _havinc greater facilities for basinets, _jSbeiQK under less _exoense. PsThey respectfully solicit a call before purchasing ¦Bewhere.- jaffl-Sm _^r«AiJIKET FURNITURE AND BILm& LIARD TABLES. KtfOORE Ss CAMPION, _^M_?- No. S61 SOUTH SECOND STREET. _^KlMceotion with their extensive Cabinet Business ¦W* _raasTrfactannt a superior article of _^mg. BILLIARD TABLES, mmd tartaot on hand a full supply, finished with WmoORB * CAlftPION'8 _IMpJtiVEB C08JHOMS, ¦fni_; _t J are pronounced, by ail who have used them, to _KV_«up«_rior to all others. _&T _diht q...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 2 February 1861

[For The Frew;} ' En. Psess:I£ ihe proof were wanting, although I must say it is not, of the rapid way in which the South is hurling itself to destruction , the fllling off in the trade of New Orleans, by far their most Important oity, is at once a startling and warning one. At ;thi» time last year there were in that port 169 ships and 62 barks, a total. of 231 vessels of size; now there are In port 28 ships aad 9 barks, a total of 37—being a decrease of 193 vessels, or about 600 percent. Besides, it is probable that the number will be _stilj less In a few days. for, notwithstanding the high rates of freight there being realized, the uncertainty of their being able to procure proper clearances prevents the captains of vessels from going _thsre. Then, the rates of freight are so high (being lid for cotton to Liverpool, which is _higher than it has been for a long time) as to prevent shipments being made. Xo realise any profit to the shippers, middling _eotton, shipped at that rat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 2 February 1861

H CtHUMISglOW _ttUliSlsn. _K_^LBYrSA ziSr&amp;SToimioR _^_fe WO. 113 CHBSTN OT ST , m COMMISSION MERCHANTS ¦§' FOR THE SALE OF pPHILADEIiPHIA-MADE IT GOODS. P%»8-6m §|: GROCERIES. _77ZH Mmaker swe * tooS _ST WIN8L0WS GREEN CORN, if FRENCH TOMATOES, _REACHES, _R. ¦ GREEN PEAS. *c ,, &amp;e. if ATMRRRT fl_ RORKRTS. V':DEALER IN f- FINE GROCERIES. _^j-jaiT-tf Corner ELEVENTH and VINE Street*. Kb_*AMILY _FLOTJB, K MADE _FKOV CHOICE WHITE WHEAV. E . CX K. MATTSON, 2HB: S£W1N6 MACHINES ~~ fWHEELER &amp; WIIiSON. Ep . Prices .Reduced, Nov. 15, I860. M SEWING MACHINES. Spas CHESTNUT STREET -SECOND FLOOR Be Bof-aia ¦ jJARRlS* BOUJ_3OIB J[ _SERVING MACHINE. SO. 1—FOR FAMILy 17_SS. O.I-A NEW MACHINE, FOR Q.UILTIN8 AND HEAVY WORK. __?_&amp; »ew from two spools without the trouble of re-____nng&gt; and rune with little or no noise. ___K_i&amp;ie at No. 720 ARCH Street, Philadelphia, ami |_H_»_Pr3 BALTIMORE St., Baltimore, Md. iaU-Sm ^¦it_______,— _„______________ 1 <...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 2 February 1861

t _CUAJL,. B_^D WARD N_. _flAjZoWELX_] _» _^ GOAL _13EAU3K HI AT _IpOBERT R. CORSON &amp; CO.'S OFFICE K 133 WALNUT STREET, H , BKLOW SKCOSD, _KSj*8-tnthalm „_, . _PHILADELPHIA. m FINE WATCH REPAIRING. K1EK80NS HAVIHG FINK WATUttJSS _K_^ that have hitherto given bo satisfaction tothe ¦ _pue» are invited to bring them to out atorewhere ¦P defects e*n be remedied by _thoroughly skilful and _^Bentifto workmen, and the Wfttoh warranted to give _Bktire _satisfaction. Kilantel Clocks, MtunoalBoxes, &amp;o., oarefully put is |H"*«-«- FAER&amp; BROTHER ¦_Elnrporters of Watches. Musical BoxesClocks, fcc ¦_aTsm 34* CHESTrtUT Street, below Fourth. m BUSINJKSS CAKUS. _feoHN ELLIOTT, WINES and LIQUORS, ¦ f Mot. 317 and 319 WALNUT 8treet. (basement _Morsa, between Third and Fourthnorth side,) Phila-^¦_tphia. N. B.—Fine Old Whiskies always on band. Jpstablished in 1845.) ja30-lr ¦N .EORGE J H1NKELS, UPHOLSTERY mLM and CABINET WAREHOUSE, No. 544 WAL-¦|UT Mraet. opposite Independen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 2 February 1861

AWSON &amp; NIOHOLSDN pa- iiuuK.i&gt;_inuj!&gt;it», ¦_T Nos. S19 and S-il MIKQS. Street B:' Between Market and Chemut streeu, K PHILADELPHIA. R-JAME8 _PAWSOK, JAS. B. NICHOLBOM. ¦ gftg-lT* _________ ¦ _? • IMPORTERS Ob SAVASA CIQAM, H Ro. 216 South FROMT Street . ¦_Kifltoeeive _reenlarlT a full assortment of desirable CI-¦¦hk&amp;S, whioh they cfisr at low rates, for cash or ap ___jj_»Ted credit. jslO-ly _B¥_^W _QS_^gANS (LA.) PWAWm.— W" joy, ooe, &amp; Op. ___bre been appointed sole agents in Philadelphia for HEs extensively _circulating paper, of commanding ln-^¦_sjittcse. Baainess men are attvortiBing in the best news-^K»era of _oity and»oountrr, at the officesi of JOTV;COE, ___TvO., Advertising AsentsFIFTH and CHESTNUT ¦¦treeu, Philadelphia; Tribune Bnildincs, New York, K __ COPARTNERSHIP SOT1CJES. _BoaibmounFmaSSe _^ wobbs, KB- WOOD St.between Twenty-first and Tweaty-^- _second. _Bstabhshed 1839. ,.,.„, ¦feTheundarBiKnedsnoeessor to the late firm of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 2 February 1861

MR S. JAMES BBTTS? CELEBRATED SUPPORTERS FOR LADIES, and the only Supporters under eminent medical patronage. Ladies and •hysioians are respectfully requested to call only on Mrs. Bette, at _ber residenceW39 WALNUT Street, Philadelphia(to avoid counterfeits.) Thirty thousand. Invalids have been advwea by thoirphysioianslouse her appliances. Those only are genuine bearing the United etates oopynght, labels on the box, and signaturesand also on the Supporters, with testimonials. flAlB-CDtnKEtf M AUKEREL, HERRING, SHAD, SALWJ. MON, Ik _^_r_^m b bto. Mess .No* 1, % and t Maok-4_SSt^^_tes _et._^* Ortllwd I * brador Hw - 5_«K £°*f » extr» new scaled Herrings, i_'nmhSSSf_**_'*?,6_*1 *^ Herrmis. _^_tetelWt lte_'FiSk?118_"_- In store and landing, lor sate i» __ * _^ _iNimffflghB. ' _BfAYAN A OIGARS.-A HANDSOME _L assortment.comprising Pa_.tagas, Cabanas, Figaro. Meptuno. Punchinello, BlaoKSea, _Kelampago, _Arxuelloa, £_sputello, Z&amp;raiKMana, _»., Jka.. of _jOl sizes and sualifaefi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 2 February 1861

HO XT '8 HIAWATHA HAIR RESTORATIVE *l?J¥W_^ffIW1 _TI &gt; A_ TO ITS OKIalKAi _COLOJU T . IN _Tl_^i^^_ASES allthatisolaimedforit. .- -¦¦¦¦ - No Hair is so Grey «r Red but the HIAWATHA will ohange it to a beautiml and life-like Brown and!Blaok. _^ Itis . not an .instantaneous dye whioh crooks, smuts, and . gives s dead black color to the hair, the patient having to submit to soaping, washingand sponging of the haireyery timeit»applied;nor is'fii%prejwratlon of snlphursue&amp;r of lead. *o-; nor of any _inprpdientf deletenous to the hair or skin, it is an •rtioIoremuriMg no preparation, no washing before or after usingit u applied m five _minuteTBmo, and with as _litfle _tlnnbS oauijuruuuuy aruoie ior me louet, V People who have used this preparation declare it is miraoulons in ltseBectsand that it will perform all that it pretends to do."—CBallon_'s Pictorial. *lt* success is wonderful, and we can only say we endorse all the proprietor says in regard to it, "—[Boston Jonrn...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 2 February 1861

_Necessiwi BT THS _BASB OW I0WEE _SXLL. &lt;¦' Necessity is said to be The mother of Invention;" _There's nothing of its father's said: His name we oannot mention. As everybody now is poor. And everybody's neighbor, There is a strong .Necessity Demanding bread for labor. Now this is one Necessity—No other we win mentM»n— ¦ Mar this we've nrmedwithout delay_. Give birth to an Invention, BrwWoh the poor shall all have work To stop the groans they utter: And have as many loaves of bread As they oan eat with butter. It should be one whioh aye would keep Our hearts in kind _oommuoion, And, by the unity of hearts. E'er keep our etatesm Union. Ajeood Invention this would be . Oao which would _erush the sanies, And _lurniih work to tlad the hearts Of laborers and mechanics. _^ The blaeksmitb then would swing bis sledge, The carpenter his mallet; * And all the working men would earn - The food to please the palate, And money, *oo. with _wiuon ther could For olothiDg make a payment—...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 2 February 1861

Tautology. [For 2hePress.] Bib : May I take the liberty of suggesting that some one be appointed to pat the resolutions of the Common Counoil into proper language ? On Thursday, for example, this preamble and resolution were adopted; WhereasGrave and serious charges have been made by the Board of Controllers of Public Schools In regard to the manner In winch supplies are furnished for the nse of that department, which, if trueare calculated to Injare theoauM of pnblio education; therefore, Resolved, That a committee of investigation be appointed to investigate the matter and report at a future meeting. Sorely, grave charges are necessarily serious. _Snrely, too, it Is self-evident that the duty of a committee of investigation _ —to investigate. Ia the above resolution the werda " serious" and " of _tnvesUgotion " are superfluous. : ¦ ¦ ¦ '¦ _";;r " _^- " ' _&lt; ImwBobool.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 2 February 1861

yet inis, if intended by Mr. Smiley to meet the reulrements of the charterfails, and In this respect be is wanting in an _easeatiat requisite for the pastorate of this ohuroh. *' Mr. Smiliey, In biff affidavit, also says that he was rejected, by the Classissolely upon the _ round of holding the doctrine _ofan unlimited atonement; and tbis stands as an impassable barrierfrom which there is no escape, against his being installed in the office of pastor of the First Reformed Dutch Churchor of his continuing to supply the pulpit of said ohuroh upon any terms,- or in asy oapaolty. Neither Dootor Smiley, nor any otber person, who dees not receive, and preach the doctrine of tie canon of the Reformed Dutch Church upon the subject of Divine predestination, which involves the _dbotrinea of election and reprobation, and the doctrine of the decrees, and, in shortthe entire system of Cal ' _vinistio theology as received and taught by that churohr ; oan have any right to its pulpit, and ought ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 2 February 1861

_K;. LOOKING _GJjASSES. B OOKI ~ n¥_^GL A8 8M8 ~_T K PORTRAIT AND PICTURK FJIAMES, m _ENGRAVINGrS. B-- OIL PAINTINGS, &amp;e., &amp;o. m JAMES S. EARLE &amp; SON, _Importers, manufacturers, wbole-^K_. SALE AND RETAIL DEALERS. Wm " ' EARLES' GALLERIES, B Sl» CHESTNUT STREET, KmhSS-tf Philadelphia ¦¦¦¦_niiVaMMaMMMaMHMa

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