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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 2 April 1856

; f ' i toe w&Tmm9 mrnmm, hi - ; i in 1 . f It f I- - r p Raftsman's f mmm!. rs sr. ! S. B. ROW. Editor asd Proprietor. CLEARFIELD, PA., APRIL 2, 1856. Wemmeee of the Philadelphia Convention. . TOR PRESIDENT, MILLARD FILLMORE. TIC PRESIDENT, ANDREW JACKSON DONNCLSON. THE TJHIOIT STATE CONVENTION. This body, which met at Harrisburg on last Wednesday, to nominate a State ticket for the support of all opposed to Locofocoism, ad journed on the 27th, after Jiaring accomplished the purposes for which ii was called. Nearly every district in the State was represented, delegates from all but two, we believe, being in attendance. The proceedings were charac terised by the greatest harmony, and were of soch a satisfactory nature as to create the live liest anticipations for the success of the ticket Dominated, which is composed as follows : CAXAL COMXISSIOXER, THOMAS . COCHKAN, of York Co. AUDITOR 6E5ERAL, DARWIN PHELPS, of Armstrong Co. StTRYETOR 6EXERAL, BARTHOLOMEW LAPOKTE, of Bradford ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 2 April 1856

. . . - , ' ' ' - ' : ' ' ' ... . ' ' 1 J-. ' - THE JOURNAL, AFFAIRS AT HOME. For the Journal. School Exhibition, held Wednesday, March 12th, 1856, and also in the evening, at tha old ; meeting house on the premises of John Goss, ' Dec&tur towaahip, ty Messrs. Hooper, Gill and others uniting several schools in one. Altho' the day was extremely cold and windy, the teachers and pupils met at an early hour, to tell what they had learned and review their studies, in Arithmetic, Geography, Grammar, &c, after which an excellent address on edu cation was delivered by the Rev. C. Jeffries to a large audience. The House was crowded with old and young, and all seemed by their enthusiasm to be very much interested. Ad. journed 3 o'clock p. m. for dinner, and again met at 5, when an address was given by A. T. ScLryver, County Superintendent, on the rise and progress of education, and the benefits re sulting therefrom. The evening exercises consisted of above 40 pieces, viz, speeches, or...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 2 April 1856

THE JOURNAL. AFFAIRS AT JIO.ME. For the Journal. ScOOL Exhibition, held Wednesday, March .12th, 1856, and also in the evening, at the old i meeting house on the premises of John Goss, Decatur township, by Messrs. Hooper, Gill and others uniting several schools in one. Altho' the day was extremely cold aud windy, th teachers and pupils met at an early hour, to tell what they had learned and review their studies, in Arithmetic, Geography, Grammar, &c, after which an excellent address on edu cation was delivered by the Kev. C. Jeffries to a large audience. The House was crowded with old and young, and all seemed by their : enthusiasm to be very much interested. Ad b journed 3 o'clock p. m. for dinner, and again t met at 5, when an address was given by A. T. 'i Schryver, County Superintendent, on the rise I and progress of education, and the benefits re I suiting therefrom. The evening exercises ? consisted of above 40 pieces, Tiz, speeches, orations and amusing dialogues, in which ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 2 April 1856

JUL b iw",-- , ''. - - 1 : - 1r .! 1 -- b if ! I! it I ii if f : - 1 C " - i-! . 4!:' t r f ( lit; it S : . ; !lv r.-7 (I l -- - K n: I it IK. 3 if A PARTNER WANTED The isnder signed, doing business as a Tanner and Cur rier, at Curwensville in this county, will take a Partner, who can furnish a cash capital of at least $500. The Tannery is large and commodious, and capable of doing a much larger business than the subscriber feels able to do by himself. No better opportunity can be afforded to an active business man, with the above capital, who wishes to go in to a paj ing business, S. B. TAYLOR. Carwensville. Dec. 19, 1855, 3mo. NEW FIRM. HARTSHORN & M'CRACKEN have just received a new and splendid assort ment of goodi at their store in LUMBER CITY. . They invite the public to give them a call, and feel assured they will be able to render entire sat isfaction. Lumber, Hides, Rags Grain, and all other kinds of produce taken in excanger- r BENJ. HARTSHORN, . thos. .Mccracken. - Aug...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 2 April 1856

IF ft- r.t - 1 1 A PAUTSER WANTED. The under- gncd, doing business as a Tanner and Cur rier, lurwensvilie In this ?oantv. will take a Partner, who can furni.-h a cash capital-of at least $500. The Tannery ia large and commodious, and capable of doing a, cinch Iarser business than the subscriber feels nblo to do bv himself. No better opportunity can be afforded to an active business ftn T . I- . I 1 ... , . nm me iooio capuoj, wno Wl:-ues TO go In to paving bus.ncM. S. R. TAYLOR. Curwensrille, lce. 19, 1?55. Stuo. TVE W FIRM-HARTSIIORN & MCRACKEN i.- have just received a new and splendid assort ment cf good at their store in f lumber ctty- They invite too publio to give them a call, and feci assured they will bo able to render entire sat isfaction. Lumber. Hides, Hag?, (".rain, and all Other kinds of produce taken in e.vcnnge. -' ... - . JJENJ. HARTSHORN, - -,THOS. McCRACKEN. ?Aug. 1, 1855. New akrival: , . a, ii.. ba uma n. War Room three door a boot Mays' Hotel, Plwk Uo ul stre...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 9 April 1856

V VOL. 2.-N0. 35. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, 1856. BY S. B. ROW. OH, TELL HE NOT OTBBIOHTIE CLIMES. BY riSLET JOHSSOX. Oh. tell me not of brighter clime, - And fairer lands thin ours ; "Where all day long the sunbeams sport With fairy elves and flowers ; For though their ikies may clearer ha, Their stars more brightly shine ; . Yet there's no land can give to me Such blissful joys as mine. . Upon the land that gave me birth, Ko tyrant's feet hate trod ; And freemen there ne'er bend their knees, Save to their Maker, God. Her daughters, too, are fair and brave, Iteposing, pure and free, Eeneath the spreading branches of Fair freedom's lofty tree. Tho' France may boast her sunny vales, And Italy her flowers: Ye none enjoy such liberty, And happiness, as ours. Onr skies to us appear as bright, And none would wish to roam - -In search of beauty, which abounds Within our own loved home. THE OLD RANGER'S LEGEND OF THE SG'IOTA. ' : - T HEBROX BELL. - Nature's great Tolame lay open befo...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 9 April 1856

BY S. B. ROW. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, 1856. YOL. 2 NO. 35. ' OH, TELE ME EOT 07 BRIGHTER CLIMES. -i ' . BT FL5I.ET JOHSiOW. Oh, tell me not of brighter climes, And fairer lands than ours; Where all day Long tbe sunbeams sport With fairy elves and flowers ; Tor though their iklei may clearer he, Their start a ore brightly thine ; Yet there's do land can rive to me - Such blissful joys aa mine. Vpon the land that gare me birth, 'o tyrant'! feet hare trod ; And freemen there ne'er bend their kneel, . tare to their Maker, Ood. - tier daughters, too, are fair add braTe, Reposing, pare and free, Beneath the spreading branches of : fair freedom's lofty tree. . f The' France tnay boast her tunny Tales. And Italy her (lovers; Te none enjoy such liberty, And happiness, as ours. . , Oar skies to ua appear as bright, And none would wish to roam '. In eearch of beauty, which abounds Within our own loTed home. THE OLD RANGER'S LECED OF TIIE SCIOTA. BT HEBRON BELL. Nature's great rolnme la...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 9 April 1856

4 i 13 ft! Mi 15 Hnftsman's Itmntak S. B. ROW, Editor and Proprietor. CLEARFIELD, PA., APRLL 9, 1856. Nominees of the Phfladelphia Convention. FOR PRESIIEXT, ' MILLARD FILLMORE. " 'VICE TRESIDBST, " ' ' ANDRZWJACKSONDONITELSON.-. - " -' " : - Union State Nominations. " ' ' s ' " " canal commissioner, ; -..7 , . THOMAS E. COCIIilAX, of York Co. ArUITOR GEXERAL, ' DARWIN PHELPS, of Armstrong Co. ' irRTETOR CEXERAL, - BARTHOLOMEW LA PORTE, of Bradford Co. "We would not be offensive to oar up-strcct neighbor. lie has our respect our best wish es for liis welfare, and we desire to lire upon amicable' terms with him. But he must not permit himself cither to pervert our language, or misrepresent our plainly expressed senti ments. JN either practice is at all consistent with that courtesy which should characterize the intercourse of honoroble partizans, whose conduct is to be scrutinized and judged by an intelligent and impartial public." Republican. That is precisely what we have to say to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 9 April 1856

- .- - ' ' " ! fi - mmMM, if f t i. Jlafisimm's mnwh. r . ; a. B. B. ROW, Editor Axn PRorniETOR. CLEARFIELD, PA., ArillL 9, 1S56. ,Koniiaeos ol the Philadelphia Convention, ' " ' rOR PRESIDENT,' ' ' ' "-. ' ' ' MILLARD FILLI.IOEE. VICE TRESIDEST, . " f ANDRJSW JACKSON DONNELSOI7. . , - Union State Nominations. CASAI. COMMISSIONER. THOMAS E. COC1IRAX, of York Co.: ' Arnrron oesf.ral, . DARWIN PHELPS, of Armstrong CV surveyor ceskrai., BARTHOLOMEW LA PORTE, of Eradford Co. Wo would not be offensive to our up-6trect neighbor. IIo lias onr respect our best wish es lor: hia welfare, and we desire to live upon amicable terms with him. . But ho must not permit liimself either to pervert our language, or misrepresent our' plainly expressed senti ments. Neither practice is at all consistent with that courtesy which should characterize the intercourse of honoroble partisans, whoso conduct 13 to be scrutinized and judged by ah intelligent ami impartial public." Republican. That is precisely wh...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 9 April 1856

T1IE JOURNAL. AFFAIRS AT nOME. i -.- . .ii i . ; . -. :.' RriiGiors Notice. Next Sunday, being the 13th inst., by Divine permission, services will be resumed in the Episcopal Church in this borough. The recent death of John Litz, one of the Sunday School scholars of the church, will furnish a solemn occasion for a special ad dress to the scholars of the Sunday School, in the' afternoon at three o'clock. The parents and relatives of the deceased, and all his asso ciates, are earnestly and respectfully invited to attend. ; . Montelics & Ten Etck, in Curwensville, hare recived their spring stock of goods, and say they are determined to do things up brown," in the way of selling cheap gods of a superior quality. See their advertisement in to-day's Journal. - "'. Several other new advertisements appear to which attention is also directed. '- OfE ed Oct, Again ! The 'Mansion Honse" in this place having been taken by Samuel Evans, was opened out on Monday for the ac commodation of the ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 9 April 1856

1 1 THEJOTJMAL. AFFAIRS AT riO.ME. - . Jo . I.--. ' ;' - " : . Bombon NoticeI N"eit Sunday, Wing the 13th Inst., br Divine permission,' services will b. resumed "in the Episcopal Chnretf in this borough. The recent death of John Litz, one of the Sunday School scholars of the church, will furnish a solemn occasion for a special ad dress to the scholars of the Sunday, School, in the afternoon at three o'clock. The parents ami relatives of the deceased, and all his asso ciates, are earnestly and respectfully invited to attend. ----' ''''.' ' Moxtelius & Ten Etck, in Curwensvillc, Lave recived their spring stock of goods, and say they are'detcrmined to "do things tip brown," in the way of selling cheap goeds of a superior quality. .See theiradvertisement in to-day's Journal.' . . , Several other new advertisements appear to which attention is also directed. . . OpexedOct, Aqaix ! The,Mansion House"1 in this place having been taken by Samuel Evans, was opened out on Monday for the ac...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 9 April 1856

MWWIW "6 - i i n ; f -1 h ii ii HI h J4iese women Notions or BEAcir.-The Jk tWped gild their teeth the Indis the t whilst in Gazuret ihe fclack Tfae . of dutiful, must brflnger, dtoe, red, their Arabia stain and their lip8 Wne Ja per ef e wpaint a black streak round the eyes, !?Trnamcnt their faces with Tarious figures, in Greenland, the women color their faces with green and yellow, whilst the hottentot women paint in compartments of red and black. Hin doo females, when desirous of appearing par ticularly lovely, smear themselves with a mix ture of saffron and turmeric. In aneicnt Per ein, an aquiline nose was often thought worthy of the crown, but the Sumatron mother care fully flattens the nose of her daughter. Eas tern Slttches. Lord Seapo&th, who was born deaf and dumb, was to diue one day with Lord Melville. Just before the time of the company's arrival, Lady Melville sent into the drawing-room a lady of her acquaintance, who could talk with her fingers to dumb people, tha...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 9 April 1856

XL S f! i M 1 It 2s' oi loss of Eeaitt. The Japanese women gild their teeth, the Indiana paint them red, whilst in Gaznret the pearl of the teeth, to be beautiful, must be dyed black. The ladies of Arabia stain their fingers and toes red, their yebrows black, and their lips blue. In Per i a, they paint a black streak round the eyes, and ornament their faces with Tarious .figures In Greenland, the women color their faces with green and yellow, whilst the hottentot women paint in compartments of red and black. Ilin doo females, when desirous of appearing par ticularly lovely, smear themselves with a mix tare of saffron and turmeric. In ancient Per ia, an aquiline nose was often thought worthy of the crown, but the Sumatron mother care fully flattens the nose of her daughter. Eas tern Sketches. Lord Seafortb, who was born deaf and dumb, was to dine one day with Lord Melville Jost before the time of the company's arrival, Lady JUeivuie sent into the drawing-room a lady of her acquaintan...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 16 April 1856

S- ttttTI ft I " CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1G, 18-50. VOL. 2. NO. 36. BY S. B. ROW. THE ivy. BT CHARLES DICKENS. Oh. a dainty plant is the Ivy green, That creepeth o'er ruins old ! Of right choice food arc his meals, I ween, In his cell so lone and cold ; The trail must be crumbled, the stone decay'd, To pleasure his dainty whim, And the mouldering dust that years have made, Is a merry meal for him ! Creeping where no life is seen, A rare old plaut is the Ivy, green ! Fast he Btealeth on, though he wears no wings, And a staunch old heart has he : How ciosely he twineth, how tight he clings, To his friend, the huge Oak tree! And slily he traileth along the ground, And his leaves he gently waves, As he joyously hugs and crawletb round The rich mould of dead men's graves. Creeping where grim death has boon, A rare old plant is the Ivy, green ! TVhole ages have fled and their works decay'd, And nations have scattered been ; But the stout old Ivy shall never fade, From its halo and he...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 16 April 1856

J . i i VOL. 2.-10. 36. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 1856. BY S. B. KOW. I f Vt .. . . r r ? 4 i 1 f 1 ': r v . - 4 1 3 i i THE IVY. XT CHARLES DICKENS Oh. a dainty plant is the Ivy green, That creepeth o'er mini old ! Of right choice food are his meals, I ween. la Lis cell so lone and cold ; The wall roast be crumbled, the stone decay'd, To pleasure his dainty whim, And the mouldering dust that years have made, Is a merry meal for him ! Creeping where no life is seen, A rare old plant is the Irj, green ! Fast he atealeth on, though he wears no wings, And a staunch old heart has he : How cioscly be twineth, how tight he clings, To bis friend, the huge Oak tree ! And slily he traileth along the ground, And his leaves he gently waves, As he joyously hags and crawloth round The rich mould of dead men's graves. Creeping where grim death has been, A rare old plant is the Ivy, green ! Whole ages have fled and th?ir works decay'd, And nations have scattered been ; But the stoat old Ivy...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 16 April 1856

iiy J ; 12 5 i 'I i ji. I J it (If 5 i I IS hi - 5 - - S. B. HOW, Editoh axq PRorBiETOR. CLEARFIELD, PA., APRIL 1C, 1850. Nominees of the Philadelphia Convention. f ;. ' FOR r RESIDENT, - ; 5IILLABD PILLM02E. VICE rRESIDEST, . ANDSE7 JACKSOS DOJTELSOlf . Union State N'omications. CANWL COWMISSIOSKn. ; ' THOMAS R. COCHRAN, of York Co. ArOlTOR CKNEttAL, ' DARWIN PHELPS, of Armstrong Co. st-itvEYOR general, ' BARTHOLOMEW LAPOilTE, of Bradford Co. ,-. Vo of the PitixtixG Eill. We recently mentioned that a bill for creating permanently : the office of Stato Printer, had passed both -brauches of the Pennsylvania Legislature. On the 2d inst., Gov. Pollock transmitted a . message to the Legislature, vctaing said bill, : in which he sets forth reasons which will sat isfy any reasonable man of tho correctness of his course, llo gives statistics showing the cost of printing for Ave years prior to 1814, : when the printer was elected by tho Legisla ture and not limited, as now, in his prices, f...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 16 April 1856

3 Jlaffsnum's fmtrmil. S. B. ROW, Epitoh and Pkopeietor. CLEARFIELD, PA., APRIL 1G, 1856. Xorameci of the Philadelphia Convention. FOR PRESIDENT, HILLARD riLLXOHE. VICE PRESIDENT, ASJDREW JACKSON DONSELSON. Union State Nominations. CAXAI. COMMISSIONER. ' THOMAS E. COCHRAN, of York Co. ATDITOlt GKNEBAI., DARWIN PHELPS, of Armstrong Co. Srr.VBYftR C.KNRKAL. BARTHOLOMEW LA PORTE, of .Bradford Co. Veto op iue Pki.ntixcj Bill. We recently mentioned that a bill for craating permanently the ofilco of .State Printer, had passed both branches of the Pennsylvania Legislature. On the 2d inst., Gov. Pollock transmitted a message to the Legislature, vetoing said bill, in which he sets forth reasons which will sat isfy any reasonable man ef the correctness of his course, lie gives statistics showing the cost of printing tor five ycar3 prior to 2811; when the printer was elected by the Lcgisla t ure and not limited, as now, in his prices, from which it appears that the average cost of prin ting pe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 16 April 1856

rat 'iVi 'I7J. THE 'JOUMAL. AFFAl US' AT, IIOMK. .CtKAafisiWTx'osi Rib.oad. The char ter for tbi company having been procured, an election for officers, lor. its permanent or ganization, is advertised to be lield at Philips burg on tbe 5th May, as will be seen by a no tice in to-day's Jvu'rnali As soon as tbe com pany. is. fullyorgatoized, active measures will be adopted for raising the icquisite amount of stock, and for putting the road nnder contract. Too nmch commendation cannot be bestowed upon those'who took an active part in poshing forward this enterprise, and tbe. energy and determination which have already been mani fested give bright promise that, in a few years, the snort of the "iron horse" will be heard re verberating amidst the hills and dales of Clear field county- . -v. v - ' .' The I?i vek, last. week, was too high for run- nine? rafts, the water having surmounted the . j banks in many' places. On Friday it had fallen a little, but on the evening of that day and du ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 16 April 1856

THE JOURNAL'. 7 AFFAIRS AT HOMLV .' Cliariield & Trao.sB Raihoad. The char terfcr thii company having; been procured, an election for officers, for its permanent or ganization, is advertised to be held at Philips burg on the 5th Hay, as will be seen by a no tice in to-day's Journal. As soon as the com tany i fully organized, active measures will be adopted for raising the lequistte amount of stock, and for putting the road under contract. Too much commendation cannot be bestowed upon those who took an active part in pushing forward this enterprise, and the energy and determination which have already been mani fested give bright promise that, in a few years, the snort of the "iron horse" will be heard re verberating amidst the hills and dales of Clear field county. " . The Hives, last week, was too high for run ning rafts, the water having surmounted the banks in many places. On Friday it had fallen a little, but on the evening of that day and du ring Saturday some rain fell whic...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 16 April 1856

JU 8 si i i A U i w If 51 IS' r1! A 2 .si 1 ' i r. 7 iff: I f 1 ' i M - humorous. ; Equestrianism Extraordinary. A corres pondent or "Life Illustrated," gives the fol lowing as a portion of the experience of a ca det at West Point: "When I came back from furlough my class had ridden lor a fear, I only for a week or two. Nothing daunted, however, by this, and blind ly trusting to fortune and my own powers, I buckled on a pair of rusty spurs, bound my self securely to an enormous sabre with a pon derous iron scabbard, and sallied forth. Dra goon brought me a raw-boned, vicious lookinz animal, which, after some preliminary difficul ties, I succeeded ia mounting. ; 'Trot ! Horse started ; so did I, half off my saddle. I had never been taught to keep my heels well out, and accordinaly my spurs went in. Horse went in' too. ; Motion pecu liar. Began to think I was losing my balance Sabre flew ont and hit the horse on the head In plunged ray spurs deep among his ribs. jvnomerjump. feabre fl...

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