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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 1 August 1850

Volume 1 1 . GLASGOW WEEKL Y TIMES PUBLISHED EV'nUY THURSDAY. Ofilct on Water Street, Vi Stairs, ucxt door to the Glasgow House. TERJISOF PUBLICATION. Kf rone yenr. if pnid in advance, If notpuid o.-fnre Ilia end of tlic year, clubs. 5 copies 1 year in odvauce, 10 " " Ui) " as " " HO " " $2 00 3 00 0 00 15 !0 2."i (10 !H (ill uu oo TEHMSOF ADVERTISING . One square, ( lines orleJOne Dollar for the first, and 00 cents for cac!. -nbseinei;t insertion. Liberal dejections made to Morcliunti and others who advertise by the year. JOB PRINTING, Of everydescriplion, executed with ueatness and despatch, on reasonable terms. JUSTICES' BLANKS ANP RLANK DEEDS, Neatly executed, kept constantly ou Imnd, and lor sale low. AGENTS TOR TIMS TAPER. V. B. Palmer, Esq., is authorized to pro cure Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, and nmlio Collnctionsfort'.i Times, at his of Sees in tho following cities: Philadelphia North-West Corner Third and Chesnut streets. New Voiik Tribune Buildings. !oston--No...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 1 August 1850

THE TIMES at a s i w , itio. TlIURSDAYl Whig Tioketr FOX CONGRESS THIRD DISTRICT, J NO. G. MILLER of coorEn. ii7rii Scotland, Clark, Lewis, Monroe, Boon, Howard, Chariton, Randolph, Mn. con, Shelby, Cooper, Morgan, Colo, Mil. ler, Cinidon, Moniicoti, Schuyler, unci Knox counties. SPEAKING TO DAY. Mr. Lconnrd will add rcs9 tho hcoiil c of tins plnco and vicinity to day, on tho subjects involved in tho congrossion nl canvnss, in behalf of that stcrlin" Whig, John G. Miller. Wo under stand Mr. Ci F. Jackson will reply, on tho part of James S. Ceec.v, Wo hope they will havo a good audionco. JOHN G. MILLER. Whigs, do not forget your candiduto for Congress. Ho is eminently worthy your support, and let him havo it, cor diully. A full Whig vote, will net him ahead of tho other candidates in How- nrd, and ho ought to havo it. J. P. Col. W. W. Wimo.n is u can didatc for Justico of tho Poaco, in this Township. As ho is tho only candidate for that icsponuihlo position, who has thought proper to...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 1 August 1850

JNO.G. MILLER (JEN. CLARK II ia woll known (hot Gun. Chirk, in liia opening spcccli, nl Fuyettr, iwk particular pnina lo dcclaro llmt lie would not vote fur Julm G. Miller. Ho ia now quoted, as saying it ia a "slnndci to charge him with opposing Mr. Mil ler." This declaration ia said to huvc been made in Fayette, to two whig: of 1 rairio township. Democrats say ho will not voto fur Miller, while on im pression is attempted to bo circulated in whig neighborhoods, that ho will. According to the General's public dc claration, if ho votes for Congressman, he is bound to vote for Ciccn. Per Imps ho tt ill tell us tOiday on which side of the sapling he will rido on election day. Tho Missouri Domocrnl "frankly ap peals to whig lo lay asido party pre judices, and vote for Green." Why should whigs vote for Giccn? What has ho ever dono for them but abuse them? What has he ever done for the Stale? Can his friends point to ono singlo measure ho has originated and put through Congress? He has pr...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 1 August 1850

BE GENTLE WITH THY WIFE. Bj penile! for you little know How ninny trial rise; Although to time they may be small, To her of giant i.. Be gentle! lliougli perchs-mo that lip May spenk a murmuring tone, The heart may bat wi'h kindne yet, And joy to bo lliine own. Ep gentle! weary hours of pain 'Tis to woman's lot to bear, ri. uietJ hrr what stn-wrt then canst And all her sorrows share. Tc gentle! fjr the noblest heart At time may have some grief. And ev.n in a pettish word May seek to relief. Be gentle! none are perfect Thou'rt dearer fur than life, Then, hubond, bear and sti 1 forbear Bo pentlo to thy wife. ' rUEslDENTOFTIIE'sEXATE. Senate. On Thursday, July lit". Mr. Dickinson saiJ that l.c proposed to make a motion which, though he Uncw it wbi ett icily in accordance with the rules of the Senate, he hoped would meet with general favor, llo moved that the senior Senator from Alabama, Mr. Kin", be appointed President of tho Senate pro tempore. Mr. Detrien seconded tho motion, and bri...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 8 August 1850

Altai II. (iKUlii! Volume 11. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY. Office on Water Street, Up Stain, next door to the Glasgow House. TERMSOF PUBLICATION. Fc rone year, if paid in advance, $2 00 If notpaid before the end of the year, 3 DO CLUBS 5 copies 1 year in advance, 9 00 10 " " . 15 )0 20 " " 25 0l 25 " " " 23 00 30 " " " 30 00 TERMSOF ADVERTISING. One square, (12 lines or less) One Dollar for the first, and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Liberal deductions made to Merchants and others who advertise hy the year, j JOB PRINTING, Of every description, executed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms. JUSTICES' BLANKS AND BLANK DEEDS, ' Neatly executed, kept constantly on hand, and for sale low. AGENTS FOR THIS PATER. V. B. Palmer, Esq., is authorized to pro cure Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, and make Collectionsforthe Times, t his of fices in the following cities: Philadelphia North-West Corner Third and Chcsnut streets. New York Tribune Buildi...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 8 August 1850

THE TIMES DEFEAT OF THE COMPROMISE The newt of tho tkfoat of tho Com promise Dill, reported lo the Senate by the Committee of Thirteen, of which Mr. Clay was chairman, is every where received with sadness. The country has looked to the adoption of that mea sure as ono calculated to settle the exci ting question of slavery, give peace to the country, and banish all fears as to a dissolution of the Union. Out its re jection.at the very lime the public mind was prepared to hear of its passage, will create a greater degree of excite ment and alarm, than has heretofore prevailed. We think all theoljectt embraced in the bill except the Texas boundary .will be speedily eltled; this has assumed a some what different form, even since the Compromise was introduced, and to this fact, we doubt not, is the defeat of the bill attributable. Mr. Fearce's amendment, if we are correctly in formed, had in view the striking out the Texas bouti-Jary clause, or proposing a different mode of nlji9iing tha...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 8 August 1850

ELECTION ItETURNS. Howard county. Up lo a Into hour yesterday evening, the poll bok of Franklin Towmliip had not been received at Fuyellc. Clark and Soiree (ire elected: Green lead Miller aomo 250 voles; Bolts, Heath and Hill, arc mnM probably elec ted County Court Judges, the two first, certainly. The official vote will .be given next week. CIIA1UTON COUNTY. John G. Miller, 890 J. S. Green, 301 Miller's majority 29 John Miller, lienton, received about 2U0 votes. Legislature. Moore, democrat, ICO; Jackson, whig, 427. Moore's ma jority, 33. Sheriff. II. II. Davis, elected by 27 majority. Boon Cocnty Rocheport Precinct. JohnG. Miller 129 John Milller D3 J. S. Green 29 Gordon 104 Young .04 COOPER COUNTY. 1 1 o'clock Tuesday. J.G.Miller 745 John Miller 405 J. S. Green 145 ' Later information gives John G. a majority of over 700 votes over a!' Green being the hindmost. SAMNE COUNTY. Cambridge, M. Aug. 0, 1850. Dear GEt.: Below ynu will find ii statement of the vole of our township. Maupi...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 8 August 1850

THE THREE HOMES. "Where is thy home" I asked a child Who in the morning air, Was twining flowers most sweel and wild In garlands for her hair; "My home," the happy heart replied, And smiled in childless glee, "Is on the sunny mountain side, Where soft winds wander free." Oh! blessings fall on anlc&s youili, And all iis rosy hours, When every word is joy and truth. And treasures live in flowers! "Where ia thy homef" I asked of one Who bent wilh blushing face, To hear a warrior's lender lone In the wildwood's secret place; She spoke not, but ber varying check The tolo might well jmpait, The home of her young spirit meek Was in a kindred heart. Ah! souls that well might soar above To earth will fondly cling, And build their hopes on human love, That light and fragile thing! "Where is thy home, ihou lonely man?" I asked ihe pilgrim grey, Who came, wilh lurrow'd brow, end wan, Slow musing on his way; He paused, and wilh a solemn mien Upturned his holy eyes, "The land I seek thou ne'e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 15 August 1850

CLAUK it ci;i;a: Volmiio 1 1. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THUH8DAY. Office on Water Street, Up Stairs, next door to the Glasgow House. TEItMSOF PUBLICATION . Per one year, if paid in advance, $2 00 If not paid before the end of the year, 3 00 CLUES. 5 copies 1 year in advance, 9 00 10 " " " 15 00 20 " " " 25 00 S5 " " " 28 00 so " ao oo TEI1M8 0F ADVERTISING . One square, (12 lines or less) One Dollar for the first, and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Liberal deductions made to Merchants and others who advertise by the year. JOB PRINTING, Of every description, executed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms. JUSTICES' BLANKS AND BLANK DEEDS, Neatly executed, kept constantly on hand, and for sale low. AGENTS FOR THIS PATER. V. 15. Palmer, Esq., is authorized to pro cure Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, und make Collcctionsforthe Times, t his of fices in the following cities: .Philadelphia North-Wost Corner Third and Chesnut strcls. New York Tribune Bui...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 15 August 1850

b THE TIMES li A S O V, Mo. THURSDAY, AUG. 13, 1850. ELECTION NEWS. We have 1 ho pleasure this week of announcing ihe election of Darby and Purler, two good whigs, to Congress. riielj i ii elected in the Fifth District. Woodson ran well on tho river coun ties, but in tho back counties wo learn I'lielpsgot the Democratic voto, almost entire Gilpin and Shields not being known! It w ill bo seen by news in another rolumn, that there is a fair prospect of Rowmat't election, in the Fourth Dis trict. In this (Third) District, (he result is not yet known. It will bo seen by a lablc, in onottter column, that several counties aro yet to bo heard from, end tho result is cstremoly doubtful. But for tho treachery of Gen. Clark his open electioneering and finally voting for Gicen, together will) his personal friends, and many other whigs who wero led astray by the excitement pro duced by his demagogueical speeches on the klavery question, wo should have the pleasure of announcing the rlection of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 15 August 1850

The Sacramento, up lliis morning, brings j ,,,,,, ,,c annex ills most im portent Hems: T" r . . irnm i.orrcpinilcnco or the Metropolitan luubu CU. Tuscuinbia, Aug. 7. Dear Sir Our election is over ho po DuoKtiotin. J.B. Harrison, anii.Benton elected by a large mnj. and we think Scon is 100 nlirar). How it stands botween Green end J. G. iMiller we cannot tell. J. Mill (rot but a smnll vole. Scon's majority is laid lo be 157 In Miller couuly. Cape CirunnEAu, Aug. 10. Luke Byrne, whig, elected Senator in th N. Madrid district, hy about 100 majority. Kestuckt Election. The Loutsvill Journal thus sums up tha profit nod loss oc coiinl of the election laa Monday. The Senate consists of 33 members, and food last year 26 Whigs ard 12 Demoeiab ;a h:i oi heard Iroin tha Whigs have lost on. Jy one -in Warren ond Simpson. Th IlofcS of Representatives consist of 101 niciubi-is. The last House stood 58 Vv'hi-s nnrl -13 Democrats. As fur as heard from, llio W lies have lost 10 members and gained .i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 15 August 1850

) THE ANGEL'S WING. BY SAMUEL LOVER. There is a German superstition, that when a sudden silence takes place in i: company, an anccl at thai moment makes a circuit around the in, and tlx first person who breaks (ho silence i supposed to have been touched by ll wing of the seraph. 1-or the purpose poetry, 1 thought two persons prcfera bio to many, in illustrating this vei beautiful superstition. Wlien by the evening's quiet light There sit two silent lovers, They say, while in Buch tranquil plight, An angel round them hovers; And further still old legends tell: The first who breaks the silent spell, To say a soft and pleasing thing, Hath felt the passing angel's wing. Thus, a musing minstrel stty'd By tho summer ocean, Gazing on a lovely maid, Wiih a Lord's dtvotion; Vet his lovo he never spoke, Till now the silent spelt he broke, The hidden firo to flame did spring, Funn d by the passing ongcl a wing. 1 have loved the well ond long, With love of Heaven's own niakir g! This is not a p...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 22 August 1850

ii Ill MM m MMWI BJJ. JMI M I ! HHHaUU HH-Llim-MMI fill Ill MMCTIII I B II I L'BLUJMKjLUUJJAMiWia UiJBMHIJB J J lJMBIIMBfjJIlJJSJI IIIIIM ii.i wr t ,,. ,LLL CLA1CK II UKEEIV: "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jeffeusow. I20ST0K fc rilOPItlETOR. Vol nine 1 1. GLASGOV WEEKLY TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. OQIci on Water Street, Up Stain, door to the Glasgow Home. next TERM80F PUBLICATION. Ft r one year, if paid in advance, $2.00 If notpsid before the end of the year, 3 00 CLUBS. 5 copies 1 year in advance, 0 00 10 " " 15 00 20 " " 25 00 25 ' 28 00 30 ' " " 30 00 TEUM80F ADVERTISING . One square, (12 lines or less) One Dollar for the first, and 50 cents foreach subsequent tnsortion. Liberal deductions made to Merchants and others w ho advertise by the year. JOB TRINTINO, Of every description, executed with neatness nu despatch, on reasonable terms. JUSTICES' BLANKS AND BLANK DEEDS, Neatly executed, kept constantly on hand, nd for sale low. AGENTS F...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 22 August 1850

It it plain, therefore, on the faco of theso treaty atipulationt, that all Mexi cans established in territories north or caat of (ho line of demarcation alrea dy mentioned, corue within tho protcc tionof the ninth article; and that the treaty, being a part of the supremo law of the land, dues extend over all such Mexicans, and assures to them perfect security in tho free enjoyment of their liberty, and properly, as well as in the frco exercise of their religion; and this supremo law of the land being thus in actual force over this Territory, is to be maintained until it shall be displa ced or superseded by other legal provi lions; and if it bo obstructed or rcsis ted by combinations too powerful to be suppressed by tho civil author ity, the case is one which comes within the provisions of law, and which obli ges tho President to enforce these pro visions. Neither the Constitution or the Laws, nor my duty or my oath of t'Sice, leave me any alternative, or any -tusinrt try mv mnilrt f...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 22 August 1850

THIRD DISTRICT THE RESULT The returns in ihis District Indicato tlie election of Jons G. Millsh (o Congrc.su, in place of Hon. J a J S. Green. This rciult ig hailed wilh pleasure by (he Whig Press and People of the Stoto; hailed with n pleas ura (hat meets the election of no other whig Congressman. Wh)? Because, lit. It defeats the uriiveisal pet of (ha opposition. 2d. lie is one of the ablest, purest and best wlrg, the State has within her bor dera. 3d.IIis gojd qualities rot only caused (lie opposition to wage a most releniles, hut un principled opposition to him. 4 ill. This opposition was aided and libel led by some calling themselves whigs, and who, by taking the stump rgainst him, end pursuing a most unfair, slanderous, and dangerously demngogueically course, induced Others under undue excitement, ulso to op pose his election, even to voting for Green! 0( those who gave the opposition 'aid and comfoit' in this unholy warfare against the talented and patriotic Willed, Gen. J. B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 22 August 1850

V THE SUMMER BIRDS. 8T AMELIA 8. U'EI.BT. Sweet watblera of die sunny hours Forever on ihe wing I love tbein ss 1 love lha flowers, The sunlight of the spring They cotne like pleasant memorier, In summer's joyous time. And sing their gushing melodies, As I would sing a rhyme. Io the green and quiet places, When the golden sunlight falls; We sit with smiling faces, To list to their silver cells; And when their lofty anthems Come pealing through the air, Our hearts leap forth to meet them With a blessing end a prayer. Amid the morning's fragrant dew Amid the mists of even They warble on as if they diew T"""'"'" Their musio down from heaven. ' Ilow sweetly sounds each mellow note; beneath the moon's pale ray, When dying zephyrs rite and float Like lovers' sigh away. -f Lik Like shadowy ppiiits seen at eve, Among the tombs they glide, grieve When sweet the pale fotms for which ' Lie sleeping side by side: They bieak with song the solemn hush, Where peace reclines her head, And link thei...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 29 August 1850

Volume 1 1. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES PUBtisnED nveny Thursday. OJJlct on Water Street, Up Stairs, door to the Glasgow House. next TEIISISOF PUBLICATION . Kt r one year, if paid in advance, If notpaid before (he end of the year, CI.UBB. 5 copies 1 year in advance, 10 " 20 25 " ' SO " $2 00 3 00 9 00 15 00 25 00 24 00 ao oo TEHMBOF AOVF-IlTIKINfJ. On square, (lvj lines or less) One Dollar for the first, and 50 cents forcach subsequent insertion. Liberal deductions made to Merchants and others who advertise by the year. JOI) nilNTG, Of eory description, CNCi'tited with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms. JUSTICES' IU.ANKS AND BLANK DEEDS, Noatly executed, iiopt constantly on hand and for sale low. AGENTS IOU THIS PATrr.. V, B. Palm eii. Esq., is authorized to pro euro Advertisements, receive Subscriptions. and make Co! lections Tor the 1 imes, I his of. Sees in the followiii'' cilips: Philadelphia North-West Corner Third and Chesnut streets. New York Tribune Buildings. Hoston No. 0...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 29 August 1850

THE TIMES r li A S O W, KIo. FOURTH DISTRICT. We ore yd without full returns from the Fourth Congressional District. The latest news we have, was received from a passenger on the Highland Mary, down yesterilnv morning, v ho ic ports Hall elected ly CI votes. He left Lexington Tuesday, and says this was 'generally conceded to bo the result by afrpai lies. jfcf'Tlie publication of the Hannibal Journal has been suspended. Messrs. aymond and Buchaunn, its former Ed itors, design starling a new pqjcr, of enlurgcd size, in a few weeks. Camp Meeti.no. The Camp meet ing commenced near this place last Fri day, is still progressing. A number have professed religion, and the altar is daily and nightly crowded with scckeis. The audience last Sabbath was one of the largest wo have ever seen, while the jinusual good order that prevailed was highly commendable. LI Ri ll vs. LENTON. The slander suit between these two distinguished lucofos, is still pending in the Clnv Ciicuit Court. l the recent te...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 29 August 1850

t CONGItESSIONAL. At our latest dales from Washington, tho Senate was engaged in discussinp; tlio Fugitive. Slnvo Hill, with n fair prospect of its ent'ly passage. This passed, tho Setjalo will havo adopted nil tho tncannes nmlirpccd in tlio om nibus, or Cfimpi omis-es Kill. Tiio Iloii.-e was engird on t'10 An nual Apiropiiiitin lii'lf, not having yel taken tip nny of liic bill so recent ly passed by t lie Senate. A few of t lie ultras arc gassing nliout the rights of the south) and nor'. hern regression, on one side; and llio blessings of universal freedom and tiio sin of slavery, on the other; but it is generally thought the. House has a sufficiency ofscnsiblc mem bct't to pass the bills, thus giving re pose to tno country, and at the same time taking iiic wind out of tho sails of northern and southern fana;ics. There has been no clay fixed yet. or even attempted to be, for nn adjourn ment. Weather. River, &c. The rain last night and today, will havo the effect of cooling the ...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 29 August 1850

BOYHOOD TIME 1 w'th I wera barefoot boy, Without hat or shoe To think egiin this world a toy, With eytry chauging bur, 1 would not give on boyish game, With all ita bopea and feats, For ell the gilt or wealth or fatno That fortune gaily weors. I would not give the little heart That beat in tune with mine. For all the colored tilings of era, Though oft they teem divine. I would not give a Friday n'ght, Eipcclaot of the morn, For ell the hope that could unite My fulure to adorn. Who belh eeen life's giddy show, And followed Fortune's train, Wbo would not all its pomp forego, Tu be a boy again? Oh, give roe back my native hill, And ell the feathcr'd throng, The gentle, winding, gurgling nils That ecko'd back their eong. CI , give me back my rustic home, With ell its simple fare, I'll promise, then, no more to roam, But be contented there. I car.net get, but give me still A reccollectioQ fair, Of boyhood time, it will, it will, Beguile some anxious care. OS MISS ANSA BDEAD, While belles...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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