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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 27 February 1851

Wi". Oo WJ1IKK Dj:MO( : RAT If I'lUNCU'LlS POINT fill: WAY ; WHKN THKV CEASE TO LEAD, WE - C'FSF TO FOLLOW. II V ANUUKW J. HllKY.j KHLbXSnUlu;, TIUJilSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1851 VOL. ?. ISO. 20. it 1,11 i 1 1 It 1 I, Xi A IT 13 O XJ S ' Yowi Graham's Magazine. SCENES IN TEXAS. I v WTOSIA DK BEX til. WITH Til 11 iti'uo, wur.tti: Tin: lamest i:d UllWiixj . -J K)M THE UECOXNOISAXCi: OK AN Ol'IH KI! OF THE V. S. A II M V . T.I I S C The citv of Antonio de Bexar, which i the world (tor except a lew paths and In ,vaa founded more than two centuries past, iJtau trails, there is no appearance ot a occupies a fertile plain on the west shore i r-! to S:in Antonio.) and therefore depn- r iio &ntnmrt river. and now. even its curtailed condition, reaches full v a mile ; alonz that beautiful stream, while in width it extends perhaps to more than half that ; distance It eem to have been rcsrularlv ,' laid off in streets, crossing each oilier at riht ano'les, with an oblong space in the j rentre, a...

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. — 27 February 1851

Andrew J. Rhey, Editor. EBENSBURG, PA. ITHURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1851 CTTns Skmtimcl, Aa mweA the largest cir tula t ion of any paper published in this county and as an advertising sheet ojf'ts superior inducement to merchants and business men generally. Those desirous of making us of this medium for extending their business can da so by either sending their notices direct, or through the fallowing agents John Crouse. Esq., Johnstoien. E. TV. Carr, Evans' Buildings, Third st Philadelphia. V. B. Palmer, Esq , NewYork Philadelphia and Baltimore. NOTICE. The Democratic voters of Cambria ccunty will meet at their several election houses on Saturday the 1st day of March next, between the hours of two and six o'clock, for the purpose of choo sing two delegates from each election dis trict, to meet in Coanty Convention on the following Monday, at the Court House in the Borough of Ebensburg, whose du ty it shall be to select three Conferees to meet the Conferees fromFuhon and Bed ford countie...

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. — 27 February 1851

rjous humfcug, as is not unlikely, the ori nal stockholders, about thirty in number, will take the proceed of eleven thousand shares while those who make up the ag gregate of $100 000 in cash, against the tictitious centals of the others, will receive D dividend upon 1,000 shares. The pro portion is al.oui :is a hat full of sand for the Utter, to ;i ship load of the former." The New York e tiling Poet knocks much of the gloss oir this bluff" story,1 by the following remarks about the char acters of the two principal stockholders iu the,4f5Iufi Hank, heave: "It will be observed that the prominent authorities for all this rigmarole are Mr. Collins, Secretary of a Mining Campari)', and exofficio speculator in corner lots and wooden gingerbread. The other man, Gen. Wilson, is as notorious throughout the United ."States as the Railway King, in England, is now. He lias been for ears a most notorious and unscrupulous specu lator, with no capital hut bad titles to wes tern swamps and a clov...

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. — 27 February 1851

-4J r ft. . 5 i S i . I -it B E N J A M I N Fli A XK LIN The following beautiful Ode, composed by Mr. BrsJ. F. Shitxaber, was sung at the Printer's Banquet which came oft on the nth ulu at NibioV. in Now York city, in honor of the birth-doy of Benjamin Franklin. Mr. b-iil-l&beria well known in this vicinity, as a gen tleman of rare and happy attainments, and is distinguished above all other members of the press by enjoying the bosom friendship of that miraitible lady, Mrs. Fartingtcn. He it was who first introduced her to the public through the columns of the Huston Post, ondhestill ontinues to rtcord her words of wisrdom in the Pathfinder. Boston Allcs. .Mother of Aria, thy children come, A new fraternal faith to plight. As brethren round the hearth of home On some- time-honored festal night: To cast the hnrsh emotion by, The turmoil that the world impart-:. And crowd the quick hours as they My. V;t!i melody from genial hearts, AH borrows borne, or ills endured. Forgotten be in...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 6 March 1851

WE OO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT TUB .WAY WHEN .THSV CBA8K TO LAJ, WE CKASB TO FOLLOW.' BY ANDREW J. R 1112V. EBENSBURG, THURSDAY. MARCH 0, 1851. VOL. 7, NO. 21 'Ti rii r i :. ) iJuU From Graham's Magazine. . ITORlFi FRO 13 THE OLD DRAMATISTS. FORD. THE BROKEN HEART. BY ENSA lMjVAL. ' uOur cctcio is Sparta. He whose ha it of art Math drawn tins piece, calls it tTo Broke (Imr, ' What may be hero thought Fiction, when Time's yeuth Wanted l'iino riper years, was known a Truth; In which, if xvords huth clothed the subject right, ' You may partake a pity with delight." Axyclas, king of Laeonia, had but one child, a beautiful daughter, the Princess Calantha, heiress of his kingdom; next to this child, the young and brave Lord Ith ocles, sat nearest to his heart. This young nobleman merited the king's favor well, for he was a modie of courage and virtue. As his friend, Prophilus, said of him, in the firmament of honor in which his sovereign's love had placed him, he stood like a fix...

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. — 6 March 1851

hrrsS " 5rf MflllNTAWNTST j,jev, Editor. AXPBEW EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY. MA RCA 6. 1851 IPTn SEMti.icL; hat mnch the largest cir eulatioH of any paper published in this county and at an advertising sheet offr superior inducements to merchants and business men generally. That desirous of : making us of this medium for extending thetr business can do so by either tending their noticet direct, or through the fallowing agents John Crous. Esq.. Johnstown. E. W. C(tfr Evans Buildings, Third tt Philadelphia. V..B. Painter, Esq., XewYork Philadelphia and Baltimore. , Onr Principles. . The editor of the Hollidaysburg Whig, in noticing the' change that has recently taken place in the editorial department of this paper, attempts to be severe on us and with his characteristic sang froid asks us, what are the principles of the Democratic party ! Now we would inform this dear Duck of an editor that, " there need's no ghost to come from the grave to tell him this," for the principles of. the Natio...

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. — 6 March 1851

iTorrort tf the Overland Ronlf, f b Ohio (triion published a leuer from a California iniuiigrnt, from which we relecuhe following as showing the suff erings lo which Ihottf who take the over land route to the Pacific count are some land rotite to the l'acmc coa-i are ume j.:iw.Dburj,t Cambria coui iy, n Mondny U.e times fUbjecied: . ! Tl day of April next, at one o'clock I. M . SccouU, as to how I got along, crowirgl Ai lhe t tj. Bnd iuU.,ClJl ot- Dulli,.t the Desert. Al the sink ' ''ie Hun;- j OJ.nsiy, o:, m and u a piece or parcel of land boldt " 1 Marled at the head of a. "Ili;leii.aie . in Wa-hutou to nut-tup Cumbria " ' - if I r... .... il-tilllll V . ioll.ilicr imifla nl 1.. v. -i.il fTlirl.lia band, compost siil OI- IIStll miu w'wi .- . i .,1 .. iJia iturrtiiCi ill Vroour.iur jroiiioii9 or J',e train, we traveled umd about 12 o'clock at night; the company became fatigued and plead , with rue to stop which 1 did. The nexl Burning we sErTed. early, and in a short. time ail the ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 6 March 1851

1V sjdbv.u v LABOR IS WORSHIP. by mrs. oeooo. - Faase net to drsam of the future before mi; Fans uot to neap the wild earas that csm 'er , . Hark, how Creatien'e Jeep, musical chore, Uninlerinitting, goes up into heaven! " Never the ocean-wave falters in Sowing; . Never tho litllo seed slops in its growing; More and mors rishlj tbo rose-heart keep glowing, - - cTill from its nourishing statu it La men. ""Labor i worship I" ibe robin ia singing; " Labor is worship " lbv wild bee ia ringing. Listen ! that eloquent whisper upspringing - Speaks to thy soul from out nature's great heart. Trooi the dark eioud low the life giving shower;- Trom the rough sod blow the aeft-breething flower; From the small insect, tbe-rich coral bower; Oaljr mtD, ia the plan, abrinka from hie part. Labor is life ! 'Tis the still water (ailelb; Idleness ever despairelb, bawaileth; Keep the watch wouud, fur the dark ruat as saileth; riowera droop and die in the eUHnee of noon. Labor ie glory I the flyiag cloud ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 13 March 1851

lir . . - i of l;l f 1 1 i IN ill p iii iii iii iii ill iii ill- , . . . . , BY 'ANDREW' J. KHEY. 1VII S C E nil-A K'E OPS- UOV JACK WOOD -GOT TIILN. . t was during my autumnal trip of 1849, u the backwoods of. Pennsylvania, that 1 became acquainted with the -hero of this sketch. He was about 35 years.. old, six feel two i" height, and stoul in proportion a noble specimen of a man, quite an Ajar in 9ize and courage.- His hair was long and black, and fell in a curly mass down on his shoulders. He could walk as far, run as fast, and shoot or. light as well as "the next one." He always prided himself on his hunting dress, and always looked neat in his per won; his usual dress was a thick blanket hunting frock, of a dark brown color, beand round theneck, siirt, and sleeves, with strips of beaver skin, his stout home pun breeches was met at the knees by heavy buckskin leggins, his feet encased in strong Indian moccasins, and on his head he wore a sort of skull-cap of gray fox-skin, with ...

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. — 13 March 1851

V .1 t it ft i t::- ,r. rl i Mi I Hi . I 1 v I 'v 1 AIOUiWlN SENTINEL. AxDftEir J. Rirev, Editor. BFNSBURG: PA.' . THURSDAY. MARCH 13. 1851 i 0Tb Scntimkl. hat much ihe largest ci'r Utionof any paper pblithed in 'hit com i nd at an advertising sheet offers. .superior inducements to merchants arid business men generally. That desirous of making us of tkit medium for extending their" husinetS call do to bu either tending, their-notices direct, fr tkro-ifrh the fitllnirivtr tizentf i John Cronse, Eq , Johnstown. ! E W. r.,rr, Evans' Buildings, Third it t'nnaa'iphia. , V R I'-itmer, E.q ,NtuYoik Philadelphia and Baltimore. THE SUPliEME IiEXCfL The Democratic party of this State through their delegates in Convention, will soon be called upon to nominate can didates for the Supreme Bench, and it is highly important that men of integrity, of talent, of moral character, of undoubted legal ability, whose lives have been devo ted to the study and practice of the law, should be selected as the...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 13 March 1851

moved tor leave to' bruii? in a bill to make tlm Iraticiuse wnu! the liiiglisti and Welsh Countries some what nualaous lu !u; Iran fiii - f 'he Borough. Lord John Uussdl oned the moiioii aiid was k-it iu a l.rge tuumr- il.- Umir lllti l.,r 1! Ti Tvl Hi! ;l 1 ll."t It. The ttsinult.m uf :'e ":'iry I . ,l..,-r,.J.iil ill t!l3 C r!. .l in I, i r ki ts and there is :.- s d.sj-osition t- i.urcliaai;. The saies t JiV "f-- -0u0 b.les, at uiiv Changed prices. bin closed flat. It ?9 the em-ral i.iijressiuii that Lord Jolia Kticll will foiiiintie iiiollire as a leader, and Sir James IJrali.un le ajiuoin ted l'reihier; blitJulvf Jjtir'd Stanley go in, trouble is feared.' - ' ' France. The most-vie. oust- renlonstranres are being made by the government of ilie President against the entrance ul Austria with all her States iulo the (Jeimau Con federation. The French Government liave sent large reinforcement to the army of Home, so as to put the expedition on a war foot in. ' The first cargo of th...

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. — 13 March 1851

If I Were a Voice. V CUARLES MACXAT. If I were a voice, a pursuasive voice, That could travel the wide world through, I would fly oo the beams of 'he morning light, And ppeak to men with a geutle might. And tell them to be true; I'd fly, I'd fly o'er land and aea, Wherever a human heart might be, Telling a tale or singing a song, In pra.xie of the right, io blame of the wrong. If I were a voice, a consoling voice, I'd fly on the wings of the air The homes of sorrow and guilt I'd seek, T eive them from despair. I'd fly, I'd fly o'er the crowded town, Abd drop like the happy aunlight down. Into the heart! of suffering men, AnJ teach them to rejoice again. Jf I wtro a voico, & oonvlueing voice, I'd travel with the wind. And wherever I saw the nations torn. By war, jealousy and acorn, Or hatred of their kind, I'd By, I'd fly on the thunder crash, And into their blinded boaorna flash,-- And all their evil thoughts subdued, I'd teach them Christian brotherhood. If t were a Twee, aprev...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 20 March 1851

X X !f1 'WE GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT TilK WAY J WliEN THEY CSASE TO LEAD; WE CEASE TO FOLLOW " BY ANDREW J. UIICY. EBENSBURG, THURSDAY ALVRCI1 20, 1851. VOL. 7.NO. 23. T4' k h Or m i . a wa Vei C Aa mitt r' I'.dinburg Journal. The Conflict oi' a,oveA T!e ol Ileal rile. Iv the north of France, near the Bel gian frontier, is situated a small, obscure town. It is surrounded by high fortifiea uons, which seem ready to crush th mean houses tn the centre. Inclosed so to speak, in a net-work ot' walls, the poor hide town lias never sent a suburb to wander on the smooth greea turf outside; but a3 the population increased, new itreets sprang up within the boundary, crowding the already narrow space, and giving to the whole the aspect of some huge prison. The climate of the north of France du ring half the year is usually damp and gloomy. I shall never forget the sensa tion of sadness which I felt when obliged by circumstances to leave the gay, sunny outh, and take up my abode lor...

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. — 20 March 1851

t !! :'f m Mi, if It ii . 5:; Andrew J. Rhev, Editor. EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1851 EjTiie Sentinel, has much the largest cir rulation of any paper published in this countu and as an advertising sheet offers superior inducements to merchants and business men centrally. Those desirous of making use of this medium Jor extending thetr business can do 19 by either sending their notices direct, or through the following agents' John Crouse, Esq., Johnstown. E. V. Carr, Evans' Buildings, Third st Philadelphia. V. R. Palmer, Esq., NewYork Philadelphia and Baltimore. Plank Roads. The project of constructing; a plank road from Ebensburg to the Cherry-tree, was agitated a year since to such an extent that many persons were induced to believe that the work would have been com menced ere this ; but from some cause j unknown to us, the milter has lain over and all the anxiety that was manifested f.,r iia n,ri,. , i lied away. Now, we are of the opinion that, this very needful affair lia...

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. — 20 March 1851

EUROPEAN NEWS. ARRIVAL OF T1IK STEAMSHIP ASIA. One Jt'etk Later. r New York. March 1-1 The Asia, "viili d.ucs the 1st, arrivti! at 8 Y The stealer Uan'ad i fro:n Liverpuo. lock. I; .iti iJVrHI at liie tiine the Ai.i ueparici!. KXCtAND. We clean the following from the Lon don Standard" of February 20th in regard to the Ministf rial crisis: The country will be sorry to hear that Lord Stanley lias failed lo form a Ministry; he has con sequently returned his commission to the Queen. His Lordship had an audience with her at Buckingham Palace yester day, when his inability to complete his administration was made known to Her .Majesty, and no doubt the whole of the circumstances which led to this result. Shortly afterwards the royal despatch was j forwarded to Lord John Kussell, at his private residence, and in all probability he has been again commanded to recon duct his Cabinet, though we do not find anv intimation in the Court Circular that his Lordship had had any interview with fVioon...

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. — 20 March 1851

JL i. 31 cd a t? t TO THE UNION. FROM A VSIT". Giant aggregate of nations, Glorious whole of glorious part, Vnt epdlecs generations Live united, hands anJ hearts ! Be it storm or summer weather, Peuceful calm or battle jar, Stand in beauteous strength together, Sister Slates, as now je are ! Evtry petty class-dissension ileal it up as quick as thought; Every paltry placepretens-on Crush it, as a thing of naught: Let no narrow, private treason Your great onwarJ progrets bar, But remain, in right and reason. Sister Stales, as now je are. Fling away absurd ambition ! People, leave that toy to kings: Envy, jealousy, suspicion Ee above such grovelling tilings ! In each other's joys delighted. All your hale bs joy of war. And by all means keep un let.'. Sister Siatc9, as now yo are '. Were I but some scornful stranger. Still my counsel would be just Break Ilia band, and all is danger, Mutual fear, and dark distrust; But you know ine for a brother, And a friend who speuks fri'i far, fie as...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 27 March 1851

f I lis . 4 BY ANDREW J. IllllSY. MUCiLLAKEOUS Frtmtht United States Lata March lr5. Magazine for Memalr of John B. Cibsoc, L. L. D. John Bannister Gibson, L. L. D., Chief Justice of Pennsylvania, was born a: Carlisle, Cumberland County, Penn fvlvania, a district of that Commonwealth fertile in the name of its distinguished sons. Hs father was Col. George Gib son, a well known officer of onr revolu tionary war.who having commanded with success a regiment of the Virginia line during the contest with Great Britain, fell vcith honor at the memorable deieaf of St. Ciair, by the Indians in 1791. Having received his primary education in his na tive town, Mr Gibson entered Dickinson College, then in the zenith of literary fame, and was matriculated with honor in 1800. He was fortunate in having had at this enerable seat of learning, the instructions of the well known Dr. Charles Nesbit, of the Church of Scotland, for whose virtues, the pupil recorded in 1824, his dutiful re membrance by a ...

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. — 27 March 1851

-4J J JfiHlV Andrew J. Rhey, Editor. EBENSBURG, P4. THURSDAY. MARCH 27, 1851 JCTTn Scntinkl, has much the largest cir tulation of any piper publithtd in this county -and as an advertising sheet offrs superior inducements to merchants and business men generally. Those desirous of making vs of this mraium for extending their business can do so by either sending their notices direct, or through the following agents' John Crouse, Esq., Johnstown. BTWe regret to learn that Judge Btyn ides died on Tuesday evening 25th inst., st Germantown. Removals. Col. M. Roberts will this week remove the Post Office to the room recently occupied by Lewis Beynon, two .1 . C CI 1 TT I juh cisi oi me iueusourg uousc. i L.ewis ueynon "Hill irom hencelorth oc cupy our sanctum, and take the measure of his friends on the spot where we have for iome time past been measuring out ho mxpathic doses (so a friend says.) of edi torial to our readers. The "Sentinel" Office will be removed on Thursday to the rooms, on...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 27 March 1851

1 the jurrrssful carididMe for U. S. Senator were numennjs.--Col. Fremont was every Jay growing morein public favor. The divorce law were occupying the attention of llie Legislature and people to a considerable exu til. The feeling was much jigaiast divorce. The honk "' pampers were ilisprr einr, as busiwefs kul uea'rly IV H through. u..'r:, in -tifTs were rcviiir:r, and de spite the insurable weather, accounts from the mines were very encouraging. K;Wm.ni. Scott Rier and other localities in the extreme North seernrd to bear the most ridine. The miner?, generally, ore dull g well. 1 Dr. Hammond, of the IT. S. Navy, is deid. 'i lie ("resent lirings 138 passengers. The pteamers Isthmus and Oregon had ar rived at lanjma, the former with 300 pas sengers and the latter with 140 The Oregon beat the Isthmus seven days. There were no arrivals at San Francis co from Philadelphia or Baltimore since those reported by the last steamer. The lur-i. Baltic cleared on the 2d of February for Philade...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 27 March 1851

I OWE SO BUI D0U.1I, Br cuAKf.e r. sHisas. Ob. do not envy, in own dear wife! The wealth of our next-door neighbour, Cat bid me ctill to b stout of heart, And cheerfully follow my labour. You muil know, the last of those little debts That have been our lingeriog sorrow. Is paid this night'. So we'll both go forth, With happier hearts to-morrow. Oh, the debtor is but a shame-faced dog. With the creditor's name on his collar; While I'm a king and you are a queen , For wo owe no man a dollar! Our neighbour you saw in his coach to day, With his wife and his flaunting daughter, While we sal down at our cnverless board, To a crust and a cup of water. I saw that the tear-drop stood in your eye, Though you tried your best to conceal it I knew that the contrast reached jour heart, Aod you could n ot help but fee! it; Hut knowing now that our scanty fare Has freed my neck from the collar. You'll join my kugh.apd help me shont, That we owe no man a dollar! Ibis neighbour, whose show has dazzle...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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