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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Smoky Hill and Republican union. — 21 November 1861

Let the sailors sing of the -windy deep, Let soldiers praise their armor, But in my heart this toast I'll keep " The independent Farmer." "When first the rose in robe of green Unfolds its crimson lining, And round his cottage-porch is seen The honey-suckle twining ; When banks of bloom their sweetness yield, To bees that gather honey, He diives his team across the field, "Where ekie3 are soft and sunny. The blackbird clucks behind the plough, The quail pipes loud nnd clearly, Yon orchard hides behind its boughs The home he loveB so dearty ; The grey old barn, -whose doors unfold His ample store in measure, Slorc rich than heaps of hoarded gold, A precious, blessed treasure ; But yonder in the porch there stands, His -wife, the lovely charmer, The sweetest rose on all his lands The Independent Fanner. To him the spring come dancingh, To him the summer blushes, The autumn smiles with mellow ray, He sleeps, old winter hushes. He cares not how the world may move, Iso double r.or feara c...

Publication Title: Smoky Hill And Republican Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Smoky Hill and Republican union. — 28 November 1861

THE SMOKY HILL AND REPUBLICAN UNION. V OURSELVES TO NO PARTY THAT DOES NOT CARRY THE FLAG, AND KEEP STEP TO THE MUSIC OF TOE UNION," "WE JOIN J 1. jjrf IBy O. "V JCi n gsbury. JTJNCTIOlSr, TAtt& CO., KANSAS, THUESDAY, NOV. 28, 1861. Vol. L-No. lO. Shnob pll nnbjUgubn Pinion, rUDLISHED EVUJV TIIUU5D.U MORNING BY AT JUNCTION CITY, DAVIS CO., KANSAS. OFFICE ON JEFFERSON St. BE'N 7th & 8th. TI31MS OF hCDaCEirriON One copy, oi Ten co;cs, S2.00 15.00 one year, - one year, - Payment required in all cases in advance. AH pajK-ra discontinued at the expiration of the time for hich payment is received. tlums or advektising : One square, first insertion, - $1.00 Each subsequent insertion, - - - 50 Ten lines or less being a tquarc. Yearly advertisements inserted on liberal terms. J033:WOIIK done with dispatch, and in the latest style of the art. ID Payment required for all Job "Work on delivery. JVLISN u.2ZD 'n-JJfl JMLIiIPiLA.C'X. BY JOHN' G. SAXE. It was six men of Indooslan To learnin...

Publication Title: Smoky Hill And Republican Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Smoky Hill and Republican union. — 28 November 1861

mMmtivevtiuJksrettayM'r '-1 What Have We Gained A few months ngo, before her sentiments had been fully ascertained, Delaware was said, by some of her own people, to be at the best doubtful in her attitude with re spect to the Union, while her long-honored and leading statesman and Senator, was be lie; ed to occupy an even more unsatiafacto-rj- position. Delaware is now decided in her devotion to thu Uuion, and the traitors within her domain have been cast into ob livion A few months ago, Maryland was, by demonstrations of the active and effective portions of iier people, and by the express ed will of her Legislature, emphatically a Itebel State. She is now, by the repeated ly expressed desires of her people, by the attitude of her government, and by all her applied energies and influence, a Union State, having no hope of peace orprosneii ty outside of the Union. A few months ago, though the people of Virginia had declaied unqualifiedly fur the Union by a majority of almost sixtj- th...

Publication Title: Smoky Hill And Republican Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Smoky Hill and Republican union. — 28 November 1861

l i,- t i S r TELEGRAPHIC Caged Again A Spanish King for Mexico. "WASHINGTON, Hov. 20. Superintendent Kennedy had Ex-Senator Gwin, J. Calhoun Uenunffi, and J. L. !Brent, re-arrested, and their baggage over hauled. Thev were taken to 1'ort Lafay ette. There are five thousand troops in New Orleans, well armed but poorly clothed. The Spanish party in Merico have rc solvecHo impose a king on that country at the point of the bayonet. It is doubtful wiicthcr England and France have fully acceded to this'. - Lord Lyons and tho Mason and Shdell Affair. "Washington, Nov. 21. Lord Lyons has made no offensive com ments upon the Mason and Slidell affair. Reports to the prejudice of that Minister arc positively contradicted in diplomatic circles, and it is quite certain that Lord Lyons will commit no breach of courtesy. If he has an' communication to offer they will be made in an official form, but there is no indication that Euch action is contem plated. The facts in the case are very clear, an...

Publication Title: Smoky Hill And Republican Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Smoky Hill and Republican union. — 28 November 1861

JOHN JOHNSON! I wish it distinctly understood that, al though my -name is John Johnson, I am in no way connected with, or responsible for, the doings, good, bad, or indifferent, of any oilier John Johnson now inhabiting, what 1 call, this mundane vale of tears. Johnson, I am pained to say, is not a rare cognomen. On the contrary, it is confoundedly common. Then my first name, John, is not of unfrcquent occur rence. Oh, why did not my parcnt3 call mo lehabod, or Uezalecl, or Magormissibib, or some other good old Testament name, that would have distinguished me from the thousand-and-onc other Johnsons ? ' There is a letter advertised for you," said my partner one fine morning. I was expecting a lettsr from one of our collectors out "West, so I went to the post office to see if that might be the expected epistle. "Letter advertised for John Johnson?" ?aid I to the clerk. '' Where from, probably ?" asked he. " Somewhere out West," " This is postmarked Illinois." "That is it then," I haz...

Publication Title: Smoky Hill And Republican Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Smoky Hill and Republican union. — 5 December 1861

i-W-. .TJ - 5 J. THE SMOKY HILL AND REPUBLICAN U ;. - ,'fr- ..".WE JOIN OURSELVES TO f NO .PARTY THAT DOES NOT CARRY THE FLAG, AND KEEP STEP TO THE MUSIC. OF THE UNION." 'V M Gr. "W. Kingsiry. JTjisfCpCTC ti)A.VTS CO., jLAlSffeAS, THURSDAY, DEO. 5, 1861. Vol. X.-jSTo. I' JAvrll ! 1 tlIanJrluVnSImon, PUBU3UED EVERY TnUKSmT SIOEXING BY "W KESTGrSBURY, AT JUXCTIOX CITY, DAVIS CO., KANSAS. OFFICE OX JEFFERSON St. BE'X 7th & 8ni. TEUM3 OF SbBSCKIITIOX : One copy, one year, - - - - $,2 00 Ten copies, one year, - - - - - 15 00 Payment required in all cases in advance. AH pipers discontinued at the expiration of the time for which payment is received. TEUM3 OK ADVXETISG: One square, first insertion, - - - $1.00 Each subsequent iiiocrtion, 50 Ten lines or less being a square. Yearly advertisements inserted on liberal terms. done with dispatch, and in the latest style of the art. D" Payment required for all Job "Work on delivery. THE DEATH WARRANT. Anthony Martel was a brave young sold- i...

Publication Title: Smoky Hill And Republican Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Smoky Hill and Republican union. — 5 December 1861

Prosperity in War "Wc see by figtnvs in the New York Times that the earnings of sixteen Xurih em ;railroaJs for 18Gl, are $29,543,707 ; for 1SG0 they were but 2G,242.5GS, mak ing a gain of thirteen per cent, for this 3'tar. During a certain period of 1861. there were 33,214,29-4 ""bushels of grain deliverel at Chicago ; during a corresponding period of 18G0 the amount was 22,SGG,0S8 ; and In 1859, 9,735,582 fushcls, a gain this year over last of 50 per cent., nearly. Duiied a certain period of 18G1, there were 31,304,049 bushels of grain deliv ered at tidewater through the Erie canal j and during i corresponding peiiod of 18G0, only 22,G32,S35 bushels; and during a corresponding period of 1859, only 5,234, 3S8 ; making a gain of 40 per cent, nearly for 1SG1 over 18G0. The exports of breadstuff's to England and the Continent have been equivalent to 54,GS2,G39 bu.-hels for lSGl ; and during the vear of 18G0, 11,191,799 bushels; and for "1S59, 1,G44,GG2 bushels, a gain o! exports of br...

Publication Title: Smoky Hill And Republican Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Smoky Hill and Republican union. — 5 December 1861

I TELEGRAPHIC. Washington', Nov. 2'Q. Two more scouting parties from the right "wmg of the army went out to day. One liad a skirmish with superior numbers. Captain Rawland, with companies C A and B Fridman's Cavalry, went as far' as Hunters Hill, and sent a reconnoiterinc parly forward, who discovered a large body r --".""-"v-l tV amDsn. Uapt. Haw land retired with his force Captain Bell, with between two and three companies of the Third Pennsylvania, Col. Averill's Cavalry, rceonnoiterinff be! tween Hunter's Hill and Vienna, were at tacked by an ambuscading enemy in the woods, on both sides of th m v, volleys were fired before our troops,' pressed by the superior force of the enemy, fell back. J A courier brought this news to General I orter, to whose division the party belong ed. He senr foeward the .Ninth Massachu setts, Fourth xMichigan, Griffin's battery, and two more companies of Averill's Cav- At dubk a11 the trooP3 "turned. .Before the re-enfornpinnntc rii.n,i n,nt Bell, he ...

Publication Title: Smoky Hill And Republican Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Smoky Hill and Republican union. — 5 December 1861

SARAH GOODWIN AND EER BOYS. Sarah Good v. in was tbe name of a poor seamstress, lesiding in the citv of New York. She was not wholly fiiendless: but those whom she knew, and who would have i aided her in her struggles, were very poor and could not. So she, a widow, cud four boys from the ages of four to nine years, struggled through the winter's cold and Eummer's heat, providing her little family with biead, and that was all. Her boys were good children, always in their home after nightfall, and giving their mother every cent of their little earnings as often as they found work to do. At last the mother fell sick, and through a weary ill ness she had no other attendance, save the occasional halp of a neighbor, than the con stant aid of her little boys. It was touch ing to behold their kind ways, and to hcai their gentle words. Everybody said that they would be blessed in coming years for their thoughtful love towards their mother. The widow recovered ; but it was now the middle-of w...

Publication Title: Smoky Hill And Republican Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Smoky Hill and Republican union. — 12 December 1861

THE SMOKY HILL AND REPUBLICAN UNION. & -$" &ys "WE JOIN OURSELVES TO NO PARTY THAT DOES NOT CARRY THE FLAG, AND EHEP STEP TO THE MUSIC OF THE UNION." y By Gr. "W. KingsbuTy. JXJjSTCTIOJSr, DA.VIS CO., B1AjS"SAB, THUESDAY, DEC. 12, 1861.- Vol. X-jSTo, 12, TT J il it f Sinohj gill mibgepub'it anion, ruBuauED ivntr thuusdat mornixo cr G-. 'W. KTISr&SBTJTtY, AT JUNCTION CITY, DAVIS CO., KANSAS. OFFICE OX JEFFERSON St. BEX 7tii i 8th. TEEMS OF SUBSCU!ITIO" One copy, one year, Ten copies, one year, $2.00 - 15.00 Payment required in all cases in advance. All papers discontinued at the expiration of the time for. which payment is received. TLT.MS OF ADVERTISING : One square, first insertion, - $1.00 50 .bacu subsequent insertion, Ten lines or less beiii" a square. 1 early advertisements inserted on liberal terms. jobavoek: done -with dispatch, and in the latest style of the art. 03 Payment required for all Job Work on delivery! fceral fSfacelktjj. Military Services of Winfleld S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Smoky Hill and Republican union. — 12 December 1861

General McClellan and His Labors. Dr. Russell, of the London Times, has he following notice of our new Commaiider-n-chief in his letter ofcOctober,20 : , "His quartersare inla pleasant Louse at he corner of a square not unlike that of Gordon or Lustou. By day, tho door and windows arc open; a sentry in blue tunic, blue cap, blue trowsers, all without what are called facings, brass buttons, with a distracted eagle thereupon, and a waistbelt with a brass buckle inscribed 'U. S ,' walks up and dottn. generally with a pipe or cigar in his mouth, aud his firelock carried hori zontally over his shoulder, so as to bring the bayonet on a level with any eye of which the unwary owner may be coming round the corner. Several dragoon horse.- are hitched up by the rail and the trees along the pavement, standing patiently and goou naiureuiy, as American horses arc wont to do, or, at most, stampiii" and flick- 1) t Union. G. Y. KIXGSBURY, Editor, and' Peopbietoe. JUXCTIOX, K.4XSAS, TJi.U iSIA."Y", ...

Publication Title: Smoky Hill And Republican Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Smoky Hill and Republican union. — 12 December 1861

'rtf fi I ill TELEGRAPHIC. - The Secretary of State, by order of the President, bas called tbo attention of Gen eral McClellan to tbe subject of slaves em- . ployed by lebels escaping to our lines, be placed under military proteotion, or, if n arrested by civil autboritics, tbe officer making tbe arrest, be Liinself placed under t military arrest. Such employment is made a full and sufficient answer to any further claima to service. The Secretary of tbe ireasury will appoint accnts to reside on fcouthem territory coming under our con trol, to employ negroes to ship cotton to Acw lork to be sold on account of Gov ernment. Pay rolls will be made, and stnct accounts kept of labor oerformed which will be paid accordingly. Provisions found in rebel territorv arc to la ikmI fa- subsistence of ncgrwi. The deficiencies to be supplied by Commissaries. . Apih ate letter from Port Eoval stales that one of the Quartermasters lias, on his own responsibility, set about forty negroes at work. Tbe ...

Publication Title: Smoky Hill And Republican Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Smoky Hill and Republican union. — 12 December 1861

s3S rsfctss-wKezass: A COQUETTE'S CONFESSION. I was a coquette. Many a lover's heart I bad lacerated by refusing their offers of marriage, after I bad lured thern on to a " declaration." Aly last victim's name was James Frazer. lie was a tall, awkward, ungainly, homely man, but his heart was as true as steel. I respected him highly, and felt pained when I witnessed his an guish at my rejection of him. But the fact was. I had myself fallen in love with Captain Elliott, who bad been unremitting in bis devotions to me. Mr. Frazer warned rac against Elliott: but I charged bim with jealous', and took his warning as an insult. A few days afterwards Elliott and I were engaged, and my dream of romantic life seemed to be in a fair way of realiza tion. I had a week of happiness. Many have not so much in a lifetime. Many awake from the bright, short dream to find themselves in life-long darkness, and bondage from which there is no escape. Thank God, I was not so miserable as they! My mother wa...

Publication Title: Smoky Hill And Republican Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Smoky Hill and Republican union. — 19 December 1861

iiwh inwuii iuTiiiiiir WIMP ' i -. THE SMOKY HILL AND REPUBLICAN "TVE JOIN OURSELVES TO NO PARTY THAT DOES NOT CARRY THE FLAG, AND KEEP STEP TO THE MUSIC OF TIIE UNION. 33y G-. W. Kingsbury. JTJrCTIOT, D.A.VTS CO., KxJSTSAS, TErUKSIA."5r9 DEC. 19, 1861. ..Vol. I.-2STo. 1; UNION ill 1 i mohj Dill anbgepubn anion, PUBLISHED EVERY TnUHSDAY MOttXIXG BT G-- "W. IvIXGSBUIlY, AT JUNCTION CITY, DAVIS CO., KANSAS. OFFICE ON JEFFERSON St. BE'N 7xn & 8th TERMS OF SL'BSCniPTIOX : One copy, one year, - Ten copies, one j-ear, ... ln.ym.ent required in all cases in advance. All papers discontinued at the expiration of the time for -which payment is received. TEEMS OF ADVERTISING One square, first insertion, -Each subsequent insertion, " "nes or less being a square. Yearly advertisements inserted on liberal terms J013W:03?vK: done with dispatch, and in the latest style of the art. ID" Payment required for all Job Work on delivery. $2.00 13.00 $1.00 50 iritital "The Perils of Peace." The leaders...

Publication Title: Smoky Hill And Republican Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Smoky Hill and Republican union. — 19 December 1861

The Principle at the Bottom. Mr. Stuait has made to the Virginia State Convention, an explanatory report from tlic Committee on Constitutional Re forms, which we find in the Richmond Enquirer of the 20th ult., in which the fundamental political idea which lies at the bottom of this Rehelliou is enunciated". It is that " the political condition of the Nor thern States presents a striking illustration of theculs incident to the preponderance of the element of labor," and the mission of Virginia is to see that labor shall not Lave too much control in society. The rule of labor in the North, argues this modern Solon, "has already manifested itself in many forms, comparatively harm less, it is true, but nevertheless clearly indicative of a spirit of licentiousness which must, in the end, ripen into ngtarianism. It may be seen in the system of free schools, by which the children of the poor are edu cated at the expense of the richj in the various forms of exemption and homestead bills; in...

Publication Title: Smoky Hill And Republican Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Smoky Hill and Republican union. — 19 December 1861

"--W'ffc&f; h i, m n 't The Eev. Robert J. Breckinridge On the Meanness and Cowardice of the Sccesh. The following intensely truo paragraph is taken from tbe niagniflcient paper which the Rev. Robert J. Breckinridge, of Ken tucky, has just contributed to the literature of the country : " The secessionists would have mankind believe, that their conduct is prompted by the most elevated principles, arid directed "by the noblest instincts. In illustration of these pretensions, those who were in the highest civil stations, plundered the govern ment under which they were Senators, members of Congress, and Cabinet officers; those who were in the naval and military service betrayed the flag of their country, and delivered up, not only strong places, hut the troops confided to them; those who had the opportunity, robbed the govern ment of money j those who were on for eign diplomatic service, used their positions to the greatest possible injury of the na tion ; and if there were any exce...

Publication Title: Smoky Hill And Republican Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Smoky Hill and Republican union. — 19 December 1861

! S. PICKETING. "While on my lonely beat, about an hour ago, a light tread attracted my attention, and, on looking up, I beheld one of Secesh's pickets standing before me. " Stranger," says he, " you remind me of my grandmother, who expired before I was born, but this unnatural war has made us enemies, and I must shoot you. Gixe me a chaw terbacker." He was a young man, my boy, in the prime of life, and descended from the First Families of Virginia. That is to say his mother was a virgin. At least that is what I understand by the First Families of Vir ginia. I looked at him, and says I lt Let's compromise, my brother." (l Never !" says he, " the South is fight ing for her liberty, her firesides, and the pursuit of happiness, and I desire most re spectfully to welcome you with bloody hands to a hospitable grave." "Stand off ten paces," say I, " and let's see whpse name will come before tho -coroner first." lie took his place, and we tired simultaneously. I heard a ball go "whistling ...

Publication Title: Smoky Hill And Republican Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Smoky Hill and Republican union. — 26 December 1861

EKfaBSPg'' "-'4'-!l'S iT" TykT- THE SMOKY HILL AND REPUBLICAN UNION "WE JOIN OURSELVES TO NO PARTY TIIAT DOES NOT CARRY THE FLAG-, AND KEEP STEP TO THE MUSIC OF THE UNION." 13y G. "W. Kingsbury. JUNCTION, DAnS CO., KAJSTSA.S, THXmSIXA.Y, DEC. 26, 1861. "Vol. I.-jSTo. 14. iiija.-a'ijwikliui!i-'i!ji,yy ' l to l r r ., . j-? A Smohj fill mfogrpub'n Virion, PUBLISHED r.VEUV THURSDAY MOKXIXG BY 3-. "W. KXNXBBTJRY, AT JUNCTION CITY, DAVIS CO., KANSAS. OFFICE OX JEFFERSON- St. EE'X 7ti A- Stii TLKMS OF SL'BmCBIPTIOS One copv, one year, Ten coj)ies, one year, $2.00 13.00 Payment required in all cases in advance. All papers discontinued at the expiration of the time for which payment is received. tep.ms or advertising: One square, first insertion, - - - $1.00 Each subsequent insertion, - - - .")0 Ten lines or less being a square. Yearly advertisements iiioerted on liberal terms. job"w6ek done -with dispatch, and in the latest style of the art. 03" Payment required for all Job "Work on delive...

Publication Title: Smoky Hill And Republican Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Smoky Hill and Republican union. — 26 December 1861

& I) t Vinxon . O. W. KINGSBURY, Editob. and Puor-EiETOE. JUIVCTIO.Y, KAIVSAS, " a?ErCTRSDJ5L.Y, DEC. SCth, 1S61. The word Compromise is now 011I3- uttered by Traitors. So long as rebels have arms in their hnnds there is nothing to compromise. It is vain to toil at the pumps while men are kept on board boring holes iu the bottom of the ship. Josirn Holt. ENGLAND versa THE UNION. Since tbo commencement of the present difficulties in this country, the leading pol iticians and journals of England have exhibited towards the Rebels the most marked friendliness, and towards our own Government nil the hostility which it was safe for them to manifest, in view of the danger of arousing the hostility of their own people to their Government. The hatred of the governing power of England for the people and Government of this Country is no new thing. It 1ms existed since the day of the Grsfc " Boston Tea Party"; was inflamed by every battle of the Revolution ; and greatly augmented by each of...

Publication Title: Smoky Hill And Republican Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Smoky Hill and Republican union. — 26 December 1861

sjja'jx wi-awu. Au-AJUMsggS?yftgy--' It J' I OLEAOTNOS FROM THE STATE PHESS. TIIE RAILROAD LOCATED. The corps of Engineers under Col. Syl vester Medbury, who have been engaged for several weeks past in locating the first section of the Leavenworth, Pawnee and Western Railroad, have completed their labors in the field, and are now engaged in " making a final adjustment of the line and estimates for construction. Within a month or six weeks this prepartory work will be completed, and the company will then be prepared to let contracts for grading and masonry on the first twenty-five miles'of the road. The route fixed upon commences at the mouth of Three Mile Creek, thence, follow ing tho shore of the Missouri river, to the mouth of Nine Mile Creek, passes up the valley of that creek and crosses the divide between Nine Mile and Little Stranger, about a mile and a half southeast of Mrs. Kelly's, and in the southwest quarter of sec tion 1. It crosses Little Stranger about two and a half m...

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