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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 3 October 1845

nn VOL. 1. SALEM, O., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1815. ;; V;. J- '. f- M ...... . , . . . ' r.f,f -: I I' ' f I ''-'- ' - " . T'-,' . - "'"'. III i - ILIJII!i-lllJBU( J i ANTI-SLAVEU Y BUGLE Published ever Friday at . ; SaLIM, CoLCMSUNA Co., O. JAMES BARNAUL, Jr., General Agent BENJAMIN S. JONES, J. ELIZABETH HITCHCOCK, Editors (ftrJll remittances to be made, and all letters relatinr to Ike oceunitlru affairs nf the nnnrr. to bt addressed (post paid) to the Ueneral Jlgtni. CommunicaJirms intended for inter' I no la oeaaarotsea to lot .editors. ft7"TisMs: tt.50 oef annum, or t-2.00 if not paid within six months or the time of I Subscribing. . . I AovcaTistMENTi makinir less thsn imiiu ! i ., I insenea inree limes tor 73 cents: ana I square $1. ruHMSHiNd Con mr res: jtm'l Brooke Uaorgo ll.irrets in, Jins 1 irn itiy, J r David L. Galbrentn, L"t II times. 5. mvusm 3sia?i3L EXTRACTS FROM A SPEECH OF WM. LLOYD GARRISON. After a few words expressing his happi new in meeting the abolitionists of Ea...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 3 October 1845

War raw Pnsiw can few jsar ajjo litlla tmct containing a thoaght on liberty Wat tent to a slaveholder down in North Carol htt. Ha red it. htook such t toU aDn hla mind that ha eould nor sloop, so ho (jot up and roaJ it to bis wife. She aid, "We moat set our slaves free before we eWop again." 80 they vent to tlia magis trate and had fhem all emancipated before hcy dared to aleep. They tlira talked to (heir neighbors, and gavo thoin that little tract By-aid-bye nineteen poor slave came trudg ing n to Cincinnati, holding up their free paper and tinging oo2 of jubilee. From &e9 thoy went on (0 Mercer county, where Augustus Wattles is, and where tho colored people are miking a great ecttlomant, and building a large house for a manual luber sahoo). That little tract cost throe cents, and freed nineteen human being from slavery. Who'll boy candy? How many slaves did the political action o the Liberty party ever free! How many ia it ever likely to free? Not one. . Yet they have abandone...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 3 October 1845

the time of the riots in Philadelphia, some rf the officers wore called upon to protect against domestic violence, a Temperance Mall which belonged to the colored people. Instead of asta.nblin their pvut eomitatut and maintaining the tuprcioiicy of tho laws, the wiseacres tore down the building, think ing such a course would involve less trouble aqd expense; and it scom9 to us that Doctor Dailey'a argument would fully justify them in so doing. As to wholher the laws against which the Carolina slaves rebel are constitu tional, it a question that is to bo adjudicated by tome othor authority than James K. Polk or Dr. Bailey a question to be determined after the domcstio violence has been put down. ,. . It can make no difference in the action of the general government whether the power which the master claims over his slaves U ei ther created or guaranteed, by theconstitutiou. Obedience to state laws is guarranted and that is sufficient to answer the purpose of the slave claimant. If th...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 3 October 1845

POETRY. WORDS TO THE SOUTH. bt o. s. BCRLIIOK. Ou, tolls tho oul of Liberty With a deep resistless tklo, From a million brave hearts welling up, And pouring far and wide. Let tho minion of Oppression, Howling, smite the air in wraths No dungeon-keep, nor daggcr-blad Can stay it in its path, We tell you haughty Southrons, Though every Union crack, Tis coining like a whirlwind's inarch. And ye cannot keep it back'. There is no breeze that flutter The leaflets of your vines, No wave in nil your river-path. No cloud above your pines. No voice among your bird-songs, Nor light in all your sky, But is traitor to your tyrant-cause; And Liberty's Ally. They tell you of her coming With a breath ye cannot stay; Of tiio river-rush of chainless thought To sweep tho wrong away; And of tho cloud-like shadow Of Freedom's Angel-wing, The bird-notes of nor songs of hope. O'er the chained and sorrowing; Tho lightnings mock thu flashing Of her indiirtinnt eve. And the beacon-stirs are gloriou9 types Of...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 10 October 1845

AN rm IT AVERY (IT .RS3 JUJUJo 'JTO UOTDJT TOTS SlATIUDlEB&S." VOL. I. SALEM, O., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1845. NO. 12. ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. Published every Friday at Salem, Columbiana Co., O. JAMES BARNABY, Jr., General Agent. BENJAMIN S. JONES, ' J. ELIZABETH HITCHCOCK, Editors (fyMl remittance to be made, and nil letters relating to the pecuniary affair of thepaper, to be addressed (post paid) to the General .Igent. Communication intended for inset' Hon to be addressed to the Editors. 0-Tbrms: I,50 per annum, or $2,00 if not paid within six months of the time of , subscribing. Advertisements making less than a square inserted three times for 75 cents: one square $1. PunLtsiriNO Committee: Sam'l Brooke Georgo (i irretson , James B irmhy, Jr David L. Galbreath, Lot Holmes. Letter from Frederick Douglass. DUBLIN, Sept. 1, 1845. Dear Friend Garrison: Thanks to a kind Providence, I am now safe in old Ireland, in the beautiful city of Dublin, surrounded by the kind family, and seated at...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 10 October 1845

Mr. Emerson has bten applied to, to re fund the money that was paid to Him as a bovc stated. Ho very piously tells them that, when he receives his portion of the pro coeds of slavery, he will pay tliom back the money; that he cannot do it before; virtually compelling them, if they take the money, to be partakers with him in the crime of blood. Mr. Emerson and wife are members of Mr. Train's, a tiaptist church in Haverhill, in mo state, ol .Massachusetts; and when the church was applied to by a friend of the slave, to labor with brother Emerson upon mis subject, tlio entires rcluseu to do any thinrr about it. These facts were stated to me by a respon- iuie witness. tiimiiwiN oon. Lowell, 1815. Boston Chronicle. From the Cincinnati Herald. THE CAPTURED OHIOANS—NO BAIL. It is bo pleasure to us to lie forever dwell ing on one theme; but when a treat aggres sion upon our State is committed, and the hope of redress grows fainter every (lay, and the Press which ought to be Tcady to vindi c...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 10 October 1845

A N TI-SLAVK11Y BUG L E. " 1 love agitation when there is cause fur it the alarm bell which startles the inhabi tants of 11 city, naves thorn from being burn ..d in their beds." lidimtnd Burlce. "THE INTENTION." In a late No. ot the Liborty Advocate we find an article in regard to the intention of the jrnmcrs of the United Suites Constitution. The editor thinks there is no warrant for re furring to contemporaneous history when thero is nothing dubious or ambiguous in tho lan guagc of the instrument. Of course no one would take the trouble to do so, if all were agreed in relation to its meaning, but when a doubt arises, we are not only warranted, but it is our duty, to de rive testimony from every authentic source. H e know that all the Courts in the United States, rvery officer of government, and the entire nation have always had one, and the same understimling of the nature ofthe com pact, and it only becomes necessary now for us to prove that this general understanding is the corr...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 10 October 1845

POETRY. From the AntiCorn-Law League. A LITHOGRAPHIC SKETCH. Tia a cold and gloomy winter's day, Heayy and damp with fog; And a aqnalid wretch on the pavement way Is crouching down like a dog: Like a poor and famished dog that now, Neither cart nor truck may draw, That tqualid wretch with care-worn brow, Put forth hi skeleton paw. On the aurface flat of the pavement stone Cleansed with his ragged cuff He chalks, he chalks, with moan and with groan, Sketching his work in the rough. Chalking chalking chalking away, Characters fair, in colors gay; A record of misery, talent, and want. With hungry belly and fingers gaunt. .saangors hurry, hurry along, With aorrowful heart, or gay; tAichand poora motley throng Pas over the pavement away: But none, save the needy, slacken their speed, 1 o gaze on the writing there; None, but the wretched, can tarry to read That famished wretch's prayer. He has chalked and chalked all his chalk away, Making the very pavement prayi And ahow us how stones ma...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 17 October 1845

A NT I SLA1M JTJ VOL. 1. SAI-KM, O., FR1IUY, OCTOBER 17, 1813. NO. 13 Bra ANTI-SLAV Kit Y BUGLE. Published every Friday at Suim, Columbian a Co., O. JAM ES BARNABY, Jr., Grueral A gen. BENJAMIN S. JONES, J. ELIZABETH HITCHCOCK, Editors (&.1H remittance) to bt made, and all lettert relating to the pecuniary ajairt of the paper, la bt addressed (post paid) to the General J gent. Communication! intended for truer' Hon to bt addressed to the Editors. frr Tirms: $1,50 pet annum, or $2,00 if not paid within six months of the time of subscribing. Advertisement making less than a square nserted three times for 75 cents: one square $1. l'unLisniNO CoMttiTTKu: S un'1 Brooks UeorjfoiiarrctS'Hi, James Ilirnauy,Jr David L. Gallirenth, Lot Holmes. 3. E. TAIUTX'JI WUnTKEE. MR. GIDDINGS' STATEMENT. To the Editor of the Ucpublican and Whig.- Mr. Bruce: In replying to the note of "Mr. Brown contained in'the 'Whig' of the 19th inst.,' 1 will avail myself of your indul gence to 'state my views some...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 17 October 1845

From the Liberator. 5CJ hwatht Mtiafadloa In la? before ov reader, and hl numaro'ia on-imra."!, an other Intemating letter from Frederick Doeslaaa Sj Intn'ifi la tin tnteraat fait here in 'i bl tiio'irrit abr-nd. tliat Imp 1 he find elan J W. H ilFim will not nllnw Cunard ttoam-aliip In laiv l.ierp.ol, without sending in t Hue ol intelligence Letters from Frederick Douglass. No. 2 DUBLIN. Sept 16. 1845. Dicit Fsum Vn'i will fill J iri" mid mvetfar in ntd Ireland. O ir at iy i iro'r.icletl tit e-ni-eq-ieiine of the imblicaliiirt bera nl'riv n irrnliv. I mtril hinlly iv ar hippy, vtban 1 tell vnu our liuma it Hid hinwi l Mr It. I). Weh, lb Vory i.uperoniioit of e'd faahiuued, Ihonm'i jroiu-r an'i l irerv; Hud th it wot are CMisianily cIihitm'I by tlio mic vtv ol Mr. Jriti- II iiiflitun, than 'vhi'ti. tliera in not to ha l.ninil a truer, i mure dovulod, n 1 1 nil. wiirkinir, pnnoivriinj all o'ilio'iial nil I'll mile of lh Atlantic. VVa leivo eUo haim aidad, cheered and aUdiiUianer! bv ...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 17 October 1845

you consider unfit for the poorest political of-1 fice to the communion table as a LVitian brother, are not guilty of a cross inconsistent eyt CcrtanilvforthevsetuDthizherstan- ' dard In politics than in religion, and help to Meld trie corruptions ot the church. Let me ask such if they can expect to vote awau I slavery while ther make it christian and worthy of christian fellowshipl If they do mey must no weaK-headed or not right at neirt, lor any minor wemanot common sense .u.. se u. n country rannnl hA nura. whiii. llu ri.mrinn la frirntnt I ' " ' ' ' G. B. S. ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, . --"rrr ., rr.- "I love agitation when there is causo for it the alarm bell which startles the inhabi tants of a city, saves them from being bU;n ed in their beds." Edmund Burke, GIDDINGS ON DISSOLUTION. I : , 1 The letter of Joshua R. Giddinss on our first page is a strange mixture of false and true doctrine. Were he not connected with the Whig party, and standing before the peo ple as one of its repres...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 17 October 1845

POETRY. THE DEBTOR. Id prison for debt, with an eager cyo. He looks from his enemonl am ill; i . l .1 i. ...... : Ann waicncs me crr.wcis uiai uw passing , Till the evening shadow fall. In prison for debt, thro' tho long, long night, He lays on his bed of straw; And wonders why Might, is always Right, At least in tho cyo of the law. And he wakes at the nanrning'searliost dawn, And peers through the twilight griy, To catch the first glimpse of her who will come, ' With, the morn's first glimmering ray, With her sickly boy she will come at morn, And the wretched m in will weep; Por thinner is growing hU child's slight form, And paler his wife's pale cheek. The strong, prond min is wasting away His life ia th.it prison air; And not long m ly the mother' spirit, stay, And her child is dying there. Days piss and the father's heart grows weak. And ha w itches in viin, in v lin! She comes with tears on her s id, pale check; He saw not his child again! And his wife gTows thinner, her step m...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 24 October 1845

km LAVElf VOL., 1. SALEM 0.,FRI1AY. OCTOBER 24, 1815, NO. 14, B yjijjnjo ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE. Published every Friday at Salem, Columbiana Co., 0. JAMES BAKNABY, Jr., General Agent, BENJAMIN S. JONK.S. ' J. ELIZABETH HITCHCOCK, Editor (fF"All remittance! to be made, and all letters relating to the pecuniary affairs of the paper, to be addressed (post paid) to the General .lent. Communications intended for inter lion to bt addressed to the Editors. Terms: !,50 per annum, or 2,00 if not paid within six months of the time of subscribing. Advertisements making less than a square inserted three times for 75 cents: our square $1. 1'iblishio Committer: S-'iri'l Brixl' (JeiT(r!tirret.Hiii, James Birnaby, J. Putrid L. Gulhre th, Lot Holm's. From the Urbanna Citizen & Gazette.—A Whig paper. O-Abby Kelley, J, and a couple of male associates, of the most ultra and abominable ttripe of Abolitionists; are holding meeting in the northern part of the State, denouncing the Constitution of the Unit...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 24 October 1845

It nothing but nioatuurUro, Th.it l good leameriaor own p rod oca revival at any tine. Mr. Dtfto bar called upon hit breth ten not to flatter themaolvca witii the belief that, the persona .holding thes aentimente wero not numerous, for eai.l he, the are much more numerous thin you imagine r.nd their seal and pcrseverauco falter at no ob " staclc." In May "Inst there wag an Infidel convention held in the city of New York according to public notice previously circu lated throughout the country, of which John A. Collins of the Skeneatles Community was an active member. lie holds to the doctrine of the abrogation of the sacred marriage relation, the right to private prop erty and all human government. Another leading member of that convention, and one who exerted a controlling influence over its deliberations was that celebrated and notori ous arch infidel, Robert Owen. His princi ples are notorious. He too discards private property, does away with tho marriago re lation, and human gove...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 24 October 1845

gaged, there was not manifested that delib erate wickedness, that "malice aforethought," that calculating tyranny -which has marked the course of the Methodist Episcopal Church. The principles which that church practically teaches, although they may not cause the immediate slaughter of thousands In a day, yet they Justify the slow murder of tho bodies and thn souls of millions.;. ( Who would u-.t rather behold tho keen nxn sever the head from' the body of h beloved friend, who had ncfl rather see the Guillotine drench ed with thu warm blood! of, a brother as it comes gushing' from the fountain of life, than lo have1 that frieud or brother fettered and manacled by a Methodist slave trader, driven off and sold to the plantation of a Mcthodit minister, there to be whipped to and fro by tho keen lash, doomed to live a lingering life in degradation an I chains, to have the heart s blood pressed out 'drop by drop in the most excruciating ngony, and to have the crushed epirit feci the weig...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 24 October 1845

POETRY. THE TWO RACES. ' Tbii following are not original with the sppac4 author tha tlare and tha alava JboLan'-'yet they well enough illoatrat the jra&isa and hftart of tha partlet if w could taagana humanity left in the bosom of th tsoot lave. All tha poatrf slave matery UtTM in a man, (a displayed in the "ehivaf oaa" aitutitory of the planter, with hia atir- emAoi linger. Probibly the poor creature thought the little luminary he w.i apostro phlsinj, was a il'umonl in sous great slavr bolder' ring1. Piorpont is the author of both ithough not the acknowledged author of the llaveholder'. - Perh ip respect for the cleri til office Induced hi n to withhold hi nime. It struck ut aa evincive of aa high poetical talent and ingenuity, aa any thin; he h ia ev er written. - There ia more of hi peculiar hu mor and point in it the power he ought oft- . a : I r i. uwv v uispny uui wmcu, irons tu tinuii--tiral position in a pulpit, he is obliged to re atraio thin in almost any piece we reme...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 31 October 1845

r GfLE VOL., t. SALEM O., FRIDAY. OCTOBER 31, 1815, NO. 15 IN SLAVER ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLK. Published every Friday at Salem, Coli'mbiaha Co., O. JAMES DAKNABY, Jr., General A gent B RNJAMIN S. JOXF.S. J.F.LIZABETH HITCHCOCK, Editors remittances to be made, and all letter) relating to the pecuniary affairs of the paper, to be addressed (post paid) to the Oenera' ,J)i;ent. Communications intended for iiiser . tion to be addressed to the Editors. 07" Term: 50 per annum, or -.2,00 not paid within six months of the time subscribing. .Advertisements making less than n square inserted three time for 75 cents: ono uarc $1. Pluuhiiino CoMMiTfK: Snm'l Broo' o Ger rgeUarretsnn, James Bnrnnby, J. David L. Gnibrentli, Lot Holmes. 3. 2. SAHiTISS KKLHTirB.- Delegation from the London Yearly Meeting. EPISTLE OF ADVICE AND STATEMENT OF FACTS, &c. At a special meeting; of the Meeting for Sufferings of Anti-Slavery Friends, held at Newport, la. 10th month 13th, 18 15. The following; document was prod...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 31 October 1845

J. 1'. II IVuw! 'I'lii ly would nover fftiiy l.ll'iu W UIU Ifcl'in I lit uo itlAl . , I'. l'lm-ibty im in i lit nul be of injr talus pnrlicul uly In v iu, bill llio probability that wivsl.lbnni irieiit value to Ilia race, or lo bu rn 'ii ty, uliu.i'd ! if much f realsr Cumidara lion. - i. '!'' ya Hell me, tnaa, why I wlniT H!i.ti tnuiinr. an I hive no filher, c nl . o 'o I o I n ii li l'ral k anil Tliomai.' trr"i lirti.- teaing the key tmrf Iftrnttiiij Aim the iljor, aiul culling aloud (a Hie ottrteer) Willi. mi, Iuto, lake tins buy lo the Sold and miKllimir fur bi in lo do; and if he don't totnd pn-lty sharp, touch him on a little, (inca- iiiij if lo iniu nun a cracK ol Hie whin. J No v, feadar, il lliou wnuldst Knew what c imu hi tin hillo boy, du all lliou canal Lo pro enrf In and liii moUicr'a emancipation. Keep .in nun. I that there are hunrlreda, yen, tliauaasda ui i.iuiu iiena an ovor me Muniii. Later fiiom Mexico. Dates are receiv ed from the city of Mexico to the 20tU ulU, ...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 31 October 1845

to liberate the unborn! They who ask equi ty, tho lawyer say, themselves must lo equity, mill whilst tle slaveholders have fights, they mu-t remember tike blares also ' hare rights ai.d surety ia lite compromise which we have proposed hotwocn the slave and the slaveholder, the slaveholder has the lion's share. We wish to do C.imius M. Clay no injus tice, and we de-tiro t'.vt none may he done to the anti-slavery cause, lie distinctly de fines his position, and vr hope our readers will bear in mind that it ia one of necessary hostility to the doctrines, of the Am. Anti slavery society. That society exalts human ity above law; C. M. Clay regards law as paramount to the rights of man. The Am. so ciety declares it is tho duty of tho oppressors to immediately relinquish their grasp upon ev ery victim; C, M. Clay proposes that the bond man's chain Khali not be broken for thirty years mora or less. Tlie Am. aocioty regards first, tho rights of the slaves, secondly, the interests of the mast...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 31 October 1845

From Hood's (London) Magazine. THE WORKHOUSE CLOCK. BY THE EDITOR. TWi a marmot In tha air. And noiM in ever; street . Th murmur of miny tongue. The noiso of numerous feet .. Whins round the Workhouso door Tha Liboring Classes flock. For whyl the Overseer ol the Poor Ii setting the W'orkhocse clock. Who does not hear the tramp Of thousands speed ing along Of either sex and various sump, Sickly, crippled, or strong-, Walking, hinping, creeping From court, and alley, and line. But alt in one direction sweeping ' Like rivers that seek the raaiul Who does not see them silly From mill, and garret, and room. In lane, and court and alley, From homes in poverty's lowest valley. Furnished with shuttle and loom Poor slaves of Civilization's galley, And in the road and footways rally, As if for tho Day of Doomi Some, of hardly human form, Stunted, crooked, and crippled by toil; Dingy with smoke and dust and oil, And smirch d besides with riotous soil, Clustering, mustering, all in a wwarm. Fat...

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