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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 11 April 1857

TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. flf ADVANCE $ 2 00 WITHIN SIX MONTHS 2 60 AT THE END OF THE YEAR. . 3 00 INDUCEMENTS TO CLUBS. 3 copies $5 OOj 10 copies $15 00; 3 copies 8 00; 15 copies 20 00. jjflp Subscriptions for a shorter time t&an on year roust be paid in advance. $2T Single copies sold at 10 cents. BLANKS Of everj kind, vrinted on flno paper, and of tie at 81 00 per quire, cash. YOUNG MAN YOU'RE WANTED. A woman wants you. Don't forget her. No matter if you are poor. Don't wnit to be rich; if you do, ten to one you aro cot fit to be married. Marry while you re young, and struggle up together. But mark, young man, the women does'nt want you if she is to divide tho afloctions with a cigar, spittoon, or whiskey jug. Neither does sho want you if you can't take care of her and the "little after thoughts' which are pretty sure to follow. Neither does she want you simply because you are a man, the definition of which is too apt to be an animal that wears bifurcated garments on his lower l...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 11 April 1857

'lnitif Quintal. vrj7'sLArri:i 888 wTi"o H e s Tl: ii SATURDAY MOUNI.VO. APRIL 11. IJJiWS SUMMARY. Tho List nil vf tin Memphis ;.nd Charleston Hail Iloatl was laid in Th-Ji-otnino County, Miss., at 2 o'clock, l M-, Friday, March 37th, A. I).. 1W57, Hon. James C. Jones of Tenn. driving the lust .spike in the presence and niuid the joyous shouts of a larc emigrca lion of citizens from TeniuiMCO, Mis sissippi, Georgia and Alabama. Tlm is Winchester in immediate coiinox- ion, by otj continuous lino of Hail Road, with Nashville Mcnijjii.s and Charleston. A doKtriK'tive tire occurred in Nashvillo on Wednesday last, about 5 or G o'clock in the morning, by which, much property wiu lost. About one hour afterwards, the cupalo of the Christian Church was discovered on tire. Soon tli whole of it was con sumed. It w,h a nice edifice, and one of the handsomest of the kind in Nash ville. It was built at acost.ofv'0,00l). It Is generally believed to have been set on fire by an incendiary. No in sur...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 11 April 1857

J. SL ITTER. . S8nt Frea of Portage la Pragma Coqnty. Geohoe E. Purvis, McMinn villa, Tenn., Is duly authorized 10 act e ogont for llie Home Journal. B3T John P. Hefner it duly author jeed to act a Agent for the Horn Journal torecetve and receipt for subscriptions, 4cc.,&c. , ' jJtojT We aro authorized to announce Taze W, Newmam as a candidate for rc eloctiou to the Lower House of bur next Gonoral Assembly. intr27 HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Wo arc requested to ask the mem bers of the Historical Society to be present at the regular meeting on Monday night next. Come, every one, especially the officers. fXJ In our ambulations ou the street yesterday we were brought to a halt hv n. ereat Dile of boxes, &c, in front R. Harris' Store. We knew instantly what it all meant. But they are being fast bursted up and their rich contents may be seen in the shape of u beautiful lot of Dry Goods, Fam ily Groceries, &c, &c, which "Jim" just purchased a fcw days since in Nashville. Head the ...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 11 April 1857

AGRICULTURAL. Fuoutown, March 29, 1857. Editor Home Journal : I have bmi looking over the Jour nal aixl some other papers rntil nine o'clock has rolled round, which is the. common bed time for most of farmers, but as I do not hierp well, I lutvc con cluded to give to the readers of tin Journal alow of my thoughts tin mat tors and things in general ; tmd as the ecason for planting our crops is at hand, and being much belter in theo ry than practice, 1 propose to give some instructions to the farmers of my county in regard to planting. Now, 1 would not have you think that I am writing to make a display of my ahil ity to present something arranged in systematic style, which might please the lawyers, doctors, and merchants, that's not what I'm after. JJy ob ject is to write something to help along those of my own profession the farmers. And I am determined to present practicable things, whether you will take heed or not. Alter I tell you how to do, if you should then persist in your old...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 18 April 1857

TERMS OF ADVERTISING Advertisements of ton' lines or lees will be inserted ut One Dollur fur the firm and Fifty Cents for each subscqueut insertion. Very liberal, reductions mado for those who advcrtiu by ibo year, half par, . or quarter- BOOK AN'L) JOB PIU.TI.N(T. Anviicnr. Si 2 00 THE HOME JOURNAL WITHIN SIX MONTHS 2 W) THE END OF THE YEAR. . 3 00 INDUCEMENTS TO CI.UDS. 3 copies $H 00 10 copies 815 00j 5 copies 8 00; 15 copies 20 00. jgj- Subscriptions for a .shorter time than one year must be paid in advance. , gr Single copies aold at 10 cents. ' BLANKS Of overy kind, printed on fine papor, and of , at $1 00 per quire, cash. 1 WM. J.; SUTTER, PUBLISHED WEEKLY. PROPRIETOR. BLANKS OF EVERT KIND. PAMPHLETS, PROGRAMMES, POSTER.", CARDS, CIRCULARS. RECEIPTS, . FUNERAL TICKETS. DUW LABM,, UILL HEADS, HAND BILLS, &.C. VOLUME 1. WINCHESTER, TENN., APRIL 18, 1857, NUMBER 11. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. 3 Sff" Look.'out for counterfeit $10 bills on Capo Fear Bank, N. C, which are in circul...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 18 April 1857

roiUi to no party's arbitrary sway, W follow truth where'er slie leads tliowii'" W. J. 8LATTEB. SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 18. OUR COUNTRY. To tho truly American heart there can bo nothing more gratifying than thn lofty position of our country at the present time, happy, prosperous and powerful beyond nil other nations of the world, and beyond any other period of its own history. We nrc now enabled to look into a future full of promise and bright with hope. And may we not, unJur present aus pices, rise superior to party prejudice, and look confidently to a still prouder and nobler doaiiny for our country ? Is there not now (littering prospects spread out before us in view of our present position, after so signal a lu feat of discordant and destructive ele ments? elements that threatened the invasion of our social relations, the demobilization and depredation of so ciety, the ultimate overthrow of our civil nod religious institutions, and a condition socially and religiously as little t...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 18 April 1857

1 1 r tf Inm? Sagtual BV W.".. SLATTEtt. gtmt Prea of Postage ia Franklin Ooanty. ' Georob E. Purvis, McMinn villa. Tenn., is duly authorised to act as eecnt for the Homa Journal. I j B3" Johh P. HtFiriR is duly author- 1 to receive and receipt for subscriptions, &C..&C. fl We are authorized to announce r... AT Newman as a candidate for I ...-lfloiion to the Lower House of our h next General Assembly. mar27 HISTORICAL SOCIETY. On account of the continuation of the Revival at the M. E. Church the meeting of the Historical Society on Monday night last was postponed. Should there be no Divine services, a fall attendance is requested the com ing Monday night. rjQ 'Tia sweet to be remember ed." And so wo thought on being presented, the other day, with a plate of nice edibles, from the hands of our generous friend, Mr?. E. We hardly know hew to thank her, only by say. ing, in the language of our friend Shakapeare, "Lay on McDuflf." rrT Tin MVetitvr sr. thn Mntlindisf I Church is s...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 18 April 1857

saSSggj l1TY ATTflTTlT srt T . nlVTlfM I V( projtoso lo jircuch n Utile pr-r! mon on orrfrr aniUioroic in ft"""' ! . i i 1 1 i. ... . .1 . opwauou. imicr miouw ih- m.uir The first and chiefrst luw of the farm. Order everywhere mk! in all thinga in the house and in tho fu ld ; in the stable and in tho harn; in the times of labor and in the time of relaxation; in the incomings and in the outgoings. iSo will the husband sav himself much fruitless foil, it nd more vexation of spirit. And to be orderly, it is necessary that he nhould be thorough in all he undertaken. What is donn once thor oughly will last longer and do more porviec than what is done a dozen time bungling. The farmer should be provided with the best of everything. His house, no matter how small, should be con structed in the very best manner; bo will he save himself in fuels, colds, peradventurc rheumatics, and be the gainer in health, comfort, and elastic ity of spirits. His stable should be built on the best model sugg...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 25 April 1857

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. iN ADVANCE $ 2 00 WITHIN SIX MONTHS 2 50 AT THE END OF THE YEAR. . 3 00 INDUCEMENTS TO CI-WBS. 3 copies 65 00; 10 copies $ 15 00; 5 copies 8 00; 15 copies 20 00. gg" Subscriptions for a shorter time than one year must bo paid in advance. JQP Single copies sold at 10 cents. ! BLANKS Or over kind, printed on fine paper, and of tale nt $1 00 oer quire, cash. jjgy The late cold spell killed the fruit in every portion of the country from which we have heard. pantaloons costing $60 a pair are among the Spring fashions announced for gentlemen in New York. ggj A good book and a good woman ore excellent things for thoso who know how justly to appreciato their value. There arc men, however who judgo both Irom the beauty of their covering. Young ladies are Jike arrows they ara all in a quiver till tho boaux come, and can't go off without them. Sensible Advice. From a Philadel phia paper of last week we copy tho fol lowing, which we think we once met with in some work we ...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 25 April 1857

ljf liitne!li)itrual. W. J. SLATTillt. 'TlnlJ Id no forty's arbitrary wy, V lulluiv tint!) where'er thelniUil'. w?." W IN Oil IPS Ti: 11: SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 25. THE FIRST OF MAY. Next Fndny is th first day of May a day consecrated hy happy ujag iw a day of joy and hilarity for thi; young and gay a day that ushers in the month that drk-s up tho troubles of April, and invests th? trees and shrubs with garbs of vestal verdure, and bedecks the tneaiowj and hill sides with Sweet garland wreaths Of ptmsles, pinks, and gaudy daffodils." But so ungraciously inclement and fretful have been the days of the dy ing month, that, were it not for tho assertion of the unerring almanac, wc could scarcely believe the first day of the "rosy-footed'' month so close on hand. The experience of shilling blasts and unseasonable, joyless April days, will prompt us to welcome with double delight glorious May and all her train of aromatic iles, blooming flowers, wreathing vines, and warb ling choristers,...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 25 April 1857

i Ssnt Frea of Postage In Franklin County, tftf Grorob E.' Purvis, McMinn- villa. Tenn., is duly authorized to uct an egonl for ihe Home Journal. rjS" John P. Hefner is duly author iiod to act ns Agent for the Home Journal in mriiivfl ami receint fur aubscriotions. &c.,c. rrffi We aro authorized (o announce Tize W. Newman as a candidato for re election to the Lowor House of our noxt Goneral Assembly. mar27 J Wo are requested to state that Col. V. K. Stevenson will address the citizens of Winohester at the court house to-night on the subject of taking measures to secure the completion of the Winchester and Ala. Railroad; All are invited to attend, and partic ularly the ladies. 10" The revival of religion which has been prosperously progressing at theM. E. Courch for several weeks, still continues. Much good is bcinj done. Quarterly Meeting at that church commences to-day. DEATH OF REV. JOHN G. BIDDLE. la consequence of other matter crowding in upon us this week, we am compelled t...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 25 April 1857

KT- lis .1 IB.?' A,-.! at-!.. inraMwwnMuMnvnni IT. , -. 1 LETTER FEOM FEOJTOVN. .ir7 is:?. Biu. the Kditou .... . - .. . 1 Uear Sir: Alter reaumg a iodr ar- tide from the "Turkey Hunicr," nnd meeting with some of the pood friends , i i ri r. i and subscribers ol our Home Jour mil , : ........... c ...t.:..i. i nna iiaricutninw pupi-i oi nmui i am proud to say that thoy all highly appreciate, and hnpo crc long that it will meet with such encouragement that iU Proprietor can carry on the enterprise without any embarrassment to himself, feeling perfectly indepen dent, as all men of any refinement know that it is a difficult matter to do business well without money. Hut having such unbounded confidence in tho citizens of Franklin county, I can not for one moment harbor the idea that in this the 19th century, and in Franklin County and State of Ten nessee, where many of us have, been born and raised, and where wc ex pect to spend the remnant of our days, be they many or few, in building ...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 1 May 1857

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. . ADVANCE $ 2 00 WITHIN SIX MONTHS 2 BO AT THE END OF THE YEAR. . 3 00 INDUCEMENTS TO CLUBS. 3 copies $H 00 10 copies 13 00 5 copies 8 00; 1& copies 20 00. jjgr Subscriptions for a shorter time than one year must be paid in advanee. jgp Single copies sold at 10 cents. BLANKS Of overjr kind, vrinted on fine paper, and of ,alo nt 91 00 per quire, cash. itiw journal """"iiy Wt J. SLATTEll. gent Free of Postage in Franklin County. tG& Oeohoe E. Purvis. McMinn- villa, Tenn., is duly authorized to act as agent for the Home Journal. John P. Hefner is duly author ized to act as Agent for tho Home Journal to receive and receipt for subscriptions, &c, &c. PItOCEEDINOS or a MEETING OF THE FRIENDS OP THE Winchester Female Academy. Pursuant to notice given, a portion of ihe citizens of Winchester, Tcnn., met ut tho Winchester Female Academy on (he 25th of April, 1857, when, on mo tion, Dr. A. G. Clopton was called to the Chair, and W. W. Brazelton ap pointe...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 1 May 1857

11 '441 .it,-. i ,1 5 i ! fr-fi 'if ri : ,1, Ii.'.-. r-f .4; 'ljf BiitilDS'nttntd. vr. .i. si.vrrnt. pil Hi no i nily'i) inlltniry Hvny, 'iVc liUn vv truth where'er Klu'lrinW lite vviy." V i N CHEST 10 i: FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 1, 1857. trjiwatr.mmCK. mwauiiuwnMW l'LOKA'S 1TISTBVAI A musical soiree, or ccU-'initioii ol Flora's Festival, will bo fii ven at tin Mary Sharp College this evening ly the "Glco, Class" of thtft Institution. This class is composed of yoimu la dies and little yirls, under the tuition ol' Prof. J. 1- rorur, who has cm r ciscdu great deal of can; in pelting up something apirtijriat(! for the 1st of May, and mo.st julniirably lues he succeeded. The pni'iuiiine fpeaits fur ilself. "Flora's Festival" is a beautiful little, opera, i'lid coulains many splendid songs duetts, quar tettes, choruses, solos, &c, and is divi ded into three partsinoruiiir, noun aad night. The entire, representation will occupy about two hours, or two and a half. We bespeak fur the youny l...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 1 May 1857

i, Vi SontFro of Postajo ia Franklin County, rr Geohok E. Purvis. McMinn ty'U villa, Tonn., is duly authorized to net as agont for trio norao journal. jpgS" John P. Hefner is duly author iZ0(j to act as Agent for tbo Home Journal .to receive and receipt for subscriptions, i,n in ttGT Wo aro authorized to announce Taze vV. Newman as a candidate for election to tho Lower House of our next General Assembly. mar27 rjj3 Wo notice that N. It. Martin & Son are receiving unother lot of new goods for the Spring and Summer trade, Mao a lot of family groceries, &c. do and see them. jjjp James 11- Bruce., Esq., editor of the Nashville Daily Gazette is call cd upon by "Many Mechanics" to he come a candidate for representative of Davidson county in the House of the next General Assembly. Hon. P. K. Zollicoffer will pro bably be the candidate of the Ameri can parly of this State. He is highly -poken of. boys.Ilookout. In the Stale of Maine it is said that the young ladies .still continue t...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 1 May 1857

FARMERS' DAUGHTERS. A fair correspondent of tin1 "liio Cultivator adclressi'h t lie follow inr sen sible remarks to the girls of our rural districts : 'The farmers' d.niglitors arc .soon to he the life as well as the pride of the country a glorious race of woman which no other land can show. I wish not to fl itter them; for before they can become this, they will have to make earnest efforts of one or two kinds. There are some who deprecate their condition, and some who have a false pride in it, bccausn they demand more consideration than they merit. A want of light upon all subjects ofthc day, and a refined education, arc j!0 more excusable in a country than in a townbred girl, in this age of many books and many newspapers. 'Many girls are discouraged because t.hcy cannot be sent away from home io boarding schools; but men of supe rior minds and knowledge of the world, would rather have for wives woman well and properly educated at home. And this educatian can be had wher ever tho d...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 8 May 1857

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.; N ADVANCE.' 2i OU ., mi mm si ir months. uTrfl TTIIK UN J) OF THE YEAR..' :i 00 ,ii I.MXICRMP.NTS TO CUWS. ,1 copies 3 10 copies 15 00; copies H 00; 15 copies 20 00. g" Subscription)! for n shortor timo ihaii 0110 yoar must bo paid ia advance. jJ Single copios sold at 10 cents. Of every Kind, urinteil onfino pajicr, and for culi) ut 1 Oil lor quiro, cash. ef- 4)t Tnmt uxm "bVH. J. Sr.lTTHK. Sent Free of Postage ia Franklin County. "I'ii'ileort to no iiiirly's arliitmry mvuy, W Itiliow ti iilli wliars'er sliu ItiaiU the wny." MAY-DAY-FLORA'S FESTIVAL. Wc had tho pleasure of being pres et, on Friday night, at the. performance- of "Flora's Festival," by the (J!eo Class" of Mary Sharp College. To say we were pleased would be to express ourself very faintly. Such a number of sweet voiees singing in good tune and 'perfect consonance, was a rare treat, no doubt, to nil who attended. There was a "goodly companie" as sembled, and all exhibited the politest attention. ...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 8 May 1857

f . in .1 HJoiiif Sfmirnnl. W. S. ML.TTi:. Tie 1 in bi ntrtv' nrliiliory nway, WI.JW trutll Wherx'er IpiuI-tUa way" VI NO II 1::sti;u: FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 8, 1357. GLAD TO HE AH IT. The N. Y. Tributes is careful to inform its readers, and to prove to them, too, that at tho recant election in Con aoi-tic ut tho votes of tho Fillmore men v?ere thrown oainst Block Republican party, and as cribes the success of tho Democrats in two of tho Congressional districts, and tho reduced Free-soil majority throughout tho State chiefly to his cause. Wc rejoice to hear it. Wo believe that tho North ern Democrats are national unl .sound in their views. And we believe the. Filb more supporters ar so too; and they ought to unite in opposition to the fanat ical end sectional dogmas of these infer nal Abolitionists. Wc do trust and pray that the Democratic and American par ties will ccasa to squabble over little mi nor points, when in their midst is to be found a monster of "such frightful mien." Unite...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 8 May 1857

-I as ti lait!e Journal UV H. J. SLAT'lEIt. Sent Frea of Postajo ia Franklin County. jjg" We ore authorized to announce TaZK 'AT. Newman os n enn lidate for ro-oU'ction to the Lower Houso of our nexi General Assembly. mar27 SCHOOL. We ore requested to give notice to the friends of the Winchester Female Acad emy, that a meeting of tho citizens, will beheld ot th Academy, on Saturlay afternoon, May, Oth, at 3 o'clock, for the purpose of organizing Board ofTrustees, and taking into consideratian other mat tors considered with the interests of the school. A full attendance of tho friends is par ticularly desired. Beautiful Flowers. Since tho be ginning of the floral season wc have received repeated evidences that th? past cold and unseasonable weather has not chilled the remembrance of us by our fair friends. These evidences ' generally come in the shape of beau tiful buds and tastefully arranged bo qucts. But yesterday our summit of happiness was crowned by the recep tion from two lady...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 8 May 1857

i: 1 1 .' i;rir v. i Si'o Ins iuiW I'uriy i'hihi;(':k' am! every I .ut it I fi .nV.i'i. ,.'. ni"il i, ill'.' s.'u.m.ii-. I t'le inviiii U' rh'- fli'll -iMlMH'.S ii a: a i.i '.l.ialalu'li. Will u , 1 1 tin- a aa jVl'll al . i . 1 1 : r. . t ! i t to ':ro .v; li ii ti. i i i riop. ami to ki rit l;;t.'U ha Wi ( !.; ano ;;ra;3v. TIut - is no ;':i.o'i jn rii.i j;s. ;il w lii'.'ii ihr suiii yr.ir, t.l'ji'fl. so aain'sally h'fls ;'a' piaalio':; oi'cr- i'st. All 11." M'('i:;ra.ta)ii lor llir crop :.S IIOW uVi'i' - ll' ii la'i'il w.l! done, thr i'riii!. ! ounl il'ully, is very vr(aiu i! f no!, all ia uiii'crl.iiiily, and it is now :oo I. i!r to aaa nil, i:i tin: way of prep .uaL.sn. for flu) -rcsi-n:. crop. r ' liilo tlirro is no otic rulo or ir.o.li' ol op. 'ration !i;i.. wi I i ! ! will fl : 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 .' I I F "I'l'V - I J well in loc.alilii'a, t lii'iv is, ucvi rllic- ii-iss, iiu,- guirral jn i)iri.l that iiiilt he oli.s.'rvcil tliroiiliodt l In.', rutini oper ation o!' cultivatin...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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