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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 18 June 1851

ftiUSi $tri ' rl ;h T- -m .-. ws '-i f V . ' " 'x .1 ' X- V n i ill atfl I n'Wt o ItKW IMIRICII. .TA- 5 a niiinnniTir. wipiirwin a nw?a nmrArnn w. ...r -w . nar-unymau i v AtoiuouLxmcE JXEWSt POLST8CS AND TEXAtf 3AT TERES'IS. VOL II AUSTIN TEXAS WEDNESDAY JUNE IS 1851 THE DE CORDOVA & CO. PROPRIETORS. TERMS. SUBSCRIPTION Three dollars per annum payable invariably in advance: Fifty-two Nos. to constitute a year's rinscription. ADV '.RTISEMENTS Will be inserted at the rate of onedolli' .-per square for the first and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. Tea lines or less constitute a sqnare. A liberal discount trill be made to those who advertise by the year. Announcements of Candidates forcflice willbe charged for at the same rate as advertisements. Political Circulars and all communications of a private r personal aature will be charged at the same rates as advertisements. No communication or advertisement or an abusive character will be inserted in our coiunius on any term...

Publication Title: South-Western American
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 18 June 1851

'South Western American. P. BeCOHSOVA Editor AUSTIN WEDNESDAY JUXE IS ISul. FOR GOVERNOR COX.. P. H. BEL.!.. FOR Lir.UT. GOVERNOR HON. MATH1AS WARD OF CASS COL'.MY. FOR CONGRESS GEN. HUGH M'LEOD. TOR COMMISSIONER TIIOS. WM. WARD. COL. When an intliiidual slights his constitu- tional oath and claims the Seward doctrine of "higher law" he makes hinuelf an object for the strenuous condemnation of the rress anil all the right-thinking portion of mankind. This is as it should be and none except of that sect which for the good of the American Union are confined to few in numbers have the audacity to complain. We certainly shall not but when the case is reversed and the party who is sought ti be condemned fulfils the laws and the con- stitution according to his oath then we shall enter our dissent and fight tiie battle whether it be for Iriend or foe. The cry laised against Guv. Bell who in the capacity of Commissioner cieated under a law of the third legislature which gave equal powers as...

Publication Title: South-Western American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 18 June 1851

f r !. it . : ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR GOVERNOR. We are authorized to announce Col. P II. BELL as candidate for re-election to the cfficc of Governor of the Stale. We are aulhorizid to announce Gen- T. J. CHAM- BERS as a candidate for Governer. We are authorized to announce Col. M. T. JOHN- SON of Tarrant county as a candidate for Governor. We ar authorized to announce Hon. E M. PEASE d Brazoria county as a candidate for Governor. FOR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR. ' We are authorized to announce Maj JAMES S GILLET as a candidal for Lieutenant Governor. We are authorized to announce Hon. JAMES W. HENDERSON of Harris couuty as a candidate for Lieutenant-Governor. We are authorized to announce Hon. MATTHIAS WARD of Cass county as a candidate for Lieutenant- Governor. FOR CONGRESS. We arc authorized to announce H. N. POTTER Esic of Galveston asa candidate to represent the Wes tern uisuici 01 lets oiaie m Uongres. . V eare authorizadto announce Gen. HUGH MpTVnn Pi a candidate lo represent the Western C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 18 June 1851

BAKDO "-"'Del Esceleatisimo S: Gokeraador del ' v Estado tie Texas. Pern Cdanto pnr una Ley de la LejHa- tura sanclonaila el dia 20 de Nlaixo de 1843 " se dispnue que se celeb: c una lilecciuti para xnombrar en ella un Gobernadnr un Tenien- tc Gubernador y un Eucargado de la Ofici- na General de Tcrrenos y que dicho Acto se lleve a. efecto y debido cunipliimento'en toda la estencion del Estado de Texas el Lunes priinero del procsimo mes de Agosto del presente afm. Por tarito Yo P. Hansbrouch Bell Gn- bernador del Estada de Texas en virtud de la autoridad en mi toi.cedSda por el pie- sente Oidcno y Manila que se abran los punlos 6 lugares en los cuales haya decele- brarse la citada Kleccion en toilo ls Parti dos y Circuits electorate de este Estadi) el primer Lunes (6 sea el dia 4) del procsimo venidero mes de Ago(o para que en .licho dia se celebre el Acto de nombrar por me- dio ile papeletu. (by ballot) un Gobernador un Tenienic Gobirnadoi y un Encargailo de la Oficina Jeneral de T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 25 June 1851

y Til SilTl-i .il A DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER DK VOTED TO AGKICUL-TUKK WBSWg PQJLITBCS AKD TEXAJT INTERESTS. OLII AUSTIN TEXAS WEDNESDAY JUNE 25 1S51 NUMBER 51- CCTEDU illi I kli l-f ". ft V .ot. hie jDE CORDOVA & CO. PROPRIETORS TERMS. -SUBSCRIPTION -Three dol!arsper annum payable iavariaMy la advance: Fifty-two Nos. to constitute a rpar's d!tcrinliri!t. ADT HTIsE.MENTS Will be injerfed at therateof onednlK -per square for 'he first and fifty ceutf Ijreacu jubirquejt insertion. Tin lines or les constitute a square. A lii.crd discount will be made to those who advertise -by ihr year. ' An. io nice nents ofCaiiilidales for office will be charged Tor rft the auie rite a .dreriieiiients. Political Circular-ami all c .muiuuicrtions of apnate or personal n .tuu- will be charged at the same rates as advertisements. . Jo com umiication or advertisemcul or an abusive -characier will ik inserted in our coiumns on any terms. 1)3- ll jdvertisemen ts not marked with the length o time desir.-a To...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 25 June 1851

I . ! South Western American-: P. So CORDOVA Editor AUSTIN WEDNESDAY JUNE 25 IS51. FOR GOVERNOR. COL. P. II- BELL. I. FOR LIEUT GOVERNOR HON. JIATIIIAS WARD OF CASS COUNTY. FOR CONGRF.SS GEN. HUGH tl'LEOD. FOR COMMISSIONER COL. THOS. WM. WARD. "We have received the first number of the Tyler Telegraph publMv-d by Mesrs: Da- vis Ciopton & Co. at'TylerJ Smith coun- ty Texas. A ven excellent sheet if we ae to judge "by this specimen brirk." The Tyler Telegraph is for the South and Democracy the only true pla'form. We welcome it with pleasure to our exchange list and wish the parlies concerned success. See fi'st page f ra communication signed "Walker relative to the Fedeial Court. Drs. Baker & Lilten have removed their office to the rooms above the posfoflice. THE WHIG CANDIDATE FOR GOVER- NOR. Our readers areaware that B. H. Epper- son E-q. f Red River county has offered himself as a candidate for the office of Go- vernor. Mr. E. is a whig. The following are his views on the pub...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 25 June 1851

J ss .- fJ2K r-ea.?i. --toe-??SSfc. SSS ?. ""jS rP 41 V S w ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOii GOVERNOR. Wo are an ho iz ii .. .no l(u-e O ! P H RELL. n- a candidate lor re-uieclloii to ibe llice ol Guvcruur of "the Siate. . We are author z-d to announce Gen T. J. CHAM BE RS as a candidate fur Govemer We are auihunz-il to anni-iisce Col. M T. JOHX- SON of Tarrant county a- a candidate for Giverror We am authorized to unnounce Hon. E M PE ISE of Brazoria county a a candidate fr G .vernor. " FOR LlbUIENANT-GOVERNOR We are authorized to announce Mhj JAMES S. GILLET as a candidate for Lieuienant Governor. rj We are authorized to announce Hon. JAMEa W HENDERSON tit Harm county as a candidate for kXicuienmil-Governor. 2 we are authorized to announce Hon MATTHIASs .WARD of Ca-s countv. as a candidate for Lieutenant- Eernor. rn FUR CONGUEaS ;e are auth irized to announce H. N. POTTER tpf Gilves'on aa candidi eto tepreent the Wes- Jllnct of this State in Oougre . We are authorized to announce Gen HUGH McLE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 25 June 1851

i&; 3r "&&. iKTJ J3Htf Jtj ? 3". PROCLAMATION- a- TUEfcQUVUlKOK OF THU STATE OF TEXAS " Wur.nEAs bv an act of (he Legislature '' nnjinivil Match 20th 1843 it U n'quiietl 4 ili.1t an election for Governor Lieutenant ' Governor und Commissioner of ihe Genera! 1 .huul Offitc be belli throughout this State on the first Monday in AuUs.t next. Now therefi r-I P Hanbrough Bell ' Ouicrnorof the State of Texa do by vir- tneuf ihcauthority in me vested heiebyor- 'ur and direct that polls be opened at the se- s'-rA precincts of the respective counties in litis Sta e on the nrst i.innay tme iourui .. . . i- .i. .. i" .:.. u..i I k S.iyJ 't AUSUSt next lor Hie election u uui- !""t of a Governor a Lieutenant-Governor and a Comni'S-ioner of the General Land O.Ticp. The Chief Justices of the several ' counties (aiii! in cae of a vacancy in the ?liice of Ctiief Jutice or inability of that offi- cer 'o act then any two ot the county dun- iTi'shioiie) "ill accoidinsjly give due ntiee anil ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 9 July 1851

v. 111 A DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER -OB VOTED VOL 3 THE DE CORDOVA & CO PROPRIETORS." TERMS . SUBSCRIPTION-Three'doliars per annum payable invariably ia advance: Fifty-two Kos. to constitute a year's fiqscription. ADT '.UTISEMENTS Will be inserted at the rate of onedolli f per square for the first and fifty centf for each subsequent insertion. Ten lines or less constitute a sqnare. A liberal discount will be made to those who advertise by the year. Announcements ofCaudidatcs for office will be charged for at the same rate as advertisements. Political Circulars and all communications or a private or personal nature will be charged at the same rates as advertisements. No communication or advertisement or an abusive character will be inserted in cur columns on any terms. &- All advertisemcn ts not marked with the length o time desired Tor pubiicat'on will be inserted until forbid and charged accordingly. LEGAL AD VERTISEIICNTS. All advertisements the publication of nhich is required ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 9 July 1851

v.-. - . - - - South Western American - P. De CORDOVA Editor- v AUSTlJf WEDNESDAY JULY 0. 1851. FOR GOVERNOR. COL. P. H. BELL. ron Lir.uT. oovERxon II OX. MAT III AS M'ARD OF CASS CUC.N7Y. ron CONGRESS GE. HUGH M'LEOD. TOR. COMMISSIONER. COL. THOS. "VM. WARD. In presenting tlie fifst number of the third volume of the South-Western American to our patrons we have no new pledges to make. It has been our earnest desire to make the paper under our control a truly independent public journal having for its object the public good. It is a proud satisfaction for us to know that our efforts are appreciated ; the satis- factory evidence of which has been furnish- ed to us in the addition to our subscription hst of nearly one hundred new subscribers within the last week most of the names ac- companied with the year's subscription in advance. An independent newspaper has inetery country proved a blessing: as heretofore ve shall continue to expose all abuses that ate brought under our noticein a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 9 July 1851

-3- t 4 Hf K" ! . - on the occasion. Perhaps I oven I may be tempted to lea.e wj retreat .and mix with the revellers if so I will endeavor lo me jou .ome uitcius of the evenings proceedings Speaking of (he Houston House- reminds me that Thayer the incomparable Thayer ha made an entire revolution in this to us Houstoniaiis time honored Public House ; not being able to visit this house we ap- pointed our Kentucky friends as a committee of investigation knowing that vthey weie fully competent to make a satisfactory and close examination of the manner in which this house is kept ; their report is to us satis- factory and I make no doubt "ill prove the same to those of our up country friends who may give him a call. One admirable quality has mine host he is ever at his post anxious to ghe satisfaction and conliibutc to the comfort of all his ccsts. There has been a gloom cast over our city to-day and it is with sincere sorrow I record the death of Mrs. M. II. Gray relict of the late Wm. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 9 July 1851

kKNs?- a ml middle counties to give them the bene-t-uf the unproved iiavirulioii of our rivers. I propose that the other main track s-hall descend from El Fa-o on the Rio Grande by the city of Austin neaily on a right line lo Galveston Bay with which private enter- prise would connect it at various points. This route prolonged at the other end on The same right lim- would pass ly the Gila to Sau Diego on the Pacific. And I do not entertain a doubt that this i-. the shortest best and indeed the only practicable route lor a railroad across the continent fiom our Atlantic to our Pacific coast in California. Thus Texas holds in her gra-p not only the commerce of one-half of the -Mexican States ami to a great extent the destinies of the city of New Orleans but the control of the vast wealth which is to ilow from Cali- fornia and the Pacific ocean across to the Atlantic. It is for Texas to determine whether or not the great movement for in- ternal improvements in the State of Louis- iana ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 16 July 1851

"Vrv saijr-jn- : J -.sv-..?-.. s-i .": r-5rrf ia' . & " . . - j - . . .m r-r'3r 'V". ; if Vvf . 3 r-...v.T: 5- v -5 !.T iv-i .v - TwKr3!???; .VtylJ tSi:Va. .ofssc -. T3i jrr rrr- -a- -?-rsr' --JJ.-V ':c .-W "CC "?a -v-sf. .- - -' TPSta-j. l s' rw." Z2- i . .: t. SPT. ;; ysstesftaL. i?iya DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER-DJE VOTED TOAGIUCUL pOC'ITfCS AIVD TEXAN INTERESTS. 'K X rasa: IT3 AUSTIN TEXAS WEDNESIjl && NUiMBER 2.Jt : jv y r- 9fii ?ai!iEsats&- "?ks&ss3 w - -.. iSi&aas-s-rtAi . - rmfr?v.T?s';ism5 -!. -1.H wammk I r . J -15L If3 L - s ' S IS ? K... 'v Tftp r- xna p&lHItteWirasiteiirw. wwatrnw. j: JOJpOVA & 0.-pROPIETORSJ TRMS. t 3RIPTION Three dollars per annum layaU e n adance-: Fifty-two Wos.tto consuiuie a seription. RTISEMENTS W;fl hi. 5nserled at therate of f per square for the first and fifty ceutr far each it insertion. Ten lines orless constitute -a ral discount will be" made Jo-(hose who advertise Announcements of Candidates JToroHice will be charg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 16 July 1851

5t a rr&? Jar'j- r .'5 - XS "Nsi-sT" f i i.. .. . it 1 - 3 .jr- v S ' -. t -wZofs .. vt --J ML i- RK v -& - lstt & it m m b "ft-ft. - ' J V 'M' & tM re rj. Vh &r& raw m$i L0t-a ! h x&- g PJS .3G '. J-iV M :r it' U I S5si '-a 4 JJSTIN WEDNESDAY JULY 10 1851. FQR GOVERNOR. COl. P.. II. BEJ.I. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR 10. MATHIAS .WARD OF CASS COUH1Y. &? M FOR CONGRESS GEK. HUGH M'liEOD. - TOR COMMISSIONER. COX. THOS. "Wfll. WARD. HORRIBLE MURDER. Early on last Fiiilay morning a negro man rode up to. the house of Mr. William Baker about a mile north of town and made some inquiries of if r. B who suspecting him to be a runaway tied him with the assist ance of Col. Robertson the latter happen- ing to be there at the time. While the fa- mily were : -.&reakfast (Col. R. having left) the negro-uanaged to unloose himself by means of a krnfe he had conceAledIsnHTro'- ccTded to make his escape. Mr. B. and the negro came to close quarters and Mrs. Ba- ier perceivi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 16 July 1851

'itM- y r" -li "ilfc". I'' V -"t --sasi'-c.vtavrejKi. i s."L rii - r 7 .i li rr it r k. . b 3r .1 ia r i m - i 1 "Sjls.rfe jaiue ot trie land hereby agreed to d. Now shiiuld the said John C. ft in all things keep and perform his iaiui agreement amresaiu men ine lion to be void else to be and ill force and affect. JOHN C. WATROUS. "i.. s 1 sealed and delivcreil in presence .KOB' HUGHES." jossible thai this bond should have ited by an-li-me-i man. A man of Jmuld not attempt to betilejbr city u money loaned with fraudulent jates located In the Comanche voulil not endeavor to avoid to if the orijmml consideration refund the value of the waste ANIA WHIG CONVENTION AJORll'Y TREE SOILERS." Lancastkii. June 24. 1851. have nothing- to add to mv 'despatch of yesterday. All mv prediction have been jfjjulnlled as you .will see from the reports of -A ulis aavs tirocepi in r-- Thp iti-o. mlpr rA" and abditiouNts control the contention .La-- -ii i- . . . . . j nose-predictions contained in my last...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 16 July 1851

J""1 n'."" fet' ?s835Sascs3 r&rjfc&SeRSSSE aw" Z --.5 lif y?-.rfsrt " X1 - if a 4 1 JfS8.. to... - am "si ilS l-K-?-3 -? - l -!' . r -v v c ri& k jflw H.i Vtt I. K- to t. E?'J fct it ' Fe? r hi?r - SM rV .- tf.Tr Wn slEIHt" 'aa v PROCLAMATION- 3Y THE GOVERNOR OF- THE STATE OF -TEXAS ?v "Whureas by an act of the Legislature capproved March 20th J843 it is required that an election for Governor Lieutenant Governor and Commissioner of the General Land Office be held throughout thiaState on the first Monday in August next.' 'Now therefore I P. Hansbrough Bell Governor of the State of Texas do by vir- 'tue of the authority in me vested hereby or- der and direct that polls be opened atlhe se- veral precincts "of the respective counties in this Sta'e on the first Monday (the fourth day) of August next for ihe election by bal- lot of a Governor a Lieutenant-Governor and a Commissioner of the General Land -Office. The Chief Justices of the several counties (and in case of a vacan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 30 July 1851

rtii A Olv5QCgATlC XaWgPAP'ER OKVOTE3D TO AGaggCUirUUK NIlWSi OLSTfiCS AffD TEXAI INTER.ESTS. VOL 3 AUSTIN TEXAS WEDNESDAY JULY 30 1851 NUMBER 4 fur iiifi h A ifli TUB DE CORDOVA Jc CO. PROPRIETORS. TERMS. SUBSCRIPTION -Three dollars perannttta payable iarariaMy ia sdeauce: Fifty-two No to constitute a Tear's iqscriini'jn. ADV .".UTSEMENTS Willbe in.erted M therateof one doll -per square lor the first aud fifty ceuts lareach cub'stqucit insertion. iln lines or les coa.lilutc a square. A liberal discount will be mad to those who adrertise by the year. ' Auiioauceticiits of Candidates for ofTicr will bi charged for at the same rle a adrcriieiueuts. Political Circular ami all cnnm-.!iiiratioiof a private or personal 11. tuie will be charge! at the sauu rites as advertisements. Nc coui.uu lication or alverlNcmeiit of nn abttsiv-' Chirac er will .10 iur r'cil in out c". minis on any term--. ie37 All -idrerl.seiueu t uol marked u-uli lb- length time de.ir.-d tor pab icat'oa will bo ius rt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 30 July 1851

South Western American P. De CQR5Q VA Editor AUSTIN WEDNESDAY JULY 30 185 FOR GOVERNOR COL. P. 11. BELL. you HEUT. QOVFRNOR HOPT. MATHIAS WAKB OF CAiS COUNTY. FOR congress HUGH M'LBOB. E FOR. COMMISSIONER THOS.' TVJW. WARD. COL Some unprincipled person lias been in the ahit qf coming into our office while there nr one present and knocking down type $ic. This has occurred more than once. Some time last winter a voung man living nttown came into the office one Sunday $n$ did. considerable damage in this respect ; nd again on last Sunday the same thing Vs dpne. Now we should think it affords 3 person very "little gratification to do this particularly when he takes into considera- tion the. trouble he is giving $he printers. We do oot know who did the mischief on last Sunday but we. know the individual who did it the first time and whether it is the same one or not we cannot tell ; but if it 5t we would advise him that if he does not want to see his name in print it would be the better ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 30 July 1851

i t i :1 little money and that I want to defray my expenses in visiting prisons and poor-houses and occasionally in giving to objects of chari- ty. If you have been unfortunate are in distress and in want of money I will give you some.' While thus speaking to him 1 discovered his countenance charging and he became deathly pale. My God !' he ex- claimed that voice!' and immediately told me that he had been in the Philadelphia penitentiary and had heard me lecturing some of the prisoners in an adjoining cell and that he now recognized my voice. He then desired me to pass on and expressed deep sorrow at the outrage he had commit- ted. But I drew out my purse and said to him I will give ynu something to support you until you can get in honest employment.' Hie declined at first taking anything until I insisted on his doing o for fear he might be tempted to rob some one else before he conuld get into honest employment.' Had not Miss Dix taken possession of the Eistols in all probability t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 30 July 1851

't q& jet? """; & afc PROCLAMATION- BY THE GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF TEXAS Whereas by an act of- the Legislature approved March 20th 1843 it is required that an election for Governor Lieutenant Governor and Commissioner of the General Land Office be held throughout this State on the first Monday in August nest. Now therefore I P. Haxsbrough Bell Governor of the State of Texas do by vir- tue of the authority in tne vested hereby or- der and direct that polls be opened at the se- veral precincts of the respective counties in this Sta'c on the first Monday (the fourth day) of August nest for the election by bal- lot of a Governor; a Lieutenant-Governor anil a Cummissiuner of the Geneial Land Office. The Ciiief Justices of the several counties (and in case of a vacancy in the office of Chief Justice or inability of that offi- cer to act then any two ot the cuunty com- missioners) will accordingly ;ivc due notice anil cause polls to be opened at the several precincts of their resp...

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