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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 1 June 1842

The whole aut of Government consists in ike art of being honest. Jefferson. VOL. 3. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED IJY THEODORE SCKOCI5. TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance Two dollar. :,,la quarter, half vearly, and if not paid before the end of i vcar. Two dollars and a half. Those 'vho receive their t ie"rs bv a carrier or stage drivers employed by the proprie 5 . willbe charged 7 1-2 cts. per year, extra. No papers discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except ic option of the E hlor. "PAivcrtisc-nents not exceeding one square (sixteen lines i be msertel three weeks for one dollar: twenty-five cents every subsequent inscmoii larger ones in proportion. A ral discount will be made to yearly advertisers. - TXll letters addressed to the Editor must be post paid. Acrostic. "y Eliza Kirhbridgc now wife of J. J. Gutncy. "o find one virtue in thee noxious weed, ne single excellence, were hard indeed ; ut to describe the misery thou hast wrought, Ltd nameless woes upon creation brought, ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 1 June 1842

J FFE R3 ON I AN HE P U B L I CAN am tn-ed i' more than -100.000 i-ais to be uifal-it-; th on! v ccrtiiiii worm-dusirnying medi- i ,--r di-.nevpd. Many diseases arist .;i A .f :is a 1 1 1 occasion long ami iniense suff i , I even d.Mth, without their over being - V" "1; grow, prons are very often afllict f) w :i hen and ar doitored forvariou con , ' n, without .-my htMU'fii; when one dnso of .ies." L zen would -proddy curt" thorn. Mr J. Murphy, 90 N-rth t. Philadelphia, was applied to hv a :onr woman whose daugh ter. 7 voarn old. had been sick for nearly 3 years "her Momach was as large as a grown person's, ht-r arm and legs so swollen that she rot.ld noi walk or help herself, although she could eai as much a- two laboring men. Two ceh-hr.ued donors bad e.vhauMed their skill without anv benefp; the father had spent all he could raiM- and was discouraged, he abandon ed all id-a of doing anything more for her, and looked to death alone, to take her out of her tnierv. Mr. M'irphy belie...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 8 June 1842

7 The whole art of Government consists in the art op reing honest. Jefferson. PL. 3. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1842. No. 14. IINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THEODORE S CHOC II. :s Two dollars per annum in advance Two dollars ' . . r i 1 : e - .x artcr, nan yeany, unu n hoi iiaiu ueiorc me cnu 01 Two dollars and a half. Those nho receive their . .i i . i - 'be charged 7 1-2 cts. per year, extra. nnrs discontinued until all arrearages arc paid, except iv :i carrier or biasu urivcia cmuiuyi-u uy uic proprie- btion of the Editor. iverusemcnts not exceeding one square (sixteen lines i nscrtcd three weeks for one dollar: twenty-five cents ' SJUSCqueul Jlisuiiiuii luiuui uucs in jjiujuuiuu. a ...ill ha mqilu trt voot-It- fxA trt i Arc I letters addressed to the Editor must be post paid. POETRY. The Stars of Night. "hence are your glorious goings forth, Ye children of the sly, whose bright silence seems the power Of all eternity ? for time hath let his shadow fall O'er man...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 8 June 1842

JEFF El I ;S 0 MIAN KEPUBIJ C A X - sasJgMHH T TFEONIAN REPUBLICAN Slroittistlmrff, .Fuesc , 1S42. Tcr.ns, S1,W tn advance: $2.23, naif yearly; and $2,50 if not paid bcfoic the end of the year. coil Stale Convention. T!io members of the State Central Committee 1 ave issued a call for a Convention of the friends o; General Winfield Scott, in Pennsylvania, to be . r.t Hirrisburg, on the 26th of July next. The r:i counties aic invited to send Delegates ..I in number :o the Senators and Representa . "s they arc entitled to in the Legislature. The object of the Convention is to organize the friends of Gen. Scott, and to put him in nomina tion for the Presidency, so far as Pennsylvania is concerned. TUa TOassviHc Encampment. The Danville, Columbia county, Volunteer En campment, of which we made some mention last week, appear? from all accounts, to have passed ci? with more spirit than any of the others held tl.is season. General Scott was there, and re viewed the troops. He was received i...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 8 June 1842

Tliri lliiis" 2 ii pi tlont Religion, At tempted Jlurder and Attempted Suicide We have just heard of a most awful and de plorable scene, which has been enacting in Newton, N. J., three miles from Camden. About three months ago, the wife of a German laboring farmer, becoming religiously inclined, attended the Baptist Church in Haddonfield very regularly, until she became fully converted to that fanh, and was baptised without the knowl edge of her husband. As soon as the fact was known to him, he threatened to shoot the min ister and some leading members of the Church, as well as his wife. To accomplish this, ho charged his gun, shouldered it and walked to the minister's house, but not finding him at home, lie returned to his own house, and threatened 10 shoot his wife, who very fortunately escaped, and swore her life against him. He was ar rested and placed in Woodbury jail, where he remained till last week, when he scaled the wall and went back to hi; own house, in the dead of mgh:....

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 8 June 1842

JEFFERS ON A N REPUBLICAN Proved in more than 400,000 cases to be infal lible; ihe only certain worm-destroying medi cines ever discovered. Many diseases arise from worms and occasion long and intense suff enng and even death, without their ever being suspenicrl; grown persons are very often afflict ed wih ihem and are dortored for various com plaints, without any benefit; when one dose of these Lozenges would speedily cure thorn. Mr J. Murphy, 90 North st. Philadelphia, was apphrd to by a poor woman whose daugh ter, 7 years old, had been sick for nearly 3 years; her Momach was as large as a grown person's, hrr arms and legs so swollen that she i.M.'d not walk or help herself, although she uJ.l eai as much as two laboring men. .JJffo k r.vrd doctors had exhausted thtTrrskill v . anv brnefit: the father had snent all he i c- raise and was discouraged, he abandon ee s i t'n of doing anything more for her, and ked to death alone, to take her out of her i: wry. Mr. Murphy believing it a...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 15 June 1842

HMNIII III 11 1 ' v.;:; i j it xuj tii'jw jfyarrg-u u.1 .j urn Thc whole Aivr ov Government consists in the art of ijeing honest. Jefferson. VOL. 3. STROUD SB UKG. MONROE COUNTY, PA., "WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, 1842. No. 15. cere :.4irm (K Is PLfi?il ETi K Ffl S53 PJ "1 1 tvi i a i i PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THEODORE SCMOCIS. tpMS.-Two dollars per annum in advance Two dollar? a turtrr. half yearly, and if not paid before Ihc end of m .ii. Two dollars and a half. J hose vlio receive their , .- n- a carrier or stage drivers employed bv thc propric . w .il'he charged 7 1-2 cts. per year, extra. i ;..i,n rs discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except if ,'X.wn of thc Editor. i; v ivcrtisemcnts not exceeding one square (sixteen lincsl .. !v inserted three weeks for one dollar: twenty-five cents t , i- . subsequent inseition larger ones in proportion. A i. ,iii-ount will be made to yearly advertisers. ; -A.l !et;ers addressed to the" Editor must be post paid. POETRY. The Angel and SIic C...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 15 June 1842

JEFF :rsonian republican tli acm XL TV JEFFERSON! AN REPUBLICAN S&rosicislmrs, .Fessie 15, E'2. Terms, $2,00 in adnmoe; $2.25, naif yearly; and $2,M if not paid ucloic tncpnu ot tne year. NOTICE. A meeting of ihc citizens of Strondsburg and its viciniiy will be held, at the Court House in this borough, on Tuesday evening the 21st inst to take measures for the celebration of the en- sinii" anniversary ot our lnuencnuance, on Temperance principles. Loco Foco ISEsrcprcscBitaflioMS. Wo know it is preposterous to look for any thing like fairness, in politics, from the Monroe Demo crat, and kindred loco foco prints; yet we must confess that we have been considerably aston ished at the audacity with which our inky ncigh hmi and some of his political brethren through out the country, have been laboring to make their readers believe that the present "hard times1' and " low wages' are to be attributed to the Whigs. An article of half a column's length, in the last Democrat, contains the p...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 15 June 1842

, JE FFE ft SON 1 A N RE P U B LT CAN. lo the crops, but are believed to be of service, by ridding them of injurious bugs, &c. We have received letters and newspapers from the South as far as Georgia, and also from various portions of the West, which speak in glowing terms of the crops of grain and fruit. And so far as our knowledge extends, we can add, thai through the middle and eastern states, the prospect is very fair for abundant crops. We hare heard but a single instance where the wheat has been injured by the fly and rust, and that is in Washington county, Maryland. On the evening of the first of May, the house of Isaiah Johnson, of Sandwich, N. IT. was struck by lightning and entirely consumed. Every member of the family was struck down, but recovered just in time to make their escape from the. flames. Accounts from Ireland of J2th April say: "A large number of houses in the neighborhood of Doonbeg, in Clare county, were carried away by an awful flood, and several men lo...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 15 June 1842

J EFFK R S O N I A N It E P U 13 LI CAN r r "- In TTTllMrriTTH8Ti' Ii TBuftK"1 Proved in more lhan 400,000 cases lo bo infal--Ho; the only certain worm-destroying nicdi- mo ever discovered. Many discuses arise rom worms and occasion long and intense suiT ring and even death, without their ever being uspectcd; grown persons are very often aillict i d with them and arc doctored for various com ; hints, without any benefit; when one doso of nicse ijozenges would specuny cure mem. Mr. J. Murphy, 90 North st. Philadelphia, was applied to by a poor woman whose daugh ter, 7 3'ears old, had been sick for nearly 3 oars; her stomach was as large as a grown . on's, her arms and legs so swollen that she uM not walk or help herself, although she iH.hl eat as much as two laboring men. Two lebratcd doctors had exhausted their skill -uhout any benefit; the father had spent all he ouhl raise and was discouraged, he abandon 1 all idea of doing anything more for her, and Hiked to death alone, to take ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 22 June 1842

The whole art ov Government consists in the art of being honest. Jefferson. STROUDSBURG MONROE COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1842. No. 16. VOL. 3. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY TIIE03OKE SCHOOL fTT7?Ts Tivo dollars tier annum in advance Two dollars ndaauarier, half yearly, and if not paid before the end of ,e vear, Two dollars and a half. Those vho receive ihfcir ioer bv a earner or singe unvcrs umiuutcu uy uic pruyric- ,t will" be charged 7 1-2 cts. per year, extra. No papers discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except i the option of the Editor. r? vdvertiscmcnts not exceeding one square (sixteen lines) lUe inserted three weeks for one dollar : twenty-five cents 'r cvrrv subsequent inseition larger ones in proportion. A ral discount will be made to yearly advertisers. POETRY. TIsC Roved and Lost. Time hath not power to bear away Tliine image from my heart; No scenes that mark life's onward way Can bid it hence depart. Yet. while our souls with anguish riven, Mourn, loved and ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 22 June 1842

.TEFFE R SON I A N REPUBLICAN - - tMMgraBMaBaiMgjMMlBMtfawgiMajJgB mi f i i'iti r JEFPERSONIAN REPUBLICAN Strotidsburg, June 22, 1846. Terms, $2,00 in advance; J.C.25, half yearly; and $2,50 If not I HUM WMImIu)10 l-0 je"'lilMllnMMrr 111 - The Stale Credit. The Legislature, which is now in session at JIarrisburg.'has an important duty to perform. Although the avowed object of holding the Extra Session was the districting the State for the next Congressional Election, yet our Representatives have a duty to perform of incalculably greater in lerest to the Commonwealth than all the appor tionments of Members of Congress since the days i f the Revolution. The State Debt and Credit, which they are called to legislate upon, is a question which immediately affects the honor and patriotism of the people; independent of its bear ing and influence upon our currency and business. The State Treasury is literally empty, and has the following pressing claims upon it; Domestic Creditors - - 2,500,...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 22 June 1842

JKFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN. Correspondence of the Unite'd'Statci, Montgomery CouNTir, P'a. May 20, 1842. Glanders contracted by a Hitman Being from Horse. I make the following communication r .....?. c .- .i l. v wit v ' w W IT U Uft nil ww " w nee, a neighbor of mine purchased an old it 11 it 1 1 in 1 if i t'g .iiiiiu iirri T" inrHM t i nn .- uu itii huiic, wini me disease taucuctuHucioi r. . .. . .i . . II . .1 I 7 hont ten davs ha Mr iliic individual became sRnsf hnfllofl hie drill nor was he able to skiiv ii. nnvnia nflvir semi a. aiuuiur uasu. ?r i Wednesday, the 18th instant, the appear- j -i ---o -- . cgs ni inn inscasu mm u uiiiv uuvciuucu .i i- i i .. r..ii.. -i I i say that the disorder had been contracted i .ii. ..w.-w. j ...0..., ri MIKIIH Til. Ill 1 1 1 III I . Ill i:ITMLIIIU .1 I I 1 1 1 l lalll ll.lllil I I t ' o and heart-rendms snectac e. 1 saw this 5 ir i ...:.t. ...t. i se nivseu. uuu IUUV.U1 wiiti iiianv wuu iiavu itnessed it, in setting it down as a decided sm til ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 22 June 1842

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN -I Proved in more than 400,000 cases lo be 'infal lible; the only certain worm-destroying medi cine ever discovered. Many diseases arise from worms and occasion long and intense suff ering and even death, without their ever being sftlspected; grown porsons are very often afflict ed with them and are doctored for various com "plaints, without any benefit; when one dose of these Lozenges would speedily cure thorn. Mr. J. Murphy, 90 North st. Philadelphia, was applied to by a poor woman whose daugh ter, 7 years old, had been sick for nearly 3 years; her stomach was as large as a grown person's, her arms and legs so swollen that she could not walk or help herself, although she could eat as much as two laboring men. Two celebrated doctors had exhausted their skill without any benefit; the father had spent all he could raise and was discouraged, he abandon ed all idea of doing anything more for her, and looked lo death alone, to take her out of her misery. Mr. Murp...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 29 June 1842

. The whole art ok Government consists in the ar op being honest. Jefferson. - ' f , u VOL. 3. STROUDSB URG MONROE COUNTY, PA. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1842. No.- 17. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THEODORE SCHOCH. rTERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance Two dollars Iti'l a Quarter, half yearly, ana n noipaia oeiore me enaoi I iners dx a earner or siuge umcuvuii"") niu iuyi; t.r, wiU'be charged 7 1-2 cts. per year, extra. t NO Papers UlSCOimmiCU UUUl un iuicaiat, aic pmu, BAtcjik UlC UIJUUU Ul HIV tiiAlw. r.i . i 1 t AmAntc i nrjiAAinff rnin crm rj rn f cl T t nnn impel ill be inserted three weeks for one dollar: twenty-five cents r every subsequent inseition larger ones in proportion. A "ral discounfrwill be made to yearly advertisers. U7AII lellCrs aaurcsseu 10 uie Ciiuiur muat uc yuat paiu. POETRY. From an old Paper. I've been Thinking. I've been thinking, I've been thinking, What a curious world we're in, -Men are sleeping, eating, drinking, Just as they have always been Beaux are strutti...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 29 June 1842

JEFFERS 0 XI A N' R K PFBL I CAN HARRISBURG NEWS. Correspondence of the Dally Chrooicle. Harrisburg, Juno 21, 1845. 1 von Hooe. The Speaker presented fHr . a! -r. ;.-nt of the affairs of the Dclkware vompany. The amendments made by the House to the bill from the Senate, relating to -'Relief notes." wnicn were non-concurred m by the Senate, were then taken up; and after some discussion, the House insisted on their amendment's, and returned the bill with that information to the Senate. On motion of Mr. Garretlson, the Judiciary Committee were instructed to inquire into the expediency of bringing in a bill requiring all xeltlers on lands not returned to the Land office, to be surveyed and so returned, within a speci fic time. Mr. Barrett submitted a joint resolution to ftive to the WHJiamsport and Elmira Railroad Company the tolls-derived from their improve ment on the State works, on condition tltat the - said company wili complete said road to Elmi ja in the Slate of New York. , Mr. ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 29 June 1842

JEFFERRONIAX REPUBLICAN. KFK ONI AN R til' UJ3 LilUAJN Stroudsburg, Jimc 29, I12. paid bcroic inc enu in u;u wm. Fourth J July. V lVauJ " - - " j xt i T..J J 1 .., !! Vr mnct uvtnncirp nrnnarntinnc nrn hninn- - r t . i thn nm in rracQTnniu; ii i inn nnvprnmont tun unions wnicn were rearoa ov me men oi cseven- sij. There is one thing connected with the peculiarly gratifying to the patriot and philan- Temperance principles. As Intemperance is dpnlnblv the besettintr vice of the nation, and we have much more to fear from that than from armed foteign foe-; we cannot estimate too rrlil it tti n jinKin n v-j ninm cnt )w on mnnw rC nur l.i-iijs. in i v l iiv lu Luiuuiiiii: nit: u.iv tviiiv.ii vp. us ti snn.iraiR nyisinnrfi as h nauun. vutiiuui The citizens of Stroudsburg and its vicinity, 114 W V. 4 VftlV ' -J ""' j the house of Charles Malven. Dinner will be . . r rrn." t m nmeiaoie at i o ciock. rntcui ntucts wtu. Our neighbors of Milford will also we learn H. A. Fav, Esq., of New-York, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 29 June 1842

JEFFE R S 0 MAN R E P U DL I CAN Proved in more than 400,000 cases to be infal lible; the only certain worm-destroying medi cine ever discovered. Many diseases arise from worms and occasion Ions and intense suff ering and even death, without their ever being suspected; grown persons are very often afflict ed with them aud are doctored for various com plaints, without any benefit; when one dose of these Eozenges would speedily cure thorn. Mr. J. Murphy, 90 North st. Philadelphia, was applied to by a poor woman whose daugh ter, 7 years old, had been sick for nearly 3 years; hex stomach was as large as a grown person's, her arms and legs so swollen that she coufd not walk or help herself, although she could eat as much as two laboring men. Two celebrated doctors had exhausted their skill without any benefit; the father had spent all he voulfl raise and was discouraged, he abandon ed all idea of doing anything more for her, and looked to' death alone, to take her out of her Uiisery. Mr....

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 6 July 1842

r 7' ' Jwlff lt0i ftllrf rtffc-; 1 1 dllif llllf ifrt11'-' '-i- t -1ST ieasei0I rj The whole art of Government consists in the art of being honest. Jefferson. S bein ... : "s U mother 1 use of nS you 1 "otk. Iiow t0 -Iwusi. e tfliere range- think if wart. In. . nd at -a. Int m one fwe rial eta .ore but we ed. .ns, sed A P jet Ji re i- Id e rOL. 3. VPRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THEODORE SCHOOL IMS. Two dollars per annum in adrancc Two dollars i.quaftcr, half yearly , aiid if not paid before the end of sar, two dollars ana a nam Those 'vho receive their s by a earner or sUse drivers cmnloved bv the nronrin. will be charged 7 1-2 cts, per year; extra. papers discontinued until all arrearages arc paid, except rAdvcrtisements not exceeding one snuarc 'sixteen lines! b ouuuu ui inc r.uuur. 2 inserteu mree weens tor one ciouar: twenty-live cents ery suosequeni mseuion larger ones in proportion. A A.ii letters addressed to the Editor must be post paid, ritfmint will hf mrlp tn vnrlv nrltrnrtien...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 6 July 1842

JEFFERSONIAX REPUBLICAN HARRISBURG NEWS. Correspondence of the Dailr Chrouicle" 53 : Hcrrisburg, June;29, 1842: In the House A spirited discussion sprung up on the "outlet lock at Black's Eddy," which came over from the Senate in a divorce "omni bus," in a disguised shape, it was an amend ment, extending all acts and supplements of acts authorizing the construction of collateral rail roads, to canals. The project met but little favor in the House, and even after it had been io amended as to provide that it should not be construed to authorize the aforesaid outlet, the section was voted down by a vote of 78 to 16. The balance of the omnibus then passed, and was returned to the Senate. . Mr. Bonaall submitted the following: Re solved, That the Apportionment Committee be instructed to bring in a bill for the apportion ment of the State, without reference to that part of the act of Congress which requires tho States to be divided into single districts. Mr. Wright offered a resolution on...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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