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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 21 May 1852

c7 For the Post. RAIL ROAD MEETING AT CHARLES TON. Agreeable to previous notice a portion of tho citizen of Bradlev, Polk and McMinn counties, met at tlio Depot in Charleston, when, on motion of S. A. Smith, Esq., Johs Caldwell, of Polk county, was called to -the Cluir, and II. Mel. McElratu and R. L. Graves requested to net as Secretaries. The Ch;iinu:in explained the object of the meeting to bo for the purpose of procuring Sloek for the Ch:itt innoxi. II irrison, George town and Charleston Rail Road. Col. Mont gomery, President of siid Rail Road Compa ny, was then introduced ni:d addressed the meeting in his usual eloquent and impressive atyle, for more th in one hour, showing from actual demonstrations the Hdvantages'to be derived from the Chattanooga, Harrison, Georgetown undCharlestou Rail Road, when completed. Col. Brabson, of Chattanooga, Agent of the Company for procuring Stock, ne t took the flwr, anil spoke for about forty minutes, briefly passing over the ground of Col. M...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 21 May 1852

Fresh Supply of Watches, Jewelry, &c. SEA ll0 R N HAS just receive.! and opened the largest and best selected stock of Good in bis line that has ever been brought to this market. Ili stock consists in part of FINE GOLD WATCnES, Lever, Let.ine and plnin, from 35 to 1 195. 1 SILVER WATCHES, . .Full jeweled Lever, Lcpine, and plain. Fine Gold Chains and Seals, Keys and Guard Chains. nrp r :nTTi TrWFT.RY. Consisting of Ring", Ear-rings of new vlcs and patterns, ifrenst 1'ins ieaeis, . .... .n. n. .. ti.;t KtnHa Hold Pencil an Pen Cases, Tooth Picks Gold Pens and Silver Cases, Necklaces, Bracelets, Ac. cnirri) ivn 1I ATI"X WARE. .u 1. i . I w j ' - - Silver Sponna, Tea And Table, Shugar Tours. Snoons. Soup Ladles, Pickel Knives and Forks, Salt and Mustan c rl.l .ml PunillpAtlckS. Bl'lt tania Castors and Candlesticks, fine Japanned Tea Waiters, e. T.'Axrv ARTirr ra A vn PERFUMERY. t .:L- I'.n, frnm fiO cts to f 5 each, fine Feather and Taper Fans, Ladies Work linskets, uressine onsets...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 9 July 1852

"I. ft i F ATHENS, TEM., FItfDAY, JUL? 9, 1852. BY SAM. P. IVINS. VOL. IV.HTO. 198, 1 jlIJEj ill JI 11JBJ1 ni O JL xJKy iL o ri 9 1 TERMS: . THE POST is published every Friday at $2 per year, payable in advance, or $3, if pay ment u delayed until the expiration of the year. Advirtiskmkmts will be charged $1 per square of 12 lines, or lea, for the first inser tion, and 25 cents for each continuance. A liberal deduction mado to those who advertise bythe yeir. Persons sending advertisements must mark the number of times they desire them inserted, or they will continue until for bid and charged accordingly. For announcing the names of candidates for office, $3, Cash. Jos Wobk, such as Pamphlets, Minutes, Cir culars, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, Ac, will be executed in a neat and workmanlike manner, at short notioe, and on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the Proprietor, post paid, will be promptly attended to. Persons at distance sending ns the names of four solvent subscribers, ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 9 July 1852

r u ATHENS POST. 8. P. IVIX3. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TEHHS.i a year, payable in advance, or $3 at the expiration of the year. ffitr A'o paper diicontinned until' arrenraet are paid, except at the option of the Publisher. For announcing the names of candidates for office ?j, vain. FOR PRESIDENT, GEN. WINFIELD SCOTT, OF NEW JERSEY. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, HON. WILLIAM A. GRAHAM, OF NORTH CAROLINA. Athens, Friday, Jalj 9, 1852. "POST" FOR THE CAMPAIGN. Single copy, ... $0.50 Five copies ... 2,00 Eight copies ... 3,00 Invariably in advance. The campaign will embrace a period of four months. Our friends nre requested to exert themselves in procuring subscriptions. RY CLAY. 1iemourner are 1ia Fminf a!n hi drvt 'Tis the wail of a widow, Columbia wee'psj The Last of thk Romans in majesty bleeps 1" The Great and Good Man, the Orator and Statesman, who for tho last forty years has filled the largest place in the public mind, has passed away, and the Nation is bowed in sor row and tears. Ho depart...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 9 July 1852

If L. 0 A 5-J ft I m eg 6 rsr- TRIBUTE TO H.OX. HENRY CLAY. On the 2d day of July, 1852, intelligence having been received that tbe Hon. IIkkry Clat bad departed this life, a large number of the citizens of McMinn county assembled at the Methodist Episcopal Church in Athens, for the purpose of paying a proper tribute of re speet to his memory; when, on motion of M. P. Jarnagin, Esq.. T. Nixo Van Dvkz, Esq., was called to tbe Chair, and on motion of Dr. James D. Taylor, William II. Ballew, Esq., was requested to act as Secretary. The Chairman explained the object of the meeting in a brief address, characterized by deep feeling and fervid eloquence. Thomas J. Campbell, Esq., then offered for the consideration of the meeting a preamble and scries of resolutions, which, after a few pertinent remarks, were unanimously adopted as follows, vis The people of McMinn countv. in common with their brethren of the United States, have henrd with sorrow, the announcement that "IIesry Clat is dead!...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 9 July 1852

7A Montvale Springs BLOUNT' COUNTY, E. TENN' THIS reaowned watering place has been opened the preeent season by the under signed for the reception of visitor. The Hotel will be under the immediate auperintendence of D. W.Tedford, who will pay every niien tian that will ixindllce to the Comfort and COD' venienoe of Invalids, as well as others, and which we think will give entire satisfaction to all. ' The narticnlar dualities of theso Springs, and the eelebritv they have attained in re storing to vigor the debilitated, are too well known hv thousands who have tested their efticncv. to renuire anv ttuMna. The Hotel is situated at the base of the Chilhowee mountain, which is upwards of 2000 above the level of the sea. The atmosphere is pure and invigorating, and the scenery round picttiresqe and romantic. Montvale Snrincrs are nine miles from Mary ville, the county town of Blount; sixteen mile from Louisville on the Holston river, where steambot are daily arriving from Chattanoo ga; tw...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 16 July 1852

TH 1 J ATHE BY SAM. P. IVIM ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1851 VOL. IYM). 199. POST. TERMS: THE POST is nublishod every Friday at i parear, payable in advance, or 83, if pay ment m delayed until the expiration of the year. Advektiscwents will be charged $1 per square of 13 lines, or less, .for the first inser tion, and 25 cents fur cdcli continuance. A liberal deduction made to thoso who advertise by the year. Persons sending advertisements must mark the number of times they desire them inserted, or they will continue until for bid And charged accordingly. For announcing tlie names of candidates for office, $3, Cash. Job Work, such as Pamphlets, Minutes, Cir culars, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, do., will be executed in a neat and workmanlike mauue'r, at short notice, and on reasonable terms. All letters addressod to the Proprietor, post paid, will be promptly attended to. Persons at a distance sending us the names of four solvent subscribers, will be entitled to fifth copy gratis. Xo ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 16 July 1852

ATHENS POST. 8. p. iviss r.prron and rRorniETon. TEKMS. ?2 i fear, payable in advance, or f 3 at the expiration of the year. Off" Ao paper discontinued until arrearyet are paid, treept at the option of the Publisher. for announcing the names of candidates for office Cash rR PRESIDENT. GEN. W1NF1ELD SCOTT, OF NEW JERSEY. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, HON. WILLIAM A. GRAHAM, OF NORTH CAROLINA. Alhfiis Friday, July 18, 1852. "1X)ST" FOR THE CAMPAIGN. Single copy, ... $0.50 Five copies ... 2.00 Eight copies ... 3,00 Invariably in advance. The campaign will enilirr.ee a period of four months. Our friends arc requested to exert theinwlws in procuring subscriptions 3P A. letter from a friend at Nashville, gives a glowing account of the Whig Rati ficRioa meeting in that city. Gustavus A. Hmry made a thrillingly eloquent and effec tive speech. Great enthusiasm prevailed. No danger of the whig cause suffering in Middle Tennesse while such a spirit prevails. jy The Knoxviile Register approves the reposi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 16 July 1852

For the Pott. Mb. Editor : I beg leave to ve yon and your renders some- necoutit.of t'le Excursion to Loudon, on Monday, the 5th inst., mid the very interesting services and ceremonies inci dent to tho laying of the Corner-stone of the new Episcopal Church there. The nffiir was not arrongod until three or four days before, and notieo of the Excursion could only be jfffn tlirotijfh a printed hand-bill; yet this, andfho intrinsic interest of the occasion serv e'd to draw together one of the largest and most respectable congrejrstinns ever seen in East Tennessee. The President of the Road, with his accustomed liberality, promptness and spirit of accommodation, placod at our service nil his extra passenger cars, and a largo number of open stock cars which were fitted up with temporary seats, nnd which, barring some little inconvenience from tho smoke and cinders, proved, on this hot day, quite comfortable. These were all filled to their utmost capacity. We arrived nt London, where wo fo...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 16 July 1852

Montvale Springs, DLOUXT COVXTY, E. TEXX. THIS renowned watering place has been opened the present season by the under signed for t he reception of visitor. The Hotel will be under the immediate superintendence of D. W. Tedford, who will pay every ntton tion that will conduce to the comfort and con venience of Invalid, as well as others, and which we think will give entire satisfaction to all. The particular qualities of these Springs, and the celel.ritv they have attained in re storing to vigor the debilitated, arc too well known by thousands who have tested their efficacy, to require any puffing. Thc'Hotel is shunted at the base of the Chilhowcc mountain, which is upwards of 2000 above the level of the sea. The atmosphere is pure and invigorating, and the scenery around picturesipj anil romantic. Montvale Spring are nine miles from Mary villa, the county town of Blount; sixteen miles from Louisville mi the llolston river, where ..,.,..,.... Jnilv nrriviin from Chuttanoo- . ...... ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 23 July 1852

: ' ( A; ' ill JLjiil " TERMS:, ' TITE POST ispublishcd "every Friday at $2 per year payable in advance, or S3, if pay ment 13 delayed until the .expiration of the year. ' , Advertisements will be charged $1 per Square of 12 lines, or less, for the first inser tion, and 25 cents for each continuance... A liberal deduction made to those who advertise by the year. Persons sending advertisements ' must mark the ' number of times they desire them inserted, or they will continue until for bid and charged accordingly. For announcing tha names of candidates for Office, $3, Cash. ' Jon Vokk, such as Pamphlet, 'Minutes, Cir culars, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, Ac., will be executed in a neat and workmanlike manner, At short notice, and on reasonable terms. AH letters addressed to the Proprietor, post paid, will be-promptly attended to. fersonat a distance sending us the names fc:fr6oWmt wbwnW will lMfciUUJi.-L1lai..vnr .ffiniilrtrtrnr'r a fifth copy gratis. . No communication inserted unless ac...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 23 July 1852

- : - -V i ij i I i i 3 r r ATHENS POST. 8. P. IVINS. EDITOR ASt PROFRlETCflt. f'Z a year, payable tn a&vantsJjT ' $3 at the expiration of the year. . r"J7 A No paper discontinued until -rreirgei the ontion of the PuhH For announcing the names of candidates for Office $3, Va. . Py'' ' FOR PRESIDENT, -tfEN. W1NFIELD SCOTT Or HEW JERSEY. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, - HON. "WILLIAM A. GRAHAM, ' OF NORTH CAROLINA. WHIG ELECTORAL. TICKEtT FOB THE STATE AT LARGE. GUSTAVUS A. HENRY, of Montgomery. V)E THE CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS. V rr'TEi, G. Tatiok, of Carter. . 4. Sam l A. Fitf, olSmnv " 6. Jordan Stokes, of Wilson. 6. Jas. M. Davidson, of Lincoln. 1.t E. R. Osborne, of Giles. 10. Joseph R. Mosbt, of Fayette. Athens, Friday, July 23, 1852. I "POST" FOR THE CAMPAIGN Sinirle copy. - - ' S-5 Fivecopies Eight copies - 2,00 3,00 Invariably in advance. to tax payers. Persons who have not paid their taxes for the year 1852, nil! do well to read the advertisement of the Tax Collector, which will be ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 23 July 1852

Pierce and Kins against the Squatter. It is a well established fact th:it the demo cratic candidates are fully and unequivocally committed ag-iinst internal improvements, and ' th'j development of the resources of the Great West. That they are equally hostile to the poor settler will nppeir, says the Louisvillo Journal, by reference to the Senate Journal of January 14, 1839, when the fol lowing proposition was pending in that body: And be it further enacted, thnt when any of the public land of the United States have .remained unsold for the space of fifteen years after the termination of the public sales, the same may be entered and purch isedby actual stttlers on the following terms:-to wit: If a settler is desirous to purchase for a residence, eighty, or less than eighty acres, he may-enter and purchase the same at fifty cents per acre. Upon this proposition the vote stood ayes ,21, nays 23; Franklin Pierce and Wm. R. King being among the negatives. From Ohio, In diana, Illinois, ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 23 July 1852

Mnotyale ' Springs,? JJL,UUI r CUUJSTY, E. TENN. rPIILS renowned -watering place has been L opened the present season by the under pinned for the reception of visitors. Tbr. U,i will be under the immediate superintendence of D. W. Todford, who will pay every atten- noii mat win convince to the comfort and con venionee of Invalids, as well as others and which we think will give entire satisfaction to all. The particular qualities of these Springs, and the celebrity they have attained in're storing to vigor the debilitated, are too well known by thousands who have tested their efficacy, to require any puffing. The Hotel is situated at the base of the Chilhowee mountain, which is upwards of 2000 above the level of the sea. The atmosphere is.. pure and invigorating, and the Bcenery around pictnrcsqe and romantic. Montvalc Sprinsa are nine miles fromMarv- Ville. flie county town of Blount; sixteen miles from Louisville on the Ilolston river, where steumboti are daily arriving from Chatta...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 30 July 1852

& THE atoms post; f BY SAM. -P. IVINS. ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY,' JULY 30, 1852. ;Y0L. IVHM). 201. J TERMS: THE TOST is published every Friday at t'i per year, payable in advance, or $ 3, if pay mnt u delayed until the expiration of the Jrear. . Advertiskvf.vts will be charged $1 per square of 12 Hues, or levs for the first inser tion, and 25 cents for each continuance. A liberal deduction made to those who advertise by the year. Person sending advertisements trtust mark the" number of times they desire thorn inserted, or they will continue until for bid and charged accordingly. For announcing the ninnea of candidates for office, $3, Cash. Job Won k, such as Pamphlets, Minute's Cir culars, Cards, Clanks, Handbills; tc., will be executed in a neat and woi'kniMilike manner, at shoit notice, and on reasonable terms. . All letters addressed to the Proprietor, post paid, will bo promptly attended to. Person at a distance sending us the names of four solvent subscribers, will be entitled ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 30 July 1852

i 1 4 O ATHENS TOST, S. P. IVIN'3. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS. $2 myear. payable in advance, or fiat the expiration of the year. egf A'o pajxr ditcOHtitiucd vntil arfearaes mrepaid, except at the option of the Pvblhher. .for announcing the names of candidates for vfiee $S, Cash. FOR PRESIDENT, GEN. W1NF1ELD SCOTT, OF NEW JERSEY. TOR VICE PRESIDENT, HON. WILLIAM A. GRAHAM, OF NORTH CAROLINA. WHMl UI.tt-TifH.lt, TICKET. FOB THE STATE AT LARGE. GUSTAVU8 A. HENRY, of Montgomery. WILLIAM T. HASKELL, of Madison. rot TUB CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS. 1. Nathaniel 0. Tatlor, of Carter. 2. Horace Maynard, of Knox. 3. George Drown, of Monroe. 4. Bam'l A. Fitf, of Smith. B. Jordan Stokes, of Wilson. ft. Jas. M. Davidson, of Lincoln. 7. E. R. Osborne, of Giles, tt. It R. Hill, -of Gibson. "10. JosErn It. Mosar, of Fayette. Athens, Friday, Julj 30, IS 52. POST" FOR THE CAMPAIGN. Single copy, . - 80,50 Five c6pies - 2,00 Eight cipies - . 8,00 invatially in advance. PUBLIC SPEAKING. S. A- Smith nnd G...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 30 July 1852

DEMOCRATIC TESTIMONY, Ex-Gov. Cleveland, of Conn., now a distin guished free-soil democratic member of Con gress, who claims 'to have been "regularly nominated by what is known as the old line Democrats" and who asserts that ho "never in his life voted any other ticket in his State than what is termed the regular Democratic ticket," in a speech delivered on the floor of Congress, April 1st, 1853, in the discussion of Jackson's compromise resolution, testifies o follows of Gen. Scott's zeal and efficiency In the advocacy of ALL tho Compromise measures, THE FUGITIVE SLAVE LAW INCLUDED, pending their discussion in the two houses of Congress : "General Scott teas, by Mr. Fillmore, placed temporarily at the head of the War Depart ment, and, in that position, coupled with his military fume, was able to, and did exert a powerful influence in favor of these Compro mise measures. Here, then, is every man hoso namo his been mentioned, or U likely to bo mentioned as a candidate for tho Presi d...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 30 July 1852

Hontvale Springs, BLOUNT COUNTY, E. TENN. fTMIH renowned watering piece has been JL opened tle present season by tlie under Biiriied for the reception of visitors. The Hotel will be under (lie immediate superintendence of D. W. Ted ford, who will pay every atten tion that will conduce to the comfort mid con venience of Invalids us well as others and which we think will give entire satisfaction to all.' The ppHieidar qnnliiios of these Springs, and the cek-ljrity they have attained in re storing to vigor the debilitated, are too well known by thousand who liave tested their ettie.icv. to require any pvlfing: The'llofel is situated nt. the bne of the Ch'lhowee mountain, which i upwards of 2000 above the level of the gen. The atmosphere is pure and invigoi aiing, and the seeuevy around picture-o and romantic. Mont vale Spring arc nine miles from Mary ville. the county town of Blount; sixteen miles from Lo.iisvillo on the llolston river, where stoambots are daily nr.-mng from Chattanoo ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 6 August 1852

ATHENS P(1ST f T - a. :by gam. p. ivins. ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY, AUGUST G, 1852. VOL. IV.-NO. 202. 1 HILj V . v v. TERMS: V r2;-- ' . THE TOST is published every Friday at i- . . 12 per year, payable in advance, or ?3, if par trient is doluyed until the expiration of the . year. cAdveetisivexts will le churned $1 per ' j,V "V'fion, and 25 cents for each continuance. A ' ' liberal deduction made to those who advertise ' , . v by the year. Persons sending advertisements tnust mark the number of times they desire V ..'ft. thaw inserted, or they will continue until for J. Hd and charged accordingly. ..t 5 For announcing the mme or candidates lor ' fjaPRoe, $3, Cash. i-. i ''Job Work, such ns Pamphlet", Minutes, Oir- i .' '1MrWla Rlnnlfft irAiulliillf ite.. will he r- ', . '-"1 ......... , - - -- 1 eonted in a neat and workmanlike manner, t short notice, and on remonnble terms. All letters addressed to the Proprietor, post paid, will be promptly attended to. ' Persons at a dist ance sendin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 6 August 1852

ATHENS POST. & P. IVnfS. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS. $2 a year, payablt in mdvance, or $3 at the expiration of the year. A'o pap-dixjontintui until arremrrjet are paid, except at the option of Ike Pubtither. For announcing the name of candidate for office $3, Cath. FOR PRESIDENT, GEN. WINFIELD SCOTT, OF BEW JEESET. . FOR VICE PRESIDENT, HON. WILLIAM A. GRAHAM, OF WORTH CAROLINA. WHia ELECTORAL TICKET. FOR TT1K STATE AT LARGE. OUSTAVUS A. HENRY, of Monteroroery. "WILLIAM T. HASKELL, of Madison. FOR THE CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS. 1. Nathaniel O. Taylor, of Carter. 2. Horace Matnabp, of Knox. 5. George Brown, of Monroe. 4. Ram'l A. Fite, of Smith. 6. Jordan Stokes, of Wilson. 8. Jas. M. Davidson, of Lincoln. 7. E. R. Osborne, of Giles, 9. M. R. Hill, of Gibson. 10. Joseph R. Mosbt, of Fayette. Athens, Friday, August G, 1852, "POST" FOR THE CAMPAIGN. Single copyw ... - $0,50 Five copies - - 2,00 Eight copies - . -, 3,00 Invariably in advance. tT See Commercinl letter from Augusta. C...

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