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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 18 February 1843

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. i TiliE Dorset, of and fromn Sydney,-bound « to Adelaide entered our Bay on Tuesday, the wind being directly against her, in mna- uh king for Adelaide. By the favour of a friend, we were indulged with a copy £ of the Australian of late date, from which t1 we gather the following intelligence : ot LEcISLATIVE COUNCIL.-The. Electoral G Districts, and also the Corporate Towns In- ca habitants Bills, have been read a first time, and were ordered to be respectively read the second time on the 7th inst. at NocTItnAr,. VISIT.-Iis Excellency Sir George Gip'ps anid Lady, accompanied by et Mr. Parker, his Private Secretary, visited the Flag Staff, on Wednesdaylast, at half-past w nine o'clockp.m.i where they remained about C half an hour. The Governor inspected the i lamns intended for the light-houseabout to a be erected at Port Phillip, which were lighted k at the time of his visit ; we understand that His Excellency expressed unqualified praise at the manner ...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 18 February 1843

BIRTHS. On Thursday, the wife of Mr. John Wiggins, of the London Inn, Gawler-street, of a daughter. At her residence, in Brisbane-street, Hobart Town, on the 22d ult., the wife of Mr. T. J. Crouch, of a son.

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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PORTLAND GUARDIAN, And Normanby General Advertiser "TO PROTECT OUR RIGHTS—NOT TO INFRINGE UPON THOSE OF OTHERS." SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1843. FOREIGN POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 18 February 1843

IPORTLAND GUARlDIAN, And Normanby General 'Advertiser "TO IROTECT OUR llOH1rs-No'r TO IFIRINGEUI'ON TIIUHOSE OF OTIIEIRS" SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 18.13. FOREIGN POLICY. 'THE .speech of Mr. D'Israeli, in the Com mons, during the last sessions, on the sub ject of the Foreign Policy, of the late British Ministry, will,.we are persuaded, have been carefully noticed by tle intelligent reader of the Parliamentary Rcports contained in some late Englishjourllals. Among other charges which that member of Parliament threw out against the late premier, was one of a cha racter so disreputable to ihe latter, as a statesman, injurious to tile trade of Great Britain, and witlall inflicting a very serious loss in the price of thle staplecof our trade with England, that we think it not out of place to make a few remarks upon the transaction, observing that if tile treaty with France, to which Mr. D'Israeli referred had happily been executed, instead of being only agreed to, the affairs of the whole o...

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COMMERCIAL & MARINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 18 February 1843

COWMDERCTAL & MARINE NEWS. cr We notice in Clmnton Press of the 22nd of Oc tober, that an Arab trader had brought news to cn Batavia that he had found in some place on the ta coast of jiorneo, the Dutch barque Elizabeth, which lel this in November, 1840, bound for 9 China, and which was supposed to have been lost, ais she was never more leard-of. It ap pears from the Arab's account that the captain and-all thecrew are alive, but in astateofilavery. Itis rather singular that no word of this discov cry shourld have reached Singapore direct fron Batavia, seeing we have such late arrivals from c that place. 'file circumstance is not alluded to in any coimmunications that e hlave seen, nei ther is any mention made ofthe expedition which the. Canton Press states that the Dutch Govern Inulllt are fitting out to reecue tile crew of the Elizabeth.-Southern .lultralian We are inttrnted that the Porter from Sydney to alanilla, was lost close to Manilla, but we have not been able to lea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 18 February 1843

LETTER-PRESS PRINTING or EOVRY DESCRIPITION, iNCLUDING PA.? ~lP'itTS, CIRCULLARS, BILL-IIADB, LAW FORMS, IAND-DILLS, CARDS, &C. .&C., Exocuted with neatness and despatch, AT THE §fE]hL PROJTIJE ©7YCDE, GAWLER-STIREET, PUBLISIIINO OFFICE OF TIIE PORTLAND GUARDIAN; AT WOOL. T1IE Undersigned arb purchasers, or will ad . vanec on Wool conegnred th their friends, Messrs. Buckle asid Co., London. HENTY BROTHERS. lulia-street, Portland;' August 18, 1842. J nt sale at the Stores of the Undersigned, FLOUR, first, seconds and thirdl IOats tran, pollard lindowr glass 8 x 10, 10 x 12, 12 a 14 Paint, red, green, white and black Paint oils, turps Sugar moist andt refined fed offee rop, IHawes's aisiss, lMuscatel and Cape urrants, figs, prunes, dates 'reserved fruits, jams ickles, quart and pint; (in' cases) saees, mustard ale, fine and coarse, in casks, bags and baskets rous pots and camp ovens of sizes Iopes :hese, English and Dutch, coluinial butter einegar, whitening. Ireocle e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 18 February 1843

FOR LONbDON I.? HEfinefast-sailingcopper t ? . ed and copper-fastened schooner RICHARD MouNTr, Sbuthen 200 tons, is now Sready to receive wool. U I.or freight or pasange apply to the captain on we board or to qt HENTY BROTHERS, to Julia-street, Jan. 24th, 1813. Agents. Pt To the Independent Electors of the Pro. vince of Port Phillip. -E TLEM11'-!iaving baee requested by emany of the urint inlacittial friends of the olouny to ofeTr myself at a candidate for the hontor of representing vy u in the new Colonial Lgislavetre, I have considered it. my duty not to shrink fromt the important and responsible. task in this great crisis of public affairs. If, during a residence of seven years in Port Phillip, mny principles and business habits have Itarited youar approbation, a deep and heartfelt interest in all that concerns the landl of oure adoption will ensure the most strenuous and anxious exertion on my part to.promote and further the interest of every class of the cottm inuunitv. Tl'he a...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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PORTLAND PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 25 February 1843

PORTLA-hD PRICE CUUt?EIT, WIIOLSALE PRICES. £ L Ale, bottled, Dunbar's brand - - 016 - draught, per barrel, Ashby's - 6 10 0 per hhd. ditto - - 8 10 -------- per barrel, burton - - 7 0 0 Beer, Trueman's stout, per hhd. - " 7 0 6 - Hoare's, - - - - 6 10 0 - bottled, Taylor's, - - 0160 Bacon, per lb., taking the flitch - - 0 1 Beef, Ilambro', per barrel - -6 106 - East India, ditto - -6 0 Bran, per bushel, - - 0 10 Bricks, per thousand, - - 1 0 Butter, perlb, - - 0 J 0 Candles, English, per lb, - - 0 1 - Colonial ditto - 0 0 0 Cheese, English. per lb. - - 0 1 Colonial - - - 0 010 Canvass, per bolt - 2 10 Cigars, duty paid, per 1000, from - 3 0 7 Cotlee, per cwt. . - 5 12 0 Corks, per gross " - 0 0 Deals, per fbot - - 0 07 Flour, firsts, per 1001bs. - - I - seconds, ditto - - I 0 6 Pruit, raisins, per lb. - 0 0 ----currants, ditto - 0 0 Grain, wheat, per bushel - 0 7 - barley, ditto - - 0 7 0 -- oats, ditto . 0 06 Gunpowder, per lb - - 0 I 2 Slains, ditto - - 0 I lHay, best description...

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LINES ON A LADY WHO, IN THE LAST STAGE OF A DECLINE. MADE HER CHILDREN'S MOURNING. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 25 February 1843

LINES ON A LADY WllO, IN THE LAST STAGE OF A DECLINT. MADE 1i£ CIItLDREt'S :MOURNItSNO Feeble her fome, her faded eye Is bent on her employ; What is it her pale fingers ply, Who sits beside her cherub boy? Three chemhrb playing round her knees Oft tun to catch her rmile; She nothing hears-she nothing knows Butplies her work the w.lile. Till an impatient prattler cries "What is't, Manmma, you do?" Then faltering, fondly she replies, "!'n working, Love, for you." Their little bands arebusy then Their dresses to admire; And glad they ask their mother when " They'll wear their nen attire ?" "What soon, Moenma ?" "Oh, soon-Ohl! soon!" The tear is in her eye; They catdh her words-" Oh, soon-Oh! soon,' And laugh e:uhtingly. The weeFing mother now her task. Awhile she must suspend. She goes upon her knees to ark Support unto the end. She bends benealh the chast'r.ing rcd, And pours her soul in prayer, The creatsms is subdued, Olh! God! Subdue the mother there. Calthn she reeumes her moaurnf...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 25 February 1843

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.S PnorAno Pascricrs.-We are always sorry to observe practises in our conuutnity, that cre not easily and at first sight justifiable, and which are not so obviously good as to require delibera tion and considlerabl.e reflection to make their goodness appear. It is, we believe, quite pos sible for occurreches to take place that may seem to be of a questionable nature, and even wholly of a wrong tendency when first noticed,. whichl, upon enquiry into, and explanations being afforded of the causes and ciretunstancea leading thereto, become divested at once of their apparent evil, and display themselves rather in the character of Virtue than of Vice ; and it becomes the wiser part to suspend the judgment when occurrences of this kind take tlasce, until the circumstances become explained which led to their transpiring. Of the class of practices that we particularly alluded to is that of the vio lation of the Sabbalth. Nothing can justify a wilful and habitual breach of ...

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COLONIAL MARKETS, CAREFULLY CORRECTED UP TO THE LATEST DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 25 February 1843

COLONIAL Z.R! E CAREFULLY CORRECTED UP TO THE LAISTCtDL PORT PIIILLIP. Flour, first....l I 0 Bread, 4lbs - Seconds..,.... 1 0 0 Potatoes, cu 0 Ration.......... 0 17 0 Beef, lb.. ,, 0 Wheat, busheL 0 6 6 Mutton ..... I Maize.........0 6 0 Pork . 0 3ran, per 201b. 0 2 0 Veal ....... LAUNCESTON. . Wheat, bushel..0 6 0 Beef, perlb.,,,0 Barley ........0 5 0 Mtton. Oats.......... 4 6 Pork... Flour, firsts..18 0 0 Veal . . 0 Seconds......16 0 0 Butt ...... Thirds........ 14 0 0 Bread, 41b ..., 01 ADELAIDE. Wheat, busshel .0 '8 0 Flour, firsts,..21 01 Bran..........0 1 4 Seconds...... 20 0 Barley...... -. 4 0 Beefperlb..,.0 Oats........0.. 7 0 IMutton ,,....,0 04 Maize ........0 6 0 Pork.,,.......,.0 Potatoes, ton..lO0 0 0 Butter .......0 ? 1 SYDNEY, Fineflourl001bs.£1 0 0' Beef, perlb.....0 01 Seconds ........017 0 Mutton ...... 0 0i Thirds..........015 0 Rum, inbond,,.0 31 Wheat, perbushel 0 6 6 Bratdy....;.?,0 41 Moaize ..........0 4 0 Sugar, per ton 2 0 0 Barley ..........0 3 6 Tea, per...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 25 February 1843

COLONIAL INTELLIGECNE. MELBOURNE. Sloss or Tiln TtIrs.-The numller of summonses from the Court of lRequests for the ensuing sittings, on the 0th Fcblruy next, is bctween 000 nod 1000 i M)u:n.-'-The bhaokshavertduced the rtoe f intereost on deposit reccipts from 7 to 5 per cent., for which they are entitled to the thanks of tie whole comma oily. MaR DENcs..-A report has been circulated that fears were entertained of this gentleman hasvin sus tained injury from an uinfortunate collission with the Ilacks, but we have not been able to trace it to an?y au thentic source, and leanl from enquiries ae have msade on the subject, that lie started last Thursday week from the police station at 'Mount Macedon, accompa nied by two mounted troopers, on a tour to the River Murray, both sides of which lie intended to explore for a consideralle distance and from thence proceed in the direction of Twofold Bay, owhere it was arranged he would meet ?Mr. Powlett, who left town on Friday for Geelong to jo...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 25 February 1843

tIiE PORTLAND GUARDIAN AND NORIMANBY GOErnRAo ADVErTISERn is published every Sa turday morning, and itmmediatell forwarded to every part of the province; and by the earliest opportnity to the following places :-Sydney, Hobart Tobn, Port Phillip, Launceston, South Australia, Swanl River, New Zealand, and Cape of Good Hope; and to the Mauritius, England, Ireland, and Scotland; the United Staoles of America, Francec, India, 4c. 2'ermo of Subscription are, credit 10s: per quarter, cash 8s.; the quarters ending 31st of March, 30th June, 30th September, and 31stDec., in each year respectively; to some one of which periods all resignations must previously refer. ?aV resignation will beacceptedwithout poayment of the curre{3t quarter and all arrears. Per sons becoming subscribers after the commence ment of any quarter, will in that case only he charged from the period they commenced sub scribing. Each - advertisement will be charged c? the rate of 3s. for the first six lines, and 3d. for ev...

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PORTLAND GUARDIAN, And Normanby General Advertiser "TO PROTECT OUR RIGHTS—NOT TO INTRINCE UPON THOSE OF OTHERS." SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1843. LORD STANLEY'S DESPATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 25 February 1843

IOltTLAINDI GUUAILDIAN, And Normanby General Advertiser "TO I'ROTFCT U011 IRIGIITS-NOT TO ITINIISGILUPON '1,T1OSC OF OTII1:It S. SA'TUIDAY, FEBRIIUAllY23, 18.13. LORD STANLEY'S DESPATCIH. Tot: despatch of Lord Stanley to Sir George Gipps, recently read in 'the Legislative Council, and which we give inl full in our back page of this number, is a commentary on the Act of Parliament which gives the New Constitution to the Colony, and is in telided as a directory to IIis' Excellency, to guide him in bringing the Act into opera tion, as well as to facilitate his comprehending its principal provisions, and to acquaint thle Governor with the reasons and motives of the ministry in introducing the chief enact ments that the law contains. We admire the'spirit and temper in which tihe despatch is written. It evinces the deep concern of his Lordship for the success of tIle important measure, explanatory of which the document was written. The Co lonial minister knew the vast change that the new ...

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THE PATRIOT AND PORTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 25 February 1843

'THEI PATRIOT AND PORTLANID IT will have been observed by most per., in the district who have taken an intere?t a the present electioncering movements, tt, a dimculty had occurred in bringng itin operation the New Constitution, so far the division of the elcctoral 'districts is?c: ccrned, connected with Port Phillip; al the question whether it would be lafoulta divide the Province into a iumber ofco°I nient electoral districts, or to make it o! one, has been some time mooted, and so far as we are informed, remainsml cided. We confess when the question came O before us, we felt a considerable degree disappoisntment at the prospect of the afi, of our district being confounded and ""5t5 up with those of others, from whelich wOe hope; in the common. rcpresentatlioI ba little justice. Thc, proslpect of obtalninef actual resident of the district, as our reprc sentative, having since then" been overcast, we have felt less of that reluctance which we before experienced with other prospects;...

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"TO BE OR NOT TO BE? AYE; THAT'S THE QUESTION." [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 25 February 1843

"TO BE OR NOT TO BE? AYE; THAT'S THE QUESTION." I-How often have we, in conmnon with our con temporary, heard the momentousqnestionasked, "Who's to he our representative? " And when we sought hishiding-place, vociferating "where ?" as oft did mimnic echo answer, wherel but now the spell is broken, and the mystic charm no more bewilders; after the demonstration of yes terday, we are constrained to say, that the elec tors of Portland have most summarily and wisely decided the matter. Doctor Nicholson is the candidate on whom their hopes repose, in all the fidness of unfettered confidence. It is perhaps next to an inmpossibility. to select one fromt a number, or to prefer one to others of a given set of worthyond inestimable men, with out discovering, directly or by implication, an occult idea of conparative unwortliimess in those rejected; in the present instance, however, such feeling, in its most mitigated and suiordinate form, can scarcely be said to have an existence. For if moral...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 25 February 1843

COLONXAL INTELLIGENC3. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. The Legislative Council met on Tuesday last, "-Janury 27. when all the members were present except the Chief Justice and Sir John Jamison. The GovR3cton read a short minute, stating that the Act of Parliament for the government of New South Wales having directed that all effect shouldbe made by the council, he had thought it right to su:n men them as early as possible. He had recCived the act on the slt, and proclaimed it on the 5th of present month. The minute then detailed themeas neres which the council were met to consider, accor ding to the second clause of the act, and went on to say that a bill for this purpose had been prepared, anod would be laid before th:Oem immediately ; that no -other measure of any importance would be brought under their considera.ion ; and that, in pautitlgit,the S'acouncil would bring their own political function; to a close ; but that nevertheless the members would not rejoice the less that thie colony was...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 25 February 1843

LETTER-PRESS PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, INCLUDING PAMIPIILETS, CIRCULARS, nILL-IIADS, LAW VORMS, ItAND-oILLS, CARDS, &C. &C., zExecuted with neatness and despatch, AT TLHE a2EItR AL PREl3VlS'IWB @PF]CE, GAWVLER-STREET, PUBLISHINO OFFICE OF-TlHE PORTLAND GUARDIAN, AT WVOOL. THE Undersigned are purchasers, or will ad . vance on Wool consigned to their friends, Mesrs. Buckle and Co., London. IIENTY BROTHERS. Jolia.street, Portland, August 18, 1812.' Onsale at the Stores of the Undersigned, LOUR; first, seconds and thirds " Oats . hDn, pollard lloow glass 8 x 10, 10 x 12, 12 x 1' Pnt, red, green, white and black Pat oils, turps r moist and refined p, HIawes's Rsins, Muscatel and Cape oants, figs, prunes, dates ?erved fruits, jams ts, quart and pint, (in cases) sores, mustard t, fue and coarse, in casks; bags and baskets . tupots and camp ovens of sizes Nase, English and Dutch, colonial butter mgar, whitening. Trestcle ' eaOter, sole, kip, kangaroo and dressed sheep s...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 25 February 1843

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. Feb. IS-The schooner SALLY ANN, Saunders, from Port Phillip. Passeogers-Messrs. Blrodie antd Little, 'ami ten in the steerage. SAIL, ED). Feb. 22-The barqueSoclcATes, Grant, for Laun ccstool. Feb. 22-The schooner MixNEnc , for Launceston. Feb.,2L2-T'he schooner EsscINTOs~ , for Iobart Town. Passengers- Messrs. Lickert and Watson. Ichl. 2.--The'li schooner SALLY AxN, Saundlers, G. Bell and wife, John BIury, R. Deempsey, wife anwltw, children, J.H lliilton, 11. Wall, E.Short, A. lurray, W. Nitcl:cll. IMP'ORTS. Feb. 18 th-The schooncr, SAI.t.Y As, froni Mel boIurne :3 kegs tobacco, 2boxes soap,llcnty Brothers ; cask hardware, 2 cases oil, .I kegs paint, barrel sugar, hale woolpacks, 2 bags cotlee. 5 cases gin, parcel cor dage, puncheon ironmongery, 2 cases mustard, pack age sublimate, cask salamonica, case stationary, pack age carvas, bag sllndrics, crate earthlenware, I tierce quarter cask, 4 eases, cask, 2 boxes sundries, roll lead, 25 bundles laths, a...

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PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 25 February 1843

PUBLIC M[EETING. A atcETIrn of the electors and other inhabitants of Portland was held on Thursday last, pursuant to pre vious notice, at Mr. Cronin's Assembly Rooams, for the purpose of securing the services of one or more efficient representatives in the Colonial Legislature under the New Constitution, JAutES BLAin, Esq., P. 1M. in the Chair. The CuIIAIIStA briefly but clearly directed the at tention of the Meeting to the objects for which they had met, and trusted that the respective speakers would treat the matter with that cahnl discussio so essen tial to its beneficial termination. Mr. T. H. Osnonss was requested to act as Score tary, to which that gentleman kindly consented. Mtir. G. CoAItInto, without conmment, proposed the first resolution. Sir. OssonsE in seconding the resolution just moved by his friend, said lihe felt much pleasure, inas much as it was of vast imnportance to the District the they should secure the return of one or more memn bers of the New Legislative Co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 25 February 1843

FO LONDON T HE fine fast-sailingcopper ed and copper-fastened schlooner RcHaRD lMoousr, butthen 200 tons, is now ready to reeeive wool. I r freight or passage apply to the captain on a 'board or to "HENTY BROTHERS, Julia-street, Jan. 24th, 1S13. Agents. To the Independent Electors of the Pro vince of Port Phillip. G ENTLEMEN-Having been requested by Srany of the most influential friends of the colony to offer myself' as a candidate for the honor of representing you in the new Colonial Legislature, I have considered it my duty not to shrink from the important and- responsible task in this great crisis of public affairs. If, duriog-a residence of seven years in Port Phillip, smy principles and bhusiness habits have merited your approbation, a deep and heartfelt interest ita -ell that concerns the land of our adoption will ensure the most strenuous and anxious exertionl on my part -to promote and further the interest of every class vf 'the com munity. -Thiere are many matters-of public...

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