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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 16 September 1842

WHITE LE/J3.—- The snliscrilersarl! WJ lo furnish painters, Dnd others vvlio <J chase po>e White Lead made of the b«i *n"le J rallied equal, if not superior to any offem) 1 ' AH Older* addressed to Dunlnp S; Hugliw/artJ &¦ Co , No.nOSucond street, ritt'l'iirs h.w11 ' ! altendedlo. DUSLAP ^11 sept 10 J

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

¦WBaa »maaaaaBaatJBaat« *MmW^i^^^^^^^^aamammmai ~iV~^'^ ^r **!' * '1 ¦¦¦^nWJma^Bsaii' ' THE JJJf BKAatT POtrr. "" _ .- "¦ +*Vmttnt*at. Umb Wwilter 10 tbe fiaoaa S»m. ' j& is by profession v> BcemV toJUc ^nndw. and cao do more look kiacllv at tw^ahma. than the Sheriffs Officer, for wby ^lik Profit begin, with »„ aireat for ihe £M* of Nature. As the Bailiff IpoMLoa p jBjmW ing ^ Man eo doth be, and with |be. aaajj Hope, namely, to take the body. Hence hath be little Sympathy fbr Jbi» Kind, small wry for the Poor, and lent ot *' all for the Widow and tbe Orphan. -*Tf3> he regards, PUnter like, bat as ao am Blacks on bk Estate. If he bate aay ces* niortity of feeling, as h b with tbe Sextaa, who has likewise a Per Censag* oa tao Bills of Mortality, and nerer seas * Picture of Health but be Jongs ta ragrar* iu Both bare tbe name quick esrfet echareh yard coogb. aod botb tbe mme Retkb fat the same Music, to wit. tbe Toll of Ssiot Sepolcbre. Moreover, both, ga n...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

| | DR. E.MEHRrTT,DKA'Vl»i,O#«ia Smiti. JUU, hctmtai&uni aid Tkiri Sis.,. *"* '* PrrTsaracB. LANK PETltlOjrS, 3fOTICES » 4<V-1okt need i« Bankraptflr proceediagx, printed oo •ood paper jnd ia fie forms approved by lbeCo«rl,f»r sale at tlie Office of Ihe Mercury aad Democrat. aep 10 WM. HXT3BARD, ' Lidies1 feshronabtc boot and shoe Haonr»ctorer.«to.4dl, ThirdsTeet,Between : Wood and SmftbfieM streets. PiusSwr-h sep 10 l\j BCCKMASTEir * AT*!fET AT LAW, j l\ . has removal his •««« » the corner of Foorth 'si reel and Cherry AHey, between Slnilbfield and GraM streets. Pitu*oreh. JtplO - |-»OR REJfT. Thedwellin? and lot coblainin; 4 F acres, ia Allegheny, near Ihe Beaver «oad,l»lely iocconiedLr Mr Samnel Chorch. Apply al Ihe Merchants S .BdManofactorers' Bank, to W. B. DENNY. | sep 10 Cashier. fS^ rkATIDSAl«I>S,WATCHdkCLOCK (E?^ " MAKER, No- 93, Market Oreel, Piu»- rt&.jl borgn. between Fifth and Libert? streets, DEJILERlJf frjTCHBS. CLOCKS.BBBASTPIJrS FIX-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

laWBJaafc PUtmtmrgk mU BeMMer. fi tj ^ ' £^S9BS CTJBVBBAJTOr4 - aaflTT ^5^w^^TTfa " T V BKMfBILL, -Mmsttr. HAS ccnawaeed arr fegalar trin«r lad sill raa daily (Mondays excelled.) Learns Bearer al« C clock A. 9., leaves Pinsbar-h at 3 o'clock P. at. coonects al Bearer with the ; Pemuvhonia and Ohio line of Freight and Packet Caail boats between 3ca»er,aod Cleveland Ohio, and GteenviUe, Penas^rrania. -tea*e» Beaver daily at 6 o'clock P. H. This tioe connects with iwod.fly lines o« tbe PearsyrvajiU eaaal toPhflaaeJ. phia, and w:tfa me \ew Tork aad Ohio line on the Erie eaeal, and Sew York a ad Ohio line and Ohio caaaLal. so with fte.:m frt^ht and passage! boats, brigs aad schooners,on Ibe Lakes. The proprietors of IhiSffeU known line writ be prepared oa the opening of narica lion to iraatport aserehanJixe to aay of the iBIerajedl jte ports oa the PeMaylraaia and Ohio, aad Ohiocanals;Uiaay port on take Erie, and the Upper LalBCto an< from Slew York City aad-PbiladeT|>hU....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

CANNON. SBOT AND SBELLS Bcuirw Oaai-««" a» BiB»oe«iMT, 3d1 StpttMiir , IBtf. Scaled FropOKils will he reoeired at ihisBorean MIIIS o'clock. P. M^of (m ISih October nea . for Ctralsaiac •M dtlwtriae.iB ibe pteponloa*, a«d at theabceakoja jk dntgnated, Ibe nitetriae namVer and drscripthm for «3a«Ma. 9bat aa« SheH..fttr iheKavalf Service of the ¦jiited Siate*, vie Tbiny eigln inch Paixhaa gan. oT ab«rtS3cwUeach. Snrenty Ulrty twopoa««erf«a» 41 an.amJrap»araa,(se pmcias wie'ght of each t» he determined hereafter. Five bandred e%ht Jacih sheTs Three hondred etgtt taeb «olid sbo< ard Pevm thownad thirty-two ponndrr not. Htli^crM* m* frllm: 10eight in. Palxftan (ana . "» DeJtveraUe. at 200 e«hi in. shells , n*ek<|u < s BarlOOeilhlin. solid shot jbor. K- T^ oa 30 thirty two pounder gaav (or before the Z500 thirty two poaaaef shot 115lh May next 10 eight in. Paiihaa >ans " \BeHreraHe al ISeeighttn. shells j Baftlo S. T., VKf eighth, solid shot {-on or be/are K...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

jjgf AHBPS °CA3HamjS PltLtS.—ABBA-¦M BAMJ. CLEMEK, mb, al 66 Uousireei. ¦»I«*i ra ¦flUori willi OfT^etMte ia its most *&nmei form. Tte aymaioms werevieleat headache, «reat aehfltty. fever, eodlveness. eoagB. heart! wire. aa»a> fa tW chest art stoaneb always after ealiag <mBaIrei apttelae, aeration or siaklag a< ibeaMMiaeli. iwvedioacae. M«n.*hli freqqeat «o«hte^\l&at«a> <M*nb algal nd lesileae*. Tbe*e*«l contnaea ««- ** iof a twftvenonib, wten. « eanraUiae Dr.Wa. Evans. lOOCHaltam street, and rabmtttiBs, la ' bit ever «crsrf<rt •nd.afrerable mode of ireaitoeu. tbe patlea: lias completely restored to health ia the snort space of oae month, >nd sratefal for lUe incalculable tenrrjt deriv. «d. xladl j eame forward and volaoteerea'. Uie aboveowe ¦ -. For sale. Wholesale anf Befall by - ' K. E. SELLERS, Ageo!. •eplO No_20, Wood street. *etow Second. 4 SMGJfMJJAY.—William Moody, of ibe «ty of JSk. ritQbar'k.inerehaal.harii...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

jLIC OFFICES, &C. Omct. Thin) bei ween Market and Wood M. Kiddie. Poaniasier. lorsa. Water.4ih door from Wood si. Peier-,*_Ma}or John Witlock.Collector. Uscet. Wood between Fir^ aod Second EsA.Bartram. Treasurer. ¦uuckt. Ti.ird Btreei. on' door .10 the Beri^n Charch—S. R. Johnston. Treasarer. K,r>. Fourth, Klween "srket «nd Wood ^kder Bar. Maror. Eicum. Fonrth. near Marker si. BA.VKS B. heKreen Market and Wood streets, on Earth nr**l «. , fc-i»d MiJtncTcttis' »nrmm D«- Kformerly SaTin; Fond.) Foorlb, between Erkei meets. |Fi ft h slree'. oear Wood. t BOTCL*. LiiHorsi. Wsier.reet. rear the Bridge. M)ot-el. corner of Penn and *• Clair. L Horru curner of Third and Wood . lUoTrt.. corner ot Tliird and Soiilhdeld. LTi<. rorrer of ren.i=lreel and Canal. Eon. Liheity rtre*'. near Seventh. tssio* Horn, l.iirriy ?i opjwsiK Warne. E M,]>ioi Horst. Penn Si opnonle Canal. fc^wooijs, ~ vrroRSey and ¦sELLOR AT L.VVf.-«« rroio Ki> otfires or. G'»M s .neail...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

I PUBLISHED BV IHILLIPS * * «¦ SMITH - ¦isr.-vs.-. bo,. j Knrf and Manufacturer j Batc-tCI V a' I*" Baln * «*«'on » <Sjo!ll<: j K TK-0 O <LI,*n. » » «¦«¦'• '« '»¦ p^e^5j^srs __ j W^nTot Advertising, j Cue or twelve uses ok less j L 0-50 < One momb, $c.00 j i^ 0.75 T wo moms, 6.00 ons, 1 .00 Three njonlhs. " •<*> j \JHi I Four mon'hss 84HI 3.(KI ?iJ months, )QJX j 4.00 I One year, 154)0 i EARLY ADVEBTISEMEST3. cms*""!-* it Piti«r«t ._ i 7V« S«Mre». jjSJBO I ?>» months, flSM} 2SJX) } One year. 35.00 ,dTerii»m«!U ¦" nrororiTon. four lines Six I**"" 3 ^e3T -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

rpAiMr wmim0F ] Tt*, IIUU1H ¦fWM. B. MlTK(BDlTO>l<a]>P«0PRICTORS PITTSBtlRGtf. SATURDAY. SEPT. 17. T842 see Plrtt Pa^e. The Opposition Ticket. It has ' frequently devolved upon us to direct the public eye to the inconsistencies and tergiversations of the two faciions ' which compose th« federal p arty of Allegheny county. A. heterogeneous admixture, a mass of ingredients without one single principle! of (inhesion but the love of office, their course has presented h most amusing spectacle, atid one too, well calculated to awaken regret that men could be gnilty of conduct so inraensely contemptible. One year the GazetiB^jfsyiounced Thos. Williams as " a vile spaniel," and applied to him many other epithets equally vile, and the next it was supporting him for an officeof trust and dignity. One year the same, paper p ronounced Geo. Darsie a paragon of: •'ignoian.ee and impudence," and the next electioneered for him with unmitigated zeal. But these things are w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

. For thi Morning Pott. JC" iTIOKi|Oi¥IS]Tl! *E* Messrs. Editors.—In lonking over your columns of the 15th inst. I found the fo lowing words: '¦We should like to know what Elder Pago lias to say for Joe Smith iioto. " It is well known that there are more Joe Smiths than one, and probably there are more Elder Pag«s than one. I suppose Jiowever that (he Smiihroferred to is Mr Jnseph Smith, Jr. the Prophet o f the Latter Day Saints, called Mormons; and 'he Page referred to, my humble self. If I am mis taken, please excuse me. Respected Sirs: I haste lo let yoo know what I have to say for Mr. Smith. 1st. I bave been acquainted ivilh hin, politically and religiously, f or,much of the lime of peven years. As a politician I know him to be a sound democrat, according to th<; true spirit and prjicy of our illurtrioui revolutionary fithers of 1776;— " which was this, as I view it; "TIm greatest nount of liberty to the greatest number of persons." 2. As a religions man, I have eve...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

|C7* The Gazette seems very anxious to get up a controversy in relation to Mr. N. B. Craig, and has&een nibbling for two or three days past at our notice of Mr. C's. extraordinary " card," rn which be so impudently denounces the Whigs, but says not one word about declining to expect the support of the men whom he so grossly insults and with whom he has violated a compact solemnly made by his party. The Gazette's reasoning has not convinced us that Mr. C's. card was produced from any other feeling than that of low party cunning. We believe, as ^ we have already said, that had he supposed there was the slightest chance of being elected, he would not have denounced the compromise, or at least not until after the election. Bat, after thinking over it about as long as he did over the political character of his subscribers when he was deliberating on the propriety of leaving the whigs for the antimasons, he felt assured that his case was hopeless, and he then resolved to trick t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

MOUNT ST. MARY'S COLLEGE. »«.•! , knrgh, Maryland.—Pimaiei! i« I lie mot pa ' rldfFrederick county, Maryland, MoiimS Collegeta for withdrawn from Ihe (iifirnciiomi dangers of a cily. Its Incu'tan is unrivalled i health, beamy, and appropilateness. This*_ College was incorporated and empastn fer degrees and other literary honors bijthek of JUarytand,fH the month of February 1830. Its course ofslurlies js comprehensive, emfr the arts, sciences, and lan^»; oc? nsmUy laa; ** established and iveJI conducied CqIId^c^. Iis Lihrnry is select and «xtensls!et Us Erf affords access lo the beat literary awjpc<«»iifepf It has an excellent Philosophical A;,^.vjitt Latioralory, ij-c, Sf C; The cln«?es of Fienchi.Spinij/i. Ternwn. t» keeping are fceptefther Ihref. orfaui Umea a «j lectures ,, pnUhttprHiwi nior.il P.-iliKopM foBr limeso we<Mc; ihe lectures on Clicroisiiy arf Phiiowphy, three limes a wetkftlmic on Hifl Mineralogy, and Geology tivico a weeU; amlall <\ Classes ar...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

03-Z,oto Enough.— Tho St. Johns (N. B.) NesB«i says, tbat "tenements %ithi^the laBt few weeks have actually been offered f6f nothing. " How to get a ride.—In Philadelphia, Joafers who want a ride get into the carriages of funerals going to Laurel Hill. ¦ , .. • < Alabam i, in the Muscog^gpndian tongue, sjgr. . . nifiea ' here we rest.' + ^ ? (ETA gentleman who visited Sing Sing prison ¦ Bays; "! was pained with the spectacle of an tx--member of Congress (fion.C. F. Mitchell) dresseu in the prison garb, scrubbing the . doors of the cells. " Wba ' t a transition! From the floor of aa American Congress to scrubbing the cells of a prison, r '•.;. , .-," ¦ " ' . OS^Rev. J. N. Maffit is get'ing up revivals in B altimoiOi • ¦ '"¦¦: fc$-N. If. Bannister is preparing lo open tbe Cincinnati Theatre. ¦ , KFThe Mayor of Providence has refused *he ^uffragets the use of the Town House for their meetings. (fcJ-A Prophet in Maryland, predicts that next winter willbe\& most severe o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

"* Fro-n Wo Spirit of the Times. THE ' HJDIGNATrON PROCESSION IN NEW YORK. T^is . grand affair came off rm'M'indqy in beauti&f 3tyii—they do these tDings capilalfy in New York. We W«r-e about to condense an account of whaVlook -piaee from the New York papers, but fin4tn t*e fTeuidra brief picture of the enlivening ^ econo, which, suits us exactly, and so we transfar it to our columns. Oa Monday (lie Ilera'd rather disparaged the attempt,-and thought that the Whoib f recession would result iu a farce. Yeslerday ' s HeWlld corrects this Vmpretision. It says.: " Siipce-it tqsaJMfcit we were agreeably disappointed* It was one of toe most interesting sights w«.£VerT witnessed in this or any other city-There were ul least 4000 persons in the procession which at ono time was two- miles long. All was orderly, quiet, respectable and dignified,'and all passjji flff 4a Vw most harmonious wanner. •She jirow^Uof spectator* was -so great-r-over 10,068^ytiut the procession could not form...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

_ ; . Paper.JMouey. ' A'.Western adventurer tells the following as hisiSSi.oerierice tfitfi paper money: ' lloi(/your hoi3cs, ami if yon want t<, ricar the greatest. shjijKUig-story that you ever r"irl hcur, just keep oprit; r I never . uavc, in nil my life, liad much moody al any one time on hand; but a shjrt lime before ihe suspen?inn of specie payments by ihe MinerJ» bank <if Dubuqno, I had two hundred dollars of her b'llp, and wiien I hoard ihe news ot'Uer Ciilttre, I thought she would rise again, so I helJ oil 11 .the money. After a few weeks I satfit was going Id ruin, and I determined to " get rid 6t it; so I t*>fc it (o a3rukera and exc'ianged it fur-Gatro, al 30 per eeiWdtscount. This I louk-C<1 no as Plying pretty dear for a shivp; but the next thing,1 heard was, U'at tiiu Cairo bank had blown up—and .off I go<a to a broker instanter, and off coine3 twenty-five per cent, more, and then 1 Katf.lho product o * ray speculations in the Stal...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

Vermont Election. :*5The Star that never seta " us the wbigs have it, i« dancing about in a most erratic manner, and if it does not become mor? steady in its course, it will soon be lost from the Federal galaxy. 3adging from the returns received, we suppose Paine is elected by about ono thousand majority. In consequence of a large portion of the abolitionists deserting their party and voting for Paine, the federal candiJate will have 1963 more votes than last year. Tho increase in tho democratic vote already ascertaiued, is 1400, bnt it will Le several him * dreds over this, as the exact vole in a number of j counties could not be correctly ascertained on ac* count of fheir having only returned majorities.—. The returns ' thus far shows that the • federalists have lost bince 1840, about 14000. , • Itt 182 towns, 78 democrats, 96 whigs and, on* abolitionist bave been elected, and in 7 towns there is no choice. This is a nett gain oFTen democratic representatives. In 1840 the whigs ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

- ZKarfre—MeMSTafirfS^I Mem to be going ahead ia fiue gtsl have very good houses considei j of the times. E. S. C onnor Jn/l Sefton are now pJaying an en ^ J " Messrs. EditoM:-I?C^>1 14th ins,. I observe a & our P.tisburgh Mechanics, iJ^J Cannon. Yon might hare *JI comparison by adding that .ti spectinnatoneofthe Caonon foJ • nolher state, twenty-five - p« * J gun9 burst in prr>Wn? ,an,l the e 'l sequentlyvyererejecte.l jat ^ eight per ^ cent. ol m (ne 'Jl for mspechotv were rejected. 1 ^ Ifcj-Hereis another fact i0 b» J tbemytiad which can be aJj ocej 1 ofUiemequalled Bkillof ihe ' our smoV City. Of coaMe lhJ mentstotHiose care the armamm l coiMitry is confined, «,j|, nnlf J record of the relative mCrii.of „ " coptrafitors . whom . thcv e mp!or I attend to the matter as d) ey ,^ lot^he work to lhose wh() ^^ 1 evmCa !l^n - sh "( . a"''sh ell caJ country wnuld he m^e \n ,|lU d( I the way, we wouU ^m trfw ¦ J vitalion n{ proposals fot ^10SB J published in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

-* fefce Van JB#i«aB*» fcawT Prisoners. The Madtsonian, of Satttrdsy, contains a «horl correspondence tbat passed between Mr. "Webster and LorJ Ashhurton. in rela tion to the American prisoners at Van Dtemgrfo ^ laoiL TJie former transmitted to hisXordsfiips a copy of the letter he recei «d fr,om Mefcsra. Coshing. Wood and FerriBKjaDdhJB answeHherelo,- and requests his Xordslijp ' to bring fhe subject to the consideration of her Majesty's government. Lorj^Ashbutton, in bis reply, says:—*I shall cohmanicaie these papers to my government immediately, on my arrival; and although it does not become me to anticipate 1>j^bny"opinion of my own then: decision «ipbn Ihem, I need hardly assure you that the wish expressed by your Government, an3%e respectable members of Congress, whpse letter you send mp, will not fail to receive doe attention. I shall carefully pr^Ss the consideration of the several cir curiistsnees of miliga'ion mentioned in these papers, and you may bo assured that...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

OHIO. We are informed by # gentleman on whose knowledge of the matter reliance can be placed, that the principal object the ( whig members had in view, in breaking up the Legislature, was to f<fr& ihe <4l<ib* erty men" to abandon their, organization and transfer their strength to Corwin, The proposition was made to a leading abolitionist by Jas. Wilson, of Stetibe#*ille, but it was rejected, and at a public oieeting.helj] a few days sitbatequent . the plot as disclosed by Wifsbn,*%as made public by the person to whom he made the proposition.— The disclosure has carried dismay into the ranks of the Corwin men, and placed them in a most forlorn position. They have now not the slighest hope-of making even a deceit struggle; they await their doom with fear and trembling, feeling assured that at the polls, the people will testify their honest abhorrence for the policy pursued by the,federal members of the Legislature.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 17 September 1842

How spun Will "the Penitentiary Claim 1 'i(<! own '" The Philadelphia Ledger particularises a c*s<rof.a mother and three daughters in thai-caty, who, before the faihire ofthe United Stetes Bunk, were worth $30,000. The^wijole of this sum was invested in the iastitution named, and from the whole of mimfa they could noi now probahly reaJize ovirirbne hundred or two hundred "dollars. ThtimreaTing apparel and every thing else that BottM fee cwnveMed into means for proewftg no'ttrlshrrtent, have sinzp gone, artide by artiete, iifltil dresses wf re not left fit for thaw ttwi wfie ortwo of their number 10 make thema^ves public r \n^-ami for the last six weeks the§ declare that not an article of food 4f any kind except potato et Jiadpasted the lips of' vne of them! Tn ihe meutt ititae, where is Nicholas Biddle And the'terde of pfnnderers wi-o have wasted the subBtsirce of this widow and these, orphans? Hoi^e long wili it bo before justice is metetl (fat to these public plund...

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