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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 2 February 1848

The E8Xl PaV-iis. The North American, an excellent Whig paper, thus speaks of the importance of supporting local papers: When the country press receives adequate encourage ment, it is a sijh that the cause which is advo cated is in a healthy Condition. We nave ever impressed it upon our Yuir friends of the in terior as their firt doty to support their locaf papers: that duty peformeJ, we shall be pleased to place them on our daily or weekly list. Rut we doubt the fidelity of that man to his party principles, who is either remiss or lukewarm in subscribing to the paper of his county advoca ting those ittnciples." W hope our mal readers, who ire not subscribers, will profit bv the hints thrown out u How high was the horse?" asked the coup eel of a witness, "Fourteen ieet." "Yoirmenn hands do vou not?" VVThat di i 1 53 !"' ''Four teen FEET." I did? ".Then by I'll stick to it." Died Li this town on the 31st ult. Mrs El ILY THORN, wife of Gardiner Thorn, ;.Hed ?!. Oodey's X-a&y's Boo...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 2 February 1848

J Roxbourths Toothache pecific THE PROPRIETOR oilers the above named article 'o 'he public (frm 20 years expert e of its effects) as a speedy ami lusting cure tor the toothache and neuralgic pains of the gums and face, and also a preserver ct rhe Teeili. Ii is olely vegiiable and not poisonous. It is put up in four ounce vials at tour shillings per belli lor sale by myself, by Dr. J. PeircMfld my cole gent and by E. Samson, aiiol Ypsilanti. Directions for using rilll each bottle. We. the subscribers, c nil'y iliat we have used Mr. Roxbounh's tooih ache specific and hive proved it to be a sure and lasting enre for ihut distressing malady ; and heartily rcccommend it I all who are thus afflicted. Thomns Morgar., Jo eph H. Peck, Mr. Mar. garet Randolph, Mrs. r-idnev Matthews. Win. A. Brown, Harriet Kaiiouse, Frances A. Child, ai.u I oily Fbiuhilti. YpsilM.ti Dec. 5th 46. SATE OF MICHIGAN js Washtenaw County AT e session of the Probate Court for the county of Washtenaw, held at ihe offi...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 9 February 1848

YPSILANTI SENTINEL. VOL. 4-NO. 42. YPSILANTI SEuNTLNEL. IS PUBLISHED KVF.HV WEDNESDAY AT YPSILANTI, WASHTENAW CO. MICH. BY CHARLES WOODRLTF. TERMS. 1. SO Cash in advance and j-rJt.OO will in variably be charged if payment is delayed three months from the time of subsc ribing. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square (14 lines) one insertion 50 One " two insertions r75 One three " $1,00 three months 2,50 it 6ix 5,00 M one year 8,00 Legal advertisements (per folio) one insertion 0 Subsequent insertions ,25 From the Boston Investigator. The French Revolution, ITS CAUSES AND ITS CONSEQUENCES. (Concluded. There is a passage in the sixteenth book of Lamartine's work, which shows to what condi tion misrule had brougtit a large portion of the French People. lie is speaking of the charac ter of the insurrectionists of the 20th of June, 1792, and says, "The mixture of all faxes, ages, and conditions: the contusion of costumes and rags beside uniforms, old men beside young; even children, some carried...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 9 February 1848

WDOffSl-LKAN AND TIIK WAR. The following letter says the Ci.icinnatti Gazette,) uab written to a gentlemen in this v late, and has heen furnished M fur publication. The opinions of our distinguished men, upon the war and the mean.- nf ending it should be known Judge Mclean occupies a high official position and has been named and lias main friends in the several states for the Presidency, Bis opinions and suggcstii ns will be h'ghiy ap preciated, nd tend to diuct the public atten tion to the ruinous consequences of this war. 1 h I. Adv. Washington, Jan. 7, 143. My Dear Sir To all human appearances the termination of this miserable war with Mexico, is more remote than whrn the first Wow was struck. In my judgment it was un necessarily an 1 unconstitutionally commenceil, by marclumr our army into disputed territory in possession of Mexico. And, 1 think, that Con press, who unpiestionablv have the power, should put an end to the war on just and hon orable principles. After agreeing upon...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 9 February 1848

Thk H im- Journal. We owe an apology to the Public, not less thau to the Publishers of this gem of periodical Literature, for neglecting, to no rice the commencement of a new volume, together with the New Novel, entitled "Passoges in the life of a Refugee of the Revolvtion ; or Cruises of an Old Sailor. As Messrs. Morris & Willis are, how, ever prepared to furnish back Noe. to the commence ment of the Volume, those who wish to subscribe, can, by forwarding their names in. mediately, be sup plied. Dombey & Son furnished, in Extra form, gratis, Price $2,00. Morris & Willis New York. IVI&rricd n tn0 ,own f Canton, by the Rev. Mr. Taylor. Mr. J, M. CHAFFEE, of Ypsi lanti to Miss JANE WATSON, of Canton. Died. 1 11 'his village, on Friday the 4th inst. Mrs MARY W. Fl 11MAN, wife of Chancey Furinan, aged 30, In Dexter, on Saturday, the 5th inst., JOHN C. ELLIS, aged 26. In this village, on Monday the 7th inst., BEN EDICT SATNRLEE, aged 33. At the Hotel of B. B. Davis, in th...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 9 February 1848

1. Koxbourtlis Toothache pe cific f l HE PROPRIETOR offers ilte above named X article o '.he public (from 20 years experi uaee of its effects)' as a speedy and lasting cure for the toothache and neuraigic pains ot tin gums j and lace, and also a preserver cl the Teeth, h is j solely vgitable and not poisonous. It is put P j 10 four ounce vials at four shillings per bottle ; tor wale by myself, by Dr. J. Fairchld my gent and by E. Unit on, allot Ypsilmti. DncciioDb tor using, with each bottle. sole ! IVe. the subscribers, certify that we have usrd M. UoxbounbS toothache specific and have ! proved ii lo be a sure and hinting cure for that dietreaing malady ; and heartily rercommend it j mall who arc ilius afflicted. ! I somas Alorgar.. jo-ej ii ti. I ecu, ;i s. war- ,i giret Kanuolpb, iMrs. M.tnev .tiuilhews. tn. A. Brown. Harriet Kauousc, Frances A. Child, rd lolly rt.ml.iU.. Ypailaati Dec. Sid 4C. SATE OF MICHIGAN 1 Washtenaw County AT a session of ;he Probate Court for the com' ty ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 16 February 1848

YPSILANTl SENTINEL. pfc -. YPSILANTl: WEDNESDAY, FEB. 16, 1848. WHOLE NO. ISO. VOL. 4-NO. 43. YPSILANTl SENTINEL. IS PUBLISHED EVERT WEDNESDAY AT YFSILASTI, WASHTENAW CO. MICH. Bt CHARLES WOODRITF. TERMS. $1.50 Cash in advance and $2,00 will in variably be charged if payment is delayed three months from the time of subscribing. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square (14 lines,) one insertion 50 One " two insertions '75 One " three " Si, 00 " three months 2,50 " " Bix " 5,00 one year 8,00 Legal advertisements (per folio) one fbsertion 50 Subsequent insertions ,25 THE POSTHUMOUS HUNT. "Hurrah, Hurrah, the dead go fast!" Bllxher was very fond of grange, and of hun ting. One day, when his head-quarter? were at St. Cloud, he gave the forest guard notice that he should require twjp boars for his table next dav. The beasts were scarce, and it was a whole' dav's work to rind them ; but the hun ters succeeded, at last, in killiug two, an old and a young one, which were covered well with leaves and...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 16 February 1848

v -- mine to. And ef ecr you catch mc wanting t see Boston agin, jot yon lake nio by the lark and throw tne right into thru ere bilcr, boots and all by grav !" Great Clay Mcciiiigr. The citiaens of Allegheny county, Pa., fa Torable to the nomination of Henry Clay lor President, convened at Pittsburgh, on TtttMsVi evening of last week. VVilliaor J. Howard, Esq.. presided. Complimentary resolution were passed, and the prel'ewnce of the meeting lor the great civilian Henry fey, tor the Pres idency, were expressed. Nuih withstand ng ibis preference, howe or. it was Res-olved. That while we prefer Henry Clay a our standard-bearer in the appioachinr con test, we will cheerfully defer to the decision ol National Convention, and will cordially sup port its nominee . Pittsburg was snggrsti d as a proper place for holding the National Convention. A committee was appointed for the purpose rf procuring a portrait of Mr. Clay, by a native "Pittburgh aitis'. A committee of twenty -five was appoin...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 16 February 1848

NEW MUSIC. PIECES Piano Music, just received at SAMSONS. 500 Godey's Lady's Book AND FAMILY MAGAZINE. The oldest Magazine in the United States, con tains monthly more than sixty pages of reading mat ter, by the first writers of the country .-twelve more than the New York Magazines- Two splendid teel engravings, an undeniable authentic colored monthly Fashon plate, Model Cottages and Church es, Crochet Work, and other matters for the Ladies all illustrated and well explained, &. &c. Price for one year, which includes the Lady's Dollar Newspaper, making three publicat ions in one month. w" Two copies without the Lad 's Dollar News- paper, I Five copies with one to the person sending thte club. 10 00 ',ght "l on S3 Twelve copies, , , A specimen of C ithCrth-'Lady's Duok. or the La dy's Dollar Newspaper sent td any person paying postage oc the request. rnnrv Address. L A. GODLY, No. H3 Chestnut Street, Philadelpha. READ ! REMARK ! ! AND ACT ACCORD, INGLY ! ! ! The Subscriber bei...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 16 February 1848

From l'n- FLg of C.;:r inia... THE, MISERIES OF SFRENADTNG. BY A. R. VVILMOT. Late one evening in June, 1843 a party of y oung man set forth on a serenading excursion. They were three in number one nam ed Harry Winter, seemed to be the leader of the party. For in struments, the trio coufd produce a guitar and tWO fllltOS, enclosed i mi i . in a calico bus. lne moon sliohc brightly from Hie cloudless sky, and shed its silvery light on the sur rounding objects. Not a sound was heard everything seemed to favor their design, and the party were consequently in high spirits. I he house selected as the scene - Ot their first attentions, Was SltUa- ted about half a mile from the cen ter part of the villiage. Thither they repaired in perfect silence and opening the gate of the garden stole cautiously within. Seating themselves upon a rustic bench which stood under the shade of a huge apple tree, they drew forth their instruments. 'Blow your flutes gently my gcd fellows-keep perfect tune; I w...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 1 March 1848

f J YPSILANTI SENTINEL. VOL. 4-NO. 44. YPSILANTI: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1848. WHOLE NO. 200. r YPSILANTI SENTINEL. IS PUBLISHED EVERT WEDNESDAY AT TPSILASTI, WASHTENAW CO. MICH. BT CHARLES WOODRUFF. TERMS. $1.4 Cash in advance and $200 will in variably be charged if payment is delayed three months from the time of subscribing. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square (14 linesj one insertion So '75 One " two insertions One " three 1,00 50 5,00 6,00 " " three months a 6ix tt u one year Legal advertisements (per folio) one insertion Subsequent insertions ,50 ,25 From the Home Journal Passages in the Life of a Refugee of the Revolution; OR, CRUISES OF AN OLD SAILOR. LOGOD FROM THE RKCOLLECrrONSOF A LANDSMAM. CHAPTER I. And cerles, oft the lossels did annoy The auueieut oiau, when at his lere profound: And many enrious stratagems employ, Him to perplex, and all his thoughts confound. While much it did the jocund varlets joy, When by some queer device, or uncouth sound, They caused him start, and ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 1 March 1848

ed The precaution adopted, it is supposed-, prevented an attempt to execute the plant The Brujectonj of the insurrection Were either blind to effects of their plan, or foreseeing them,must have been utterly reckless as to the conscquen cies which would result to their own oouutrv- mru, lur ii i ne aiu m pi nau oeen mauc, there is not an officer in the army, not excepting the Commander-in-Chief himself, who could have res rained the troops from sacking the city During the night, Lieut. Taker of the 5th In-jju diana regiment, commanding a patroie. came in fight of two carts near the Plasade Torro in the south eastern part of the c t", one of which, containing n hundred stand of arms, he cap tured: the otbtr he was unable to come no with before it was placed in concealment. VVheth- er Genefnl Scott has the names of the partiesldemnify us? Iet us inquire first if they enrich who originated the plot, or not, I do not knw:le-J Spain during tho three hundred rears that but it is pretty wel...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 1 March 1848

J For the Detroit Advertiser. to N.O. In the mean time, tbe woman who hadl Bellevce, Ohio, Feb. 17, 1848. I0" " originally guilty in this transaction, was - iir ,r n, Ecaiied upon to pive an account of herself. It Gfo. VV . Wiana, Esq., Dkar Sir:--! heg wag u. had 18Q of Uic friends of many with the 2d Battalion Michigan! . ,mo fj -'.-. , rni ,(,; . sioiint before the greedy purchaser would let go Volunteers, may be interested to learn that un reached this place this atttrnoon after six plea- ant days march from Trenton. I he men have borne themirch remarkably well since we It ft Detroit but one man been left sice, ( private Dorris, Co. H, sent back to Detroit, ) and four deserted. One man (Jacobs formerly of thear myj died on the Steamer delerium tremens. All the rest have come through, performing two marche? of 23 miles each day, in pretty heavy mud without reat apparent .fatigue. The deserters are Nathan.) Cage, Co. I, from Plymouth: Barone, of C. II. from Lenawee Co.; Emory Howe...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 1 March 1848

Lealth Health. THOMSONS Compound 5tyrup of Tar and Wood Naphtha. The only Certain Remedy for the re of CONSUMPTION Asthma, Bronchitis, Spitting blood, Pain in the Vide and breast, sure throat, hoarseness. Pal pitation ol the heart, Whooping-cough, Creep, Hives, Nervous tremours. Liver complaint, Diseased Kidneys, and Affections generally a the throat, breast, and lungs. Of all the diseases meident to our climate, neee ia ao universal and at ihe same time so insiduoas and fatal as Consumption. In this count-v espe cially, pulmonary Consumption is emphatically a crugrgc, and in its resistless career sweeps over the land as a destroying Angol, laying low with relentless Land, the strongest and fairest of m r race, frhene all efforts to arrest this dread di sease have ptoved vain, and ail that seemed with in our power, was at best the alleviation ot suffer ing, rendering smoother the certain passage to the tomb. The proprietor, in offering this prepara tion to the public, wo Id embrace ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 8 March 1848

V PS 1 LA MI SENTINEL. VOL. 4-NO. 45. YPSILANTI: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1848. WHOLE NO. 201 YPSILANTI SENTINEL. 18 PUBLISHED EVERT WEDNESDAY AT YPSILANTI, WASUTENAW CO. MICH. BY CHARLES WQODRUFF. TERMS. $ I .i0 Cash in advance and . will in variably be charged if payment is delayed three months from the time of subscribing. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One SflMte (14 lincs on insertion 50 One lrv insertions '75 One " three $1,00 ' tlircc months 2,50 " " bix " 5.C0 " " one year 8,00 Legal advertisements (per folio) one insertion ,50 Subsequent insertions ,25 SONGOFEARTH'STRAVELLERS- BY H. H. SAIXERSOS. We are pissing away, we are passing away. To a visionless s'.e- p and a couch of clay: Like the light of the stars before the M, We are fading and vanishing one by one ; Like twilight hues of a su miner's day We are p-.issing away, we are passing away. We are passing away from a world of care, Like dowers which bloom on the desert air : Like bubbles which swell on the running stream, Like the sh...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 8 March 1848

.Atial patronage dan jrov.s to Liberty. .pom. the Speetk Mr. DELL in the ate, Feb. 2d. I now propose, Mr. President, to addiess my df to another branch of the subject. fiat will be the effect of subjecting all Mexico, am) holding it in the form of States or as indepen dent provinces upon our system of Gov eminent. 1 our free MMitotkuisI The dttingui bed Senator from South Car olina showed a great de.il of hardihood, or rath Cf that he is a statesman of a by -gone ; ige, when he broached the nbso'e idea of execu tive patronage wnd tiie duty of keeping in just nd reasonable limits, even with our present extent ot tarsi power and dominion. W ho can now speak of the subject of patronage without being thought far in the rear of times? Why. sir, does not the distinguished Senator know that, from the moment when the doctrine cf proscription could be openly avowed, and ibe ruling putty to the exclusive enjoyceut cf the officers and honors of the country was rigorour ly practiced by one grea...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 8 March 1848

4 THE SENTINEL (tI'Ook at the dates of our News this week! IX) not suppose we have made a mistake in da ting them, for such is not the case. The Tele graph, that most important of modern improve ments has brought the extremes of our widely extended Land together, and wc are now truly a united People. Whig Victory! All Hail Detroit! The Whig victory in the City of Detroit, on Monday, was complete k. decisive. Every Ward but two gave a whig majority. The aggregate whig majority is 112 Let lhe country respced to the city at the com lownship elections. By Telegraph! EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE DET' DAILY ADVERTISER. ARRIVAL OF THE BRITANNIA! New York, March 4 3 P. M. The Steamer Britannia arrived at Boston at 8 'dock this morning. She l?ft Liverpool on the Uth Feb. The British Parliament re-assembled, when an animated discussion arose on a motion for a Select Committee to Inquire into the condition and prospects of the Vcst India Islands. The bill repealing the law relative to Jewish disabiliti...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 8 March 1848

t J Health Health. THOMSONS Compound sSyrup of Tar and j Wood Naphtha. The only Certain Remedy for the rre ef CONSUMPTION AiKmi. Rrnnal.itia Sniltimr blood Pai l ill ihe ! side and breast, aore throat, iroarsenese. Pel pitetion ol ihe hear', Wnoopit.g coiiiih, Creep Hires, N-rvmis trernoers. Liver complaint, Diseased Kidneys, and Affection generally the throat, brtast. and lungs. Of all the disease ineident to onr climate. ie ao universal and at the same lime o insiduoe and fatal as Consumption. In this count' espe cially, pulmonary Consumption is emphatically a srrugrgc, and in its resistless career sweeps over ib land aia destroying Angol, laying low whb relentless Land, the strongest and fairest of our raca. nherte all efforts to arrest this dread di sease have pioved vaio, and all that seemed with in our power, was at best the alleviation of suffer ing, rendering smoother the certain passage to tin toinb. The proprietor, in offering tbi preea ra tion to the public, wo'ld embrace...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 8 March 1848

mmmmr Mil) r Hf? n hws w&mtmWt at his eye: aawae. lasarl waswasw witfi ftr, f. aoac demoted that it was tier, was with in twwhdtee of as, stiH a? atchod by the guufs of to take m atoSdmg: team?" "Aye, aye," was werdr mi they west swan esmnM. "A- afi nam, was is royea ase HMHim sills." This er'er was obeyed. "Close reef tttp-anil!" Was the next command. Awl while tbia nw performing, the Captain matter ed to me: "He is afraid of some of bia Majes ty's cokJ iron, and going1 to strike." So tbo't I : and a we still kept on, as the schooner was within strikioe; distance, I observed to Talbot, "That she would soon give ue a bread side." 'I expect it was the replv; "bet there is some thing beyond htm, which I am mate afraid of than bis battery. Do yoa see that white pet ticoat above his mast-bead, in the distance?- At this moment the foresail of the Bosita was availed up; the behn was pat down; ana the rear of bar gees- was beard. 'Very well hove,' sard Talbot, as three oat of four of h...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 22 March 1848

v YPSILANTI SENTINEL. VOL. 4-NO. 47. YPSILANTI: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1848. WHOLE NO. 203. r From the Home Journal. Passage in tlic Life of a Refugee of the Revolution; OR, CRUISES OF AX OLD SAILOR. I.OGGKli.FRO THK RKCOLLKCTIOSS OK A ..AHUStA. CHAPTEI lit 'Depp on hoi side the reeling vessel lieaj Brad up the mizzen! n.uick the master cries. MM the.clue garnets! h't the mMnI ffj ! The Itoist'roussquall still presses horn on high, Ami swift. ;ttil fatal as the light'iiinpr's esurae, Threaajfe Mm torn mainsail bursts with thiiud'riiig force." 'Well," saitl I, '-we are well out of this scrape." "For the present' was the reply: "but there is the B-mita in Morant Bay, and on the return of these fellows, a despatch over land will soon send her after us: and as MP is a clipper, we mav be retahpo. Ml hope is, that she will put right I'kh-'h Bahama channel, and not -think of I south side of Cuba, wti rc 1 think eh id hot ter go, and take ill a cargo of codec, have good iook, we mav load, and...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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