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Gipps Land Guardian, Friday, 30th May, 1856. RESPONSIBLE GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 30 May 1856

<2Mjpps 2Lfintr <@uartfiatt, Friday, 30th May, 18-56. RESPONSIBLE GOVERNMENT. According to the theory of some politici ans we now acutaUy have a responsible government; and in the opinion of others responsible government is not yet.inaugu-. rated. Both parties are right. There is at the present moment a responsible govern ment, but there is no body in existence to which'it is responsible. This may be con sidered a palpable bull, and such it really is■, but it is at the same time a plain fact. The Ministry was changed from being- the advisers of the Governor, and responsible to him alone, into a Government responsi ble-to the. people,' before the people had an opportunity or choosing a tribunal to which the- Government could render allegiance. -The Government will only become respon sible, in fact, when the new Parliament first me^ts, and not till then. That will be the initiation of real responsibility, and tlien, for the first +ime, will the people, through" t...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 30 May 1856

; Collector's Observations or Objections. Christian and Surname. •Mason,'.-Leonard McDougall, Peter, Mallaby . ' Mackne, S. . Mucklc Macl'arlane McDougall, D. MoArthur McLeod, Norman - . , Mav, Robert Mc'Cade, Peter ^ McLean, Charles McLauchlan, Philip . Mitchell, Frederick. Mathews, George •;■■■■■■ < Maynard Tliomas Macfarlnne, Malcolm Macfarlane, Walter, -v McPhail, John. McLaren, Colin , , McKnight, George . McGrae, Alexander. * Macfarlane; James Marlay, Henry B.. C. Morris, William Marcott, James McKinnon^; William' . Mort, Thomas Menveilles, John Morrow, William Meredith, Lewellyn • Macarfcy, John MeArtliur, Andrew Mcintosh, Archibald'. McColl, Duncan • .;, • Montgomery, William Mclntyrc, Peter Marshall, Charles McDonald, John McDonald, TJeil Moore, John ! McNaughton, John, sen. McNaughton, John jun. ; McNa ughton. Alexander Mc Naugliton,. James Marks, Thomas McDonald, James ... McMillan, Angus McMillan, Donald McKay, George / . r. McDonald, Donald ; Morrison, John M...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 30 May 1856

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Public Land Sale.—rTwo days'sale of land, situated as under/-will take place at the Police Office, Tarraville, on Monday and Tuesday the 23rd and 24th June next:—24 town lots at Tarraville, con taining 2 roods each, Upset price £8 per acre; 15 lots at the new township of Bru then, upset price £8 per acre; 2 small su burban lots adjoining- tlie township of Sale; 16 suburban lots adjoining Tarraville; 11 suburban lots, between Tarraville and Bruthen, and 45 country lots similarly situated. On Tuesday next we intend to publish a full account of the Soiree held at the Manse, Tarraville, on Friday evening last. Fatal Accident.—A peculiarly dis tressing accident occurred yesterday mor ning-, just as the Eclipse was getting- ready to leave this port, which resulted in loss of life ; the second mate was leaning- over the stern of the vessel, when, from some cause, he fell overboard, the Captain and some of his men immediately jumped into the water to endeavour to save hi...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 30 May 1856

Collector's Observations or Objections.,, Christian and Surname. Dandson, Alexander Dickson, James Dowling, Martin Davis, James Day, John Elknis, William Enimett, Robert Evans, Joseph Elliot, William Fufnival, Joseph Farley, Robert Fitchett, Robert Farley, William Fisher, James Foster, John Frost, William ■ Fraserj Alexander Foster, William Farrell,. Thomas ■ Ferg-uson, Gillespie Ferguson; Roderick Geddes, John Grant, Jolm Gveen, George : Green, George Gemmd, William Gibbs/ Robert Gibson, Richard B. Gurney, II. B. Greenwood, William Greenwood, William, junr. Gibson; George Gillies, Simon Griffith, George . ■' Hutton, Andrew Hewitt,'Jolm. Mill,, Samuel Hall, Francis Hall, James Haslem,-Jolm. ■>. Hoddinott, Uriah Hale, Henry Hensleigh, J. S. Hefferan, James Harris, Philip Holt, Thomas Harvey, William Hickey, Thomas Harrisson,< George Hutchins, John-' Hilliard, William Hammond, Charles Howard, Joseph Hickson, Andrew Innes, Thomas Jennings, Henry Jacobs, James Jacobs, Char...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 30 May 1856

TO LET. SEACOMBE HOTEL, Straits, situated on the best road to the Nicholson Diggings. Possession to be had on the 1st Oct. For particulars apply to TURNBULL & CO., 313-0 Port Albert. T BURROWS, Agent for "Carron • Timber Yard," has for sale French casement windows, sash windows, doors, Scotch and American flooring, &c.} &c. Port Albert, May 1st, 1856. NOTICE. | ~~ THE Government Gazette being regu larly received at the Office of this Paper, our Subscriber1! are at liberty to refer to it at any time. SUPPLEMENTARY LIST LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. District of Gipps Land, to wit. Division of Eastern Province, 1. Gipps Land. List of persons claiming or supposed to be entitled to Vote in the Election of a Member of the District. Collector's Observations or Objections. Christian and Surname. Cameron, James Hamilton, 'John Jackson, John King1, Christopher McDonald, Alexander McKinnon, Loclilan Nairn, James Orr, John : O'Connor,— Rev. Pearson, Tlugh, M.D. Slade, Edgar Plac...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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THE PEACE CONFERENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 30 May 1856

THE PEACE CONFERENCES. • The Conferences were: to" commence on Monday, Feb. 25, at the Hotel of the Minister of Foreign Affairs. : :: : Iiorjd Clarendon 'lia'd- arrived in Paris to attend the approaching Conference. A. Orloff, the Russian plenepotentiary, was at Berlin on the 14th, and had left for the scene of his new duties. Ali Paclia, the' "Turkish plenipotentiary, arrived- at' Marseilles on the 21st, and would reach "Paris on the following- day." ' " ' If we may judge from: the tone of the St. -Pctershurg papers] the -Czar is sincerely desirous. of peace, and his organ in Brussels breathes the.most pacific intentions; anew, difficulty, however, has arisen in a quarter where it" whs least expected. The intelligence from the Crimea is to the effect that the prospects of peace' are - entirely unpopular with the French army there, and as Loiiis Napoleon cannot afford - to be .mdependent of the army, this feeling 'may .have ;a very iinportant ,effect \on itli'e.' negotiations. ' . &...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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LATER ENGLISH AND EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 30 May 1856

LATER ENGLISH AND EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. The Spray of the Ocean, with the mails of the 21st February, arrived in ETobson's Bay on the 24th May, by which we have five day's later news-— Liverpool papers of the 22nd February having been put on board. In this brief period, events have transpired of an im portant character, as affecting the proba ble course of events, at the Peace Confer ence, which is variously stated to com mence on the 25th February; and. on the 5th March. • • ' THE WAR. Contrary to our present advices, that France was .more inclined*:to ;..peace,' on• easy terms to Russia, than! England, it now appears . that in the1 Imperial coun sels the very reverse is.the fact. The Paris' correspondent;1 of'''!tlie;- Northern' Dailv Tmcs'HvriiesY—v '• ^ ' " Tlie French" government has at last taken a, step. wlii^i iiidjcates, tq a certain. extent.wliatiits]'real.''views are with regard to .peace. ; 'j- TH'ec Sie'cle'yeisterclay publish ed an article, in' which jt'Jin^ traclictio...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 30 May 1856

CORRESPONDENCE. * To the Editor of the Gipps Land Giiarclian. i * Sir;—When enlightening- itlie public in "matters of'" considerable1 •interest,'? it' might perhaps" be 'advisable- for | 'the futiire to'efiquire into the1 truth' of freports made you in order that1 ''you'might not; again be' betrayed into making similar mis-statements' to! those' Contained in'an article in'your !pa per^of'last Friday's issue. ;' | y-The case'I allude to is-that; of Scott v.: Stewartj'1 nearly" the whole particulars of: wbiclij' as'given by'you are utterly incorrect. :_^Iri- the -first - place, X did not J.i sub-let'-' the fence, to Stewart,-but hired him to com plete'a-portion of a fence ;'atW certain price per rod. .. -I; never " gave him an order on Capt. Carey," neither did he at any time .sum-:; "inons me for an advance on worlc. clone1 -or for any other reason, consequently no order, was or could havebeeri made by the 'Bench': (as.you state) for the " money which could not be got." ;- ,'i!:When ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 30 May 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS. STEAM TO MELBOURNE, nnHE Port Albert Steam Navigation.'Company?s fine f*new screw: steamer- STORM BIRD, J. iB.-' Sydserff, Commandeiy.mll ihaye' immediate despatch'; after amvdvfor' above port. '■ r ?■': Fares—rCabin..£(5—Steerage..£2.5s... _ ■ Freight, per ton £2 Gold, for shipment, must he entered at the Customs before 10 o'clock a.m. on day of sailing1. For Freight or Passage apply to ; ; ; ' "■ Wj\I1D 0 HERT Y, Manager, 127-03 Port. Albert, 31st Jan., 1856. QUBSCRIPTIONS to the PATRIOTIC. k_? FUND from the Upper District of Gipps ' Lancl, Victoria, collected by J. Johnson of Mewburn Park. " James McEavlane ." .. £50 0 0 John Jolinson ■ 50 0 0 William Pearson .... 25 0 q Isaac Buchanan: ! 1 .. 10 10 n J. W. Jones .. .. .. 20 0 0 William Thomson .. .. 5 0 g William Montgomery 5 0 q B. Guniiing-haxn:.. 8 0 q M. Macalister '.I 2 2 n A. Campbell-' ii i .. . 2 0 n II. M. D. Pearson .. .. 2 0 q From the men on Mumbum Parlt. Jacobus de Monlin, overseer 3 3 0 Neil Were, c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 30 May 1856

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. District of GIPPS LAND, to wit Division of Eastern Province, 1. Gipps Land. LIST of Persons claiming or supposed to be entitled to Vote in the Election of a Member of the District Collector's Observations •orObjections. Christian and Surname. Aitken, John Alexander, Robert Allan, Benjamin Armstrong', William H-. Arbuckle, Alexander Anderson, John Aitken, John Aitken, James Black, George Bold, John Burnett, Robert Bradley, James Bennett, -Kennick H-. Brown, John Burns, Allen Brearton, John Belsher, James Bennisson, Richard ■. Blacker, Thomas Bradley, Michael .7 Brown, John Bradley, William Bell, Robert Beilby, Wood: ■■■", Brown, Nicol Bennett, "William Barker," Robert • - Burn, John Bean,'Francis Ballycorn, Thomas ... Borham, James Bayliss, Edward Buchanan, Isaac. Butler, Thomas Broad, Thomas Baird, Henry Billingham, Stephen Buckley, Patrick C-. , Blower, Daniel Belcher, William Ri Bakewell Blair, John Biin'tine, Hugh . . Buckley, Edmund Cameron, Dougald Cunning...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 3 June 1856

SHIL^PINGINTELLIGENCE. AWIIVED: (l-OUT AT/BETtT). . •.'••.•Juno."2.—Mary "-Ann, schooner,-1 lfi tons,' .(jr. '• Graves,: from llobart Town, wi th general cargo. Passenger—cabin; Mrs. "William Foster. Turn bull anil Co., agents. cjj]:a.iu:d out. . May 30.—Storm Bird, r.a.s.n., Co's : Steam-, or, 75 "tons, J. B. Sytlserff, for Melbourne; 'passenpers—cabin; Messrs. McClurc, -Dick, and McMillan. Steerage, 5. sailed. -J[ay 30.—Mariposa, for IJobart Town. > ■ May 31.—Storm Bird, for Melbourne.

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. SOIREE AT TARRAVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 3 June 1856

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. SOIREE AT TAIiRAVJLLE. On Friday evening- the 21st • idt.,.there; was a Soiree at Tarraville, in the Hall used as a temporary place of worship by.;the: Presbyteriah Churcn. Notwithstanding-; the dreadful state of. the roads,; after the heavy rains of the three previous days, a considerable number were in attendance, at: the hour appointed, six o'clock.: We ■counted!, as many as sixty present. After a blessing-l was asked by .the Rev.- T.; McAnlis;; the; minister of the church, the . company par-, took of an excellent tea. Whilst they were sharing- the cup that " cheers but not ine briates,'' the choir; sang- with great: spirit some beautiful pieces of music. After tea was over and thanks, were returned, on the. motion of Mr. Taylor, seconded by Mr.; Ross, Mr. McAnlis was called to the.chair.; The Rev. g-entleman on taking-.the chair, observed that, he was glad ,to see such a large and respectable. attendance, notwith- i standing- the' unfavorable state of the wea...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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Gipps Land Guardian. Tuesday, 3rd June, 1856. PUBLIC AND HOME EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 3 June 1856

<23tj)ps £anij <5?uarfttant Tuesday, 3rd June, 1856. PUBLIC AND HOME EDUCATION Ouit readers must have noticed the very remarkable unanimity prevaling among- the; candidates for Legislative honors on the all-important subject of education, and the equally remarkable anxiety which each and all appeared to feel for its rapid extension, and that it should be made as effective as possible. It is true there is some difference' of opinion respecting' the system best adapted to the peculiar circumstances of the colony j but while some considered the Denominational System the best for densely peopled towns, and the National System suited to the sparely peopled agricultural dwntricts, it seems to us that the opinion of th» candidates who have spoken out on the subject preponderates! n favor of the Natio nal'System, or something* as nearly akin to it as possible. In all cases, however, the application of the systems to different lo calities has been viewed as a matter of ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE PRICES CURRENT. Saturday, May 31. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 3 June 1856

'COMJEERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. ( 'MELBOURNE PRICES CURRENT. . : Sahir(IiLV..Mavt31. > • > v,,T , > ■ ^.AijE—Bass's,,perlilnl ......... :^10 10,■■,-.0, Burton Brewery Company 10 10 0 Wortliington -awl Robinson's, No.-3; 10; 10 '0. Allsopp's No. 3, per hlul *. >10 0 0 Other brands, per lilul 810 0 Alsopp's, (lo/.en lis Gd Byass's, dozcnolls Gd to 12s. '6d. Torter—Barclay, in wood,;pcr lihd£8 0 0 i Truman's X, do do 7 0 0, Truman's: XX, do' do ,800 Byass's, per dozen, quarts -ISs1 Whitcbread's stout, per dozen 12s. Butter—Cork dbl. rose, 2nds, .per lb Is 7d American butter, per lb, best Is 3d. Candi/es—(per Jb.) Belmont; sperm, sixes, Is. 10Jd to Is 11-id; Stearino Novas, 2s. Id. to 2s. 2d. Composite, Is 3d; Mould, tallow, Bd to Cheese.—(per lb.)—Wilts and double Gloster Is. 5d. to Is. ■.fljil; Stilton, Is. Gd. to ,Is. 7d; American, lid. to Is; Colonial, Is. to ;ls.,ld. Goi?j?be, perlb.—Ceylon, plantation, Is. Id. to Is. 2d; .Tava lid. to Is. iYouit—Town made, per ton ...... £2...

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SIR JOHN FRANKLIN'S EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 3 June 1856

SIR JOHN FRANKLIN'S EXPEDITION. . At last the death of' Sir John Franklin and his party lias been fully ascertained, and all the particulars of. the report fur nished by Dr. Rae as fully confirmed. ■: "We are convinced that our readers will, feel deeply. interested in-the following official report of the last expedition in search of Sir John Franklin and his .brave: 'companions, which we take, from the Mon treal Herald. " We have been favored by E. j\I. Hop kins, Esq. (in the absence of Sir George Simpson), with the following- outline of the proceeding's of the Arctic Expedition which : by instructions from her, Majesty's Government was employed by the Hud son's Bay Company to follow tip:the clue discovered: by Dr. Rae while engaged on another. exploring' expedition, also fitted out by the Hudson's Bay Company, of the fate of Sir .Tnhr) TVnnl-Hn'c It will be in the recollection of our readers tliat it is scarcely a.year ago that we published to the world the first authen tic informa...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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COREESPONDENCE. GIPPS LAND GOLD. To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. Melbourne, May 27, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 3 June 1856

COREESPONDENCE. GIPPS LAND GOLD. To the Editor of the Gipps Lund Guardian. Melbourne, May 27, 1856. Deati Sin,—I-Iavin"" so repeatedly heard that the gold from the Nicholson River was of a very inferior character, to that produced on the other gold fields, I was induced to purchase, when last at the Port, a few ounces from Mr. Marshall, so that the fact might he made public. I have now to subjoin the certificate of Mr. Birkmyre, the Assay Master to the Port Phillip and Colonial Gold Mining- Company, the result of which will no doubt be gratifying to every one interested in Gipps Land. The large nugget is still exhibited in Mr. Klmll's window, as directed by Mr. Mar shall, and has attracted considerable attention. I remain, dear Sir, Yours truly, JOHN ORR. > P.S. To make certain of a true assay, you will observe, I got it done through my banker. Port Phillip and Colonial Gold Mining* Company, Melbourne, "2nd May, 1856. John Ohr, Esq. Gold from the Nicholson River, Gipps Land, melt...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 3 June 1856

SUPPLEMENTARY LIST. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. District of Gipps Land, to ivit Division of Eastern Province, 1. Gipps Land. List of persons claiming or supposed to be entitled to Vote in the Election of a Member of the District Collector's Observations or Objections. Christian nnd Surname. Cameron, James Hamilton, Jolm Jackson, John King', Christopher McDonald, Alexander McKinnon, Lochlan Nairn, James Orr, John O'Connor, — Rev. Pearson, Hugh, M.D. Slade, Edgar Place of Abode and Occupation. Nature of Qualification. . • ".i. • stockman, Strathfieldsaye ' • wages fencer, The Ridge 1 . wages tradesman, Wattle wages wheelwright, Sale 1 wages squatter, Armidale stockman, Buchan freehold wages carpenter and builder, Sale income and employer . merchant, Melbourne Mitchell River freehold Roman C.atholic clergyman - grazier,' Kilmaney Park income lieutenant^ Royal Navy, Alberton freehold Particulars of Qualification. £100 per an.; Raymond not furnished by the Collector £100 per annum, McArdell no...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 3 June 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS. ' • THIS DAY. SALE BY AUCTION. glSEWTO1^ AS received instructions to sell Ijy .public auction, at his Sale lloom, Alberton on ....... TUESDAY, 3rd June, At Tmelve o'clock, Five tons of Potatoes . ,vv , Five tons, of Swede Turnips i ' About 50 bushels of Seed Wheat, in i convenient, lots . i A Sierie . ' , . ! J also. , * 8 Steers,r(2 of which number are broken in ' for'work)/ , ' 2 prime-milch Cows1" r ! 1 black Ooltj'b'roken in' to saddlo I bay Filly,;, blacks points^, broken in to saddle — - 1 bay .Mare, cblaclc/points,'.staunch! .to; har ness, andi broken to sad die, 5; years old Together with1 'a'quantity of: Merchandise* ' Terms at Sale.' " • 313*2 IVTOTlbE is -hereby: given' that the Xv'Tarmvfllo Ohnrclrwill bo ; opened 011 (Sunday,.,8 tli Juno. Divine Service to com mence at half-past eleven. A collection will be made.in aid of the. Church funds. ' • Applications' for!•'reserved1 sittings to be made to-DivjIIedley/Tarraville. (319-3 -Tj ,OST ;about a fortnight...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 6 June 1856

■ Sale of Girrs Land Produce—At. , Alberton on ' the '3rd instant, Mr. E. T. Newton sold by auction a quantity of wheat;: at an average of 8s. 7Ad. per bushel, and five tons of potatoes, at £4 per ton. The swede turnips exhibited in the sale room | were not sold, but a sample of three, of one i lot of live tons, weighed 42H)s. A small I bay (harness) mare brought £20,' a pony i colt £12, and an unbroken filly £11.

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ELECTION MEETING AT SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 6 June 1856

ELECTION' MEETING AT SALE. A Meeting.of the electors of the Upper District was hold at Sale, on Wednesday, the 27th ult. The number present was so great that the meeting- had to he held in the'opfen Court"'yard,' Dr. Arbuckle was called to the chair.' " The chairman' observed' that the time was'drawing' near, when the very imppr-: tant'duty would devolve on the electors of 'retaining a member to represent them in the new Legislative Assembly. That Mr. Jolm King, their present esteemed arid re7 spected Member, was already in the field as d: candidate for their suffrages, and, his address through the' press was | already be fore them; and' that he was present . that day1 to develops more fully his views, and opinions on many of the leading topics,and measures which must necessarily come undter the consideration of the new Legis lature, he would therefore not detain the »meeting with any farther remarks of his own,' but would'simply call upon Mr. King1 to step forward; he would only ad...

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