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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 18 November 1836

S. V, TOUDIIAWA AMIIBIEnCDAM III C. F.CLAUKSCKY. TERMS OF TIIR AMERICAN. in advance $2,50 in six months; or $3.00 at t!ie expiration of the year. The Editor will dist.ctimie subscription at his option. AnvKRTisEMKxrs. Twelve lines, or less, will ho i-isorteJ once or throe times, for one dollar, and 25 c'n's will he charged for each additional insertion. from the Vn Orleans Standard MF.XICO AMI TEXAS. Rv arrivals last evening, we arc informed hat the L nitcd Mates sthooucr Dallas, Cant,m l.rcen, was run ashore nn Hie liar of Tampico, on the 22d nil. by the Mexican pilot at that place, mid that she wag entirely wrecked the tails, rigging, armament anil ltair,rr c....-t .....I 1 ...... I , .1 oiiinij nn", t-iMU) uui oiougnt mere yes terday by the Lrcole. One of the crew died from exposn re: and another was left dainer-ou-ly ill at Tampico. with the American consul." It is believed that the pilot had secret crdcrs to wreck the Dallas, as she drew only (? feet water, and there were S on ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 18 November 1836

iSwtKC of the men whom he saved lVoin (lic 'ard seven thousand in i.. ,i ensu. i - i k 1 1 1 f 1 . 1 . !.. 1 ( iiox. vjii; now i icu mien j saw inc. jons nro. a moo on mv rur nt ( hrrk. n tn.rt in . FROM MEXICO The arrival of the schooner Creole at New INDIANA CONFERENCE. ! The Indiana annual Conference of the! f liion a free thinker I occasionally drink 1 Ohio Conforcnrc.and dv Inrvifnd Tl,n VMt ' ; ,.,....!.. v., o J acres eac.i. action No Hi Orlo:,,, from T.imi.Srn. n.i (l,o lHll. i,..! meni u W!is-10MI lo mc i.oiie, rij brio- news from Mexico of some intercut. i a" rwm,.the "7 dlJ,,,U flinch fromiU 1 hilVu " endeavored to break mvsclfj Bishop Roberts presided. Tw We-onpile from the New Orleans papers1 1 us' ,Vut , J"?1 ,1,clorIc' v,,?n thc sP'on drcW i of- 1 otherwise in nil respects, like all 1 preachers v ere ndmitttd on trial, the annexed item ot intelligence. ii c . .,- s,. M,,..: I., . cins:oper:.tios in troo,l earnest. Cant. Ccr.!SaW,,""1" lhe of, a ,',dl . . . .i . . . . ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 18 November 1836

.1 !j for Hum-on 1 JrTir: TACTION. i.l.IJAlt iiKvin; and ryrv. Sr. John, are candidates for the ofiicc of I l tr-rrr. J I . . l 01.:.. .1 " ''" niaiontcs. 7XW.;,'. . ,i. n , . WIA, ' US,' T i'"" 'htoSiril r lW s.;. RECEIPTS ,-J Illldmlrnmn ,1 . "e Milnect to draft. C.-rCm . ! Uth day ol NovemW 4 l IQ. :--.. .: ' iil ovcmbcr 14. Ii.mo:?. ri!" lion s hnc -.. I I . . Replace on the l.th of December next, to fill ! ' mm Illinois. Tho returns from or.o O V-A n. - ? . " ! f 1 ' UoU.,,rr. ievvaaev which will be occasional hv the cx-i oumJ' ve reached us; mxnr 1 n m-, '"'"ever. xG; ,;n:ionof Mr. lUrar'.ck present termor ssrvice. "v V4 ue?:ms county a few wr-eN ! ir.,c- . ; , --" . , ' 10 p"cia! ! I lie amount ian.-'inr i t, 1:. . .- . i "Hirrers was 4.820.1 IS U3 mnUnn. nll Cash remainirq j 1 he Treajurv inciuJinjr the mount of the I ; f-I'lf-He t.f the vir . I). k;;- 4th d U:i V ( "'V J Mr; ru'S. en November. A. I) Amount of essh received ititi.eTrcn 6.1. ci siic county, since et .Miveit! ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 18 November 1836

JHSCISIAAIN'EOIJS. THE PlOXEEIl MOTHERS. Notui.vg is more inspiring, or more .calculated to cause pleasurable feelings, than for a son of the West to mark the rapid march ol civilization and improvement, which has made this, the soil of his birth, the gardcnsnnt of the Union. And while thus con- I:. finer tlir frnwinw nrpspnt. SO full of l-''l'""'"o - o I ' hope, his mind naturally rrcurs to the past, w hen silence, throned amid the magnificence of nature, reigned over an unbroken wilderness; where once the forest towered in grandcur, is seen the city full of life and bustle; nnd where once was heard naught but nature's music, the music of the trees, of the gioves, of the little rivulet and thundering cataract, is heaid the hum and clatter of machinery. Where once the dusky warriors assembled to worship the unknown spirit, and sing over, with souls burning with wild enthusiasm, the war-song of their race; there standi the stalely temple, consecrated to the living God, resounding wit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 25 November 1836

OUR COUNTRY OUR COUNTRY'S INTEREST AND OUR COUNTRY'S FRIENDS. 0V c. f. ctAUKsoar. BROOKYILLE, FRAKLL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, INOV. Q5, 1836. VOL.. IV. Vo. 48. TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. t in advance $2,50 in six months; or $3,00 at .expiration of the year. The Editor will die.''intinue subscription at his option. 1 dvkrtisements. Twelve lines, or less, will he rted once or three times, for one dollar, and 25 'nts w ill he charged for each additional insertion. XEWS OF TIIB2 WEEK. From the jVeio York Star. OX THE XATCRE OP KICIIES. Vhy am I not a rich man?" said a very jnjeIlifrent person (o us, while iooking at a ,'pleiidid equippage which rattled down Bro;iJwaJ' It was the equippage of a m;m of wealth a man of yesterday, a parvenu, in the more fashionable phrase, who made a fortune suddenly by buying farmland selling diem out in lots, and who was determined. jV the splendor of his houses, the magnificence of his entertainments, the richness and mictyof his liveries, his loud talk and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 25 November 1836

. MRWS OtfgTHE WEEK. From the Kiiorville Register. : THE LOUISVILLK. CINCINNATI AND CHARLESTON UAILUOAD. In conformity with the provisions of the charter, Wade Hampton, of S. C, John Willams and William Dixon, of Tennessee, three members of the central commission, convened at this plac e on Monday last, for the purpose of ascertaining the number of shares subscribed for in this improvement, from an oversight of some; of the commissioners appointed to oprn hooks, or some other cause, the reports from a immber cf places have not been received, or officially made known to the central commission, from the reports which have !: en received, and information which, t'uijgh unt.ilii ial. may lie relied on a? authentic, it is ascertained that some more than 33,000 sha'-es have been taken. . In addition lo this, the commissioncis Lexington, Kentucky, have oiiii i.iily communicfit'-'d he fact that the authorities of that city have conditionally subscribed 1000 shares, but the central comrnia-i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 25 November 1836

'; Tint far we. are f..r ahead AMERICAN.. fljtOO K VI J. 1 K, I rv I I A Ii A. KltlDAV, XOVBMBEIt 2.;, ISSG. . and otir Vim Tin.1, . rcn ,,.,..,.., 10,.i,c,l K!ale l,v "J n':"' Y" -fvoll6 !,,!! .cor !.! n for J.bi-of ..... , o . - . - JrsTU .-c Election. I'lijaii Bakwick an n, vik!, Sr. Jonx, are canuidates for tie office of justice of tie Peace, ot the election which is to take place on the 17th of December next, to fill lie vacancy which will be occasioned by the expiration of Mr. Ilar.vick's present term of service. The Legislature. Before the publication of c,jr next paper, our Representatives will leave for the seat of Government, as the Legislature coner.cs on next Monday week. At the approaching; session, there arc ecvcrul matters for the delibera tes of that body, such as, the election of a United Slates Senator; the disposition of the Surplus H-veuue; the increase of Salaries of the Gover nor, Judges $-c; arrangements of Judicial circuits; . - . r i I . . . 1 , . ... a revi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 25 November 1836

171 1 SCELL A7i KO US. A NORTH WESTERN TALE. Astoria, or anecdotes of an enterprize beyond the Rockv Mountains, ly Washington Irving. From this new work wo make the following extract: 'In their more prosperous days, the Omahas looked upon themselves as the most pow--r.,l ,,0.1 nerfect of human beings, and con-,;.i-...t r-maifil ihino as made for their 31 U L v. .... . - - .- peculiar use and benefit. It is this tribe of whose famous chief Wrshlog-guh-sha-ba, or the Blackbird. such savage and romantic tories are told. lie had died about ten years nt-AvimiS to the arrival of Mr. Hunts pain. but his name was still mentioned wall nwe hv liis people. He was one of the first aimoii" the Indian chiefs on the Missouri to deaf with the white traders, and showeu great sagacity i:i levying his royal dues.When a trader arrived in l.is village, he caucdall his goods to be brought into his lodge and opened. From these he selected whatever suited his sovereign pleasure, blankets, tobacco, whiskey,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 2 December 1836

AMA AMIEIBIKDAW OCR COUNTRY OCR COUNTRY'S INTEREST AND OUR COUNTRY'S FRIE.DS. HI C. F. CI.AUKS03T. BISOOKTILLE, FKAXKXIIV COVXTY, IXDIAXA, Fill DAY, DEC. 2, IS 30. VOL IV.-.o. 49. TERMS OF THE AMERICAN-. r in advance $2,.r)0 in six months; or $3.00 at ..expiration of the year. The Editor will dis-!"ntin-je subscription at his option. pvertisemf.nts. Twelve lines. or less, will be . certe(i once or throe times, for one dollar, and '2n ui'l be charged for each additional insertion. a taia:. THE MA I.F.D1CTED. It is Irulya fearful thing to look backward through the chequered vista of our by-gone ,faisaiul find no green spot wherein the merr.orv c.in dwell with pleasure nothing in the sonin dreams of youth which can compensate for the thickly-coming infirmities of age nothinc over which we can linger with a :i ef regret, and exclaim with the gifted pcte; of the Passison, "Would 'twere to do aiia : ' IN nowever, we near wun us an .- i i -.1 inward monitor, who, ever and anon, erects the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 2 December 1836

had nothing to live for none to lore me rtii'l.norc. none to love. My resolution was taken. If I am doomed to live, 1 said, I will have but one witness of the past. fhe wilds of tiie new world are open to me. and in their depths 1 will seek a shelter. What! if I shared the covert of a saTajje! have I not lived amongst the civilized ? As soon a the ordinary preparations were completed, 1 embarked lor America. To me who win ignorant of marilimal life, the first few days were sufficiently irksome; hut 1 felt I was weded to misfortune, and I resolved to m:ike a virtue of endurance. The comparative loneliness, too, of my situation affec ted me, and the undying worm which was journey until the evening of the fourth dnv. i , i i i -. - . . wnenine oounmngs ot two tine dogs indica ted our approach to the neighbourhood of new nope Settlement. An hour's ride brought us to the spot, and we were wel comed with a rude but honest heartiness, which amply repaid what I confess had appeared to me a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 2 December 1836

i - POll tills Sll!lip.. II... .!:.. . ! nR O O If VI I,1,K, I IV I D A N A. " KKIUAV, OKCK.MHEU g, IS3. TUP. GRP. AT RESULT. From all the information we can gather it js our pinion that Martin Van llurcn will be tlected by the electoral colleges. We were of the opinion tbit it would g to the lljuse, until we heard, Troin X. Carolina, believing tlie vote of that State wiuld be cst for White. Hut it is now conceded toVan Biren. So far as our information extends the case now stands as follows; fjr I vi D iren. New Vork 42, Pennsylvania JO, Virginia 2.'1. Rhode Island 4, New Hampshire Connecticut S, Maine 10, Illinois f, Missouri 4, Arkansas 3, North Carolina 1" making 151 electoral votes, and 140 being enough for a choice. for ltdn ison. Indiana 9, Ohio 21, Kentucky 15, Mryland 10, Delaware a, Vermont 7, South (Wiina (by Legislature) 11, Massachusetts 14. Vr Jersey S making OS electoral votes. for irAi.'e. Tennessee 15, Georgia J 1 tnak r" 2o electoral votes. B DoMtru. Alabama 7, Miss...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 2 December 1836

SKWS OF THE 1VEEK. RAISING CUICKLWS. The following is a valuable article, and relates to a branch of rural economy, which deserves more attention than it has received in this country, further favors of a nature from the same hand are respectfully solicited. Mr. Fessejiks. 1 one of '0,,r 'ate papers I aw mentioned a successful way of raising- chickent. I have been in the habit of raising- them for otne years, and if you think favorably of the mode I have adopted, you can insert it in your valuable paper. . I keep mT hens warm under cover during the winter, and feed them on Brewers grains,' placed in an open box or tub, that they may eat when they please, occasionally giving them oats, corn, ,,) nvstfri she!! pounded tine, and plenty of wa ter by kep":nj them warm and well fed they begin laviag earlier in tha season. I prefer spring chickens, a they lay earlier than old hens and the old hens te set, as they make the best mothers. 1 take cars th eg? do not get chilled with cold, nd kes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 9 December 1836

WflMAWA AMIIEIEIKDARl OUR. COUNTRY OUR COUNTRY'S INTEREST AND OUR COUNTRY'S FRIENDS. rirX,E, FRAXKLIft COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, DEC. 9, 1S3. URIVS. PEXXSYLVAXIA. COXXECTICCT. ;Kr Official Returns. The following table exhibits lb BROOKVILLE VOL,. IV. IVo. SO. TERMS OP THE AMERICAN'. in advance $2,50 in six months; or 3,00 at .j .; expiration of the year. The Editor will discontinue subscription at his option. ViivKRTisEMEM s. 1 welve lines, or less, will be nserteil once or three times, for one dollar, and 25 lea's will be charged for each additional insertion. il. . i ;:i t; an.i or T3IH WfiEK. i ii. Katiibux. We learn i m;r.'?rciai Advertiser mat . f Rathhun's creditors . . ;5. etiinir at tlic Council Hoop was Chair'n. and ecrelarv. I,e Grand rman of a committee s meeting, made a vc-r-to the labors of tlie cd a plan for an asso ciation ot the ciciiiiori, which was detailed at length in the article of association. The present assignees of Mr. Rnthbun, are about obtaining an order fr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 9 December 1836

Observance .V k--..7i ;. Th- N-w Orleans papers of the 1st instant contain the following notice of the sailing of fresh troops from that port for Texas: New Orleans, Nov. 1. Left, in he schr. Urchin, for Matagorda, (Texas,) Capt. G. F. Laurence with his fine company of "Cincinnati Iuvincihles." We have seen it. an J pronounce it the largest and finest company that has left this city for many months. Such men will doubtless prove themselves worthy of their cognomen, and beot most invaluable service to Texas. B'tiii living. 'although it is believed he must die t-.-i.'ght." In addition to the above, we learn that the circumstantes cf this event were such as entirely acquit Mr. Harper of all the blame in the estimation of the public. ILLINOIS. -OFFICIAL. Van Iluren. 101 Foreigners i. Office The Washing toman says: 1 here are no tags a number than sixty foreigners in the departments a V ashmgton, and on missions abroad. There die six foreigners in the State Department n .-1 t.... I I. I ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 9 December 1836

1 JI E II ICA N. nj:0 O KH1.1. 12, f XUl A X A. I N D I V X V I.EO IS L AT U R E. Vc delayed our paper until late yesterday tvening. for the purpose of l.mng before our waders the Governor's Message. But con. trarv to all expectation, the mail arrived yesterday evening without the message, or any pf the doings of the Legislature, although it left Indianapolis on Wednesday morning. Sic'.i thing are almost intolerable. But the people have willed that the present corrupt band of post masters shall control the mediim of communication, and it becomes us to ubmit. We subjoin nil the information we trc, which was brought by a gentleman who i;ft there on Monday evening. The two Houses were organised by electing the following officers: IX THE HOUSE. C.D. Smith, Esq. was elected Speaker uhiut opposition. For Principal Clerk. J.T. Elliott received 93 votes, the first ballot, consequently was elected. Assistant Clerk. 1st ballot Daniel I). Pratt, 32 J.O. Boecs 30 G. P. U. Wilson, 31 Mr. Dangan,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 9 December 1836

"VI INFORMS thoJS. their accounts, Uurinsr his absence at lndianap .lis that. lm has loft liis hooks in the hands of Joseph MeeWs, who it authorized to receive and receipt for all moneys due him. Those whose ac counts have been standing trc, three, our, Jive and sir near, are icsuectfuli v reoueted to call and settle them. Hrookvilie. Nov. 30th 1836. 49 4v NOTICE. ORXELU'S CAIN would inform those in debted to him either by note nr book account, tv.r tliev must hp nettled immediately, as I have contracts to most which will have to be liquidated shoitly. It is useless to be modest about the mat ter, there mut be a settlement, or the officers costs will have to be paid. November 3th 1836. 40 Estray (o. KE. UI by Robert Stoops of Brookville township. Franklin county, Indiana, on the T 29th day of Oct., 1836, estray cow of the following description, to-wit: red and white spoted, 11 years old patt, marked with a half crop off the left ear and a slit in the same, a slit in the right ear, a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 16 December 1836

IM1I1M1 AJStJE JO AN o OUR COUNTRY OCR COUXTItv's INTEREST AND OUR COUNTRY'S FRIENDS. BVC F. CI.AKl4SO.-V. BROOKVILLE, FRAiItLL COlTl, IXDIAXA, FRIDAY, 1FX 17, I 830. VOL,. IV. Ho. 51. Sat" "rfinof (he Senate fi-y cj the. tinue. oj n prcscntniiie?. The duties imposed by our respective sitgUionsli ive s.unmoned us (o the capi(ol,at t!ie t:nv, ppoinf(l by Ian-, for (be transaction o' business connected with public interests; and ff have reason te rejoice that with the close 'ie seasons and of the year, our stale and oil Z-'iis are left in the enjoyment of all J Mossing attendant upon a tree govcrn--I nn i ii il ut rioii s nrndent nrtrih I r v i ,r and its products have born liberally -;rdcJ;t,,esoil h.-nyielded its fruit in pro-'j-ioii; enterprise of every description has b en f'uliv compensated; the addit ions to our n!iiiti.n have; been unequalled; capital has j,ea llnving in from every quarter, and in tlif rn'dst of an abundant prosperity. j.-jree of health hitherto unknown has per...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 16 December 1836

r-Wos uH.J . ... , ;smi:.-tr. ' - viio United Add -ball c :tales f ctior ' t : a t!, S 1 : 1 neartfelt satis . . . - - - - f, . v. I . V, J "II Ull tllQ l.lll i ate of prosperity which our beloved country lias ttained; with nocausesat home or abroad lo lessen t ie confidence with which we look to the future for .nnfinn i n nr nrnnfii n C t l.r r-n i.n 1 v r.f nn r f t-r ;., t : mIii' In riinirmtnlatii .-. r. U 1 ;1. v- -'C I - . ( J J ' " . . 1. ' . I 1 1 . L l lutions to produce all t!ie fruits of good (Joveruaiem, inu gciifrui -niiuiuo:i 01 ourauairs may well ex.-iie our national price, l I i 1 v. ..vi 1 cannot avoid cenprmulatinj yoa and my coan-P, .- 'C deParUnenl ot State; copies of ',-y, particularly, on the success orthe efforts madejt ,t5 trea'ies will be transmitted to you, if reduring my administration by the Executive and ;( eived before, or published, if arriviiif after. Legislature, in conformity with the sincere, con-jthe closing of the present sesion of ConVe'S ' t-ta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 16 December 1836

ofexclwnse, such Mofceila n ngriculluraljwgpiculiural productions cease i.- 1 comMoMto. recognised by the statutes of.tation from the ecu nt . J A " CKpr eSMtos as tender for debt,, or the still j rencv, he cans! W J 07 ie PPl,1r,iH cur morep-smicious expedient of a parrr curren-:Xi.is-is lhe process lr '-i1 ,for.c.ost: - , -' - r't is uanisuea T ic last, irom me experience o t he hv tl,. feucsof p:.p" dun..- tl.e revolution, !,;,d be- soon cx hau-lod to n v f ,V f c,r vau,t9 nre (vme w obnoxious a not only to surest the ties: the ne"t i f for orciS com.r.odi(.in the constitution forbidding ,!u; omis n;iv net- tot' I ' '. ?.loPPae of specie irf the credit by the States but also to.'Jupreacv". , , u' , fri;J;',!u. f Rpcr as a produce that vote in the convention which j ruin of debt ,r i, j T'00 f CC?; the Waived the proposition to .rant power to perty in the ban 'S'lS" ' .Pr- jstjon well understood at the tune, as inte.nd- (( to authorize the establishment of a na tion." Jank. wbici....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 16 December 1836

1 . O.MIVVE!' nvrncil bv 5 I r I'M ,'t ! i - l'-,I e l.iw reft1-'' : V 'I ; i - v -, The ending. A nting and other improvements directed by law, in and about the Capitol, have been "nude under the supcrintendeecc of Vie Treasurer of State: and the Senate Chamber and the Representative Hall. Court Iioom, Library and the various; departments have been provided with such . coiMiilions presented by law, will be for the furnature as was necessary to render them j sound discretion of the legislature to dctercomfortable and convenient. The law pun-j niine. My own convictions are, that it will ishing idle and vicious persons for marking.' ,e (ie belter policy to receive the money, defasing or otherwise injuring the buildings a,i ri.y Up0n the future witdom and justice expired , and was not ivwxed the last session. ;f Congress for the surrender of any farther and as some penalty has already been necd-;cajm (0 (,e flind. ed to restrain such ofi'-nders. the subject will f y0ll determine the qu...

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