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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 January 1839

NOT THE GLORY OF CSAn BUT THE WELFARE OF ROME. BY H. B. STACY. FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1839. VOI. XII No. 004 From llie Ballinmre .Monument. I HAVE NO FATIIEK THERE. I saw a wide nnil welLspread board, An'1 children yitinii nd fair, C n hip one l.y nn'e-ihe, eldem finl, And touk their stations ibere. AM nently clad mil beautiful, Anil wiih familiar ire;nl, They gwheied innnd with joy to feait On meals and inuw while bread. Be.iile llie board the father tat, A smilr tiltt teaiur-s woie, As en the liitlr gioup he gazed, And told their portions o'er. A meagre form arrnyeil in rags, Anenr the llirpi-hold s'ond ; A Intlf-siaived child hud wandered there To brg a little food. Said one "why 8iandet here my dear, See, tliere'ii n vacant goat Amid the children, and enough For them and thee tu eat." "Alan for me !" the rhilil replied, In Nines nf deep despair "No riiht h.nc. I amid jour group, 1 have no father theie." O hour of fate, when fmm the skies, With note ofilecicsi (head. The far rpimtiu...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 January 1839

V!T 1R "k )ti W E& (E ST 1 U0 vti va, 'W vt, V It 1 1) A Y M O It N I N G, JANUARY, 18. Finns. We are getting lo bu quite citi fied One lire every week sometimes two and now we begin to go it two n day. On Wcdnosduy morning, Louis, the Raibcr, treated us to quite n lilllo flare up in the attic of his 6liup. just in the rear of Lathrop &. Polwin's. Wo were woke from our slumbers tby ho cry of "water ! water ! whero shall we get it? where!" And Echo answoted "where !" In the mean time the flame had hurst through llio roof, and was scraping acquaintance with Thomas's barns. A levy was finally made upon the tea kettles and wash-bowls in the noighborhoood, and water enough procured to extinguish the lire, some twenty gal Ions in the whole ! One would suppose that this was "glory enough for one day." About three o'clock, however, Justice Pike sung out, "Fire' up in this neighborhood 'hit or miss;" and all hnnd3 turned out to see the old row opposite Hie Methodic Chapel purified by...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 January 1839

Anthony Rhodes' Estate. WCllic Btibscriborf, luivitiy been appointed by tlio f Inn. t ho Probata Court for tbo District of Chittenden, commissioners to re. ccivo, examine and adjust tlio claims and de mands of all persons, ngntnst tlio cslato of Anthony Windcs, lato of Richmond, in said District, deceased, represented insolvent, and also all claims and demands exhibited in offset thereto , and six months from the day of thn dato hereof, being allowed by paid Court for that purpose, wn do Ibcrcfoia hereby give no. lieu, that wo will attend to the business, of our appointment, at the dwelling of the widow Alma Rhodes, in Richmond, in said District, on lho2d Mondays of February and Juno next, at 10 o'clock, A, M. on each of said days. Dated, this l2lh day of January A. I). 11139. THADDEUS CRANK, ) CWimu JOSEPH A. HALL. S siours. Abijali Allen's Estate. STATE OF VERMONT, DlsTICT Ol' CllTTEMlKV, S3. S Tlio Honorable the Prabnlc Court within and or the District of Chittenden In the credit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 January 1839

From (lie Burlington Sentinel, of Moml.iy. the exile oil' Canada. As materials of history, tlio following orrcsponderico belongs to the pub lic. It is published without com toontnry, ns a sequel to the two letters to Lord Durham that have already appear il in print and which were published in Bermuda under tho signatures of Woi, i- iiKD Nulson and It. S. M. Bouumn'Ti:. No. 1. .C'opy.1 On board tho Steamboat Canada, ? !d July, 1838. Dear Sir. We beg leavo through your mcdi. Lin to express our acknowledgments for the nndsotno conduct and duiiicanor observed by ,lic detachment of tho 7th Hussars, under whoso icortuu wore conducted I'toni the Montreal .1 ill to tho Steamboat at the loot of thu current .a Monncal. In thus conveying to you our sense of the 1 rotectinn wo received from the escort ol that distinguished corps, we cannot forbear testifying vou our tirofmuid inortificution ut tho uncalled tor indi niiy ollercd to us by tho application of nniiacles after our voluntary surrender...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 January 1839

QPbi ffiityltttttt Wc " Wi NOT THE OLOUY OF CJESA r HUT THE WELFARE OF ROME. BY II. B. STACY- From llie Christian Keepsake. THE DVING BOY. The following lines wcro written after reading an account oftlio death of a young mother and three children, from the inhu tnan neglect of the husband nnd father. The- wife wa9 taken suddenly ill, and left nlone with her little ones, while her hus band went (o procure a physician and other needful assistance, the nearest house being over two tnilea distant ; but he (orgot every lliing save his own deptaved appetite, be came intoxicnted before accomplishing his errand, remained so for a week, and on his return found them all dead. It is supposed that the mother died soon after tho birth of her child, and that the little boy struggled longest that in trying to sooth his expir ing lister, he sank down from weakness beside her, and could not at last release himself from her grasp. Oil ! moilier dear, my lips nre dry, Anil IJe?sy's hands nre cold : Mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 January 1839

FRIDAY MORN IN G, JANUARY, 25. Finns. Wo have hail nnno tin week! Tlio prominent, nrnl nlmost only topic of discussion in Congress for tlio pasl ten days has been tlio mode of appointing the investigating committee. Tlio friends of the administration at first insisted that the cemmittco should bo appointed by tho Speaker ; but they wcro soon driven from this position. Thry then demanded that if tho House appointed its own committee the voto should be viva voce, in order that the deserters might bo marked. On this ground tho battle has been (ought and the victory won. On Thursday week the final question was put, and decided by a vote of 113 to 105 that tho house should appoint its own committee, and that by ballot. The result was, the election of four whig, two conservatives, three administration men, and one nullifier. Mr. Wise is chair man, of course. The session is now too far advanced to admit of a full invcsliga lion ; but unlcs the Treasury offico is burned down, or tho committ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 January 1839

PATENT PLATFORM SCALES. WARRANTED. rriHIS article is 'no well known to nccil commendation -nod llm experience of seven years has demonstrated to the com incrcinl community, thnt for nccurncy, convenience nnd durability, t hey aro un rivalled Coal yard scales to weigh from 3 to C tons. Dormant Wnrchotno do. to weigh from 1-2 Ih. to 5000 lb-., Porlnhlo do. to weigh from 1 2 oz. to 200 lbs. Portable Counter do a new article to weigh from 1-2 nz. to 40 lb. J. & J..H. Peck & Go. Agents.. Burlington, January, 1 1139. WILL In: sold on Saturday tin; 2d day of February next, at N. B. Huswell's Auction Room, a largo assortment of Dry Goods, Crockery &, Hardware, for CasJi. Sales to comnienci' ai 10 o'clock. A, M. Iturlinu ton, Jan. 19. 1839 STOP THIEF! STOLEN from the sub-cribor's dour, on the evening of 22d hist., a new Buffalo Robe, which may possibly be offered for ealc. Two dollars reward will be pa d for the return of (lie skin, and two mure for llic detection of the thief. J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 January 1839

Anthony Rhodes' Estate. I WE llic subscriber, having been appointed by Iho Ilon.tlioi'robato Courl for the District of Chittenden, commissioners to re colvo, examlno and adjust llio claims and do mands of all persons, ngnln.it llio estate of Anthony Rhodes, lalo of Richmond, in said District, deceased, represented insolvent, and also all claims and demands exhibited in offset thereto; and six months from the day of tho date hereof, boing allowed by said Court for that purpose, wo do thorefoio hereby givo no. lico.lhat wo will attend to iho business of our appointment, at Iho dwelling of the widow Alma Rhodes, In Richmond, In said District, on Iho 2d Mondays of February and Juno next, at 10 o'clock, A. M on each of said days. Dated, this l-2th day of January A. D. 11139. TIIADDEUS CRANK, ) Commit .10SEPII A. HALL. S shnrs. Abijah Allen's Estate. STATU OF VERMONT, ) DlSTICT OF CllTTENDEN. SS. S Tho Honorable the Probate Courl within and for the District of Chittenden, to the creditors...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 February 1839

NOT THE GLORY O P C JE S A R BUT THE WELFARE OF R O M F. BY II. B. STACY FKIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1839. VOL. XII No. 606 TO THE MOON. Wrillcn during llie Annular Eclipse of llio 16th September, 1838. Oil llion Rreal mistress of llie liilcs, Patron of thieves nml homicides Absent by night, the friend of had men, Present by night din fiiend il'in:id men, Who talk lo ihee of love and glory, From out llieir grated dnrmitoiy 5 'ilion smiling queen of silent night, Array'd in robes of silver while, I linie 11 message for thine ear, Which not a mortal soul may hear Then lift awhile, and heir me mention A few tiling well wordi lliino attention. Thou rrgulatest, liy thy million, rieidea the ri'lnj; of ihe ocean, The time to pull up noxious weeds. Plant pumpkin mid muskmelon seeds, Set hop-poles and cut limlit-r trees. Stick cranberry hems anil Irtish your peas, And gather heilis of healing virtue, Which, healing nut, may e" nol hurt you ; For all such things aie safetl ilone Old ladies say, by ti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 February 1839

mi mww um im ii i n i win Mrinir iiii w FRIDAY M O II N INfi. FEnRUAIlY, 1, TUB PRBSIIBT. Tho valley nf Onion Jlivcr lias again been visited ly one of those sudden inuiiiln lions, incident to nil hill countries. The warm couth wind of Friday, and tho warm or rnin and sun of Saturday, sunt down upon us from tho mountains and hill-sides n rushing torrent of water, ns unexpected tis it was resistless and overwhelming.--As it worn by umgic, the ico-covering ol tho river was suddenly lifiod from its bed mid borne along in manses, fearful in nw". nittido and number. These, collecting nt thu nnrrnw passe, formed dams, which Bent the waters rushing hack ipor their sources until tho valley abovo was flooded to the very mountains base, and thru burst, ing through thesis obstructions, I ho whole inasa swept on to njw oticouutura with the rocks, and new triumphs over every thing else that impeded itt progress. In some instances barns were submerged and stocks of cattle lost, before, tho proprio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 February 1839

tVUMlllU13R9! the now States and nine opposed to to them. A report from the mnjority of cither committee, therefore, would probably bo very neatly to tho satno purpose. But there certainly would be a greater chance lf the matter receiving free nnd full discus elon from the select than from tho standing committee. On these motions a debate arose, which was closed by a motion to lay on the table. A call of tho House was immediately or dered: and alter repented motions to (sus pend the proceeding on tho call after reading the excuses of absentees tho doors of the Hall were opened, and it was found one hundred and ninety-nine members wore present. Tho question was then taken ; and there appeared, For laying tho bill on the table, 1 02 Against the motion, 97 Mnjority. C Tho Cumberland Uond Bill was then presented, from the Senate, and a motion was instantly made (in revenge I suppose) to lay it on the table. but before the Speaker could propound tho question, a motion was made to adjourn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 February 1839

LINES i Written on the death of Maria who died Aug. 20, 1832. in the leth Year of Her age. Surrounded wild fi lends in llio Lnml nfonr birlh, Wp recollect lint that uc'io born Inn t jlipi Nor think that we're placed in 11 home on lhi earth To prcpaio for (mother dial's hid fiom om eye. Bui here lillit wIimm hrforn in has pawed, Thai speak of lite bleninis lh.it iruih e.in unluld Enduring ai arcing die fiiiM mid die last Combined in the blitt tlnil by i.itth U untold. Though diffuse' sable hand was di?placd on her brow, Resignation concealed the reinolrsl complaint ; That smile on her featuin will long disallow, Distrust in the lotu of Jchuvali to eainls. Though nature wag s irueijling with palid decay; In coniuliiioiM pviininiii' tin murmur wad hoard '. 'Oh weep not for me," die dear mflTercr would fay "But fiom fin against Jesus, be ever deterred." And Feeing thai death has no fear to bestow, On those whn have trc.miic in Ucavcn above, To die is to flecp from llme liillra below, Su...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 February 1839

NOT THE GLOIIY OF CHSAR HUT THE WELFARE OF It O M E . BY H. II. STACY. FRIDAY, FEKB1UARY 8, 1839. VOL. XIINo. 607 From lil.ickwoud's Edinbuigh Magazine, THE ONTx ItING, ctiArrF.it iv. Sir Charles Hurcnmt wns 11 man nrrivrd at nbout half lite term of ihrcc-scorn years nil ten, Inn appealed rniher younger li.tr his ngp. He wns of miilille size, mid pleasing appearance, vii!i fo.i tme mme icgular than cxptcssive, and an it ir ol much c.ifo and politeness. Tiute and lefincnicnt had been the business of his life. 1 1 i.4 large foi liinn had been chiefly employed in itio enjoyment and Hcciiiniilalioii of elegant luxuries. His Imii'c wait admirably arranged nml beautifully furnished. Ih pictures iiml other wink of ail nlwnys rosily nml striking, ifnot iilwayn of ihe tli-cpfsi significance The regularity nml " cotniilutciic.-'d nf his whole es tablishment an.l existence weie nolcil even among (lie British niistnrr.iry. Hi parlies weie the highest models of good. breeding ami cu It v. l ed r...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 February 1839

FRIDAY MORN ING. FEBRUARY, 8. LOCO FOCO NOMINATION. Wo lenrn from Middlebury that the Loco Focos havo cut tho old democratic candi dates adrift, and nominated Nathan Sinilic, pf Cambridge, for Governor, O. C. Merrill, of Bennington, for Lt. Gov, and Daniel Baldwin, of Monlpelier, for Treasurer. Particulars next week. WILLISTON MEETING. A largo and rcspcctablo meeting of the friends of Canadian liberty was held at Williston on Thursday week of which Hon. Truman Chiilcnden was chairman. Tho committee appointed for the purpose, reported some excellent resolutions, which were unanimously adopted by tho meeting, and ordered to be published; but the ven erable chairman refused to carry tho ordor into execution, unless some of the resolu. tions woro expunged which, we believe was finally done, to occommodato His Honor. But inasmuch as none of tho pro cecdings have yet scon tho light, wo con elude ho has drawn black lines round the whole of them. Will some one send us a copy for publication...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 February 1839

ANTI-SI.AVUnY MEETING The regular qtiaiterly mrcdni? of the iltirlinftloti Antl.Slsfcrv Society will ho Itolden "I llio Lecture Hoom of ilic CnlvnlMic Conppit!ottnl Church, on Ttieulay evening, February 12 li . nl Imlf past $ o'clock. As tlio Rppoinlment of delegate m I tic Slate Convention iiiul oilier Imporliuil Iimiucm requires attention, it is deiirable llml efforts should le made to secure n general uiicndnnco. Ftb. 8, 1839. James Mitcukll, Set. die n." In litis village, nliout 10 o'clock on Sabbath evening 3d inst., Mrs. Sarah Van Sirklcii, In ihe S8ih year of her age. Khe was n very consistent und deoled member of the Methodist E. Church, nnd one of thai lovely bawl of younj convctis who experienced religion in that interesting nnd blessed revival of leligioii with which wo wcio f.tvoicd in this place neatly five j cars ago. It is our tirdent ptajer that nil who then found the Saviour to (he joy and comfort of their souls, nnd the many who within few d.ijs part have been made...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 February 1839

Continued from first tinge 1 before tho windows, several of t ho gnosis passed from the drnwing.rnnm to the ter race, nnd nmong these wtu Maria. She enon left her companions, nnd wandered down n flight ol Flops in the riniet n tut dtirky gnrden. She slood nlonn lenntng ngatiist n Inrge marble urn, nnd looked nl Hie wnlrr as it g'nnced past her on u Jcvol with iho turf, Qud but n few Inches from nor foot. now tienuiiiui, sun thought h every drop ns it fli!9 through iho light, nnd how Rwiltly dues it pass to tiller darkness J Flecling gleams in n world of obscurity- eucIi nro life's best joys fur Ihosc whose life is ncliesl--for all devoid of Christian faith Shn looked up nt the skv nnd smlicd.-- Sir Clurlcs, who was not far eff, ihoiigh Flic tlitl nut know of his presence, llionghl he hnd never seen her so beniifnl. She reminded him of one of his own (.mines of a nymph, tic enmo and stood busid: her and snid, 'The sky promises fine weather for to morrow. I 1 1 ust.' 'Oh, docs it ? It...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 February 1839

'JIB ftJMfUl'lkU" 1F NOT THE GLORY OF CliSAn II IJ T T II V. W E I. F A HE OF ItO itt E . BY H. B. STACY- FHSIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1S39. VOL. XII No. 60S From Blackwood' Edinbmgli Moga.inc. THE OIlTx KING. i CttAl'TUIl x. Early n" Sunday morning, Jnmos opened Ins eves in I lu- old f.um hotue, dieted liimelf liaMily, iini1 went lo look iiller the different little tnatlcis in the'sinule nnil lite farm-yard, which, even on Sun. ,iy, mint bo nlleii'lcd lo. Ho ihcn lelurneil to the lioii-c to make hiiu'clffinarl, which lie succeeded in liy dint of clean linen, n new blue co.il with Urge cilt button, h while handkerchief round liit neck, it vcllow waistcoat, mid n ilial) garment below ternii tinting in top-boots. Ho certainly looked very well ; and vvliilo lie gated into tlio littlo twisted looking-gl.if?. lie even ventured to lliink po, but fnincliow he feaird not well oiwugli to ptcaee Ann. She, too, lifter helping to prop no the brcakl.isl, had put on her best clothe. Her long d,nk hair, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 February 1839

FRIDAY MORN I N 0, FEBRUARY, 15. A good deal of excitement lias been pro duccd in Cnnnda, nnd not o liltlo here, growing out of n murder below Qunbcc. It appears llmt on the 3lit nil. a MrTachc, the seignior of Kamouraska, was killed by sorno unknown person, and on tlio 3d iii6t. his body was found buried in llio snow near a fence, with a ball hole through his head. A subsequent account states, how ever, tlial there was two balls in tho head, and that the skull was beaten in, as if with tho butt of a pistol. The coroner rc turned a verdict of wilful murder. In reference to this ofTair, the Montreal Her ald of Tuesday contains tho following statement: Wo understand that Madame Tache has been npprchended and lodged in pi isun in ihis citv, charg ed with liming been tirrcwiry to tlm minder nf licr iiiimjiiwi, inu ai:iinciir in iamourii.KU. It appears lliiit f ho has been lii big :ii Knrcl fir tome time, Ins maintained n giiihy rniinpxinii u-hh Dr. Holmes of that plitcc, nnil ill. il I ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 February 1839

Dissolution of Copartnership. OTfoHE flfm of IIa11 on,J Co,ni"ock h,e UL this day been dissolved by mutual con sent. Frederick Hall Ims sold all his in terest in the goods nnd debts duo tlio con cern to Luther M. Hngnr. FREDERICK HALL. GEORGE D. COMSTOCK. Shclbiirn. Feb. n. 1039. Copartnership formed. LUTHER M. HAGAR nnd GEORGE I). COMSTOCK, liove tins day en tered into copartnership nt Shelbutn, in the business of merchandize, by the name and firm of HAGAH & COMSTQCK. Lutiieii M. Hagaix, GBOrtOB D. Comstock. Shelburnc, Ftb. 8. 1839. A few Chests of the Real 75ct. TEA, yet remaining unsold nnd of which every lomily want a pound, U mr sale nt the Chcnp Cnsh Store bv HOWARD. P. S. A sure cure for fntiguu find Head ache. Feb. 14. 1039. Satin Beaver Bonnets. i PART case new ones just ree'd ond 1- for sale nt HOWARDS. Feb. 14, 1039. Plaid Shawls received and for sale at HOWARDS Feb. 14. 1839. Paper Hangings a splendid as sortments HOWARDS. Feb. 14, 1339. 'Crape Camblets Feb. 14, 1839...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 February 1839

NEW AND IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. Dlt. PHELPS' COMl'OUNI) TOMATO PILLS, ENTIRELY VEGETABLE. A NEW AND INVAliUAIMiU iUUDICINLl l-'OK AMj DISEASES ARISING ruo.M IMPURITIES OF THE BLOOD, Morbid Secretions of the IJVEK nnd STOMACH, . A ALSO A SUBSTITUTE FOR CALOMEL; As a Cathartic in l-'EVKKS and all MI.1QU8 AIWISCTIONS. These popular Pills being a combination of a nuwly discovered Alkaline substance, nvtr.-ieted from the TOMATO PLANT, JJiseascs, Acid- have been found to modify and dilluso ns ellects, are uetievou 10 uc uie oesi nucraiive and Cathartic Medicine ever discovered. They have been abundantly and success fully tried, and have received universal approbation for Scrofula, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Bilious Diseases, Gravel, Rheumatism, Coughs, Colds, Injlitenza, Catarrh, Acthus They are an antidote to Contagious and Epidemic diseases ; prevent the formation ol Bilious and Liver alleelioii's, Fever and Ague, &c., in those who reside in hot climates, and low and nnusliv countries, and a...

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