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HOBART-TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 27 September 1823

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate- Thomas Bell, Esq. SHIP NEWS;-Arrived yes- terday from England the ship Mariner,'Captain Her- bert, with merchandize, and 57 passengers ; namely, Mr. and Mrs. Jel- licoe and servant, Mr. Walton and servant^ Dr. Read, R.N. and Mrs. Read, 2 children^ and 2 servants ; Mr. T. Curry, Mr. J. Dent, Mr. John Weeding, Mr. and Mrs. Weed- ing, -1 child,*and 1 servant; Mr. S.Lucas, Mr. & Mrs. Sturgeon and 5 children ; Mr. ,. and Mrs. Harrison, 5 children, & 2 servants, Mr. Steel, Miss Steel, and 2 servants ; Mr. Leddington, Mr. Cummins, Mr. J. Birnie, Mr. Dickson, Mr. Thornlow, Mr. Fisher, Mr. Atkinson, Mr. Hance, Mr. and Mrs. James'and child, Mrs. Cattlin, Miss Jane Hedges, Mr. G. Panton, Mr. J. Brown, and Mr. J. Jackson.-The Mariner left Portsmouth the 17th May, and touched on her passage at the Cape of Good Hope, which she left the 11th August. The King George whaler, Capt.' Bryant, "with her tender the sloop Success, have come up to port, prep...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 4 October 1823

^TPLEMEJSÍT H0BARt:i¥9Wíí^&AZETTE. Saturday, October 4,1823. VERANDA STORE, ELIZABETH-STREET. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. MR. DUNN begs to inform the Public, that the following are the leading Ar- ticles of his STOCK on hand, viz. Baby Linen.-Caps, rich worked frocks, bed gowns, morning ditto, petticoats, stays, gag'd bodies, &c. Millinery.-Ladies' dress caps, muslin ditto, patent nett quilling, needles, pins, pins, bodkins, Scotch tape, twist, imperial and linen stay tapes, cotton bobbin, 3-cord thread, 2-drain cotton balls, small ditto, India cotton, cotton laces, elastic ditto, statute galloon, broad cotton stay, cotton ferrets, Italian silk ditto, patent thread, linen ditto of all colours, flannel binding, bonnet and ribband wire, hair pins, ladies' stays, ribbands, black and coloured sewing silks, thread and bobbin lace, catgut, thread lace veils, parasols, and muffs. Gold and Silver Watches.-Ladies' French gold watches, English ditto, gentlemen's musical ditto, and s...

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HOBART-TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—G. F. Read, Esq. PRICE OF BREAD {FINE Loaf, of 2 lbs.....5d. Wheaten..............4d. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 4 October 1823

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate - G. F. Read, Esq. PRICE of BREAD ( Fine Loaf, of 2lbs...5d. Wheaton.. 4d SHIP NEWS. - On Thursday week sailed for Macquarie Island the ship Caroline, Captain Taylor. The brig Dragon, Captain Walker, will sail to-morrow for Manilla. The ships Lusitania and Regalia will sail   in company on Tuesday next for England. The latter will go direct, and the other will touch at Rio on her way home. The Admiral Cockburn, Captain Briggs, will sail early next week for the Mauritius, intending to return to this port again shortly. Remain in the harbour, the ships Admiral Cockburn, King George, Mariner, Regalia, and Lusitania; and the brigs Governor Phillips, Dragon, Nereus and Thalia. By the Mariner 44 pure Merino sheep,   from the flock of the late Marquis of Lon- donderry, have arrived in an uncommonly fine condition in this Colony. There were 66 shipped in England on board this vessel ; 34 by Mr. Robert Harrison, of which only 17 reach...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 4 October 1823

iTT^OR-SALE'by Private Contract, by I '.I?\,MT1 J. C. UNDERWOOD, ia Macquarie streét, a, few Pipes of very superior Madeira Wine; and Old Port,' in cases or by the do/en. >'g\) NEW "SETTLERS, or those who JL have not yet located their Grants.-To be exchanged for an unlôcated grant, a FARM of upwards of 1000 acres, 30 miles from Hobart Town, aud 14 miles from water carriage ; of this Farm 23 acres are under wheat, 5 of Cape barley, 7 of English barley, 2 of peas, 3 of oats, I and 3 of potatoes; it is admirably adapted for a Dairy, being rich ground, and well watered all the year; there are also benefits attached to it which cannot be, detailed in an advertise- ment.-Application to be made to J. OGILVIE, Esq. Liverpool-street.-The crop.and append- ages of the Farm to be taken at a valuation. FOR SALE, at the'Stores of the under- signed, Fine Irish whiskey, rum shrub in pint bottles, Harper & Bell's superior port wine,' Goodwin & Co.'s brown stout, tea, sugar, prime ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 4 October 1823

Government and General Orders. Government House, Hobart Totom Friday October 3d,1823   MR. GEORGE EAGLE is appointed Chief District Constable at Ross, Macquarie River, in the Room of Mr. J. Gardiner, resigned. JOHN FLYNN, extra District Constable, at- tached to the District of Sussex, is dismissed for gross Misbehaviour. By Command of His Honor *The Lieutenant Governor, _H. E. ROBINSON,'Secretary. Government Public Notice. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Friday, October 3d, 1823. THE Day of Muster, fixed for the Lower Macquarie and Lake River, as pub- lished in the Government and General Order of the 19th Ultimo, is a Mistake. It should have been on Wednesday, the 22d of October, andf is corrected accordingly. \ By Command of His Honor, _- H. E. ROBINSON, Secretary. ' GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE.   THE undermentioned Persons have ob- tained Certificates and Tickets of Leave during the last Week : Certificates, Ernst Schmidt - Admiral Gambier Jas.Lewis or Dair...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 11 October 1823

A MEETING of the Civil and Military Officers, and some of the most respec- table Inhabitants of Launceston took place on Saturday last, at the Court House (Lieu-   tenant Colonel CAMERON, Commandant, in the Chair), for the purpose of adopting some effectual means for permanently aiding the Widow and Orphans of their late respected and worthy 4iei'ghbour, Lieut. VON BIBRA. -Actuated by an equal degree of sympathy, for the unfortunate Family, to that which has been so generally shewn by the Inhabitants of Hobart Town, a Subscription was im- mediately entered into, and a Committee of Management was proposed by the Com- mandant, when the following Gentlemen cheerfully undertook the Duty, and to re- ceive and appropriate the Sums that may be subscribed, in a manner most conducive to the permanent benefit and relief of the truly unfortunate Mrs. VON BIBRA & Family: THOMAS ARCHER', Esq. J, P.   P. A. MULGRAVE, Esq. J. P. W.C. LAWRENCE, Esq.; and, GEORGE HU...

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HOBART-TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 11 October 1823

HOBART-TOWN. Sitting Magistrate - Rev. R .Knopwood, M. A. SHIP NEWS. - Arrived from England on Sunday last, the transport-ship Mary, Capt. Steel, having on board 126 female convicts, five or six of whose children   died on the passage. - She left London the 10th June, and came direct. - Surgeon Superintendant, Dr. Cockrane, R. N. Sailed on Sunday last for Manilla, the brig Dragon, Captain Walker. Sailed on Wednesday for England, in company, the ship Lusitania, Capt. Langdon, and the Regalia, Captain Thomas Collins, the latter intending to proceed home direct. Sailed this morning the Nereus, Captain Payne, for Port Dalrymple, - Passenger, Mr. William Emmett. The Admiral Cockburn, Captain Briggs, will sail this day for the Isle of France. The King George and Thalia, whalers, are on the eve of sailing for the coast of New Zealand. Remain in the harbour, the ships Mary, Mariner, and King George; and the brigs   Governor Phillips, and Thalia. The female prisoners, destined f...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 11 October 1823

"Government and General Orders. Secretary's Office Hobart Town,     Friday, October 10th, 1823. THE Officers at the Heads of the several " Public "Departments are hereby re squired to furnish to this Office, on or before the 20th instant, in Duplicate, the usual \ öfficiaMteports and Returns for the Quarter ending the 30th September, for His HONOR J; the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S Approval, ^preparatory to ¡their being forwarded to »His t J&CELLENJCY the GOVERNOR »IMA CHIEF* ?> By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, ¡ _- H. E. ROBINSON., Secretary*. Government and General Orders. . Government House, Hobart Town, Friday, October 10th, 1823. "R. ALLAN M'KINNON is appointed ,, Keeper of the Prison at Launceston. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, _H. E. ROBINSON, Secretary. ^Government Public Notice. THE undermentioned Persons have   obtained Certificates and Tickets of Leave during the last Week:   Certi...

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HOBART-TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 18 October 1823

HOBART-TOWN.   Sitting Magistrate– Thomas Bell, Esq.   SHIP NEWS.–The brig Ju- piter, Captain Thompson, of this port, arrived at Port Dalrymple, last week from Port Jackson. On Sunday last the transport-ship Mary, Capt. Steel, with female prisoners on board from England, sailed for Port Jackson ; as did also, for the same port, the ship Mariner, Captain Herbert. Same day the ship Admiral Cockburn, Captain Briggs, sailed for the Isle of France. –Passengers, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd, Miss Eliza Harris, and Mr. Purcell. The same day also, the brig Thalia, of this port, proceeded on a whaling voyage to the Coast of New Zealand. By the Jupiter, we learn the arrival at Port Jackson of the ship Earl St. Vincent, Captain Reeves, with 156 male prisoners from Cork ; and of the brig Allies, Captain Kirton, with merchandize and passengers from London ; but neither of these vessels have brought any English news by 5 or 6 weeks as late as what we have received in this Dependen...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 18 October 1823

                      Government and General Orders. Colonial Secretary's Office, 17th Sept. 1828   CIVIL DEPARTMENT.     The 29th Article of the Port Regula tions, established by Proclamation     bearing Date Sixth February, 1819, is re- pealed.             By Command of His Excellency   F. Goulburn, Colonial Secretary.                 Government Public Notice. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Thursday, October l6th, 1823.       IN Consequence of the continued Rains, and the Difficulty for some Days at least of Attendance at the Musters of the Dis-...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 18 October 1823

BANK OP VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. A CHARTER of. Incorporation, for a Banking Company in Van Diemen's Land, having been recommended to His EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR in CHIEF, by HIS HONOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR SORELL, and His EXCELLENCY having been pleased to approve of the Measure, a Draft of a Charter, assimilated to that of the Bank of New South Wales, has been transmitted, and laid before His HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, and will be now submitted to all Persons interested in the Institution. v Those Gentlemen, who have already sub- scribed for Shares, and such others as may be disposed to subscribe, are requested to attend a Meeting, at the Ship Inn; on Thurs- day next, the 23d Instant, at Twelve o'Clock, for further Consideration and Pro- motion of this Object. CARTWRIGHT & Ross, Solicitors. Vestry Rpopi, St. David's Church, October Vlth, 1823. DIVINE SERVICE will in future be performed in the Church oí St. David at Six o'Clock in the Evening, instead of Three, o'Clock in the Aft...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 25 October 1823

SUPPLEMENT GAZETTE. 1823. TO be Exchanged for an Unlocated Grant, a FARM of 700 acres, pleasantly situated on the River Jordan, 21 miles from Hobart Town, and only 10 from water carriage. There are 40 acres in crop, a good dwelling house, a well laid out garden, barn, stock- yards, and every requisite for a farming estab- lishment. To those Settlers who would wish speedily to take possession of their Farms, without the expence and fatigue of a first set- tlement, this opportunity will be found parti- cularly advantageous, as the proprietor is dis- posed to treat with any Gentleman on the most liberal terms ; the improvements and crop, should the parties prefer it, may be taken at a valuation, and a credit given for a proportion, if required. fcf» Apply to Mr. HODGSON, at Mrs. BIRCH'S, M acqu ari e-street._I TO LET, for a term of years not ex- ceeding 5 or 7, the under-mentioned ' FARMS, viz.- | A Farm of 200 acres, adjoining the Coal River Road, at the 12-mile stone, with a good but...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 25 October 1823

Government'Public Notice. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, October 2oth, 1823. THE General Muster in the Districts is, from the Continuance of the Rains, again unavoidably postponed One Week, viz. to Monday, 3d November, as follows : Clarence Plains, Monday 3d November Pitt Water, Tuesday 4th and .Wednesday 5th Coal River, Thursday 6th Bagdad, Friday 7th Jerico, Saturday 8th Ross, Monday 10th River Clyde, Chief District Constable Axford's, Thursday 13th Lower Clyde, (E. F. Bromley, Esq.) Saturday 15th Macquarie Plains, Monday 17th New Norfolk, Tuesday 18th and Wednesday 19th By Command of His Honor, H. E. ROBINSON, Secretary. Van Diemen's Land Bank. AT a MEETING of the PROPRIETORS, held at the Ship Inn, in Hobart Town, on the 23d Day of October, 1823, for the Purpose of considering the Draft Charter, and forwarding the Objects of this Institution, ANTHONY FENN KEMP, Esq. in the Chair; It was Resolve<jl, - That a Committee of Twelve Gentlemen be appointed to comp...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 25 October 1823

v . Governtnent Pulilif -Notice.l Çl^HE undermentioned Persons have ob JL r tained Certificates and Tickets of Leave during) the last Week:-*-* TI ,, > t t i, Certificates, < Charles Norton Somersetshire ' Thomas.Hodgson Lady Castlereagh James Rose,, ?-. < Sir* William Bensley ¡ William Wheeler " Almorah ¿ - » ¡ . William; $Hjs + Indefatigable Yargai ^Cummings Canada. ¡ ¡ Thomas Rodgers i Shipley, Port Dalrymple > John Laman " Sun ey .n,^ 4 ? Christ^ConolIy Almorah. ^ Tickets of Leave, William Brown ' Suney, Port.Dalrymple Thomas Chadaway Almorah, duplicate John Able£ Indefatigable, ditto ; James Britt ¡ Lady Castlereagh, ditto patrick ¡Kane , Minerva, ditto. > c * S H, E. ROBINSON, Secretary, Secretary's Office, Pet, 24,1823. " ,» " Commissariat Office, Sept, 25iA 1823. MEAT.-¿The following Quantities tobe delivered at'His Majesty's Magazine op me Dates, specified':- i J"'^ AT HOBART TOWN. lbs. Oct. 31 I-William- Field..?. .-. 6000 Nov. 7 ltDitto...w....

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—G. F. Read, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 25 October 1823

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—G. F. Read, Esq.     SHIP NEWS.—On Tuesday last arrived from England the transport-ship Albion, Captain W. R. Best, with 202 male convicts, two of whom having been taken in at the Cape of Good Hope, at which port she touched on her passage, during which no deaths have been experien- ced on board. The Albion left Portsmouth the 27th May, and brings out a guard of 32 rank and file of the 40th Regiment, under orders of Lieut. Low, of the same Regiment. The Surgeon Superintendant is Dr. Mercer, R. N.—Passengers, Mr. and" Mrs. Sweet- man, and three daughters. Remain in the harbour the ships Albion and King George (whaler); and the brig   Governor Phillips.     The Albion having left England nearly three weeks previously to the ship Mary, which brought female prisoners here a fort- night ago, we derive no later English news by this arrival. The Australian Company's ship Grenock,  ...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 1 November 1823

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate -Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. SHIP NEWS. - Arrived this morning from Port Jackson, the brig Ann, Capt. Moon. -Passengers, William Ker- ..     mode, Esq. Mr. Ranken, Mr. Williams, and Mr. Cadwell. Sailed on Tuesday last, the King George whaler, Capt. Bryant, for the fisheries, at- tended by her tender, the sloop Success. The prisoners from the ship Albion were landed on Monday; and, after the usual in- spection by the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, were assigned to their several employments. These prisoners had some cases of scurvy, but none died on the passage, and they landed in a generally healthy and orderly state. A General Meeting of the Proprietors of the Bank of Van Diemen's Land took place   this day at the house of EDWARD LORD,   Esq. in Macquarie-street, for the purpose of choosing Directors and other Officers. The business of the day commenced by the Proprietors paying down instenter the first instalment ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 1 November 1823

Government Public Notice. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, i Saturday, November 1st, 1823. THE.State of the Country from the Rains which hate continued most part of the Week, rendering the Attendance of the Settlers at the District Musters for severa^ Days very inconvenient, it is deemed expedient to defer f hem another Week, viz.-to the 10th of Novem- ber/ They will accordingly take Place as fol- lows:- " , Clarence Plains... .Monday, 10thNovember r»«^ w *. S Tuesday 11th Pitt Water.J Wednesday 12th Coal River.Thursday 13th ' - Bagdad.Friday 14th Jericho .Saturday 15th Ross .Monday 17th upper Clyde.Thursday 20th, . Lower Clyde.Saturday 22d Macquarie Plains.. Monday 24th ' NewN"rfo.k....{^ÄfyV By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, _ H. E.ROBINSON, Sectetary. To the Proprietors of Stock of the Bank of Van Diemen!s Land. GENTLEMEN, ERMIT me to offer myself as a Can- didate for the Offices of Secretary and Cashier of the Yan Diemen'« Land Bank, to which I am induced by the A...

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MARRIAGE.—THE NEW BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 8 November 1823

MARRIAGEv-THE NEW BILL. The Bill introduced into the House of Lords by the Archbishop of Canterbury; founded on the Report of their Lordships Committee on the state of the Marriage Laws generally, is en- titled ** An Act for amending the laws respeci ingthe Solemnization of Marriages in England." The following are its leading provisions; After the preamble of the expediency of this Act, it repeals after the 1st of November next the 26th George II. c. 33. (for the better pic vention of Clandestine Marriages) and 4 George IV c. 5. (an Act of the present Session repeal- ing certain provisions of the Marriage Act 'of last Session ) r ". It then enacts the publication of hanns, as at present practised ; also authorising such publi* cations in Chapels, bytbp JSishpp, with'the eon* sent of the Patron and Incumbent. Notice of the names, and place, and time bl abode of parties, to be given to Minister sevea days before publication of banns. .Ministers not punishable foy marrying minor* witho...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 8 November 1823

BRITISH EXTRACTS. AMERICAN COAL.-A most respectable and extensive commercial house in this town (Liverpool), has favoured us with the perusal of a letter, dated Philadelphia, Feb. 25, Stating, "There is on board the ship Lan-   caster, a specimen of American coal, direct- ed to your care. Several hundred thousand bushels of this coal, it is expected, will be brought down to this city the ensuing sum- mer, from an establishment which, last sum- mer, sent down seventy thousand bushels. In a very short time this city will become the Newcastle of America ; and this fuel, when applied to the astonishingly increasing manu- factories of this country, is destined to work a change between us and Great Britain, the extent of which cannot easily be foreseen." PITCAIRN'S ISLAND.-Extract from the report of the ship Hercules, of Calcutta, Captain John Henderson, from the coast of Chili, March 26, 1822.-" The Hercules arrived at Pitcairn's Island on the 5th of May, and landed the pres...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 8 November 1823

FOR SALE, at the Stores of F. CHAM- PION &Co. the under-mentioned Goods, just imported per Allies, Captain KIRTON:-   Hodgson and Co.'s pale ale and brown stout in   casks; an assortment of hardware and iron- mongery, including the following, articles, viz. iron-tinned pots and saucepans with covers, long handled frying pans, pit and cross-cut saws, plantation hoes,falling axes, steel wedges, with a variety of tools and implements ; also, superfine hats, corduroy, velveteen & fustain ;   cotton and silk, shawls and scarfs, &c. IMPORTED per Ann, from Sydney, and for SALE, very superior Cape Madeira, in pipes ; old red wine, in bottle ; Colonial manufactured soap; trowsers, of Mr. Simeon Lord's much approved manufactured cloth ; sickles, dipt candles, frying pans, and iron pots; men and women's black and coloured worsted stockings, olive and black velve- teen, black and brown velvet, stock-keepers', shoes; and a few pair o...

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