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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 12 August 1837

I have sworn upon tlio Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over tho Blind of Man." Thomas Jefferson. MINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN S. INGRAM. Volume I. BliOOKISBVRG, COIiUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1837. Number 16. U.i u a Vc3 i-t rirj C'W lite in- M ; lit e, tit ' sii d u i Sub tcJ I" F.s'(r gains? befort ft gruu in tbo '.As.,. Hf ; LAND OF THE WEST. 'rjfift JIT VV. II. OALLAC1IKII. iLiiroloT the West! thine early prim's FadS'fn the flight of harrying Time; 'Thynoblo forests fall, us sweep Europa's myriails o'er tho Deep; 'And 'thy liroad plains, with welcome warm, Rcccivo tho onward-pressing swarm: "On mountain height, in lowly vale, By,quict lake, or gliding river, Wherever sweeps the'ehaintesa gale, - Onward sweep they forever. Uh.inay they como with heart that no'er Can bend a tyrant's chAin to wear; With souls that would indignant turn, And proud Oppression's minions spurn, ,Vith.ricxvtes df stcql, and words of flume, "To striko and scar tho wret...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 12 August 1837

VARIOUS MATTERS. JGTlio "Business Convcriti6n," as it 'is terirfed, which assembled in Philadelphia -On the i '1st instant, and which was compo sed of Merchants, Manufacturers and Farm ers from every paftbfthc Union, without distinction of party, have reported their con viction of the cause of the existing pressure. Wo extract tho following from-a number of resolutions b'dopte'd by this body, without -further conimen:u Resolved, That gold and silver coin, -constitute the only constitutional standard for "the exchangeable value of property; and the issuing, or continuing as a general curren cy, Bank paper, which is not redeemable at all times in tho "precious metals, is unjust and unequal in its effects upon the people, and subversive of the best interests of the 'community. Resolved, That a Well regulated anil Well guarded system of-Bank credit, by which bills at all times TedeCmablo "in gold and sil ver, arc made to supply tho business wants of tlie community, constitutes one of th...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 12 August 1837

m IMPTiOVTNO THE STOCK. The crc.it Rhinoceros,, belonging to the travelling caravan of animals, recently vi.,n;fin,i onii HMttirirriw from the union ' Ho was at the last accounts wandering about in the low grounds of Ohio, mak ing merry with the good things of the West, a plenty of water and a profusion of green corn what more could ho desire JKihia lmrn is nxnltcd. but if he docs not eivc jlup before winter, Jic will stand a chance of ' tasting a climate Bitch as ho did not lind in Iflhe South of Asia, a season not to be spent (iin1 mud-puddles and fields. There is such aHhing as having too much liberty. . ' No less than thirteen of the fifty-six Sign- Vra nf the Declaration of American lnuc pendenco reached the ago of 80 ycais and fh. i :. lUUWillun! ..... Vl' -1 nornll rtf Tnrvlntiili Oil fCharlcs Carroll of Maryland, 'HVVm. Ellcry ol Kliouc island, tjltJohn Adams, of Massachusetts-, t8aniuel Adams, do. Mtobcrt Treat Paine, do. , ''Benjamin Franklin, do. . Vm. Williams, 6f Connec...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 12 August 1837

. SMSnB BSIBIPlBlBgg&IB'g'o From the Berkshire Ameiican. YrtE Dishonest UANicniiPT. Wc liavo not assntned this title as tiro It belonged to a -character of rare occur rence. Unfortunately for mankind, it is but too common. Humanity has wept ai us irequent appearance, and justice seems to hare drawn closer the bandage over her eyes, that she-might the more 'cf- fcctually hide fr6m her view its hideous deformity. Wc how refer to that species of'bank- rupt, who has fraudulently taken the be nefit of the insolvent bet, by concealing ins wcaitn, or who has afterwards acqui ted riches, but still continues to withhold from his creditors their just dues, and de rides the claims of tqUUy, which, though like a chained lion they cannot be divest ed of their strength, are rendered inert by tlic shackles of the law, Among the Creditors of tli'o bankrupt are frequently to be found the widow and the orphan, the mechanic and the laborer, whose dues are kept back by fraud, and Whoso wretchedness...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 19 August 1837

DEMOCRAT. I have sWofn upon tho Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Blind of Man." Thomas Jefferson. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN S. INGRAM. COLUMBIA "Volume I. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1837. Number 17. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, t rn-tr.-pT'cl HEW GOODS. VThe COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifti) Cents, if not naid within the near. fNo subscription will betaken for a shorter period than six months; nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages are discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a I snuarc will be comvicuoushi inserted at jjf ,, One Dollar for the first thric insertions, 'and Twcntii-iive cents for everu subse- qucnt nserlion. CT A liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year. giLETTERS addressed- on business; must vc pusi JUllU. AND WIMfcESliARRE LINE OF (MAIL STAGES vw observed a notice in tho...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 19 August 1837

JVAlttOUS MM'TEKS. SHIP PENNSYLVALIA. The subjoined proposition is made by "the Editor of the Boston Mercantile Journal. Wo second his motion. Headers! You who are in favor of the motion, say Aye! Those who are of th'e contrary opinion, say No! If the question were put in this form to the body of the people, we believe it vfdUldbc carried Without a division, and almost unanimously. The ship Pennsylvania is launched, arid we hope she will not be.suflcrcd to remain inactive, rotting at our dockyards. The fihin, if she is so fine a specimen of naval architecture "its has been represented, and wo have no occasion lo rdopbt 'it, should be sent abroad She shbuld visit many, ports in countries where our merchants are in the liabit of trading, and her tremendous Lattery Vould be more effectual in" causing the 'stirs fcttd stripes" to be respected, and to secure to 'Our American citizens honorable ;and courteous treatment, than could be ef fected by thb most ahle and diplomatic cor responden...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 19 August 1837

''-SbxAs 'o threatening to "blor up" our rentablo ncigliborby establishing th'b Dem- Jcratfor calling on his advertising cUsto- nersUdvlthdraw their support it is all Iame?" TVo neither made such threats 'nor ich calis. Our motto of '"live and let foe" has always governed us in dealing vith brptlter-typos of every political party; ,nd woliopb tho same liberal characteristic jf our favorite profc&sioft may accompany is through' lifer. In Ye'grfrcl to the legal proceedings insli uted agalrtst him, ho w entirely mistaken. iVas contrary to our wishes and inclina- ions that?" we obeyed the instructions of iir 'client In tho case alluded to', and we an assure our neighbor, thai since 'then, to liavd' oh more than one occasion rc ected fees, and declined giving legal ad icc,"',uhdor similar circumstances. If ho Rants' ".tSic names 6f parties he is perfectly volcomouo them. ' : - ' COMMUNICATIONS'. i -MrJlharam: Tho next election is near it'Htmdi'and as no candidate has yet been cepmnje...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 19 August 1837

fett S?r6m the Knickerbocker.' TRUST IN HEAVEN. Thik world la all a fleeting fthdw, For man's illusion given; The smiles of joy, the team of wo, Deceitful thine, deceitful flow There's nothing trte but hcaveni Trustin heaven! when o'er ihypath, "'Cloudtt'ftnd tempest come in wrath: 'When thy grief oppresscth thec, Whcn'obscured'thy'prospecU be, "When around thco mists are driven Heed them not, 1m t trust in hcaveni Trust in heaven! when Tnorning lifts Up her head, and casts her gifts, "Light and dew, upfin the earth; When she brings the blossoms forth; Till shall shine the stars of even. Tor a safeguard, trust in heaven! Trust in heaven! when there atar Burnetii many a glorious star; 'Canst 'thou doubt, when thus their light, Gleams unshaddwfcd through the night, "That protection may bo given "To thy pillowl trust in heaven! "Trust in heaven! when one by one Bwccttho waves of hope'glido on, Leaving thco a "Wreck at'last On the shore whence they have passed; Though my heart bo wrung ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 26 August 1837

DEMOCRAT. 'I liavo sworn upon tlio Alfar of Cod, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN S. INGRAM. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, AUGUST 26,' 1837. Number 18. w A . (.; raw u- . i. -- - h -JKB . TjgggVoliunc I. lit. unrw mm,- Ml R m c mm VJ . hoi From the Mountaineer. ( POPULAR MELODIES. to. 2.3 Tune "lltyal Charlie" timos! Hani times! is now the cry,. iTho country's in confusion ! Thollanks have stopped! and still they try To mystify delusion: ii liev Rive us trash, .And keep the casli, send across the waters, ro pay for tilings f They toughtfrom Kings, , :j..ti i i t gun uur huiih uuu uuugmursi Clionus'. 'hen to the Polls ve nolle souls! The Hantcs man crv for mftirtcrs.' ' Wut hear their doom (CVtiikt siialViiescjie, 'pOJorJeit all their charters! jiKhall ConroitATioNR rulo the soilj -SCThat Washington defended 1' "J Must honest people sweat and toil, 'VAnd see their rights "suspended?' 'jMust ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 26 August 1837

V GENERAL 'JACKSON'S LETTERS. Wc republish tlio following letters, from Gener al Jackson to tho editors of tho Waohington Globe. Iermitaok, July l)j 1837. Now is the lime to separate tho gdvem merit from all hanks receive and "disburse the revenue in nothing but -gold anil silver coin, and the circulationofourcoin through all publip disbursements will regulate tho currency forevdr licrcafter keep "the gov ernment free froth all embarrassment, while it leaves the ebirimercial community to trade upon its own capital, and the banks lo ac commodate it with such exchange and cred it as best suits their' own interests both being money makirig concerns, devoid of patriotism, looking alone to their own in terests, regardless of all others. It has Tjeen, and ever will be, a curse to the gov ernment, to have any entanglement or in tcfest with either, or more than a general superintending care of all. , lBut the commercial community hitherto has been fostered by the Government, to the great in...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 26 August 1837

lOt as "TIllJTIl WITHOUT fEAIl'." Saturday, August 26, 18B7. EEMOTAL. The Office of the "COJVn BIA DEMOCRAT" is rchkoVcd to the Building ad joining W. Bof)ison's Stage Office. IjAW Office next door. 70ur readers will perceive from the advertisement of the Sheriff", that a County Treasurer will be elected on the second Tuesday of October next, agreeably to a jato'act of Assembly for Columbia county. Wo liave heard no person mentioned for this office; and all wo hope is that a good accountant and genuine Democrat may be put injfnomination by our County coiivcn tionvV'i . . 'ICpCofrouEss meets on the 4th of next month; and after receiving the President's Message, which will bb delivered on the day following, we shall be better able to anticipate what measures will be adopted by- the general government to obviate the cVisting pressure. IjGTWe arc authorized to state that any reports, now in circulation relative to any 'change in the political principles of John FRtotT, Esqi are without ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 26 August 1837

THE ILt-FATED HEN SllEHttOD, nr a surrr.nKn. "On Sunday moriiing the 7th.flay of May, 1837, flic steamboat lien Sh'cirdd, urttler the command of Capt. fC'astlcnian, was "repairing to leave the lcvcev at New Or leans. She vas thronged with passengers. Many a beautiful and interesting woman "that morning was busy In arrangeihg the little things incident to travelling, and they all looked forward with high and certain hope to the end of their journey. Little innocent children played about the cabinj ' and would run to the guards now and then to wonder in infantine language, at the next boat, or the water, or something else that drew their attention "t)h, look here, jnumy"!. Ulilli liivu tiiab uuut uuaihi;li;u "I wish I was going by her," said Henry musingly. The men too were urgent in ' their arrangements of the trunks, and get ting on board sundry articles which a ten idays pas'sage rendered necessary. In fine, -all seemed hop6, joy, and certainty. ' The cabin of the Ben oherrou was o...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 2 September 1837

W THE CIIMMBIA MMOCM I liavo sworn upon the Altar of Cod, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mlnil of Man." Thomas Jefferson. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY J01IN S. INGRAM. m to Inm'c I. iti BIOGRAPHY. ' From tho Boston Atlas. 'GEN. RICHARD MONTGOMERY. Richard Montgomery was born in Ire land, in the year 1737, and was a member ofamost respectable family in the north part of that couniry. They arc not of "the titled nobility, but arc of such a standing "asrcspects property and character, that athey4 associate with the lushest in the land. - This was the standing of tho family when Richard was born, and such it continues to "to to the present day. tYrV$775, when troops were raised for ' the Continental service in these (then) Col onics, Mr. Montgomery was found residing on tho banks of the North River, in the State of New York. He had previously b6en in the British service, and been on tluty'with his regiment in this country, and had, in soldiers' phrase, seen a great deal...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 2 September 1837

POLITICAL. THE CRISIS. By the prudence, decision and 'firmness or the republicans of 1800, tho deep foun 'dations then laid for establishing a monar chical government in these States, were broken up. The alien find sedition laws wcro repealed, and llio bank aristocrats who had identified themselves with tho govern--went, were stripped of their power. The same power now as then, is struggling to establish a, monied oligarchy upon the ru ins of republican 'government. The torics add federalists of 1800, arc the bank whigs and antimasons of 1837. Mr. Jefferson once said: "Tho federal ists now call themselves republicans, but 'Hhc name alone is changed their prinei "'plos are tho same. The parties of Whig "and Tory are thosC of nature. They 6x "ist in all countries, whether called by these "names, or by those of aristocrats and.dcm "ocrats, wings and radicals, scn-ilcs and "liberals. The sickly, weakly, timid man "fears the people, and is a tory by nature: ""The healthy, strong and bold...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 2 September 1837

r' Ik . 1 )5 -THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. ijf yi'TnCTU WITHOUT FBAVl." SATURDAY, SEPT. 2. 1837. REMOVAL. Th? OHicc of lic "COlYSJiW BIA IWElTIOCIiAT" is removed to thc?JRtiiI(Ung adjoining; W. Robison'r Stage SMfiee. LAW Office next door. Our'Own Affairs. Jl few of our pa- tions nave complied with our terms the bility to spread 'this denial before our read--rrtony navc entirely overlooked our claims, ers in time to have effect upon the Dele- ,1!nn,l.niilnWii nftmivlillfT I irttfi nlnnlmno tlilt!f.ll irn 1 1 rtl 1 1 fliiaVlt. Kit tho establishment of a new press our ex- Uio esiaDiisnmcni. oi a new jm:3 uui ua- ''..ipc'nscsfand necessities they would doubt- ' lcHSpla'nk down the rhino;" and we hope this gciftle hint may have the desired cllcct. Tho'chara'cter and execution of a newspa- per "rhamly depends upon the punctuality of its patrons; forhy complying with its terms, - theyigivo an impetus to the editor's cxer- ' tiorisV'afford the means necessary to pro- curqTgopd materials, and thu...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 2 September 1837

illiMEMBUANCES. 'Oft M tho hour when evening throws Its gathering shades o'er vale and hill, While half the scene In .twilight glow, And half in sun-light glories still Tho thought of all thotYre have been, And hoped and feared in life's long way Remembrances of joy and pain, Come mingling with tho Close of day. The distant scene of youth's bright dream, The smiling green, the rustling tree; Tho murmur ofthe grass-fringed stream, The "bounding of the torrent free The friend, whose tender voice no moro Shall sweetly thrill tho listening car, The glow that Love's firei vision wore, And disappointment's pangs are here. "lut soft o'er each reviving sccno Tho chastening hues of memory spread; Aud smiling each dark thought between, Hope softens every tear we shed O thus, when Death's long night comes en, Atri its dark shades around me lie, May parting beams from Memory's sun Blend softly in my evening sky! ECCENTRIC HOSPITALITY. During the late American war a soldier who had been wounded ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 September 1837

iin MJ10IBAT. I havo Buorii upon tlio Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Mail." Thomas Jefferson. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN S. INGRAM. B5BliOOMSBUI2.Gr, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, -SEPTEMBER 9, 1837; Number 20. -dm' ! nca nie le, i itott ecoa oil m -tS yro (port 1U. g bo uttt in! Jr. "';0Wlt!E OP THE DEMOCRAT, Next door to Rodiso's Stage Omen; TKefiOLUMDM DEMOCRAT icill be published every Saturday morning, at TlVOp OLLARS per annum , payable Half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year. No.suoscriplion will betaken for a shorter period than six months: nor any discon tinuance permitted, itrilu all i 'are discharged. 'arrearages ADVERTISEMENTS Hot exceeding a ? square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first thrccmscrtiolis, ' ' and Twenty-five, cents fpr e'very sitbsc (fiicnt nserlion. fZP A liberal discount piade to those who advertise by the year. ' LETTERS addressed on business, mu...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 September 1837

Democratic Convention. Ata Convention bftho Democratic Dele gates of Columbia 'county, friendly to, and supporters of tho present administration of the General Government, convened pursu ant to public notice by the Standing Com mittee of said county, at tho house of Dan jel Gross, in the town of Bloomsburg, on Monday the 4th day of September, 1837. ISAAC KLINE, Esquire, of Fishing Creek, was chosen Chairman, pro tern. and Frederic?: Frick, of Mahoning, and Major JYeal M'Cay, of Dcrry, Secretaries, for the organization of the Convention. Upon examining tho certificates, it ap peared that tho following persons were re turned as Delegates. The instructions are subjoined, where Instructions were eiven; Bloom Delegates; John S. Ingram, Ja cob Hauchabuch. Instructions: for As sembly. Daniel Gross: Sheriff. John Fruit Brhtrcrcek Delegates; S. F. Headty, David Itcmly. Instructions; for Assent bly, E. O. Jackson; Sheriff, Elias M'Hen rv: Commissioner. Stephen Baldy; Treas urer, Hugh M'Willia...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 September 1837

CATTAWISSA RAClS. I .rtl . 7)tf9tn linn !nmi -. .1 n nT enrlna A P I the Cnttawissa Hridgo Company Shm-plas-tcrs. With the exception of better paper, they differ but a trifle in appearance from the previous issue. While noticing this now article of illegal currency, wo would morclrcmark, that Specie cannot bo ob- taincdfJn the country for the purposes of fchangc being 'locked up in the vaults of theUlifTcrcnt Hanks; and that those of our distant patrons, who feel inclined to do so, may transmit current Shin-pliisterS in pay ment, for their subscriptions 16 the "Colum bia -Democrat." Our abhorrence for Shin- plastgrst remains as heretofore ; but we arc reluctantly compelled to receive these vile issucaj.of the rich, or deny ourselves the gra tification of having the wherewithal to con duct bur business. - rrl'r MARRIED On Tuesday morning last, at St. Georges Church, New Yorjs, by the Ilcv. Dr. Mil. nor, the Rev. Alviikii Loi-iikhdaui:, lateof Phil adelphia, nnw Rector of the Sunlmry ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 September 1837

mis !EaiPiaiBgis'3'o a THE BRIDAL EVE. A TALK OF BOSTON IN THE OLDEN' TIMES. In a retired avenue in the rear of Wash ington street, and neaY ' the! 'eVer-'to -be re membered 'Old Sotli,' stands a' Venerable pile, surmounted by the uncouth figure of a grim son of tlie forest, yet known as (lie Province house. -This building WasohcC tho gay head quarters of the commander in ' chief of England's -colohial troops, Yes, ' that antique relic of a departed ago where now tho busy and important 'cit' resorts to ' enjoy his 'Havana,' and recruit his tempo ral mart with life's luxuries, was, in bldch times, the pi"oud court of -a icing's military ambassador. Some ix months after the incidents pffir ccding, were seated round a table in 'this mansion, a few gay young oflrccrs of the English aritiy. Mirth and hilarity seemed to reign 'triumphant. Among the number not the least conspicuous, sat Lord B nd if the "human face divine'"' be an in dex to the heart, he would havn been pro nounced the hap...

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