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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 25 August 1849

<???III If iMiim ???<. W.WI U|I uniwy From (he Carolinian. Hf oii-Iiitervciil son. The Signs are increasing every day of n.~ .?-? :?'! ' " ,v 41IV iiuiviniMuiii'm oi iiiq uomocratio party North, to discard from their political crc<*(t the doctrines of the Wilaiol Proviso, ?nd to adopt the constitutional principle of strict mm-interferenco upon the nan ijuconun. open King oi uie letter of Gen. Cuss, embracing tills wholesome doctrine,, the Goshen, New York, Republican says: "This letter I.-; the ablest and soundest political' document we have seen from any quarter siicetlu: days of Gen. Jack-on. We arc not without hope that it will have an influence for irood uoon thn Di'mrwinf , # c r" ', ",vv"" ic Conciliation Convent: '>out to be held in this State." The Pittsburg Post says: "To assume that Congress has the power to establish tltii try ic/urc it dors not r. r ist, only makes the converse of the proposition true, that Congress have the power to abolish slorcrt/ where it...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 25 August 1849

]?IISCE1I4^I^1S. ? -gg g$reS5 r~" BV MRS. HARRIET BKACUEf. KTOWK. "A Utile child ^Iin.11 lend thorn." une co.u morning i iookou into a milliner's shop, unci there I saw a hale, hearty, well browned young fellow from the country, with his I<Jng*uart-whip nnd a lion shag coat, holding up some matter, and turning it about in his great first.? And what do you suppose it was? A baby's bonnet! A little soft blue satin hood, with us.van**: down border, white as the new-fallen snow, with a frill of rich blonde around the edge. By his side stood a pxetty woman, holding with no small priuc the baby? for evidently it was a baby. Any one eould read that fact, in every glance, as they looked at each other, and at the little head, and then at the large blue uncon hcious eyes nnd fat dimpled checks of the little one. It was evident that neither of them had ever seen a baby like that before. "But, really, J/ary," said the young man, "is not three dollars very high?" Mary very prudently said noth...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 1 September 1849

KEOWEE COURIER. " TO THJNE OWN SELK HE THUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS TIIE NIU1IT THE DAY, THOU CAN*BT NOT THEN HE FAUE TO ANY MAN." VOL. 1. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., SATURDAY,SEPTEMBER 1, 1849. NO. 16 w w? iwwmw> n a. i juwm i iwi ?? iiiiiwi i?wwni - THE TirvT.:-- s. KKOWI4I? COURIER, PRINTED AND I'UUUBUSD WEEKLY BV W. II. TR1MMIKR. J. \V. NORRIS. JR.. ) - - E. M. KKIT1I, ' \ KUltor8Ono Dollar nnd Fifty Cents for ono ycar'n mibscription when r'^i'l within thrco months I Two dollar* if payment is delayed to the close I of the fUilttcriptioQ year. All Subscriptions not clcorly limited, vrill he j considered ns made for an inuofinitc time, and | oontinuod till n discontinuance is ordered and all arroiir i^os paid. Advertisement* inserted nt *75 cento per MHimrn for iKo fir;* ' n ~A *' " >?.iimvihi?,iuiuoi hh io)* each continued insertion. Liberal deductions made to those advertising by tlie veur. ZW AH Oommnnicatiorts should be address- j cd to the Publisher post paid. from r/ic...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 1 September 1849

.." I! . .1 ?11 I J..J.A " [/'Vom the Carolinian.] T*ic Democracy ol* New YorU. TKo AVliior nrpusps of t.ho flontli. far *lir? past few weeks, have been revelling in the luxuiy of an opportunity to denounce the Democratic party nt the North. Coalition?coalition of the Buffalo platform? has been announced as the result of the ??*.w vvu fvuiiuai */* uiu nt ivuiiii;, Now York; but we rejoice to say they nrc disappointed. The main body of the Democratic party of New York have resolved to adopt no platform but tlie ancient one of the nartv. embodied in the resolutions of tlic Baltimore 6Yonv ntion. These resolutions hold to the doctrine of non-intervention?denying the right of Conorres.s to legislate on slavery, leuvmcr Iho subject whore it rightfully belongs, in the hands of the peoplftwirhcn organizing u State Government. Wc are glad there has been no coalition , it increases our faith in the republican principles of the groat Democratic party, and gives us an earnest that it is alone ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 1 September 1849

thousands in n lucrative office also conferred by General Taylor?the hravo and weather-beaten Lane, in the fur-off wilds of Oregon, is removed and branded with the brand of this infamous administration." "Why did General Taylor omit to announce this detestable net until the Indian election had taken place, lie showed lit'' 2 of the soldier by this timid and shrinking delay. As it is, he. may console himself that Iudiana has done her dutv to thr. country, by rebuking his administration without being instigated to it by the removal of her most cherished sou. General Lane will be vindicated in good time by those who scorn the ingratitude of the present contemptible regency." \tr * --- v? oykn iuoN.? Wo see it staled in tho newspapers that Jl/essrs. Wickersham & Walker, of Philadelphia, have a patent for the manufacture of woven iron, by which tliey are enabled to weave iron as largo as railroad bars, or the smallest description of wire. They arc now applying ;? ii.? c ii- ' 1 iv ni...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 1 September 1849
Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 8 September 1849

POURIER. DAY, THOU CAN'ST NOT THEN DE FALSE TO ANY MAN." iDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1841). NO. 17 3| mi MP i ii i ni !??w?? ? nn? i ' J BEAT. !~i a lone .'to tlio.se 'e testnreceutly English Inpu-ml on f.om the to the tvers of verncd ition of > have 1 history for his y, been One of >- imend i-iing up d ? done - ftcraiiiHt I,? XII., i of the >f princes ivras an ind the n ?'?the i, nan sosnr ennd and 1 I, (111(1 in her - fed by Ho !*J>t nf 11 \ Vl *'?r .. ;rcforc ,f I - , ifiKir.n i of the 9. _ , lurkey kynrds - mi 11:IJ t)f the entire lie fall " ;.le tojish as r r ?,the . 1 I 0 , ??:? in he:e, ic k 3 aacity j stnima(J U)iv}i, ,t ed ho ^ much 1(1 j i -o ed to t'lhivo- 1 Ill vc P ' , or e are , iot to . more Prn.rt 1 * >rced 1 bthat 1 lat so 1 >e ac- 1 ,n lidcal r?the it f ope. 1 ' great 1 'ie was * : | a ?d 1 who ' of fgln : ln- Ic> 1 he < >n" Fake 1 ff'Chui. 1 lu- e- <t J i a by 1 10 who ! )n" tat- J ' 1,11 ' J fou u ,x. inpst : ur- h-e ^ You may cull on. leered...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 8 September 1849

'IP III II i L Iimi mil III HI ? [From the N. O. Picayuiw, August 20. tfEWS FllOM TAMPA BAY. iViij. W. W. J/orris, commandant at I F<Jrt lirooke, nnd nt present the acting Indian agent for the Scminolo.8, in the absence of Mr. Spencer, received on the the SiOth imst., a \vhitc Hag from the Indians by the hands of Philhpoe, a Spaniard, residing at Hara Sotn. Phillipee, startled by an account of the murders at Pease CVcck, left with others the settlement at Sara <Sfota, but return- ] ing on the 18th Inst., found his house and property untouched, and this Hag attached to his door. It is lflMte of white crane leathers, f-rminnr a small flour bound on it with string of white heads in a sni?ill niece of smoking tobocco, the sign used by How Legs, Kin^ of tlie Seminoles. Phillipee s intelligence enabled him to read the signification thus: " JFe desire pcacc, wish to communicate, smoke and hold a peace talk." lie left signs, stating the time the flag was found, and that at full moon h...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 8 September 1849

~ . . ? Ml. ? FOREIGN NEWS. [ Telegraphed to the Charleston Courier.] Baltimokk, Aug. 31. The Caledonia arrived nt Halifax on Fridny, and the accounts by hor wore cx i pressed to St. John's to-any. 1 Accounts from Liverpool, under date of the 18th instant, state thai tlve Danish blockading squadron had 'eft the Elba. Commeroc was resuming its activity. I The United States frigate St. Iaixot rence left Bremerhavon for a cruise in the Bnltic. Almost every branch of trade was in> proving in Liverpool, at the lift accounts. ipi.. > * I a ne proauee markets were fu..y supplied, i and buyers were operating freely at rather higher rates. KN GLAND. There is no news of moment The London journals fitld great difficulty in filling their columns with attractive matter. The 1 Queen's visit to Ireland has terminated with the most part of lhc people. FRANCE. The Assembly, after sitting for upwards of eighteen months, has adjourned. ' At the last sitting, but one application was made to prose...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 8 September 1849

POjGTBY. T.iE KN'iOlira PLEDGE rmox THE UKRMAN Or HEUWEUlt. The tedious night at length bath pusn'd; Inborn! tohor.-el we'ilridous tat Ah ever bird did fly. tj-4 i.?. .1 ilrtl UUV UIC IliVIIllii^ IUI in v ?i??* , Krau Wirthin, oue last goblet fill, W o*ll drain u ere we die I Thou youthful grass, why look'at so green} bcon dyed in blood of mine, 1 ween, With damask ro?o thou'It vie. The goblet here! with nword in hand 1 pledge the first, ray fatherland. Oli! blcss'd for tliee to diel Again our mailed hands raiRC the cup, Freedom, to thee wc drink it up. Low may that coward lie Who fails to pledge, with heart and hand, The freedom of our glorious land? ller Freedom, ere we die 1 Hiii* oiMtrno V.u4 nli f 4l?n rvlnan iu r?lnQf vui r> ifvn uuv nui vtiv v?v.?u, The cannon thunder* grasp the spear? We'll pledge thcui in a wgh. Now, on the Foe like thunder crashl We'll bcathe them as a lightning flash, And conquer, though we die t [From the South Carolinian.] LINES. Tlicrciea aweet and ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 15 September 1849

[ KEOWEE COURIER. " TO THINK OWN 8KLK UK TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS TIIK NIOIIT THIS DAY, THOU CAN'BT NOT TIIKN UK KAL8B TO ANY MAX." VOL. I. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1849. NO 18. I THE abide the certain infliction of the ucnultv notice is ir'ivAn imt > ,l""" " ''"r !j<& n A hf V '? H'? R'j * <5 fi'? K It , 1'IUNTI.lt AM) rVnLl?ll];D \V) I KI.V IIV W. II. TKIMMIKH. .T. W. NOJIRIS, Jit., ) K. M. K KITH. J lwUlw Ti's.'ii* -wmt-' ii nuiik Oiw D 'V.nr ..ul 1 "itiy f'cnt.s fur one year'* fubierip'fon when paid within three months, Two dollnr.s if payment is delayed to the clone of tlu' Mib.'eription year. All niih-criplions not clourh limited, will he eon it m.ulo for mi, indefinite time, and continued till a discontinuance i< ordered aud all arrearages paid. AdifirtiMmntt* inserted at 7f> Cents per > quart) lor the lirst insertion, and 37 1-2 ct*. for each continued instfrlion. Liberal deductions j made to lho.;o advertising by the year...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 15 September 1849

wpmn i m ill The Expedition ag?iii*t CdtM. The following extract is from a New York letter to the Washington Union, wad has obtained some credence. If true, the information will be regarded as important as showing a deliberate and set tleu design on the part of the Cubans to throw off the Spanish yoke. We must be content to await with patience further developments : "Under these circumstances, and under tho holiof that, tlw? Enrrlish. French, nnd American population of the island will glad y exchange the antiquated rule of old Spain for laws, institutions, privileges, and influences in the State more in accordance with the spirit of the age, a large number of wealthy Creolo families and individuals are preparing to assert the independence of the island on the first favorable opportunity. They have bought urms, military stores, Ac., to a large ex- I tent in this country and England, almost all of which have long since passed beyond the jurisdiction of the United States and Great Brit...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 15 September 1849

s ... i at.1.jsgggj! .Vajosty. The insurgents haw transmit' ted their power to Georgy, aiul he has midc an unconditional surrender to the Russian*, and Mm}, liis nvrminl?? will 1*? Follow ol. Some soy Georgy has proved a traitor nmi been bribed. The submission of the IIuni#ntians mid i - O # ------- : the important fact of the termination of the war, had no effect on the tmnsactions in public securities in London.? The Engfiah securities fluctuated hut slightly* Dates from Havana to the 2Dth ult., hove boon rcceivcd ;it Mobile, brought l>y the steamer (Severn, Letters in appear the Delta stating that a great exeitement prevails throughout the Island of Cuba? The Captain General has called out a force of 4000 men, ami larw limbos <>r I ? 0 ~ troops have boon sent to Pnncept\ Trinidad and "St, Ja^jo, wlucli towns, it was rumored, j were in a slute of insurrection. i The English Consul had written to Ja? ?naica to send more ships for the protectiit* of Hi itish propertyThe Cap...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 15 September 1849

? null IUIIIIJH | II .IP"**"***"1 POJETKY. LET US GIVE THANKS! BV IttlM COOK. Let us Rite thanks' with grutcful soul, To nim who scndetli all; T.i lf.'m -,.11 Autl 'see* n sparrow fall.' Though grief and tears ninv dim our j<>y?, And euro and strife arreat, Tin man too often ihut alloys The lot hiB Maker bloat; "While BWDbliinc light t the boundless 8ky, And devr-drops feed tlio nodWhile stars and rainbows live on hiirh? Let us give thanks to God. "Wo till the earth in labor'n health, "\Y'e plant the acorn cup; The ileitis are crowned With golden wealth, The green trees Hjiringcth up: The sweet eternal waters gush Froin fountain and from vale: The vineyards gu*h with purple flush, Tlio yellow hop-leaves trail; And while the harvest flings its gold, And cowslips deck tho nod? "While limpid streams nre clear and cold, Let us give thanks to God. The flower yields its odor breath, As gentle winds go past, The grasshopper that lurks beneath (-'hints merrilv niuJ fnaf The ring-dove ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 22 September 1849

KEOWEE COURIER 4'""'TO THINK OWN-S8I.I' ?E TKVK, AND 11 Ml.*8T fc'OLLOW, AS THE NIGHT TWi DAY, THOl OAs'sT NOT THEN UK VAbSU TO ANY MAS." .. I VOL. 1. PTOKKNS COIMt'l' HOUSE, S. C, SATURDAY,SEPTEMBER! 38, !H1!>. ISO. 19 -.^ J 'JLlJLL'L'l _ _ ' 'l?*^ I ! nr.. I ...I. I. ?- 1 - I TUB KI:owi:K COI rikk, ruiXTr.n and rvai.isui.p wkhklv vr v W. 11. T1UMM1EV .T. W\ NOUUIS, Jit., ) j .,lt^ irl.'ifinir ' 1-iumrs. <* xii. nr/iiit, ) One rJollaf nhd Fifty Tents for one yonr%? fcuh.scr'mtloii when jvu<l within three months Twn dollars if payment U delayed to the close <>f the subscription year. All jAfbscputioiu nut cleorlv limited, w ill bo - i < vuu^ucivu ?1T? imiuu iur an lnuciuilio mw\ mm continued (ill a dWontWuancy is ordered and .n'l arrearages paid. vAdwrlinimcnta inserted al *75 rents per *qnnrcft?- Ac fiTrftinwrtioo, and 37 1-2 etc. l'ur acli continued insertion. Liberal deductions inadc to those kdv^rtismg by tbo Year. All (Virtnlnnioations should be addre.-s<cc...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 22 September 1849

T\c Jltd Il%v&r Ovtrjioie.?We have already published screrol short accounts of the great overflow in Red River, but the fiillowinir. from the Ali>*umltift tl.n \ JUptMiean, extra, or the 91st ult., is fuller than any account wc have yot seen : "The extraordinary and unheard of flood of Red River has j ut it altogether * bevend our notrcr t/> r?r?ntimin Mi# wmi. l?r weekly ?*suc3 of our piper. Topimt th?,sxtrn, giving a brief account of the calamity, terrible, awful and overwhelming a* It most truly U, it will be ncceaaary for ?s to work in water throe feet deep on one of the highest 6rat floors in town. - MV V?MW\>V VI ?UV VVUI?I>I T t men of sixty and seventy, who were bom and raised fiere, say tb t the water has never been as high as it is now during their existence. As far as we have boon aMo to learn, it extends from hill to hill every where, covering, except a few high spots, all the alluvial lands on both sides t\f H Rivol* an Rit?Ai*o Pn?wl DA v? 4 v. v. , v?*...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 22 September 1849

-S*? ' H?I?ii-I..1. '! AT PUBLIC SALE, At Pickens Court Houftfe. ny order or tub court of equity, On the first Tuesday after the fifth Monday in October next, seventl tracts * * * wi viuuuuie junnu, appertaining to the Kstnte of the late J. E. Colhoun, lying on the Twelve file and Kcowee Riven*, in the nieghborhood of Pendleton Village, to wit: . Tract No. 2, containing 524 acre?, on the Western side of Twelve Mile River. on the road leading from Pendleton Village to Pickens Court House, adjoining the lands of J. and E. Laurcnce, F. N. Garvin and others. Tract No. 4, 432 acros, on the Eastern sido of Twelve Mile /fiver, (called the Saw Milltratt,) adjoining lands of John . T. Sloan. Tract No. 5, 134 acres, adjoining the &amc, Z. Powers and others, nnd also on the public road. Tract No A r>ifi nn ? . - . ? - ?.. v mvI l IIV wchvi til tract. Tract No. 7, 420 acres, adjoin'ng landB of J. XV.. Crawford, J, C. Calhoun and others. Tract No. 8, 291 acres, within J 1-2 milos of Pendl...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 22 September 1849

ww^wiiw??w?i?g??iwgM?yiw'g* rontuv. [From the Charleston Mercury.] "tiik spinrrs of the aih," Time toll'd tlic liour when midnight mounts hef tlirone, In i?H the pomp which sileneo can impart, And darkness said that all ray hopo-i were pone; Oh then how sweet 'twas to this broken heart. The aluio.tf voicolc.is Spirits of the Air, Vntup'rlng, "thou mounnr, thy la?t hoJne i" here." For I hail sat nic on the icy grave Of her my heart had truly, madly loved, Tho' skill had fail'd Iter earthly form to save, I felt her nj>ir it was not far removed; Awl ol? 'tva* bli-is to be remembered there, i.ov<'U nnci aaorcu ny .--pirns 01 uic /\ir. The ru'tUnv o' 'he wings nround my head, Hpoke more distinctly than tlic loudest wor.ls; "These nre the Airy man dons of the dead;" An I to the holy l'atmos Unrd record*:* For when lie saw the visions of the air: Where could that vi -ion be if 'twas not bore. One foot on earth, the other high m Heaven, The f Ladder's golden rounds which now I see. Wh...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 29 September 1849

% KEGWEE COURIER. ?TO TJMNE OWN SELF DB TKUE, AND IT Ml'ST FOLLOW, Afl THE WIOHT THK DAY, TIIOU CAN'ST NOT THEN UK FALSE 10 ANY MAN." t 1_! ; ? i J ; ' VOL. 1. FICKENS COURT HOUSE,'S. C., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1819. NO. 20 % m THK ' [Ccaroppondonco oftlie Savnruxniijlepublicnn.] | cent ontviifroc n\..s *' Jfrcrfrmm/H?** ?JUV ww MJMC4 II Illl'iK ) raiNtKn AND rvnustiKn VEKKJ.T BY IV. Tt. TRLMMIER, J. W. NORRIrf, Jn., ) y.. K M. KEITH, \ Klhtors? One Dollar and Fifty Cents for one year's subscription when paid within three inontlus Two dollars if payment is delayed to the closc of the Bubacription year. AH subscriptions not clearly limited, will be ronsiderod ns made for an indefinite time, and continued till a discontinuance is ordered and all arrearages paid. AJrrrlisnnrnts inserted at rent* nor I square. lor tlio flfst insertion, and 37 1-2 cts. for (t-ach continued insertion. Lil>eral deductions tnudu to those advertising by the year. All Comuuniipiiltons should be addressed ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 29 September 1849

TFIE IMMEDIATE ADMISSION OF NEW j MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. We nre glad to see our old nlly, tlie ; Palmetto Manner, denouncing the insidious movement and purpose of the Whigs I to admit New Mexico and California at ' once into the Union as States. The object I of this extraordinary proposition is, as we i Have mtherto mam tame a, to enable tue Administration to dodge the Wilmot Proviso question, and to pf?ve the Whig party from splitting. Th?;ir plan h to bring New Mexico and California into the Un- : ion, with Constitutions made by Mexicans, j Indians, Foreigners and Northern Abo- I litionists, excluding slaveholders from ' carrying their property into that country, without waiting the usual period and the usual course of events. All other territories have first had Territorial Governments established by Congress, at?d after the lapse of sufficient time for ihe aecumutation of a respectable white popula- ' tior. from the old States, outnumbering the Indians and Foreigners, then, and ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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