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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 12 February 1853

H E S T A N D v' #*< '•* ..' iff.* fe,1?;.! uMi.mb CHARLES DK MORtl — '&*. - • r-~r~-T 10*0 sball 00* uxvh iut1 to •tU bIajidabd or xn ran VOL. 10 CLARK8VILLE, RED RIVER COUNTY, TiJS X A 8, SAT U'R DAY, P EBRU AR Y 12, 1 8 68; EDITOR * PROPRIETOR. I NO.I5 From the Boston Pott. FRESH SLAVERY AGITATION. IMPUDENCE OF BRITISH AUISTOCRACY. A fresh pliaso of slavery agitation provokes comraont. A philanthropic spasm litis seized the duchesses, oountcsscs, and high ladies of England, rolutive to a oertain kind of moral and physical ovil; and so they have started the plan whereby, if earned- out, they will lead in solid column the women of England in a* request to the women of America to aid thein to abolish American slavery or to mitigate its evils! Ma- chinery for this has boon duly set to work. The Duchess of Sutherland called a meeting of a crowd of dttclicssos, countosses, marchionesses, and hunorables at Stafford House, to whom she made an agitating speech, and presented a me- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 12 February 1853

iff I |iit j! 11 K! : * JI 1 I !' i 3S $ H t ff I ! I || i Mi ; H ii From ike Jr. 0. Picayune. TIE MEXICAN REVOLUTION. Arista's Letter of Kealgnition. BLOODY BATTLES. Tke Trait '{T Union, of tlio 8tU mat., pub liihoa' G«n. Ariata'a letter to' Arrign, Minister of Justice, explaining tho motives of hi* resig- nation. The Trait precedes tho letter by a succinct aud clcur account of tha incident^ that preceded and followed tho resignation which in better tluu any wc have yet soou. We trun*- late: Tho reverses experienced by Gen. Minoti's Government troops, before the city of Ouiulata jara; the systematic refusal of tlio Senate Ut grant extraordinary financial power* to the JSx- ncutivo; the revolution in Vera ('ru*; tho immi- nence of u movement id tho Federal capital— thcHO strong motives made Gen. A tint a under- stand that ho could no longer hold his official po- sition. Tho idea of resigning then took com- plete possession of him. The Liberal party, whose fall Would naturallly follo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 12 February 1853

The attention of Advaiiiiaia of all classes, who *_ t£ desirous to moon the buainees patron- of the p«opl« of Northern Texas, U wain oall- !fto the fkdilitiee for eBwting «uch an oljjeot, pre- !.„t«l bv the columni of The Standard. The on- u Dublio Journal published in the Red River re- /ion of Texas, it haa almost an exclusive circula- tion in the Counties of Bowie, Titus, Hopkins, Red River, Lamar, Fannin, Grayson, Cooke, Den- Jon Collin, Hunt, and Dallas, besides a scattering circulation, in contiguous Counties. Its entire cir dilution is larger than that of any other Journnl i„ tho State, cast of the Trinity Rivor; and it is believed only equalled by that of one other Jour- nal within the State; and it is steadily increasing. Those, who may, for any object, wish to arrost the observation of the citizens of one of the most densely settled sections of the State, the pro- duct* of which, aro in tho east,and along the Rod jlivcrbordor Cotton,of which it makes large crops; in the wes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 12 February 1853

I f I i 11 Jv' w ar i i V: r'l |j: I r i ii it iS I I BSJ1 I i - it ;|#i" invil kl , 1 If Ii ip: 1 if I i I j : 1 fc I ' ; r iir y| ||m I H'j II I | .1 I \ I ?! 1 r II FROMJOHN ADAM'S DIARY. Ii Jim, 1778, about t«u v«u before the bursting of the gnat ■torm which iwept away the throne of France, Mr. Adams eaw the gran- deur of Lmue and Mary Antoinette at Vereiiil- lae. At • grand proeeuiou of the Knights of the EWnt-lUprit, he witnessed tho statelinessof the Queen. "8he was attended by her ladies to the gallery opposite to the altar,placed in the cen tre of the seat, and there left alone by the other tTJi—, who all retired. She was an object too sublime and beautiful for mv dull pen to describe • I lea*e this enterprise to Mr. Burke. But in his description there is more of tho orator than the philosopher. Her dress was everything thai art and wealth could inuko it. One ol the maid* of honor told me she had diamonds on her per- sou to the valuo of eighteen millions of livrcsjand 1 alw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 19 February 1853

I fill F«l field J HI |t tt 1 Oil I0'*1, jwhii. phio. pent, I km faw Kt«| |w«k ] *«lk I Vork IWflp. tooth. |iMm| I)' in- ftorii i boti |t dili. o con- Oil.— li'li i! Intotlj i dt- kme il Iper tl I lit, tki HAIR lit to I In *ht t, Dr, Phi-- M IrenlJ ce, d>- lartlm ! Block ■CHINE ltlllNE |Wiiri«! V I pv |o cent! Iilicatei. Iisl.lp, Illation. Ins, Vis 1 C'unib R D' ll is sup* llv #nce, Irco Dol- (quill 111 stihic |i squirt. |j-]unrc!, lit excee* |i riant.— * per in- |li, itu 11 i ted to isenenti I (idter- by ike Legisll* for mi* srgedll II otten- • interest rci(uir«f without in, tiny ditor, M 1c to th stopped will br of stop- with th Ley will' otice It iue thtiJ to tilt* r nnd CHARLES DC MOR8B km mm At « i Hi il LOKa (BALL OOH BANNEB BBAVE THE —THE IT AMD AID OF TK niB EDITOR * PftWHITO* VOL. 10 CLARK8VILLE, REDlRIVER COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, F EBRUARY 18,1 8 6 8. WO. 16 PAPER. to From the New Orleans Picayune, LATER FROM CALIFORNIA. Arrival of Steamer PaWfero, The Steamship Pampero...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 19 February 1853

I I r I I • !1 tli f Nf< 11: 1 ? VI I ' ! W I ill i -< i i\' li t 5 r }>■ ,i' ,A *< . IP ifS b A CASE OK SAl) INTEREST. A writer in tlio Springfield Mum., Republican from the luwitMi Retreat in Worcester mention* the following: There in a tmull pond in the garden. Jn*t opposite the poml 1 miw a wonunjliuiubly drfessed looking in the water. '•That poor wenuu, said the Doctor, has Leon here for neventl years. She assinl* in the kitch- ea, and is perfectly harmless, n (though incurable. She m the wife of un industrious man, living in an adjoining town. They had a family ot ihret bo)-*, two oi wboiu died suddenly of the scurlet fever. Within a woe|t of their burial, the moth- er proceeded to a pond near t>,V for some water. As she won dipping her Jittil, she saw something just beneath the stirfaco which attracted her at- tention, and, taking a woodcti rake, she pulled it to the tank; it proved to lie tlie body of her remaining child A walnut-shell, with a piece of paper s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 19 February 1853

a I TO THE PU HfTUFCSS r. Murtir. u. The attention of Advertisers of all obuaea, who m4. be deairou* to aeeure the buainee* patron- ue of the people of Northern Texaa, U again call- Zi lo the feeilrtiee for effecting such an objeot, pre- sented by the column* of The Standard. The on- ly publio Journal published in the lied River re- gion of Texas, it has almost an exclusive circula- tion in the Counties of Bowie, Titus, Hopkins, lied Hirer, Lamar, Fannin, Grayson, Cooke, Den- ton, Collin, Hunt, and Dallas, Imsidos a scattering circulation, in contiguous Counties. Its entire cir culutio.i in larger than that of any other Journal in tho Statu, oust of tiie Trinity ltivor; nonhakfixaleaoadiky The FIRST Session of the Bonham Female Academy,commenoed on the 13th Inst., under mo superintendence of Miu Fxaxcis C. Ckooks. J®'' wishing to enter, will bo char- 8™'f0" the time of entry, only for tho remaindor oi (no session: no doductiOn hninti> mndn u.«k_ . and it is observation of the cit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 19 February 1853

I« ii II i! :{i til Hi Pi II 4 f j i-i 1 lfi): Is f ;■;! iil *f i'rot$the AVt« York Dvtrlmiuu. abriepdiscouhsk. BY T1IK Chaplain of tbo Dutchman The text to day, uiy lows' ••Hung up yonr beWniVs dn the outwsrd wall* Tbo ery is ■lilt tliey come!" Nkwwaieh Both—The Now Hampshire Patriot, the leading deiuocratie wiper ut Lou- cord, «*y tb© printing office of that pnpcr Ima been tho graduating «ebool of a Governor, Ken- : ato* in Oongrenn, many editor*, some ministers, . .i . ... ,M/ni. land many othor young men, who have filled at brelberm, various time*, uuiucrcu* responsible station* in • " tw,( w1h«o Arab Wares, of n rare race, have My business friend*, if yonr even arc any- {^,cn flipped, as u present tho Viceroy to whero near the sixo of "biled pea*, ymt can dis . Nakileon; and by the Knglisli teanier «... il..i it., •.(.•nun t(TTniiir nfi vniir .i iii . • i i a the community. Uy a French ateamer from Alexandria, E- . . ...1'fc. t u..l. Iw&m/.j nl'a fiirn linVit cern at a glan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 26 February 1853

CHARLES DE M0R8E <r«ti •ar-r'4-ntss . MP t« lojfo I hall OVX BANNER BBAVB THE bxeeze—tub IT All DAKS OF TO Hll. EDITOR * PftOPRIKTOH VOLv 10 CLARK8VIILE) R B D It I V E K COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, F EBRU ARY 9 9,1 9 6 8 ,. NO. 17; NAPOLEON AFTElt ELBA. [LaMARTIND continues to issue the volumes of Lis Nupulemiio history. In the following pas- gage he deecril" s fhnt remarkable scene v> liich occurred between Napolecu and his soldiers, bu- rn eiiiutely after the flight from Elba. The story bus been related a hundred times,but never more effectively than by Liiniurtiue;—] "On quitting La Mure, the Kmpcror compo- sed his van;j;uir 1 of onj h mired picked mm, from that chosen body always under the order* of Cauibronue. This geuoiul, tAi advancine; to- wards a biidgcat soiuo distunce from La Mure, found himself in trout of a now battalion. The envoy ho sont to them with signs of peafe was driven back. The Emperor being informed of this, again dispatched one of his officers, Major Ili...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 26 February 1853

1 I •H i it n j.. $ I I H I ^ r I An Act, Supplementary to an Act, relating TO LAKES IN PETEB8' COLONY- ajpovid February 10th 1853. SuOi'lo.N 1. Be itemuted by the Leyulatur* ~ lissioncr of the General Laud offico lie, aud ho in hereby nil of the Stale of Tesai, That tho Coiniui* uuthoriied aiwl required to ittuuo putonta to a Colouiats of Peter*' Colony, or their assigns, who have made, or uiny hereafter iniiko their locatious by virtue of their colonial headright cor titicatc, and return tho suinc to the General LinA office,iu tho Maine maunerus prescribed by the fourth Hoctioti of tlio aet t« whieh this is a supplement, for filing with the agent of the l!oiupaoy no soon ud the maps of said Company xhall be furnished to tho Comiuibsioner of the (ljdor.il hand office, showing the laud tho Colo- nist claims, aud the mime in found not to conflict with legal surveys previously uiade; and until patents aro issued, all locations by Uio Coinpa- y'n surveys shall ho sufficient to maintain...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 26 February 1853

lo Advertisers. . -tteiiUoti of Advertieer* of all cla*ses, who ^ tiVutfrous to secure (be busines* patron- l*ay fVi„.,Tiooplo of Northern Ten*, is again oall- 'nTedby>e « **<£ toe ^e"Zn^on y«e ZaindTr „ublic Journal published in the Hod Rivor re- 0f the Session; no deduouon being made for *ub- ,-?< J? clZK !5Tl. « * > — 51-.——K. V,oli Hirer. Lamar, Fannin, Grayson, Cooke, Den- ,iMn Hunt, and Dallas, besides a scattering ' . ' ' .«ntSiMiAiiu PmintSitB tta Atitiva ,ISH ■ ton, Icirf '! intion! in contiguous Counties. Its entire oir i is larger than that of any other Journal ■ ,'i Suite, oast of the Trinity River; and it is l!"ii.ved ofllv equalled by that of one other Jour- I within the States and it is steadily increasing, m,who way, for any objoct, wish to arrest the I '' ' V it. a .ii^iuAlld .1 J* jtllil ^lin of "the citisens of one of the most ~ tho State, the pro- of which, are in tho oast,and along tho lied IdonselV settled sections I n!y'rborder Cotton,of which it m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 26 February 1853

I lis II {1 II • ' ) * ■-iv < m ! w i ! I M, II i fS : I II ■ tit i i - i !{ l S H'li I M ▲ HOME SCENE. nOM "DILiM Lire," BY IK. MMMVML. And now I shall not letve thin realm of boy- hood, or auffur my hero to i i|> ewajr front tin* nil time of life, without . fair look at tbat Homo whero bin |piesw.nt pi bbuich lic.hiitl where *11 bin dreams begin and end. Little doea tbo boy know,a* the tide of yuan* drift* by, floating bun out insensibly front tbe harbor of hit* homo, upon the grout sea of life— what joya, what opportunities, what ufi'crtli nx, are (lipping from him into tho shades of tbut i • csorablo Past, wlicro no man fun go,save on tbe wingaof bia dreams. Lit do does he think—ami Ood bo praised, tbat tbo thought dot* not wink deep linea in hi* young fort bead!—a* bo lean* upou the lap of hw mother, with hi* wye turned to hor, in some earnest pleading lor u fancied pleasure of the hour, or in some important rtory of bis griefs,that such alluring of hi* sorrow*,and eucb a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 5 March 1853

•- ' m CHARLES Ot MOMI WWO 8KALL 09B UXIIl NATS Til UIMI tu BTAMDASD OT Tn VOL. 10 CLABKSVILLK, RED HI V E 11 COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MABGH BKES. tiie upas tree of THE isthmus The Panama Herald givoH tbo following de- scription of the Isthmus Uf-as tree: Sometime sinco we saw some comments in the United States papers upon an articlo taken from a Panama paper, which We do not recol- lect) stating that a man named James Linn hud been found dead under a tree on the Gor- gona road and that upon examining the tree the natives pronounced it highly poisonous,pro ducim; death to any ono who should sloep un- der it. Riding, out upon the Plains, a few miles from tbo city, the other day, with a friend, wo had the fortune to have several of those trees pointed out to us. As fur around each as its branches extended tho grass was dead —tho ground al- most baro, while all beyond it was fresh and green. Each troe seemed to form a circle a- round it by tho appearance presented by the dead aud live ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 5 March 1853

ill ! ! ■i ip' [From the L'elta, 2lit. t*b, IMPORTANT FROM MEXICO. Tlw steamship Albatross, Captain O'NaoUr- rircd in port yesterday afternoon- from Van Crux, irtm-h idaco she left on tlio 16th ip*t., at twelve o'clock si., bringing a letter mail from California for New York,and passenger* through from California, witb date* from San 1'rancisco to Fob. 2d. Ti«e California mail, an well as a mail from the city of Mexico, wan brought through l>y the Ranmy contract, under tho tbaige of Mr. far- num, to whom wo aro under great _ obligations for many iu-ms of interesting intelligence, aud file* Of (California papers to the fid instant. Tins tiew route must hereafter prove a favorite one, M we understand the passengers who eanie over it apeak of H in the highest tcruif. Tbo Albatross brings us Into and interesting news from Mexico, tho most important of which is tho contract entered into between the Mew- ean Government aud A. 0. Slow & Co., grant- ins the latter the right of way ac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 5 March 1853

— DUnrtlMti. fL. attention of Advertisers of all olaue*, who ;Tbe desirous to seouro tho business patron- « of tba Pf°P'# ot Northern Tmu, U again call- 'fV tk* (kcllitios for eflooting suoh an object, pre- by the columns of The Standard. The on- w nublio Journal published in the Red River re- ionef Texas, it has almost an exclusive i Son If Xexn . II KM miuum BU wiunn C'ii'Culn- fCT ;a (he Couutio* of Bowie, Titus, Hopkins, BONHj THE FIRST 8eMion of the Bonham Female Academy,commenoed on the 13th Inat.. under the (uporintendeaee of Mus Fka.ncbs C. Uaoou. Studeuto wishing to enter, will be char- gedI ftom the time of entry, only for the romaindqr ot the Session; no deduouou being made for sub- sequent ubsencofexcept in casus d1 ucss. ' protracted ill- Red Wwr, ®00'te; H0"' The course of instruction will be Elementary, ion, ColWn, Hunt, nnd Pallirt, beside* a scattering, ami Scientific; embracing also the French and Lat- eireuUtlon, in eontiguou* Counties. Its entire clri in I - • s ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 5 March 1853

;?.***■ **7.., mm 111 ! ; i'v : i ir HAiia 11 , if' I R1 y (■ I i h| If viCToaiA AT OUILDUALL Occasionally tlio Lord Mayor of London In- vile* tbo Queen to a ball in the "city." It oc- cur* warooly ofteue* than once iu ten jam, and u considered to bo an exceedingly grand event. A« American ludy.who wan present when laat tbo t-ourt and city wet, describes tbo affair in a very ntinising ninttnor in the columns of tbo Nation- al Intel iwnerr.. From her lively narrative we extract Hie following | «'suge:— "No braver show need you wiab to ace than u crowd Of English Mobility in full drew*; among tbcttt the grcuteat in the land—statesmen, war- riora attd superb Wofflett, clustered, uk on tbia oc- culutt, around thoit- fair young sovereign. Tbo QiifiPO Wore cloth of gold, trimmed with luceund jewel*, with necklace, oarringa, George and Gai- ter, a* at the opora, her wreath of small red pop pie* and wheut-sheavuH fastened iu with large diamonds; a lovo of a lace handkerchief, and bouquet of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 12 March 1853

•mm*1 .• CXARLCt DE MOMI VOL. 10 A MAGNIFICENT SPECULATION. We alluded briefly lost woek to some of the interesting facts connected with the Central 11- linoia Railroad. The subject, however, will tour referring to again. If we ore not mistak- es, this railroad will prove the greatest specula- i on of tho agb. Compared with other fiuun- i ial achievements, it iB what whales are to min- nows, or elephants to cheeso mites. It is not out; a great speculation, but a successful one. The wires connected with which have been mb- vod with an ingenuity that would have doho . redit to Professor Anderson,the High Priest of >ecromancy. By means of good luck, and )Mirseveraiioe, less than a dozen go ahead men —locomotives in striped cassimercs—have be- c me possessed of a first class railroad G70 miles long, and worth at least 840;000;000 without tHe outlay of one consecutive cent.— I,.it us deVoto a few moments to its histo- ry. The,State of Illinois in 1880, with a populu- -; n of abdtlt 30...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 12 March 1853

I 'II 11 r , ; 1 I 11 . i I.i I f! " Corrtmondenc* oftke Artuwa* Whig." Waihixoton Citt, Feb. 11, 18M. Dui Butler: I have been meaning, from tinje to time seriously resolving, for wore than a week, to write to you an epistle; and hare on- ly becc puahed to it at last, because .feeling in a melancholy and contemplative humor, I have been sitting two hours, (it is now Ave in the af- ternoou) alone in my room,"ooeking my lege op, awl thinHn'of nothing Tbe fine weather continues, and seem* likely to continue. A rain, abont a week ago, washed the pavements clean, (otherwise never washed in this city,) and the void weather following the atorm has day by day moderated, until, to-day a elear iky, bright sun and a soft wind, made life oat of doors delightful, tempted the ladies, gay as butterflies, out of doors, and leminded me of our lovely Arkansas spring weather,when the very exercise of breathing is a luxury. The President, two days ago, approved and signed the bill granting lands to Ark...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 12 March 1853

Tha iMn"" ot Advertisers of all elrnn, who ..ha desirous toaaettw tke business patron- li. „f the people of Northern Texas, ia Main call- w&wSBSs, ml published k Sonof 32 4" tfon in theCoVintlw tf it, pre- , _ The od- in the Red River re- almost an exclusive circula- Bowie, Titus, Hopkins, Son in the Cobntirt of Bowie, Titos, Hopkins, lied River, Lamar, Fannin, Grayson, Cooke, Den- j~~ Collin, Hunt, Aha Dallas, besides a scattering circulation, in continuous Counties. It* entire eir -ulation is larger than that of any other Journal io the State, east of the Trinity River; and it iB believed only equalled by that of one other Jour- "!j within the State; and it !s steadily increasing. Those, who may, for any object, wish to arrost the observation of the citisens of one of the most densely settled sections of the State, the pro- ducts of which, are in the east,and along the Red River border Cotton,of which it makes large crops; in the westerly, and southern portions, wlieat.com and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 12 March 1853

l! ii I ii ii j, i' ! *: ■l ' I I If I 'It,. 1 _ __ _ r/VoM the AW York Tribune. ■fHI NKW BMPRE88 OK THK FRENCH. (UUniUI, 1IHUII1U MAIL BTAOl I ARBS Certificate for 1880 We aro in pOMoamnn ot nome interesting do- taile in the history of tho lady, who, as la (Jnici- nlly annoanood, waa to bo united to Louie Na- poleon by oitil act on the 22d, and by religious ritee on the 20th of last month. These details m bats leeelTed ftnui a foreign gentleman who ia porfoctly acquainted with tbo facts and per- sons in (juaatiou; and they may be relied ou as authentic. 8onorita Eugenia de Teba, or as she is more usually known, M'lle. de Montijo, is the daugh- ter of a nobleman who belonged to one of tl e most ominent families of the Spanish aristocracy, that ft l'alafox, and Who distinguished himself ia ||ie civil tout of 1828, under the title of the (Jouot do Teba. At that time ho became ac- quainted with Miss Maria Kirkpatrick,the dash- ing and bandaoine daughter of a Hcotch gentle- man who held...

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