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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 February 1839

not the i,ouy of ca:sau but the welfare 11 OMR. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1839. VOL. XII No.609 o F B Y H. B STACY' SPEECH OF mil. CI.AY. ON THE SUIIJECT OP ABOLITION PKTITIOKS, YVamiinoton Citv. Fob. 7, 1 039. Mn. CLAY, uf Kentucky, rose to pre sent n petition, mid said havo received Mr. President, a petition to thoSonato ami 'niiso of Representatives of 1 hi United gta tcp, which I wish to present to the Son 0)Ck It is signed hv several hundred in habitnn lnn Dwt'ict of Columbia and chiefly ol 'be city of Washington. Among them I rer. "g" tb' nami of the highly cs teemed Ma " of the r.iiy, and other res pectaMo hanV". whicharo person ally ami well la'" " 0; f"nM ?ho.r ,'B'ret that '"-'s,2 'J-,c' of Ihcbolmon of slaved within ...'" Oniric ..I Columbia "'V-V . h nSflfto' upon iho considers nUn?'n ' -ps b hnoondernto and nm- Un.iodSt. ee. f flavor v within not desire the aiV '.,., ,i. the DiBirid. even i.' Cl,-V", Zl , very questionable power or al whnB . withnnt the consent of "e per. no...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 February 1839

nlatlon. An Immediate nbolition of slavery in them, ns these iiliriiMiiiuiiimnijif propose, would c followed by n desperate slriigglu for inimcdialc nsconilnncy ni ine wck nice over mo wiwo imx, or rather It would lin fol Inn by Inpliinttiiiroup collisions between tlic two races, which would break out lulu n civil war llint would end in lliu extermination nr subjugation of llie otw rnre or llm oilier. In surli tin iih"riintivr. who mm hesilale't Is it nnl boilM- fur bulb puttie tlt.it llm existing stale of tiling-' should ho picserved, iimlend of expo rting lliem to llie ImirililR plrifon mid contests which would inevitably ntlend mi Iniuiedinln iibnlilion 1 This is our true ground of defence I'ur tlic continued existence of slavery in our country. It is tlml which our revolutionary nnrestors n'sitinrd. 1 1 Ik lli.it which, in my opinion, forms our justification in iW eyes of nil Christendom. A third impediment In imnietlinic iibnlilion is to Im found in lite ImtneiHi- iiuiount nfcn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 February 1839

F R I D A V M O R N I N G. FEBRUARY, 22. Wo give up our columns to.doy to Mr. Clay's speech in the Senate on tho subject of abolition, and wo bespeak for It the careful consideration of every render. Tho sublet is ono of vast imporlaiice ; and tho acknowledged reputation and patriotism of tlin speaker, ns well as tho rirntninont posi tion he occupies in tho councils of the nation, must of course give weight to opinions thus deliberately expressed. Mr. Clay's view of tho subject is that of a statesman, whose enlarged and liberal mind comprehends a whole country-a country to whoso prosperity anil honor ho hns con tributed more than any fltner man living. We mentioned last week that Dr Holmes had been arrested at this pi'aco as tho sup posed murderer of Tasche. The warrant was issued by Charles Adams, Er-q. on complaint of Wm. Brown, a police officer from Montreal. The examination como tip on Friday, but was continued to Satur .lay; when on fall hearing nnd argument, tho accused was co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 February 1839

REMOVAL. C. IIAYNES HAS romoved hit Painting Establishment to Collojc.strcct, oast of tho squaie, whcro the buslnoss will bo carried on as usual. PAPER HANGINGS. Just opened and for salo a pood assortment of Paper Hangings, of the newest French and Amcriusi fashions. tf Burlington, Nov. 30. 1H3B. NEW GOODS. A good assortment of DRY GOODS. DRY GROCERIES, CROCKERY Se HARDWARES Just received and will bo sold aa cheap as at any oilier establishment in Chittenden Couniy, for cash, produce, or short credit, by E. WHITNEY Sl Co. JWlton. Nov n. man. PORK. THE subscribers will pnv csh for a few Toas Itaivv I'mk. Latiirop & Potwik. January '1839. Novascotia Plaster. 1er Tuna of Novascotia Plaster in 3U Bulk. 300 bbU do do for sale by Follrtt Sl BnAni.uv. Sept. 24. salt. crh, bush, solar Snl!, t r half low fur 0JJ co(!n by E. WiiiTMtr Sl Co Millan.Nov 8. 1030. PLASTER. C9 Tons mound Plaster, for sale by VI Nov. 2 1. S. Walker & Co. STATE OP VERMONT. Robinson Ferris ) Grand hie Co Court...

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

NOT THE GLOIIY OF CiESAR BUT THE WELFARE OF ROME. BY II. B. STACY FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1S39. VOIi. XIINo. G10 iFiom thft Hoaton Albs. T HE GAG. Ilo ! children of the qranile hill, I'Iku bri'tln with the hacmatnek; Audppatklc with the chryttnl rills That hurry tnwnrd thoMcrrimack, D.un tip those ril's I Cor, while tlicy run, Tlicy all rebuke jour Atiiekton. Dam up those rills! ihcy flow to free O'er icy slope ami beetling cms;, That, soon, they'll nil be off at tea, Ptcyonit lire reach of Pliarlio'.i gnj ; And, when iIiofo wntcrs are the Sens', They'll speak and thunder as they please. Then frerze llicm stiff ! But let there enmo No wind to chain lliem ; ehonlil they blow, They'll speak of freedom ! Let the dumb And breathless fioat forbid their (low ; Then, nil will be j liush'd and mum, Yc'll think your Athektom has come. Not he ! "Of nil the airs that Wow" lie dearly loves ihe soft South-West, Thai tells where rice and collnn riow, And man is, like "the Patriarchs," blest (So say tome...

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

DISPUTED TERRITORY. tlANOcm, Pkii. 21. t o'clock. P. M. An Express hns arrived this morning, bringing orders Irntn tho Governor, to Gen. Hodsdon, ordering him In proceed forthwith fortho Aroostook. This is right, find tho troops oemblcd here nro rejoiced nl the orders. Tho honor of tho Statu is now involved nod to deloy nny longer. would place in in no unvmblc situation before the public. Wo supposed that the message from Gov. Harvey, to delay hos tilities! was intended na .1 rmc, that time might be had to strengthen his forces, nnd prep.m' for tho anticipated conflicl. Wu nrc rejoiced that our Governor has thought it best to proceed in the business, and endeavor to defend that foil to which wo have n righteous claim by Deed of convey nnci' from Great. Britain herself, by treaty, in 1703. and the possession of which has been undecided Inn? enough. Ira Pish, Esq. arrived here last mghl, from the Aroostook, and states that the Solicitor General of New Brunswick sent a Flag of Truce In...

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

arrested, ho cut hi throat from cur to car, with n razor, nnrt in a few minutes, was fount! in the ynrd close ot hand, dead! A RMY M 6 V HMENTS. Pi.ATTSUuntt, Fun. 23. Col. Pierce returned from visiting t ho posts, on Thuru doylasi, and wo learn that thn following disposition of llu' IJ. S. Troopi has been made by ordur of C5cn. Scolt, viz: Cnpt. Taylor's company, (at Albitrgh Spring) In return to Head Quarters, at Platl "burgh. Capt. Dtmick to repair to Alburgli City and muster out. of service Cnpt. "Harrington's company ol Riflemon, 'militia) Cnpt. Porter, from Swnntnu, In occupy the post at Alburgli Springs. Lieut. Reeves lo be stationed at Col. MottV, on the Green Wood road. A giiml to be placed at Mr. Lyman's nenr the line in the vicinity of Mr. Vosburgh's house, where the lalo outrngo wa8 committed. 1 hese orders have been carried into effect. Capt. Van Ness, at Troy, Vt.,and Capt. Dimick, at Rouse's Point, will lor the present occupy those postF. Ma.j. Cen. Scott left tins pl...

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

NEW AND IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. DR. PI1ELVS' COMPOUND TOMATO PILLS, ENTIRELY VEGETABLE. A NEW AND INVAIjUAIILE MEDICINE I'Olt ALL DISEASES AHISINti moM IMPURITIES OF Till-: 15L00I), Morbid Secretions of tlic LIVEI! nntl STOMACH, i... ALSO A SUBSTITUTE FOR CALOMEL; As a Cathartic in fc'EVEKS and all ItlMOUS A l INJECTIONS. These popular Pills being a combination of a newly discovered Alkaline substance extracted from the TOMATO PLANT, with p.tuer vegetable substances SB have been fount! to modify and difiusu its cUects, are believed to be the best Alterative and Cathartic Medicine ever discovered. They have been abundantly and success Vj'.iy ,r ,l?nd lmvc received universal approbation for Scrofula, Dyspepsia, Jaundice Jiilioits Diseases, (travel, Rheumatism, Couphs, Colds, Influenza, Catarrh, Nnrous JJiseascs, Acid stomachs, Glandular Swellings of all kinds. Custivencss, Colic, Jleadachc, &c. ' ' liiey are an antidote to Contagious and Epidemic diseases ; prevent the formation of i...

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

(Sflb mttvltutx. Jr NOT THE GLORY OF CiESAK HUT THE WELFARE OF HOME, BY II. B. STACY- From D lack wood's Edinbuigh Magazine. THE OMYX RING, CHAPTKR V. Musgrave had twice seen Elizabeth, the daughter of Farmer Wilsnn, in the first week nficr lior return, nnd now towards tho close of the second he sat again beside lier bed. Mnria Lascclles, who was now no longer a visitor nt Sir Charing liar court's, but living nt her unc.lu's house, a good deal further off, had found out tho dy ing woman, nnd wns with her when Mu grave entered, but. then rose nnd went nway. lie found the sufferer penitent, resigned, and hopeful, nnd ho felt thnt she comprehended him better than most of those whom he conversed with. She had grown rapidly weaker, and nearer to her tmd, and lie expected her very speedy de parture from the body. Sho was propped up by pillows in the bed, and her mother vnt beside her nt the opposite ide from the clergyman, and attended to all her wants. Musgrnve had his back to the window...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 March 1839

message from the president, . To the Senate of the United Stales I loy beforo Congress several despatches from hia excellency Ihu Guvorunr of Mnlnu with enclosures, cnintmniicnting certain proceedings ol 1 lie loirislaluro of that etnto and a copy of tlio reply of the secretory of elate, inn do by my utreclinn, tnirelhor with a nolo from II. S. Fox. hn. Envoy extra ordinary ami minister plenipotentiary of ureal isritnin. Willi t.ic answer of t lie tec rctary of state to Hie Fame. It will appear from those documents that a numerous band of lawless and desperate men, chiefly from the adjoining Uriliah province, but without the authority or sanction of tho Provincial government, lias trespassed upon lint port of Iho territory In dispute between the United States anil Great Urilnin which is watered by the liver Aroostook, and claimed to belong to the stale of Maine: and that Ihov had com tnitted cxtrnsivo depredations there by cuuwg nmi (Jcstrnyinrr n very largo ntian lily of timber. It...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 March 1839

talnancoor our rights to the whole territory In question, I rh.tll cheerfully i(ivo them my decided support. Mc.nillme I suggest to joii the propriety of both the government mid Mr. 1'ox finding n special agent to the frontier, to mlvise both i the functionaries to whhdr.iw nnd to le.io the adjust ment to tho two tuprcmo Governments. Cienerul Scott will tie our iigcnt tunl will proceed soon. A complete nnd Hidden ntn ilg.ini uioii of parlies lias almost taken place. ImI nvciihiir !lr. Ilidille, Mr. Kecvcj of Virginia, Mr. Giaocr oHM. Wk, Gen. Scott, nnd several other persons of distinction, nnd of both parlies, dined at tho While Uouao with the President. . . Postscript. It U now seven o'clock, nnd dorm; tho whole of tins iificnioon, up to t1iis li'iur, Gen. Scott has lieen with tho senate's r.omiuitlco of for. eln relations. It sr-enn to me that lm is the only man now in Vinliinitoti, lhal really knows wImi i. in ln dmif! or how In do it. The President and his imbecile caliinct of ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 March 1839

Dissolution of Copartnership. OTfoHU firm of Hull nnd Cotn.toclt line tlb till' day been dissolved by mutual con sent. Frederick Hull tins fold nil his in tcrcst in I he goods nnd debts duo t lie con corn to Luther M . Hiignr. Frederick hall, guorge 1). comstock. Shclburn, Fob. II 11139. Copartnership formed. LUTHER M. HAGARnnd GEORGE D. COMSTOCK. have this day cti tend into copartnership nt Shrlburn, in t ho business of merchandize, by the name anil firm of HACJ-AR &. COIVZSTOOK. LUTHER M. Haoah. (ieiiiiok D. Cumstock. Shelburne. Fe.b It. in30. A few Chests of the Real 75ct. TEA, yet remaining unsold nnd of which cvorv family want a pound, is for snleat the Cheap Cash Store by HOWARD. P. S. A euro cure for fatigue nnd Head ache Feb. 14, 1830. Satin Beaver Bonnets. 4 PART case new ones just ree'd and for sale at. HOWARDS. Feb. 14. 1039. Plaid Shawls received and for ealnat HOWARDS. Feb. 14. 1039. Paper Hangings a splendid as- 6ortmentat HOWARDS. Feb. 14. 1839. Manifold Letter Wr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 March 1839

NOT THE G L O It Y O F C JK S A K U V T T II K WE1FA UP, O F K O M E . BY H. B. STACY- FBSIDAY, MARCH 15, 1839. VOL. XII No. From Blackwood's Edinbnifth Mngntine. THE ONYX RING. CiiAr-ren IX. Such were the terms on which Marin nnd Walsingham stood together, when Mrs. Nugent proposed that sho nnd they Hhnuld ride in Hie evening, after nn onrly dinner to n ruined church a few miles nwoy, from which there was said to ben very beautiful prospect. Tliey sot ont more than an hour before sunset, nnd do signed to return by moonlight. Mr. No gent, who wns indolent, nnd cared nothing for any prospects but those of his own peil , igroo, rent-roll, nnd dinner table, said ho had letters to wiito and stnid at home Two or three of his guests nlso remained. But the riding party set ont in high spirit, followed by a single servant, nnd passed quickly through the green Innos till they began to reach the hgher and more bro ken ground of heathy hill. Horn they came to n farm house where Mrs. Nugent, a ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 March 1839

row from the actual for tlio uses of pootiy, tnuit bo translated, not transferred, Its form and colouring modified, from that consistent with anJ dependent on tlio appcarance-a of tho actual world, lit thoso required by tho unity of tho imaginary ctcation. Such seem to mo tho laws required by tho slightest Kong ; and ynt adequato to explain tho Odyssoy, Hamlet, and Herman and Dorothea.' 'Well, a vory pretty scheme. But in my notion a morn jugglury. Tho moment you oparato a part of human existence, from tho great All it belong to, and seel; to shnpo It into a minor, dependent, nnd analogous, but distinct world, which, as I understand, is your notion, that moment you loso all law and measure of truth and fnlsolinod. A feeling, an image, an event is truo that is real, genuine, not when detached, but only when connected with its original circumstances nnd ntmos. phorc. Suppose, whilo tho clay of naturo is soft and plastic, I break off a finger or an car from tho great Imago ; this is, n...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 March 1839

red. It seems that o few loafing voiun- J teera, about the time alluded to, catne over the line, disguised as savages- and probn bly not much disguised cither erected a British flag on the old fori, declared mar tial law, gave threo cliecra for tho Queen, cursed Pittsburgh, and put for Canada again. The Montreal Herald says however, that bote have been made in that city "that a tlrittsli army will bo quartered in New York on the 1st of May next." Has tho Herald forgotten that a portion of the British army has been "quartered" in New York since 1814? No special minister has as yet been ap pointed to England, and it is new under stood that none will bo until advices are received from Mr Stevenson. So says Mr Williams of Maine, who has just returned from Washington. MARCH. BI WILLIAM CULLKK BRYANT. Tim Unrmy IWnri-h Is mine nt hit, Willi wiml, iiml clmid, .'mil changing ekies ; I hew-1 lie lifelong of the hind, I'hnt llirutigh lliu muity t alley .flies. All, linking few ate lliey who s...

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

NEW AND IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. Dll. PHELPS' f COMPOUND TOMATO PILLS, ENTIRELY VEGETABLE. A NEW AND INVALUA1IM3 MEDICINE l-'OU AMi DISEASES AIUSING from IMPURITIES OF THE I3LOOD, Brorblil Secretions of the LIVElt anil STOMACH, ALSO A SUBSTITUTE FOR CALOMEL; As a Cathartic In FEVEItS and nil I1IHOUS Aia'ECTIONS. Tiiesb popular Pills being a combination of a newly discovered Alkaline substance, extracted from the TOMATO PLANT, with other vegetable substances which have been found to modify and diffuse its effects, are believed to be the best Alterative mid 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, Influenza, Catarrh, Nervous Diseases, Acid Stomachs, Glandular Swellings of all' kinds, Costivcncss, Colic, Headache, &c. They arc an antidote to Contagious and Epidemic diseases ; prevent the formation of Bilious and Li...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 March 1839

4Rbi M NOT T II K I, O It Y O F C 2R S A K I) U T 1' II E W E L F A HE OF It O M E . BY If. U. STACY- FRIDAY, MAUCIX22, 1830. VOL. XII No. 013 DREAMS. "Philosophers may say what lliey will on llic subject, dieams nro not always what tlicy oficn are, mere iJlo visions of n diseased system. They ore not unfiC(ucntly, It is lino, llio effect of some deep impression made on tlic mind during the dny. Wo all know lliat what strongly excites tho feel ings of persons of sensibility, is opt to revisit them in their slumbers. But independently of these in. cidcntal circumstances, nenrly every ngo lias some thing to lecord of the power of dreams out tho mind in their warning character. Sacred as woll MS profinc history is full of it. Even in tho New Testament we read "Tho wife of Pilate sent unto liim saying, Hno thou nothing to do with that just man, for I havceuflcicd many things this day in n dream becauso of him," Our departed friends visit ns in dreams, clothed in their earthly gannenls f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 March 1839

NORTH BASTIiltN BOUNDARY. mi;, hi ciia.mam'b nUI'OHT. The Committee on Foreign Jielalinm. to which was referred the '-1)111 to provide J or surveying the northeastern boundary tine of the United States, according to the pro visions oj the treaty of pence of seventeen hundred and eighty three," have had the same under consideration, and now report : That llio first Fiction of this bill direcls "tho President of the United Status to cause tlio boundary lino between I ho United Stated and i lie ailjiccnt British provinces, from llio eotirco oi' the St. Croix rivor di rectly north to tlio highlands which divide the waters thai fall into thu Atlantic ocean from those winch lall into llio river Si. Lawrence, tlienco along said highlands from the northwest angle of Novn Scotia to the north westernmost hand nT Connecti cut river, as particularly defined in the treaty surveyed and marked, unci euitnblc monuments lo bo creeled I hereon, nt such points as may be deemed necessary and important....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 March 1839

rnnm iiiini empty themselves into t lie river St Law renco, from thine which fall inlo tho Allan tic ocean." Tho whole argument of tho British Government, it will ho perceived, rests upon the nssuntpthn Hint the St. John is not a river falling into the Atlantic ocean, because it has its mouth in the Day of Fundyi Now what nro tho objections to this extra, ordinary pretension, as tho coinuiitlfco aro constrained to call it? And, first, what Is llin Hay of Fundy, if it bo not a part of tho Atlantic ocean ? A bay is a mere opening of tho main ocean into the land a mere interruption of tho uniformity of the scacoast by an indentation of walor. These portions of thu ocean havo received the namo of bays, solely to distinguish them from tho iciiiaindcr of the vast doop, to which they bolong. Would it not bo tho merest special pleading to contend that tho Hay of Naples was not a portion of tho mediterranean, or that the Day of Iiiscay was not n pait of tho Atlantic ocean f Again: thn descri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 March 1839

Tlio following lines from tin) pen ol n lormcr member of llio University of Vermont, (now in Maryland,) m "", ,lev"'J ol" 'lc,csl "r '"J"'1 I They fliow llnti mango land cannot baimh remembrance of tho scchm ofcliiMhood ; but thai memory will recall ilicm, oft time with a mclan cliolic plcasuic.-.Si. Albans Mcsscnr, Among the mountains nlilcli klrl llio eastern boundary ol tlio " empire state," may be found scenery of tlio mot pirturMqtio beamy. Thoy have, perhaps, in iisfoci.iiiom of chieftain nlid clan-of knight and " lady loc"-of legend and eong ; but they embosom lakes ofpuro and nanspa 1011 water?, lilch ni'S'it vio with thoso of "old Coila'i hilhi." So closely are they surrounded by the array ol foirest-xlad hill', that their "atria nto rarely difiurbcd by the passing stoun Frederic (Did ) Visiter. THE MOUNTAIN LAKE, My fair, my own Imod mountain Inko ! llrcht with foicst depth upon thy shore 5 The Flilhirjs of whose i Ml no toumt c cr OicaK, Snvc bmilincnV pong, m chime of oa...

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