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Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857

dim MATEKrAt INTERESTS AND OUR -¦'; ' .-. nftJLSQiUf. f oifiimoN. : It ought not to, be a subject of wonder, perhaps, that apeoplowho have advanced, within the narrow:composs of three quarters of a ocptary, fton» a feffjicattered ' Oolonies to tho estate of a< grout and powerful nation, should notbeabVfullr 'to c6mprehend tho true condition, of their material and financial interests. We have gone on rapidly in business, without evpr having taken an account of stock—that, in truth, is' the difficulty. ' -yPe have- cleaie ' 4, more, , forests, cultivated more lands, constructed more railways, excavated more canals, built more/ships , Collected more of tho procious metals, to say nothing of tho progress we, havo made, In literature and dsiencev than any other equal number of people pn|the ' globe. Hence, wo infer that wo are tho nujst thriving, industrious, and sucoesaflil people. - It must not be said that this Is begging ths question—that wo have no right to infer prosperi...

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Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857

THE AHTIQVITV.OF HOOPS [Nearly one hundred and fifty years ago, when Queen Anne was reigning in England, ind Swift and Bolingbroke, Pope and Prior, Addlson and Steole were flourishing, there appeared' a paper to the Spectator, which sooms worthy of being referred to in tho present day, particularly as it discusses tho question oi Hoops. - We subjoin tho greater portion of it for the benefit and edification of tho ladies. It is from the pen.of Addlson.—£o.] It boar custom at Sir Rogor de Comity's, upon the eren.lB« of the pott, to nt about a pot of cosbe and bear I be old knight read Dyer's letterswhloli ho does with hilipenuviles apmhia ¦»»» > nnd In tux audible voice, smiling very often at Ihceo little atrakca of sutlro which aro m frequent in the writings of that author. I afterwards communicate to the knight suoh packets ag I receive under the ? [oality bf Speotawr. 1 Tho following letter ohanong to pleaso him more than ordinary " , I shall pro-«entltathi3teqneat.: •...

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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857

KErORTJBD'WjUSBSwTSB THE PRESS FROM WASHIWTOt»< , Tbe late S»;ret»r)f Bo»WU"Screw Ship Propellers-The B6ok«' Accouut-Natlouul Hotel ..Maryland Plug-Xl*Me»--The Uapltol. Wasuinotoh, August I.—TliB Executive Department* of the Government are closed to-dny, In tokou of respect for l»to Secretary Dobbin, and, per comcqucmc, correspcindents for nemjapew aud n«ws-B'tl"ror> i generally, ore cut off from their principal source of Information, My letter in the flnt Inauo of tan Fbiss, pointing out the evidence that iron steam propellers, because of their greater durability and opacity over those heretofore In use, and more especially lo tilling veraeis, were destltted it no distant day to supetaede every other means (or the trauportatlon of malls, freight, and pusrngcrs, seema,to have excited some Interrst In newspapenloro. Ill almost every paper of tho past three or four days are to Wfound elaborato statistics going to prove the truth of my assertion. It Is time then t...

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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857

LETTER FROM NEW YORK [Correspondence or ThB Press.] Nkw York, August 7, 5 P. SI. Alexander Boyd, who was shot by burglars in hia own room, at No. 72 Wost Eighteenth street, about two o'olook on Wednesday morning, died last night from the effects of hit* wounds. At the firsi onti-mortom (the deposition taken by Alderman Fuliuor), Mr. Boyd thought ho fully identified Campbell and Ilia accomplice, the two first prlsonors arrested, as tho burglara ho bad thoconfliqt with, but about noon the same day, when Coroner Perry took the second disposition, ho was not so cortuin, and showed n littlo duubt. 'Mundy, who was arrested yesterday morning, has not been identified, but it* known to have beon an iutimato companion of Campbell. Tho three prisouers arc in custody awaiting the Coroner's investigation, and if thoy cannot provo an alibi thoy will probablybo hold on suspiciou. A young married woman, ugod twenty-two, anil of very winning address, was arrested this moruiug by on6 of tho N...

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Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857

The MlJiourl El rctlon. St. Louis, Aug. 7—Thirty-eight'countlel gives Bolllus, Am., a majority or 4,178 votes. Clark, Dem., haa been elected to Congress from the Third District. He BUCModa Hott. Jumen V. Grltr, who hw beoa oStcten to tho United States Senato. Fire ut Roxbnrr, Man. DoSTON, Aug. 7.—A chemical oil and turpentine fsctory oa Northampton Btreet , Roxbury, waB burned thia. morning. Loss $75,000. Arrest of a Postmaster for Robbing the Mall. Au0usn, August 7.—Saisuel C. Scott, the Postmaster at ColliorH, South Carolina, has been arrested for robbing the United States mail. He la now confined In the Jail in this city. The Submarine Telegraph. St. Jons, N, &., August 7.—A telegraph office will be opened at Trinity bay, at which place the submarine cable will land, so aa to enablo the first approach of the fleet cmraired in laylug it, to bo instantly telegraphed. Ths Tfia« Election. Nbw Orlkaks, August 7.—Tho returns of the rocent election in Texas indicate that H, ...

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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857

Thk Mdbdeb or Mk. Stkvens.—It is Ibared in this olty that tho Mr. Stovons rcoontly robbed and murdered in Kansas, for which twu persons wore hling by tho mob on Friday lust, and Wood nnd Kiiowlton, 'heir companions, were about to be hum ' uocordlng to tliu LoavumvortU dospatoh wo nubflahed yesterdayis ut) othor than tho Govornmont agont of tbut nonio entrusted with tho Suporintoudouoo of tho current sale of tho trust lands of tho Woa.8l'iankosliaws, and Pcorlas. Wo montionod HdHV or twosifiCOi that Soil,0011 in transfer drafts haJ lwoiiireooivod from him at tho Interior Uopnrtment. It is supposed that ho bad nt tho time ubout 9150,-000liy him, or mthoiin tho hands of tho receiver, acting in conjunction with him; and further that it is almost, entirely in the ah&po of transfer drafts, the paymontof which ou« oaslly bo stopped, If tho robbors havo scoured thorn or any of thorn. That, bowovor, Is not boliovod hore; and if tho Govornmont's ngont Is tho Mr. Stevens in question,...

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Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857

Markets. Ctf ABT.BBTOS, Auguat 6.—The Bales of Cotton for the past week were 800 bales. All tho atock hero has been exhausted. Middling Vair is quoted at 16X». The decrease in tho receipts of Ootton, this year, nt all Southern ports, amounts to 580,600 bales. Wheat has declined, Rod sells at 145al50c. White atI46»10Oc. Bice is JJc. better. Baltiuorb, August 7.—Flour opens dull; Wheat Is 5c. lower; Corn holds steady; Whiskey \s dull. 3I0DH.B, Auguat 7.—The sales of cotton for the past week, amouutcd to 300 bales, and tho receipts to 114 bales. Tho decrease, so far, of receipts at this port, is 131, 000 balea. The stock in port 6,000 bales. Middling Orleans quoted at 15 cents. New Orlbans, August 6.—Cotton—Sfllef to-day 630 balea at li^ifflSo. Salon of the week 4100, and receipts MOObftles. Receipts ut thin port Ions than lust year 247,720 bales; mill at all Southern ports 684,200 bales. 'Bod Wheat is quoted at S1.25. Flour la very dull. Oats study at tiSc. Shouldora are quoted at 1...

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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857

GAMDEN AFFAIRS Hearing on a Writ of Habeas Carpus.—Yesterday a hearing in. the oase of Cavalier Wetherby and John B. Ward, alias Wray, now confined in the county jail, charged with passing counterfeit bank notes, was had before StaoyG! Potts, Esq., Judge. Tho counsel of the aooused moved for n discharge, arguing that thoro was a defeet in the commitment, which being resisted by Tuomas J. V7. Mulford, Esq., Prosooutor. for Caindcn oounty, the accused were remanded to tho custody of the Sheriff for trial at the Ootober term. A " Worky" Municipal Government.—Our Mayor is a cabinetmaker, our City Marshal a coaohtrimmor, our City Treasurer a printer, our City Clerk a silversmith, eight of tho eighteen Councilmen are carpenters, one a shoemaker, one a bookbinder, ono » paperhauger, and oue a coachbuilder. Among our county officers in Camion city the workers ore also largely represented. Oar Sheriff is a farmor, ono of our Justices a tailor, one a couohsmith, one a painter, two - car...

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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857

J«r»i>y arejlii : '«!»U)|i ni ,TpH> (Mi. ' iThe 'fe^^' ; ! |:,T^I.^TeJ»»l ^'iaWiWtr ' ,; of W«dne»day iwa wK» * c?MV«r, and tb«a made Us enape. B4 wa* i««l«t«d to th« d wd \ijr kiiwo. ¦ - . .siti.^ps, ^», " ' -t ¦ ' . " ¦; There|S agr%und§icled quiistlon, long pendtagiH the oSiitt of Cdmmon Sense, as to the jnoMliprojiriety/of a inan'saurrendering his seat tdi&TetaaltfijMpecl poir^oli ' , of humanity, for uo other reason than because she woai'tf a petticoat. In point . Of fact, this imeetlon involves the whole category of politateto the feminine (and hooped) portion of society. Let us put a case, in all fairness. It will bo admitted, we suppose, that a man, leaving his dvfreTIing -' 1 about 161ght, ' und'WMrnlng ' about sixj »»y. h»*o|« .gteat deal\of *active and fetiguing feeriion between thase hours, even in the way of bnsjriess, «nd Is. Ukply to be as much fatigued by >uch necessary labor, as the fair aWd flounced ladywh' o'lri ' iWlest feather ...

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Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857

FROM KANSAS An Attack on Port RUey by Cneyenne Indians ' Expected. 8r. I.oois, Aug. 7.—Tho Kansas Herald of Frudom , of the 3d JQitsnt, states that Governor Walker has received advice* from the Commander of Port Elley, that a large force of Oheyenno Indians had arrived, and were located in the vicinity of that Port, and that an attack was hourly expected. Tbe fort has no fortifications , and la defended by only one-half a company of Infantry. Tbe Indlatus had driven the settlers in , and had cA "»*Tiiltod sevoral murders within, sight of the for t. Governor Walkar ImmeiiaMy fi*t Colbml OooYo to their assistance, with al! the foroe under bis commaml.

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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857

+ 4S^f^yf*«* drowj in' Whittetnore, fe^»jW€»Wrofc l tte -! 4th;. In " company with lhsui.wlTSliM anita^glrt, th' ,yweSe»aiUng on %lf*|. whjtt *a>l(»roatf6n«wuetli.»l»» "> 6n dIIucaM, in lie struggle uti«,t ths boat, and they fpoijht in the water unUt both sunk. ' Tho women and thtllttls fill were «iveiJ:b7oHc»lng to the »c«t';^^i«^«4, v :• ¦ -., .. :;, ' ,;,_ ¦' ,,• , .. ¦ pri> gnnday morning , a' train of cars, near Maoos, Qa., la crossing a bridjje- w pi-sdlpltnted into, the stream beneath. Jaokson Bryantthe ittam, was instantly killed, and Pstton Sullivan, kMrtp-mMUr, died shortly afterWardf. George BbBTb, tb* «afine«r, h*4 • leg and an ana broken.

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Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857

' - Lord Napier, the British Minister, is nt the Clifton House Niagara Falls. Count. MouthbnlinFrench Consul-General, has taken 'rooma for himself and family at the Clifton House, Newport. Two lads named Maghur and Flynn were drowned at Albany on Thursday.

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Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857

COMMERCIAL PHILADELPHIA HABKETS

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Id= 70 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857

Jigfe tw»»'8p*Ii>, foundSgi ; ^i»P«bn <W twjM the Banket; Sigtuidli&i^&VStWtoiw^HW** \ The Iiargiljili ^itt!me,l»hWi.nre tie me""1 ciie8y ' flro'yesVhjr»htc¥itti»mofld«4 Hiit»W>*iia *M-^KiB^wl i^idniB^ I^aM^MUlratCoiTiarini; \ it to 'euttg" tt» tHifionSr*W« OTS&rWWSsJr ihetr. ! lo^i.^ m^ii^ ^t^heirVDiily.paalJhltt^Ijithe f h* «»»rtlotort«« wrobllnr l»>Wktttnl.pTlnilD(e cf kamtpltyi^H^arteSe^ooWrflir triitt. Jrer> h»r«i7i»ft* ; ««MSaSle*fOT ,S.hlthWdWaiiitiSJia i to A> i« »jPBNaj'tol -tin™ >>'far twiaocff gSw«s' ; cmaWof*M©faBli.anmwiotjsriMsefplfeMar; '. Wile, id* Intoottet,SMlgiiia»!ic6.1»rot<> ttiiau ifor 1MH shim -!»««• It •o^3i5S*Strtlii!;-iittctle»'<rfrn»MtiiBi PWHBSKS (¦HiR ii ¦hhp ¦Hw IMIlMSil JMHi ^Psiiifsil ¦ » JPHHw PHB HtaF£ - -gB ekLjH ^J KS !v3H8Bi jap ^m^ ^^ BKSsiSSS^SiP'W 1?' * - * t; ^k«W«!l!!2^ ff^^5§?O»£ ' 'tt I'm »> tattaat *^^t<...

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Id= 84 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857

: ABBITUO. Steanuhlp Delaware, Copes, 20 hours from Mew Tort, with mdae and pauengew fe Jaa Allderdlce. Barque N r> filchbornBU1«, )5 day. from Trinidad «e 0<ib», with sugar and molasses to 8 * W Welsh. Barque Ulla, Sparrow, 4 days from New York, In ballast to captain. •-¦ '..• Brig W H Nichols, Strout, from New York, In ballast. Brig Bnsan Emily, Wall, 16 days .from Plctou, with stone to Walter Hugh. Brig Palestine , Small4 days from N Tork, (nballant, B?lir Access, Adams, 3days from Baltimore, with grain to J'iT.Dacon & Co., . Sciir Eugene, White, 8 days from Boston, with mdte to ciiptain., , Bchr Jane N Baker, Leo7 days from OharleBton, with cotton, to. to Pettit, Uartln t Co. . Bchr Mury, Rlckards, % days from Camden, Del. with gialnj to Bewley, Wlbion ft Co, Sehr Blpedtti<m. Conner1 dar from Smyrna,,Del. with wheat to Bewiey, WIlaoB U Co. Bchr Mary Gray, Cain , 1 day from Smyrna, Bfl. with grain to Bewiey, Wilson 4 Oo. , Bchr Alias, Oarberry, 4 da...

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Id= 87 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857

' GIBARD HOTJ8E—Chestnut street, below Ninth. E. W. Ayre«, Klch'd, Ya. T. O. Long, V. 8. Navy. Him C. A. Ayres, do W. M. HoSertsCarlisle. W. D. Smith t ly, do Mast. G. G. Boberta, do H. Brownell, do Mrs. T.O. Carson, Iowa J.Olarkson, do City. W. D. Kennedy, Virginia. J. Merwin t lady, Chicago, W. H. Byan. Baltimore, 111. , 0. O. Baldwin, do L. Loudenslager, Maine, M. Jacobs, Manning, S. C. Miss Boblnson, Boston. Mr. Oage k lyWllmlng'n. W. Fleming, Phllad.' . North Carolina. * G. M. Ferguson, St.Louis. J. Kelnach, MobileAla. John Sloya , Pittsburgh. J. D. Williams & lady, J. B. Floyd, Chicago. Montgomery, Ala. C. W. West, Cincinnati, O. T. J. Williams, Montgo- B. H. Forbes, " mery, Ala. G. H. Miller & lady, Chi-Mrs. JS. A.McCarn, Mont- cago. gomery, Ala. O, Oarr &~le4y, Sandusky. H. Owner &. family, U.S. E.Goodman, Cincinnati, O. Consul. J.J.Bood, KewYork. W. Lueaa, Nashv., Teun. P. Marlus " L. T. Joynsr, Arkansas. J. R. Smith, Philadelphia, R.1!treo...

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Id=113 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857

Owe Jryrtttrra. ArcherTwarner, miske y "" ivco., Manufacturers otOASALIKRS , BRACKETS, PENDANTS, FITTINGS, and all kinds or GAS and LAMP WORK, GIRANDOLES , See., No. 829 CHESTNUT Street, Philadelphia. ARCHER, WARNER & CO, No. ' 378 BROADWAY, New York. Buildings fittod with Gas Pipes, and all kinds of altering and repairing of Pan Work. aul-lm* JXimcllamona. J " % ^OxWjr v ARUNDELrof the Twdnt£ second Ward, will be a candidate for Assemblyfrom the Sixteenth District. Subject to the nomination of the Democratic Convention. fttifi.ea<l!2v* NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Policy No. 4202, issued by the American Fire Insurance Company, In the name of Nicholas £. Thouron, dated September 12,1863for $4,000 on brick building situated on the weat side of Bixth streetbetween Prune and Spruce streets, has been lost or mulald. Application has been made for a new one in Uea thereof.' A suitable reward will be said for lt> return to No. SS North Seventh street. auSw4t* TAME...

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Id=168 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857

17IOB ASSEKCBLYttJOSEBH 3. KEEFEMr —«!cond LegiaUUve DistrictSecond Ward. Subject to the decision of tie IfanocraUc Coarentim. auoVdtS8 . PBOTHONOTARY OF 1HK D1STBICT COCBT, JOHN P. M'FADDEN, of Third Wart.' gabject to th» rules of the DemocraUe Party, aul-tf OB ASSEMBLY—THIRD DISTRICT—FBANKLEI MdLVAra, Subject to DjmoeraUe rules: ' ¦ ¦ - aa»-dtsp8 tiOB COBONBR—i)B. FEODOKE KIBEX* SOS, FUUWari Subject to DunocnticEolei. anMm*, ,. - _ . OR.FHOTHONOTABY OF THE DI3-THICT COUltT, LEWIS T. MEAK3, of TweUA Ward. 8ubiactiol>«n>o< ir * ti ' iaa>ei ' sttHnr» BOTHONOTABY OfTHE DISTRICT COtJB*, asOBQ* ». MEB8IB, Twor>y4eeont Ward, Bubject to Democratic Rules. aa*VtSe8 FOR BECOBDBB OF DEEDS—B. B. YOUSO, Sevsatk ' Warf. £nbiect ' to Damocratio nnt*a ' l ' ' aa4-lm* X70B CLEBK. OF Q0ABTER SJBSS1OXK3, X 1 8AMt!!aC.TB0MF90K, «U Ward. EnhJBctto the Bulee of the Democratic Party- aul was US* l^OR COKONEK—H. O»'BEID, il. 1». X Babjeet to Damoereii* Bales. -. - as...

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ifBroo^wjnaa . Broojijman, London. Towed to «ea28th, »hlps s5mb»y and Johi t? WhIW, for tlverpoot. TCBEiaTJ p«i*a. -' ' . ' ¦ Ar at Quebec, Sd Inst.^ship Hermann Boonen, Olsen, Genoa: baraues India, Wacner; do.iJntnnalo, Davis, N«w iork; Florist, • Harding, Bhleldai UonrlotU Wheaton, Tarragona) Oalatea,¥e»<»wi*e,Telgnn.oath; Myrrha, BelnkS, MarseUles: lirig'Bea Bird, Oolvart, Barcelona. 8d, ship TransatlanticEdwards, Aberdeen; brlgOamoesDeOokla, Villa de Oonde. Ol'd 3d, ihlps Elfta MorrisonMoBornle. Belfast: John McKensle, Blonnerhassott.Oreenocli! Wlpi Ylola, Wlshart, Bwsnsea; Anna flerlrnida, Van Ingen, Queens town; Percy, Morgan, Arbroath. ¦ 1 NOTIOS TO * MABI!»BB8. . Oiw KoHM *sd OBiatesvoii (8. C.) Lionts.—On the evening of January 1,18S8aVlnl W*f """''"?'" H**««iwf«i»r,»«« «»«* mfnuu. wlllbeoxhltltrf from the new tower now la tourso of *»c«on on Cape Roman, S. O., in place of the present «ed light at that The new tower (placed near tho present low one of 06 feet eleve...

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Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857

«** Ashm—The market !ftntber ~ flti. aHM.o^oflefor, ^' fe^^t^f(E)W4"%ul0 tIita 'nionilng. 800 iko*Tgt?l»<Dl»i {o»Md-»tlJ3.iec. . ¦ .- :¦ r Cotkk—^Ii«*<narti^'5»i. *!!n '1mt aalet;, Manafaeit»S« ate buylM a«4W»ly.';.We inoV: 'i . ¦ . .<""¦ ''-ww%dlK'0tUuiNMTI0*- ¦ f ! ,1 ' • ,, ,,.Bri«iS;' Storlda. MobU«. N.O. & Ter. 3SB»«i??.9F"' ¦ " 'i8-^-SS ¦ S3 Hiddllig *alr...UX ... 16K ' . 16X M» i»afr...r.....'i."'.MX M^ ' nmo. . som. ¦' IioAi'£dA-TtUra<tnliyii ftlr (or ^cslero Oanal •BUmx,^a»tn|T»I* ll golt and the.^arkot.fl^mer ^. . The SSS^to'glili trt f» Ohio; $7 46BMM for irooAto ch3« «tr*do; ft (»•»10 60 for St. Idtila brondu .itrf «J»«i*;i»'l»' e8tra,O6neriee. - 1' , ¦•?•'!• . vitortH i x-ne qonupa is tain i S^G«aiaiUAa< <:am^-^nn. *v7Wm<M&irt ttM§i».<X> for taporflne , and iM«a|»^%i».nlwHor orand. ")rarren'« plough iMilU;»iHiHW I»»M« brand' <if aira family Hour, staie alOlhawt. Oaaada Weat, and i&...

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