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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 30 July 1861

-J—— -• *• H í^rí iv ist "■ til i\ "sli ;;m >«h t n yol. xxiv. galveston, tuesday mo] CIVILIAN. ponían by " - STCJAHT, CAVE * CO. «ici o* «dwcrift10m : Weekly per annum.. e. 4.....|3M •' " •' if not paid within 6 month! 400 , Trl-WeeWyperannum,Inadvance, IN « " end of year 8 00 Commercial personam.'. 300 Postmaster* remitting twodoilarsand fifty cents for each advance subscriber, wffl be entitled to the other fifty cents for eommlsetons. um oí ADVSKTI8IHG: For ailii|KnMtI ten Une*,orlen «1 for ti fin t and 50 cents addti&Hial for each submquent insertion. A liberal deduction madeon rearly adrertisemenUand to those who advertise by the qnarter or year. wedbe *PAY, JViH 94, 1861. mk I# if W We had a very heavy rain, accompanied with a bajd bW and much lightning, on Mon- day night tW Capt. Leon Smith bu am red with ammunition from NewOrteaes-via New Iberia. We win publish ayen. interesting account of big trip in our beSfr' - , ft 1 ,t> r 0T Mr. W. L. Caaaidy waa stabbed by Mr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 30 July 1861

fllv $Nfc w-: %W0:, -■■c FM1KAT, JCtT 88 1861. ■ fakacrlktn. r • hKye aaouot due ua in vari- lotf tbeat*** by eobecribera to the WWtyrOMUaa- K«y of Q**for scve- mXjmi*. Dries tfcoM wte-ltjc aflebted to ■«, p«y, of ttaér arrearages, we willaet W«HatoMad tbe paper to them. Wadh'Ht" ■ ■tr"~***^T Moding tbep - r. Send at some the Civilian will WAR ITEMS! Lincoln's Congress. The War in Missouri. Later News from Richmond* IMPORTANT FROM WASHINGTON I colled we gire them to editorial or V* aw iodMtid toOapt. A. McNeil, of tfca 0. S. Amy, vte reached here last theLib«V bort, for K. O. papen «f 17th and l«h. Ee inferna us that Gen. •May expaata to reach Texaa in a few days. or Wa aotiea «at Capt. 8. R. Dará, of tta tteM luaaraa. aaBa far UTO men to enli t >#■# far tfca War ia «M Taa Dora Guard ,' a pany being raiaad far aervfae M> Texas under Ua iMfima The auatpaay bears a gallant aaaa, ait wO tata a (aHaal Captain. Capt. DmM waa eAaaatai at Waat Point, andhaa a— eerri « Maadaa, tajiag ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 30 July 1861

ill* Civilian. PRESIDENT DAVIS' MESSAGE. COUNTING BOUSE CALENDAR 8PECWL DESPATCH TO " CIVILIAN1 sr the atas teles b ape use. i « I «!" 1 2 3 4 A « t 1 K 11 12 12 14 IS ie 11 U 1ft K VI ÜS 2S ii 25 «7 •A «9 3t 31 1 2 3 4 a C 7 t 9 111 11 IS! 13 14 15 16 23 17 1« It 2<; 21 22 24 a 26 27 28 1 2 .3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1U 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 2d 21 2223 «4 as 2ti 27 28 29 30 HI i 1 2 3 5 6 8 It 111 11 18113 14 15 16 17 18 1950 «1 ■ja rjl 24 25 26 87 «S 2 30 1 8 3 4 5 6 7 H 9 IU 11 ia 13 14 15 16 17 tfl i ¿i) 21 22 23 M 25 M 87 J 29 30 31 S 3 4 5 A 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 1 19 20 2182 a ¿4 23 26 27 at 2« 30 .. SiptJ 26 27 88 29 Richmond, Jnly 20.—Congress met to-day pursuant 16 adjournment. The foltowmg is President Davis's Message to Congress, which was read in open session : fer* V lL£We are authorlaed to announce GEN. T. J. CHAMBERS, of Chambers county, as a candidate for Gorernor of the State of Tena. TO* We are authorized to announce ex-Gov. F. B. LUBBOCK, as a candidate for G...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 30 July 1861

,1 i iiisiirws Garis. 10 . b. bat E. i. curtis. 4* ULLOWAl te CO., SHIPPING ADD COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 169 State, comer Commercial street, Bostox. Refer to Messrs. V. A. Tankers ley ft Co., Mesan. Sorter, Smith ft Co., Galveston. julyl7 1y «¿e ft Bamar<) TREMONT STREET, NEAR TUK STRAND, SALVKSTOK, IBAS. PAINT STORE, Patota of all kinds. Oils, all kind Varnish, Brushes, (a fine assortment,) (Mass of every sise and quality, Artist's Colors and Tools, Paint Milla. diCtorent sisee, a rood article. iy24 HENRY jrOCHNEAY, STEAM MANUFACTURER of Window Sasb, Doors and Blinda, Church St., (near the Catholic Church,) Galveston. Twnii Orders (or any «oik In my line will be promptly exe- cuted. Baah and Blinda always on hand. Doort, Windows Frames and Mouldings made to or der. N. B.—Plaining done to order. Tr? Orders from the country executed with despatch wm. Arum, 1i/C ANUVAOTCRKR of Sash, Doors and Blinda, on ATA 23d St., between the Episcopal and Baptist Church Keeps constantly (or sale an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 13 August 1861

mm# v#f': m . X&- GALVESTON, TUESDAY *#1 iwnsville, like t'all the em- fi House. volnir been publish- ers. It is well ip—50 cents. been in hie i «traction of Dr. Brunie udtoj ' South-West repots the leaving: of Star Guards, from Waco, to ren at Brenham. They form one of companies for Virginia. Three men named Beck, James and Banon have been hung by the citizens of Bosque county for ^arse-stealing and other villian- ies. They met their fate without flinching. The Waco South West says a commissioner is about to be sent from Texas to treat with the wild tribes beyond our northern border. A. letter from Hamilton county, to the fmo South' Wésí, says that on the 16th mat. seven Indiana attacked Mr. Splawn and Kykendall, in that county. Mr. Splawn showed figltt and scared the party off; but Mr K., who ran, was followed and killed. We find in the Waco South West a call for every man in the county to be at the court-house, on the 23th July, with all the weapons is his possession,in order...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 13 August 1861

ilie (¡Muro. ■tilt lie ailing tut eyen- ®* Tb* hanpw A.L. Seed, Capt. Sawyer, from Galveston, arrived at Liverpool July #, all well on boanl. W Confederate Treasury Notes are in circulation in sent to boy Wool for factures, apd are readily to( oar cotem- Sontb, we to-day pre- Í with extracts fit lineóla papen, in reference to the battle of Manassas. They an Baking vain efforts to palliate the ditgraoe which has befallen their armies. A. negro boy discovered a party of In- dians in Urald county driving off a herd of horses. Notice was given and four of Capt. Bains mounted men started in pur suit. The Indians were overtaken, one of them killed and the rest put to flight. The horses and all of the trappings belonging to to bring ^heud a report ejnurdered President The Pioneer says\tSkñ furnish the Conf< bushels of c colar then, i In the com. The Sherman Ji is >« abolitionist, and " enraged *t him. Austin Gazette learns that Major Burleson is within a tfr days march of a large bod...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 13 August 1861

ill* Civilian. COUNTING HOUSE CALENDAR 19 20 SI 1920 21 ■n 20 2122 itup IÍ7Í18 19 24 25 26 Dec.. TUESDAY, ACGÜST 13 >861. ID* Thanks^tfr Gushing of the Telegraph for late papéis". . >. *- .■ Thanks to the Southwestern Express ■ " "• *•' -"Jor late papers. i 11, BT Mr." E. J. Allen, formerly an attache of ÁV?;.';t ur office, is now in the ap country and will tscsive subscriptions or amounts due the Civ- . 'm• . .fa* We learn that the troops at Harrisbnrg hare been ordered to take up the line of march for Virginia. The War steamer which came the other day, departed on Saturday. She lay alongside the South Carolina all day Saturday, we sup- pose discharging coal. |g~ The C.'S. mail steamer A. S.Ruth- yen, Capt. Peacock, arrived here Saturday ' woming last, from Liberty, with the mails and the following passengers: Herbert, Batchlor,Orason, Capt Williams, A S Ruthven, Hardin, McCost, Sheldon, biddings, White, Whittington. f the enemy frqm the Dart i the Calcasieu riverand i from a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 13 August 1861

seés Ik Civilian, Cntaáenle Curt at Oalreilea. This Conrt ig fuUr orfcanixed and ready for business. Judge, W. P. Hill; District Attor- ney, George Mason; Clerk, Harana P. Matt; Marshall, Wm. T. Austin; Deputy Marshall, John N. Reed; Commissioner, Philip C. Tucker. The first Monday in each month is appointed for holding special sessions in admiralty. ■> ♦' The third Monday in November 1861, is ap- pointed for halding a regular term, for (he Jpial or common lair and eqúitf cases. PrefHali for Arnr Supplies. Hcad Quarters, Galveston Tura?, I July 30,1861.) In accord*uoe with the instructions received from Commissary General of Subsistence. No- tice is hereby given that Proposals will be re- ceived at this office for the delivering supplies for the Confederate Army, either in full or part rations, at any point on the railroads connect- ing with Galveston, or Houston, payment to be mad* in Confederate Bonds. Proposals will also be rece'red for the de- livering of supplies in small qu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 27 August 1861

YOL. XXIV. GALVESTON, TUESDAY MÍRNING, AUGUST 27, 1861. GALVESTON WEEKLY CIVILIAN. rUILtIUTO it STV1BT, CAVE * CO. nuca ot iDMcsirnov: Weekly per annum «3 00 *' " *' If not paid within 0 months 400 T l-Weekly per annum, in adnnee 60* " "end of year 8 00 Commercial perannnm 3 00 Postmaatera remitting twodollara and fifty cents for each adrancesuhacriber, will be entitled to the other fifty centa for commissions. rath o iSTnTnin: for a singla square often lines,or less 91 for th first • and SO cents additional for sach subsequent insertion. A liberal deduction madeoniearlyadmtiMaeati and to those who adrertise by the ^quarter or year. THURSDAY, ICSCiT 88, 1861. O" Thanks to the Southwestern Express for late papera. W Thanks to Mr. B. Maory for late pa- BT Another letter from Ca] appear in onr next. at Swiaia the Army! ; Ebrter Navarro Guards; Rifles. The progress of the Federal army in Mis soori and the recent treacherous conduct of the Mexican government, as well as the ac- cumulatio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 27 August 1861

¡fr - & í : p. 1-: \ -■ Ik- <£>mJia . SATVHDÍI. AUGUST 34, 1861. JT The Nacogdoches Chronicle says that the F. M. at that place is also Major and J. P. ' Ü* Thank to Messrs. B. J. Boiling, and J. L. McKeen and E. B. Hunt, for late p pe«- O* The War correspondent of the Pales- tine Advocate says, that Col. WigfalVs Bat- talion in Virginia, then numbered 720 men, IE? The New York papers publish lists of the vessels chartered and bought by the United States daring the present war. Among them appear the names of the "Na- tional Guard," and "John 0. Kuhne." 03" CoL Caruthers, Superintendent of the Penitentiary, tells us that he has furnished all companies that have called on him, with such material as they needed, relying upon the approval ofsthe Governor. This is all right. iry The Nacogdoches Chronicle and the Palestine Advocate both urge strongly , the importance of providing clothing for our army. The Advocate says that the ladies of that county have taken the matter in han...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 27 August 1861

IS W 1920 IBS E12223 88 30 31 23 24 25 se TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1861. Uí Mr. E. J. Allen, formerly an attache of oar office, is now in the np country and will receive subscriptions or amounts due the Civ- iliM- ' . HT Fifteen patriots, in Bed River oounty have subscribed 640 bales of cotton to the Confederate loan. IS^Iklajor Atraer' Jackson, died at luis Lake moneys plantation, Brazoria county, od Wednesday, the 21st inst., at 5 A. M., of congestive fever". E0" The Dallas Herald mentions the sadden death of Mr. Joba Bobbins, formerly of Galveston, a ' We have some accounts of damage to the «utton plant from the worm in portions tjf Texas j but believe the larger crop than that of last year is still Pots County- voted as follow at the late election: Lubbock, 112; Chambers, 322 ; Clark, 19; Crockett, 343; j?osone, 97; Taylor 5; Brown, 120; Yanvleck, 209; Crosby, 112. Rcaemrcu •* Texas. Htm. C. B. Johns, Comptroller of Texas, has tened" a circular to the people, showing the -condition o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 27 August 1861

I n^S" j in November 1861, is ap- term, for the trial Sr. DOLBEAR Commercial College, OF THE OITT Oí NEW ORLEANS, Fatuidad In 1833—Chartered by the Le islatare of La. • W, Prapmli lor Amf Snpplie*. Hi ad Qüabtebs, Gai-vkston Teta?, I July 30,1801.1 In accordance with the instructions received from Commissary General of Subsistence. No- tice is hereby given that Proposals will b* re- ceived kt this office for the delivering supplies, for Um Confederate Army, either in fnil or part rations, at any point on the railroads connect- ing with Galveston, or Hooston, payment to be made in Confederate Bonds. - Proposals will also be received for the de- livering of supplies in small quantities, pay- ment to b« made in snob way as the Confeder- ate government may direct. The supplies will consist of Beef, flour, pork, ~s sugar, riee, soap, candles, vinegar, corn, and hay. i« Confederate government relies upon the patriotism of the people of Texas, to come for- ward and sustain the army in Texa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 3 September 1861

„ m ; fi0t nú mm ill 5 L. XXIV. GALVESTON, TUESDAY MOR] LYESTOS WEEKLY CIVILIAN. FUBLTSHKD BT STUART, GATE & CO. raro* 01 subscription: K " " if not paid within 6 months 400 trl-Wertly per annum, in advante, .. 6 ■¡its •* . ' M end of year -- " Fr m GalTtaton." fifty cents fore rítx ¡ r a linile square oft 800 3 09 and fifty cent for entitled to the other i (1 forth first nt insertion, nts and r or year. ltt® _ .. ill be furnished to the pnblie at a p: J with die hard times. he mails are reduced to a tri-weekly ser- , oar pan^JrHI reach the op country peo- Tbe railroad and Btage i now open, will enable ns sws, almost as soon as by rill be no detention here, r night will go off .in the > delivered to our city A.RTrHWfc Coügnsa, from the 3d announc^Hon. PBTEB for Con AX,AC6USX.it) 1881 merchants of Gonzales are re- from Matamoros Key it appears that im the way of building, still continues at Lavaca. — ■ C We understand that the volunteers who left Housto* for Virginia last Frid...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 3 September 1861

m. ~¿ü Urn lleatioc of the daily to cease the pnb- w • tbe present, we have I tbe publication of tbe Tri-Weekly, which will be furnished to the public at a price, In keeping with the bard times. As the mails are reduced to a tri-weekly ser- riee, oar paper wjll reach tbe up country peo- ple. on every arrival. Tbe railroad and stage route tp New Orleans now open, will enable us to obtain the latest news, almost as soon as by the old rMte. Then# ill be no deiention here, | aairs received By night will go off in the V morning and be delivered to our city 1 i at an early hour. ' We are authorised to announce A. P.WILEY- falker, aa a candidate for Congress, from the 3d - live D'srictot Texas. IT P We are authorised'*) announce Hon. PETER W. GRAY. of Harris County, as a candidate for Con grass In this (the 3d) District. KT J. W. Ferris is elected Judge in the Sixteenth District. ItT Col. Terry's regiment will rendezvous at Hnrisburg on Monday, the 2d of Sep- 's Lookout report the Blockade...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 3 September 1861

•> CALENDAR 26 27 *8 Va presume Oat tiie late act of Congress to ccafacatft slaves who may assist In «lie military operations for the defence of the Sooth is in accordance with tbt mysterious procesa of " spiking" recommended by the New York THbnne. By this act all slaves found employed on the public works of the Confederate States are to be seised and em- ployed in the same work by the TJ. S. The statute in question re-&nacts the general law in regard to the confiscation of the property employed by a public enemy in military operations; but contains a special section, declaring that slaves come under this law. Mr. Crittenden and the few Unionists from Maryland, Delaware, and Kentucky who have thus for refused to give up their places in the old Federal Congress were nat- urally greatly embarrassed by this hill, aimed directly at the institution of slavery. Mr. Bingham offered an amendment to the original bilL subjecting all property employ- ed in reristance to the laws of the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 3 September 1861

T_H -:r% nrl at GalTcM*^t TUa Coart >s fallj organized and' res botines?. Judge, W. P. Hill; Diatriet ney, George Mason; Clerk, Manas F. Mott; Marsh&Jl, Wm. T. Austin; Deputy Marshall, John N. Bead; Commissioner, Philip C. Tucker. The first Mondar in each month is appointed for holding special sessions in admiralty. The third Monday in Nosember 1861, is ap- pointed for .(raiding a regalar term, for the trial of common law and equity cases. Pjroposala for Araqg Supplies. hias qpaxtcbs, Galvsston Texas', i July 30,1861.) In accordance with the instructions received from Commissary General of Subsistence. No- tice is hereby giren that Proposals will be re- ceived at thWoBce for the delivering supplies for the Confederate Army, eithsj * full or part rations, at any {mint on the railroads connect- ing with Galveston, or Houston, payment to be made ill Confederate Bonds. Proposals will also be rece ved for the de- livering of supplies in small quantities, pay- ment troe made in suc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 10 September 1861

* Galveston weekly civilian, ÜTI CAVE, raics of inMoximoR: Weekly per annum 9300 • '• •« if not paid within« monthi 400 Tri-Wertly per annum, Inadvante, 6 OS " " end of year P flu Commercial perannom .. 3 00 Postmaster remitting twodollari and fifty cents for each advance subscriber, will be entltletfto the other fifty cents for commissions. ratks or rnnraiKs: For a tingle square of ten lines,or leas 91 for tha first and SO cents additional for each sataagnent insertion. A liberal deduction made on Tearlyadrertisefeents and to those who advertise by the quarter or year. THPBSBAY, I ' Jeff, Thompson, commanding the 1 souri forcea at the battle of souri, is a Virginian by birth, I Biding in Western Missouri for t or twenty yean. ®" Senators Baker, < of Kansas, Gave deelii offered 0 tbembyl (At 1 Sf The papers a the rank and file of i at the Leon, some I left San sAnh by a company of^ Ingraham in j prisoners w ant of that 1 rich 1 -orth t made vote for Judge of Ihe'fil^ We are not d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 10 September 1861

I* Civilian. MTCBB4X, SEPT. 7, 1861. IÍOTH .—AU advertisements. e.t- i those of parties haying annual contracts, most be paid for before publication. Tee Tbi-Wkcklt Civilian.—The necessi- ties of Hie times having led its to cease the pub- lication of the daily for the present, we have ^ commenced the publication of the Tri-Weekly, which will be furnished to the public at a tfrice, in keeping with the hard times. As the mails are reduced to a trl-weekly- ser- vice, our paper will reach the up country peo- ple, on every arrival. The railroad and stage route to New Orleans now open, will enable us to obtain the latest news, almost as soon as by the old route. There will be no detention here, as the news received by night will go off in the cars next morning and be delivered to our city ^subscribers at an early hour. valker, at a candidate for Congress, from the 3d Representative D'a rict of Texas. a ' We are authorised to announce Hon. PETER BAT. of Harris County, as a candidate tor Co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 10 September 1861

Ihf Civilian. COPTIW BOUSE CALENDAR 18 1990 21 22 23 5 6 Oct..1. Mat. 28 S3 24 DicJ 1 2 a! 9io 15 IS 2S ¡2930 1920 2122 TUESDAY SEPT. 10, 1861. far Mr. E. J. Allen, formerly an attache of our office, is now in the up country and will receive subscriptions or amounts due the Civ- O* A train from the Rio i brought to San Antonio^ coffee. ¡W Gep. Ac S. leans on tba eve next morning for O* The First Mil al) suffered «ever* tie. They were ' were killed i There were ] atlj Eilttrlal CemqMBdmce. Official Heport f Cc«. M'Cnilocto. ' which j I seven O* The army w 'Key" learns that ge to barton, and i warm; has also injured west of the Colo- Mg\ the Üu Janderbilt publishes a note papers, stating that hav- h for an answer from nent to his proffer of his ) public service, his proposi- h drawn SLr The citizens of Harrison County, Ky., have called upon the owner of the Covingtob and Lexington Railroad, and informed him that if shipments of arms were not stopped, the road frould be destroyed. He p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 10 September 1861

X Confederate Court at Galveston. This Court is folly organized and ready for business. Judge, W. P. Hill; District Attor- ney, George Mason; Clerk, Haraus F. Mott; Marshal, Win. T. Austin ; Deputy Marshall, John N. Beed; Commissioner, Philip C. Tucker. The first Monday in each month is appointed for holding special sessions in admiralty. The third Monday in November 1861, is ap- pointed for holding a regular term, for the trial of common law and equity cases. Proposals (or Army Supplies. Hcjj> QuABTiBa, Galveston Tkxa?, i July 30,1861.) In accordance with the instructions received from Commissary General of Subsistence. No- tice is hereby given that Proposals will be re- ceived at this office for the delivering (supplies for the Confederate Army, either in full or part rations, at any point on the railroads connect- ing with Galveston, or Houston, payment to ba. made in Confederate Bonds. Proposals will also be received for the de- livering of supplies in small quantities, pay- ...

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