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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 10 October 1840

"Tntrrit WITHOUT rz.n " SATURDAY, OOTOnJBIltOiAiOi 1'OK r RESIDENT, MARTIN VAN" BUREN. i Fou Vice President, AND THE ELECTORAL TICKETS . r t i : - T r r.i r ociiiiiunui 71 I..1.T. v-i t.i o i T -1 Tl T I n T iTl.mlel Jacobv r- I Vi linn n Wm. Shoener ' xicnry ucuuu Ulenty Logan JOHN C -12 Frederick Smith 13 Charles M'Cluro H J. M. Gcmmell 15 0. M. Hollenback 10 Leonard Pfoutz 17 John Hortonjr; 18 William Phlljon 16 John Morrison 20 Westly Frost 21 Benj. Amlerson 22 William Wilkina 23 A. K. Wrisht j 24 John Findley I 25 Stephen Barlow BUBHER, Chairman. ii i- ames reacocs, W. Hotter, Socrolarics. CONQRESS. SENATOR. ASSEMBLY. DANIEL SNYDER- COMMISSIONER. CHRISTIAN WOLF-TREASURER. TTfirVWATiT T?. T?TTfTOTIT. AUDITOR. JOSEPH CRAIG' SHERIFF. JOHN CORONER. OONSEORATION. he "Orangevillo Union Church" will 1nr ,t-A At Ihvna (lt I ) I eXDecleu Irom t;Ifir(rvni(n nf ill (To run i le papers in the county are requested to ngeville Oot. 3, 1840. yTN v"" splendid VAN BUREN HICKORY ISAAC C. JOHNSON...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 10 October 1840

iDerftoc&atiG ,Ieotin'gs. RoaringGreek Awaie. A largo aiid enthusiastic Assemblage of the friends of Van Buren, Johnson, Porter and regular nominations, was held on Wed nesday, lliu Till day of October inst. al tho honse of Paul Roath, in Roaring Creek. About 2 o'clock the meeting was organ ized by appoipting JOHN. ADAMS,. Pres-: MenuAndrew M'Clttre, Abraham TV-ox- ell, Michael l R. Hoiotr, Amzi Drown, Frederick Heltcig, David Harbinc, Sebas tian Hower, Daniel Keller, Daniel fust ier, George Roat, Jacob Ifarncr, Capt. Henry Mclz, John Teager, Jacob Slim, Vice Presidents and Jonas Barringer'. Pe ter K, Harbinc, Jacob Hoiver, and Charles F. Mann, Secretaries. ' On motion of Stephert Baldy, E.iq, the following Commjllec, "was appointed to pre pare and report resolutions. for tho consider ation of the Meeting. II. Webb, Stephen, Baldy, C. F. Mann, Casper Riwn, Wash ington Harder, David Mctz, Abraham Ber ber, jr. Jonas Wolf, -Jacob Ycager, David Ycngor, Daniel Furls, Aaron flennnigei...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 October 1840

It mm I liavo sworn upon tlio Altnr of God, eternal hostility lo every form of Tyranny over tlio Blind of Man." Thomas Jefferson. .t PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB JUJLWWMSJBUKG, COLUMBIA COTOT3T, PA, Kranlbei. 85. 1 1 w , , . . - ' ' -ti rwf-rtrr rw, jri'fi , M' 1 In', i i .".in-nr t"ni ugs.gsM . i iu'fii?niPi iiMiMAl-h iiWw J..,-..T OITICE 0P3HIB DEMOCRAT. Opro:iiJ3 (St. f'XiJij'Ohuncit, Main-st. 77it COLUMimDBMOCJlAT ' will be published every Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year Ko subscription will be taken for a shorter period than six months; nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages arc discharged, ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will be conipictiotrsly inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twent'if-ftvc cents for every subsc tjucntnscrtwn. $CjF"M liberal discount viade'fo those mho advertise by the yea LETTERS addressed on business, nusl ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 October 1840

Is only when iVoy become sobered by de feat, ihat ihoy will nib thoir ;ayen, and a wake lo a pcrcoptibn of whrit fools they have muilo themselves ? The farmers and workiugmeu bf Oliio, Pqlrilsylvania and New York, the stern ilillexiblo States ltights inert of Virginia, have not yet spo Ken. 'Uut lliey wlllinun speak, in pealB of thunder, that shall dissipate the clouds which havo for a momeht ob'scdrod the coining tri umph of Democracy, and usher in the briHil day lhat is ilinnincr, . Let no' Democrat sic on at his post, Let! lit m bewakoful, watchful, firm and inde latiffttble. Let him neither ba bullied, de ceived, or corrupted. Let him go to the polls, and cast his honest independent bal lot in the face of lordlings of all sorts, who threaten him with starvation, for an honest exercise of his indisputable rights; and let him never foictot, (hat iho power to carry this threat into execution, originates alone in the paper credit system, which alterably inflates and depresses the bu...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 October 1840

New $3-M! S o o 3 .3 5 a ir g k ss 'a s 5 2 a o 2 CONGRESS. Benjamin A. Bidlack. E. W. Sturdcvant. SENATOR. Samuel F. Headier. Joseph Brobtit. ASSEMBLY. Daniel Snyder. John 0. Lessig. COMMISSIONER. Christian Wolf. Jacob Yohc. TREASURER. Leonard U. Rupert. JobnjC. Grier. John Rhodca. AUDITOR. Joseph Craig. SHERIFF. John Fruit. Jesse Shannon. Samuel Achenbauch. CORONER. Andrew Ikelcr. Julia Ilazlet. 197.194 143 181 136 100 221 68 178 209 121 203 150 81 245 41 00 27 70 39 a o 89 86 81 83 P. zr o 3 ' C3 5. it u o W ' 5 3 -I 03 B on c G , "l 1 H tr1 DIED Departed this lifo on Saturday tnoriiihir at 7 o'clock tlte 10th of Oct. inst. FRANCIS RUPERT son of Mr! Peter Rupert of Montrure township, Columbia: cohnty, in the 20th year of his ago. Cease yo moiirners 1 coaee to languish'; U or the gravo of those ye love ; Pain, and death, and night( and anguish,- lMiier not mo worn above, While in darkness ye are stray ing J.onely in tlie ueepmn? shade ; Glory's brightest beams are playing. iiounu ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 October 1840

K '.-. jamrf ,y,-hJ akoj IN URSANQE of tho .direation and injunction of an Act of tho General Assem bly of this Commonwealth, passed the 2d day of February, A. D. 1830, do kerefey give no- :no, that un flection will bo held by the citizens qualified to vote fur members of the General Asscnibly, at the several election vitstricls in tho county of .Columbia, on Friday the 30A day of October next, (''is being the fifth Friday preceding tho first Wednesday in December,) at which 4;mo and places will o elected THIRTY 'SRSOJNS, as Electors of a President and "ice Preatdentof the United States. Tho several Judges, Inspectors and Clerks,' who shall attend the olection for Members of the General Assembly, imme diate preceding this oloction, shall attend and perform tbc liko duties at the said Elec tion of Electors, and be subject to the like penalties for neglect 01 mlseonditctj as they, ore liable to at the election of" the Members of the General Assembly. WM. KITCHEM, Sheriff. Sheriff's Of...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 24 October 1840

f Ml CiMJMBIA IMfCllM I lmvc sworn upon tho Altar of God, ctcmal hostility to crcry form of Tyranny over tlic Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. Volume 11 V. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATMBAY. OCTAHTOR '24.1B40.' Number 20. tatBiKsasaKiiAJdaflah&fl , 7 7 COMJMEBIA UM TT OMciaM B B O t) 184 o o 3 3 CONGRESS. Benjamin A. Bidlack. E. W. Sturdevant. SENATOR. Samuel F. Hcadley. Joseph Brobst. ASSEMBLY. Daniel Snyder. John C. Lessig. COMMISSIONER. Christian Wolf. Jacob Yolie. TREASURER. Leonard B. Rupert. John C. Grier. John Rhodes. AUDITOR. Joseph Craig, SHERIFF. John Fruit. Jesse Shannon. Samuel Achenbauch, CORONER. Andrew Ikeler. John Ilazlet, 197 101 143 iao 100 221 181 08 178 209 121 203 150 81 245 41 3 U)' 5' 00 27 70 39 n o o a. 2 " . O. O 3 g t o :r tr ir O 3 o 5S o 3 O H. M o M 5' O B o H - tr1 89 80 81 83 87 70 103 47 237 201 1G1 200 118 97 89 190 40 0 195 181 131 153 120 103 187 30 82 33 111 131 00 23 95 111 03 28 219 70 121 02 01 192 ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 24 October 1840

if-nn lcirfrorUleL wiredurnnig'for-l ii .v wlieu a waVBn llic part or, tlieir1 mar leron oppressors v i 1 1 1 - England or I'rii.cr. will nimble th'om to reap1 tlio fruits if 'm ired vengeance." Ia not tins the vengeance of iniutialilc nml never d ing haired to tlic Democracy T Dops it not bieuthe the concentrated venom of Hill nml mittcnies against the Demo oru'V, tin; "miijority" of this people of llie l':it'ed Stales, tluiir policy, nml their prim rides? Yet this is the language of the Mrs or cle; ilio org.vi of the 'IVy lord.-", n'l'li whom Mr, Webster was affiliated ilur i.. ' 'its May in Etulaml; at wlms'e palneifs i i i'ip roilolry he was domesticated, and Wh-re he fared sumptuously every day. Aid this very man is now parading 'the ou'itry aa r democrat of the pure Jtfftr sn.xm school. Recking as he id from the stew a of rani; iiriflorrar.y. and clothed with every attribute of an tip-t.iri member of thai presumptuous liibe, hi1 in now on hi wav to insiH die people of Virginia...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 24 October 1840

S.ITUnV.tV, OCTOBER. 2 1, .1610. I RESIDENTIAL ELECTION 1840. FOK PrUSIDKNT, BIAItTia VAN BUREN. Fort Vioh Prksidiint, RICHARD SI. JOHNSON. AND 7liC CONSTITUTIONAL TREASURY. ELECTORAL TICKET. Jam ; Clamch, of Indiana, ? Senatoria Gr.o. G. Lr.ipr.u, nl Delaware, $ 1 George V. bmlck 2 Ueiij.1111111 Mifflin , FhmL'in-!, .""1'ifvcr 3 Vim. II. Smith 4 J dm I Sleintnati J ih.i DrmTiu lli.iry Myc.-s '5 Darnel J.ieoby 0 Jroo Johnson 7 Jacob Aliln 8 O.'o. CUrLtman 9 Win. Sli .cuer 12 Frederick Smiih 13 CliarloM'Cluro 14 J. M. Gcmmcll 15 G. M. Hollcnback 1G Leonard i'foulz 17 Jolin Hortonjr. 18 Vill'r.m I'HUm IS John Morrison 20 Wcslly I'roat 21 13cnj. Anderson 22 William Wilkins 23 A. K. 'riqiit 21 John Findley Stephen Harlow 10 Henry Dchull' 11 Hcmy Logan CONSECRATION. Tho "Or.mgcville Union Church" will" be consecrated on Saturday, tho 31st of October inst. and meetings will de continu ed for two or three days. Preaching may be expected from Clergymen of diUVrenl persuasions, in both Engli...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 24 October 1840

PROCLAMATION. IN PURSUANCE of the direction and injunction of an Act of the General Assem bly of this Commonwealth, passed the 2d day of February, A. D. 1830, 1 do hereby give no nce, tnat an election will ue Held by the citizens qualified to vote for members of the General Assembly, at the several election ilistncts in the county ol Uolumbia, on Friday ihe $07t day of October next, (that being the fifth Friday preceding the lirst Wednesday in December,) at winch time and places will a elected THIRTY PERSONS, as Electors of a President and Vice President of the- United States The several Judges, Inspectors and Clerks, who shall attend the election for Members of tho General Assembly, immc diatc preceding this election, shall attend and perform the like duties at tuc said Imcc tion of Electors, and be subject to the like penalties for neglect or misconduct, as they arc liable to at tho election of the Members of the General Assembly. WM. K1TCHEM, Sheriff. ShenfTa Olhce, Danville, Oct...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 31 October 1840

B3335 32t lhe Altar of God' ctcrnal ,108ty f every lbna of Tyranny over the Blind of Man-Thomas Jefferson. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. Volmiuc BV. mssBsrsemKimnmiwHi. .... .,,. BoawfjML ffl -L JHWJ H Mfl (! i I II HI I I I JiMm OPFJCE OF THE "iii i t wi m i wi ni mi - . IlKllMinn AT invit.! il, e, . . aaaBmsm 0Fm te. IW. cvuc, MT. few om.:irBM:t T; c "J I TAKING THE CENSUS. MMBflHHrsts and peaceful s!een! hn. "o you live here sir," said a irent!e 1 ' ' iuill" i n ,.. r , , o looked around and contemplated ever. ' JSy a,"russ' a,,d f s'o ofiioial looked around and contemplated every thin I"-3" y T,,r8M' a"d of S0I wllh an eye of tenderness and emotion- T. . ' Carrled a blak book in " children and sleeping father. I ' "anU " d a S,lvcr P"" " the period titan i,ix months; nor any tliscon-rmb,llun susP'cion and remose, never enter tinutrv pcrmiuc, until aU arrearages "e' "ow sweet is the sleep of inno :j;7r;":j::."" 0,111110 m.ghty Emperor r ; :;; "1""!I sm r the Russians spend t...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 31 October 1840

Thh unfottuuaie,' sighcdv Marfan; ' for, ignorant ol' your attachments, the king has commanded her to accept Jules de Roohefouuaulc, qrnl Here he comes.' ou aim me at once, Marian. I teas infirm nf purpose; 1 am so no longer.' 'Count! the kings command leaves you no choice; but it is also one which you have nought. Deprived of the hope of being uni ted to (he Marquise do Uriasiu, lile wouiu be to me no lonner of value. 1 ou stand I.Mtwpen inn and that hone. You are the blitfht unoti the fathomless love which ' are chtrished Upon your head be the loifeit 'or upon mine. Hard bye the Pet-'U-Triunun at eicht. Remember.' There was still a strong twilight at tho hour mentioned; the Duko was at his post, paring impatiently to. and fro. Five, ten, fifteen mitwtes and no Count. Anger.con tempt, desperation, fury succeesively sei zed upon him, when in the very height and whirlwind of his paroxyism the laughing fe male voice tang in his ears. 'Sorry to have kept you so long waiting; for I had ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 31 October 1840

"riin it without fkaii s-irrfWi. oc'TOJicii-M, teio. CONSECRATION. Tin "Ornngnville Union Church" will l,o ..oii'Tatpd on Saturday, the 31st of OcU'!p: inst. iind meetings will do contiau d for to or three days. Preaching may b, c.M..vt. d from Clergymen of different LoursP g,dly accepte() and sh persuaM'vi-, in noin ijugiisn anu Herman. Citueus generally are invited to attend. The papers in the county are requested to copy this notice. Orangeville Oct. 3, 1810. ELECTION FRAUDS. An investigation of a system of Election Frud of a most astounding character have besn ;J"i"K (in before the Courts of New "York r.iy, Philadelphia and Ballimoie for esvern made, dnva nasi. Disc orures Have uecn j i affecting the reputation of some of parts of the city, always making FEMALE DECEPTION. The New York express relates the fol lowing scheme of deception as a new mod. adopted to raise the wind by an elderly, witfow-Iooking lady. She called at a fancy store in Hudson street, some weeks since, wishin...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 31 October 1840

LEIDY'S X.UiSAl'AlllU.A III.OOD PIL1.H, (jglHUl.'IiD receive a preference over all 1'jlU now existence: i-'irt rtccutise they nro composed of Vegetable extracts, freo from minerals; and may lie taken at all time with perfect safety l.y young nml old, with- ui restraint irom occupation, temperate" living, fear of taking cold. Second Uecauso they are composed nf such medicinal extracts, at have lieen employed by all tlie tno-t celebrated and respectable l'hysiciani for mure una u century past, in purifying the lllood imd Animal fluid of the bodv. 1 liird Because they may bo employed ns a jijuu m aes.ve purgative, according to tlie quantity taken, and their operation will not bo attended with griping of tho bowels, sickness at the stomach, prostration of tho .system, &c., as are produced by other pillj. f f Fourth Bccauso they possess a combined action, not possessed by any other pills, mixturoor prepar ation whatever. Their first effect h in corrcctinc all impurities with which th...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 November 1840

I linve sworn tipen (ho Altar of God, clernal liostlMy to every form of Tyranny over the Mind f Man." Thomas Jefferson PJUNTED AND PUBLISHED BY If. WEBB. Volume IV. 13LOiillSUTC&, COLUMBIA COUOTY, PA. SATURDAY, MO VJ3M153RU7,840. Number 28. Orrosm: St. Paul's Ciiukcix, Main-st. TEEMS: TVie COLUMJJM DEMOCRAT mil be published every Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if not. paid tvilhin the year. No subscription will betaken for a shorter period than six months; nor any discon- unuancc pcrmuica, unui an arrearages are discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted al One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nsertion. ECT liberal discount made to those ivho aivcrlise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. From tho Casket. WOMAN'S REVENGE. A TALK OF VENICE. 'Twas night; and the broad expanse of heaven glittered w...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 November 1840

Well, Vlidl of him boyt" J i-He was V. - "Wlim?" "My father!" ' "Ha!" exclaimed ihe emperor," and the girl waj " "My sister!" answered the youth wildly. "Ha!" cried Nero, "dost thou threaten me, slave? Off villtan! or 1 11 strike thee dead at 1115' leel? Threaten a Crcsar ? bv heaven! 'tis poifidy complete oh! save me, i know not what I say! No! no! no! thou wilt not! All hell is leagued against me hoy! villian! slavcl stand out my way, Ho there guards ho ho treachery" "Then vengeance.' t- your duty" cried the youth, as he seized tho emperor by the thtoat, and hurling him prostrate on the floor "Thus thus! I aveugo thee father sister" and ho buried his digger deep, deep in tho heart of the tyrantl BWrr-l THE MEWS DREADFUL SHIPWRECK. The Foreign news at New York, per the Alexander, comprises nothing more inter eating than the following details of the loss cf the Lord 'Villiam Bentiack, East India- man, off Bombay. Indeed it was ono of the most melancholy and heartrending shipwrecks, ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 November 1840

To the Citizen's or Coi.UMOia CoUstv. WfflP Citizens, On tbc (lay of tlie lute General Elec tion) H hnnd-bill was published ami circuln. toil by Valentino Best.containing reflections Oil my conduct relative to the Congressional election founded on a letter from Mr. M. I'uiiroo. A the eharges wero entirely desti tula of truth, I thought proper to address lho following letter to Mr. Pcarec, and re- .ntB(l his reply. I also obtained from Mr. Jncnb RvaiiB, to whom.Mr. Pearce refers, a Htatumenl of tho conversation that was held between them. The public will perceive jy the perusal of these papers, that the charges made against mo, aro entirely un founded.and originated in a misunderstand ing between Mr. Pcarec and Mr Evans, mid I now publish the whole, with the sole view of flhowinc the " true state of tilings" date. and not witlfany intention of wounding the feelings of cither Mr Pearceor Mr. Evans. Hud the slander rested on the authority -r n.,, .,lnp. I slinnld have deemed this III H...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 November 1840

itn.iso.xs win DR. LEIDY'S tuA$fPARILLA 1)L00D SJft , , rcccive a preference over nil Pills now in existence: First- Because they arc composed of Vcgctablo extracts, free from minerals; and may be taken at nil tunes with perfect wifely by young arid old, with , "stnuntfrom occupation, temperate living, r carol taking cold, v Second Because they arc composed of such medidnat extracts, have been employed by all the most celebrated and respectable Physicians for more than a century past, in purifying tho lliood md Animal fluid of the body. . Thirl Because they may bo employed as a miul or acti.e purgative, according to tho quantity Ukcii, and their operation will not be attended with griping of tho bovvfil, sickness at tho stomach, prostration of tjio system, &c, ps are produced by other pills. Fourth Because thry possess a combined action, not possessed by any other pills, mixture or prepar ation whatever. Their first clli?ct is in correcting all impurities with which tho blood an...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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