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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 20 May 1846

^QrOii our first page will found a column of interesting intelligence in relation to i\ie Afexioan war, together with the conclusion of JUr. Stewart's admirable speech. t)E$*A number of interesting items will be found on the fourth page,.besides a good many advertisements. Qf_T We are indebted to tho Hon. James Black, for a copy oi the new Tariff law. Let the loiofoco majority in Congress paSa it at it« peril! ' ' Tm Armv.—There is nolatcr intelligence fiom Ihe Army than that in another column. Intelligent-" d the fate <>f «<?"• Tarlnr's command, is looked Jut willi.'intonse anxiety-. (j^-Why i* 'l'or« not alown meetingcallpd to gire vent lo the patriotic enthusiasm of our Citizens, us has been done in other iila-«co« ?. i '-In iimr'n tTi-rf'a n^lliinc so Women a man fr» nii'dest qui*! mid hnmilily i Kill wken ilic l.lnti "f WAII blows In yonr cara "Hun inillale lbs ncliuns of Ilia tig«!" , ,1 1 r 1 ' ' J_ - The Facer's Libiiaiit.—Tho May nnm-Itoroflhi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 20 May 1846

—^FROM^H|ABMY; Inter and Imiiortaliil-iBepnlse of the Mexicans ana'Pestifiictioti of Mata^bras~700vMexicans Killed! ¦ By an Estradlililladelphk. Spirit ol the Times*of yesterday, we have news from N. Orleans up to the Ulh inst. and news of a .more gratifying character from tho Army; wliich was received in that city by the steamer New York, which left Brazos Santi agbt-oirthejSte "" "—-*——¦ -t-QUT last previous accounlscame down.to I Wedndsday the 29th ult. Capt. Walker(of the Texas Rangers, having come into Pomtlsabel on the evening of the 28lh ult., from bis desperate encounter with the -Mexicans, Had voluntecied to carry despatches, to Gen/ Taylor. We now learn by the New York that in that desperate attempt—so desperate as to be thought fool hardy—he folly succeeeed- . • — ., Gen. Taylor learned from him the critical siluation in which Point Isabel was placed, and the imminent danger of its being carried by an overpowering force of tlie .Mexicans, lie promptly determined u...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 20 May 1846

: _teB^^iteiil: Fcr tMt.nenld'Ja: Biiiositor. , *% M£ BEATryC-I'ai^isdrry .to.bo",undet1 the naeesaity,nf ilsltirig the rse.of .JTOUr.cblumtlS again'bu th^siibject Of the diyision of. West Pennsboi<>ugli: township. Ah article .in Ihe Veliinteer'of .tae''7thin«i over thesignature of Big Springi'charges rne/with important omissions nnd gross perversions of facts, in my statement ol the 15th of April. I did net design to conceal facts or pervert them. I understood the ground of complaint by Mr.. Graham's clients was, that injustice had been -1lnnA-ffl/im.iMlifidkt,tibiUion and expenditnro of Ihe School funds. To repel the charges •made against the directors, all I judged neo-^SBsarv was, to show Uow tlie money had Been expended. This however, does not satisfy Mr. Graham's friend' Big Spring".— Every specific charge -must be specially answered. This I propose now to do with your indulgence. ',..,, ., ., Mr. Graham,' irt addition lo the charges already noticed, stated...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 20 May 1846

, v(gioffiQgi^s^pttegft;, .-The War Proceeilingsa~Ere8Wcnt's .. Message! ¦ t - -' ^vVjSBiNBToSfrnzH^e— In his special, Message to^Congress-in re lation" to the hostilities with "Mexico, the President opens by -referring tp his statements in his annual Message on the state of Moxi. can. affairs, and explains his desire to fix the boundary questicn,, and tbsettle-the claims of United States citizens against Mexico, which had been standing for no less than twenty years. He stated that all open negotiations and efforts had foiled to accomplish these desirable results. He had now to announce a jfafe of War, and that open hostilities had already commenced. -He shows how Hon. Mr. Slidell came lo be appoinledMatrOcltv" ber, and states that our Consul at Matamoras had been requested to inquire of the Mexican Government, whether a Minister would be received by that Government. To this inquiry Vi, affimative answer was given, under certain conditions, which were, that our forces should b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 20 May 1846

y_@$m&$0mm i ' From Extra New Oilcans Bulletin. Latest from Pointlsabei/.-Disastrous . _ ________ inteUigenee'j •', Saturday mbmin'g, May 9.*vj_ Rytho arrival'of the schooner Ellen and Clara, Capt GrifTIn,-from the Brazos St. Jagor vre have accounts from Point [Isabel to the morning of the 29th ultimo. The news is only one day later, aiid pf course not very de-> finite, or salistaetory. The fact, however, that no communication had been had for three days between Point .Isabel.and the Camp oi "Gen Taylor, is aloHB-sufficienttokeep-amp intu nn tin toft. We learn from Caplain Griffin and Doctor N. Briggs, a passengeijw'ho has been.several months in the armyTtmfc^Jpt' Walker, formerly of the Texian revepue servu-e, who has been stationed between-Point Isabel and (Jen. Taylor's ctunp, with a body otlwentylour volunteer^xan Rangers, found several of the teams which- had slatted from the Point for tlie camp were returning, nnd re^ ported that the Mexicans were on thd...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 20 May 1846

n^rF^-fmvttv- <233iUEiaaa£Sa3' Tlie Coiiiiiinnilinrt Ooniiral tnkea great'pride inannnunclng to lila Urigadc, that he wns rccoiveil liy the first tialtaliiuuif Ciiinlicrliiliil Vnliintcers, wlllcli \yaa purndeil fni- Review, nn the I4iu tnst. in true inllftary style, at tlie Carlisle llnrrtirks, Lieut. Cot. McCartney and Maj. Geo. O'Donnel arc deserving nf great applause for llieir military arrangements and most excellent marching of said Battalion. The platoon and Stiiirotlicers-iierliiniied.fiiliriifftbiyj'BUl6^dewrvo- pno»loTluM-<wr''the4»HgldHwetfHlH*r€»* serving and iiuiilti|inlii | ( In Ih^aiUffer^altril-of ourcoiintry' upon said day. (:np£*foi4MrH7Ki?!NI!iajltf-ali fbot Artillery deserve much applanse'Cor their mie inililtary.pppournnce un saiil day, particularly wbilaf performing tlie manuatnf the Battery. ,' '..... , ;- _ " ¦ Tito Commamllfig.Gijii'or'al wOiildrse'rloiialy :recnm-" niend to the otneors, non-commissioned officers, musicians and privates, td g...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 20 May 1846

£A 7:7',' :.- dd HdNiJ¥.tyr'^«^'d'>;' HONEY of a veiyiuperioi'quality juat opened at.;.- .;m»j;.?0;,i.i'«-;,' .-"¦'" KtubirW ' —: •' yyd'd. »';?;¦ ':.¦'..d'd'-d—•' —'.-'-' i - -- •• SWEET'Ottiiy'- ",',-" ' A lot of very good Sweet Oil for manufucturiiig'«iidotlier1p^WO»c«^'orT^e*ldi#fbyUie gallpn.tiy^Cp..{;'ujtf:$i4iy_7¦• i ,8,.Elliott.t :'y,ap3^R|^|jt^u»iPS. -:;j'. ;•'•,' A'"Ififautlful ';aMprtni.*nt:'''o(' Cornilitia' Lard 'iflp' timp i i'pf^¦eTvi;rj^«lxe:(iiSd ^rioei^jilida full MPIHX/ Of ^»'»l'«ue"^ anil for aalo clieap^ot t\ \ . Drug and Book More of gj^)i^K3gg££^5g;S^KHs^^^^ iMy&li^^^ .rjnjiNB- .Q'ifel'iiAM PSi'a"' large i io't^w^SV ¦ jbv;!l«tuert; with it constant »ttilnlyroP'*« ,«J>;t*il.'? Oii.rur s»le at lint Ding aiulUookitore pfa.'i, :, d-'.M»v 'OT.^.''>'.d, ¦''^•'f•' ¦ i?¦v*lU;' '9'is.WifIIiiTr.r«tic1c;,;:,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 20 May 1846

$^ gasBBsaaar *ss - ffiuj ^Socrligcmciitg, |g_WM- M.PORTER, |||_ ' HA.S i-eeeiveilan adilitional supply of Boo.li aiid-S'liqea suitable for tlio present aeaacn, wliich liis Is selling fit the lowest pricea. His atook -eniuprises-a variety of Gentlemen'e Calf, Moirocco anil Seal'-«kin Boots. Do. do do ,ddp . and-Kip MonVoes and Gnitcrs. -Do do Painps and iSlippcri!. 'Mens' coarse Roots and Brognns. Hoys'Uoots and Monroes. Lnilic's Satin. Kid and Alorrocoo slippers. Po Kid, Moi-i'occo and Leather tiea. ; Bo do^ do. IBronie..^ -«-"--- — ' Do Black and Fancy colored Galtcra and nan .uaitera. , , . Misses Kid and Morro4co.slipper* ond tie!, . blaek. and fancy colored. Do Gailcra hnd half gaiters. vjliildcent Boots ami Shoes-in endless varieljri_ Having also a large supply of Leather, ^'||» Morrocco, etc.-andcotnpiteiit'woi'kmen engaged, lie is prepared to mnmilacuire work for castomers ol the best quality. Boots and iSlioes sold here nre warranted, and if Ihev BH'. "paired gratis. .'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 20 May 1846

' *'" " CARIiIStB, PA. WE.PNESDA yyJi}^ ^ 18- >6-. > Tor nahal Commlsaipner. JAMES M./P0WEE, OP MEltCEll COUNTY.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 20 May 1846

^- The New Army Bill* ; 1 . For the benefit of those who tnay have- an i'ntefrilion to offer their services to the Government, wa Hiihjnln tha pfincipaUqatut'es ol jtiflj new bill"'passed by Congress ls^t week/for mustering into service fifty thousand Volunteers. . ' ' ¦ ' ' . Volunteers ar« to furnish iheir own clolhing and horses, but when muslered in(o active service aro to be armed and equipped by the Government. They are to be subject to Ihe atticles'Hf War, 'an-d"e.\-cept-as-to-o1 oth--ing'and"pay, to be placed-on-lhe sarne footing as the army, and in lieu of clothing they are to receive an equivalent in money. The Volunteers to be officered according to tho respective laws of the States to which thecompanies belong. The'President Tf he thinks it necessary, is empowered to make nominations to the Senate of Generals of Brigade and Divisions, and of the General Stall) as now authorized. Tlie Generals .will appoint their own Aids, and the President Will apportion their of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 20 May 1846

i)flhTranplu^"3WnrEetsr Mni*nAV Miiy lfilh. Flour—We notice furthernn!en ot'lODO bills, iirilliuiry lirnnda al 34,25, nnd a boihI brand nt *M 3U-- C'om Meal^—A small sale of Penn'n.. was made al 4)3 J2t fimln—N-^. nrrlvnl. in-dnv. and nn snlea to eliance llic market. Crpccrics—Almul GODbngs Hln Cort'ee sold nl 7|e..LUuig)^ugi&ew Ortcnns Sugar were taken at 0 n (ll^v^urgtlo'ul ofthe ninrkel.'aiul 100 lllids. Pono lllcn al^te itll'oii llm -.itiiutl rreilil. 100 casks Molasses, part Cle'nfiiecns. Iiroimlil Cfic. on lime., Provisions liuiet, and holders Arm. Whiskey sells In small lots at 20lc in bids.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 20 May 1846

- ' m*K - May 2nd nenr Ml. Cnrmr) Wnshlnptnn Co. Tllltmia, JOSEPH II. SO.MBHV1LLE, fbjinerly of Iliin jilacu, uged yO yenrs. ¦" ^ On Friday thii 6th Instant, in this plnVe, Ij\jTI]fiIt 11ACHMAN, only hod nf JofcjiIi 6. und Ai|na Margarcilu (aitt, nyectti immltm nnd 23 dnytf.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 20 May 1846

; Kcro ^btjertisicmcnts. Notice. t erpHE mbecriber having -sustained consldslIC orable damagca on 'his properly, ami on oqcotirii of complaints frdui his Tenants, takes this method of cautioning the pnblic, that the utmost-rigor ofthe law will he enforced against any aiid every person found trespassing on Ins i.reini«eat pajlicilnrly on bis Meadows on tho East side ofthe Letart Spring. ANDREW HOLMES. May 11,1846. • -.' . pnoposiu. A. A.QR. MR'S. OFFICE, ) Carlisle,Barracks, May718th, 1846. < ' CJealkd Pbotosals will be received <t this 7W office until Wednesday the 3d of Jane, for furnishing the troops at this post' with good quality of Frcsli Beef, for one year from Ihe 1st of July 1846—the Beef lo be furnishes" tlie anual round and in such quantities and at ¦neb times as tlie A. C. S. may direct. Form of contract can be seen at the office. J. P. J. O'BRIEN, 1st. Lt. Light Ar'y. A. A. Qr. Mr. 100 Wood Choppers Wanted, immediately .atthe. Carlisle Iron Wo'iks, fo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 20 May 1846

jB^pgl|^ceoUnt. -f Borough Receipts & Expenditures. Account cf^NatliantaTHantchy Tftaiurer of' ife Bfrough of Carlisle j April, 1846. •* T6 cailv received from Charles Bell, ¦ late Treasurer, ft 652 50 Balance of duplicate fori 84+, outatanding at iast-setilemcnt, > SSS 12A Amount nfduiilieale for, 1845 S 386 Hj Cash' received from M. Dlpple, lata clerk of Market House 2r 16 CaslrTiScelvia-'ft'OiirCDmtabliar-Haysi—J stray.hog sold m 1 SO Cash received fi-dtn Witt & Bryan lor brick of old Town Hail *0 00 Cash reieived from Constable Ha>s lor hbrse-po»;er sold by him under bo-. rough ordinance a 00 For provision store licenses - - 85 00 Cash repelved from C. ftlacfarlane Esq Chief Burgess, Kxhibition.. Licenses St 00 Cash lor use of outer alulls of market ' house 16 50 Cash from Jas. Crcver, elerk of market and weigh muster 7*1 51 Cash from Constable Hays, Water tax SO 85, Cash from Commissioners pf Cum.-D berland cp'nnty, appropriation made -. byth...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 20 May 1846

mmst ARmv^Lys JUSTVecBiyed ^tth0rbrd>tand7 -a general asaqrlment of'Spring and Summer Good'sj consisting in nftrtof :"'..".' • ¦ ",; Tweeds and. SummerjDlothB. , .'. * > . Gambrqons nnd Casiimeres.'.-'. Muslins,Ticks nrfd Checlca. Barred and striped aaeo* fdt* Rbrn'ttier \reecc? Balzorlnes, Laivr.a 'nnd'CHnghnmu. . Silks and Mouslin^Ie laines. Plain, Sfriped and Lnoe -Jaclconfetts. Also, Rgeijeral assorttrrent of Queenswnre and dioiceJGrooecies^UoU-aBJSCoung-Hyson^lmperiuland Black Teas. ' ."''.-.. Uio and Maracolio Cdftee. '• Sugars und Molasses, which we will sell at.sliOrt profits to?our friends and fellow citizcire al tttb old sthnd of A. RICHARDS & CO. Carlisle, May 6,1846. / MAMMOTH STOCK OF NEW GOODS, AT OG11/BY--S CHEAP STORE JUST received and now opening; the largaat, cheapest and most splendid slock of goods ever brought'toCarlisle. To enumerate articles is but of the-question, as it would occupy tho whole of friend Hearty's paper. Suffice it lo s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 20 May 1846

[^¦yyyJm^ r§Boiobs^.,' -x 'OB^VB^''«Si ' \k7^3\T2>EAi;xCH , TTAyEjust opencil, (in the robrnformerlj oc-, 's\i .'tjlipled by .Mr. Ilenfy'DulBeld ^ East Corner ol Alai'kct Square,) a clioicc and elegant sjiock of SCSTE^sSsS* (^CE>Q>S2D^S Among wlileli are English, Frenclij American and Tweed ..' » f C IlOJILHLS %z_y____ SattinetitfndbaBiiinjiercif.of .'varioUi kinds oTtlie latest Btylei. Gambrpons, Linen and Cotton Drillt, Oregon and California Cordfl, and a great vot'ietyfor men** wear. BALZOItlNKS^Harafeea, Lawns, White aud. Fancy Graduated Itches.— French, Scotch, and Domestic Ginghams. *.Gin§- ham Lawns, MoUnlln deLftines,CHlicocB,bleaehed and unble.aehed Muslins, colored Cambrlcs.anda pen era I assortment of White Goods. Thibet, Merino,and harage Shawls .and Soarftj-Ladies' Cravats, Gentlemen's black Italian fancy cravats. Silk and Gingham Handkerchiefs. Kew Style Spring Bonnets. LaTc ^ et Paris shaped Chinese Pearl, Gimp, Florence Braid, Neapolitan, ivlod...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 20 May 1846

¦ Trutli-is mighty and -will,:-jjfreyr^AJ I ?;M&^W$^^ - $fc 188 e/Swtt(rfrt^/; Wu*«#n Sevintfi arid;EigthitreeU* PHILADELPHIA, j TSnow prepared to offer Wholesaje nnd Retail, X » large assortment of Famcv and Staple £2Drr?^ C^C^c^DcQss© suited lb the Countrj. as well as City Trade.— He continues the ^ system of "no aoatementof fj:icc«^i-whicll4ie-ha8-pursucd-for-the-paBt.teiu years, and desires to call the special attention ol the public to it as the only true system'of to* I tail business, and which is decidedly to (he interest ofthe purchaser to promote.' It is qalto time tho fraudulenl practice of asking a high price, and abating lo make the purchasers believe thoy are the " favoured Few" was. dona away with, as, nlns times nut of ten. they are made to pay a higher price (however great,the reduction,) than the like style and quality can bo purchased at the •• One Price Store,'* f-• A. B. M. is in regular receipt of the'nowest and cheapest seasonable goods, and whe...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 20 May 1846

Carlisle Family Crrbcery GEORGE R CROOK'S is just receivinij ond opening nn extensive Slock of Groceries, in the room lalefy occupied by Mr. Thomas II. Skiles, in West High street, consisting In jiurt of the different qualities of Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Queensware bcstSpcrm Oil, Lard Oil,-Pino Oil and Whale Oil, Hums, Dried Beef, M.-ckeral, Shad, Herring, Siilmon nnd Cod fish, keg and box Resins, Currants, Spicos of all kinds, Fancy and oilier Soaps, with inany ^ oilier articles loo numerous to mention, .all of which he will sell al the lowest possrbjo rates, N. B. All kinds of merchantable produce taken in exchange for Groceries. Carlisle, April 29, lb4G." Brags! Brugs! Drugs w* . rf'' rf: .^m ANOTHER FRESH ARRIVAL STEVENSON & SIEHAFFEY respectfully inform their customers ond friends, that they hnvo received, in addition lo their former* STOCK, a large ond well selected assortincut of \ 'ii niil'GS, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, PRI1 FUMES, DYE-STUFFS ('HEMICALS, MEDI...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 20 May 1846

Removal Quick ^f" tfv. Jfn'JBMtS has removed mm AND BOOK 'STOKE ft%0 the large room on High Street, owned by Mrs. Knox, untl nearly opposite tne Methodist J. ftplseopul Church. lie will if» future give all his time (when not'engaged in Pro1ession.il duties,) to the interests nf his Store, and having secured tl^e services of t-iu-etul and experienced Assistants, he confidently assures hK friends and .he public,that their orders nnd pi eaci iptions shall have the most accurate attention. ^ DR. MYKItS alto informs his friends that in addition In his former lui-^c assortment of ' DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS, -r , DYE-STUFFS, . SPICES. . FRUITS, PERFUMER BOOKS, ' (School and Miscellaneous.) CORNELIUS' LAUD LAMPS, STATIONARY , CUTLERY, FANCY ARTICLES Y, Sfc.&ecy lie liaa juJ st opined a splendid assortment of .. FAMILY. GROCERIES, JiLiuyir*Lj^ety.^iid-riiijw^w -irtrtwMiiiisiiiiiii'pisins^nra^^^ ban be sold in Carlisle.. He glvw a eeheral in;»itnt.ion tq'Ms frieuila...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 20 May 1846

NEWdSPBINfli SUPPLY AT THE ^-^$m:^^wm0. - ^ - SW. HAVERSTIOK do. -. ' sires to Inlbrhi iihe pubi, . -'jbT^ lie that ho lins .just; taceirsd'__&£5 _y__mt&i - from PhiladeipjijaiUna is xiow?lG^S _*SS7 opening at Ihe Old Stand, on ¦ ¦^Wa' North HandTe'r: streel,,jbiio' of ,?l''.B^a^B the most cxlensire und elegant ' ImtWk ossortmsnt* of ¦'~"—"-4mm_\_Smi ' DRUJ^^AIIWS. ^ *»ncy Articlea, Miscellaneou. -and BchoS Books. Perfumery, Fruits, &n. &C. whioh has ¦ hSss ta. "«T?"lJ; ihi"b0"!,«b- «•'"fwta* ««i-«™ n/'e wi b / 5in»'lf in person with' frent oare, and which ha can ennfldanllv r.l' > •ommend to.hi. friend. „nd custom. "^ «%." t ' oflunl tf not superior to any in ih. marV.i V?t? •tSbfc will constantly compri.e "'' "'' Drug* and Medicines. Patent Medicines, Herbs >,,.! ,E«tmrt». FnieCliemiQsl., Spi„e.,gr„UBdaT,b0,e- " Instruments, . • Essences c",u»'*. ' Pure Easentinl Oils. Perl'iimoi^ Ses Dye-Stuffs. vlV"' I L°K """ eom^Voodfci S -."k,...

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