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Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 10 August 1857

F. Brown's Efience of Jamaica ulttger—This is troly a family medicine; at this aeaaon, when affections of the stomach and bowels are so com,tnon, no family, individual, or traveller should be without it. It is peculiarly elBcacious in summer complaint! of children, and is kuown and prescribed by the medical faculty. See advertisement. , ittavringce. Io presence of Alderman 0. Brater, by Friends' ceremony, at the Black Bear Hotel, in Fifth street, below Market, on Monday evening, the 3d Instant , FRANKLIN CLAYTON to (Wldolr) SARAH ANN JEFFEBIS, both of Cheater County, Pa. At St. Louis, July 14thby the Rev. t. Picker, JOntJ BERNARD, Ksq., of St. bouts, to Miss KATK JHITTON, of this city. JDcotljs. At his father's residence, Montgomery County, on the 8th Inst., Mr. I1LYDEN VAN BADN. The rolatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, on Tuesday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. The carriages will leave Mr. S. Gartland's, Thirteenth Street, above Chestnut, at 1 o'clock....

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Id=131 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 10 August 1857

SCHE NCK'S FULMONIC SJfKUF cured a Sister or Charity and a child at St. Joseph's Orphan Asylum, after they were given up to die. ;, SCHENCK'S PULM0NIO SYRUP cured Mrs. Quellana Llcbert, in Parish] street , five doors above Tenth street, of Bronchial Consumption, and Hemorrhage of the Lungs, and certified to by Rev. Thomas L. Juneway. formerh-IPastor of the Presbyterian North Church. SOIIBNOK'S PULM0NI0 SYRUP crued a daughter of T. B. Rose, Jacoby street, near Race, of Scroiola of over five years' standing. , ' > SCHENCK'S PDLM0NI0 SYRUP cured Robert Jf. Deacon, Elllsburg, near Camden, N. J , of Scrofula of many years' standing, after his legs, anus aud neck' hod broke out In running ulcers. SOHENOK'S PULMONI0 SYRUP cured Mrs. Sarah Derr, 332 Race street, of the last stare of Consumption. SOHENCK'S PULM0NI0 SYRUP cured John C. Green, of Tacony, in the very last stage of Pulmonary ConaumptloD ' t SOHENOK'S PUIM0NI0 SYRUP cured, Charles O. Johnson, of Bristol, Pa., of Liver Co...

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Id=154 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 10 August 1857

FPORTANT IMPROVEMENT—NBW GAS CONSUMING FURNACE. CH1ZSON>9 NEW CONE FURNACE, after having been put to the most severe test, Aurtag the two colo wwt«is o» 1*661x01867haa proved to be the most poumful luatcr in tit teorliisaving from K to % the fuel over anr of the best furnaces now in use. Tnrss FvbMaoks are constructed with a cast Iron ash pit, and a, broad, shallow pan-shaped' Sra potlined with tire-brick or iron staves. The fire pot is surmount* edwlth . . - ,•¦ . ¦ , A SERIES OF CONES, o> TAPERING RADIATORS, large and broad at their basebut tapering to small aperturesat the top, andonitlng.wtth the annlar chamber, through which, the heat, and smoke pass to the nue. Tn« wholi products of combustion In the form of intake and oasis, are suspended directly over the fire, G0ltui>Dor- ^ co mpressed into the-tape rlng Coacsand coNTiNOiLLT sirosBD to the direct action of theraya of heat and Jight from ' the fire.. This heat and light is brought to a FOODS In IACB CO...

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Id=203 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 10 August 1857

E NEWLAND & CO.. • LOOKING OLAS3 AND PICTURE FRAME MANUFACTURERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Importers and "Dealers in Oil PaintingsWater-Colnr Drawing!, Eagntiogt *c.' A Isnro ainutcMiit always on haaa. ' Packing and Temoving Qhutses. and hanging ?"OBdjdto. 6« ABCH StrwS, abov. Sixlh-aouft side, Philadelphia. »nl-imir ANILLA ROPE.-SUPERIOR «ANILLABOPJS.maunfactilndandforialeby'- ' WEAVES, FITLBB, t CO., • ' an8-tf Ho. IIS. Water st., and 11 N. Wharna. THE FRENCH STUDY IS NOW OPEN. —DELACROIX'S Course of French ; a thorough practice of Explanatory Grammar. Requires no othsr application than the hoan passed with the teacher, Ho.' gSf (late 31} FILBERT street. auT-tl ; <5aa JItttiKS. AKCHER, WARNER, MISKEY' & CO. HannfactuenofOASALIEBSBBAOK»3 P2NDANTS, FITTINGS, and ell kindest eAS an*-tlMP WOBK, OIRANDOLES, 4c. No. 328 CJO3TSCT Bt.Mt ' Philadelphia. ABCHEB, VrABOTRtCO No 878 BROADWAY, KM'Tork. • BnUdiniil «ted Vrttk GM Pipe., and all kino. «rf altering ££*%£¦ „£...

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Id= 85 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 10 August 1857

A Brent Eitobltttiratnit.-YWo Sajtoiandor Safe Factory of Messrs. Kvise 4 WuaoX, is one of the most interesting establishments in the city. The building lu -ffkich thfclr operation* are carried, on, is ' to be found in Eighth street, near Vine ; the sales-room being at No. 28 South Fourth street. Between fifty and sixty men are employed in the ' various departments of the manufacturing establishment. Some Idea of the extent of their labors may bo. formed from a statement of the work they have now in hand. Their workmen a» now engaged In constructing large safes for the following new banks s—One for the Straiuburg, Bank, lined all through with chilled Iron/weighing about 0,000 pounds ,-one of th« name she and material for the Southwestern Bank ot Virginia; and one tor the Bank of Jersey Shore, Pa.; two'for the OataraguafBank; me jot & private banking house in Wiikesbarre, Pa,; one for a private banking houte at Norrtstown, Pa.; and one large set or chilled iron bank vault...

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Id=202 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 10 August 1857

SAM UEL NATHANS, AUCTIONEEB, and MONET LOAN omCB , No. US South THIBD Street, below Walnut, opposite Pear at only eight doors below the Exchange. ' Hours of bnsine&a from 7 o'clock, A. H_, until It o'clock in the evening. Ont-door salesand sales at the Auction Houn, attended upoa the most Mtisfrctory terms. CAPITAL $300,000. SMbhiKHfot lAj io,l Tttrty Venn. Advances nude from one dollar to thousands on Diamonds, Sliver BlStt, Watches, )ew»lry, Hardware Sfer chandiieClothing, Jurnitum, Betting, Cigars. Musics] Instruments, Ouas , Hones, Carriage*, and Good! of every dMcrvpti&n,' All goods can remain any length of time agreed opoi..' . ¦ ¦> -» -» All advances, from cue hundred dollars and apwarda. will he charged 3 per cent, per month; JiOO and over , the lowest market rate. This Store House having a depth of 120 reethas Urge Ore and thief-proof vaults to store all valuables, and private watchmen for the premise*; also, a heavy insn* nnce effected for the bene...

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Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 10 August 1857

REMOVAL. — THE YOUNG LADIES 'INSTITUTE, formerly located at No. 48. uow 84 NorthSBVENTU Streetis removed to No, 1711 VINE Street, west of Seventeenth, north sidewhere tho subscriber will bo happy to Bee his former patrons and pupilsat the conunencmnent of the Full Session. For circulars, 4c, <ilea»e apply to W. G. E. AQNKW aulO-2w _ No. 1711 Vine sirek. CTEAM BETWEEN NEW YORK AND KJ GLA8G0W.—EDINUDRQ, 2,600 tons. Wii.lku COMMIX ,Commander; NEW YORK. 2160 tons, Robkut Cbaio, Commander: GLASGOW, 1,952 tons, Jons Dondan, Commander. Tho Glasgow and New York Steamship Compauy intend galling theBO new and powerful steamers' from Now York to Glasgow direct, as follows: ' " ' PROM NKW YORK. Kew York, Saturday, Juno 20,12 noon. £dinburg, Saturday, July 11,12 noon. GlasgowWednesday, Aug. &, 12 noon. Now York, Saturday, Aug. 2U, 12 noou. Edlnburg, Saturday, Sept. 6, 12 noon. FROM 0I.AS00W. Bdiughurg, Juno 17. - GladgowJuly 8. New York, July 22. Kuiuburg, Aug. 8. Glasgow, Sep...

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Id= 96 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 10 August 1857

OOEAtf STEAMERS FOR SALE.—FOR SA1.K—the well known Steamships WASHINGTON and HERMANNheretofore employed In tho United States Mall service between New York , Southampton and Bremen. 'theje lWps were built with great care, of ths best materials In every department, under the inspection of an oBcer In the United States Navy. They are about 2,400 tons burthenthe diiramsloua of the WASHINGTON being 230 feet length, 39 feet beam, imd 31 fcet depth of hold , and of tho HERMANN 230, 40,»n4 81 feet. -Each vessel is Otted with two marine sldo-lerer engines, cylinders of 72 Inches, aud 10 feet ettoke; boilers, ic. all In complete order, and 1b furnished with coal bunkers capable of stowing 1000 tons of coal, leaving freight loom for about 660 tons measurement. There are good paasenger accommodations for 300 persons in each ship. These ships will be sold with all the furniture , tackel, standing and running gear; anchorsch»ius and cables, cabin furniturebedding, table servico, glassware, croc...

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Id= 84 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 10 August 1857

P»rkln«on'» Garden-Ail Extraordinary Vocalist!—Those who hare not yet heard the extraordinary young vocallst/MIss Awsa Suthurhsu, irho has won for herself in JEngland the distinguished sobriquef of "the Scottish Nightingale," now singing at Parkinsons 's Garden, hare a pleasure in store of no ordinary character, and for which they will thank us for directing fhelr - attention to the Promenade Concerts given nightly in that delightful place. A select and powerful orchestra, under the direction of our distinguished Musical Professor, Leopold Meignen, Esq., both give support to the eminent vocal talent engaged, and performs a rich selection of Operatic and miscellaneous gems, including Overtures, Marchm, Polkas, Waltw ' s, &c.,&c. The {rreat feature of the entertainment, however, Is the "nightingale," whose voice for tweetneM, poiror and effect will favorably compare with any one ever heard in Philadelphia.' If any should doubt tbls assertion let tbom but llBton * to ...

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Id=140 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 10 August 1857

i :.iDoltl)t?9, - Stmtin, &t BAILEY,&.CO., OHH8TNUT STBEE1 > , ., Manufacturers of . . ¦ : f ' ' . BBITISII 8TSRLTN& SEUVER WASg , . t, j Uunder their iuapectlop, pn tho premises exclusively.; Citizens and , Strangers are Invited to visit our manu-. factory. ' . ' . ' , 1 , - " • WATCHES. ' Constantly On hand a splendid stock of Superior Gold Watches, of all the celebrated makers. DIAMONDS. Necklaces , Bracelets, Brooches, Sar-Blngs , ' Singer. Rings, aid all other articles In the Diamond line. Drawings of N£W DESIGNS, will be nude free.ct charge for those wishing work made to order. ' RICH . GOLD JEWELRY. : ,. A beautiful assortment of all, the sew styles of Fine Jewelry, such ai Mosaic, Stone and BheliCaineo , Pearl, Coral, Carbuncle, Marqulslte, ' Lava, &c, ice. SHEFFIELD CASTORS , BASKETS, WAITERS, 4c. Also, Bronxe and Marble CLOdKS, ' of newest styles, aud ot superior quality. ' M j; 4 twftw ly

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Id= 93 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 10 August 1857

iUifitillaneann /pAST PILOf.-INHi^SANDTmji V^ SOON BK PDBMSHED. the following «tandanl Books, vli: Blunt's Coast Pilot , 18th edition; BownH°yf .Yavl S* tor » 2''th edition; sLipmastor's Assistant, 9th edition. We invite attention to our u«w Spring Centre Compas«a, Mhicli uflm for either light or heavy vrertlier and are e«pocial! y adapted for steumcK, and veesels Khoro tho motion Is considerable. They rtnulro rower l-upylrn than any comptua now in ubo. Marine Opera Glwuen c,r superiornuality, Spy Glaaans, Aneroid and ' Mercurial BaromtitersThermometers, American, French and English Sextants, Octants, QuodrautsAlittiuth CompassesBlnaclMLog Olasses. und all kind* or Nauticaflnttruments and Books, constantly ouhitna. AlsoCharts of all parts of the world from the latest and best authorities. Agents for Rogers' American Code of Signals , Denl's Chronometers and Compasses, and for Abbott's Iloro-Eoetor, and an instrument for working out problems in Nautical Astronomy by simple Insp...

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Id=138 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 10 August 1857

Qlofll C OAL! COAL I COALI—TAGGART'3 CELEBRATED SPRING MOUNTAIN LEHIGH COAL. J. 4 R. CARTER'S GREENWOOD, TAMAUUA COAL GEORGE W. SNYDER'S PINE FOREST 8UHUYLKI1.I, COAL. RANDALL & MEREDITH Have for sale, and are constantly receiving from the above celebrated Collieries, COAL OP AM. SIZES. There is no Coal mined anywhere 1 , equal in quality to thew). and a trial will convince any one ot thulr great superiority. Our Coal is very, carefully ncroaned al our yardsaud we will warrant it perfectly free from slate dustand all impurities. OurPRIOESareasLOWasthi VERY LOWEST. : , Orders left at our OBce , No, s SOUTH FRONT itotei, above Walnut. ' ¦ , nnl ' ¦ Orders left al our Yard, OALLOWlilLL rtmtliiiWif BROAD street. .-tfl si » . M™ >•« •* W.Wharf. WATBB atwitj WWaiOAt-LOWUILL-ortentto either place p»r DsitMtch Pott will receive prompt attention. ...,,,}.,: ~ - j, ' Purchasers for Sfamlly « wMdow/eil to call and examine our Coal before purchasing elseirher*. au4-tf

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Id=123 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 10 August 1857

&nraetriKjU0. >i. WAtNUT STREET THEATER.—Proprietor, Mr.'WM. J. NAGLE: Acting and Stage Managtr, Mr. WAYNE OLWIHK. Prices-Dress Circle and Parquette» cents: Upper Circle, 25 cents; Private Box and Orchestra Seats, 75 ctnts. , Box OBcb open from 9 o'clock A. M. to 4 P. M. Coors oponat 7 o 'clock: performance -will coininenco at 8. MONDAY EVENING, August 10th , Will bo presented by tho Management, for a limited number of nights, NAGLE'S JUVENILE 0OHEDIAN8. The performance will commence vtth the popular national air, the , ' . "STAR-&PANGLED BAKSER," Introducing the entire Troupe. After which the burlesque, M'.UUnI ' . BOMBASTES FUBIOSO. Bomba&tea .Master Frederick Wren, aged 6 years. To be followed hy the laughable farce of BOXAND.00X. The whole to conclude with the farce of A TINKER AND A TAILOR, A SOLDIER AND A SAILOB. 'Oramv Charcoal Master Frederick.

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Id=200 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 10 August 1857

Jobs Bitli?, Anctioneer, NO. 325 ARCH STREET, between THIBD AND FOURTH STREETS' . SALES EVET-.I ETKNINQ at 5 o 'do*. Of Boots, Shoes, brogans, Oaiten, Hardware, OatloT . Watches, Jewelry, Hosiery, Whips, Trunks, Fancy Soods, Notions, 4e., *e. " . N. B. Terms of Night Sales, four montha credit for approved City acceptancesfor sums of $100 aad over, with interest added xrota date of sale. CARD.—Out-door Sales solicited of Household Furniture at dwellings, Stacka of HardwareUnderwntars' Sales of Hardware Cutlery, Ac. Consignments solicited to be sold at the Auction Booms . Charges noderate. Apply as above. Advances made oaConslgnmexta of Goods. aal lm Bt Gio, W. Sxith, Auctioneer. NE. CORNER OF BARRON AND • SOUTH STSESTS, above Second. . EVENING SALES. SALES KVEM SATURDAY ETENIN&, At 1% o'clock, at the Auction Store, of Hardware. Outlery, Housekeeping Articles , Clothing, Watches , Jewelry. Fancy Articles. &?-.

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Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 10 August 1857

Spctiai woliccs. Saving Fund—Five Per Cent. lnterest-JJ»- tlonal Safety Trijit'Cempany, In Wititef Street, southwest corner of Tdibd Street, PHinoiLPnii. Aneta over One Millioh jsd a IUlf or Dolliss, invested in Bkal Estats, M0BTaA0is,GR0QirD Bjhts, and other first clasd securities, as reqnired by the charter. This institution confines its business entirely to the receiving of money on deposit. Any sum, largo or small, is received, and the money Is always paid back, withbut notice, to any amount. The office is open every day from 9 o'clock in the morning untij 7 o'olock lu the evening, and on Mcnday and Thursday evenings ontll 6 o'clock.

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Id=139 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 10 August 1857

SCHUYLKILL AND LEBlCrSsDOAIj. - I am daily receiving, aiwyvt|d.Jbb]^Mf]ualltTOf UCHBYtKILL AND IWaa WXOm«»»K, and all others who may favor! niewl ' Wimiimmkmi rely on getting Coal ttikt will lie sM SiSS*Wifi»: fCT No inferior Coil kept ot ?£*«5* SlSJXutto oBor at LOW PRICES.' " ¦ ' SSSfwKBMJMP «a-tf ' ¦ ' N.E. ' coitefof^o^^ pp »,/ SfH A R P E ' S MEN'S ' ' ^ipffOY K5 CLOTHING , 148 North F0UBtS|^t( between Arch and Race. ¦ • •',. ^> ¦ . *m)-ly

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Id=162 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 10 August 1857

tBants WANTED-A YOUNG MAN, WHO IS expert st figures and writes a good hand, u ENTRY CLEBK in ft wholeRile jobbing house. Addreiu DRY GOODS, at ' this offlce, au!0-3t#

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Id=212 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 10 August 1857

atosift? *«Rfi5Bi£5raw swrtftift I ¦"•^^h&g iui bHgiVwi «ki ¦" ;?.-^ j ?¦ !i ^oalgtiUiigalejittbj» his mate " ||- ' l'' r \ Cfci-vjufadnotu»gMiilidlrjv'•>' ¦/.''? } ¦ '" ' "¦' ' ' «MJ,Wiffii4*.'a.'aSrMfirt'i.h'SEB&* f - ''¦ ' . " ' .* • ' f* svjHitfirSWSSS w^WflSSf f WHLi"¦ JC '- '•' ¦ 'l " • ¦i-etaJKUtfer with me, udthmrngm »»?/ * - ¦ ^aiirw^ws^ji^^' -'- *'<* f £ i ¦ iOurt-Mtu' *?* *' >»V Wwm a tunn >;•(< f; Sr,V'.J *¦,, -¦ »iU/) i -i -Jill i"fr*/£ J >¦ -,'> 1 I. it \$&m$i'irute%k&tnokrifitl' )wogi»tnp\lit/*?' !| ' «lTOiltioHoiu«-t«pidr.trlli«loiig,abHfqltim(u. * < v(C!iM«i»aUdl4tii * ibiW(4aOIiOU ' JKfjf ¦ 1ft»;tiyi«»ltliomino(mhiieka-.^iitoa»lie««it ,'JSi^^^i^iip^i <l»ughtei:Xofd,,w6-knowitW We w», tmtJuav-not acriptioM on the tombs of,heruncienikings »t Luxori visited, ,the .stow Fyra&idh f'rfcalledUhe riddle' (if xhp Spbyni at the base of the;hpBi&' 8*. ' w^reJt^od...

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. ... .,. ^w *> r, r I Cai«AeT£ROPj0N3W?fl*NWILD [HBTOr - PiE(iDis6,>««ie:father of tho English ' nojoV'ns ho has boon justly oivllod , was bora in Xim. ¦ HoitfisahdlioaoKaeneralfKeldlng, a dojeondant of tho Katlr of Donbigh.-' His means, ho«teveriworoillinlted;» M*habitife ' xpenitivo. His ljfo w»s ono of;difflouUy:in Jfs nilddlo tuiriod, and ofeuffonrig>inhis dmlUV. Ho jlled %\Tito ago of 47. Fielding's flttst ' no' ^ol waa "Joaoph Anarow B," which wss .intenttpd u» a burlosque on >Riohardajn^i "Pamela.". But, uaI>k«, most satirists, tho author; was led away by Ma genius toprodnco (wmothing more ouduriag- than btti\tor or travestio. Ho found flut his power of dellrJeatlng ohuaotor—and "r'arson Adams" will lire as long as the lnn-Snago. '!Tym /Jones" is unqnestidnably Fioldig'8^reo.t« Bt vrark'. ' " AmeUa" ta ' tanro unequal. Howgreatly'ia'It to be'deplored that productions of suoh uudoubtod genius have ogrrnpting and yrovolling,passages/in thor...

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Id=238 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 10 August 1857

ifi HE AT WESTERN INSURANCE AND X TBUSTCO.. PHILADELPHIA, Ko. 331 (late 107) WALNUT STREJ5T. Charter perpetual. Authorized capital, $500,000. FIBE INSUBANOE . —On merchandise generally, household furniture, on stores, dwellings , &c. Limited or perpetual. MAKINE INSUEANCK—On cargoes, freights, ani vessels, to nil parts of the world. INLAND INSURANCE—On goods by rivers, canals, lakes, and land carriage, to all ports of the country. DIBECTOJtg. Charles 0. Lathrop, 1423 Walnut Street Alexander Whllldin, 14 North Front Street. Henry 2>. Moore, Farquhar llulldingsWalnut St. John 0. Hunterfirm of Wright, Hunter & Co. E. Tracy, firm of Tracy 4; llaker. Thos L Olllespie, firm of Glllesple * Zoller. Btillwell 8. Bishop, nrm of Bishop, Simons & Co. William Darling, (late of Beading.) iA&ac UMlehunrt, Attorney attd CounsellOT. JJ K. JlcCurdy, arm of JonesWhite & McCurdy. John Rice00 South Fourth Street. Jas. B. Smith, arm of James B. Smith 4 Co....

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