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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 14 April 1859

Will ultend tin, and pron-ptly execute, all orders with vVbigh he may be favored. 'From his .long- experience in the v.-irious branches of his business, he fe51s confident of render ing entire satisfaction" iii his work. He may be jt'Jtid at his shop, on Sarah street, nearly opposite the residence of Hon. Al. II. Dreher, Stroudsburg, Pa. Patronage Tcspccl'ul.'y solicited. February 17, 185SJ. ly. . MUSIC ! MUSIC ! ! iEts(euioi:g on 33ic Violin. The fubscribtr would announce to the public that he is prepared to give Instruction to-nll who wish to take lessons on the Violin From his long experience and practical knowledge as a Musician, while in Germany umf in this country, he guarantees lo give satisfaction to all those u ho may place them selves under his charge. Terms reasonable. For further information apply to GOTTLIEB KETTERER, Leader of the "Slroudshurg Cornet Rand." Stroudsburg, Nov. 4, 185S. ly. YOUTH AX!) 3IAKHG0D. Jusi Published, the Q5ih thousand. and mailed in n rmIpiI pnr...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 21 April 1859

. ..... "t.'..'.u.i i um'jm'f.'jj'Mj.'.!.'1 i.lj.ji.. jj. ... 5ft V- iDcuotctr to politics, literature, Agriculture Science, itloralitij, anb eiteral jJufelHacnce. ;1 VOL 58. STROUDSBUEG, MONBOE COUNTY, PA. APKIL 21 1859. . NO. 17 Published by Theodore ScilttCll! handsome; aD(l 'f Jou wn kcr at It'll terms.-Two dollars per annum in advance-Two be by foul and not by fair means. I don't Hollars and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid bc- lorc me enil oi I lie year, Two dollars and a lialf. No papers discontinued until all arrearages ate paid, sxcoplat tlic option of the Editor irPAiUertisc. itcnts of one souare ftcn lines) or less. 'one torthrcc insertions, $t oo. Each additional inser But don't be down-hearted, lad, for we're far, Laurelwood had not been molested, ion, S3 coniA Longer ones m proportion. , botDd o aid eaei, other under all circuxn- The terrible tales of the atrocities com- .T02S PligtfTfftf G. stances, mid in all caecs." ! mitted in neighboring towns and hamlets Ha...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 21 April 1859

Ously Podijah tumbled down the ftoira, covered with cinders, bis' face and bands blistered, and some of bis white lock withered to ashes. Bravely donel' cried Jsssic., .'If you have not saved qa, you have at least giv cu us a reprieve.' Don't praise me, returned Podijah. 1 The praises of a gal intoxieat?B me like ardent spcrit the pootier the gal, the drunker it makes me. I never ihall get away from this place 8iie if there's any tKinij desperate lam to do.' Dcsfcerate! all is desperate 1' snid Hutter. 'We tuihtcut our way through and save ourselves, perhaps, if there wa nothiu' of a feujiuioe natur' to look arter; -hut these ra Is cau t stand muatfci Duiif, , nor thev CBit st:m' fire. TTarons!J exclaimed Paul. 'What shall we do!' not for our ourbtlves, but for these poor firls.' ' Escape a you can through the dark nee?; and as for us girls, we will trust to the mercy of the enemy, aud yield our nelves prisoner,' answered Jessie, eager lv. ' Yes we will trut ourselves to the bu mnni...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 21 April 1859

i)c 2cffcv$cmian. THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1859. People's State Convention! The Citizens of Philadelphia, and of thcscvcral counties of this Com mou wealth, attached to the People's Party, and all voters who are opposed to the unjust, un wise and extravagant measures of the Na lional Administration, are requested to send Delegates, equal in number to their several rcpresent3tiousin the General As sembly, to a Convention to be held at IIA11RISBU-LIG, on YiI)jNJSl)A I, June 8th, 1859, at 10 A. M., to nomi nate Candidates for AUDITOR GEN ERAL and SURVEYOR GENERAL, "to be voted for at the General Election in next October. HENRY M. FULLER, Chairman. Willtam D. Mann, Secretary. April 14, 1859. Notice. f - A public meeting vill be held at the public house of Simon Dcitcr, on Monday Evcniuc next, to take into consideration the propriety of organizing a" military company. MANY. The Sickles Trial. This exciting trial is drawing to a close. Mrs Sicilies' confession, (which we pub lisdid last week) ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 21 April 1859

iHASOiV TOCK, Grtazsti'3 mid Taper flaugcr, Will attend to, and pron'ptly execute, all orders w ith which he may be favored. From his long experience in the various branches of his business, he feels confident of render ing' entire satisfaction in his work. Uv may be found at hid shop, on Sarah street, nearly opposite the residenpe of lion. M. II. Drehcr, Stroudsburg, Pa. 1'ulroiiiigo respectful!' solicited. February 17, 1859. ly. MUSIC ! MUSIC ! ! f ssssrsictiorss osi the Violiu. The snbhcribrr would announce to the public that he is prepared togite rnstruction to all who wish to take lessons on the Violin From his long experience and practical knowledge as a Musician, while in Germany and iif this country, he gmiranteeg to give satisfaction to all those whomav place them selves under his charge. Terms reasonable. For further information apply to GOTTLIEB KETTEREIt, Lender of the '-Stroudsburg Cornet Band." Sit rmfLrtftrir Nov. 4, lSfiS. lv. YOUTH AM) ilJAiXHOOI), Just Published, t...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 28 April 1859

I I i -ggVMriljMj ir .... uptct.. m . iMjMnmSulMT ' : - 1 1 n i iM .. '. in Mil i rem- i n In mF limwinw i-Mfimiw;nYvV,WvOTiTtS m,-r.i-i-r" J ni...ii.ii ... i.i. J, . -- -.li... r .i'i j-. i i'T 1fn iaTj- IDcuoteir ia politics, literature, 2lflrintltur, Science, illoralttu, ani cncral 5iitelliQcncc. V0L 18. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. APRIL 28, IS59. -V NO 18. . - ' , - ' ' ' ' ' : - - - - lllb U She'd ' bV Tlietfd'OrC Schot!l J ' TERMS Two dollars per annum in advance-Two dollars and a quarter, half ycarly-nnlt if not paid be TdVc Ihc end of the year, Two dollars and a half. No papers discontinued until all arrearages aio paid, Except at tlieoplion of the Edilot. K? Advertisements af one square (ten lines) or less, tltc or til re c insertions, $1 00. Each additional inser Vion. 23 cents. J.onger ones in proportion. JOB PRINTING. fravinj; n general assortment of large, plain and or namental Type, we are prepared to execute every de ecriptlon of Cards. Circulars, Bill Heads. Note...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 28 April 1859

Slje cffcrsonian. THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1859. People's State Convention. Tbe Citizens of Philadelphia, and of thescvcralcouotiesof this Com con wealth, nti-ioW t.n t.hfi PpodIc'b Party, and all voters who arc opposed to the unjust, un wise and extravagant measures of the Na tional Administration, are requested to send Delegates, equal in number to their several representations tue licnerai as- .omVlr tn n Dnnvpntion to bo held at TIARIi'lSBURG, on WEDNESDAY, Jane 6th, 1859, at 10 A. M., to nomi nate Candidates for AUDITOR GEN ERAL and SURVEYOR GENERAL, to be voted for at the General Election in nest October. HENRY M. FULLER, Chairman. William B. Mann, Secretary. April 14, 1859. Celebration by FortFenn lodge, 3To.l34 Independent Order of Odd Fellows. On Tuesday Inst the members of the above lodge, established in this place, turned out in fall regalia, in commemor ation of the fortieth anniversary of the introduction of the society into this coun try. At 3 o'clock, the members of the Lo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 28 April 1859

The ffickle Cent A paragraph is going tho rounds of tbc press, to the effect that the new nick el cent is p oisonous and consequeutly.dan geroua money to place in the hands of children. Uhe following letter from Wm. JbV. Duliois, .Lsq., Assayer in the United States Mint, does justice to the new cent, and mil satisfy the public that it does not "ptsin" the stomach. I3ut he says nothing about the pocket: Dear sir: Although the nickle cent was not made to swallow, I must bee: leave to exonerate it trom tne charge of poison icg. It is composed of 88 parts of con per, with 12 partu nickel; and neither of these ingredients n poisonous in tho me talic state. I ain just now informed of a case, close by, in which one of thee cents was swallowed by a',child, with impunity. "Why it should have any worso effect in the mouth than in tbc stomach is hard to imagine. Possibly there is something in the "Indian's bead." W. E. D. Philadcldhia, April 15, 1859. Hurrah for the Point Arrival of Triplets a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 28 April 1859

MASON-TOCK, Glitzier, aiBcl Paper flangcv, V7ill attend to, .and promptly execute, all orders with which he may be favored. From his long experience in the various branches of his business, he feels confident of render ing entire satisfaction in his work. He may be found at hid shop, on Sarah street, nearly opposite the residence of Hon. M. II. Drehcr, Stroudsburg, Pa,. Patronage respectfully solicited., February 17, 1851). ly. . MUStC.! -MUSIC !!w Isistructioas on the Violin. The subscriber would announce to the public that he is prepared to gite Instruction to all who wish to take lessons on the Violin From his long experience and practical knowledge nts a Musician, while in Germany and in this country, he guarantees to give 5alisfnctHn to all those who may place them selves under his charge, lerins reasonable, For further information apply to GOTTLIEB KETTERER, Lender of the "Stfnudsbur" Cornet Band." .Stroudsburg, Nov. 4, 1S5S. ly. YOUTH ASD MAXHOOD. Just Published, the 25th tho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 5 May 1859

SJcuotcfr to politic" literature, Agriculture, Science, iHoraliti), anir (Sencrnl intelligence. VOL is. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. MAY 5, IS59. Ntf. 19. Published )Y Theodoi'C ScllOChi TERMS. Twb dollars per annum in advance Two dollars and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be fore the end of the year, Two dollars and a half. No papers discontinued until all arreaiagcs arovpaid, except at the option of the Editor. IC7" Advertisements of one square (ten lines) or less, i?rie or three insertions, $1 00. Each additional laser tion. 25 cents. Longer ones in proportion. JOB PRffff'S'ffiYCis' Having a general assortment of largo, plain and or namental Type, we arc prepared to execute every de scription of Cards, Circiilurs, Hill llca'ls. Notes. Ulnnk Kcccipts, Justices. Legal and other Man'ris, linphUM.. fci., prin ted with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms al this office. (BY REQUEST.) West India Emancipation Vindicated. Speech of Rev. Henry Blcby, Missionary from Barb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 5 May 1859

5Tl)c 2fcCFc-rsoninn. THimSDAY, JTAY 5, 1859. topic's State Oonven&l a The Citizens of Philadolphiff, and of thesevc'ral counties of this Cnmaoii wealth. attached to the FcopfeV P-rty, and all voters who are opposed to the uoju-t, un wise aud extravagant measures of the Na- tionnl Administration, are recinc.-ted to .smid Delcgtos, equal in number to ,'beir several representations the General As ."erubly, to a Convention to he held at nAKRISBUKG, on WEDNESDAY, June 8th, at 10 A. M.. to nomi nate Candidates for AUDITOR GEN ERAL and SURVEYOR GENERAL, to bo voted for at the General Election in next October. J1ENRY M. FULLER, Chairman. William B. Mann, Secretary. April 14, 1859. EQrWe have of late been very much "perplexed by being frequently informed Sbafc' many of our subscribers do not ru 'ceive their papers regularly. Some coin plain that they do not receive thcru half tho time, while others do not get them more than threo times out of four. Some censure us most bitterly, and wou...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 5 May 1859

OCT See advertisement of Dr. danford's LIVER JNVIGORATOR in another column HAIR. DiYiE-IIAIR D YE HAIR D YE Wim. A. Batchelor's Hair Dye ! The Original and Best in the World! All olhors are mere imitations, and should be avoid ed, it you wish to escape mlienlc. Gray, Red, or Rusty Hair Dyed instantly lo a benuti j ill aad Natural Urowu or Black, without the least in lury to Hair or skin. Fifteen Medals and Diplomas have been awarded to AVm. A. Batchcler since 1S39, and over 0,000 applica tions have been made to the Hair of his patrons of his famous Dye. Win. A. BATHELOR'S HAIR DYE produces a color not to be distinguished from nature, and is warranted not to injure in the least, however Iongit may be con tinued, and the ill euertsol Red Dyes lemcdied, the Hair imigoraged for Life by this splendid Dye. ,Made, sold or applied (in 9 private rooms) at the Wig Factory, 2.13 Broadway, New York. Sold in all cities and towns of the United States, by ruggists and Fancy Goods Dealers. " ntyTnc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 5 May 1859

illASOiV 'JPOCK? . Gfoziicr9 and iai?cr JH auger, 'lttcntl to,tpndvpjpn'ptly cxccutea11 ordQrjwtiih which-he- may4)e-favored. From InaJoiijj experience Tn the vnrious branches oTlns'sImsineas, !ic feels confident of rendcr ijigVijbnurc satisfaction Tn his work. Hp maybe, found uthis sliop, on Surah street, nearly opposite the residence of Hon. M. II. Dreliur, Stroudsburg, Pa. Patronage respectfully solicited. FefuTiry!i7, 185iW ly. "r ' mmsidTivivsiG i UffesSU'isc-fioHs csa the Violin. Tho 'subscriber woirid announce to the public iliathe is prepared tngke Instruction tritniUwho wish lo talce lemons on the Violin Front his long experience and practical knowledge as a 3!nsician, while in Germauy atiUn this country, he guarantees to give pntttTfaSlion lo all those who may place them selves under his ch.-.rge. Terms reasonable. For further information npplrto GOTTLIEB KETTERER, 'Leader of the 'Stroudsburg Cornet Band." Stroudsburg, Nov. 4, 1S5S. ly. YOUTH Aft!) fifAXHOOD. - Just Publis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 12 May 1859

JDcootci . to politics, itcvnturc, Agriculture, Science, illorttlitu, ants cucval Intelligence. a- . VdL is. STROUDSBURGr, MONROE COUNTY, PA. MAY W, 1859. NO. 20. tllbllsIlCcl by Theodore ScIlOCll terms. Two dollars per annum in advance Two KX&&$ib0 No taper discontinued unlil all arrearages ate paid, scxCnVneS)Qr Sric or three insertions. $1 00. Each additional inser JTOB -PRINTING. Haying a general assortment of large, plain and or namental Type, we are prepared to execute every de terintionof hards. Circulars. Dill Heads. Notes. -Justices. I.esnl and. other DUnks. Fain ted with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms at mis ouice. SPEECH U ;-J OF- i. , . H0fiCl2ACHARIAH CHANDELER, OF MICHIGAN. in the Senate of thfrTJ. S. Feb. 17, 1859. The Seriate having resumed the conoid- cration of the bill making appropriation to facilitate tho acquisition of Cuba by negotiation Mr. CHANDLER said : Mr. President : This is a most extra- ordinary proposition to be presented to the Co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 12 May 1859

him of this property, it bwmudobu uu.j protect him in its possession. If these views are correct (and we be jieve it would be difficult to .Invalidate them.) it follows that all State laws, whether orga 11 ic or otherwise, which prohibit a citizen of one Stale from tattling m another, and bring ing his blave property with htm, and most es pecially declaring it forfeited, and direct io hitictfe of the original intention of govern muiit which, as before stated, is the protec tion of person and property, and of the C011 Ptitutioir ot the Dinted States which recog nizes property in hlave.s and declares that tlnfciiTzens of each State shall be entitled foall the privileges and immunities ot citi zens imthe several States,' among the most eenlial of w hich is the prokclion of person and property. -YVh'itis recognized as property by the Constitution of the Uniied Staler, by a pro vision which applies equally toali the Stale, has an inalienable riht to be protected in all the States." There...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 12 May 1859

MGjrA novel proceeding says the Lan 6aster (Pa.) Express novel at lcaxt in this State took place in the Court of Common Pjteas,,QB Saturday. . Catharine Zcllcrs, a German, woman made formal application, anil Vn sworn and admitted as a citizen of' the United States. Some think she Is one of the 'Wrong-minded,'' and is getting read y to vote in "the pood time comingj" but the more probable sup position is that she wants to sell "red-eye," and has taken this preliminary Etep tow ards applying for a license. THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY. SIR JAMES CLARKE'S Celebrated Female Pills. PROTECTED ' LETTERS BY -KOtAl. PATENT. PreparcS from apresriplion of Sir J M. "D. Physician Extraordinary J.Clarke, to the , . . Queen. This invaluable medicine is unfailing in tbc cure of all those painful and dangerous diseases to which the female constitution is subject. ,It moderates all excess and removes all obstruction!;, and a speedy cure may be relied on. To .Tf arricti Iss Ur it is pcculjady suited. It i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 12 May 1859

1859 Ribbons and Millinery Goods EIBBOKS ! KIBBOKS I 1 RIBBONS ! ! To Merchants, Milliners, Jobbers, Dealers tn Ribbons, Millinery Goods, and Cashrbvtycrs in all sections of the Country. T.'f The Cash Ribbon House, 115 Chambers Street, New York, JNO. FARRELL. '., . ESTABLISHED 1858. We., have originated n new princiL e a new 'era in the Ribbon Trade, whereby we tnukeihis business plain, simplc,and staple aB that of brown sheetings. AVE SELL FOR" CASfll WE JiVY FOR CASn' We ure satisfied with 5 per cent profit. Askno.Secoud Price Have all our goods marked in plain fgurei, so ffia man, woman and child "buy alike," and receive the same value for-their money. Our prices for best Taftcta Ribbons, all Colore,, are o. l . la els per piece, ho. 4 35t cts. per piece, . 1 12 cts per piece, li 15 2' 2IIJ o ill 9 874 3 25 i " 12 $1071 Ho. 16 $l,47i per piece. WE OFFER FANCY RIBBONS 'ALL STYLES.' 'ALL COLORS.' 'ALL QUALITIES.' AT I'KICES . DEFYING COMPETITION AND FOR CASH ONLY. Our Establishment...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 19 May 1859

iOeuotcir to 3fllitic0, literature, 2lgticultiut, Stitntt, illoraiiti), axxh ntcral jfntclfigcncc. vm :i8. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. MAY 19, IS59. NO. 21. Published by Theodore Schoch TERMS. Two dollars per atinutn in advance Two ldlrs and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be fore trie end of the year, Two dollars and a half. No papers discontinued unlil all arrearages ate paid, fexcepl at the option of the Editor. ID" Advertisements of one square (ten lines) or less, bnc or three insertions, I CO. Each additional inser tion, 25 cents. Longer ones in proportion. Job pitiffTfNG. Having a general assortment of large, plain and or namental Type, we are prepared to execute every de scription of fc.irtls. Circulars, Bill Heads. Notes, Blank Receipts, Justices, Legal and other Blanks, Pamphlets. Ice.., prin ted with neatness and despatch, on ro;ison.tble terms nt this office. Pike's Peak. The'vernal rains were falling fast, -As through a little village passed A youth who bore a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 19 May 1859

EI) Scffcrsoiiitm. THTTESDAY, MAT 19, 1S59. People's State Convention. fp'u n:i;,ntia nf thi1:idtliihin. and of :hosevcral counties of this- Con. a. on wealth. Dtt&cbcd to the Peopled Party, and all voters who are opposed to the unjust, un- Tvisc and extravagant measures' oi uiersa tionii) Administration, are requeued to eodDelcgatf.", equal in number to their several representation? in the General As-j-ombly. o a Convention to be held at 'JJARKISBU11G, on WEDNESDAY, June 8th. 1)9, atlO A. M., to nomi nate Candidates for AUDITOR GEN ERAL and SURVEYOR GENERAL, to be voted for at the General Election in nest October. HENRY M. FULLER, Chairman. William B. Mann, Secretary. April 14, 1S59. Monday, the 1 3th day of June, is ibVdaj appointed for the drawing of A. Shoemaker & Co'a Grand Gift Enterprise. Odd Fellows Hall Clothing Store. We would call the attention of the pub lic to the stock of Ready Made Clothing, 'etcetera, recently opened by M. M. Bur net, Esq. at his establishmen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 19 May 1859

:. Bible Curiosities. The 21st verso of the 7th chapter of 2ra has all the letters of the alphabet in it. Tle19th chapter of the Second Book of Kings andahc 13th chapter of Isaiah aro alike. And in the J3ook of Esther, t.' t. f. I . -.1 . 1 . T i wmcu :uas;iv c nu piers, nciuicr iuc xioru or,G.od is mentioned. i t From the Lorain Go. EAGLE, Ohio. Many kinds of Tonic arc advertised that we are assured will strengthen tho hair, and prevent its falling out, but none that wo have seen used does all that it promi ses; savo that of Professor 0. J. Wood. This we know is good from having tried It, and. witnessed in several cases its truly beneficial effects. Dr. wood was kind e bough to send us a couple of bottles, and after finding that it prevented our hair from falling out, we presentod a bottle to a friend who had been bald for at leapt thirty years: it has rcftored his hair en tirely, and if is now as thick and glossy as vhn he was twenty-five. This we eay in all sincerity, and we shal...

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