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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 3 April 1841

! IS n I I havo Sworn, upon tho Altar of OOd, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over thc-Mliid of Mail." Thomas Jefferson. MINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB, Volume IV. BliOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA CiMMTY, FA. SAOTISBAlf, AFKIKi 3, 1841. ItfiiEtilicr i kv OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, Orrosrris St. Paul's Church, Main-st The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published even Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable half pearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year. iVb subscription will bcluken for a shorter bcriod than xlx.vionths ; nofnny discon tinuance permitted-, until all arrearages arc discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square ivill be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar Jor tlic jirst three insertions mnl Twcnl'v-five cents for evcrv siibsc' qitent nscrllon. ICP A liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year. LETTERS addrtsscd on business, must be post paid. THE STEM BO. 'IT. X1Y OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES, 'ESQ. See how yon flaming ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 3 April 1841

v.rif.'f. . xnota.'WtTnocs nun' kirraizwr, apiiil 3, isii. DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR, Corresponding committee For Columbia county, appointed by the 4th of March Democratic Convention, 1841. In complianco with the request of the Keystone, we designate the Post Offices. John Workheisef Allen M. Gangewer" Samiiel Adam Andrew Proas Hudson Owen Charles Snydsr' John MoHenry James Yocomb Samuel Hess Henry Smith Daniel Fornwald Johrr Edgar Isaac Welsh Isaac Klind John Lazarus Thomas Pealer Valentino Best John G. Montgomery William Colt John S. Wilson Martin McAllistor B. K. Rhodes Philip Billmeyer Paul Leidy Jacob Rissel J. Hughes Daniel Follmer Neal McCay Joseph Craig William Hendershot George Smith Richard Fruit Levi Bisel Jacob Swisher Samuel Kisner Lowis Schuyler Henry Webb William Snyder Frederick Drehr Jj. E4 Rupert John Rieterich John K. Giflon sr .Quick- . Robert HagenbUch Jacob Hagenbuch Joel Hagenbuch Solomon Newhard Iram Derr R. P. Wellivar M. Fornwald Stephen Baldy Josep...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 3 April 1841

A tPndy Slortf. A Swiss paper stales hAt' Woman was caught Up hy a hurt i 'ca'no m the canton of Uri, one tiny last 'nonth, nnd carried, through tlio air a space cf t'Jifo leagues. Hcif boily whs foi'ind'some Itlsys ufter, with all her bones broken; Offishttll notice. Tlio shad season 'commenced at New York on Monday last. Another Hwnbug Exploded. 6gto nml hi. speech havo been fully exposed, we ob Sjrva lhat some oT the whig papers are now I'kiXj' fr sn organization uf ilie militia as a preparation for war, and a writer in tho 'Journal of Commerce vouched for as " a .whig r.f the first water," in writing upon the subject remarks that Mr. Poinsett's plan is good in its main features and has on ly to be understood to bo approved. So noy on a little time doubtless, every thing I - " I I . IT . it . 'II I proposed under ivir. van uuren win oe re garded as " good in its main features." Wai.there ever an administration , so com pletely and evidently LIED down ? Pfntmylilnmnn. A "Political...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 3 April 1841

THE RESURRECTION OR, 3PEKSIAH PITLliS. OFGIlIon TO THElIlOEAHnASIlETu'srJlNS Jl.vniAN PnnoATtvfe, tho Matchless (priced) Sahatits. or any other trills or compound beforo "the public, fta certified to by Physicians and others Let nono condemn them Until they havo tried, them, and then wo nro certain they mill not. It is now n settled point with all who havo Used the Vegetable Persian Pills that they aro pre-eminently the best and mot efficacious Family Medi cine that has yet been used in America. If every family could become acquainted with their Sovcr cign power ovc,r disease, they would keep tlicm and bo prepared with a sure remedy to apply on Iho firs appearanco of disease, and then how much distress would bo avoided anil money saved, as well as tho lives of thousands who are hurried out of timo by neglecting disease in iU first stages, or by not being in possession 61 a remedy which tliey can placo de pendence upon. 2'hc Jiesui-rctlion, or Persian Pills. The name of these pills o...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 10 April 1841

t I havo sworn upon the Altar of' God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Mali." Thomas Jefferson. PItlNTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB ' Volume IV. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, FA. SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1S41' Nnmlicr SO. OFFICII OF THE DEMOCRAT, (rroniTK St. Paul 8 Uiiuncii, Main-st. The COJMMnl.1 DEMOCRAT will be jixthUshf.il every Saturday morning, til T'I'O nOLLJinS per annum, payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Pipy Cents, if not paid xuilhin the year. Ab subscription xoill betaken for a shorter period than six months; nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages arc discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will be compicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Tiocnt'i'five cents for every sttbse tntrnt nserlioii. C7vJ liberal discount ma lr. 'o t'loir. who a Iverhsc bit the year. IRVTERS addressed on business, mxtst he post paid. THE WOUTH OF WOMAN. Honored lie Woman ! she beams on the sight Graceful...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 10 April 1841

AKRIVAIiOFTHE STEAM" SHIP BRITISH QUEEN SIT DAYS LATER FROM ENG I.JND. 'fila steam ship British Queen arrived at Nt'W York on Sunday morning.about three i ficicit, niier u most tempestuous passage i-a iiiiyo. ah me iioals ol Iter lar t i i i . i i . . uo.-iru piuiuie wueei, and all tlio sails were carried away in one sloiin. Sho conies out under ths tomtnand of Lieut, franklin. K.N. Tilt! Queen brines slvlr.niin tirinh nnca. ;en crs.liesidf s sevoral children -and "servunts The storm that struck her lasted 10 conso cutive days. The Queen M into Halifax last Wed Yiesday, repaired her wheels, took in some toal and lefton Thursday. The news she brings is of a most inter esting ind highly important .charadei, There is a tcrriblo commotion in England, bceaskniBd jointly by the 'failure of the Chi nece Expedition, and the McLeud affair. 'I'll. noUl el. in IVn.l.it. -..I I nn tha ftlh will. Mf. P ill.'PnQ DnnArl 5? ! UlO Committee on I'Oieii'l. Relatinne. jirnlfieertam IJmiia. thn Hilitcl....

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 10 April 1841

11 meMlug ill' r('ipc''fa,.il number of )i'inurr,'ile iir;t-iiiheld :il thu limiijU John k'HlltS III tilt! mUhI'i! (if CllllllllbliS in tllr!) loiiniv of Li.ernr mi Ttlnsdav, the 23d off! Mitr )i lor tllti purple ofnii fxpressinn offi (iniiiinii in rpjjur.l 10 the pdlitibnl rjtiestiont whiWi now ngiia'f the country whereupon,! JOHN BUI i")'A! N vij umtiiiniuusly elm ten I'rrniili'o; ThohIas Bp.kueU and A. JvlomtieoN, Virw Presidents anil . J. t.'ltevcll mil! Jttmn M. Ramsey, Scere'tn rifSi On motion,. llnTus Hacoli John &oons. Leslie Travis, 13. K. Williams, diul 'J'. Bun der, were mummied ronimillce lo urali j.iio'iitiiins expressive of ilia scnlinieiila off thu inceiinf, who after retiring n short tune. reported tho following winch were ilnuni noulv Adopted i v. Whereas, u ii an accorded light of theg ' isplo to meet, arid express their views upon public man ami thoir mcasnros, a lew III '.IS are at ttiia time assembled for the nurnuau of deliberating upon the great questions ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 10 April 1841

THE . IIESUIIRECTION OK, i i' Inuux I'cnqATlVt, the MATcutrss fur ceil"! SiyAfjTE or any other pills or compound before t; e putic, os certified to by Physicians and. oilier , Let nqnc con Jcnui them until they have tried Hhcm, and then we nre certain they will not,' It U now" a pf tiled point with (ill wli6 lmVc used Hio Vegetable Persian Pills' that they nro prc-cmi-lidilly tho best nnd Most cfiicaclbus Family Medi cine that has yet been used in America. If every, family could Womo acquainted mtit llicjr Sotet cign puyvcr over, disease, they would keep tlicm and life pn'parcd with a sure remedy to npply on tho fim appearance of disease, and then how mUch distress Would bo avoided nnd money saved, as well as tlic lit'es of thousands who nro flurried out of time by neglecting disease in lu first stages, or by not being in possession of a remedy which they can place de pendence Upon. The Resurrection, or Persian Pills, The name of these pill nrginatcd from tho cir cumstance of tho ln...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 April 1841

I haro sworn tipou tlio Altar of God, eternal hostility to cVcry Ibrm of Tyranny over tlic Mind of aiauV' Thomas Jcflerrloii. PRINTED AND, PUBLISHED BY 1L WEBB. Volume EV. EBILOOMSBTUK, COLUMBIA COUNTY, FA. SATHJKBAY, AFEIL 17, JL&4L RuiitL-sv 51. SEE- Vis PETER no BIN SON. EXTRAORDINARY CONFESS ION. OTIll2RMURDERS,&c. Tho Now York Herald gives the follow ing important particulars relative tn Robin son, convicted ui Now Brunswick, last week, uf iliu murder of Abraham Stiydam. Peter Robinson is now about 42 ycnr3 -of age, was born in New Jersey, but raised in New x in U. Ho is not a carpenter by Vndc; hut being ingenious, began to nialtu looking glass frames about fifteen years ago, luu cilice worked at all noru of earpeil 'lor ami cabinet work. Hi mother is dead, but bis Hither la slill living in tho pour lunioe :ii New Brunswick, lie lias two brothers, Wi liam' and James, both of whom am ltoemnkerstare m: t ried, nod have families. William is a dharn. and ra.licr queer temp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 April 1841

1iousan3 dollar of properly to qualify him far it, when no dttier. office in the Common Mjelih requires similar qualification. Ivor" do I know that experienoo shows thai it "is a wise standard to measure a man's in telligenco or capacity by tho length of1 his nurse. Nor can I bcHove thai in this en lightened age, such a standard ought to be adopted. As respects the State directors in the batiks referred to, it appears to me, that tho interests of tho public Will be far more likely to be secured, by the election of stale direc tors who hnve no stock, or a very small amount, than by the election of those who ore interested in having so large an amount of slock as this bi'l requires. Tne stock holders in these several banks are fully rep-; resented by tho diroctorf, whom iho elect themselves, and the State, which has not a full proportion oFreprescntation in the board of directors, according to the amount of stock she holds, is supposed, in theory, at least, lo be represented by ihe St...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 April 1841

ffSfflS!!." """""" ,r" 'rUCTII Wll!llfr j-fiAlt DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOU GOVERNOR, 77ie lf'euther.Oi Saturday anil Mon day Inst, ami again on Tuesday night we had severe snov storms.which lias kepi the earth covered with a snowy mantle for the fast week. about 05 years Tho Governor's veto of die Federal Bank Dill Will be found in our columns of to day; Wo need not bespeak for it a candid and careful reading, as we are sure that every one will givo it llvat attention which It so j nelly merits, and the importance of tho subject demands. All who aro not blinded by party prejudices and feelings will at enco acknowledge the correctness of the viaw3 taken by tho Governor of the bill In question, and will award him for his patri otism, honesty of purpose, which has so sigaally characterised all his acts as chief txiogislralc of the Sialei Piesidonl Tylei has issued his Inaugdral Address, and we cannot express our opinion of it any better, than it is given in the fol lowing laconic sentenc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 April 1841

v 1 1 . JS1 -THE I1KSURRKCTI0N Oil, ' PjEUZSIAN P2TL.1.S. Summon to TitKHiaEAS,T3nisi)ETit',EvAS8 iNfti.iW .PcntiATiVr., tho MatcIuv-99 (prirod) aATtT, or any other pilU or compound lcfore tlio public, 09 certified to by Physicians and other Let none condemn them until they havo trial tlicni, ami then wo are certain they will not. It U now j settled point with all who have used the Vegetable Pusic.ii, Pills that they are prc-cml-r.cilly fio bet and most efficacious Family Medi cine that ban yet been used in America. If every ft roily could become aciuainicl with thejr Sovcr cigu power uvr ijiscaro, they would Keep them and Ik prepared jvith rt mlrc remedy to -apply on tlio fird nppijMiuo of dtscare, alid then I raw much distress woi.lJ h- m oi'IoJ and money saved, aa well as the Uvcj of thousands who -arc hunicd out of time hy licglcuing dis.vo in lU firt plages, or hy Hot being in possession of ai remedy whiclillicy can place dc . pciidcnce upon. Tim Ilesurrcction, or Persian Pills...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 24 April 1841

THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. 1 haV SWOr" UI""1 lh0 Altar of Go cc"' Hostility to every form of Tyranny over the silud of Maii.Thomas Jefferson. Volume BY. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, UrrosiTK St. Paul's Church, Main-st. TERMS : FAe COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT tvill be published eiiery Saturday morning, at Tiro DOLLARS per annum, payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if not. paid within the year. No 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 conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twenty -Jive cents for every subse quent nserlion. C7.5 liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. From the Maysvillc Sentinel. ANSWER TO 'ZETKEZ, TO UWS TjOVJS LETTER." Well Zeikel, I got that billy dux You wrote tlio other day, And sent to mo : but now, I snucks t I hov...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 24 April 1841

I ac'lans for years, on the part of llio officers, "without tlita sanction of tho Directors. An ex officer hail taken a loan of 000,000 of ine Heading Railroad, in his individual ca pacity ami (ho "bank liatl afterwards assum ed the responsibility. In the profit and loss uccount, n item in relation to bank notes, nmounling to G400.000 was doomed by tho Committee to he uns.nisfictnty. Another item of 4000,000 had not been properly ac counted for, and letters had been addressed to thoye of the ex-officers -who wero pre sumed to be In a condition to explain the mode in which the 3000,000 had been ex pended 'but no Teplies had yet been receiv ed. Notwithstanding this picture, and it is but light to say.ihat the Report throughout seemed to us to aim almost too exclusively at tho ex-officers, with but little alltisian to the ex-Directors, whoso business it was to check and prevent erroneous transactions the Committeo arrived at the conclusion that there is still more than 915,000,000 of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 24 April 1841

riiml expressly nnd avovrnlly for the use 0( ih wealthy otiJ arintoeratit'; -upon (he litem thni is absolutely nrcessarv for the iccomrnodaiion of the travelling public, as npon tho coinnmn grop shop. Ve consider it ojipresfei c, bt'Causn it places it in the power of urnlihy and influential men In op piess and vex their poor but not less deser ting neighbors, to gratify cither their arcrire ii r inalotolencr, brcausu it is nut definite in its langungu wore il prohibits "the sale of vi nonss.pirittious, and other strong liquors,by less tneaMire than one quart," leaving it to other men to nay what 19 meant by " other fining liquors," and as ivc believe, design- tgto prevent tho poor from purchasing , beer, cider, or even coffee or tea, at un licensed houses, without the risk of being dragged to Court; in which case, even if acquitted, tho mere attending Court would jo n severe punishment. Resolved That this meeting approve of the course pursued by Governor Por ter, in fluttering the b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 24 April 1841

THE KtiSUllKECTION Oil, PERSIAN" PIXELS. JJopr.RtonTo TuiHroKAW.BnAjfiJKTu'svANs (QlanUsr PunaATivr, the MATcmtss diricedl Bawative, or.nny other bills or compound beforo tho public, H3 certified to by Physicians and others i.ci.nnno condemn tnem until thry have tried thcin, nl.il then wo are certain they will net. It is now n settled point with all who have Used the Vegetable Persian Pills that thoy aro pre-emi-tietitly thobest and most efficacious Family Mcdi cmti that has yet been Used In America. If every family could become acquainted witli their Sovcr cign pent Ct over disease, they would keep tliem and bo prepared willi a suro remedy to apply on tho firs appearance of disease, nud then how much distress would to avoided and money saved, as well as tho lives of thousands who are hurried out of time by neglecting disease in its first stages, or by, not being in possession of a remedy which they can placo dc-. pendencc upon. The Resurrection, or Persian Pills. The name of theso ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 May 1842

V 1 r ' , " ,1 I liavo sworn upon the Altar of Cod, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mlud of Man." Thomas Jefferson PRINTED AN J) PUBLISHED BY IL WEBB. Volume VB. BliOOMSBURG, COJLUMBIA COSESTTY, PA. SATURDAY, - MAY 7, ,1842. umbo S mm 3SS OWICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, 0 prosiTK Sr. Paul's Cnuncii, Main-bt The Cm. UMDM DEMOCRAT 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, IN) subscription will be taken for a shorter period than six months; nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages are discharged. Jll) VERTISEMENTS. not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at iOne Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twenixj-fivc cents for every subsc qucnt nscrdon. .2 liberal discount made to those, viho advertise by the year, LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. THE BUEL.liIS.TS. I havo witnessed many duels, but we usually ietiled...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 May 1842

' From the dvani 0DD.FJ3LL0WSHIP AND RELI .GION. "Wo are oTien "interrogated upon the sub jcctof relation between Odd-Fellowship and ibo institutions of religion. We hivo ' been asked, anil wa doubt in perfect sincor ity whethvr our Order is a religion s society Our reply to"lhese queries is, that our answer jnust depend "entirely on Hie seuso in which " the term 'relijicr.' is employed: Wu ar S-aught-cn tho threshold ofout Institution to .revernntie God, and norer to mention hij .'holy nme but wlh such feelings as aro duo from the creature to the Creator to be industrious, eober and temperate to act net upon the golden rule,' which rebuires they do under othors-as wo would wish that creatskould do unto us lo love our follow--novoures, do them justice in all things, and - us to bo contcned while they aro in die trassr and it is in our power to relieve llicnr Those teaching are illustrated and enfotced vpon onr mind in every step of our pro gress; through the different degress of our...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 May 1842

'Appotthnmuii i'Member'e Cvngrt st. ms ooitci new ocoDniei tno atunnon KeiTrha Houss of tfepresentatlYos at Woshin I KJ- Amotion to fix Ilia ratio at 50,120 IRs been adopted' This will give a ho use HTjns what largsi than the present W' Considerable dogate has aricen concerning J tho representation of large fraction. Tho principle of representing them has nlvaye Been selection m rennnylvania. It ti o;nc what surprising that it Uas nererbacn adopt d by Congrass: It seems manifestly un just that a fraction in any elate amounting to within n small nnmborof the ratio agreed on, should eo entirely ttnrenreientad Tar inn years. It would ba evidently rnoro fair tint-any fraction exceeding half the ratio Would be entitled to a raemW. It is dif 'ficult ro make the representation perfect ly equal, but this mode would render it intra ecfu, than that of leaving the frao tion unrepiesented. Another proposition which ap'paars per fectly fair, is that if a state has n fraction cT one-half the rati...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 May 1842

. . tTJic EMscnthrraJEcd, i T, a. wniTTixn. Ma KtltoCi3 3TrnU runkenn. An abject worshipper Tk pride of-manhood pulse 'had grown Too faint and-cold to stir? -And he kail given tho spitU ' To thomnbleuea thrill, Ji.ui bowing totho .poison cup, Had slotted dnUils fall. "JXhcr im a eiangc, the doua rolled oft 'And light fell on tit brain And like the passing of a dream, That comtth not egaia, -The shadow eftheipirit fled, Uo stwthe gulf-before, :11s ihuJflcrod at the waste behind, i' And was a nu-once mora. H shook the serpent folds wy, That gathered round his heart, .As shakes the-swaying forest oak. Its poison Tinta apart; vHo stood erect returning pride Oreir terribly -within, .And contcienco cat in judgnent oa UU aaost, familiar aia. .The light of intellect again I Along his pathway shone. And Reason like a monarch eat Upon hU golden throne. 'The honored aooVlhe w isa once'raow Within his preienco came And lingered long on lovely lips His once -forbidden name. "There may le glory i...

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