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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 22 July 1853

IIP . ' . v4(C?L 1 1 """tI f f5r"lVv YOL. I. LOUDON, TENNESSEE, JULY 22, 185 NO. 3G, A PLULISHTD WEEKLV BY JNO. Y. & SAM'L B. O'ERIEN, OJicc uuCed.nr &tmi, Eitst of the Public Square. TERMS. Two Doi.t.Aits in advance: Two Dol lars axd Fifty Cents in six months; TnitEi: Dol lars at expiration of year. Adtehtiskmiists inserted ut $1 per square fur the first, and 50 Cents for each HubwJiiueiit insertion. YEA11I.V n.VTLS. Professional Cartlc, (live lines,)... ....... $ 5 " " (more than five lines,) 10 Qunrtcr of column 18i Half column 37. One column, 75 Announcing canJitlntos, (adeunce,) $3 ;i5B Address the Publishers, Post Paid. LOUDON: FRIDAY, JULY 22, itfjS. THE "LOUDONFREE PRESS,"--For 1853. Having assumed the onerous and responsible duties of public journalists, we feel the just de sire to increase the circulation of our paper, lis it will not only increase our capabilities of doing good, but at the same time give us rea sonable remuneration for our labors. To ac complish t...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 22 July 1853

JOII H.O'BRICX--r.(litor. FOR GOVERNOR, &aj. UUSTAVtrs A. SEUEX of Montgomery. FOR CONGRESS. T. mXOIl VAN DYKE, Esq., of McMinn, FOR REPRESENTATIVE, JOHII A. PATTOIT, Est LOUDON : FRIDAY JULY 22, 1853. The Kentucky Road. We copy a sensible irticle from the Somerset Gazette, from which it will be seen that our Kentucky friends are moving forward in the great work ef a Railway connection with East Tennessee, .in a ra tional and proper manner. They ace correct in their notions, and manifest the proper spirit when they say thsi'if the route which they pre sent is not the nearest and best, all things con sidered, they prefer to "invest their moans upon tiie route offering greater practicability, and promising greater profits. We are fully con vinced that the capital necessary to build this road can never be raised if the shortest and most practicable route is not adopted. There -are so many Railroad schemes already on foot throughout the Union, that it is becoming im possible to disp...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 22 July 1853

.V if!- - t S 1 h. LOUEOIi: f ridav T'wriiii ::::::: -July 2-!, i33 We have received a coj-y ol an address livereJ ly John McEwen, i.t the laying of ,L ..r. .f.,-p r'nlv- rtr nt X:i.s?ivilli. LX L (,Ui m v, v-'- t A-wainanvuu which we f.lso received a s.ip 'Tfjin the Nashville True Wiif, givii:-a:i r.c .S'Uiit of tlie p rowed: n -s. Also, the annual an- Viuncemeiit of the institution, and a lecture in-'''.r-luetoi-r t the second course of the Medical D.-part incut. From the evidences thus famished, v:o think 'ourselves perfectly snSn reeoninicnuinj thi.3 .institution to the p:itroJa-e of the public. 'for the names of the faculty and terms of the 'icstitulion look at their advertisement. - . 1 ! We invite attention to the advcrusetneKt ot tt; tU Fellows' Female Collegiate Iniiituie at crsville. This is now, perhaps, the most jridiinj Female School in East Tennessee. ar iiocrsvnie !e fi riens are cniiueu 10 umcii TaiEe for the energy an 1 jierseverar.ee v.ith lieh they have built up a...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 22 July 1853

-1 COMMUNION WITH NATURE Go and wander on the mountain, In the valley by the rill, ilark the forest pine trees waving; Hear the wild bird sing at will; Gaze upon the changing seasons. And the gifts to earth they throw, Of the God who made them, speaking As they come and as they go. Sitting down in sunny places, With fresh wind on your chock, Let the holy voice of nature. To your inmost spirit sponk In the blade, the leaf, the blossom. As in thiukinging man, you'll find Tl. ere are voices, there are beauties For the eye and ear and niiud, O, ye dwellers in the city, Who in handicraft excel; Who with mighty hearts and sinews, Work so bravely, work so well, Bringing from the world of matter, Properties and wonders rare; "Which the hand of God hath planted For your searching wisdom there. Is there nothing on the mountain, " In. the valley and the flower, Far beyond their merely serving To beguile an idle an ho".r? Is no priceless treasure hidden, That hath power the heart to bless? Go a...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 29 July 1853

; Mil '?! U VOL. I. LOUDON, TENNESSEE, JULY 29, 1853, NO. 37. Mi m l'l BUSlIF!) W KKKLY BY THO. V. & SAIl'L B. O'BEIEN, Qjjice unCt'!ur Strcit, 12wt of the I'ullic Square. Vahs 'Vvd Fifty Cetts in fix months; Tuhee Dol - T XT' V W S. Two Poi.i.aks ia advance; Two I'm n -if extiiration of voir. Advehtirem ents inserted nt Si per square forthe f ltt, aud 50 Cents for each subsequent insertion. VEAKLV HATKK. Professional Cards, (five lines.) " " (more than five line?,) "Quarter of column, Half column Ouecoluinn, Announcing candidate!', (mlcmice,) Ty Address the Publishers, Post Paid. $ 5 ..10 181 . S7i . 7o .. $3 LOUDON : mi DAY, JULY 29, 1S53. THE "LOUDON FREE PRESS,' ForlS53. Having assumed the onerous end responsible duties of public journalists, we feel the ju.st de tire to increase t'ie circulation of our paper, os it will not only increase our capabilities of doing good, but at the same time give us rea sonable remuneration for our labors. To ac complish this desirable end, w...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 29 July 1853

JOIIX V.O'BRIEX Edltor7 FOR GOVERNOR. Maj. GUSTAVTJS A. HENRY, of Montgomery. FOR CONGRESS. T. KIXON VAN DYKE, Esq., of McMinn. FOR REPRESENTATIVE, JOHN A. PATTON, Esq. LOUDON: FRIDAY, ::::::: JULY 29, 1303. CANDIDATES FOR GOVERNOR. The Candidates for Governor will Speak in Loadon on Monday the 1st, Athens Tuesday the 2nd, and Cleveland Wednesday the 3d of August. The, Election. Thursday next, will close the present contest for political supremacy in this " state. As a general remark, there has been less personal bitterness manifested by the vari ous candidates in the present contest through out the state, than in any similar event for a number of years back. In one or two localities, however, the feeling has been quite as bad as upon any former occasion. Doubtless the ac tors imagine the eyes of an admiring world are upon them but to all who are not within the vortex of excitement, the scene is disgusting and painful. The people of tie state are moved by no great excitement. They g...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 29 July 1853

gas LOUDON: Friday Morning: : : ::::::: July 29, 1853 jCy The Ru Rev. Bishup Otey may be ex acted to preach at the Sunday School Room, in tins place, ou Thursday night next, the 4th of August. Xiic Agency in Washington City. We no tice that our highly esteemed friend, William C. Zaxtzixger, Esq., who has occupied variou3 positions in the State Department during the last thirteen years, and hose removal from the office of Disbursing Clerk we noticed a short liu.e since, has established an Agency in Washington, and will attend to such business tis may be entrusted to his care. Mr. Zantzingcr was the bosom friend of Dak tEL Webtkr, and was present at Marsbficld; tos an especial friend, when that great man breathed his last. If any of our friends have business in Washington they wish attended to, Ihey cannot entrust it to one more competent, and with all a more perfect gentleman. We tpeak fxoni personal experience. Hiwasszc College. From an advertisement in another column, it will be se...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 29 July 1853

r f sifoiro f tf t grew. OHIO POETRY. TO TABBY. BY BCXG. Tis night 'tis midnight's silent hour, No sound is heard of riassei-'jy; And memories crowd around me now, Thick as Vie weeds near a pig-sly. I'm dreaming of thee, Tally, now, And those happy days of love; When 'round thy waist I pressed mine arm, And you did box my ears ly Jove! Ah! Tabby, vcars have rolled away, And friends have left dear friends forlorn; And other steamboats burst their tilers, Since you and I, dear, were frst born. But now you are a great, nice, fat girl, l)ear Tabby, sweet sweet Tabby dear; I see thee in my reverie now, A wiping off a pearly tear. O my! 0 my! how sad I feci, . I very deeply, muchly sigh; If you dear Tabby, won't be mine I'm much afraid I'll badly die. Sweet Tabby dear, dear Tabby sweet, I wish I had you on my knee! Dear Tabby sweet, sweet Tabby dear, Dear Tabby sweet, dkar swket tabbie! AGRICULTURAL. The Value of Dee) Plowing in Drought. It is obviarto any one who has passed througVfleais...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 5 August 1853

-' f f o VOL. I. LOUDON, TENNESSEE, AUGUST 5, 1853. NO. 38. o o PiBLi?ni:n weekly bt JXO. W. & SAM'L S. O'EEIEN, OJiceonCedarSticct, Eautcfthc Pi lllc Square. TURM-Two Dollars in advance: Tw Dol tins ad Fifty Cents iu his mouths; Tdkeb Dol lars at expiration of year. Adtertisemksts inserted at $1 per square for the first, and 50 Cents for each subsequent iuserliun. VEAPLT HATES. Professional Cards, (five lines,) $ 5 " " (more than five lines,) 10 Quarter of column $1 Half column 37 One column, 75" Announcing candidates (alliance,) $3 Address the Publishers, Post Paid. LOUDON: FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 185:?. THE '-LOUDON FREE PRESS," For 1853. Having assumed the onerous end responsible duties of public journalists, we feci the just de sire to increase the circulation of our paper, its it will r.ot only increase our capabilities of doing good, but at the same time give us rea sonable remuneration fur ov.r labors. To ac complish this desirable end, we 1 n.e dc-termin-' el to send out this...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 5 August 1853

JOHN W. O'BRircX Kdltor. LOUDON: MOXDAY, 8, 1553. We have delat ed the publication of our paper from Friday until to-day (Monday) in order to get more accurate returns from the election. From the London Free Press Extra, Aug. 6. ROANE COUNTY. We are indeltcd to Wm. Y. IIcff, Esq., for the followingstatement of the vote of this county, which was taken from the official returns at Kingston: Gov. Henry, whig 912 157 maj. Johnson, dem., 755 Con. Van Dyke, whig, 872 77 " Smith, dem., 795 Sen. Nelson, whig, 701 Oliphant, dem., .'. 731 30 Davis, whig, 131 Wells, whig, 21 Roberta, whig, none. Rep. Patton, whig, 911 207 " Burnett, dem, 644 It will be seen that old ltoane has given ''our Gus" an increased majority. This is gratifying when we take into the account that a large number employed upon the Railroad and - the tsnage, wno Tiarc u& otj i tk; coun ty, supported the Democratic ticket having come here regular built Locofocos. In this civ il district, Van Dyke fell behind Henry twelve...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 5 August 1853

LOUDON: Icuday Moralnjr : : : Aug. 8, 1833. Mr. C. C. Taylor, a farmer of Pulaski coun ty sent his crop of wool to Xenia, Ohio, anil received 53 cents per pound for it. The wool was sent as it came from the backs of the sheep. Somerset Gazette. j A manorial of Henrff Clay. Mr. Dalrney otters Clay Springs Farm, the birth-place of Henry Clay, for sale. It is in Hanover county, Va, about 20 milts east of Richmond. It nirht have been bought, five years ago, for liaif its present value. Owing to the use of "calcareous manures," and the example of Ed mund Kuffin, who resides in the county, old farmcj'have been doubled and quadrupled in Value, t A Rich Affair. The Pittsburgh Post is re sponsible for the following. The girli,it seems, did not stripbr the fight, but they were soon stripped after they got into it: Two young ladies residing in'Allcghany City, yesterday settled a little diiV.cuIty which had tnrnni ut between them, by a resort to hair Dullinrr. scratching, dress tearing. &e....

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 5 August 1853

SLEEPING IN THE CARS. The cars were full of passengers, 1 can't recall the number, For I had just awakened from An nnretrcshing slumber, When a laJy, who sat lacing nic, Directly met my eye, But turned away immediately, And smiled I knew not why. When youthful folks, who strauer are, Are seated face to face, In the silence of a railroad car A grave and formal place Their wandering eyes will sometimes meet, Bv some strange fascination, And they cauno keep their fa-.-es straight, Though dying with vexation. Simpletons there doubtless are, Whose mouths are always stretching, Cut the guileless mirth of maidens, even And dimpled cheeks is catching: First she laughed, and then I laughed I couldn't say what at; Then she looked grave, ami I looked grave And then she laughed at that. She endeavored to repress her mirth, But couldn't hold it half in, For, with face concealed behind a book, She almost died a laughing. She pouted when she found her lips Determined on a smile, But, twas very pla...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 12 August 1853

r i- Alt - -w j ' WW W - -4 : :.r r. r. - : '. . VOL. I. ri tUSUKD WEAKLT fcr ( ntir tlian five lilies. . O'rtrr of poli-niji. 1 ....i.i.... l!a!fe..liiu!n t'ncpiilutmi Amvmn.M'cnijM.-iii-.i. (,,,'r., ,-,,) '..rr A.t..lr-jw rto I'Hl.li.-Ji-rf. Port IVaip. LOybON : . FK I f(YZ UG UST 1 2, 1 e-O-J. Tin: -lcl'do.v mi:;-; rr.r.ss TorlSSS. IlaTMinrwsMmwl- tie fenefotts'snd respcTOible ties of public jounntlis'.s, wo feel the just de- ' duties Hire 10 increase t '.e circulation of our paper, as it will iiot onlv increase our of! doiu go'.wl, but at the same tim? -ive us r.'a-: roraVde remuneration for onr labors. To ac conp'ibh tills desirable end, we have determin ed to send out this that areu rum I' ve cannot appropriate acknowledgements te severe! fnen: who exertions in proeuriirjr us subscribers have r.ot been unnoticed ly u.. AVe divw it unnecessary to occup; a ienviiiv reposition o. Lie lea-iin K-etnies o. tac KEE t I'lJESS. lis po';i;ieiii -omph-xi-t:i is uucomjco- j nmingly Vnic b...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 12 August 1853

fruiton $m "Qxtss. toil's W. O'BRIEN Editor. LOUDON: FKIDAT, ; : : : : AUG. 12, 1SS3. The Result. The returns have been slow in coming in, on J we have not yet received all. Enough, however, have been received, to indi cate the present political character of the State. Andrew Johnson, the democratic candidate, is leyond doubt elected Governor, having so far gained something over 3000, to ovcrcomo the late whig majority ofl 679. The Legislature is big by a decided majority. We are deeply mortified that the noble Henry las been defeated. But it will do no good to complain, to chide. Ilia very strength before jryople defeated hhn. His friends and admirers, ever-confident of hil election, and anxious "td ecure tle legislature, swapped him oft by j-'kainlfedK, thinking he would still be elected. He?, we regret the defeat of Major Henry so far only as he is personally concerned. It does not indicate a democratic triumph; for it is plain, the -whigs could have carried the Govern or and the...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 12 August 1853

LOUDON: Friday Morning: : : i : : : : : :Aug 12, 13J3. California. Octdone! Rich Gold Mine in Giorgio. Messrs. Tnos. H. Callawat & Co., arc digging for gold in Uuion county, Ga., with the most flattering success. We understand from a reliable source, that they have realised es much as $20 to the hand, p;r day! This is j LATER FROM EUROPE. Tiit; s'i.nuicr Enltic arrived at New York on , cut: tiny. Iriuginp dvr rtoys :ter news toon; Eu r.i". ' j "srii brings 1C7. panciierj, r.rnon.j thna Mcllvaiiie, f.r.d lion. T. UutW Ku--The Aliica Arrived out ou tiio 2-;th. Liverpool, July 27. IraJe in the manufacturing districts was ac LOUDON PRODUCC MARKET. I Corrected Weekly In Oiin, Wiieon & Co. i . 2s : i 31J55-! ....o;(47 0 equal to California, j uvc &iia uncnaagea. ' McHenry quotes Cotton freely supplied and Dye's Hank: Note Reporter. The papers of j pnCes unchanged fully sustained. Cincinnati are all out upon Goodman's Coun terfeit Detector, and Dye's Bank Mirror, both published...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 12 August 1853

-w . !-fcf. From the Montgomery FtaJe Register. ."Vju Music. Messrs. Firth, Pon:! & Co., the exteusive publishers of IMvtsjc in New York haTe sent us the following lute pieces of Music from their -establishment: Stiluta Amoriqne; Ite Cwal Srottisch: and the' of' Klla Dee. .We can form h.) idea of the merit of the former two pieces, but from the eminence of , their composers, which is & pr.aranty of their worth. In the latter, "Ella Dee," we recognize an entire Southern production tlie twertin itanzas Ly Miss Julia M. Harris, the "Minstrel Maiden of Mpbile; the music ly Mr. A. S. Pfister, our townsman. We ha.l ircviously heard this latter production highly spoken of l y competent judges of music, as a bcantiful air, Admirably composed. We copy the words: ' . - KI.LA DEr, Lav her where the woodbine clingcth ' ' ' " ' To the dark magnolia tree, ' Vhorethe breeze low nm:-;ie bringttli To the,b;)s(!Ui of the sea; Willi a sorrowful devotion. Lay her where sweet viob'ts be, Where t...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 26 August 1853

wfjp """"" jrf(W O YOL. I. LOUDON, TENNESSEE, AUGUST 26, 1853. NO. 41, m i i i v ; 1 o o o ri BLISHED WEEKLY BT SO. W. & SAM'L B. O'BRIEN, mCedar Street, at of the Public Square. TERMS. Two Dollars in advance; Two Dol Ar asd Fiftt Cests in eix months; Threk Dol AR8 at expiration of year. Advertisements inserted at $1 per nqnare Tor the first, and 60 CcnU for each subsequent insertion. TEARLT RATES. Professional Cards, (five lines,) $ 6 " " (more than five lines,) 10 Qnarter of column, 181 Half column ..37 J Onecolumn, 75 Announcing candidates, (advance,) $3 JTfV Addrexs the Publishers, Post Paid. LOUDON: FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 185.1. THE "LOUDON FREE PRESS," For 1853. Having assumed the onerous and responsible duties of public journalists, we feel the just de- eire to increase the. circulation of our paper, ' as it will not onlj increase oiy capabilities of doing good, but at the same time give us rea sonable remuneration for our labors. To ac: complish this desirable end, we have d...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 26 August 1853

JOHN VT. O'BRI EX Editor. LOUDON: TBITMY, tAUO. 26, 1553. The Senatorial Question. The term for which tlie Hon. John Bell was elected will expire with tlie meeting of the Legislature, and the question as to whether wc will again return him or some other individual, is petting to he extensively discussed. The Knoxville Regis ter has already expressed a preference for Maj. Henrt the Chattanooga Gazette is out in fa vor of Hon. John Cell. We know that it will be hard to decide between these two noble cham pions of Whig principles. Both deserve the highest honors within the gift of the people of Tennessee. But only one can he elected Sena tor at this time. As to who that one should be, we would decidedly prefer the re-election of Hon. .ToIhi Bell. lie has attained a position of influence in the Senate, and is almost univer sally regarded as one of the most reliable and prudent Statesmen in the Union. No man in the country is more thoroughly versed hi the science of Government. Town Impr...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 26 August 1853

- , LOUDON: Friday Moraiug: : : :::::: :Aug. 20, 1853. Wat. C. Zantzinger, Esq. A Yasllington letter writer under date of August 15th, speak ing of Sir. Zantziner sajs: I learn that Mr. Zantzinger to-day deposited with Corcoran k Riggs the sum which thcs gentlemen deemed necessary to the proper ad justment of his various accounts. Messrs. C. R. are prepared to meet that dishonored check, and I suppose this last great case of de faulting is at an end. From personal knowledge of Mr. Zantzinger, we felt assured that the Governmetl would not locw a cent by him, and that so noon as the matter was fully investigated, if the deposits he already had in the Bank were not adequate, he would immediately deposit money sufficient to adjust Lis accounts. He is an honest man, and a true gentleman in every sense of the word. The travel upon the Virginia and Ten uessee Railroad is rapidly increasing, as the road is extended. When completed to the State line, and when the connections are . made thro'...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 26 August 1853

IS IT ANYBODY'S BUISNESS?: The following is submitted, for the conside ration of all whom may concern, by a member of the "Mind Your Own Business Society," with the hope that it may be productive of good results. Is it any body's business If a gentleman should choose . .' . To wait upon a lady, If the lady don't refuse? . Or to speak a little plainer, That the meaning all may know Is it anybody's business If a lady has a beau? If a person's on the sidewalk, V lather great of whether small, Is it, any bodys's business Whore that person means to call? Or, if you see a person As he's calling anywhere, Is it any of your business What his business may be there? Tho sn'.istanee of our query, Sinrt'y tated, would be this: . - Is it any body's business What another's business i s? If it is; or if it i.m't, We would really like fo know, For we'er certain if it isn't, There are some who make it si. If it is, we'll join the rab'i'e, And act the noble part Of the tattlers and d -in ;i rs Who th...

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