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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 29 October 1853

r < ■ y «I t SIES. At Indiangoplis, Indiana, Au Emily Jan?, daughterof It Q."i Texas papers please copy, the deceasea is sup; * ' 1th, 1858. Ífflr of Uugtatc. «HEAT CHANCE FOB BARGAINS! Administrator's Sale. BY virtue and in pursuance of a decree of the county court of Calhoun County, State of Texas, (siting on business pertaining to the estate of de- ceased persons,) August term 1843. The under- signed administrator of the estate of J. T. Benedict deceased, will oatho 5 th day of November, 1868, between the hours prescribed by law, proceed to sell at the Olty of Lavaca, in said county, at piiblio auction, to the highest bidder, a large lot of as- sorted merchandise inventoried at 111,000, three fine horses, at $300, one fine carriage at (1800, tus., on the following terms to wit: AU sales of $50 and under cash; all sales over $50 and under $100 on a credit of six months, and all sales of $100 and over on a credit of twelve months, purchasers giving note, with anprovod security, ...

Publication Title: Gonzales Inquirer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 29 October 1853

COMMERCIAL. NEW QRLEAN8, Oar., 14,1868. Corros—The market, influenced by the Arabia' advices which ha<l just come to hand at the date of our previous review, opened languidly in the early 5art of this week, and the business of Saturday, [onday and Tuesday was confined to some 8000 bales, at a declino of ¿ of a cent, on the medium And lower qualities. On Wednesday thero was no improvement, and barely 1700 bales found put-cha- sers at very Irregular rates. Yesterday, the non receipt of thc-Canada's news, then over due by tel- egraph, rendered the market still heavier, and about 1800 bales changed hands at easy prices.— To-day the publication of the Canada's accounts, showing a Anther decline in Cotton and Consols at Liverpool, has brought our market nearly to a stand, and barely 700 bales have been taken at extreme- ly irroguto and lower ratea, making the entire business of the week but 7'JO0 bales, taken mostly in small lots, for England, Spain, France, Ac. We have lowered our quo...

Publication Title: Gonzales Inquirer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 5 November 1853

1 ' I kS [■if ♦ -'iSf I H |0f ■ ppw Proprietors. 8MITH ft DABST OP** TO fu P Mi L&SSSralH üfcÉfl VOLUME 1. GONZALES, THE GONZALES INQUIRER IS PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BT SMITH 4k ®4 ST, At $3 00 p#f Annum, payable in Advance. TERMS ■One square, (ton llifes or less) for each subsequent insertion A liberal deduction will be made from the above 3*tes, to those who advertiscby the year. AU political addresses will be charged as regular Advertisements not marked with the number of insertions will bo published till forbid and charged accordingly. All letters of a business character must be post paid, to insure attention. Every communication for puHlication must bo accompanied by tho writers proper name. No communication or advertisement of an abu- sive diameter will bo published on an;/ terras. For announcing candidates' names *% dnyofflce 7hn Dollars. I REPORT W, Of the Speoial Committee on the Le of the Contract for Constructing Ban Antonio and Mexican Gulf ~ road. u/ To the Preside...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 5 November 1853

ggfte <¡Sou?alcfl fcnqtitm-, " OMM T# *LL rAKT1 ICS—OONTSOLLKD lJY KONK." s?w. smithT eTÍÍob. «O M Z A Tfíx A : ftaturduy, November 0, 1S53. f Jf ■K? % f !• i W' I I 1 I I: W m O)" V. 1). PALHEH, the Auiericnn Newspaper AflSut, U the nnli/ authorised Agent for tills iiaper hi tlio c¡Üun of New York, Bonton and Philadelphia, duly empowered to take Advurli«K>incirte<at the rate required by tin. liiu receipU will be regarded as payment*. Uf" E. W. WILEY, Printer and Newspaper Agent, 17 flt. Charlo* xtreot, in authorized to act ax Agent for the Inquirer in New Orleans. "tar Again tho erjrfe "NO MAIL!" p I 1 ... or The District Court, oiler u buninenH Reunion of eight days, adjourned on Monday hurt. A con- siderable amount of busiuewt wax di po«nd of by juiigiuentH, continuation and nonsuit*. The Grand Jury fbiind but few billa, and'moat of the criminal canoa on tlie old docket were laid over. — ... Trn Maim Again;—Cdhiplalntit daily roach tut that tftur paptfrs do> not arriv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 5 November 1853

I I • I # • I# X ' W ft Rev. J. H. Sarah Mujis, oU this county. Intl., by ttao d H. BA88 to Misa On the 26th «lt, áboüt 8 miles above this „ óft the 8d insfc, of Pneumonia, at her resi- dence on tho Bandies, in De Witt county Mrs. Sakab Ann, consort of S. B. Cohloy Esq. [oiiroc & Brother, Agent for CARVERS CELEBRATED PREMIUM (Jin Stands. Orders solicited. nov 5 Lost. THE conditional headright certificate of Wra. Rico, issued by the board of land commis- sioners of Washington county, in (A. D.) 1888, for twelve hundred and eighty acres of land. If not heard from in the time prescribed bylaw, I apply for a duplicate. W," bvombcr 6, 1858—23-Í0w* *' •" —■ ■■!.! JJ'« ' jitor's Sale. «•* . THE County Court of Gonzales County having on * the first day of November, 1888, appointed mo Administrator with tho will annexed, of the Estate of' Adnm Zumwalt, dee'd., of said 'county, oil per- sons having claims against said Estate must present them within the time prescribed by law, and those i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 5 November 1853

mam fp m. tfl M W i R ür COMMERCIAL. NEW ORLEANS, OCT., 21,1868. Corro*—Yoítcrday morning the Aula' new* ww before the public, contradicting tho previous an- nouncement that war had actually been declared between Turkey and Ruwda, and reporting al- io jt decided improvement In Consol*, though none in Cotton. Thin intelligence affected our market fiivorably, and 4000 bales were sold at an improve- moot of i cent. To day, too, a general inquiry ha prevailed with nales of 0000 balea at still fuller and firmer prices, making the Moms ofthe en- tire week 15,800 bolea, taken chleflv for England and the south of Europe. Prices close firmly at the annexed quotations. Tho receipts from the 1st September to date, . . "*■'(thecorres- 161, bales op gainst 117,964 at same time in 1862. Professional an<l Business Cards. Tho receipts irom tne isi rwpiemuer u i comprixe 80,70# bales against 240,87'Jto the cc ponding date last year, showing a deercse of 080 bales. Tho stock on hand is 74,887 bal ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 12 November 1853

1 o * o!# tt9i f.-t *1 V^jaík^iv^.:,,a ,¿&'iW* **.W^ fv r , V.;"^'? HBH&t* >..!• ^ViTX* SMITH * t í i i SATURDAY, * 0(1, the d you will religion, Whieh infinito Rower, ■'not ought of poor ! should on ou areaboveafl M detained, and I ai this print O iir company tionfrfttn Mtrieir Merrill, Worth, toídiAe at-tho Fort INQUIRER EVERY SATUHDAY BY 4c DAHST, i, p&yuble in Advance THE GO IS PU Johnson's vo taken wrong or 00 per r—«- fsjaww-" :• M (ÉÉ&fe' % iS5¿ • «cj$y« • Vs )4 i'W < ■ r '■ ' : % « S^®> "i p:1 tssm^I jPoí One square, (ten linea orjess) first i: For each subsequent InBO-tion.. A liberal deduction will be made I rates, to those who advertise by the year. All political qddresate will be advertisements. Advertisements insertions will be accordingly. All letters of a paid, to insure as regular with tho n forbid aud character K m No communica slve character Will For announcing Ten Dollar . I things ceilsured asi wore not so derog wisdom and so absurd ini I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 12 November 1853

war km b8s*3| «Lííjt' ■■ M*>> rut I* 1 1 If ► ■k ' r fcr iff M «• (G ohm ir o iitduim ' orat TO ALL t'AKTl&t costi ii* bosk." The Temperance Question. Among tbe uhl ipie.-tiom, jiift now gaining new .¡.force, the Temperance qowtioo (.tunda prominent The advraU'd of Temperance Reform appear to ' bare alwidoiifd tin* old ground of making effort* : to Fccure individual reformation*; they uow direct mmsmshhhb their energies immediately to the liquor basiness. November 12, 1M53. fhe doctiiiiv. of "no «de" and " no license" are S. W. SMITJj, Kditob. «OI*álksT Organization of the Legislature. A blip from the office of the Austin Gazette inform .us that both Houses assembled at 11 The Mol another Havana lobile Register, of Tuesday, publishes interesting letter from its Havana cor- o'clock, in the old Capitol on Monday Inst— respondent, from which we make the follow* The Senate was called to order l>y Lt. Gov. J.' ing extracta. The letter Sa dated the 1.9th ; W. Henderson', W. 1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 12 November 1853

0> # Religious Appointments. Iter. J. H. Stribling, of tú liaptiat denomination, preaches in. this place on the first Sabbath of every month. ltev. Mr. Weir, oft, on the second Sabbath of every mouth. Rev. A. Davidson, of the M. E. Church, on the third Sabbath of every month. Rev. James McCrae, of the Old,School Presbyte- rians,' on the fourth Sabbath 9' every uionjh. Roy. Dr. Ronton, Cauielitc, on every filth Sab- bath. - S. J. MAYS, living a well assorted Stock of il aud Winter Goods, consisting of Lddics' Dress Good*, Clot/iiny, Cloths and Cammercs,.. Pant Stuff, of every kind} ■ Negro Kersey , Blanket , Lcnrell* and Hat . Also, a good lot of Jfyrdware, Cutlery, Looking Glasses, die. Gonzales, Nov. 12, 1853—tF HAVE just received direct from Dr. D. Javnes' establishment, Philadelphia, a supply or his well known and much celebrated Family Medicines consisting of * ' . ; ¿¿ Jaynes' Expectorant, Jayncs' Tonic Vermiftige, " Alterative, " Carminative Balsam, " Hair Tonic, " American...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 12 November 1853

T j.: '<■/ l3*;' ■ 0: ■ * .J l!ii M!- .It-1--, COMMERCIAL. NEW ORLEANS, OCT., 1 , lf63. Profeuaiuiml and ISusiiitso Cart!9. u. a. nuu., : .b. . TLX- Cotton.—Yesterday, the weather continuing in- element, and the rtéamer's u«wí delayed by the interruption of the telegraph wires, the sales tew barely 1800 bait* , at irregular rate . To day, the abscence of the foreign accounts check* the de- mand. and barely 1700 bale* hare found buyer* making a total for the week m 10,000 bate , ta- (JOS ¿A LES,.. ken for England and France, the North, Ac. Prices _ close verv irregular to-day, and the market will Wux attkxd Promptly to Bests* * co\nt>Ei to lurdiv becomc ¡settled until we come into posses-. hi* ciu. «ion of «owe later intelligence from Liverpool. ! . — The receipts from the 1st September to date, . w. u>_ss josta johx l. uamí . comprise lú9,3é>balei agaóu* 2¡>0,C&¿ to the cop- I Joae* Sc Harper, responding 'Uta la* ye«r, slewing, a decreaae of ISO.íiá la!#*- The sto...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 19 November 1853

i/ o €> ft) f> O $ SMITH & DABST-.. .Proprietors. ntrolled by none." OPKN TO AM. PA - w n M: ■ rjtp e *¡ir s i. H. 4*v fit K^™iW. VOLUME l. .THE GONZAI.ES INQUIRER 18 PUBLISHED EVERY, 8ATCHDAY BY SMITH de DARST, Al $3 00 per Annum, payable in Advance. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING. One square, (ten linos or less) first insertion. .$1 00 For each subsequent insertion 50 A liberal deduction will bo made from the above rates, to thoso who advertise by the year. All political addresses will bo charged as regular advertisements." Advertisements not ñiarkod with the number of insertions will be published till forbid and charged accordingly. J All letters of a business character must be post paid, to insure attontfbn. Every communication for publication must toe accompanied by the writer's proper name. No communication or advertisemontjjf an abu- sive character will bo published qil anif'tcrins. For announcing candidates' names for any office Ten Bollan. ^ [For the Inquirer. Printer's Rh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 19 November 1853

Htf-' m « - <gon?alfg "0>K* TO ALL PABTIK8—CONTllOIXKI) UY NON H." r w71H!UT~H7 FpTTo*; cjoi^z ai^ctex,is j üntnrday, November 10, 1S53. NEWS BY LAST NIGHT'S MAIL. AT,RIVAL OF T1IE FRANKLIN. Vinpot iutct Wcivi I New Manifesto of the Czar. Insult to Prance. —r- ; or r tli$ inquirer. I)<ar Inquirer.—Permit me, through the EST V. B. PALMER, <!'e American Newspaperj Th ma„ an.¡vod h t ll| ht f>lrnill4,n„ ¿ Mca A sent, tu lit* onlt/ mtthnntM Agent for thi* paper1, „ . , ...... in the cities of Now York, Morton and Philadelphia, I 01 n c-w O'leans to the 14 th inst. Die news is duly empowered to tiikc advcrtisemonts at thc rates , highly Important f.o.n the-East. AVe extia-.-t un required by uh. His receipts will ho regarded an ; follows: a ^rilitcrt,ai!ri dTT ' ^state titat .^¿'¿7 !ísp"cí'iom C'on- tss& & ssstas asrto «4 ■«* *? p- Boldly proclaims that happiest! spot his own, The Eastern Question, l " "W! ExtolB the treasures of bis stormy seas, j New Yokk. Oct. 27...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 19 November 1853

$> Q) © Another Koszta árfam.—Cwptatn fityra? ham' seniccs nee<Jed.-~-'Iho American Flag, jiubltahod at Brownsville, Texas, in'its issue of the 15th ult., has the subjoined paragraph: "Is not Intekviotion needed ?—While our press and people are discussing the propriety of the brilliant fejit perform* by Capt. Ingra- ham at-Smyrna, it should bo borne in mind that there are other Koszta affairs. happening on our side of the water. wo have a:case in viow: Some two years or so ago an old man, named Antonio Valcarcol, a native, we believe, of Mexico, came to tbjs place from Camnrgo. He immediately commenced in- vesting his means in the improvement of real cstato, with a view of making it his permanent houpe. As required by law, it is said ho went formally before one of the courts of the cuontry, solemnly renounces all allegiance to the Gov- ernment of Mexico, and declared on oath his iutention of becoming a citizen of the United! States. Since which timo he has been quietly i livin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 19 November 1853

tern jBMI COMMERCIAL. m NEW ORLEANS, NOT., 4, 1803. ■t «teady prices for the better grades. To-day buy- ers were holding I nick for the Africa's newH, but its publication, about noon, produced but little ef- fect, and the «ale were some 8000 balea, making a total for the week of nearly 21,000 balea, takeu for England, France, Ac., and the North. Prices close with firmness for the better qualities, the low- Professional and Business Cards. h* m* fabkkfc. •••••««•• a •*•(«•••#•«• k. fly. Parker A Fly, Attorneys & Counsellors at Law, Q0NZAL12fi~-TEXA8. June 4, 1868-lv ALBERT IV. Mili 1.8, ATTORNEY AT LAW, GONZALES, TEXAS. gradea being entirely neglected, oud prices for Wiix areno Prow-try to Bcsixkbb conkided to Indianola Directory. them nominal. The receipts from the 1st September to date, comprise 160,022 bales against 868,804 to the cor- responding date last year, showing a decrease of 206,782 bales. The stock on baud is 100,004 bales against 189,810 at same time in 1862. iu8 ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 26 November 1853

WMB wl, ir '*W,. fetápt|W SMITH ft DAEST .. .Proprietor* •8 00, X* Adwoe t t i I VOLUME THE GONZALES INQUIRER is published evert 8atdkdat by SlflITH & DABST, At $8 00 per Annum, payable in Advanee. GONZALES, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26,1858. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING. One square, (ten lines or less) first insertion. .$1 00 For each subsequent insertion................60 A liberal deduction wHI be made from the above rates, to those who advertise by the year. AU political addresses will be charged as regular ■advertisements. _ Advertisements not marked with the number of subserve insertions will be published till forbid and charged «accordingly. All letters of a business character mutt be pott paid, to insure attention. Every communication for publication must be accompanied by the writer's proper name. ._ No communication or advertisement of an abu- sive character will be published on any term . For announcing candidates1 names for any office Ten Dollar . GOVERNOR^ MESSAGE. Executi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 26 November 1853

jr.. sjbj ir ••-s-'1* «&«*■ m — W; i ■ tro sustained in tho suggestion which I now make, from the experience down from ad offi- cial Service of four years, ana I assure you, in all candor, with a lean salary, and without the ability afforded by personal means, I have f«lt regret and deep humiliation from my inability to dispense those kindnesses and genius hospitalities to strangers visiting the Capitol, and to my fellow citiRcns and friends, promp- ted alike by my own feelings, so befiting the Executive head of every State, and called for by the precedents of most of the older members of the Union. Alluding to the subject in a former message, I hod tne honor to átate, "The fifth section of the fifth article of the Constitution, which provides the compensation of the Governor shall not be increased nor diminished during the term for which he shall [)( soiUk ' .1 have i tal fai products esitition ÍT" owned ' su ¡ity of the difiere t adapted to eac! ggesting *n cxp e State, with a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 26 November 1853

*■ Beligious Appointments. Rev. J. H. Stribling, of the Baptist denomination, preaches in Mi place on the first Sabbath of every month. Rev. Mr. Weir, of tho Cumberland Presbyterians, on the second Sabbath of every month. - Rev. A. Davkfeqn, of the M. E. Church, on the third Sabbath of every month. Rov. John McCrae, of the Old School Presbyte- rians, on the fourth Sabbath of every month. Rev. Dr. Ponton, Campbellite, on every fifth Sab- bath. I For Rent. WILL rent, for the ensuing year, 1864, my res- idence and farm, situated on the Guailaloupe, and between it and the San Marcus rivers. The building is a comfortable one, and there are one huudred acres of land in cultivation and under good fence. For further particulars inquire of Gonzalos, Nov.¡20—2G-Qw G. F.HENRY. DE WITT'S FERRY. THIS Ferry is situated South of and adjoin- ing the town of Gonzales, about a half mile from the Court House, where there is an ex- cellent NEW BOAT, calculated to dross Wagons of the larget size and , U...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 26 November 1853

,rv zr ss COMMERCIAL. * NEW ORLEANS, Nor., 11, 1868. Cottoh.—Yesterday 8000 bale found purchaser* at steady prices for the bettor grades. To-day buy- ers wero holding back for the Africa's news, but iu publication, about noon, produced but little ef- fect, and the sales were some 8000 bales, making a total for the week of nearly 21,000 bales, taken for England, Frauce, Ac., and the North. Prices close with flnnneBS for the better qualities, the low- er prados being entirely neglected, and prices for them nominal. The receipts from the 1st September to date,, comprise 15i',022 bales against 858,804 to the cor- responding date tat year, showing a decrease of 206,782 bales. The stock on hand is 109,884 bales against 180,810 at same time in 16G2. Liverpool Ci amificatigs. Middling Fair.. 10 alOf Fair ,.. —a— Good Fair —a— Gpod and Fine. —a— Inferior —a— Ordinary nom. Middling 8a8|-*9 Hood Middling. BJaSt New Orleans Prices Current. ~NEW^RLEAN8, Novell, 1858. Bugging, per yard. Bale Rope...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 3 December 1853

:o& Of JOTO** *** **2*5 * ;.a Ti*4S .w « it v*í <W«Ü^'jfíi Wífi$,W ■mHH ■/«fc«M *arti mi «ti ,aa«JAii a Ji33 3=**SS '. .I"A M I'lil M'"^ v- í *ft<lV S¡v •wll SMITH & DAB.ST-., proprietor . "orIN TO ALL PABTDta—OONTKOUJU or HO *." 'i-nm i m ktm-y^ "■ VOLUME GONZALES, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1853, ft*" «an ft? ,% THE GONZALES INQUIRER is foblisuep every saturday by SMITH & DAltST, At $3 00 per Annum, payable in Advance. TERMS FOR AD VERTISING. One square, (ten lines or less) first insertion. .$1 00 For each subsequent insertion .50 A liberal deduction will be made from the above rates, to those who advertise by the year. All political addresses will bo charged as regular Advertisements. Advertisement not marked with the number of Insertions will bo published till forbid aud charged accordingly. All letters of a business character must be post paid, to insure attention. Every communication for publication must bo accompanied by tho writer's proper name. No commun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 3 December 1853

ITfir (Eonjalea fitttiuircr. " oral TO ALL FAanS—OOMTBOLLBO ST BOM." ^rw^inTHríííTí^r ^qonzalmTTÍXAÍT Batnrday, December 3, 1858. V. B. PALMER, the American Newspaper A (tent, U the only authorized Agent for this paper in the cides of Now York, Boston and Philadelphia, duly empowered to take advertisements at the ratos required by us. llis receipts will be regarded as payments. tW E. W. WILEY, Printer and Newspaper Agent, 17 St. Charles street, is authorised to actas Agent for the Inquirer in New Orleans. Public Meeting. We are requested to state that a meeting of tho citizens of the town and county of Gonial**, will be held in the court house, on this (Saturday) ere- ning, at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of taking Into consideration the existing mall arrangements. It will be seen by the abore notice the object for which the meeting was called. The present mail arrangements are becoming worse every day. Such a thing as receiving a mail when it is due, is almost unheard of, and has bee...

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