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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 16 February 1856

THE PERRYSBUIlGr JOURNAL 317 New Yohk, Feb. 14 Th Herald's Wash ington correspondent telegraphs: A move is on foot Inre to secure Mr. Critteiiilen's nomination by ihe Philadelphia convention. Some of the most ardent republicans mani fest slight disappointment. There are m uiy rumors relative to the mis sion of the British ond French naval force's in our southern waters. On Saturday last 1 was gravely assured that Great Britain had another Mosquito enterprise on foot, which she was preparing to work to advantage, by offering mn, money and 'war implements to the anti-VValkerCentral American states, for a consideration. The commander-in-chief of the British naval forces proposes an army of three thousand men, to bj collected with out delay, and to march upon Nicaragua un der command of British officers, for the dis placement of General Walker and the over throw of his government. A correspondent of the. Tribune, writing from Grenada, February 3,1, gives the follow ing information : Con...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 16 February 1856

818 THE TEIUtYSBUIlG JOURNAL. Fcrrystnirg Ii iros Carrciat. - Wheat, $l.G.f'tJ.70; Flour. $.n''".io : live. I (SO $3."', Cora, 4-;?.V5 Oats. 2.V:51 : Potato,-:;? i.rvi; Uurtcr, W'W) ; Kgs. l'i(( bS : . -p! !t i i $'l.2.ir'l..V); reaches, dried, $ t.O'K'U 5 : l'ea:;;,; .1.."0;:.VM; Feathers. 111" it : i resii i'i r. ;i; BjcI', l:t"; Tallow. 10(12 ; T.'ird,lV,?.l-' ; V. oo! jv,t:0; If iy. $.0'(rl0.tn:- Woo.!, l..V,vi-.,,' Silt, . 2.00 i-2 .!); Onions, ft7fr5o. 1 MtOlTIt AM) SIEAI,. K. 1. FKCK I.M ........... .1... I I'......... ,.1 I. .1 liwtii .ui.titii;.,, intuit.- i i 1 11 - u 1 1' . jut i u ' vhc.it. Iii barrel and bags. Indian Mr.At,, bolted and unbolted, for .! -. F. K. MILLKK CO . Or nUli? Mill Office of K. I. l'KCK : CO. Feb. 7, 1 i. Mw.'J Valii;illf! F.ii'i2i r K;iLo. WK offer t'or sile.on very reasonable term, ri ver tract ., out lining 1-! neve : riv... tract 3.), co'.ituininjy V.Hi acres, and the wt In.!:' . s.vtth west quarter of section 1 1, in towiCS, F.S.U r-- :i t lin...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 16 February 1856

TIIK PEIUIYSBUIIU JOUllNA L. 310 I 33UUY.su nur..IOUflN A L is published every Saturday, by Ci.auk, tit 1 per year, cash in Hdvanee, or .f 1 .2.t hi trade ; 1 .15 e.ish'in G m uith.s. or nt the end of tha year. Those in arrears will hi eli irgod at. tli3 rate of !? 1 .50 for the present series until tiiey pay up, when they can get the pa per at the reduce 1 priee. Papers rn iv b stoiped (it any f inis by paying' up. VVKl(i AViriC13. The pKiiiiYsnirm; JJ.IXX is n W opju aid prepared to discount short badness paper, buy and sell Gold, Silver, and Extern E.xehmgo, an 1 transact other business in their line. I uterest paid on time deposits. J. IS. NOUTON, Cashier. Oct. 1 1. 1A4.-'fMf -T AS3IIc;iMV UXIO.V IXSUll.YN'UE VV Company: (.' i lital S:!o:,0;lil. ). 15. Dtniivm. Pres't. Gt:o. Myoatt, Treas. ('liVo'l;i:i I .Witnil lii-iuvaiico Cmnpuiiy ; Capital !:!iKMMll. Bisks taken on reasonable terms in the above responsible companies, by 11. If. Donor.. A irPiit i'or Wood county. .11-l- FEKSO...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 16 February 1856

320 THE PEIillYSBUIlG JOURNAL. 100 Itewnrd! IIo for the New Comers! We understand that Messrs. Fkkkts & Urown are fitting up a new Gallery for the purpose of ta king DAGUERREOTYPES, filling Lockets, &c on the new and improved German, American and French process, Prices are to bo lov ; pictures cheap OA'L Y 31 cents ! Will luth Dec. open THEY MUST SUCCEED! Their rooms nre in Hood's building, on Louis,;, mi vTsnue, ueiweeu ist ana 2a streets, Pkrhysuuuo, Ohio. NEW STORE! 'VT III tT Ili kl . ijiunn ot Jtusi ksskhh navejust returned from U New i orU and Lionton, and are now opc:iiu ail extonsive and complete as?ortmtnt of Iry Goods, Groceries, Ctoiliiti!?. Hoot and Shoes, Hardware, Crockry and uiLfsawarc, selected with especial reference to the wants c i Porryaburg and Wood county, and offer the same at lower juices than any other establishment in the Maumee Valley. They have bought these goods for cash, and intend doing a strictly READY-PA Y business, thereby enabling them "to ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 23 February 1856

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. vol. nr. PERRYSBURG, OHIO, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 185G. NO. 4 Brother Crawford's Farewell Sermon. During my sojourn in Mississippi, (short ly after I heard the great sermon which was played on a harp of a thousand strings) I had occasion to visit a friend in the neighbor hood of Port Gibson. The next day being Sabbath, I accompanied him toZion Chapel. A new minister had been called to that neigh borhood, and this was to be his salutatory sermon. ion Chapel was some hundred yards from the main road and surrounded by forest trees. Having arrived rather too early for the ser vice, myself and friend sauntered about the wood?, rather actively employed in brushing iiway the mosquitoes that surrounded us. At length a strange specimen of the genvs homo made his appearance on horseback ; it was brother Crawford. His dress was decidedly peculiar. On his hvad he wore an old-fashioned bell-.crowned braver, several sizes too largo. To remedy this detect a cotton bandana h...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 23 February 1856

Results of War. At the battle of Areola the Austrians lost, in killed and wounded, 18,000 men; the French 15,000. At Hohenlinden the Austrian loss was 14, 000 ; the French, 9,000. At Austerlitz, the Allies, out of 83,000 men, lost 30,000 in killed and wounded or prisoners; the French loss only (!) 12,000. At Jena and Austerstadt the Prussians lost 30,000 men, killed and wounded, and n?ar ly as many prisoners, making nearly 60,000 in all; and the French 14,000 in killed and wounded. At the terrific battle of Eylau, the Rus sians lost 25,000 in killed and wounded, and the French, 30,000. At Friedland the Russian loss was 17,000 in killed and wounded the French loss, 8, 000. At Wagram the Austrian3 and French lost each 25,000 men or 50,000 in all, in killed and wounded. At Smolenski the French los3 was 17,000 men that of the Russians, 10,000. At Bjrodiuo, which is said to have been ,! the most murderous and obstinately fought battle on record," the French lost in killed, wounded and pr...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 23 February 1856

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 323 Deaths from Freezing. A missionary of the American Sunday School Union, in Io wa, writes that during the intensely cold neasoii many persons have lost their lives in attempts to cross the prairies. Recently u family in Mitchell county, consisting of fa ilier, mother, four sons and a daughter, met this tragic fate. They lost their way ; the cold was extreme, and, after wanderingabout awhile, they sank down in the sleep of death. The Madison (Wis.) Democrat states that three weeks ago a driver and two passengers were found frozen to death as the. stage drove up to Fox Lake, and shortly after two In dians near that village were found frozen to death. Lately, on a prairie in the south part of Minnesota, a sleigh and horses came, up to a tavern, an I the landlord going to it found its occupants, five men, frozen 6 ; 1 ii. Winter on Lake Superior. The season has been very severe at the copper mines of Lake Superior. A letter Irom Jagie uiver to the Cleveland He...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 23 February 1856

324 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. Editorial Page. Courts. By a recent act of assembly the times of holding courts in the third subdi vision of the third judicial district of Ohio V3re established as follows: "In Wood county, on the fourth Tuesday of February, second Tuesday of June, and second Mon day of October. In the county of Seneca, on the second Tuesday of March, the third Tuesday of June, and fourth Monday in Oc tober. In the county of Hancock, the first Tuesday of April, first Tuesday of July, and third Tuesday of Novembar. In the county of Wyandot, third Tuesday of April, second Tuesday of July, and fourth Tuesday of No vember. In the county of Crawford, the fourth Tuasday of April, third Tuesday of July, and second Tuesday of December. Our next term of common pleas will con-; ';q3nlly commence on Tuesday next, 26th fXGov. Shannon has gone back to Kan sas, armed by Pres. Pierce with power to call out the U. S. soldiers if necessary to suppress the free state men. We shall now see...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 23 February 1856

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL 325 Bouruon County, Kentucky. We make the following extracts from the correspon dence of tliu Louisville Courier: Pari'', Ky.. Feb. 4. February court day cam?! to us tills morning fringed with icicles, thi thermometer ranging from 12 to 24 d--gives b'low zero. Yet despite the intense cold, and the unfavorable condition of the road?, there was a large attendance. The prices paid for stock were above the average mark of several months past. About nine hundred head of mules were sold, to gether with horses, jacks, fzc, amounting in the oggregnte to 8100.000. Fifty mules, two years old. brought 8150 per head ; 50 sold at 131 each ; 87 do at 110 ; while yeailings brought &'J0. 830, &c. Sixty-five head ot two- vear old cuttle, brought 830 a piece, others at (B-27. &c. Yearling at 823, 820. etc Horses brought from 8200 down. dipt. Hutchcraft has sold his farm of seven hun dred acres to Samuel Clay, at 805 per acre. Mr. Clay has now 1,800 acres, and is the...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 23 February 1856

326 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL Perrysburg Prices Current. Wheat, l.t;i(rBl.7i; Flour. J9.0iWJ.50 ; live M.djto; Corn, 45(g.r9; Oats. 2531 ; Potatoes, "37 cr.'jO; Butter, 18W20; Eggs, 1218 : Apples, dried $l.25(f?l.;30; Peaches, dYied, $1.00frtl.25 : Leans $1.50!$i'.O0; Feathors, SHQH; Fresh Pork, (($, Beet, liM; Tallow, 10(i?l 2; Lnrd.lOfrtl'i ; Wool K.VyjJJO; Hay, $3.00 $10.00; Wood, $1.50C(;00 ; Salt, 2.Ua5'2.oU; Ouions, tf7().0. 1M.OUR AND MEI,.-K. D. PECK & CO 1 Flour warranted, made from sound Kentucky wheat. In barrels and Lai's. Indian M kxu, bolted and unbolted, for sale by F. It. MILLER & CO.. Or at tha Mill Office of E. 1). PECK & CO. Fob. 7,lS5u.--3i)w3 Valuable Farm for Sale. WE offer for sale, on very reasonable terms, ri ver tract 53, containing 131J acres; river tract 5 J, containing 190 acres, and the west half of south west quarter of section 11, in town 3, U.S.R., ivintaining 80 acres, all in Wood county. All this Usui lios in a body, within about 3 miles o...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 23 February 1856

THE PERIIYSBURG JOURNAL. pEUKYSUUUG JOURNAL is published every I. Saturday, by S. Clark, at $1 per year, cash in advance, or $1.25 in trade ; $1.2jcash"in 0 months, $ 1.50 at the end of the year. Those in arrears will ba charged at the rate of $ 1. 50 for the present scries until they pay up, when they can get the pa per at the reduced price. Papers may be stopped at any time by paying up. HV X KINO NOTICE. The PKnursuuiui Jl.iiVX ii now open and prepared to discount abort bit-tines paper, buy and sell Gold, Silver, and ''astern Exchange, and transact other business in th'jir line. Interest paid on time deposits. .1. S. NORTON, Cashier. O o 1. 1 1. 1 S.'4. 20tf W" ASHINii TO.V UNION I N sIJrTiE Company : Capital j?'5(H,i.I!1i. I). II. Dunham", Pres't. Geo. Mvu.VTr, Treas. C'levol;i!i:l Aluttinl Insurance Company; Capital $2i',J,000. KisUs taken on reasonable terms i:i ilio above responsible companies, by II. II. Doduk, Agent for Wood county. S JEFFERSON. Attorney at Law, Solicitor i...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 23 February 1856

328 THE PERItYSBURG JOURNAL. 100 He ward ! Ho for the New Comers! We understand that Messrs. Fkkntz & Brown are fitting up a new Gallery for the purpose of ta king DA G UERREOTYPES, filling Lockets, &o on the new and improved German, American and French process. Trices are to be low ; pictures cheap ONL Y 31 cents ! Will open l(th Dee. THEY MUST SUCCEED! Their rooms are in Hood's building, on Louisiana Avenue, between 1st and 2d streets, I'krkvshlkg, Ohio. NEW STORE! BTiINN & JENISON have just returned from New York and Boston, and are now opening an extensive and complete assortment of iry Goods, Groceries, nothing, Boots and Shoes, Hardware, Crockry and Glassware, selected with especial reference to the wants of Perrvsburg and ood county, and otter the .same at lower prices than any other establishment in the T:iu-iif Valley. Thev have bought these L-oods for cash, and intend doing a strictly RE A D Y-PA Y business, thereby enabling them to sell at rates so low as to a...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 1 March 1856

THE PERRYSBUM JOURNAL; VOL. III. PERRYSBURG, OHIO, SATURDAY. MARCH 1,1860. N0..42. [Correspondence Phil. Saturday Eve. Post.] PERRYSBURG, OHIO, Feb. 8, 1856. Mr. Editor: In the Post of Ftb. 2d, in the course of some remarks on a letter from the postmaster at Nebraska City, you say : " A great many would like lo know whether there is any region west of the Allrghanies where good uiiil cheap land can be found, and al most if not entirely exempt from chills and fever." Permit me. to speak of our part of the country to your readers ; and as you men tion three dpialilicat ions for land, I will note each separately. The soil here is heavy lime stone, clay, almost black, and is known to be is nearly inexhaustible as uny. What would some of the farmers on barren hills think of planting corn tor years together on the same ground without manuring, and harvesting a good crop each year? And then, by way of resting the land, to treat it to a crop or two of oats, then corn again, and soon, withou...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 1 March 1856

330 Hints to large families with small incomes. Oat meal is excellent in porridge, and all cooking of that sort, and oat-meal cakes are sweet, nutritious and an antidote for dyspep sia. Just now, we believe oats are the cheap est of any grain in market, and it is a settled fact that oats give thegreatest amount of power of any grain consumed by man or beast. Cracked wheat and loaf bread cost the same price, or perhaps a less price for the wheat by the pound. A pound of wheat properly cooked, is worth more than four loaves of bread. Hominy, samp, hulled corn, we have so of ten recommended and urged upon tha atten tion of all, both rich and poor, as cheap, .wholesome nutritious food, that we have in duced many to try it, who would not give it up now under any consideration. We reit erate all that we have ever said in its favor. Thirty years experience in its use only serves to confirm us in the opinion that it is such excellent and economical food, that too much cannot b3 said in its ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 1 March 1856

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 331 A Heroine. The last accounts from Or egon mention the noble defence of a woman .named Harris, whose house was attacked by a large force of Indians. Her husband was Killed by the fire of the Indians, and Mrs. Harrisuiid her daughter, whoalso was severe ly wounded, undismayed by the fearful odds against them, barred the door of their cabin, and loading and firing their Runs, in sight of the . hu.b.ind mid father's weltering corpse, fought-the savages for eight hours, when they were relieved by the arrival of u friendly par 1y. She killed several of 1 he Indians, mi l kept up sni-h a hot fire upon the rest as to prevent tli-m from approaching neat enough to set th'' cabin on lire, which they repeat edly attempted to do. Six Men to be Hi-no in onk Cutv. The Yazoo (Mississippi) Democrat say-; that the circuit court of that county recently ad journed, after a protracted session of four weeks. The niminal docket occupied near ly one-half of the term, there being...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 1 March 1856

332 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL, Editorial Page. &SThe court of common pleas has been dis posing of a large amount of business here during this week, and will probably continue in session through next week, lint little criminal business on hand; all aisposed of ; no convictions. The Know Nothings, at their Philadelphia national convention, nominated Mr. Fill more for president, and Mjor A. J. Donald son, of Tennessee, for vice president. The latter was the adopted son of Gen. Jackson. What assurances were given of the accept ance of JVIr. F, we know notj but that he will not be elected it needs no prophetic Jo nah to foretell. We hope he will decline the nomination j but as he is now in Europe, it will be some time before he can be heard from. The proceedings were finally control led by the southern members, aided by a few northern sympathizers. Contemptible. At the recent celebration of Washington's birth-day, at Cincinnati, the banquet was held at the Burnet House. The governor and...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 1 March 1856

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL 333 Last Codicil the Board of Public Works. It would be well il the people, get an insight into all the doings of ihe late loeofoco board of public works touching the allow ance of claims of party favorites. The fol lowing recent' case will illustrate : Under a law passed by the last legislature, the board of public works leased the national road to the higbest bidder who would keep it in repair. The lessees are Mr. John Coop er, a prominent democrat of Cincinnati, and others. The rent, over and above repairs, is Koine six thousand dollars. Latterly the les sees have been boring the board of public works to reduce the rent, because, as they alleged, they bul under the impression that the mail coaches running over the road, paid toll, which are exempt. Probably this is all pretence, for an old mail contractor on this road bid within seventy-five dollars of the sum contracted for by Cooper & Co. The constitution prohibits any extra allowance or compensation ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 1 March 1856

334 THE PEllRYSBURG JOURNAL. Pif.kce-ocracy in Fremont. We are infor med (hut a movement is on foot in Fremont for the establishment of a new democrat ic paper there, which shall favor the admin istration; the. present organ, the Democrat, not being willing to swallow all its mon strous isms anil iniquities. Parlies have, al ready gone for the material, so that the new sheet will probably shortly issue. We con gratulate irienil Flaugher, of the Democrat, ihat llie stand he has taken in favor of right has b -en suc h os to draw out an opposition sclienK! of this character, which no doubt will prove a sickly, short-lived thing. San. lleyistcr. A Pkofitable Voyage. It is stated that soni'i months (since a ship sailed from New York for Australia, with a cargo mostly of Hour. It cost in New York about $10 per harivl. and was sold immediately on arrival for $23. Dnluct per barrel for all char- iies. and the. clear prune on lw. shipmnu ot SJGO barrels was tyS'J.UU'J.. The same .sin p upnt'...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 1 March 1856

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 335 pHLlUYSBlMG JOURNAL is published every -L Saturday, by S. Clank, at $1 per year, cash in advance, or J? l-'lo in trade ; $1.25 cash in (i months, or $1.50 at the end of the year. Those in arrears will bo charged at the rate of $1.50 for the present series until they pay up, when they can yet the pa per at the reduced price. Papers may be stopped at any time by paying up. BVKlU NOl'ICIi. The PmiicrsHuiMi BANK is now open an J prepared to discount short badness paper, buy and sell Gold, Silver, and E Ht.ern Exchange, and transact other business in their Una. Interest paid on time deposits. J. S. NORTON, Cashier. Oct. It. 1S.1t.--29 tf WASiIIXTO UNIOV INSURANCE Company ; Capital S'WU.niiO. 1). 15. Dunham. I'rcs't. (J no. Mviiatt, Trcas. Clnvlund Mutual Insurance Company; Ci;iiril $200,(iMt. Risks taken on reasonable terms in t!u above responsible companies, by II. II. Doner:, Agent for Wood county. S JEFFERSON, Attorney at haw, Solicitor in . Chancery, Land ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 1 March 1856

33G THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 100 He ward! Ho for the New Comers! We understand tliut Messrs. Fkkxtz & Disown arc fitting uj a new Gallery for the purpose of ta king DA G UERRE O TYPES, filling Jackets, &c on the new and improved German, American and French process, Prices are to he low ; pictures cheap ONL Y 31 cents ! "Will open 10th Dec. THEY MUST SUCCEED! Their rooms are in Hood's building, on Louisiana Avenue, between 1st and '2il street, Pekkyshi'hc;, Ohio. " NEW STORl! BLIXN & JENISOX7 have just returned from New York anil Boston, and are now opening an extensive and complete assortment of Dry GMtls tiroceries Clothing, Boots and Skocs, Hardware, Crockry and Glassware,, selected with especial reference to the wants of Perrysburg and Wood county, and oiler the fame at lower prices than any other establishment in the Maumee Valley. They have bought these goods for cash, and intend doing a strictly READY-PA Y business, thereby enabling them to sell at rates so low as t...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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