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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 31 July 1861

ttii THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN 18 PUBLISHED K V 7, R V M 0 R N T W 0 , RATES aOF ADVERTISING. One square, three rbyf ,...'...... $1.00 One square, four days. ..... 1,25 Ono square, five dnya ."..., 1J10 One square, six days 1.T0 One square, two weeks.., 2.78 One square, three week) 3.50 One squaro, one moulh , 4.00 B (riwdats muwtrh,) On seventh itret, near It, opposite the General Post Office, by Uiw squiro, three moatns 10,00 One square, six month 16.00 Ono square, nna year 30.00 Eveiy otter day advertisements, fifty per cent, additional ; once a week advertisements charged as now for each Insertion. Inserted only onco, ton cents a Iln. Advertisements Inserted Inside, 33 psr cent, advance. Ten line or lees constitute a square. W. J. MUUTAGH A 00. TERMS. To city sabssribers ilz and a quarter cent per week, payable to the carrier). To mail subscribers, three dollar! and fifty ocnts per annum, payable In advance. Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. 0., WEDNESDAY, JULY 31, 1861. No. 208. " ' l-.TfJ ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 31 July 1861

sX $K gk FUblicatlnn Otfltv, fornet nf tn.ln vf fine and tVcnnt ttTtCt DflCl for Ml vt rIl t 'l MTfUlU IU l, U ,uui tneGcnorall'OStOffll.O. PUBLISHED Bl' W. J. MUKTAGH & CO. OkOHOK M. W1.3TON, Editor NATIONAL KErUBMOAN. Wednesday, July 31, 1861. ;W N'o advertisements cr notices, except to regular d Tfrtiicrs, will be Inserted without payment in advance IWe learn that General McOlellan has issued a stringent order against officers and men leaving their camps, without written per mission from superior officers, and that he has appointed Colonel Porter provost marshal of this citj. Mr. Potter, chairman of the 6elcct com mittee of the House of Representatives, stated yesterday, in his partial report, that a consid erable number of the clerks in the Depart ments have refused to take the oath of alle giance, and yet, though this fact was known, they have not been removed from office. tO' Ex-Governor Inarm I. Storpnn. nf Wash. , ..., ington Territory, has accepted the appointment 01 co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 31 July 1861

will bo mado, an J superintendents hud assist ant superintendents appointed without regard to political opinions, who will be held respon sible for the railroad track within their dis tricts. Gen. Pope will withdraw his forces from the line of the road as soon as possible, and con centrate them in one camp in the vicinity of Mexico, Adrian county, where the strictest discipline will be imposed. Active measures are being taken to perfect their drill. Gen. Pope will carry out the same plan on the Han nibal and St. Joseph railroad. THE ARMY OF THE SHENANDOAH MOVEMENTS OF TIIC CONFEDERATES. Harper's Ferry, July 29. Advices from Winchester and Charleston say that none of General Johnston's troops had returned thither up to Sunday noon. One regiment of Loudoun County volunteers have returned to Leesburg from Manassas, and it is thought that as many as two more aro on their way from Manassas to that point General Johnston is understood to hi still at Manassas. General Lee has been assigned...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 31 July 1861

NATIONAL UEPUBLIOAN. OFFICIAL LAWS OP THE UNITED BTATKS Failed at the Ftrtt Seunti of the Thirtu-itvmit Cviigrtu. IPonur No. If.. AN ACT to refund duties on arms imported by States. Re' iCenacled by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Stales qf America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Treasury be, and is hereby authorized to re fund, out of nny money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, the tlutiei paid on arms imported by States, under the condition1; and subject to the limitations of the act ftp- S roved the tenth day of July, eighteen hun red and sixty-one, entitled " An act to refund and remit the duties on arms imported by States." Approved, July 26, 1861. Public No. 16. AN ACT for the, better organization of the Marine Corps. Be it enacted by the Senate and Bouse of Rtprettniatites of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That, from and after the passage of this act, the United States Ma rine Corps shall consist of the fol...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 August 1861

Hmmmmmtma THE NATIONAL-REPUBLIGAN- MfclffBT. n imuni i Jatyimt.7 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, three dan l.oo IS PUBLISHED EVERY MOBHIVO, (snuiUTS KTCrpTrn,) On Stiventn street, near B, opposite the Ueucral roBt Office, by W. J. MURTAGH & 00. 'Ontfquartrf0nr'dart.:.r.r.?.?!SKSSTsrss,"I v: Une square, are day jjg One sqoat, six days .' 1.75,i One square, two weeks.. ... ,... a.TB' One square, three weeks. 3.M One square, onemontn 4,00 One tqaare, three months 10.00 One square, ilx monthi , 16.00 One square, one year 30.00 Every other day advertisements,' fifty per peat. additional ; once a week 'advertisements charged ai new for each intertlon. Inierted only oncoj Un cents. Utttiaii. Advertisement inierted Inside, 83J per cent. advance. Ten llnei or let i constitute a aqnare. TERMS. To city subscribers itx and a quarter cents Iter week, payable to the carrier!. To mall subscriber, three dollar! and fifty oenU per annum, payable la advance. ' ! i Vol. I. . WASHINGTON, D. C, TH...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 August 1861

da Mtia Publication Oflk, wiener rf Inriuo areniiA uJ fVocmd irtrMC DrnotlbrMloarrrrrniflaTiUitlrmt, opposlt IhaOeneruPontOlncn, PUBLISHED BY W.J. MURTAGH A CO. OKOIlOlt jr. WKHTON, Kdltor. NATIONAL KEPUBMCAN. Thursday, August 1, 1861. J- No dif rttoemnu or doumw, except In regular ad TcrUaera, will b Inserted without payment In advance. MsWohn C. Underwood, of Virginia, has been nominated and confirmed as Fifth Auditor of the Treasury . Removed. Lawrence II. Breed, of Louisi ana, usiitant messenger in the office of the Secretary of the Senate, was removed jester day. 49 William H. Powell, D. C, a member of the Washington Zonaves, has been appointed a second lieutenant in the. regular army. Our correspondent who complains of drunken soldiers in our streets, (really not nu merous, considering the sizo of the army quar tered here,) will ceo that measures have been taken to arrest the evil, by Congress, in pro hibiting the sale of liquors to soldiers, and by General McClellan, in confi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 August 1861

w 1i ' ty I " ' i mmtmmmmmm m LOCAL NEWS. Thk Fiout at Ecu, Run. Owing to a variety of causes, uoine of the leiuiuula en gaged in the battle of the 21st ot July have failed to receive so favorable a notice on they deserve. Amoog such might be mentioned the second regiment of Wisconsin. This regiment was In the advance of Col. Sherman's brigade during the engagement of the 18th, and is highly complimented by that officer, for their cool ness in their first exposure to the enemy's bat teries. In the battle of Sunday, the 21st, they sere attached to the same brigade, with the thirteenth, sixty-ninth, and seventy-ninth of New York. Up to ten o'clock, A. M.t) this regiment served as supporters of Gen. Sherman's bat tery, when they had orders to cross the' stream, leaving the battery behind them. Marching up the steep hill in the doable quick, they were soon formed at tbo top in battle order. In a few moments the order came to charge upon the rebels' batteries, which were directly in fron...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 1 August 1861

z NATIONAL UCAN. lOIlL. fjrtr THB,lfflfKD STATES PaMf the Ftr'si Session of tin Thirty-seventh y Congress. IPnnua No. 21.1 AN ACT to increase the present military estab lishment of the United States. lit it enacted ly the Senat and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That then shall be added to the regular army, as now authorized by law, nine regiments of infantry, one regiment of cavalry! and one regiment of artillery ; each regiment of iufnntry to consist of not less than two nor more than three battalions, as the ex igencies "of "the public service may, in the opinion of the President of the United States, demand ; each battalion to consist of eight companies ; each company to consist of one captain, one first and one second lieutenant, one first sergeant, four sergeants, eight corpo rals, two musicians, and as many privates, not exceeding eightytwo, as the President of the United States may, according to the require mentsof military se...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 2 August 1861

i"7ifib' rfs iriiE.-NA'iIfpIfJftWQ One iflntri, three dejri". M..........i7....fli IB PUBLISHED, . titoi ,IS1 diUlKdat g I -KI EVERY morning, One square, six days7r;.t.: l.TB OneVrniris'twolri..'....V.a.Ai:i.aaiJiatlft iH.'ll.MHIIII.VIMM-tlfP- (sONDAYS IXOBTTID,) y On Seventh street, near If opposite the General Post Office,' by1 OnsrtqnanpthnarMsrtsiiininimitirnitrW40 W. J. MURTAGHA 00. ., ) '(nFPt w : fY r if YrVr .PaaflDWOpfliTFkVrjMlij 9jLliiI MirCffiSrwTlC r-TrrS"! - . .If M:.l?wJ. .- I HIH , ,. -l llli Hfi W""" " ' ..-. - ,, ,. .. ! f r - A nt lfucn -. ,1 rrflw VlT J lmVf r.,7 L.t i 7 ..! nm,'m' Vlr ( o-VWjuT One iSuare.ve dui, W&8T im.i ioWii lf-r-.wJ 6A ,.t,hS 1, -' ,bl j flj tIl. i VM , ..JTnrnZtM I !B"I lwq..us3 ), frr-a -, . W i Kmr Msjyjjik m i4,bfW4r )iMMmtLUi I BBk .:V SH - mj jBBlrioBlViiSlB iH i ... BBH. Bk BMV H ,B1 M iH .BM BBM BM .. BB1 SM wA BM MB.. X M I ) TUB MB. '" if V "f To city subscribers six and quarter oenta per week, payable to the carriers. 0 H To ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 2 August 1861

i?s&!3b . -s .v t sS U X). r-r-u. Ht- mfa?.ftt 2tto Nbltatka OSJe. emit oriiidluaavwM sad BaMod ttrML Dmox (fact papal ea8tytaUistnt,totM UMOcmlrnt Offer. '4 PUBLISHED BY W. J. MURTAGH k CO. OKOKOB U. WBStOK, IJItor. ahonai republican. ' Friday, Anoint 2, 1881. j jsj-No sdvtnSwMnt or notices, XMpt to rtgularsd- vertiscrs, will be ISNrtcd without iwynent to ftdvtac. fgf We were in error, yesterday, in includ ing Mr J. 3. HalsUad, of New Jersey, among the list of removed examiners. 4 ' ,f , . JQ frinoe. Napoleon, accompanied by M. Hercier, the French Minister, Mr. Seward, As tistant Secretary of State, and a portion of his suite, left New York, for this city, on Wednes day afternoon. The party will probably arrive here to-day or to-morrow. , Rvtriat or Wise from Westcrk Viromia. The War Department received the following dispatch yesterday from the army of General BoeeBcranz : 4 August 1. Gen. Cox reached Gaoley bridge on the 29th ultimo. " Wise fled without fighting, destroying th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 2 August 1861

7 ; . ft n !'l 'H I HOUSEorffcEPBESflNTATiyES. Mr. BURNETT culled for the" regular order of business, and im!etd 'upon hit motion. Mr. SEDGWICK, of the Committee on Naval Affairs, reported a bill authorizing an addi tional enlistment' In the nary for three years) or during the war. Failed. y-i Mr. 81 EVENS, of-Commtttee of Wayf and Means, reported 'a bill making an appropria tion f one hundred thousand dollars 'tor field fortification for the defence 'of the pity of Washington. - Pawed. Mr.81'EVEN8,'rom the committee of con ference on the loan bill, repotted, stating that the disagreement of both Houses had been com promised by striking out nine per cent and in serting six. Also, modifying the sub-treasury act, so that, instead of, gold and silver being paid into the treasury aa now required, the money thus derived from the loan may remain in the banks until it shall be drawn out in pur suance of law. ' Mr. F. A. CONKLING inquired whether the committee retained the clause in referen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 2 August 1861

V- Jt t . w. I: AUKY 8TTf PLDCg,' 'Orrict Akmr Clot and urn Eo,mrAoE, Corrur of Jlouard and Mercer etreete, 9 New York, July lli 1861. SlAIiKD PROPOSALS art Invited and will be received at thit office nnUl 12 o'tlock, M.,on Thunday, tha 8th day of Anguit next, when thay Will b publicly opened, for furnishing by contract tht following Artsy BuppUet and Materials, de livered at inch place or placet in the-city of New York m inh hereafter, dealgnated, In quaatMae at required, visi .am - ,800,000 tin canteen, with cork stopper, 8 pint, to weigh 11) ounce without the (topper j to be covered with cloth after ho Impaction hai been made of them. 100,000 eaatMn ttraps. 25,000 camp kettle, sheet iron, 3 tliee, in nest 18J pound. 67,000 met pant, iheet iron, weight 2 pound. 1,70 iron pot with bail. 30,000 felling axet, cut iteel, beat quality, 4,' 6, and 6) pound. 60,000 axe handle, but hickory. 27,000 camp hatchet, cast tteel, bet quality, 18 ounce. 64,000 hatchet handle, best hickory. 27,000...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 3 August 1861

afcfev Cn t "y s wm js (Ma ,m r, Jfri y ,.r THEf NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLI8HKD KVERY MORNING, (flOKDATS EZOKPTin,) 'a Horonih street, near K, opposite the General Pott Office, by w. j. M'uni? Alcfn & do. TEAM A. .i .. i rUloaiJ To city tabNiiben , sjxjuid s quarter ;cn er week, payable tohe,cnzM.3 - To maU .enbtcribrt.thrW'dollara and'flfty' lenta per 'annum, payable) In trffvanes.' ' l' . tr k f. -I IcTo fci fl a 1 htpit NAOTALB KJEPUBUCM: i AN EL9PEMKNT.- - " kb. sJfsu scott rhs Wwirn'iTjniwToir t Jobk Nir "Mak"p8tfrriy otsbBaul intk t st. 0fll' , ;- ', ,; (Trem tii Sttoalt Itoprtjllcaa, SSU ajt On tteStJi.Qf JuiyiMrvlttina Amelia Scott, .he wifpupfojrich merchant in NewiYork city, sloped irjth a .Mr. Newton fit. John, one of the 'ait voune men that abound in.toatmelrorjalifa. Jlhe husband and parents of the lady were al most lranuo ainer aisappearance, and Mew York detectives were dispatched in pursuit of the couple. V i A faw days ago one of the oOcen arrived in tbia city...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 3 August 1861

mmp nw mniii" hi nn i " hi, i s"i ' I i S-jA ruoUcalloii OfflM, eoroM ft Uuliaua "d Ji street D.nol(briaIofrnp'rtonBTniliilrert,oppolw the Genual I"nt Office. PUBLISHED BY W. J. MUKTAQH A CO. OEOKOK at. WESTON, Editor. NATIONAL KEWBLICAN. Saturday, Angu.it 3, 1881. No xtTtrtlMinraU or notion, except to refular & VtrUiers, will be taaerteil without pavmeat In advance WtW The appointment of Hobatt Berrien, Esq., of New York, as Fourth Auditor of the Treasury, has been confirmed by the Senate. Aj? Hon. T. J. D. Fuller, Second Auditor, hai resigned. JQrW. H. Jones, late messenger of the Clerk of the House, has been appointed mes senger of the same gentleman, (Col. Forney,) now Clerk of the Senate,. JsWe are indebted to Taylor- Maury for the July number of the always welcome Blackwood. " Captain 0. V. Fox, chief clerk of the Navy Department, has been appointed Assist ant Secretary of the Navy, under the new law. Thomas A. Scott, Esq., military superintend ent of railroads for Governm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 3 August 1861

.? I 7 i 3 i NEWS ITEKS. War influences continue to retard foreign immigration. The arrivals at Now York, last week were but 1,072, making a total of 49,471 from January 1st; a falling off of 11,000 com pared with the corresponding season lust year. It is stated that whin the nomination of tlio Hon. Rnfus King si a brigadier general is con firmed, he will at once resign his commission o9 minister .to Borne, leaving tht office vacant. The Chicago Evening Journal states that the wheat vrorS in Illinois, though not equal to that of last year is greatly in excess of that of sev eral years. Mr. C. M. Carter, who came in the overland coach from Ban Francisco, reached this city iu nineteen days, believed to be the shortest trip ever made. He reached St. Joseph, Mo., in seventeen days. ' Oh 8uhdat. The New York twelfth regi ment left New York on Sunday, went into Vir ginia on Sunday, crossed over again on San day, moved to Hagcrstown on Sunday, marched to Banker Httl on Sunday, moved to Cha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 3 August 1861

' '1 I ; i ii ' NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. OFFICIAL LXW3 OP TUB UNITED STATES Patted at the first Settion of thi Thirty-seventh Conareti. IPmlio No. 23 AN ACT authorizing the appointment of an Assistant Secretary of the Nay, and fixing the salary of the seme, and for other pur- COMt.i U Be it enacted by tie Senate and "B)oiutof McprestntativS of tne unitea otaies pj America in Congress assembled, That the" Presidential! appoint, in the Department of the-. Secretary of the Navy, by and with the advice and content of the Senate, a competent person, who shall be called the Assistant Secretary of the Navy, whose salary shall be. four thousand dollars. payable in the same manner as the salary of the Secretary of the Navywho shall perform all such duties In the office of the Secrets of nary, Belonging to tbat Department, as shall be prescribed by the Secretary of the Nary, or at may be required .by law. and who shall act. at Secretary of the Nary in the ab sence of that officer. Sec. 2. And be ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 August 1861

i ,' THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN 13 PUBLISHED KVEKY MORNING, (SUNDATS EXOCFTEU,) tio Hert-nth street, near K, opposite tbo Gcnoral r j s - RATES OF ADVERTISING. One Square, three days $1.00 One square, foar dayi r...7...;..)- ills One square, fire days jjjg One square, pixdayt 1,5 One square, two weeks 2,75 One square, three weeks 3J6O One square, one month 4,00 One square, throe months 10.00 One sqnare, six months 16.00 One sqnare, one year 30.00 Every cither day advertisements, fifty per cent, additional ; once a week advertisements charged as new Tor each Insertion. Inserted only, owje, Jen cent! a llnc.E . Advertisements Inserted inside, 331 per cent, advance. Ten lines or less constitute a sqnare. f?s:r o o ; r evmemm ite Post Office, by W. J. MURTAGH A 00. O1 TERMS. To clijr iiibserlben lb and a quarter cent per week, payable to the carrier!. To mall subscribers, three dollar! and flftj oents per annum, payable In advance. Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D. C, MONDAY, AUGUST 5, 1861. No. 212....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 August 1861

A , ; a i ! I a 01 '5 v u i ll fa p i h Publication Office, corner of Inauina avenue ar-4 Socond (t,Kl Depot for aale r papers on BoTeoUi ilreet, oppoilw the Oeneraf roet Office. PUBLISHED BY W. J. MURTAGH & CO. (lEOnnE M. WESTON, Editor NATIONAL JIEPUBLIOAN. Monday, August 6. 1861. 3-Ko adwti.'U""" or notice, except to regular ad verfcierl, will be roaerled without payment In advance 19 See first and fourth pages, for interest ing miscellaneous matter. J9" Congress adjourns at noon to morrow. 19 Gen. Butler arrived here on Saturday, from Fortress Monroe. 19 Lager beer is not allowed to be carried over the Long Bridge. 19 Secretary Cameron is expected homo to morrow. 19" Mr. Corbin has offered the Government the gratuitous use of a square of land near the railroad depot, for the deposit of munitions of war. 19 Washington is as quiet as a country Tillage, under the new regulations of Gen. McClellan. After 9 o'clock in the evening, not a soldier is to be seen iu the streets. 19 On...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 August 1861

PR0CEEDING3 OP THE SANITARY COMMISSION. Tho Sanitary Commission line closed its third session, nnd the following is an account of its recent proceeding : Immediately after tlie battlo of Dull Hun the agents of the Commission at Washington were engaged, under the direction of Doctor Harris, in visitingWhe wounded, and administering, as far as possible, to their wants. Surgical dressers, nurses, and various needed articles, not available in Washington, were at once ordered by telegraph, and supplied as soon as possible from other cities. An unsuccessful .attempt was made to penetrate the enemy's lines, and carry aid to the wounded on the field of battle. The Bev. C. L. Brace, of New l ork, took a prominent part in thes'e labors. Mr. Olmsted, the secretary, being at the time engaged in his duties at the Central Park in New York, on being apprised, by telegraph, of of severe engagement, at once took measures to procure and send forward such articles as were likely to be wanted in large ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 5 August 1861

NATIONAL MPUBLICAN. APTEP. THE BATTLE. The dromi ate aio all muffled ; the buglers aro still; There'i a pause In the valley it halt on the bill: And bear-ra of standards swerve back with a thrill, Where sheaves of the dead bar the way ; For a great field Is reaped, Heaven's garners to fill, And stern Death holds his harvest to-day. There's a voice in the wind like a spirit's low cry 'Tis the muster-roll sounding and who shall reply? Fot those whose wan faces glare white to the sky, With eyes fixed so steadfast and dimly, As tbcy wait that last tramp which they may not delay , Whose hands clutch the sword-hilt so grind) The brave heads, late lifted, arc solemnly bowed, And the riderless chargers stand quivering and cowed, As the bnrlal requiem Is chanted aloud, The groans of the death-stricken drowning ; While Victory looks on like a queen, pale and proud, Who awaits till the morrow her crowning There Is no mocking blazon, as clay sinks to clay; The vainpomp9 of the peacn time are al...

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