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Rinenino Fruit. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 October 1830

Rinoiina Fruit. Slates have recently been employed «n| France for hastening the ripening of '™'£| The eff i-t was first observed on a slate '?*'»? since which the slates have been placed oe-J neath the fruit on walls. ? I

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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SYDNEY NEWS. To the Editor of the Sydney Monitor. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 October 1830

SYDNEY NEWS. (From tiieMonitok.) V To tht Editor *f tfie Sydney Monitor. M Mr. Editor.— The pitiable cait of J, B.a I debtor now in Sydney Gaol, affords a vtrr I striking instance of the ruinous comequeuwi I of law expences ; and if you think that jf« I appearance in your paper will in any measure I operate as a check ta a propensity so mischief. ? ousin its effects, y«u will confer a favour oa I the writer by giving it publicity. Thr case is I briefly this :— J. B. was sued in the Supreme I Court nn a nrntnimuirv nAfo t\f hanA fa* /-in SSI 2s. Od. currency. The cate being undefended, ? judgment was entered against him for the ? amount, with costs. J. B. immediately after- ? wards paid plaintiff's attorney £20.an account, ? which sum plaintiff and attorney divided ? between thrm, promising to allow J. U. three m months for the pttytneut of the balance, ii\. I' sterling ; but within two months afterwards ?! J. B. was arrested for it and lodged in gnol. I; Thus we see, Mr. Editor, the...

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To the Editor of the Sydney Monitor. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 October 1830

To the Editor of the Sydney Monitor. sir, , | It is with no lass surprise than indignation,! that ( have learnt of the capture yesterday oil your assigned servant, Tyler, by the mvranj duns of the magistracy. The simple folks at the town do not understand who has auilwrj ised this most ungracious act. It was im^iuea that the magistrates had received a tufficienj admenition from the Judges io their (oimfj attempt to filch your servants, to prewnt Infill PV»r aiMoatino- vnn acrain- Ifi It that tltfjfj have got a new light in consequence of th«J Attorney General's irregular application m the Supreme Court on Wednesday last ! Ordfl they imagine that they can dragoon tlisj Judges into a new opinion, in consequence m some information said to have been receivria fr«m home? The- public I assure you I?* with much confidence to the firmness ot («? Judges. The late King's boast that he MB rendered the fudges in England independe« of the Crown, is at this moment felt in M force. I consider this...

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(FROM THE AUSTRALIAN.) [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 October 1830

fPllOH THE AuSTRALfAN.) A Short time a^o, Donohoe, Walmsley, and Webber, met a messenger belonging to a road or iron gang, al the Lower Branch of the Hawkfsbury, as he was proceeding from one gang to another, on duty, carrying a new blanket and a cake with him from place to place, for safety. Walmsley accosted him 'Ah, Tom Taylor! is that you? We must have yoar cake at any rate, but as you are my shipmate, we want take your blanket, as they might send you to a penal settlement for selling it.' Tom Taylor is not only a ship mate, but comes from the same part of Eng land u- John Walmsley. Thin took place be yond Wiseman's, on the Great North Road to Maitland, about the twelve mile hollow. They have crossed twice recently at Singleton's Mill, on the Hawkesbury, and there is good rea.son to sutpect they are the men who rob bed Mr. Chandler. They confess they have been very much harrassed lately ; they do not re main long in one place. They have committed two robberies in the Seven Hills...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 October 1830

Subscribers to th« Launtetton Kdvtrttzer aril respectfully informed, lhat all P'''! will be charged for this paper up to W| expiration of the pas'ing, quarter ; ana| that nil notices to discontinue must be u» companied with all the arxews, or W| paper will bV sent and chtrgedfor unUI| fully P'i'' .... DeJ The Quarter Days are-September 30th. 'e I cember 31st, foarch 31st, and Juw*»i| respectively. .,1 The Terms are as follow :-On'«^j[)' 'I fi|JJ| in advance 10s. ; if uaid at the «d« J £? Quarter 13s. All Subscribers who pay W| inserting their Advertisements J I oi -J» ? times, will be entitled to 2 ?««tl»'X| Us, for the fir,t 8 lines 3s. 6 «, and ? each line respectively beyond 8, hechai£J is 3d. per line ; to .Nonsub.cnbe « «s. - ? the first 8 lines, and 3d, per lio« «or I above that number. ?? All manuscript Advertisements will °e ? tinned until countermanded,. 'X^J number of insertions are »ar ked the i» ? ? or unless they would be out ol an ? contiuued. ..-nitl All Advertisement...

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POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 October 1830

.. POLICE. Mrs. Eliza Fittallen, was bound to the peace for assaulting Constable Charles Smith. On Sunday night late, Mr, William Field mid one of his sons, were taken into Custody, and committed to gaol. Various rumours are afloat, one of whicb States that he must eventually be acquitted. Particulars if possible, iu our next. We perceive that there is a Government Order published in last week's Gazette, pro claiming martial law against the Aborigines.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 October 1830

fcJA^Jbis Bf_ AUCTION. ''T*Y MB. 'RICHARD WHITE. At the Launceston Hotel, on Wednesday, the 13th, at 12 o'clock noon. THli following choice, well-bred HORSES, lately imported from Sydney, in the ' Queen Charlotte' :— PLOUGHB0Y. Three years old, bred by John Aplet, Rich mond, got by CLYDESDALE, an imported Waggon Horse., from Scotland, Dam by PER CY, warranted a most excellent Draught Horse, and particularly gentle. POPPET. A Brown Mare, S years old, got by NELSON, out ot CHAMPION Mare, warrauted good in harness. BLOSSOM. A Bay Mare, 3 years old, got by PERCY, out of s HBCTOH Mare, bred by William Hill, warranted in foal to SYNTAX. PLANET. A Bay Gelding, 3 yean old, good for Sad dle or Harness, got by Kennedy's HECTOR, Dam, own sister to the celebrated Race-Horse ptnn a. uiii CAMERT0N. Four years old, got by the English Horse BAY CAMBRTON, out of a REGENT Mare, perfectly quiet either to ride or in harness. BEADTY. Seven years old, cream colored Mare, will carry well, but has never be...

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GOVERNMENT ORDER. No. 11. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. 22. 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 October 1830

GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. 22. 1830. THE Community being called upon to act en masse on ibt 7rtOn. next, for the purpose of capturing those hostile tribes of the Natives which are daily committing renewed atrocities upon the Settlers : the following outline of the arrange ments which the Lieutenant Governor has   determined upon, is published, in order that   every person may know the principle on which he is required to act, and the part which be is to take individually in this important trans   action.           2. Active operations will at first be chiefly directed against the Tribes which occupy the country South of a line drawn from Waterloo Point East, to Lake Echo, West, including the Hobart, Richmond, New Norfolk, Clyde, and Oatlands Police Districts, -at least, with in this country, the Military will be mainly employed, the capture of the Oyster ...

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 October 1830

rsiinp ^ijfc®rJB^S5# 1 ARKIVED. I On -h*- fitb,— Th i5.itii'' Fanny, — - — — — I Jp«-.»bs, V«r»r, from Circular Head, in bal I last- s*,,,™. I *-.. t' ?« tnth. -Tl»- schooner Prfn«, **?£'«: I » ii. * . 1 « « »r, for -Mrthart T-»wn. with 1000 I i iV * ? -??? 'W() .*-? of tar|«y» I(W( ? j., «r~»i... mil 15 bwlesof woof I Ve- -i-= HKWAtmiNo ftBe fl*nnowH. I Uri*- KViabeth and Quee., Charlotte : anrf P Bri. ..-.or- Henry, and Resolution, aud cutter I Ib''*' A „„,„.„ JS Hob»RT Tbwn. I o— iind.v.-Thp Hri* w,.llin*t.».«, Capt. I u ins ii f.nm Pin de Janeiro the 25tn July, I v p. cere of Tolmcro and W!«e. PasBen ! . . V nnd M s. B«rk and 4 .htldren. j Viw* v.«TthH, and. Atiraham Hroirn. This ! ; v *ispl m«i e the bin 'ion from H-»bart Town, j „.. i 3mh ??'? bound to th- Me of France, i . ,, o' ?««»?!' 8o-i«h B«»t of -thF'«. 'V. r-ioe- I 0. -h 4th— Th*flovt.ttr1gPrlnrM,'*P'»ld, f,or M .m ? Mm-\ and Spring Uay. wlih a car- j co i.i fin-mood. Passengers fr-»m Maria Island, _-Mi. and Mr*. Canda...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 October 1830

I SALifcS tttf_ AUCTION.1 I BY MR. RICHARD WHITE. ? At th Launreston BetH, ou Wednesday, the ? iS's at HoVlork noon. TM K following choice, well-bred HORSES, lately imported from ?Sidney, iu the *» Q,u«en CWfo'lr' :_ ? PLOUGH8OY. ? Threp years old. bred by John Aplet,Rfrh ?ipond. got by CLYDE- DA LH, an imported ?Vtaggmi Hor«e, from inland, Dam by -'ER- ?GV, » Mrranted h most excellent Draught Horse, ?tnc particularly gentle; ? POPPBT^ ? A Brown Mare, 5 ypurs old, got by NELSON. ?jotolCHVtf.lOlS Mare, warranted go^d in ?lan.esB. ? BLOSSOM. ? A Kay Mar*. 3 years old, sot by PERCY, Bnt ? HBCTO.. Mare, bre.i by William Will, warranted in foal to SYM'AX. ? PLAXKT. ? A Bay Gelding. 3 yean old, good for Sad I' oi H.iMiPBb, ^oi by Ken.edy's tiEc OR, ) ' . own siiter to the celebrated Hace-Horse i RAICH. CAMERTON. Four ypars old, ,$«it by the English Horsp I Y (AMEB fO\, out ol a REG*' I1 Mare, er rtlt quiet either to ride or in harnesi. BEAUTY. Sew yearo old, cr.-am colored Mare, will a- y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 October 1830

I I mrnca. n ? J. sed in th* fron pgp, at the Heps* II d B inri Jock«\v, on TnfFflm , (i,. morn.*) wll net Rre» Ilikr v:--\f. ''y having been disposed of by '') ' ? priv»«* b*rj5« a. -e- ? r A. CAARLTON. ' *?- m Lnnnr^ton« ? , f in- ? or J»-r 9 h 1RS0. ?l«u ' I 'A V utility, less t-:,.n 25 tons, ef 'ur ? w|',i:if, may t-l-Bdutihp u h rf by applying '^ I t0 A CHMILTON. ' I f l.:f» '*-»»»-'?. October gtf., IH.30. ',,;'* I W|7'-AN-r D 'roan and his wife, ,vi' I ™'.Jot«'e rbarg«*of Djtv.— p :Mlie r „!,.? ?? . i«.-«- ? ♦-- VIl.rtB ? ???.?' ' ' ? '? id in. '1iV1Jj -u. .i ltiv. »,.... *., ,,v Lou!, JL Jam Hill Sear: — «!'d ' i hi w »ln in th* cars, branded A Vi - ??''! on tli'' »ff hip, with bu I mil by her side, no ''Co- brand, i Miat | iiivck «Med,-'.ftw, white hark, holly, and 11 '''t tnit, *('? »'k''d -iicv, branded ' D ?-?- the ne»r i»«ile iMg!.: .T~t4Mi thp. oflffap, with butt ralf by. ill. ml Iier-i'p. ? «*n*i-1. ' ' ' one i y' «'?''« heifer*, bl -ik sides, white ''''^ t-;,rk - «Ht ...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. OCTOBER 11, 1830 [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 October 1830

L.U^CESTON ADPRit'VlitJSH, OCiOliBH 11, 1830. 'II i« tlf pnHic duty of a Journalist to dispul -'«-»'»»»? ^?t ?] fb» AiBi'Wit* of t).i» duty lie raiwt not expect t - tint Ml mid ii-i-fr'tlr A*a -no tin- wroV» of tliow wii . .. ? luiete* .;d fcn.-p.vaui.tihe *(i» of truth .rein oonfiraitiag «»d iU.M- : yttiaf their ji war.' I W h ve a'ways»ad hrt best possible opiiion of the pre^m Administration, ?iid ulth--u- w- Save some 'iin 'sve.i lured t ?? ** « ff-.v words by way of reminding tjij. rJXMHitive.jtlutt our 'town was not ouglit lo toe, we never «»r u utJiuent be lif cd uny --tlt(-r ti.an thai m ten ral m c ers the measures of tiie present Gov '??' ins in were wisely pla-iue ! aud -vhi- nil ted. »jur opiiiioni in this respect luvt? -ttt'\ borieou most fully in wb*t hut b i) tid Wai is .-bout to b° dotte w.;h r i d w t e Av'oriirint's of Van Die (i?iin 1- Hid. wi-- ?- «tr c ie^opoB t1)eiiHoflTo'd- ia While Jong loudly cal!'d f-r relribu ti it. Bu t ' mor-' we have reflected u on 1 -;s...

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LONG STORES. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 October 1830

LONO STORIES. Caw. Si—, of the - — regiment, during' the American war, was notorious for a pro-' Density, not to story-telling, but to telliiie long ttorleg, which he used to indulgence i-r defiance of time and place, often to the grent annoyance of his immediate companions ; but' he was so good-humoured witrml, that they' were loth to check him abrupt ly or harshly. An opportunity occurred of giving him a hint, which had the desired eflerl. He whs a mem her of a coiirtma'rtial assspmbled fur thp trial of a prlvatr of .the regi.'-it-nt. The man bore a very good character in epnral, the' offence he had committed' was flight, and the court was rather at a loss what punishment to award, for it wasa requisite to awardi-nth-, as the man had been found guilty. Whil' thny were de libcratiug on this, Major, — — ; now General Sir, — ^-, suddenly tnrnine to the president, said, in his dry manner, *' Suppose we sen tences him to hear two of Captain S— — 's long stories.' HINTS FOR THE ECONOMY ...

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Extract of a Prinace, Letter dated Gracesend. May 15th.1830. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 October 1830

Extract of a Priva' leiL-r^datti Ormteund, Miv 15* A. 1830. Well informed people speak ofthe King ? illness '8 likely to bn faial. bui think shoul' Such be thH*a»e, tht- confidence in the mint - trv and stale of uuli'tcn ?« ««-:?», 'hat little ai teiiiir.n wi'l t«k» pi'1* »-iihiT in ihf funds, t o(«m thiu«». W' look for y«rs of pea- « but fm my pan «m loubtful how far th u ill he i-l; prosjieiily ; the dehl nppearii I hatig Mich a (fend w«-igh' «* (..«ver»|i'.vf -' iinn.i I ??»?? ^ ''?*'; 'hi* -i' mint remniu un ta«uutioulik« au ovmIbUwi Umt should »uak«: i- off', and the eflnrf that Wftofd be required to -- that, wo'itd da r- in destroy fvnry th' g. I young rouniM has greai adfantaget, litit peonle uho hav» never stirr-d from their tiie. -idev can hnrdlv brlii'vi, in ' r-m, the\ h'nk h.mr be-' with - its -? ? 1 1 '^ ' nil ' I ie ft h mtiili the sHmeall the world oVei : wi.sh.tg you may prosper io youri, I remain 'Mr, Yuur very obedient Servant. ? * ? From tfo Uokart T -tun Cnurftr....

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CANADA AND THE CANADIANS. B AN AME CAN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 October 1830

CANADA AND THE CANADIANS. B AN AMI! CAN. Tu almost every house {?'? Lower .Canada, there is uu rrreii out of door*,' built very rudely ol' stone, a,ai cover, dwitb a -arj;e pie-?e ol' baiJ-. Wben a! Ca- adian (;pts a little b^iOK'l-and,»p that lie is abl-' to i.r. ? s ow- luiiee aiid carriole, he notches ttte Iou otttin ©fan . gie'bo.i tne ro .ftil his bouse, and ii i 01 in a littie moie, he lipfche,* the next tier ab ve, and .,.. by the* rnan'- stations, th«' tiu. . iir is ab.e to disti'j.LUSb the 'afferent grade*.! oi .??ln,ity.- -ifa inn,; lia' a cpnum»,oii inlne nail,' itii, i.e na a ..ol'1 about twenty leel high, raised' near uis iiouse. Thv wfan»i -lmss of l.i ? Ca a'J)-' a.. ,s a sort of great o a- which falls a little briow! the » «'«, and ituttoiis before, with a sasli round th' waist; Fi*e-) to the top oi tlii' gnat coat is a! h aa-p ecc. .iiiilar to th isp on our old faaiiipued reii cloaks, wuich it made ol' two square piece's of ck'tu, -d (oat when i\ fails on the back, ...

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STORY ON A MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 October 1830

CTAKY. OK A MARCH. An officer in India, whose .sock of table* linen had »eea completely exhausted during the campaign,— either bj wear or tear or ac cident,— had a few friends to dine with him. The dinner being' announced to ih*- pat -y, seated in the ^//reiccdrawin^roomofacamp, the table appeared sprcHd with ea'tibies, but without the usual cqveiina of a cloth. The master, who, perhaps, gate nimftell nutiil'lc trouble about these matters, or »ho piibably rvlieH upon h-* servant's capacity m tV art of borrowing, o-, at all events, on hiaingenq ly on framing an excuse, inquired, with an ttnury1 voice, why thprp wai- no tabl?-ciotli. Th-- answ«r vas, *' Massa notgot; wUh which reply., after apologizing to his pue st», he was compelled, for the pr^wtii, to fm i up. The n^jft morning he calif d hi* servant, and rated him Koundly, and perhaps bear bim, (forl lament to say that this was too much the prac tice with European mastvrs in India,) Ipr ex posing his poverty to the company ; d* s...

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DRAMATIC POACHER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 October 1830

DRAMATIC FOACHGK. A poor strolling- player waB once cataebti perfpmtqg the jiart of a soacher, and being! takea before thp i^agistratei, aifiwmbled at %?. qijarjer sessions for - xamination, ot.pof them' asked him what rigbi he had to kill a hare, when he replied in the followiiijr, paraifly on irutus* speech to the Romans in defence of .lllinff Catsar ;— 'Britons, hungrymtn, and epicures, hoar me for my cause, and be silent that you may hear, believe me for my honoir, and have respect f»r mine honour that you may believe, censura me in your wisdom, and awake your sens, s that you may Ue »be better judg.s. Ji there be any in this ai.tmbly^n, «eat fri.ud of this haye, to htm r«ay- that a poacher's love for hare,_ was no less than hisv.if 1i}*m that ir]ti'44ti--iitt|iidtvhy apoaciii'i ruse against a hare,1 this is my ftrtiwer, not that I loved hare less, but that! Inveil eatitiR more; had you rather than this hare wove liv';^ that! died quite starving1; thnn that thishnre were dead th...

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[?]QUARTER SRSEONS [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 October 1830

COURT OF QUARTER SESSIONS     A chairman has been at length appointed, but of little avail. On Monday last this said Court was opened, and people summoned to attend for the fourth time, it having been ad- journed so often before, and strange to say again adjourned till Tuesday, regardless of   the injury then inflicted upon all persons sum- moned to attend, some from 30 to 40 miles.   On Tuesday the Court met and for the fifth   time, it was adjourned, why is this? why are the people to be thus played with? why   if the old chairman and Magistrates were not   ready, why we say, did they not publish a notice to that effect? no! no! some people   take a great pleasure to keep a body of per- sons waiting in suspense, regardless of their feelings, of their loss of time, and of the pub- lic loss, which must eventually be great where, so much labor is hourly required, so few workmen, an...

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SHIP NEWS. Na arrivals this week. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 October 1830

83123? :8$^L StS^S^ No arrivals this week. Sailed. On Thursday,— The cutter Fanny, John Jamba, vaster, for Circular Head, with *7 imks of wheat* 16 do. of bran, 2 casks of bn'f, and 45 weiht-rs, consigned to Edward Curr, Esq. N« pussnigers. On Friday,— The brig Elizabeth, Oliver Sw,n, Ksu, Master, for Hobart Tewn, with 2456 bushels of wheat, to ? Walker, 132 do. do. to ? l.uthman, 1 case to order, 47 bales of wool, to J. Kirr, 70 tons of salt, to W. Wilson, 25 ox hides, to order, 24 bales of wool, to do., 754 bushels of wheat, to do., 4 casks, and 1 hamper wine, to d»., and sun drif-, to order. No passengers. Vt-SILS REMAINING IN THE HARBOUR. Barque Nimrud I; .brie Queen Charlotte; schooner* Resolotion and Henry. .-AILED FROM HOBA.RT ToWW. On the 10th, -The barque Henry, Capt. Bunrier, for Sydney, with pert of her import cuno,and the following shipped her*-,- 1 bale, 5 rt-es slops, linens and bonnets, 16 bags of potators by Dawn and Hewitt ; 10 tons oil by J. Kerr ; 45 casks oil, 74...

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CHARITABLE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 October 1830

CHARITABLE SOCIETY. .Resolved, at a meeting, beld at the Waterloo Tavern, Charles-street, Latin* oeston, on ihe twenty-tfahtf day of Sep tember, 1830: I. That eyery pereoB who will sub scribe the amount of two shillings and sixpence monthly, be considered a Menir her, and be thereby entitled to sit at every meeting of the Committee. II. That each Subscriber do use his utmost endeavours with his friaiida and acquaintance, to enrol as many Members as they possibly can, in order to aid the lands of the Society. Ill Thnt a book be kept, and that the names of persons who maybe deemed objects of charity, by any two or more Members, be entered at their desire, and that no relief be given until a Full Meet S¥ °.f Subscribers has been called, which Meeting failing, any two Members of the Committee may authorise the disposal of Ksr;.rateofKUefonihBfi^ ?hall be mstde Available to the liberation of any debtors from Gaol who are con fined for small sums, provided any two or m re of the Subscribe...

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