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INSOLVENCY. SURRENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 March 1862

I .INSOLVENCY. ' 1 ii February 26th.-JüdwarU Clareuce Laman,w Sof. Grafton, builder and auctioneer. Liabili-k Itiea-secured, £70 ¡ total, £386.63. Assola | ! -available for unsecured creditors, £175.;i ïtotal, £245. Deficit, £ML 6tf3feMr. -Pony,! i official-assignee. '. f? j Marchi 5th.-Thomas . Bayyden^ publican I ' ! and storekeeper, Lawrence, ^surrendered his I M estate tó-day, for the benefit oY-his creditors ; 1 land was allowed one month tb prepare hisfj 'gschedule. i

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POET'S CORNER. AN APPEAL TO BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 March 1862

POÈT'S CO It \ JG lt. , AN APPEAL TO BRITAIN. .Britain awafee! tJio hour at tait is come ,v ? .When thou must pcrLdi or arise in might ; . v '; Hie clouds «prend o'er thee, jot way pass away,' ¡.vLike vapours 'neath tile suiibtem« golden light ; Their light speeds onwards, so may raya of truth Erelong illumine all tho'fri» and brave¡ ? Still Urquhart's goniua and his moral worth, "&Our Inna from downfall and from woo may save. . For he hath dared the TUAITOH to unveil With all hts. craft-each perfidy, eaoh wilo vAnd the loud shout of scorn shall soon resound . Like thunders pealing through our northern isle, Wbioh far will coho in tho gorgeous cast,- .. . Through mighty Russia, o'er tli3 Atlantic's foam, Into tho great republic of the west, ' And in each blest and lovely alpine homo. But, oh ! let not'that indignation be . The angry feeling of a wrathful liour.^ But calm, majestic, and denouncing vice Through every country with prophetio power j ; ' Butjn íttatjrflmo with wh...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 March 1862

BIRTH.             WILLIS—On the 10th instant, at her residence, Grafton, Mrs. Reuben Willis, of a son.                

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EUROPEAN NEWS. VIA MAURITIUS. (FROM THE HERALD'S CORRESPONDENT.) Melbourne, Thursday, 10 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 March 1862

I EUROPEAN NEWS. I VIA MAURITIUS-. : :| * (FROM THE HERALD S CORRESPONDENT.) | I Melbourne, Thursday, 10 a.m. I fl TUE barque Thomas Brown, from the Mauri-l I , tiiïs, arrived af the Hcads at 8 a.'in; '?'Nowss t from En$an4ïp>Decëinber26th.. ' ' S I vPrin^e"llbWdied on 14th December, of] I typhus-fever,-at Windsor Castle. | ! Tho Governor.of the Mauritius has re-j I ceived instructions to prepare for war. Wari 5 had uot beon declared by England up to the! * 26th December last, but active preparations j I wore being made. .. . f i The December Mauritius mail arrived, viaj 1 Marseilles and Southampton, on tho 5th and j I 11th February, most punctually. The year] I has clostfd upon U3 in gloom and ' sorrow.j i The Prince Consort is dead, and tho nation j is gathering up all its energies for a tremóu-5 I dous struggle and bloody war with Norfclu í America, should the misguided Cabinet of] J Washington, mob-swayed and insolent, not \ repent of its outrage in time. I I I wiil first det...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 March 1862

oftSION TOJTHEJROÄDWATER. VOLUNTEER PRIZE SHOOTING-. ST. PATRICK'S DAT. npHE C. and R. R. S. N. * *? COMPANY having kindly .'given the use of the -.../,;??.. v;: / J G R A F T O N£ / /, -.. steamship, for the BENEHTyM the 'GRAFTON - HOSPITA-X/'FUND; .An EXCURSION to the Broadwater will - take place ? -On MONDAY next, MARCH 17th, Starting from Hitchins' wharf, North ÍGrafton, punctually at 8 in the morning j sand returning 'from thc Broadwater at -five in the evening, calling at South Graf- ton, Ulmarra;1 and Lawreneetown. '. . '' /TICKETS': ? ... , ?\-;fft.::.¡ ? /: . ? s.- tl. Single ' .. .. .. 3 '0 Double/for lady & gentleman. 5 .. O' Children .1 6 - , To be had at Messrs. HITCHINS, 'ZIMMLER, and PAGE. A Band may be expected llroin Sydney. ' Refreshments'may be 'obtained, oh the ¡ground. . 171 Australian Joint Stock Bank. HVTOTICE is hereby given, that interest I 4-1 is allowed by this Bank on fixed de: íposits, .namely : On .deposits'for 13, mc*ths,¿4,pj¡]^ni¿ ' .On depos...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 March 1862

- Mil«' ru*"L»')'j fl° " ?>ß,,fly 23 nubï ^(ítí.ii :. ? i.piplJ^iijApTiftge'lio^i, l ..?.ooec ehiitnev,^ i t t í o itoÁtjrijls^ulnims oil.^l ca k Í ca>j t i "fi t libara iron,' XStbundle brooms,1! c-i¿¿, J t?-t'.*S>,\T.fi. IskaodfelicttW'cheese, 1 capo pickle^ t-i . : ^XitSts« ^fiíícb,^- 'cornsliKllet-a, 1 bun ' ... i ,. líense, 1-keg, 1 tin hose, 1 truss,? tfalo : doth, ,rfrBWj-:Í9.¿feffl| la^sugar^^yier" ' «u.t aie' tf tr Wt ih . « i " I'm I lil. ui u , \t I ir o iKiiwi, ! »parter :.. it v: i u muts sugnr.j . i" ?.«6k . ; .?..CAW nuiulnoä^ 2 cases pickles,? ?y. . .-31 lobster, ' L; Laweiithal ; ' 1 half cliesfl i A' - i barloy, 2 lots bogs, D. Camoron j 1 ;case8 Hvi. J Kig bags, J. Multitude; J. lot bugs, 1 case, If; IKUTÚÍ. i . iso salad oil, 1 cass sundries, 3 kegs nails, 15 ??».!> pn-.Ht. A. Cameron; 1 bale leather, J. E. Chap-* 'nr.il : i ense malohes, 4 kegs nails, I bundle- broom?,« ,'. |jprtobacco, 1 bag sundries, J- M'Faddonj lil 'd, A. Hyde ¡ 2 package! bedste...

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IMPORTANT NEWS TO THE 16TH DECEMBER, VIA SAN FRANCISCO. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 March 1862

I IMPORTANT NE A'S TO THE Í6TH |DE0EMBER, VIA SAN FRANCISCO. - . ÍTHE Bhip. Sarali Chime, arrived to-day, from San Francisco, and brings dates from there to December 21st. ,Thè San Francisco Herald of that dateras* by overland telegraph, dates from St.' Louis to December 16. Tho Cabinet and people of Washington; are defiant to the kat degree, !?? but the i President favours a conciliatory course with I Eagland. I A great fire'had occured at Charlestown, I - which had laid one half of. that city in ruins, i Tba Catholic" cathedral was. destroyed. . Tho I fire is attributed to incendiarism.-.? f Further intelligence with rcspoct to tho de I etructive fire in Charleston, South Carolina, I . confirms that already received. Tho conflagra f tion was the largest over known onthe Ame V rican continent. Tho offices of tho Charleston I "\Mercury and Courier were both destroyed, ¡i ? Tho telegram further says :-" It is very i evident that a great bat'tlo is impending be 1 tween tho two armies ...

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ULMARRA. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 March 1862

I UJLMAilít.4. ' I 1 [l'ROJl OUR. cblinESPÖNDENT.] I IÍNATIONAL ScnooL.-^t a* meeting held on| jaTuesday evening Inst, in the National School| |}Roóm, Mr. AV. Leeson was elected á LocalJ Patron, iu place of Mr. W. C. Huglies, rc-s sjgncd, and who left by tho last steamer for* Syjdiîeyy Wo cannot, but hope that Mr.j HuçhmSnay bo successful in .the object of J hfä^hläsion, for his energy and perseverance] has^álfeiysbeen such, for the general good,| that heNvould bo a loss indued to the district! that would not be easily replaced. - | NEW. WESLEYAN CHURCH.-This recent] erection, was opened for religious worship on] Sunday last. It is a neat and tasteful build-? ing, very comfortably seated,-a credit toi the members of the Church, and an oma-! ment to the parish. The services which were] Kconductéd by the Rev. W. Fidler, were in-i fftercsting andsinstructive : tho attendance* If Rood, and the ""collections at the close liberal.! Blt was^nnoiunced that on Gow Friday, al Sj tea partpiwou...

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QUEENSLAND. (From the papers.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 March 1862

i Wu BENSLAND. I {From ile papers) ; g Captain Towns lins, presented the congre * gation of the Episcopalian Church, Brisbane, g with a turret bell, the want of which has been S apparent for some time past. I Tho convict Shapland, coudeinned to death I for the murder of John'Brown, innkeeper, s at Macintyre Brooke, has had his sentence I commuted to fifteen years' imprisonment with i hurd labour. I Mr. O'shanassy, the Colonial Secretary I of Victoria, has notified to the Queensland I Government that the Victorian Government I deem it unnecessary to take any action with . i regard to the wreck of the Firefly. \ I A prospectus of a periodical to be called I the Queensland Punch, and to be published1 I in Brisbane, has been .issued. The price of lithe new periodical is to .. be one shilling a I number. . The signature affixed to the pro3 ! pectus-is that of a Mr. Gerald Griffin, i .BRUTAL OUTRAGE AT DURUNDER, EE jljsULTTNü IN THE DEATH OF A FEMALE.-On ^Tuesday last -information was rec...

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SYDNEY. (From the Herald and Empire.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 March 1862

! SYDNEY. . i I (From the IÙrald\and Empire.) I I THE DEATH OF PRINCE ALBERT.-0n| ^Sabbath last tho death of the Prince Consórtg 'formed tho subject pf discourse in many of 3 'the churches in Sydney, and several of 'thea ¡pulpits were draped for; tho occasion.! ÍThroughout the day. toö, several\of the'bolls| 'Bounded muffled peals. l-iV-V- . | j DISGRACEFUL OUTRAGE ?'ok CHINESE.-| ¡Last Friday night (savs the Godden Affe), a| [large number .of .Chineso, many of thom* ¡carrying ponderous swags, and others, ,who,f ¡perhaps were better able to pay fortheirluxiiry,| [following a dray upon which wero.piled their| [kits, arrived in Queanbeyan, and camped for| (tho night at tho foot of the Big Hill, on the! ?Bungendore Hoad. Late in the evening, the« .unoffending creatures were,^attackod by as ¡mob of cowardly men oud'boys,^who assailed| ithem with sticks and stones, and beat themá in a most unmerciful manner, for no other! reason than they were Chinese. Several of| them,wero bruised and e...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DURING TEE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 March 1862

1A.BSTRA.CT OP SALES BY AUCTION DUR-1 fj . , : : . INO- TEE WEEK. | IMB. HENRY ALDERTON.-At tho Royal Hotel J äj tins duv, nt. ll o'clock, Booth at. tho Broadwater.Û fflMR. HENRY M fURiqE.-\At his Rooms,§ W Prinoe-strccr, on Tlitirgdayjfat Vi o'clock, Cow, sj M Horses, Flour, Banoi)tórtddVy,\A.iiier¡can Axes, Sj 3 . Gimp, Crockery, Biigatâlle Board, Gold audSilverk Ea Walohes, Chain?, JSarr^bs, Ritas, Fancy Goods, c O &c, &c. ' Y J . È

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO.'S] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 March 1862

I > L'ÍTEST GOMEaSIAL. I I -|îtODUe!'ï CIRCULARS. , 3 S :(.[.? AYIÍOLKS.ILK. ,] I ¡A>¿pKUSON', CAMrUGLV AND-CO.'s] - ii Amynjf ?during ibo pnst?wauk have-boon fair, nndfi' Hpr'uK* of$iost.a«ieKft;bi«^^ g Wheufcjs n. alinda low,1 hut tim" demand h fah\ï ^AdeluidoSüi ' Od, and Californian "lind .Hew SuiilhL VVnleP, 0^ Od. ?'??' H Maize liai Mien considerably, mu! cannot now bop quoted at'lnore than from 4 s 3'l to 4s OJ. »Bj Lucerne hay is slnliouarv nt £5 10s pee ton, nnrtflj coursa oaten aommnnds LS 10 s to Cl. ' Flour remains at last wook'a quotations. . Wollongong baiter, if primo, sells readily ut ls Bininu-lid. to 7d. per lb. tor primo Hurley, Ungln'i- -5i. to Gs. per bushol ..Ditto-Capo-«ls to 4* (ld ' . Buttin-Dd to ls per lb. .: . Olioeso-3d to (id Calves-3(!< lo *')« each , Bran-ls (Jd per bushel ' Flour-linost Town-UM per ton - : . Ditto* finest Adelaido-£14 10s ditto ; Dittoj lino Country, £13 do. " ' . Hay-Lucerne, 5 10s por ton .. Ditto, Oaten-Nonu Matoo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 March 1862

NOTICE.^AU ? WATCHES, &c, loftj ". ., for repair at tho shop of li G.S FAIRMAN, ? cnn .. bo 'obtained of Mr. §j Mntheson, on the nremises, who ¡3 uutlio-g rized tovceoive ciufli/cUic on same; ulao to J icceive debts tlm/a/o inc, daring tho nb-$ sence of undurylgiwcY who is compelled to li visit Sydney 0/ |/is/ipss. ' 1 E., Or-, F AI B M AIT* | WATCHMAKER, &c, Princc-strcc'tJ Grafton.v, 11th Marchi 204 | Orafloa C^ioo! of Arts. ' J j A READING will be given in the Hull i j-^ .of>the nbove Institution où FRIDAY] 'EVENING next, ÍM. instant, at 8 o'clock.] .^Admission, tp/members;--free j non 'meinbers, 6d. cain / <218 E. C. LAM AN, Secretary. ~" ST. PATRICK'S DAY." '? ?|Dbp.L. apd SUWBER, at TATTER J-W^AXJI^B, on ympAY next, being Tatnclt's Ji&yymjifmo return of the steamer from.-Brdu/wpteiv - ' . Admission, 2s fid. each. 220. " - JAMIES GREGORY. "RJOTXCE.-I have ii»'-cattle, fat or 4il!^^tl^^I<havc/.graasywTho^ party .whoj STEA^lJSïmy.:...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 March 1862

SALES BY AUCTION. THE WELL-KNOWET STATION OP NEWTON BOYD, 'WILL /BE SOLD BX PUBLIC AUCTION, BT MESSES. MOR#and CO., on or about the $d jfay of APRIL. With'the Sta/on/will be SOLD 1900 (NINETEEN/HUNDRED HEAD), more or lessfof well-bred CATTLE. Also, 90 (NINETY) HEAD, more or less, of very superior HORSES. ' *** further particulars will appear in a few days. 196 FOR POSITIVE SALE. That choice Station known as UNDERCLI P'P., "SITUATE nrvTHE ' UPPER CLARENCE DISTRICT, TOGETHER WITH 10,856 SHEEP, MORE OR LESS. I TERMS.-One-third easily residue by ap-1 ' proved bills at one and two years from '^','"da1;'e'"'"óf VsaleJ- "ivith bank 'discount" J ' added, secured upon the stock and i station. " . ??.. . v I TI/TORT and CO. have been instructed "A to,sell .by public auction, at 'the Rooms, Pitt-street, at 11 o'clock, O 1ST T U E S DAY, 1ST APRIL, That valuable pastoral property, known ' as UNDERCLIFF, situate 'near . the head, of the North Branch of the Clarence River, and immediately adjoini...

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SUPREME COURT, SYDNEY. FRIDAY. SITTINGS FOR THE TRIAL OF CAUSES. JURY COURT. BEFORE Mr. Justice Wise and a special [?] IRVING V. ROBEY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 March 1862

If'SUPEBMB. COURT, SYDNEY. »v. " SITTINGS , roB'Tna IÎBIA'L OP CAUSCS. 4 $$0R,S "^i) i^UB^ce *5^ise and ¿ special IRVING, V. ttODEV. ? . - -Tlii-i was «n.notion- for.- libel and slander, br.Slr. Clark Irving against Slr. Ralph Meyer. Robey-both : gentlemen well known in the commercial world. Both had been members of the 'directories of the Joint ? Stock Bunk and of the Australasian Steam Navigation Company,'and were connected with.ri thar institutions - of Iikeoliaractcr. " . - , .The trial commenced on Tuesday, and lasted over ' tho whole of Wedriesd ly and Thursday. It was now > "resumed and concluded. . The declaration set out a great many alleged libels «nd Blandura by tho defendant against tho plaintiff, 'Tho only p1 lüa was one of, the general issue-not -. 'guilty. The alleged slanders and libels declared upon wera substantially as follows : ', 1. (At, a meeting of Directors of the Joint Stock ' Bank.) " I give notico that I will move-a series of resolutions to remove Clark...

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FREE SELECTION. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 March 1862

1 ; mm SELECTION; a a .TUESDAY. S ;j| Donald Munro, Grafton,, 88 .acres, county of g ¡3 Clarence, parish of Woodford, on .Woodford Island, «3 lljboing' lots 98 and 94,1 adjoining .Jtlio selected ground H ifjof Hugh Munro, and Angus Munro. ÀM M William Campbell, Williams Eiyer, ßloronco Towri,* Ä1O0 nores, county Clarenoc,^ar¡8h*of<Ulmarrn, about * gholf-a-milo above tho cohflubnoo of Orchin ' Creek - iKwith.the Coldstream River, and Abounded on tito north 2, Kby a lirio west, commencing of a gum treo, marked s Kwith two marks j on tho west by a lino south ¡ on tho * jgsouth' by a lino east to tho Coldstream ; and thonco toi £ tho Coldstream downwards to tho marked gnni tree, ft [3. Hugh Cameron,' ' Ulmarra, 80^acres, county of 2 K,Clarence, parish unnamed, on tho\lowor end of an| Risland, opposite Palmer's Island, embout ono\half milo a if south of john M'Auloy's lan cf, and dearly opposito J Slot 49, on Palmer's Island. v \ " % ® Thomas Kidd, Manning River, 43 acres, cou...

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COTTON GROWING IN THE CLARENCE RIVER DISTRICT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 March 1862

COTTON GROWING- IN THE CLARENCE RIVER DISTRICT. - ; ' ' " :'.*.' TO TUB BMTOB OP TUB EXAMINED, ' . Sm,-Just now I think it worth while to draw ; the attention bf the farmers in your clistriot to a Bübject that was uppermost in tho minds of many twelve months ago; ' '. You.wiU doubtless remember that I was authorised to collect funds in aid of tho establishment of an as- sociation that was proposod to bo formed to encóurago cotton growing ¡ tho mistake I believo to havo been made was the production of a begging letter giren to mc, and signed by three mcmbors of tile provisional committee, for from that momont Mr. Clark Irving, j to whom I presented tho enid letter, lost all confi-1 dcnco in tho movement, indeed ho openly oxprossod himself to that effect-hence my non-success so far as money matters' w«re concerned. I lost a consider- able sum myself, but that's no matter1-in other re- spects, I did all that could bo dones a letter was written from tho Chamber of Commorco to tho Bristo...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 March 1862

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. i OUR columns aro open to all writers wlio refrain from tho use of virulent language or personalities ; ' bul'-we aro not responsible for opinions ex* .'? ?. pressed. .

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 March 1862

* %Pdf.TS.\ \ ?.Mareil 12.-Urara ls.),fbr Ivdloy ! 322G bags maize, 111 bales wool, 110 lilies, Soakseggs, 2. cases jnachincry, 220 ounces gold,nnd sundries. March 19.-Grafton (s.),| for Svdnoy: 87 bales . wool, 35 hides, 818 bags mai*, 120 boxes soap, 1 box ,oggs, and sundries.. '? Í . .>....»

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PROPOSED SECOND STEAM COMPANY FOR THE CLARENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 March 1862

PROPOSED SECOND STEAM COM-. ^ PANT FOR THE CLARENCE. . WE havo received. a communication from mi influential person respecting tho forma- tion of a socond steam ; company for the Clarence. ; Our informant states that a boat, can bo chartered at oneo; or purchased for. | £7000. vlf. local shareholders: can bepro-' enrodifc is ^proposed . to establish a company^ with a capital pf £8000, ; in 1000 slmves of! £5pach... . «i..: . . - . :?? . ??.<. ???? It is stated the boat available would carry 600 bags of grain, 'twonty . cabin and forty Btecrago passongovs ; ? or from Sydney 80 tons of general "merchandise; Tho boat whon loatlod would not draw moro thau six or sovou feet; and could perform thrco trips por mouth to Sydney and back. Tho 'work- ing ^expenses' por'month would bo about £270; and tho projectors anticipate that I they will bo enablo to carry gonoral merchan- dise at £1 per ton ; wheat, maize;- &c, ? at i Gd.. por bushol ; cabin päs,3ilgos, £3 .8a. stoorago...

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