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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 28 September 1854

fa i- PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. "Truth and Justice." AT ONE DOLLAR IN ADVANCE "Volume XIX. GALLIPOLIS; OHIO, SEPTEMBER 28. 1854. Number 44. Jg The following Humorous poem was read bj the inimitable Saze, before the Psi UpsDon Society of Darmonth College, daring the recent commence ment exercises of that institution: Dear Brethren, I rise-and it wont be but- - Trr-iain If t find me, like bread, all the better for rising, I rise to express my exceeding delight Tn , mrHisl minion. this elorioos nurht. Anr) inroke ererv blessing a true hearted brother In fullness of feeling can ask for another. And here let me pause for a moment, to say -In a negative, less than a positive way, (Like a Parson beginning his doctrinal task.) WhatblcBsines for each I would specially ask: May you ne'er get in lore or in debt, with a aouDi, As to whether of no you will ever get out; May you ne'er have a mistress who plays the coquette Or a neighbor who blows on a cracked clario net: May you learn the first ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 28 September 1854

List of Premiums, TO BE AWARDED BY THE GALLIA COUNTY AGRICULTURAL COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY, AT THE FAIR, TO BE HELD IN GALLIPOLIS, ON Thursday & Friday, THE FIFTH AND SIXTH OF OCTOBER NEXT. ON GRAIN AND OTHER CROPS. Beat om ten of wheat, Bottom Land t Sd do do do do ao Bert oat acre of what, upland 2d do do do do Best one acre ot wheat, common bot tom land 2d Best oo acre of wheat, common bottom land Best one acre of wheat, common up lead 2d Best one eere of when, enmnan cp land Best one acre of oats, 2d do do do Best W acre Beaaa . Best yL ten Potatoes 2 00 4 00 2 00 4 09 2 00 4 00 2 00 3 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 FARMING IMPLEMENTS AND DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES. Best plough for general use do two none wagoo do harrow do corn cultivator " do horse power hay rale do reaping machine do threshing machine do washing do do barrel floor do bee hire do half docen brooms do lot cooper ware do lot boggy harness- do cooking store do parlor store do dressing bnrean do lot parlor chairs do centre t...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 28 September 1854

JHEJOUENAI. ' XDITXD AXD PtTBIJSHID BT - JASISI HAR'BBi jgrAt 81 00 in advance; 82 00 at the end of the year. GALLIPOLIS. SETT. 28, 1854 INDEPENDENT NOMINATIONS. ForTudge of the Supreme Court. JOSEPH R. SWAN, of Franklin. For Board of Public Works. JACOB BLICKENSDERFER, J., .of Tuscarawas. County Ticket. For Congress, OSCAB F. MOORE, of Scioto. For Clerk Court Common Pleas, . JOSEPH DROUTLLARD. For Auditor, DAVID B. HEBARD. For Probate Judge, SAMUEL B. RATHBURN. For Recorder, SAMUEL JOLLET. For Commissioner, JOSEPHUS CHERINGTON. XyOne week from next Tuesday, the people will be called upon to elect one member of the Board of Public Works, one Supreme Judge, one Con gressman for this district, one Clerk of the Court, one Probate Judge, one Re corder, one Auditor, and one Commis sioner, and the question will naturally present itself who are the best men for these stations. So far the Democrats have made no selections, and to judge of the names at the head of our col umns, there is litt...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 28 September 1854

Thoeh. thx MruJOi.ix, at Sara- tooA. A correspondent of the Mobile Tribune, dating from Saratoga, ghres the following sketch of an American .Prince: "Thorn, U) whom I refer, has made a Hon of himself bj indulging in ex traTagances and eccentricities. He is the man" who so eclipsed the Emperor of France in the splendor of his "torn nt " He is said to hare driven four span of horses, richly caparisoned, to the most splendid carriage in Europe. , The Emperor, unwilling that any one should go in better style than himself ordered him to appear no more in the street of Paris with the aforesaid es tablishment , His party consists of his wife, two daughters, beaux, attendant, pages, maids, grooms, kc. I witnessed a few days since the ceremony of their pre paration for a ride. Fire steeds and a carriage, with a groom and riders, in inest livery to each, were 6rst present ed opposite the U. 8. Hotel. Next came the party with their maids and attendants. A beautiful mahogany bay horse was first...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 October 1854

,TI K.ril'.oX j.M i.t Volame , XI.X-?.:: O A LL I POL I S, OHIO, OCTOBE R 5 , 1 8 5 4 . rv' - i , 7 Number .45. ... . n . - - ' - ' "11:11," ITTKUSHED'EY. J AMES HAMPER..-, -'; . .-. - -.V , . '!Trulh'04 JaiUce." ... ; r" . ..... AT ONE DOLLAR IN ADVANCE DO THEY MISS ME AT HOME? Do they miss me at ham do they miss Twbuid be an assurance mast Seat. To know at this moment some loved one, Were eayiBg, I wish he were aere; To feel that the group at tfie fireside, ' "Were thinking of me as I roam; .. Oil, yea, 'twould be joy beyond measure, - 3? know tbat they miss -me at home. "Wire tbe twilight approaches tbe ' son, " ..'.' . That ever is sacred to song Does some one repeat my name over, And sigh that I tarry so long? . And is there no chord in tbe music, . I That's missed when my voice is away, And a chord in each heart that awaketb Regret at my wearisome stay. . Do they set me a chair at the table, When evening's home pleasures are When the candles are lit in the parlor, And (he star...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 October 1854

NEWS BY THE AMERICA. NEW YORK, Sept. 29. Breadstuff's sliehtlY advancedv ' Nothing authentic in regard to the wiling of the expedition to. the Crimea. Tha armament waa to rendervous at Baliaehik within two- days. Should this hare taken place, h ia probable the Whole conToy sailed on ue tin. ine Teesela amount to more than 400, be sides pontoon boaU end rafts. Suppos ing no delay ocenrred, the expedition night b expected to reach the Rus-tian- ehoTee on the 8th, when a day landing would depend . npon circum stances. ' ., The total destination of the fort at Bomarsund. and the departure of the French troops to France, is confirmed. The fleet is gone from Ledsund to Narga. Baraguay d'Hillers has gone to Berlin. Count Carolini entered Bucharest on the 6th at the head of 4,000 Austrian troops. - By the first of September the Rus sians had completely evacuated Galatz and tbrailia. The navigation of the Danube is now free. Gen. Bragstern ordered the in habitants of Odessa to reduce the cit...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 October 1854

THEIQUBML. "(SIRS ill FTTBLI8HX9 BT arAsiss babpsb. - J3TAt $1 00 i4 adranee; tX 00 at the end of the year. - . - V : G aixipolis. ' ; TSCBStAti OCT. 6,1854 Whig Ticket. ' ' For Judge of the Supreme Court. . . JOSEPH R. SWAN, ' .V For Board of PnbEo Works. JACOB BLICKENSDEEFER, J-. r','-.' For Congress, . t ,-OSCAE F. MOORE, For Clerk Court Common Pleas, : V JOSEPH DROUILLARD. ' c - For Auditor, : DAVID B. HEBARD. For Probate Judge, SAMUEL B. RATHBURN.' . . . . For Recorder, .'' SAMUEL JOLLEY. For Commissioner, I JOSEPHUS CHERINGTON. The Cakdidatxs roa Coxaxxse nt this District. Mr. Mookx, the Whig ' - mm m . , il . nominee, is well Known to most oi me citizens of this district as a sound law yer and an honest and able Legislator. Hi long residence in Oh iff has identi fied him with its interest, and giren to our people an opportunity to become ac quainted with his character, opinions, and ability; all of. which hare been en dorsed whenever they hare been sub ject to the decision of...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 October 1854

tyThe country editor rarely has credit for the food thing be says. . Here is one of them from the Rogers 21e (Tenn.) Times; " "A RoLLive Sroxx Gathsrs so Ifnaa Wll what of that? Who wants to be a mossy old stone, awar in mM rfumii corner of a pasture where sunshine and fresh air never come, for the cows to rub themselves against, for nn and burn to crawl orer. and for toads to squat under among the poison ous weeds! It is far oeuer to do a smooth and polished stone, rolling along in the brawling stream oi me, wearing off the rougn corners, Dnnging ou me firm cryst&line structure, of the granite or the delicate reins of the agate or the chalcedony. It is this perpetual chafing and robbing- in the whirling current that shows what kind of grit a man is made of and of what use he is good for. ine sandstone ana soapstone are ground down to sand and mud, but the firm rock is selected for the towering fortress, and the diamond is cut and polished for the monarch's erown. What Talist, I...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 October 1854

y-tK ;.' If y1Y "ftY PUBLISHED BY.. JAMES HARPER. ! -. ' "Truth'nnd Justice." AT ONE DOLLAR IN ADVANCE Volume XIX. GALL I POL IS, OHIO, OCTOBER 12. 1854. Number 46. iirv . i From the Louisville Journal. A WARNING. "BY AN OLD ONE." "Behold the woea of matrinanial life,' ; ' j" ' And bear wKh revereooe an experienced wife." Come all Jre maidens fair and young,-; ; Whose fate is yet uncertain .' . .' Comej yhile it yet is time, and take '. "J A peep behind the curtain. .. Oome, yon who think the marriage state " A Paradise on earth, And you who trust in lovers' tows '"'I'll show you what they're worth,, t And what aweet figures you will cut, Unangded and vngoddested. And somewhat of your chosen ones, - The tender, fond and modest. Know, as each object still must hare . ' A. sunny side and shrouded. Of man the lover is the bright, . .. The husband is the doudtd. This is, alas! too sadly true, " ' And ah! it makes it sadder ' "' To think, the fairer fell the light : The deeper seems the ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 October 1854

ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMER CANADA. NEW YORK, Oct. 6th. uanaan armed this morning The with date to the 23rd with a Week later newt. It is interesting. 8000 men of the Crimea expedition had land ed and marched towards Sevastopol. Liverpool," Friday Evening. West era Canal floor Sit 6d, Ohio 34s 6L Corn, yellow and white S6s. Wheat 0 to 10s. . Breadstuffs generally firm, with up- .ward tendency. Brokers say flour ad vanced 2s. wheal 4d. corn Is 6d. Rir.Wdann'a circular a notes white wheat at 9s 6dI0s, red 8s 9d9s, Western canal flour 29s 6d31s, Bal fimoTe and Philadelphia at Sis 6d33s fid, Ohio 33s. - The-Canada brings no news of the Arctic which sailed on her regular day. The news is important. The Petrel steamer put back to Clyde damaged. Xftere were nve deaths on the San J a cinto at Southampton. ft is officially announced by the French una .wigiisn uovernments that on the 4th, 58,000 men landed without opposi tion at Eupatoria, and immediately anarcneo- upon Sevastopol. The trans ports...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 October 1854

the journal: xnrrrn xn ruBUSHiD bt atyAt f 1 00 In advance; ft 00 at the end of the year. ' GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY, OCT. 12, 1854 Thx Eucttor Gallipolis Tovmship aU right. The Democratic fusionists and particularly the 'ragademalions' of this place received a terrible drubbing cm Tuesday last at the hands of the old line Whigs, notwithstanding the innu merable spurious tickets pat in circula tion by them to deceire the honest vo ter. They made loud brags that they would carry this township by a large majority, but when the result was an nounced tbey sneaked off quietly like sheep-killing dogs. It is well, for we had it in serious contemplation to leave the town if this election showed a ma jority of such men in it, although the best citiiens assert they cannot do with but us. Before and on the day of the election, we were accused by these men with printing the spurious tickets, and when the falsehood was nailed upon them they shifted the matter upon C. W. Hoy of Pomeroy. We do not be ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 October 1854

I YilloW Fiv. At Charleston for the three days ending at . 9 o'clock P. 1T oa Sunday, the 84th ulL, there were 48 death from yellow fever., The Constitutionalist, of thr.24th, saysj ; ? -v , v$ r: ! i - ' ; The post office here is deserted, and the post-master is compelled to sleep in bis office in order to deliver and; receive the mails. The force at- present en gaged u bo limited, that it is with tlie greatest difficulty .the letters are dis tributed.. . The newspaper mail it is im possible, to touch, and if the present state of things last much lunger, unless help can be obtained, there will be quite an accflmuiation of newspapers at this point.! v. -.: '- ' " - '2 '," The telegraph office is closed, -the operator baring fled. .- ' -o t ii " ., The Constitutionalist has also been temporarily suspended- v. . ; It , ' At New Orleans, according to letter published in the True Delta, from Dr. J. & McFarlane, there, was. fierer so se vere a visitation of yellow fever therein any y...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 October 1854

PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. Truth and Justice." AT ONE DOLLAR IN ADTASCS Volume XI.X. G AL L IP OL I S , O H I O, OCTOBEIt 19.-1854 Number 47. SW The following lines from the Dublin University Magazine, will re mind the reader of the last scene in "Banyan's Pilgrim's Progress." BEYOND THE RIVER. Time is a river deep and wide; And while along its banks we stray, We see our loy'd ones o'er its tide Sail from our sight sway, away. Where are they sped they who return No more to glad our longing eyes? They're passed from life's contracted bourne To land unseen, unknown, that lies -.' " . Beyond the rirer. Tis hid from riew; but we may guess How beautiful that realm must be; For gleam ings of its loreliness, In visions granted, oft we see. The very clouds that o'er it threw Their veil, unrais'd for mortal sight, With gold and purple tintings glow. Reflected from the glorious light Beyond the rirer. j And gentle airs, so sweet, so calm, . Steal sometimes from that viewless sphere; The mourn...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 October 1854

LOSS OF THE OCEAN STEAMER ARCTIC. LOSS OF THE OCEAN STEAMER ARCTIC. NEW YORK, Sept. 11. Geo. H. Bums, express messenger for Adams A Co., on board tbe Arctic, gives the following in regard to the loss ef the steamer: Ou Wednesday, Sept. lift nronaoW t IS flVlock. M.. in "t -- - . ' . . dense fog, we came in contact with a fondue-rigged iron propeller, with black bull, salmon- colored deck and boats, and black pipe. She was bound east ward, and had all sails set, with a strong, fair wind. The speed of the Arctic at the time was about thirteen knots an hour. The shock to us ap peared slight, but the damage to the other vessel was frightful. Capt. Luce instantly ordered the quarter boats cleared away, and the chief mate, boat swain and three sailors went to her re fief. Before other boats left the order was countermanded. - .The Arctic then described a circle twice around the wreck, during which time I caught a glimpse of more than two hundred peo ple clustered .on her hurricane deck. A...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 October 1854

THE JOURNAL. SMTBD iWWBIOOtl BT i 3" At f 1 00 in adrance; 82 00 at .1 . J a Mi . , - GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY,' - - : OCT. 19. 1854 Ohio . Euctiok. Ohio nobly re deemed , herself at the late election. Returns hare been received from every district, and the fallowing Congressmen hare been elected by from two to mm thousand majority." They are all Anti Nebraska men: ' " . 1st Dist Hamilton, Timothy C. Day, 2d ." . ' . J. Scott Harrison, 3d " Butler, Ac, L. D. Campbell, ah. 1 1.: 1.. V R Viottnla th u Lucas, Ac, Richard Mott, 6li ". - Clermont, Ac, J. E. Emrie, . Tth " Green, Ac, Aaron Harlan, 8th " , Clark, Ac, B. stanton, 9th . Seneca, Ac, C. K. Watson, 10th Ross, Ac, O. F. Moore, Ilth Fairfield, Ac.V. B. Horton, 1 2th ' ' Franklin, Ac, S. Galloway, . 13th "' Richland, Ac, J. Sherman, 14th " Lorain, Ac, Philemon Bliss, 15th " " Knox, Ac, W. R. Sapp, . 16th " Muskingum, Ac, E. Ball, 17th " Belmont, Ac, C. J. Albright, 18th " Stark", Ac, B. F. Leiter, 19th " Cuyahoga, Ac, E. Wade. 20th " ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 October 1854

From the Gallipolis Journal, Extra, of Friday. THE RESULT. The contest i over and tie old Na trona! Guards again triumphantly aleep po ure mum neia. . - ino enemy - - them irround their arms. The same success that crowned our efforts has shed laurels to the brave in other parts of the State. Y. B. Horton has carried the Meigs district by a majority of 4,217. - - v In the Franklin district Galloway is adopted tie guerrilla mode of warfare. but were aabk to withstand a charge from the old heroes. - They had cap- tared a few of our ffgng. men, and nder the promise of as eqU- divistoa of the spoils, a grand display. they p U.embthefrontrank.andthns.h.eld fongMhard under pose. The old Guards formed in soiut Lm and marched down upon them TtaJ. u7ll. and compelled . them to surrender at discretion, with the loss of but one man, (Commia- sioner.) It was really .humiliating to ' "J,,, things, by 3,000 earned by t juio . -t, , j Moore. Vthelloss district, bot -g.ooOm ajority. u u ;j . - - J J...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 October 1854

L 1 j' L I-' ,C L I PUBLISHED. BY JAMES HARPER. "Truth and Justice." AT ONE DOLLAR IN ADVANCE Volume XIX- GALLIPOLI'S, OHIO, OCTOBER 2G, 154. Number 48 THE HUSBANDMAN. Earth, of man the bounteous mother, - Feeds him still with corn and wine; Ye who best would aid a brother, , Share with him these gifts divine. Many a power within her bosom : Noiseless, hidden, works beneath; Hence are seed, and leaf, and blossom, ..Golden ear and clustered wreath. . These to swell, with strength and beau- ' ty Is the royal task of man; Man's a king, bis throne is Duty, Since bis work on earth began. Bud and harvest, bloom and vintage, These like men, are fruits of earth; .Stamped in clay, a heavenly mintage, All from earth receive their birth. Barn, and mill, and wine-vat's treasures, Earthly goods for earthly lives, These are Nature's ancient pleasures, . These her child from her derives. What the dream, but vain repelling, " If from earth we sought to fleef 'Tis our stored an ample dwelling, ' 'Ti...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 October 1854

ARRIVAL OF THE BALTIC. Great Battle in the Crimea!—Annihilation of the Russians!—Eighteen Thousand Russians Killed!—Ten Ships of War Sunk!—The Fall of Sevastopol! —22,000 Russians taken Prisoners! NEW YORK, Oct. 16. The steamship Baltic arrived at this port at 7 o'clock this evening, with Liverpool dates of the 4th inst. - Commibcial Istklliciscb. West em Canal Flour is quoted at 31s, and 'hie at 34s. Corn, yellow and white. 39s. -Richardson quotes Breadstuffs quiet, with sales at retail of good brands at firm prices, but inferior was a trifle easier. McMakin reports that Corn had advanced l2s. McHenry quotes Ba 'con unchanged in every respect Cheese was in good demand. Lard and Tallow were dull. Consols 95J95. ' Gkxkbal Istemjgbsck. The Baltic spoke and boarded the British schooner Jno. Clements, off Cape Race, cruising for the missing boats of the Arctic, and learned from her the particulars of the catastrophe. The Africa arrived out on the morning of the 1st inst, and the steamer...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 October 1854

THE JOURNAL. 1DOTD AM) frTBLISHXD BT TAME! BABFSB, V ewe - arAt f 1 00 in advance; ft 00 at the end or taeycar. OALLIPOL1S. .THUB8DA Y " OCT. 86,1854 Ikdi.uib. A most miserable attempt lo naming the pnblio was exhibited here,' last Wednesday afternoon and evening, by a few mountebanks who professed to be Indians from the Rocky Mountains. If newspaper editors would do their duty and expose such villainy instead of lending their columns to de fraud the public, they would much bet ter carry out the object for which they are intended. We acknowledge that Ve were deceived by flattering notices of these, half-breeds, which appeared In what we heretofore took for reliable taner. No doubt they are a band of half-breed vagabonds, under the care and guidance of a few quarter-breed white men, who are perambulating the country, practicing imposition upon the public. . XThe State Fair, held at Newark, was well attended. On the third day it was estimated that fifty thousand per sons were in atten...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 October 1854

How to Judgi a Horse. The fol lowing rules for judging the character of a horse, are going the rounds of the agricultural journals. It may be use ful therefore to give them in connexion with a few comments. IS the color be light sorrel or chest nut, his feet, legs and face white, these are marks of kindness. ( 1. 1 If he 'w broad and full between the eves, he may be depended on as a horse of good -sense, -and capable of being trained to anything. ' As respects such horses, the more kindly you treat them the better in re turn. Nor will a horse of this descrip tion stand a whip if well fed. (2.) If you want a safe horse, avoid one that is dish faced; he may be so far gen- tTft not to scare, but he will have too mniOi rro-ahead in him to be safe for evervbodv. ' If you want a fool, but a horse of great bottom, get a aeep oay, van not a white hair about him, if his face is a little dished so much the worse. Let no man ride such a horse, who is not an adept in riding they are always tric...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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