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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 10 January 1861

J,C1SIEY, Editor aid Proprietor. ' OFFICE AYashinton Street, Third Door South of Jackson. TERMS One Dollar and Fifty Cents in Adrance $9h.5. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1861. NO.21. V if W 111 I f S I A. Business Cards. :nxoir. "i Jt- b. d silt a. ELLISON & DeSTLVA, Ellison House. ,. Jackson Strsa , . MILLERSBURG. OHIO. "aroLTcrro' I860 TO ATATLO-, Akron, u. xll steinbacher & co.,r: Protet- .dTommtsston -jiiBnciiAjyTSj1 - k-Dealsra i - fWr, finn, II SioS; Salt TA, WliU and Water -iCIXj r' fc, tc, k, r ;r :. ,., yuRCTTAtriiHiKSOiv rFlaf, 'Rye, Corn, Oats, Seeds, Dried Fruits, Butter, Eggs, Wool,de. i X. M. 8PEIGLE, Agent, - BAKER & WHOLF, Forwarding and Commission , AHI DIALKBS UT . SALT FISH, PLASTER, WHITE AND WATER LIME. rntoiuwsaa or FLOUR, WHEAT, RYE, CORN, OATS, - CLOVER AND TIMOTHY SEED, : - - - also, - -; - - " - utXr Eggs, Lard, Tallow and all kinds . v . . - 0f Dried Fruitt. W AREHOITS E, MILLERSBURG, O. ; . 8ept.l8,18564tt J. 6. BIGH...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 10 January 1861

J. CASSEY, - - - - Editor THURSDAY,:::::::::: JAN. 10, 1861. IcBoWiiMXEtii-We are under obliga tion to Hob. Wm. Helmicx for the Congression al Globe nd Appendix, comprising Jonr large Volumes, coBtaing the proceedings and debates the first seasioa of the 36)a Congress. . : The Latest News 850 troops and provisions hare been sent to the relief of Maj. Akdebso. '-Troops are being concentrated aroond Wash ington to prevent an attack upon tlie Capitol. V Major Wood, of .New York recommends the . secession of that city from the State, and the - formation of a free city. - - --: President Bcciaxah is having some back -bone i put into him by the action of the Sonth, and he i now acting in concert with Scott in eoncen- tnuin troops 10 points where they are needed The city of Mexico has been taken by the T :t i - A4uenus ' The Seceders are now in ConveDlion in the States of Florida, Alabama, Georgia, and Mis - sissippi. ' Later. The report is, that the Charleslonians had fired into theatearo...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 10 January 1861

An on a Big Seale. Southern extremist bar been plsjing fti bluff ever eiooe tbe States joined bands 'aronnd the Union table. It is a trick that baa always raked down the stakes np to the Dreseot time. In tbe last Presidential contest, however, they found their game so thorough! exposed lost it would no Joa er work, and tbe consequence was they ' were badly beaten. .. Bui it eeemsffrom the confession of one of tbe leading players, that tbe trick is sol to be abandoned, bat is to be disguis- -d played boldly, in expectation of winning Dace an equivalent lor tbe losses sustained in the success of the Republicans. Judge Handy, tbe Commissioner from Mississippi to Maryland, declares : "Secession is not intended to break np ' tW present government, bot to perpetuate it . We do not propose to go out by way f breaking np or destroying tbe Union as our fathers gave it to as, but we go out for the purpose of getting Jurttor guar .tsntees mud securitv for our right.- ' Our plan is for the Sout...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 10 January 1861

From the Cincinnati Commercial. Letter from Ill. The Adventures a Cockade man—His bluster on the Streets—A Poser—He Calls on the President elect—Mr. Lincoln finds himself between two Fires— A tart Yankee—The Southern is Presented with Lincoln's Speeches, etc. SPRINGFIELD, Dec. 20, 1860. ' At stated at the close of my last, the ' den ileal of this town were thrown into v qoite a flatter of excitement "in the course f yesterday morning, by the appearance on the streets of two Southrons adorned with the blue emblems of disunion. Their cockades being the first seen in this lati tude, the bearers attracted general atten tion, which they fostered by subjecting . themselves as much as possible to the pub , lie gaze. A crowd of boys soon gathered nd kept at their heels, with a persistency .: worthy of a better cause. One of the rep- Tesentatives of seceding chivalry growing tired of being stared at like a wild beast. took off his cockade and retired to bis ho- , tel. The other,' however con...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 24 January 1861

w iff ..i JlL a a. iVf. . . ' . . lH r& t fa J. CASKET, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE Washington Street, Third Door South of Jackson. TERMS One Dollar and Fifty Cents in Idranco VOL.5. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1861. NO. 23. jtw r7 j ill i w lsr vv nr a w jxlaAv un v CRISIS OF THE UNION. THE GREAT SPEECH THE GREAT SPEECH OF WM. H. SEWARD, OF NEW YORK. in the January 12th 1861. Mb. President: Congress adjourned last summer amid auspices of national abundance, contentment, tranquility and happiness. It was re-assembled this win ter in the presence of derangement of bust Dees and disturbance of public as well as private credit, and in the face of seditious combinations to overthrow the Union. The alarm is appalling: for the Un on not more the body than Liberty is the soul of the nation. The American citizen Las been accustomed to believe the Repbuf immortal. He shrinks from the sight of convulsions indicative of its sudden death. The report of our cond...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 24 January 1861

ft I epHiau J. CASKEY, .... Editor. THURSDAY,:::::::::: JAN. 24, 1861. The News! There hia bu been little news of an excititg eWneter received within the last week. Some think it is an ingnry of good, and others, that it is only the hll that nsnallj- precedes the storm. y Great excitement prevailed at Brooklyn, S. Y., on the evening of the 22d inst, by the current rnmor that the Navy Yard, in that city, was to be seized by the sympathizers of the secessionists. : A strong polico and military force was called oat to stand guard daring the night. The Bill for the admission of Kansas passed the Senate on Monday last by a handsome m jority. It had formerly passed the House in a slightly modified shape, bat that body will doubles concur with the Senate. They have hod a Fugitive Slave case in Cleve land, which is still undetermined, having been adjourned till to-day, to take testimony in be half of the Slave, a female aged about 25 years. She was owned by a man named Gossoas, re aiding in...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 24 January 1861

From the Norfolk Day Book. From the Norfolk Day Book. The Recent Cruise of the Brooklyn. lfB.r . It is well known thai the Brooklyn wen. down the coast to Charleston harbor, and would bare gorrffin.or, at least, would bava attempted it, bat for the fact that just as the trot off the mouth of the river she met and spoke a small rough schooner coming out, said schooner carrying no flag. "Where are yon bound I" was asked by one or ut omcersot loe Brooklyn. "Philadelphia," answered the schooner. The schooner then imparted the intelli gepoe that the Star of the West bad at temped to enter the harbor, and had 18 or 20 shots fired into her, and she thought it imprudent for the Brooklyn to enter. jbe Brooklyn rounded to, and was sur prised to see the schooner proceed to sea. It was Trtso observed that a steamer came out of the harbor and talked with the schooner and then took her in tow until she was some distance from the - Brooklyn. The steamer finally went back to the har bor, and the sc...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 24 January 1861

Phonographic Report of a Union Speech. NEWARK, Ohio, Jan. 1st, 1861. Editors Commercial: I have no doubt, although yon did not sepd a prion ographi: reporter to the great Union meet ing held in Spoonrille, Illinois, that you would like a report of the speech made by the Honorable Felix Garotte. I giro it to you uver balvm" Mister President Folks in the bar rooms, folks in the church, folks on the streets, and folks in houses, folks in cities, towns and villages, are all a talkin' about dissolvin this 'ere Union; but I tell ye it can't be did. The great and rantankerous preponderosity of the Union can never be disssolved. The might Aegis of American nninimity can never be torn from her froDtespice. Divide the Union I It can't be did! What! tear the ever lastin' high aoarin'! loud roariu'l proud Eagle from her perch on the cap of Liberty 1 1 tell ye, it cant oe a to. tier aaws in me uonstuu tion are too firmly pressed. The Southern Oriole bird may jerk out one or two in feathers but t...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 31 January 1861

1 ft? tfl J. CASKET, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE Washington Street, Third Door South of Jackson. TERMS One Dollar and Fifty Cents in Idfaneo VOL. 5. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1861. NO. 24. Business Cards. W.l. ELLISON. ILB.DeSII.VA. - ELLISON & DeSILVA, . rnorsiRoas or the Ellison House. Jaduoa Stree MILLERSBURG. OHIO. "mL.AC""' 1860 CXL A TATLOS, Akron, u. L STEINBACHER & CO., procure & (Eommission Dealer U 1W, Crri, II Stat Salt Fisi, Wlie isl Water Line, fa, it, st, PUBCHASKRSOF Wheat, : i?ye, Corn, OaU, Seeds, Dried Frutts, Butter, Egg, Wool, Ac. M. M. 8PEIGLE, Aceat, BAKER & WHOLE, Forwarding and Commission : JUERC 111 A'TS, AXP DIALERS IX SALT FISH, PLASTER, WHITE . AND WATER LIME. r-UECHASEKS OF . . FLOUR, WHEAT, RYE, CORN, OATS, CLOVER AND TIMOTHY SEED, ALSO. Butter, Eggs, Lard, Tallow and all kinds of Dried Jfruits. WAREHOUSE, MILLERSBURG, O. Sept. 18, 1856 4tf. J. G. BIGHAM, M. D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. 1 VtriB0t atterjUoa ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 31 January 1861

The Republican. J. CASKEYj - Editor. THURSDAY,:::::::::: JAN. 31, 1661. When anybody ask yon what the Legis lature of Ohio i doing, tell them, "notliing." That's what the members thenMelres s-.y, and they ought to kow. fIt is not believed that any altact npon Washington is seriously meditated, so long as Maryland adheres to the Union. jJThe' Richmond En quirer says:. , Virginia cannot, and Kill not, agree to any tneh compromise as the Crittenden amend ment." ' JTThe new Governor of Pennsylvania had sibont twenty appointments to make. ; Tbe offi cers were insignificant, hot there irtre one thousand and seventy-fire applicants. ' HfThere " me thing in the Georgia seeesMua business.' The late traitor of the Treasury Department, Cobs, iras a candidate far delegate, and was beaten.' . tTAliXAXDn H. Stetiss, of Georgia, has destroyed his repntation as a man of sense and patriotism by signing the ordinance of secession of his State. tyA bill to repeal the Personal Liberty law of Rhode Isla...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 31 January 1861

The Commercial Effect of Disunion. . . anion. " Before the election of Lincoln, ft terrible bo nod err made to tbe effect ibat it tbe Republican pj inumjineu, iraae would le stopied, ships would rot at their wharves, nc railroads would speedily be come hopelessly bankrupt. New York Uie liesd "quarters tJf live-mc, and the 2i?w . Xork Herald tbe medium through which tbe country was informed of the universal poverty which was to come upon us an. How fans tbe matter turned out? Lin joqV$ been elected and dissolution is ot on us. But in spite of all this, Ne-r York city and JNortbern railroads are full of bu siness, and tbe same New York Herald, which grew frantic over tbe picture of des olation which it drew, now writes as fol-ro-of Hi-exWaordioarT prosperity : -"The harvest never was so abundant, and piosrity of tbe country ue.-er rose to so high a -pilch, as during tbe mst year. The demand for its breadstuffs in Europe 'i unusually great.-"Money is pour ing into New York from abroad....

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 31 January 1861

Napoleon to Re-take Louisiana. The New York Courier dee Etee Unis, in recent number, contains a letter from an old officer of the French army, in which the writer pretexts that on the dissolution of the Union, the present Emperor of the French will make an attempt to recover the Louisiana country ceded by the first Napoleon. The pretext of such "re-annex- ation" m found in me ioiiowing calcula tion, which, will be seen, proceeds on an erroneous statement cf the facts with re gard to the ' terms of the Louisiana pur chase: "Now. tou will ask me how these re anmDtions could take place, and by what r.Vht. This is verv easy to explain. It is Lonis Napoleon who would begin by a very simple and logical process of reason ing:, for every one knows that Napoleon ILL aims at consolidating all that Napo leon L had in view with regard to foreign policy. Now, Napoleon I., in 1803, ceded Louisiana to the United States for the sum of $15,000,000, which lb Government of the United btates engaged to...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 7 February 1861

4 ? if If J. CASKET, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE Washington Street, Third Door South of Jackson. TERMS One Dollar and Fifty Cents in Adrance ..vol. 5. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1861. NO. 25. Business Cards. . P.ELLISON". M. B. D I SILT A. ELLISON & DeSJXVA, raonuxToas or iss Ellison House. Jackaoa Strse MILLERSBURG. OHIO. ""Lo"'" i860 KH TATLOB, AJU-OB, U. E. STEINBACHER & C0.v produce & Commission Dealers is Dm, ba, IH M SaH fki, Wtie uJ Water L'sK, fe, it, It, PUKCHAHKK8 OF Wheat, Bye, Corn, Oats, Seeds, Dried Fruits, Butter, Eggs, Woof, tc XI. 31. SPEIGLE, Agent, BAKER & WHOLF, .Forwarding and Commission JTIJH IIC . .VTS, A VP PEALEK8 IX SALT FISH, PLASTER, WHITE AND WATER LIME. PUBCBASns OF FLOUR, WHEAT, RYE, CORN, OATS, CLOVER AND TIMOTHY SEED, ALSO, Butter, Eggs, Lard, Tallow and all kinds of Dried Fruits. WAREHOUSE, MILLERSBURG, O. Sept. 18, 1856 4t J. 6. BIGHAM, M. D. PHYSICIAN & SDRGEON. EESHECTFCLLY announce his readiness...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 7 February 1861

mi egmran. J. CASKEY, - , Editor. THURSDAY,::i:::::::::FEB. 7, 1861. The News. give up our eolrrama this week almost entirely to mstfers relative to the troublesome Uiats upon irhicli we, as a cation, bare, as we believe, jost entered; Many men ' whose judgements are good, nre liopcftl and anguine that these troubles vill h adjusted, the seceding Slates come back into the Union, " and the country go on prosperous as before or i all the better of this little episode in its history. .'We wish $"'" prediction may come to pass, bat cannot discover what llipy bcild their hopes. ' upon. ' From the beginning, the march of the traitorsfcas been onward they have hid every thing their own way. Government fortiCca- . liens, government ships, government buildings, . and lastly, government money has been taken wherever and whenever they saw fit, and there has beca pa arm raised to oppose them. . There is not in this government toilar.vit.TlitTenoilgli . to protect uself against a handful of. tra...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 7 February 1861

Why the Border Slave States Should "Look Defore They Leap." The Border Slave Stales Man land Virginia, Kentucky and Missouri are poised between two ideas; to be drawn into the Southern Conftderacy agaiust iLeir in clination, or, to remain, as Leretofore, faitb- fill to tbe Union and Constitution.' Their .. condition reminds os, to a certain extent, of that of the much abused anirwtl in the fable, with a bundle of bay on either side. If the ass bad demanded of the Northern ' bundle that it should come to bitn, or be would go to the Southern one, the fable would represent exactly the stand Liken by Virginia and Kentucky, Give as all we want now, and we won't go further South until we waiit soiiiethiu iiiore." ..... , We take it for graulid thai tbe di-sposi- - lion to go wilb ihe Co: ton Stales is every day gaining ground in thes-e Border Slave ' States. The secession movement is like r those hurricanes which during the. past . year swept through sections o our coun try; every thing a...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 7 February 1861

Gossip from Charleston. A Charleston correspondent of the N. Y Evening Post writes as follows of what is being done and what it ects : Meanwhile we improve each shining cloudy or rainy boor to the utmosst prepa ration for possible consequences, and the federal government may be assured that coercion will figure up a fir bloodier total than it might have cost two weeks ago. We have transported more big guns to the batteries of James Island, wherewith to menace Anderson, and confidently assert that, with the assistance of Fort Moultrie, we could keep op such a bombardment as to effect a breace in the walls of Fort Sum ter, to be followed by a storm and capture. At Fort Moultrie we have remounted all the cans, piled saodbags four feet high and fifteen feet thick on the ramparts, besides covering the powder magazine with them and adopting other precautions. From, Petersburg, Virginia, we are in hourly ex pectation of one thousand pounds of pow der and two thousand of shot and shell, pur...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 14 February 1861

iiiitl A J. CASREY, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE Washington Street, Third Door South of Jackson. TERMS One Dollar and Fifty Cents in Adyanco VOL 5. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1861. NO. 26. Business Cards. . P. ELLISOX. M. B. D SILTA. ELLISON & De SLLVA, . FiorucToBii or tk Ellison House. Jsckaon Stic V MILLERSBURG, OHIO. linn TnrBCHM, C2rt S neat statloe, Akron, 0. I lOVV Akron, O. ' E. STEINBACHER & CO., Produce & Commission Dealer in flour, firaj, II M, Salt fit, White ad Water Lime, fe, fc, it, . -" 3PTJTICHLASERS OF IPfoaf, .ffye, Corn, Oats, Seeds, Dried Fruits, .Butler, Eggs, Wool, d-c. M. M.SPEICLE, Agent, ' MILLERSBURG, O. May S1.1860 l . BAKER & WHOLF, Forwarding and Commission JtZJE IS C II.1.VTS, ASP DEALERS IX SALT FISH, PLASTER, WHITE 1 AND WATER LIME. i. . PURCHASERS OF FLOUR, WHEAT, RYE, CORN, OATS, CLOVER AND TIMOTHY SEED, ALSO, Butter, Eggs, Lard, Tallow and all kinds of Dried Fruits. 'WAREHOUSE, MILLEESBUEG.O. Sept. 18...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 14 February 1861

J. CASKEY, - - - - Editor. THURSDAY,::::::::::: FEB. U, 1861. County Auditors. Th Ohio Legislature hag taken astrp in the right direction, io cutting down tbe erooIoroenU cf all Coonty Auditors to be hereafter elected. But they have sot cot deep enough. ySee Cora's new Adrertisemet in another eolaniB. He ii clothing the multitude very heap. jyKead the speech of the President elect at Indianapolis. Old Abe is right, talks right, and will act right. jyThe Nalioual Democrat, Brcckcnrige pa per at Cleveland, has suspended for want of suf ficient support. ryThe result of the recent election ia Ten aessee for and against to a State Convention, resulted largely against the Convention.' tJJThe President has pre-empt orily refused to surrender Fort Sumter, upon which Col, Hatkb wrote biin an insulting letter, and started for Charleston. JfThe lower House of the Kentucky Legis lature, by a vote of 58 to 38 voted against call ing a Convention to make preparation to go out of the Union. fJTbe o...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 14 February 1861

Then and Now. The burden of the complaint of Democratic party, is, that the Republicans are going to enforce the laws that will pos aibly provoke resistance, which in their original mode of thinking would be war. It is now dVmend?d that Republicans shall take up the Democratic doctrines to satis fy demands of disunionisU. Among the servile trucklers none is more absurdly ri diculous in dirt eating than the Ohio Statesman. The Cincinnati Gazelle res urrects the following leading editorial from that journal written Feb. 15, 1857. ' At that ti me the Satlesman it will be seen scorned the idea of defeating of op position by "conciliation and sacrifice," and advocated prompt resistance, the some as did the Richmond Enquirer in 1856 an extract from which we quoted in a late number of the Express. Hear what the Statesman said : Mr. Bushanan's Special Message. ' i . sage. ' To the exclusion of much other matter, we present this morning the Lecompton Message of President Buchanan. Our opinio...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 14 February 1861

Items-Fact and Fancy. Senator Broderick's heirs have been paid one thousand six hundred and nineteen dollars back salary. Through the influence of the Emperor and Empress, shops in Paris are now shut on Sunday to a great extent. The wife of Mr. B. B. Vandergriff, a cit izen of Ciucinnali, has, by the recent death of a relative, become heir to an estate in Coba valued at $100,000. Experiments with cotton seed are to rs made on the prairies of Illinois. It isbe lieved that it may be acclimated to those regions. The late cock fight in New York lasted twelve consecutive hours, having been bro ken op br the police three times. Fifty thousand "dollars exchanged hands on the occasion. So severe was the cold in London, Eng land, three weeks ago, that a woman was frozen to death while tending an oyster tall at the corner of a street. The largest sugar crop ever made in the Island of Cuba is said to have been made last year on the Isabel estate, Guantana- mo. On 275 acres of land was made 671...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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