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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 February 1829

7'ENDERS FOR COVIfICISSARIA7' SPURS. A NY person possessed of bn' odd spar; seve, njd o : alfE inches in length, from the, heel to the rdo#cI, Awill rceive ohte day's full pay, that is, seveon jand, aI Ipence, frbom~a'clrk who bpaoke his spr un the snee 'sender's sh'in. - . *Thc joggers must not be less tbii one inch in rlengtb, and the spur made pfpolished ste.el, As'tbe Adiertls er may ib called opon to visit s9ne 'dut station, eu"hn )iorscp tai~liit be lirodured, he is *nxioas to''htvee two'spucs, to lot the Miiack twbeu ,, bis idigpiIý. ,add. qXieta tbsa lwh medaote applica . 'tion may be 'made to M'r. V onzor, yiiiaq d4 Spirtt, at up-start TA'oa. f '5

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor, The
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SYDNEY MARKET [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 February 1829

SYDNEY MARKET Avecrage price of Wheat$8s. Od.-Maizo'1 Is. Od.--Barn -.",(y 4s. 6d.--Oats 0s. Od.--Fine Floolr 23s. Stg.per cwt.-Seconds 20s. Stg. -Potntoes 22s. to. 20. Butter Is. (id. to 2s. 6d.-Eggs "is.-Onion? 3d. ' Cheese is. 3d. to Is. 9d--Bread:'.d. to 6d.-F?uit dear.-Fowls 6s. to 7s. pvcr couple--D'ks ss: to 10s.* per *couple-;Geseae 10s. each-:-Turkies 12s8 each. No. 81 George Strrrt tSydney New So.i :ab.s EDITUID, PI?N'rItD, AND PUsirlSIp1p IIY T-F:' PROPNTlE'Ij'P" 't' : ý. '. EDWA4.D SMIy AL,·-''. ...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &c. &c. TAKEN AT 7 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 February 1829

?BMORANDIUM FOR THE RENSUING WBEEK. ?ARIATIONS- OF, TBBBDMOMETER,. &C. &C. TAKEN" ; AT' ; 1IN "THII MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. "ligh Water 41 m. p:-7 Morn.--8' t night. Blas. aitn rises 12 m. p.5.-Sets 48 min. p. 6. High Water, 15 m. p. 8 Morn.- S Ne Moon, 36"m. p. noon. High Water, 30 min. P. 8 Morn.-54 m. p. 8 1 Night. Agatha. S. l High 'Water, 10 in the Morn.--20 ?. p. 10 S High Witer, 35 mni.'p. 10 Morn.-48 m. p. ..I .1 . ·10Nt. 5 j1 tli. Sunday after Ephihany. i ''ihgh Water .I .m.p. 11'morn.--27 m. p. 1 i ight. 7.'U1 ! Hligh Water 45 m..P. 1 Morn. sATUrORDAY.........70 86 74N. E. 'Fa:r. :Sud...DA :. :...... 6884 70 Do. Do.' MONDY ........6570 174 S. E. Cloudy T'rSDs ' 6 ........ 6970 Do. Fair WDNESDAvY.. .. 70 84169 Do. )o. THURSbAY ...... 7186 70 N. E. Cloudy i?f? RIDAY ... ....1.. 73184170 Do. Fair.

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 February 1829

.drrival--On "Friday the Waterloo from Port Ial1 rymple, 26th Jan. Cargo wheat arid wool.:, . :a Tuesday the .Caroline from New Zealand,' 8t",i 4n Cargo seal skins flr. On; Friday, the Lord Rodn]eyi from Launceston, 25th Jan. Cargo seal skins &c. "( Snturcdiy the PoPkling:tdn. from the Sperm-fishery 21it' Oct It27. Cargo 200 tons of Sperm Oil. On Mon day the Liberty from Newcastle 31st ultimo. ,Cargo Coals. Deartrltres--On'the 25th the ludwstry, for Otaheite,' Same d:ay-the Caronet. for Fort Dalrymple. On the 2Sh the ?a?rtnet for London. On the 31st the t/ica for Hobart Town. This day' the Royal George. for Bombay. Sine day Borneo for Batavia: And t?4 Ad miral Gifford, for New Zealand. 4 Prqjected Dapartvurc..--This day tho Lord'Liverpool Necwcastle. On Wedcesday the Isabella, for. Poil Maecluaric; and Norfolk Island. O'.:,Thursdday, 'Th l tannia for Lonudon, ud the Govcr$or Phillip f:r Moreton Bay on the 5th Inst. d. ........ ...... ..... . u .," ",.'"ps ".'M1"rw"."Y~swV+1ý...

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COBBETT'S LETTER TO HIS GRACE OF WELLINGTON. (Continued from our last page, 1476.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 February 1829

COBBETT'S LETTER TO HIS GRACE OP ' WELLINGTON. (Continued from our last page, 1476.) The writer, whom I have quoted above (and he it by no means singular in his views) thinks or at leaue says, " let worst conae tol worst, we have only to " apply a sponge, as other European powwra have done " bjore us." This is a great fallacy : no European power hna ever had a debt of a thousandth part of the amortnt. 'There never has been a debt that bore any reremblance to ours, either in its amount, or it: distribution, or itseharacter. Here the annuitants form a much more numerous body of persons than thato the owners of the houae avsd La? : theitr aggre ;* m e 5ceeds that oft te Iand and the house-owner acy employ a great number of persons : so that to jea them up, would be to break up society itself; ad this, let it be observed, in the Lnidst of war . This, adeven an attempt at it, would create such co'ifusion gid uproar, such anarthy, as no man can anticipate VAthout.horror. In short, five hu...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 February 1829

Tb CORRBSPOND? NTS.-d.vrriisenents sent to tShi office m:st speify on the face of ti th e n, umba?? of timesf they are to be advertiled, othertwiao they will be continued until cQuntermanded. r ,.,everZl lettras addressed to us, are lying in Ike Post O~ce, bur not being post-paid we capnot draw them. -- '- m m m mmm?Iml ml mmlmmmmm mmmm~ m

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THE LATE MR. HOWE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 February 1829

THIE LATE Ma. HOwl#., On Friday, in the afternaon, asn rpq posed of respecta le householders, was the remains of this unfortunate Gentle the evidence of the witnessess exarmined, it . peared, that Mr. Howc*bouglht:a boat. on Thti1 day morning, and in the aftt'eoun about 5 o'Il?;?i taking his infant child and.his groom alo?j vtiti': him, (the. latter carrying a basket containing 're.?: freshlmenr,) be .went on board, and roiwed as fai: as Pinchgut Island, and there made the bdat fa, to : the.. shore, while they fished. Some tiu??g elapsed in fishing, when the sails, underwent: the hands of tne_ groom, some handling or.. fi teration. Mr. Howe rose suddenly to take'li child from one situation in the boat, to fix ji,' another, when the breeze, which had suddil { sprung up, operatedeo-much on the sails, that af . ded by Mr. Howes new perpendicular position; the. little vessel went over, and.every thing fell into the water. It is supposed,.. the fishing lines land 'basket fell near to .M1...

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SELECT POETRY. ON THE STRENGTH OF GREAT BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 February 1829

SELEC'T'. POETRY. .ON: THE STRENGTHE OF GREAT BRITAIN. Island of bliss l" amid the subject seas 'That thunder rbimd thy rocky coast, set up At once the wonder, terror, and delight Of distant nations, whose remotest shores 'Can soon be shaken by.thy naval arm; .Not to be shook thyself, but all assaults -,affing, as thy hoar cliffs the loud bea wave . ' O Thou! by whose almighty nod, the scale SOf empires rises, or alternate falls ! send forth thy saying virties round the lind In bright patrole ! white.Peace, and social Love;. The tender-looking Charityrintent . On gentle deeds, and shedding teats thrY' smiles; Jndaunted Truth, and Dignity 'of mind; (Courage`composed, and keen; -sound Temperance, IHealthful in heart and look ; clear Chastity, With blushes reddening as she moves along, Disorder'd .at the deep regard sh.p draws: *Rough Industry : Acivity untired With copious lihfe inform'd, and all awake; * While in the radiant front, superior shines' The first paternal virtue, Public Z...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. COLONIAL SECRETARY, AND ELIZABETH BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 February 1829

"DOMESTIC. INTELLIGENCE. 'COLO.N[AL SECRETARY, AND, ELIZABETH BAY. The trifle of ONE IHUDRED POUNDS sterling (we know it upon pnqpestionable.authority,) do. the .proprietors d'emand for one single acre of that piece of swamp, making one side of a diagonal betwixt the road leading towards the South-head,;and that romantic spot called Elizabeth Bay, now the estate of the Honorable Alex anderM'Leay, Esquire, (Colonial Secretary, a memrber of the respective Councils, Honorary Patron of various saintly andi scientifi~ societies here and elsewhere, F. R. S. E.,and4L., and something else we forget what;. but the same Honourable Gentlemen will -pray pardon our memory.) "One hundred pound sterlings for an acre of swamp ?.-(! !-!) These acres of swamp, of which the acre aforesaid numbers one, adjoin Elizabeth Bay; but that is. no. all swamp. " Interpersed with a masn f rocks, romantically towering here and there, Eli abeth Bay has fertile patches--woods andJmeadows, and, what is better still,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 February 1829

r.JYe beg to Inform our Subscribers both in town. an country, they must consider the deliuery oftheir V ws papers by us'to the Post-master in Sydney as regards oui friends up the country, and to our news-carrier as regards our friends in Town, a valid delivery to' them in law ,respectively ; the same ds if put intp. their own hands. Subscribers who do not receice their papers regularly, 'are reqested to complain 'to .u by letter; (post paid), and, as far as we can, we will rse cdy the evil. But we will not 'be answerable for th delivery of'our Journal in a more efectual man vier than thus set forth. This is the conditio an an which we selt our .Jqurnal, anid of iwhich we creb . i equest all.our.&S6icribers, to take notice. i2'he public are cautioned to pay no money, nor make any settlement on account of. the Propi'itor of thi' Journal,., without demanding, a PRNTED receipt* signed by .?m in his own proper hand writing. Mi6ney. paid on his: account without such receipt, will ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 February 1829

To TIE EDITOR ,oF TIE"MONITOl. IHAVy4No ob!!serv,?l in your. valuable paper., of the 23rd. ulth'o, some ,.remuarks occauioned'. b the manner. ii which, the late iinforti~nate E<.' wards nisd' -Lookaye, 'come by? his .tleath` ;i' .hope that this cbmmunicatgtpi hiav imeet th't ?.:' of the Attorney '(feeraalI' .ifat b r his and theC Australian 'public itiformuatir?, ':'??i certaii circt1 stance of recent.occiirrteQce.' . O::the 18tli. f November last, crown prisoner -Thlomas Chrmwi (principal. overteer of the :go. vern men t.doinains, gardepp, and paddocks), a,;i a tive' of Norfolk Island, chpnvicted "eleveni, yzars since foir''sheep stealnfig, i'nY -V?. D ti'.. Initi,- as 'sent to the bush for thlep, ?ose ofl s·ittjig some choice inrda, with ordlcrs. to retuft' to tih, 'settlemetnt withont fail in 14 days. I.'htce :weeks weeks elapsed withtout his returning, at which ,. period two riuoners one of whom.(ntni d Davis,) was perfectly , aeqninmltned withi thi. ?iutryyfr 60 mile...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 February 1829

ý:*.' ''.i.*lBdii anklias ,een- ruined , ir r beoards. of Drectbrs... Frn that m, 1i hs, it-would rise as the -PhBeIs' -farbbots a.hesf?biit that the said Directors will" et" eernw . They still persevere more or less iq.a-I iwiinthe bills of defaulters to remain over diftl; and;so long ns; this system, is, acteI. upon, the S'Balk of course-we say of course--cannot rear its .head. A sinll degree off.improvement, it is trub, has been -attempted;i ust enough to maihe ,elieve,~ the Directors are at lenoth. sensible of tleir gross ignorance, of their duty, and teat they are also a little :ashamed of the dilemma. into which that ignorance has brought: the elder SB gopular Instituition. It is a remarkable cir ounstanCe, but a circumstance for the truth of which we pledgee ourselves, and refer in' fact to the books of the old Bank, that most of the bills over-due (over-due from one to iten months, and still daily increasing) BELONG TO T?v DIREC TORS, PROPRIETORS, AND CUSTOMERS, OF THE NEW '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 February 1829

SOU ' i-ASIAN 1,1GIST/R. F thi 1ork, will appetrP i a few days arid as it cOa,sp1etes :he firit Vo!aime, it S itendLed tio '?Se an ind.x sad title-lpa.e ti'iexed. 'Thirte w.h wi-h to have the four ..ýumb rs coiinile.e, iare retPIICPtei to lnake -'?* ly a1ppli' .c .n. or atone will be left. N. Bi. A n Aloiaaack folr I82l, will be tiached witlmIou clIharge. tifPl~CfII CAXTTLE-.' I.HRInE or four hundred head of fine T MI[C[i ( A'1' I'LE fo)r stale, now gra .sing ou one of th" tine.,t ruts in the Count:y. S?A farm of C2 000 arres to be let along with them (if vanted) on which are erected a .mall Cotr;ie, yards, padtocks, &Ae; to gjher with a team, cart, plough, &c. erins-Notes well endorsed and carrying inteiests at 6, L2, and Is months. A A ",ly , { t1. ' v ine" \1t ot cr .. . .(e. ,.-a Fair at P .tterson's Plains, but beint. Suable to rccomplish - the formalities esseen: *:, irtlereto, have determined to hold a o .i"?eral sale for the disposal of stock, the pi:urchase ...

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(Continued from our last, page 1,174.) ADVICE TO THE OFFICERS OF THE BRITISH ARMY. CHAPTER II. To Aid-de-Camps of General Officers. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 February 1829

(loactiseued from our asTt, page 1,174) ADVICE TO T.HE OFFICERS OF '1 iE ilftTISH ARMlI CHAI'l'i"R II. Ti .4id.de-Cramps.of General Ofoier. AN Alid" de-Cutup is ae hii (General, what ?~. cure ans . to Jupiler, and what the ja:;cual it' the itun. It is a post that very few can fill er ditt,.n,: req aires.pal:t-t and education, to e?ej cute it- udui.b with proprierv. Mistake i.enu not, I do sot n,.an that you should puzzIe your braIui wit h math,.nslics, or spoil.our eyes wjth poriing ovtr Gre:ek .and Latin. Nor is it nct'eseary y0h , alotould understaid Iailitary Iun;autietvres, or evegi the s,,lnu.al exe cise. It is the graces you mlus court, ,y ,meanubs ofu their high priest, a dancilu,". - mast'r. Learn to nlake a good how ; that is grand essential; the next is to carve atnd hol the toast.; land'if you aspire to great eminenceI get a few 'Franch and (German phrases by rote:. thelse, Iheidcs }iving you an air of learning, ml induce people o sut pose you have served abro. Next to th...

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TO ADELPHOS—" sub umbra." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 February 1829

To ADELPHOS-" Sub umbra." As I glanced over your latin quotation, from Magna Charta, I exclaimed, here comes a pedant from the shade, mantled, as usual, with self-impor tance, as ready to deceive the public with sollpistry, as he is to look upon himsclf as a learned man !' Having sued for merct7 in the termination of your first paragraph, I conclude that you have felt the lash of " critical ccnsu:re," and now dread the sting. of the Scorpion and the shafts of the 4rcher, a seeond.. time.* After promising more than you have attempted-to:, perform, in painting out the qualifications.of a Jurors you go on to state;' " We have how hled considerable experience of the Jury system, Qin~ the Qruarter Sessions Court ; and it has become vbvious, and-that to the warmest advo cates'of its introduction, that. it has totally failed;. nor can any man shut his eyes to the fact, that this failure has been attributable to the too general ad mission, of all claimants to the right of exercising. the fu...

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INCREASING DISTRESS OF THE COUNTRY, AND COMING OF "LATE PANIC." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 February 1829

INCREASING DISTRESS OF THE COUNTRY, AND COMING OF " LATE PANIC.". ONE of .our Contemporaries has, very pro perly, discussed the present state of..trade, and of the money market in Sydney. As a natural and ready mode of pursuing the same end, but by' a route somewhat different, we shall now quote the opinions of our brother Editor, and mi?ke some remarks thereon. " Every bady is,offering to. sell-nobody offers, to buy. Houses--ships-inveptments-grants--leases allotments-.farms--houses-cattlec-heep-pips, &c &c. &c. &c. &c. &c. are proclaimed for sale-pro. claimed by, the printer- proclaimed by the auctioneer -proclaimed by the 'bellman ; but the proclamation is not hecded : the, largest letters of the printer-the loudest orations of th" auctiori-room--the pigst melo dions chimes of the ringer, are alike ineffective in the difficult art of persuasion. Cattle at 21. a head, and. ;.sheep at three dollars, and other things at a proportion at...

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THE MONITOR. MONDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 2, 1829 FORTY-FIRST ANNIVERSARY OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 February 1829

S.-THE MO- TOR. MONIJDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRWUAY 2, 1829 F'ORTY-FIRST ANNIVERSARY" OF THE COLONY. TI?i auspiioous 'dy, (that,should have been at least) arrived-and passed away on Monday last, with dulaess surpassing all previous public Holidays. Suci is the gloom inducedtby the seasons; height ,e sid by the mneasurcs of Government. This .Government celebrated it in its fashion, b.y the dischaige at Dawes's Battery ,of a certai:i num ber of twentyrfour pounders, at one o'clock in the afternoon. His ExcellenCy however gave no ;other public demonstration' that we are aware, oif any special delight dn his, part, 'in the natal ,day of the Country over whici the "Iing, the real father of his people at home and in t~c Co. onies, has been pleased. to constitute biuinliis "e prsepntative a.:d Vic:-gereut. '*IT has: ieen customary ever since . Governor Macquarie administered the- government of this Colony, for the qolonists to as.emble together and dine in, some public room. Two years ago, .nearl...

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(Domestic.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 February 1829

- (Dazesti&e.) MNrit.&cHOLt' :OcuR' L.: -'.--A 'very' old Cold nist, a French Gentlemen,, highly allied,/nerally understood to be a branch of the Royal farily of Bouibon, has lately been missing in Argyle, and it is supposed he now lies a.corpse in some part of those 'dreadful yawning' gullies which lead to Shjoal Haven. ?Monsieur Louis was an Emigrant who fled from Paris in 1792; and was induced, under the patronage of 'the BritishvGovernment, to come over to N. S. Wales in the early settlement of the ColOny.' M. Louis was a Catholic Gentleman and a scholar; and.what is still, ,-more, he was a sincere Christian. Such was the meek ness of his manners, his simple unaffected goodness; that, aided by his erildition, his infliidnce.on his family in guidifig their faith';was such as might'be exptetd. :-His 'only 'daughter, married a Gentleman about 17 -:ycars ago of good fatily, who settled with .bhis wife and Father-in-law in Argyle, in a rich vale of that otheruwise bar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 February 1829

NOTICE TO rHE .PUBLIC. l'g the ?readers of the M'nohitoi.---Gelitlemen of rank, 'p" c'vil and militiary officers, whether subscribers to. 6{.o v?t.alp or not, are in:formed, that it will be es med a favour if they will transmit to the office of tie Monitor a memorandum of 'tny birth; deathr,"or m'arriage whicbh way take place in their fatnilies or "niong their connexions either in the Colony or in Eaglaud. Theforrm and style of such communica tions, will be implicitly observed by our printer, as it, is wished to makesthis journal a register of incidents of this kind, as well for the gratificition" of our Co o 0nial, as of our foreign readers. S: SALES. BY AUCTION. BY MR.'S. LYONS, At` the Residence or Mr. Melville, corner of il Market and Pitt Streets, on Wednesday the 4th February,..at 11 o'clock, without Sreserve, CHOlCE selection oat Goods, consisting Sf 46 rich silk cloaks, 112. silk dresses ' and jielisses. children's cloth and striped jean dresses, Itdies' muslin, prints and s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 February 1829

i'uiible frrenttald tiestdience SutSed F?b r ,It.Rspectable anid Genteel Framily. 2R,. "Bi)O~WNf AM: auntioucees iC loe uumI. --ru+Ta ant dis'uenui.t.ed L'.,taIb that he is tstI ?ct:,t1 to bti8lL lay Pi~ti A I'i. 4t(N'ITAC'I T, 5t exceptieJl ,.d , ,'eeminy , rec.red R *?LSr~DE E of lr. Lang, situatedl at the Corner of Kent ;:1 ,BtiLur~t-streets i 'dSaey 'ilTh: ousae com prises ini the attic, 2 ,,s.ia ; ,an, 3 be::-room .pon the first flieer, 2 1}arloura .,poa the ground loor, whit ~ ,t?re. clo 4. t, 1p.? m y, Ce. complete, ."o'ach-houl.e. stalrle for .2 twre , itczens, Ihake - house ,aaUd evee, witt' ,ervailts' lofts, &c. dettached. The House uad gi t,ta coott pri.e a i'uontuge of 7O. feet in breadth, and a depth of 120 feet. There is a well of ,vate:r, capabte of supplying the ~vhol, of tlhe itl anediate aaeighbuurhood, even in tile d'ie-Lt slitesoi:t. T'is PiotlrtV it in the itneist substantial state .of re-pair, 'mid i~re div gi-od reatLtiee. C(N,'Ifl''4)NS tf) 'PAYAMiEN ...

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