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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 1 November 1851

it ggf TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. NOVEMBER 1 ".86 r r r if r ?:- ' i'i liVa to- . ThiPffMiiiirr Items. Xkw York October 13.--Cossiitli is expected to arrive Jorc . 7 i ' n. t. iWKnnn nrn rnnU'iilfV to rcCClTO 111 tWO WUUKB. VJlUllli mul"""""" - o Iiim. Ho is accompanied by liis Yrifo and three sons. Nkwakk N. J.. October. 13. The Jury hi the case of Mar- garet Garlo oftor being out forty hours wtf"1 oY not guilty on the ground of insanity. Tins is lie woman Ivc bofoivo who about two months ago stabbed her lover to death in Newark after ho had married another woman. Baltimore October 13. Fukkkalof Com. Wakkinotok The fuuoral of Commodoro Warrington takes place at nsh- MST I? LETTERS REMAINIG in tlio Post Officont Austin Tcxns November 1st. 1851. sons calling for the same will plcnso say advertised. Pcr- ycars at tlio timo or ms ueatn. mu b" " "- "" " ' suod by tlio Secretary of tho Navy to the commandant of the .liffitront nnvnl Hrnfinns fnrtllO TllimOSC of tOStlfVlllfC the respect ineton ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 1 November 1851

5 E-A E ml $ V m 1 FALIi AN WHVTl-K UOOJS rccau Street Austin Texas. SAMPSON lI2iriiICKS TTAV n now in store and tiro daily receiving from the northern find eastern !X eitioythugp supply of FALL and WINTER GOODS of every descrip- tion which in addition to their former stock renders theirs a very desirable ono to select from. Among them may be found Staple and Fancy B$ry-Goods Viz': Blankets kersey ICentiieky jeans. iittinets bleached and brown domes- tics calicoes ginghams delaines and cashmeres dress and bonnet silks satins rilions gloves L. C. handkerchiefs &c. White Stress Goods A full assortment of every description. Clollting A full assortment consisting of dress frock and overcoats pantaloons and vests. Gentlemen will find it to their advantage to examine our stock pre- vious to purchasing as they lmvu been manufactured under our own supervis- ion expressly lor this market. Hoots and Shoes Hats. Caps and Bonnets; tifei. HOSIERY SHIRTS A- FANCY ARTICLES Tor the toilet ; tog...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 1 November 1851

1 awjuwiiuanunBJLvmm TEXAS STATE &AZETTE. NOVEMBER 1 18 ESYRA.YS DALW8 TOUNTY.--TAKEN UP by -Johh P. Coles nnd posted J. it Mcicair. J. v. a liorsn nnu a warn una ucscnucu us imu? . - .1 '.... '.. '.. 1.1 olnii 1A mn.U hlli nn. valued nt llilflV-flvC "before maro isu t'jrj .dollars. The horse i.t. ...i..- i..i ...iii. -valued at thirty-live dollars. A. Ledbcltcr nnd S. B. Hopkins appraisers isn stud two years old paM of a dark mouse color mixed iih a Utile while In his face about I-i 1-2 hands high and iitnr A. T.eilhftinr niwl a. n. Flunking nnnrnisers. Aho Tnken up by S. B Itunyor nnd posted before A. Beard j .p .of 'Pre- :iuct No. 1 a white. Spanish niare pony with a Spnnfshbrandor he right thigh. (tUppOSCU 10 UC 14 nanus nigirnHU u jtuia uiu mai rii.u6 j-r ' Medullars by W Bogged and J 11 Swindells. HARW00D cekt MILAM COUNTir.--TAKEN UF by Samuel II. Johnson nnd uoited before D. G. Davis j. p. a bay horse about fiAcen and a hnf hands high iupPocd to be about six years old br...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 8 November 1851

'vTt W :JWfuWiit4fi' t 'VWWtf -. I i. 5 ilrt.. VOL. III. AUSTIN TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 8 1851. NO. 12. stfpir raytttl'rVaA" A 1 f! - -srg- ' ". - i ? : . .KBfflKMMSliiaatlyK fPJin 45fi3i9B3. " THE TEXAS STATE GAZETTE t PUBLISHED awl circulated in every County in the State) WEEKLY BY . CUSHNEY & HAMPTON State Printers. Terms SUBSCRIPTION. Three lMlu.it per Volume cf filly-two numbers If paid in ndv.mrc or within one inouili from ihe lime of sublet ibing or Four Dollars if nol thus p lid in iidviinec. ADVERTISING. Adveitisetnent; will be inserted nl One Dollar per square of sewn lines or lev for ilie first insertion nnd fifty cents lor each continuance. One-li.'ill these t liaryes will be made to llioso who advertise by the year with the privilege ol eliiiufjinu quancily. - Bhmii" s Cauls of not more than one square will be inserted for ten dollars per annum. Aniunincvnu'nts of Candidates for Oflice and all political personal and busi- ness Coinui'inicitions promotive of individu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 8 November 1851

wimlmmmmmmm9mmtmmmfmmm'me!gmmmmmmmtmwiimmi . - LiiSHMRVwKtl T7 r Vatam TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. NOVEMBER 8. 90 K Bo presented with a pocket Aladiu's lamp should ho need a roy of golden light to direct his footsteps in the path of duty. I trust nonc will bo so benighted. I am sure tho corrupt means long practised U1 omo of the old northern States of buying and guzzling bill8 tlirou"h tho legislature will bo spurned by the members of ours. The stakes' here aro high and the veteran borers who will be in attendance ein afTord to play ajrec game. Tho people however will look on and keep tho tallies. Should you Messrs. Editors be so obliging as to insert this com- munication. I will endeavor in a few days to find time to offer my opinions in full on this most important subject in another number of your paper. Mini iuuijiu ui mu omiu diiuuiu n. - .... iiikv vuuu own hands hold meetings and adopt oilier proper steps to enlighten and instruct their representatives how to act in this critical eme...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 8 November 1851

1851. TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. 91 If 04 1 On Enrolled Bills Messrs. Tankcrsly Bryan ofBrazoria! morning 10 o'clock; lost. Bee and Taylor of Harrison. I Mr. Tcal proposed the following resolution : jicsocvcu mat smoKing do proniuiteu in rnoiiuu uurmgmo On Indian Affairs Messrs. Neighbors Browdcr Throck morton Neal and Titus. On Puhlio Printing Messrs. Charlton Hatch Wren Neal and Rossy. On Post Pontes Messrs. Raines Wilson Runnels Grins- ted Evans of Bexar and Cannon. Mr. Hartley by leave of the House was excused from serv- ing on the Enrolling Committee. Mr. Tankcrsly asked leave of the House to be excused from serving on the Enrolling' Committee which was refused. Mr. Bryan of Brazoria Chairman ot the Committee on the part of the House to wait upon His Excellency the Governor and inform him that the two Houses of the Legislature were or- ganized and ready to receivo any communication he had to make reported duty performed ; and that Ilia Excellency the Governor returned in answer that ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 8 November 1851

NOVEMBER 8 TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. 02 w j? .. i jfouitl) Ccgi0lalHtc of f&txas. .... .' 'iL ii '"" '-! i nriri r ' "" SENATE. Austin November 3 1851. Bo it remombored that on this the third day of November in the year of our Lord ono thousand eight hundred mid fiity- rnxo being the day set apart by law for the biennial meeting of the Legislature the Senate of the Stato of Texas convened at tho Capitol of said State in the City of Austin when and ixrltnvn Mm fnlkiwill" tll'nP.(fclillf?t Wd'O had. Tho lion. John A. Greer Lieutenant-Governor and ex officio President of the Senate took tho Chair and called tho Senate to order. Mr. N. 0. Raymond was appointed Secretary pro few. and Mr. Thomas Ward Scrgcant-atArms pro tern. Tho roll of Senators elect being called by District the fol- lowing gontlomen appeared and presented their credentials and boingqualiiicd took their seats. From District No. 1 composed of tho counties of Red River and Bowie Joseph II. Burks. From District No. 3 compos...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 8 November 1851

i in 1851. TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. 93 cc u u u There yet being no choice tho House proceeded to a Gth balloting' when' Air. Bryan received 12 votes Dickson 2L " Runnels 22 " Fields 1 .1 rmvii'a 1 " There yet being no choice tho House proceeded toft 7th bal- loting when Mr. .Bryan received J 3 votes. " Dickson " 23 " . " Runnels " 20 " " Fields " 2 There yet being no choice tho House proceeded to ballot the 8th time when Mr. Bryan received 11 votes. " Dickson " 24 " " Runnels " 22 " " Fields " 1 " There being yet no choice the House proceeded to a 0th bal- loting when Mr. Brvan received 11 votes. " Dickson " 2S " " Runnels " 10 " There being yet no choice the House proceeded to a 10th bal- loting. Mr. Stapp withdrew the name of Mr. Bryan. The ballot stood as follows : Mr. Dickson received 30 votes. ' tunnels " 27 " Mr. Dickson having received a majority of all the votes cast was declared duly elected Speaker of the House of .Representa- tives for the present term. On motion uf Mr.Tanker...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 8 November 1851

mWHHnHMHjmHHaHHHHHHHHHHHBHHpppgggppB llnd nlillBUiiiltlltrill $i TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. NOVEMBER 8 IP Lf Pi I'? i J.' u nr MARRIED In this City on tho Cth instant by tlio Rov. Finis E. Foster Mr. D. W. Dip- na to Mm. Haruiet Hormk all of thi9 city. - fi2?Tii Scguln Guadalupe county on tho 20th ultimo by tho' Rev. Mr. Gould i Mr. J. C. Hiaoins of Bastrop county to Miss Maiiy A. Kkbner of Seguin. SZSD In tliis city on tho 3rd instant Mr. Nicholas McAtiTiitm a highly respected niiu usotul citizen. Fifty Hollars Reward. R ANA WAY from the subscriber in Brazoria county Texas about tho first of July last a negro man named ADAM nbout 50 years old; black com- plexion stout and heavy sot 5 feet 7 inches high head nnd whiskers rather gray calls himself Adam Ynntior. is passing himself off as a free man is a shoomakor nnd something of a blacksmith and sore-lee. doctor. When last heard from ho was riding a mule in La Grange rp- Tho nbovo reward will be paid for tho arrest and safe keoping of Adam...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 8 November 1851

1851. TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. ft illUU miirH The Austin Female Academy. THE THIRD SESSION oflhis Institution will commence on Mon- ilnv tln (iih nt" October. 1851 . Amnle arrangements are beine made by the Hoard of Trustees for Teachers in the usual departments ; and it is intended to make the Institution inferior tc none in the South. A thorough Collegiate course will be adopted and as soon as possible a Philosophical and Chemical Apparatus will be obtained. TERHS PER SESSION OF 5 MONTHS: Preparatory Department $12. Collegiate Department from 15 to $20. Music with uso of Instrument 25. Drawing Painting etc. at the usual rates. HOARD can be had in private families at from $8 to $10 per month. r'j- Deductions will be made lrom the above charges only in cases oi pro traded illness. Col. 0 Kyle. N. Towns Ni Ja.su s iManoiii Austin. September 1851. HOARD OF J. B. BtNKS J. W. Hampton G. D. Glascock G. G. I1AGGERLY Principal TRUSTEES. Dr. J ost fii Uowk W. B. Bunnnrr Tno. II. Jones A. Grooms...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 8 November 1851

gWfr .1 SfcWI WiiifeHgJ y y -rfwStr -"gyj .jj1.. -w n' ' ". TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. 8 i I M f 3 ' r ft v kC11cv1 Ijand Agency. J. CASTANIE General Land Agent and Commission Merchant HOUSTON TEXAS WILL attend to the nalc.of land location or ccnlfiralcs recording of deeds payment of taxes obtaining of patents 1mm the General Land Oflice. perfecting ol titles settlement of cstnlcs and nil matter pertaining to lands generally in the Stole ot Texas; nnd nlso will sell and buy good on commis- sion. Persons Intrnslfiig business to him may be suicof a prompt attention to the Mine. Office Long Row. Ki:ri:iinNoi:s. Houiton A. S. Ituthven J.S. Roberts B. F. Tanker.sley Wrn. R. Barker. Galveston Rice & Nichols. J. N. Reld W. Richardson John Levi. Marshall M. J. Hall. Jiustin Capi. Crosby Beni. F. Hill Lauui Moore 1 De Cordova. Snn Jlntnnio B. Lncarte F. Glrand. Cattrovillc James Paul Henry Castro. New Orleans La.U L. Shaw Robert Kerr F. llrlchtor Gardner Smith W.J. Morton. Cincinnati Henry Mil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 15 November 1851

rW VMtvv 4wie jpViWlSSK A-ft l .s-esssstatsg .if ir(i t i i 1 VOL. III. AUSTIN TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 15 1851. NO. 13' b'if n vi TUB TEXAS STATE GAZETTE PUBLISHED (and circulated in every County in the State) WEEKLY BY CUSIINEY & HAMPTON State Printers. -Terms SUBSCRIPTION. Three Dollars per Volume cf filly-two numbers if paid In advance or within one month from the lime of subscribing or Pour Dollars If not ihus paid in advance. ADVERTISING. Advertisements will be inserted at One Dollar per square oT!even lines or less for the (hat in-eriion and filly cents ior each conlinuance. One-half these charges will he made to those who advertise by the year with the privilege of changing quarterly. Business Cards ol not more than one square will be inserted for ten dollars per annum. Announcements of Candidates for Office and all political personal and busi- ness Communications promotive of individual interests will be charged as Ad- vertisements. All Advertisements the publication of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 15 November 1851

vr:mm" ijiiwi mpiD- pjRnw1' 98 TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. NOVEMBER 15. jj"wf(jiwSi H j 11 TEXAS STATE GAZETTE it H. P. BREWSTER Editor; J. "W. HAMPTON Aooociato Editor. Cv.i'(5) i L . City of Austin November 15 1851. 07- E. W. WILEY No. 57 Camp street Now Orleans Is a duly authorized BKOrttlfor Iko ?V Stare Gazette in thnt city to receive subscriptions and nil- Torjiseraents and receipt for the same. Tho Legislature. The great length of the Governor's Message exclude almost entirely the re- port of legislate proceedings for our weekly iue. It is no great loss to our riders however for but little of Inlere?t has as yet been done. Each House has been engaged principally in referring petitions and bills lo the appropriate committees and in the usual routine preparatory to entering Intelligently upon the important business of the session. There seems to be n general anxiety mong the members of both Houses to enter at onco upon tho questions regarded by them and their constituents as demanding...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 15 November 1851

- nw ""' vws-"" "W" yoiw M WWVr'V TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. 099 i 'V GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. Executive Department State of Texas. ) Austin November 10 1851. J To the Honorable the Senate and House of Representatives : In the discharge of my official duties the task again devolves upon mo of communicating with you as the immediate repre- sentatives of our common constituency and of recommending euch measure for your action as in my judgment will best con- duce to their interest and welfare. I experience much satisfaction in tho performance of this duty from the reflection that coming as you have done direct- ly irom the midst of tho people you have brought with you a knowledge of their views and opinions in reference to many of tho important subjects which will claim your attention during the present session of tho Legislature and with that kuowlodgo you will bo able by your united efforts to carry out those views in a manner that will be satisfactory to them ; and at tho same time maintain t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 15 November 1851

-jiSS1" 2K" IW- B wp v EWttM IM i-i (K)M TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. NOVEMBER 15 .natte;b and I thercforb 'suggest and respectfully recommend an tlmfrndcquato appropriations? bo made to uid such enterprises h;iatnVo already engaged in clearing out our principal rivers or imjwiy dthor well calculated and practical system ot internal im- "lJrovcment in order that the facilities of transportation and 'commerce may bo extended as far into tho interior ol the coun- try as the natural capacities will permit. ..... ... ' 'The practical utility which would result from tho fostering aid iwid encouragement of the govenimcnt in works of this kind Wild bo immediately felt in every part ol tho land and al- " though the extent of these benefits mightnot be commensurate .-.with tho wishes or tho necessities of all yet as this would bo v going as.- lav as the present resources ui wiu nuuv m jui"j fi. when wo regard tho claims of other important interests it is Jibeliovcd that it would givo general satisfa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 15 November 1851

"'Sgg "ltt!-r- - . ' ww-nrvr"F" p"5;rl"T A IH '"qamjimwinin ii iniiiim iiiiiiinii.WJiiMinii iiimjnmiwm af"iirVBMWW.i jftw!'""lixmnmtMmiiiiutinmiiiiinirrm 1851 TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. - around which tho reluctant and disaffected of the adja- cent counties would have rallied in support of our jurisdiction and laws. It will be recollected that the Commissioner appointed to ex- tend the State's jurisdiction over the north western counties was received at El Paso with respect and courtesy ana tno pro position which he bore irom his government were eoruiany ana promptly embraced. Since the full recognition of tho laws of tho State there the people have exhibited characteristics that belonged to the older and more populous counties. They "have recently manifested their devotion to the constitution and laws of tho State in the election of an upright and intelligent .Judge; and they havo not been less judicious in their selection rtf'f-lwiii' floWntion now constituting a Dart of your Honorable ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 15 November 1851

H" SS m TEIAS STATE GAZETTE. 15 h ft 1 degraded ; and that unless eho falls back on her natural and reserved rights and avails herself of her own means of protec- tion and defence she has none ; and acting upon this impress ' ion (whether right or wrong it is now needless to discuss) bIio is preparing measures for a state of things which if carried out must -will inovitably and beyond the contingency of hope result in a dismemborment of this once and I trust still glorious .Union. And Bhall we gentlemen sit still and look calmly and supinoly on at tho browing of a coming storm so portentous of ovii to lis and to tho world without making an effort to avert it? Aro wo not admonished by our love for tho country and all its parte to make that effort? Do you believe for a mo- ment that if a conflict of arms should unfortunately arise be- tweon tho Federal Government and South Carolina that we can look quietly on undisturbed by that conflict and await its issue? Could wo see tho blood of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 15 November 1851

MeNgrfP 1851. TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. M SB Ki &$&&& W&te -. TsskSv mMM k".-: ''-V&? &NOUuwfiSM THIS MILL is supported by n substantial husk frame; ilie stones oro two In number rtiiulo of ihu best Fiouch Burr; their grinding suifare is mndo per- foctly pluin will) hick lo furrows commencing tit the centre anil terminating ill ilia circumference and increasing in wiillh as tliey recede from tbecontre so as to oc- cupy one liulf of the face of the slono the lulld and tlie furrows being tlirroby tendered equal. The Upper stone is stntionnry nnd is suppotlcd in a finme secured on tlio tap of the muni fiunio with bolls which frnmo and stone can bo taken up with eitse and dispnlcli for tlio purpose of dressing. Tlio lower stone is tbo run- ner and Is suspended by its bnla on tbo cock bead ol the spindle the hale ncurly on a level with tbo upper or grinding Burface of the stono nt tbo point ultcio it rests on the chock bead ; the centre of gravity of the stono is c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 15 November 1851

ZrJHZp mgSe. "WV. tp!k ' i.. !te 5ES2 TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. NOVEMBER 15 VXr I Si y It I K M'S fr ft M' PALMETTO jmm HOUSE Tremonl SJ're'dt'l 'JHuBL Galveston Texas. YTAY)NG$EEN.rccontly enlarged mid repaired tills well known and popu- J.X Inr HOTEL Is nrfv? tn cbinplfcte? rirdiir to necoriwiodato boarders arid tho traveling community. Tho Proprietor pledges himself that nothing shall bo wanting on his purt to mnko mid contintio it otm of tins most popular Ilotcli in Toxns. - E. BLAKEMAN' Proprietor. N. II. A Porter is always ready on nrrival and doparturo of bouts to con- rety baggrigo to anil from tlio House. lBiw S M SWVBJV&OJV Congrw Avenue IS' NOW RECEIVING AND OPENING a tresli stock of assorted inorolmn- dizo;dlrcst from Now York which ho will sell LOW FOR CASH. Tho Roods consist in part of Dry-goods cloililng. children's clothing lints vid cans boots nnd shoes blankets : hnrdwntro liollowwnro earthen wtire wootl ami willowwnro ; blacksmiths' nnd carpenters' tools lioes. axe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 22 November 1851

J- iJrt! V.f iirt ittfwtyfctrwr''BW"t'np n ! Hj 1 lUiJi VOL. III. AUSTIN TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 22 1851. NO.E rzfj - ir'gMyf A 44 .AbW P -i'-JL" - THE TEXAS STATE GAZETTE J PUBLISHED (utrf circulated in every County in the State) WEEKLY BY CUSHM2Y & HAMPTON Slate Printers. Terms. SUBSCRIPTION. Three Dollars per Volume cf filty-two numbers if paid in advance or wiihin one mouth Iroiu ilie lime ol' subscribing or Four Dollais il' not thus paid in advance. ADVERTISING. Advertisements will be inserted at One Dollar per square of seven lines or less loi the first iiiseitioiiand filty cents lot each continuance. Onchalt these chniges will be made lothose who advertise by the year with the piivilegc ol changing quarterly. Business Cards ot not more than one square will be inserted lor ten dollars per annum. Announcement'! of Candidates for Ofiice and all political personal and busi- ness Communications promotive ol individual interests will be charged as Ad- veitisements. All Advertis...

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