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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 June 1841

I - -sir -' , A. , " f' vi 'id weeks maaaftwBSta: I. ? f h- ; . -1 .TERMS $5 in advance. BT CKUGER & MODRE. PUBLISHED 'BY' CRUGER& MOORE. TERMS. Subscription, per 12 months or 52 numbers, - -S5 00 ii c " "26 " - - 3 00 u n v g- 13 . . . 2'20 " ", single paper, .----- 50 r3Q-iV( credit will be given for subscriptions; ADTEaTi3iNo, 1st insertion, - - , per square, SI 00 " 2d and subsequent insettion, " - - 50 " Political cards, each insertion, 4 00 " ,Aiinouncement"of Candidates per anno't, 10 00 A discount of.10 per cent on the above rates will be made to sh'e riETs; otTainegai notice. Persons desirous of advertising by the quarter rail do so on the f Hewing terms: Per 4 squares, wiih the privilege of changing squares eacti weeir, per quarter, $411; o squares, clianging3 each week, 50; C squares, changing 4 each week, sea . - All advertbements .sent.withont tcrilten instructions will un- less sooner f rbid, bi inserted six months, and charged accor dtngly. - c . i No personal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 June 1841

Mo. Republican, that the annual caravans thai plod a weary way to reach the famous depot of Mexican irade, have already started. A corrcspqndenLof lhatjjaperjjinj ter date of Independence, May JUhhfvaOhe wlloHrinj information of the traders, ft thTeSaVxpedition is successful, it may reach SarnaF5eriy nVsbofi"as those they are going to rival: true.ihpMis5.ouriansJiave.25, days-the start, but we hivefprobably. half the. distance the advantage.r',:i -1 & '- i V5 "lNDErKHutnuii uiu.jiuuy turn. On yeste'rdayf the fovr last 'wagons bound for Santa. Fe lett OorVillage; the hum ana bustle caused by their pres- ence" and'that Sftheir"projrieto'rs, will now be hushed for a while." In the company just started, the most extensive traders "were Messrs, ''HoucW, Mcltnight,. Muzerva and Martin thefeVyeretnanyoiher individuals, who attached themselves forself-protection, to the company, and are go- ing to Mexico. Some for pleasure, some for health, and others for ihQ collection of curios ti s a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 June 1841

LL r & rr ;"7 .4 Another Indian horde broken up.- A small company of surveyors a few weeks since discovered an nndfaTfncampmentnearicTiIandre'e .l ....J.4 . 4ofv.r.i:i :ii' i5.Ci ;i o .1 , Chandler with,apompanyrof 45. rangers went in.pnrsuit, j,andf6rtunately 'reached the encampment on Pecan .Creek jusUas the Indian .spies arrived to give notice of his ap .preach'. TJife Indians-fled in every direction.Meaving all their camp furniture, horses, mnles'&e., in the possession of their assailants.- It is supposed three or four Indians were killed jn the flight; and many were seen severely xypunded. The.horses and muleSjCaptured, are said to be remarkably, fineanimals; apparently-the choicest se- lections of the savages "The" property thus' captured was ,sold at Fjranklin'loVjSSOOO. Capt., Chandler with alarge "party of volunteers, has started again in pursuit of a party supposed 'to be lurking on the Brazos. Richland Creek has been Jnjested for the last two years by a horde of s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 June 1841

Cfcfottg in1iy-ngTti4aa... Let me add, that such u my conn denceintbcefficicy ofthb.Medicine.-thatl'recommend it to -dKrangers as weilaa acquaintances and friends, and say, as oflen. as I,peak-ofit,'lliat I consider it as above all price., 1 know of many "who liavei received important benefits from the use of yoare'LUe Pills andPhamix Bitters," and am confident, were ,yoat medicine; generally known, they would, to a great extent, prevent the use ofdeleterious medicine. TVHh my best wishes'for your prosperity and usefulness in the community, I amr'sir; respectfully, yours, &c, T.'C. NORRIS, 21, Sixth Avenue, nov 236 Bleecker street. ' NeWYork,.August2d, 183G, Mr. Jno. Moffat Dear Sir About two months since, I bad 3 severe attack of the ague andjeieij which reduced me so that r was scarcely' able to attend to my business. Hearing thi ough a. Iriend of your Life Pills and Phenix Bitters, 1 was prevailed ' upon by him to make trial of both. Assured as my friend was that I would be c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 June 1841

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 June 1841

and embarrassments of that inatitutionup to(lhe time'she commenced her unwarrantable interference, in thcWtton trade, and her extensive operations'ia Canal; Rai-Road, and Statejtock , ' .,".. 'L J.. And ift'eonsequence ollne derangement oTthe monied afiairs of that c6untry7'stoci5'"of every 'kind hVveTallen in somennstancesunore than"50 per cent and the conse- quent loss rogttat j6itriutiqn miistbeimmense.1 J . ' ' ffr7ABiT70FR0MANCE7 " , WnBfcnd?in17-thef' Cincinnati Times, an account of a female, who, within a few years seen many vicishudes of , -. ;: nt.il ?JJL '.'' I-JJi: . u..r !. AV: i.t.i. IOrtUnc. one IS uuw uu upjjutom uciuic uie uuiu legisla- ture for a divorce, and resides fn Newatk Ohio. She is a native of 'Lockport, N. T. " She wa marrid in 1829, to a man by th name Henick, with whom she lived about "tti'ree years, when by dissipition and idleness on his part they, were reduced to, want, and the husband was obliged toIleaycth'is, home to seek employment He went tb' Cinc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 June 1841

t r - .; I Hail Storms. We learn from our exchange papers th"athlo"rmsTiave'occrre5rquite"freqiftml3rof'late,-'in several of the southern" states' andhave 'damaged' the cot- ton crops to a considerabIeextenl. In the states of Mis. sissippi and'Afabamajithe damage has been" very exten- sive JLhatl5storm occurred in eastern Texas about four weeks since, but we learn from the Red-Lander of San Augustine, that it 'didlittle injury in that vicinity. Bank Swindling. We learn from the New York Herald", that three- of the directors of ihe state bank of Georgia,, at Macon have swindled that bank out of 860,000 or 570,000. The Norwich Bank, Connecticut has bf-en swindled out of $40,000, by Aaron Child. The banks of New York, according to the Herald, have been lately swindled out of 879,000. The bank of Tennessee has aIso"siifTered to a considerable extent It is amusing to notice these evidences of the morality of our sister re- public: but still more amusing to find the silly editors predicti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 June 1841

' . 'M lot -alao ,JJ 3 i ' bsa ehangi la my condition. Let ma add,.- that cpck u my canfi-itntttahet&c2.ot.ihiXieiicia.flhtll-iecqmmtoi it to strangers u well as acquaintances and friends, and say,' as often as rtspeatoof it,' that Jconsider; it a??bove all price.. I know of manyirhoi-bavisrecelveitimporjant-benets from" the use of your 'Lire Pills and Phoenix Bitters," and am. confident, were your medicines generally known, they would, to.agreat extent, prevent the vise of deleterionsmedicine.. . Wilh'my best wishes for your prosperity-and usefulness in the community. I am, sir, respectfnlly.iyours, &.c?,v . T. C.NORRIS;i21,SixthAvenue, now 236 Bleeck'er.street, . . .JfoCiH n-sAl'v "; L New York" August M.,1836, Mr. Jno. Moffat Dear Sir-7Abou Iwo months since, I had B severe attack of ihegMf.andJeveft whichVednced'me so that I was scarcely able toattend to my bnsiness,J"Hearing th tough a friend of yonr Life Pills and Phenix Bitters,-1 was prevailed upon by him to make tria...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 June 1841

; H ,i " f Fj,,d wdj.nq n t mu avtib sin 1o isU.-ti! osmonr cBo'iiJanr-"---- V ,n3ffl it1' ;?; n rfi? .IJUJ i . ' e cio: sJoikt lbdT .I.4ioo fnno:!nDiii3'ic'W5i j .-- ! . J ... O ..Ji..." JtlJ IU - J i. ' tiJtliJ ejujil.4 i. -im o(u vm 9. ' rt 0.7 SBI9UJ' 3 -r. J.onJrfm.'lr5 .rBfcAxolk J.ljiakftr i rNaVV It o ', i b-, I? '. ," " S'"M vJ !Uff!i s mil uUjIo oLi sd; yd tien& - T T'J H Al Sll iWk-, rtiv rvkTT'3 iVs s"i 'I?! T'BC W J51J'.Yl lnrB:h!iEK!:lIi&.ai ,j'iyi jfrt'a.'-V jivlyj'TP fB j - '-on . j i , l! e ti ' if m lVJ -V in v v. b rfT13Kr7-8.'5Jn.atlvance; B Y- ORUGEfy &CRI0011E. PUB LISlTE fi'B Y'CRU GER,&"M00RE. .- SfiBsCBiPTioNrper '12 months' or SsuumDers - S5 00 3 00 220 60 3 " ' 13 " - - rd -w ills 'it -' single paper, -;-- - -53-iVo e-erf if -will bagiven t.ir subscriptions., AovbKTisisa, lsi insertion, - - per square, -2d and subsequent iaseition, a - ciifiKi oarHi? each insertion. 31 00 50 4 00 A nouncementofCandida.es per anno't, 10 00 A discount of 10 p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 June 1841

". tains, ?hfeh the ted men, with superstitious awe, name the 'Crest of the world.' On the other side otybis-Jiigh-buU nar.ow range, lie the ferlile.valleystjf California ;a fond where the orange, the fig, the date, Ae.volivv,andllie,jrae, flourish by the side of the fruits and plants of the tropics. In this-btsamifulcountry,-blspoSn-ith-that,niild and equa- ble climite;tbat.Jhaughoo the wholeextent of-Ame-rica, distinguishes lhe coasts of the Pacific from that wilder portwn,ot the cimtineht that looks jto wards the Atlantic, and indented writh-capacious harbors, suited to'tlie utmost commerce oPAWricaTaniT Asia, there may, accordrng to MrvKennedy-when the Stream of emigration shjll have passed through the'various openings of the Rocky Moun- tainsbe found an'ampltTand desirable habitation for more than twenty millions xf human beings. But at present a few 'thousand wTiilecsettlers, some scores of Franciscan priestsjltfid ihe'few' Indians whom they have converted and rendered subserv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 June 1841

7 J ? i tST , v - month. of the -Aquills: another a portion of the valley of ine irinny: ana nnoiner, mo portion 01 ine-vauey oi rieu River, near the mouth of Mineral Creek. Thus you see .the most fertile and, valuable tracts of ttie interior of ? Texas were to be reserved for the benefit of these foreign- - ers.-and in order -that they might control them as they pleased, and; manage ahem no their own advantage, they were 10 be allowed 1o fill them with soldiers entrenched in forts erected under their own supervision I Nor was this nil ; this company were also to be allowed to import goods and merchandise, at a duty of only three per cent, when our own -citizens were p.iying 30 or 45 per cent, andlomonopolisethe whole trade with the Mexican pro- vinces adjoining our western-frontier. Stran. (Interrupting him.) tMonopolise! You are sorely exaggerating, sir, Congress cannot grant a mo- nopoly excuse me, however, for interrupting you. Land. I am not surprised that you should thus inter...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 June 1841

-EJ1TG? ESOTAfcTBTZr. A j "etSe'in IK fcmraWorthfs lnfitiBS4hat I recommend- li jtoj, :ririw;r-Wert is kctfoiintanees and friends; ami nay) as often , Jpif5aTfof itlBal-l a&slder it as above all price. 1 know of ; 70 ljiahyf.tWhor,Iiave'!rec'eiveil' imporlaMtbenefiis Mrom ibe use of V" vnttf'Miile" Hill anff ffisuiz Diners, aou am c-uuuucnu'wcic p -onTtedlcinestrertllyfaiown'tbVy-'woiiId, to a great extent, ,. jyareyenUhense ojceietcnoos memento ' .- ' ,4aS3Jv7,itki my bestiwisBesTor:your prosperity and, usefulness in" sthe-community;'! om.sir respectfully, yours, &c,,- n1 f- rbiss r. s's s.c!T..C,tyOBRfe,.2l,Sixth:Avenue, -';. 'tind - w " "s , now, 236 Bleecker stteet. r'j , o '-a- a i i :-i-i is M .i ..New, York, August 3d,.183G, Mr. JnoMofiafcDear Sir; About two months since, I had .ra:sever,altackiBCthe cigw anijevci, which reduced me so that ' I was scarcely able lo attend! o my .business. ..Hearing thiough TQrjenrl ofyoajtife-Pillsand PhcnirBiiters, 1 was prevailed .'....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 June 1841

y j . "tf JBDMfff "' vfe- MBM1 WV tTTl itu 1 ? l - -c ' t& v- -.. r ;v TEISJT1& 5 Waclvance'. f BY CRUGER & MOORE' PUBLISHED,BY.CRUGER:i& MO.ORE SuBsckiPWON, -per 12 months of 52 numbers, , . " 0 " 26 " it 3 13 ( " - - if i - " single paper, ' - - - - X-No credit-will be given for subscriptions. -Adverti'sino, 1st' Insertion, ,- - per square, , ' 2d and subsequent inseition, ci Pnlitirail cards, each; insertion. $5 00 ' 3 00 220 50 i $1 00 50 400 " ' Announcement of Candidates per anno't, 10 00 A'discount ofilO percent, on the-above rateswill be made to sheriff's, on alllegat notices. . i .pc,. riesirons of advertising bv the Quarter rau do so on the f dlowing terms: Per 4 squares, -with the privilege of changing 2 squares each week, per quarter, S40; 5 squares, chanfing 3 each week, $50 ; 6 squares, .changing 4 each week,' ah advertisements sent without irrtMsn-instructions will un less sooner forbid, be inserted biz months, and charged accor dlnglvl No personal adv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 June 1841

''From the Morning Star. DISPOSITION OF THE LOAN. OUTLINES OF A BANK. Mr. Editor: I submit with "much diffidence the fol- lowing plan of a Bank. Tdo noTprefend that it is un- exceptionable,.. The.condition. of our-country- is such, that iam aware, the oidinaryrprinciples of Banking can- not be safely applied. Extraordinary precautions and safe-guards must be" adopted to protect the interests of the institution! andalthough they may bear hard on the borrower, .yet-the safety-of the- Bank will-render them esssential. .," , Capital stock $1,000,000, , TThe appropriated iby.Congress from the proceeds of theJdWM.jto to. . .1 '- frfM&.i38 3... .i .- -Directum . The President and halfahe' Directors to be appointed by thgflfcesident of the.Republic, by and with the advice, andnsgritiofjhe Senate, the other hall to be elected by thejHouse of.Representatives. -ni .. .. i n - -' Issues. The:firstyear,not:tO!exceed - 81,500,000. Tobejncreased as circumstances 'may-justify, to - 2.000,000 or...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 June 1841

r : -. i, h Y j r . threatening our fellow-citizens of thenorth and east with the tomahawk-qf'the'Savagef and whereas -it is the duty of every portion of the Republic to fake a part in the la- bor, and share the glory of trie campaign therefore, ''Resolved, That we deeply sympathize with our fellow citizens of the frontier that-we regard their cause as the cause of the'whole country,-and that it is the determina- tion as well as the duty of tho citizens of, this country to co-operate with the force under tho command of Maj. ' -. r'-w t' r " 2 .1 j i jvii .:.: Uteri. ttUSK, 10 avenge tuciuuuier ui uur iciiuw tiiucua. "Resolved, That it is our.duty promptly to respond to the call of Gen.,Rusk,for 250 volunteers rem this brigade.- - i "The meeting-was addressed by Maj. Kaufman, Maj. r Tomkihs, Maj. Cocke, Hon. Win H. Wharton, Hon. David G. Burnet, and F.-'R. Lubbock, Esq. in favor of the resolutions, and unanimously, adopted." r An account of the same transaction will be found in the T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 June 1841

ndiUou! liet' me'sadjAlat-sncU Is my conB. rrnwtFiKlft SmaitlAJn tliif 1 rw-nmmpnn1 1111 CtencSJn'lhti strangers cs.well Bsncqaaintaiices and friends, and say,as,ofte,y as &spgak of -if, that I consider it as above, all price. 1 know tj' many who have; received important benents irom ine usetj yonr.7'Life Pills andPhtEnix Billers," ana am confident, wei 1 mv br wishes lorvour nrosneruvana I chernmmnnftr.'T nm. -sir. respectfully. vburcic.. - - T.C:NORRIS,'2l,Sixfh Avenue, - .. -' now236Bleecker'street. New York. Aur?nsl2d. 183C. Mr. Jno. Moffat Dear Sir 'About 1 wo month's since, I hril ... It- '4.l , T . ' . . ' - I. upon by him .to jinake trial of both'. " Assured as my friend ir ji thatT would, benred taking them, in joniceto iheopinhli hehad eijireise4,pf them, and for the purpose also of giviitj confidence'lo any, who may providentially be afflicied wiih th It dire disease, that they will obtain relief and a certain cure, Jf they.tiut.venture as X did, to try these me'dicin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 July 1841

T- X Ii -X 3 v . r '5 .j- 2f .0 &d iJfii '(, Y jArs '-M.)k''?trtf 'tHtttffKfc'tl'"tK:Tkia jfi."''"'! 'l':.VJB"' B u "'jfV' STTPc C A Olll V i IJO't nr 2 vi ,9iei! ; r tn 3 X In ".rflMrr y V.T TJBmn " BeitITGERb&MO0.REe pIUteLlSItEDiBiYi.GRU GER &.MQ ORE e-lor J . wSi Lft ... if, Subscription, per 12 inonlhs'or W i ,- l 3 00 JaiJ 3 UUIt'.'r kO "l- ,V1K .u J.; . j. . - o'on a i it .-m, singlepaper, -.-'-- , J&nBXisura,.fei insertion,, -...-. .E gJ?:. f1 "g -.ev.. - --ga a&a subsequent insertion,;--' k! - . 2x j rj' : Jl ..Political cacds,.-each insertiqp.j.,.,., V00 Announcement of CanditoiesperanupyiO '00 'rsconnt oflO per cent oh thVabore rates rfUMftnade to sberitfs-onall'Iegalnptices, i jr. , ' ,, ' ?y i rH Persois desirous of advertising the quarter cai?3o so on .KiSS,-: Per 4-saSares'iwilhIthe privilege .of. S6U j .s.kfc f -mWliAnt.inriftfrtinstrnctioiiswilltin-i less sooner forbid, be inserted six months, and charged accor dlnlv iMEj'sa i '. 6 . itiMi . -n.'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 July 1841

Cerrtspondctict of the Baltimore Com. Transcript. New Orleans; Marck(20th, 183a S KET CHE SrOF ''TEXAS. DAVID o. BURNET. . t 1 j The capture of President Santa AnnaattheTjattleof Ban Jacinto, as it proved fatal to hat-Chief's project'of personal aggrandizement, has also- proved to be most disastrous in its, consequences to the welfare, national pros, perily and strength' of all the Mexican States. Mr. Lamar remarked m the course of a conversation which the "writer iield with that gentleman, ths past summer, thai the Mexicans. were warm lovers of liberty, and that, as a people, they were well prepared to receive and up- hold' free rjolitical Institutions. Mr..Bnrnet, in an official paper which" 1 shall soon refer to, expresses a contrary opinion, and -the history of Mexico since its separation from the Spanish crown justifies bis less flattering estimate of Mexican characteV. It would, indeed, be contrary to experience and philosophy to believe that a few ambitious citizens could for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 July 1841

r- !V statesman ia admitted by all; .and his public writings rfould do credit to any country. What a contrast between them and'the ridiculous'lelter you just read tome. He has, beside, no degrading vices, and his high reputation for probity and strict integrity, will tend to sustain the national character.' In a' young1 republic -like our own, this is an exceedingly" important consideration. It has been ob- jected to him that he is too willing to prosecute an offen- sive war with Mexico, Houston on the contrary is opposed to this; but in my opinion theobjection has no weight, for he has that strict-conscientious regard for his oath of office, that he would never consent to sustain a single hostile measure unless Congress should formally author ize an offensive war to be declared. His singular regard for his oath otofiice was fully exemplified during the last session ofCongress. While.he was'actmg as President in the absence of Gen. Lamar, the retrenchment Jbill pas- sed, and after i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 July 1841

liicl Jinta-ians Hen:; A 3KTHT0J0 T1.V:r p ,sa -aSoIoO .';ftLrTfij(ifetO ins ,-, " , a-Vi C 1aa:o hat .'rfnins :oq 4r"WI .(!ifio"- i' - , tal&51iKlosimportlint-inteiligence;Tii The dSavannahi left 1 1 llmyteerefor&'iotild ie'expectetl; s-i- j,e -yTlau,se?ot.JftepTsentative3 ofTlhe United, States, fTTfTT c .fir ulriiTf-n eTVnnWranieatite-durinfflTdajrs. nbontlhe I Abqluion:queston,'armtheirightoftpetition, and other i tHHmV fitters;5 arieBfelK fcdmmenced businessun the I6UT , cftTraia'Hoe,WBepresentatiyes,;notJsuj)erceded by I ibofifiqn linesjiffi?; and 'prevent -ahyL further discussion j relative tp'it during the present 'se5sionr It is surprising thatrthe: fanatics of the North' should continue to' agitator i question that has so direct a tendency to destroy not only theLa7AiSSSo8on9ress', but theJJnion itself. estH jjctionchP-a.'- party of ' Cow-'hieves j & RimSr'rSreScn'k'us frtmVthe WesV'tbat'aWy of1 tenAmBrrcons belonging, toa gang.oLtfpw-thieveswere lately jed near...

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