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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 1 October 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. COMMERCIAL. RICHMOND MARKET*. Tmr ikt ituk ending TXurtday Evening, Sept. 30. [CAXKrULLY corrected.] BACON—Virginia cured, hog round. Hi to lli cent*; prime Western and Baltimore Slde« 10J to 11 cu; Shoulders 3i for common, to 9| and 10 cts Cor strietly prime. A great many inferior Shoulder* are la market The bet'er qualttiea are scarae.— Ham* 13 to 14c, and scarce. BUTTF.It ta in b-tter eupp'y. though still scarce. Firkin 18 to WO cents per lb.; fresh Roll 23 »o 2t Goshen 20t" 22 centa. BEESWAX—22 a 23 cU. per lb.—with small re COTTON YARNS. —The trade ta Cotton here is limited. The quotations are 10* tolOieu. Cotton Yarns le cts per lb, COFFEE—OId Java 11.J5 to 12; Laguayra 9* to M: Kio 9i to !M cts ; Cape Bi a 9i cU; Manilla i2i. CANDLES—TaIIow 13a 13*; Hull's patent 14; Sperm 43 a 45, Adamantine 22i a 275. Jackson a **COAL—lotol2i cents on board for good mixed, fine snd lump; 9to 11 cents for blackamith'a COfti. CORN —We note sales at 60 to 62J cents. CORN ME...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 2 October 1852

VOL. 2--NO 29U -Hi DAILY DISPATCH JAS. A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. EUC-H R. PLEASANTS, Editor. \KW FA 1.1. UOODB.-MILLHISER A BROTHER, invito the attention ot purchaser* to th-ir large and vtp:! assorted £tock of Fail and Wint.T Dry G««vja. recently purchased by them at the N. rihi -ii Markets tor cash. which wiil be so.d a« cheap and cheaper, than similar goods are aold aoywhere. Among the great variety of good bargains which we are seliiug. the following are particularly worth noticing, a? th<-y are worth just double the price we are selling theui atLinen Towels sixpence a piece, Merrimack Prints, variety ot patterns, aixpence the yard; Linen Udkfs sixpence; Rid UloTes 37j cents; Ribbon*, tbe latest and richest designs; N edie Work Cellar?. Cambric and Muslin Ruffling and Flouncing, Cambric and Swiss Edtrings and Inserting". Worked Hdkfs, Sleeve* and Inside Jldit*. Mousitoe de Laine and Cashmere, Merinos and Aipsccat, in all colors and shades; Alpaccaand Cashmere Hose, Iri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 2 October 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. v TO Al> V -Theci rculatloo of tSe Dispatch U mil nail as targe as that ?r «T<>*lr l)ally paper In the e.ty of Richmond. It la therefore greatly superior to any other aa a Bedlam of adverting. RICHMOND, Via M«riln|, OeMbtr 3,1852. "«sr Penons abroad from the city car hare the Dispatch sect to them for any period of time thpy may desire, by leaving tbeir orders and paying tbe cmd for the umeapeciifrd. CONCLUSION OF ROSTOPCHIN'S PAM PHLET. Bulletin. —The churches ef which there were sixteen hundred. Observation. —There were exactly two hundred and sixiy-seven. Bulletin.—The loss to Russia is incalcula. ble. It would not be too high a valuation to estimate it at several thousand millions. Observation.—From the calculations made by a commission, instructed to inquire to the •übject, the loss produced bv the conflagration and the wsr, as well in the city as in the government of Moscow, amounted to 321,000,000 of roubles; it was thus ve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 2 October 1852

latest news. the Canada at Boston. *ent.The steamship Canada, , F< via Halifax, reached her wharf, vis this afternoon. ..... •r'hVnewswss mostly anticipated by des ~f h es from Halifax. VaJatne l.afarge. the prisoner, d.ed recently " j,""' wen of Louis Phillipp* is to reside at ;-in de Senilio, on the Lnke ofCotno, of Belgium. "<!, Henry lUilwer has left Florence for „ ; l I K , Ausirians, in view ofSir Henry's i.nf. hs»e resolved to reinforce the '' ion* of Florence and Bilina. £t ' l'l"r rh«>.era continues its ravages in Prus- . sn d the Polish provinces. ' • j he ImU si Intelligence 1U Klectric Telegraph from London to L 'V>oik—Paris Bocrse, Friday.—Four ft,- .K r cents. 103 f. 80c.; throe per cent. ana {i;l ' • 1 -last telegraphic despatch, dated_ at v I'hnrsday afternoon, the Prefect it!,i' left tiie President three leagues \! . y li'.n*. Cries were hoard of " Ftre V 1 iH.nur." . I . ; -oti.itions for a commercial treaty „ wr ; t. Fia...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 2 October 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. gy The Greensboro' (N. C.) Patriot atales that the notorious Abram VV. Weaver was Vied at the recent term of the Superior Court ef Surry county, and sentenced to be hung on the Ist Friday in October. He took an appeal to the Supreme court. The Patriot says : We understand it was in evidence that in the Spring of IK4S Weaver induced a tree negro, Jim Corn, to go with him _lrom Stokes county over the mountains into \ irginia, on n trip to sell guns; that they stoppei. at the house of one Lowder, in Burke's Garden soon after which the prisoner, Weaver, sold the •aid free negro into bondage, who was carried to Louisville. Kv., where the negro sued lor and obtained his freedom. Death or Ei-Gqversor Chambers. The death of this distinguished and estimable citisen is announced as hnv ing taken place on the 21st instant, at the residence of his son-in law, at Pari«, Bourbon county, Kv. Mr. C. had held and don't honor to some important public trusts, having been a member o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 4 October 1852

"vi)l. 2--N0 *1U ; ivU.Y HIS PATCH v ARDIN. Proprtetoi. c -- r H H. PL. EA S A NTS. Editor. I u i i|.l li OO D !*.—MiLLHISKK |\ .a.» »;terßv"! ot pu ch<#.-r* i* «.-*• !te« st.-ck t Fa.. «a 4 - rwcily parcfeased bj them at N n -i ?:r cMb. wiictt wtj be so-d , tiaa *w.lar goorfa *r« »034 •t n ty of fi>M bargains wh eh s* c; are partaeu worth [ ~ wjrtfc juat C' -ebV tike price we j _ _ •»: -l:isa TcweU »is.j>eac»« a I ' <s & 1 : : t«. variety of pattern* sua 1. -'isUjiK nTSpeßee: Kui G!o*e« - . h : - atest ana nchert deaigo*. > >\ .■ C • ». >"a:nb:.c and Mus. - RviJSieg .... t;»a.:r:r aisi S*:i» E4«iega aac . W -ii'xi HiktV, S:eevee ani IcstA? , . v u; : * -ie Latae aad Ca*ttm»re. Mertaoa , ... :s aa.i shaJea . Alpaccaaod . I , I:>h Lutes, Table Nii'klas, Biid . ■, , . : *-x Mid Diaper. VN 2.1e. and < •* js:r. s. Bed Blanlett, T*b> Cover*, b*i ,;; ,i».: s: c« of Dwa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 4 October 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. t V r TO AUVKKTmKRS— TbectrculatJou of (Sa Dispatch t» thm* *>««»• ''If" of any other Daily paper in the city of Richmond. It !• therefore gnmtiy superior to any other as a of advertising. RICHMOND, VA.i Monday Jllsnilnf, October 4, 1552. THE GRATITUDE OF MONARCHIES.— WELLINGTON AND NELSON.—THE CONTRAST. We have heard much about the ingratitude of Republics, and we have, in our day, seen much to convince us that they are sometimes ungrateful. We have heard much, also, of the gratitude of monarchies, and it must be admitted that where the benrfactor has powetful friends, is poweifully connected, and belongs, by right of birth, to the aristocracy, the monarchy, at least, of Great Britain, is sometimes very grateful. Arthur Wellesley was a sprig of the nobility. For his services in India, he was Knighted, and became Sir Arthur Wellesley. For the battle of Talavera, and the passage of the Douro, atone stroke, the Prince Regent made him Baron Douro and Earl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 4 October 1852

rHELATEST NEWS. r ' — <;<•». Scott at Louisville. I , oifviii v. Oct. 2—The excitement wi« t ' , n town nli last evening ami the hotels n <W by- visitors to Gen. Scott. He ', n-naded by different bands during the ."morning he I roceeds to New Albany. i- to Louisville in the afternoon and i ni calls front tite ladies alter . r > o'clock. V'\v««>l proceeds to Cincinnati to-day, .'*« sits there the arrival of Gen. Scott on I. >»son remains with Scot', accomi t«> New Albany to-day. I , i,i eiitig is t> be held this evening, h ,Mressed b> Gov. Crittenden and I \ i I>, nocrntic meeting was held Inst night. j jjcj tt'i health is cood. L , ; r.ncountcr —I hi el | , jkOt. "J \ difficulty occutreil at . tins at Port.«mou<h last nigbt, : lite H-n. Henry A. Wise, and J. G. .. t v President of the Whig AssociaI imi> civen and blow* were exwhen their friends interfer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 4 October 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. New 1 uHK triMur*L Co»*WTlO»t"*-We pebiisbed a telegraphic dispatch Saturday announcing the election cf Rev. Or. \\ aiuas Provisional Bishop of New \ork. The following was the vote on the 9th and lost fcftiloi: , . Clergy. Laity. Re*. Dr. Wainwright, 10-t Rev. f)r. VinUHt, IT 1J Rev. Dr. Seabury, 15 ' Blattering 13 1* The election was afteittaiiis unanimously tenfuraed. Camili.e Urso's Conckkt. — Ti:e first Concert of the little Madamaiselle Urso took place ua New Yoik last Thursday evening, when she delighted a large audiencc by her wondrous performances on the vioiin. She showed that she was a perfect adept in fingering the ■triog?. ami elicited the greatest applause by ker rspid transitions from G. to E. Bouquets were showered upon the lime prodigy in abundance. £y A public dinner was tendered to Gen. Woo!, bv the Democrats of Cincinnati, which be declined, owing to his public engagements. Epitorial Change.—Messrs. J. \V. and R. B. Townley announce their withd...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 5 October 1852

VOL. 2—NO 292, XHI DAILY DISPATCH JAS A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS. Editor. rue SHANGHAIS. \\ - •; 11 it* o'her day that our friend But* ..!•:.!$ crowed as loud ns the bark . V. Phis was no exaggeration. One would answer to wake up the inhabi- ... . considerable city. Governor Floyd ~ :ll this city purchased a pair, and the they occupied their tenement sr liie covt ininent house, his worthy lady w s :i ; rt>ijctivubly alarmed, mistaking the the cock for the cry of "fire"—a cry „ w -.« so energetic and so near at hand that she deen led the lire to be 011 the premises! j , .... of our subject the list Knickerbocker h*s thr tVHow ing very amusing extract from ihi- h :ter of a country correspondent: ' J r correspondent has at last got his S'isnshi! lieu! I wish him joy ol it. He should ),. iVP *,1: ihe i rules, as 1 have, in the unmi t.sr.teJ Migainlmess of eaily youth; stalking atnv.t t:.c ti-irn yard on stilts, gazing stupidly ... iu!.; ths.t b:.d eminence; bl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 5 October 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. ■ rsW TO Ai't bKTlhKK*.~ThectrculaUon t. tbme «■»> wjl.rre m that of any other Daily paper in the c.ty of Richmond. Ii titaerefore preaUy superior to any other •• a m»dtum of adTertistnr RICHMOND. VA.i Tifudnr .Morning, October 5» IMR THE FAIRFIELD RACES. We rqoice, from the bottom of our hearts, to see from the advertisement of Mr. Belcher, that the good old days of sport, as connected with that noblest of animals, the horse, are about to find their parallel in the present sen eon. We rejoice to see, that though she may have abandoned it for awhile. Virginia has no intention of relinquishing for ever, her claim jo superiority in this particular. It has been to usa subject of extreme mortification, to see how totally inattentive, ef late years, the public has become to the rearing of horses, once the favorite amusement ol the \ irginia farmer. We have seen our racers decay, from year to year ; we have seen the attendants on the race-course dwindle down...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 5 October 1852

NEWS. r ; KIIU H BY THE ATLANTIC. encland. •r-., e ship Blnnthore, bound from Liverpool * e „ Orleans, with 4S."i lush emigrants, was rd near Wexford, on the night of the " uni five persona c'rjwned. The rest were ' London Times of the22d, hrv« a long if'r relative to Cuba and American alfra*ce. r.r Pn sident continues his tour through p ailment*. He is received everywhere ; ■tn i with much enthusiasm. It is e licit the proclamation of the Empire ; f«r distantBKLGII'M. \ -h nice lias occurred in the Beljiau Cahtj. iVNan. Minister of Finance. has re- . M. 1.-;iitr. accepted the otiice. pro ' i.MVM am> the continent. •. .- o ». floods had occurred on the i , i > u Sti asburg. VJew ! •'! had ocetirred at Stockholm, »..,«eas:.\ suppressed. •.(that Prussia will not treat with the coalition SnrfM. I • v >. . fi-r twenty-five y>ars the j- .. '! -vr i t War, has been superseded i Doicouroulli. SPAIN. a»M>*cs from Cuba, received nt Madri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 5 October 1852

The daily dispatch. lnDikn Fight ir Tk*as.—We find in the latest New Orleans papers some interesting intelligence from Texas. The following description of an Indian fight is sent by W\ A. Wallace, mail carrier, to the editor of the San Antonio Ledger. ••Dear Sir—l now write you of the misfortune which happened me on my way to El Paso, with the mail. At Big Bluff, five miles below the Calif* rnia Sprinss and about seven Diiles above the Painted Caves, on the evening of the 9th, about 3 o'clock, a party ol Indians, tl.iitv two in number, charged my camp, wh.lst harnessing the animals k>r the march. I ran out in front of the a "' J asked them what they wanted, and told them to halt, or I would fire on them. I received no other answer than ti.e war whoop and h. flourish of arms. We raised our rifle* to fire on them at the distance of 100 vards. lorn Kile on'v tiicd, but without any et.ect. Ihe Indians "then tell back, circling around us took possession ot the top of Big Blurt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 6 October 1852

VOL. I—NO 29;! THE DAILY DISPATCH S A COW A.RDIN, Proprietor. HUGH R. PIiEASAMTS, Editor. . nr/.K IWI.IKORNIA IN t'ELI.I GENCE. ; . r« 't/urniti Kxpre** says that within , nouUis, tho number of f*ini!iei> die has incicuscd two hundred per cent- \ n .iii v. Poan. formerly a resident . \ 0 ,.. ; lllndians, was murdered near [ i, ii ! S" "" the »3d Aug. [; f S;in Joaquin Republican says that the v. run •!.:>» R ulrond terminus, if established - :.Kse Marysville, will inevitably • ;.V: out tli'it citv from the map.*' Mr. Y n Gelder inf. rins the Slate Journal i &: s ('!i;: :iinan came lo L'niontown the other an informed the ci'izens that the Indiaus i'n"tiie (V-iimnes bad eul the beads off three (/ .iii'-si - an t burned another one. It is said , he i, u ; ... , f California entertain the most I ite r v tow aids th® Celestials, whom t ;, vr _ s their inferiors, and trespassers on their tioiuinioiis* .Necot atii'tis are goinj on in San Francisco (,11,ov ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 6 October 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. tW TO ADTBRTlrtßlUi.—Ttaeclrealatioß of (Se DtsPATCH is TUBE* TIMES as large as that •r say Other Daily paper In the eity of Richmond. It IsSerefore greatly superior to any other as a of advertising. HICHMOND, VA.i Wednesday Morning, October 6, lM'i. THE DANVILLE RAILROAD. From circumstances, which it is not neces■ary to mention, we hare not followed the track of the friends of the Danville Railroad, oflate, so closely as we should have done, though we take occasion to say that our heart has not shrunk from the undertaking, nor has our teal become cold in the cause. On t e contrary, our hopes for this, in our opinion most profitable, and to Richmond, most indispensable, improvement, are, at this moment, higher than thev ever have been. We consider its capacity, for usefulness, ns having already been fairly tested. We stated the amounts which had been received from it the other dav, down to the end of August. We can now state that the receiots have greatly increas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 6 October 1852

THE LATEST NEWS SniiiKf? of the Saranne, r Hl i.ADKirHiA,Oci> 4ih.—The U. States . slJlPr s?«r.m«C suited f.ir Brmil this after- . She earned aui Chevalier F'eriera «!«> '■Zrf and .lat« Charge d* Affairs from who had been superseded by ComMoiien. as Minister Plenipotentiary. T'ht Capture of a Murderer. Wit HF-mKK*. Oct. 4.—Evans, the murder-Kce-f. «u8 captured to-day, and lodged here. 1,-riral from the Plaint, - ].(■•! i«. O t. ». — Mnj *r S anderson, and t'ii !urne. ct'tha mounted titles, ai_4' \ in this city from the Plains, ,\ !i ive been in service several months. '.■« 'MCiHtu nts 11 troops under command « f S.. return'd t<» Kurt Leavenworth inex- ; condition, lhe weather on the Plains u ... . aid pleasant. ( .. nil! .\omintitiou in Kt ntueky. ] , i oi.f . l\».. Oct. 2. — I'he Democratic 4 . v\ Inch ass* milled at this place on j- ; ifed Robert J. Ward <>rCon- . M iu». lined. The Convention thru ii'd. -till nominated Robert ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 6 October 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. -L„«s Of imk 11KI0 Moi'M' v erkon.—VV e have hitbeito given a telegraphic account of the lom of th« bri* Mount Vernon, which led Havana on the Bth ultimo, for New Orleans. The Delta gives the following particular*of the di>#»trr, gathered fromthe captain of the On the lOih, about 4 P. M., took in the mainsail and foresail, and run her before flit' wind with fur topsail, until about 11 o'clock at niph», when the vessel became so uneasv, that Cart. W illtngham had hei laid to the wind. Immediatelv afterwards a hurricane commenced. Capt. VV . gave orders to cut the back stays away, tiie mate went aiolt to put no ay the foretopmast rigging when the cut sheet parted, and Ihe vessel w ent ever immediately, ttie mate having just time to get down when the vessel capsized; aftei which the winds-till continued to blow- with greater ferocity. There were seventeen soulen board—all told. Among whom were seven passenger?, who were «ll lost; none of their names recol...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 7 October 1852

Un . 4--N0 294 daily dispatch .. a, COW A.RJPIN, Proprietor. HUGH R- Editor^ iiiroßl'A.N V FROM HAVANA*—TBI v :;!;ol'i: NEWS liY THE BLACK .. ,ui;e our extracts from the news \ late arrivals from lla\aiia. The :,)relative to the execution of r , she 1"«ji del Pueblo, is taken from ! /), ; , ilt lit Marina, of a late date: " i; b.- affectation on our part to pre : r.i-e upon the spectacle which took v ,v, uid 't Havana. An unfortunate ! 'ijeni ! expiated, by death, the tetri m licit he was convicted, end the x • ,' i« has been vindicated. The -in of instinctive delicacy which mi us as guide in a previous affair, has u- ~om embittering the lust inocoiidemned, for the beautiful enuvix upon the walls ot our natal city, w'i'cii >#v>.' Hatred to crime, pity to the of- ., .' t , i,>rgotten in our memory. But m.sits lights, and the treason does not '. rn i s use. The same foreigners who .. U> toictell the numerous chastise,io ..ave b«-?n executed,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 7 October 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. I »-*- AO AUV ikKTIBtHA.— of tSe Dupatcm ia thui timks as large u that of uf other Daily paper in the city of tuchmood. II la therefore preatijr auperlor to any other aa • mxttum of ndrerttatpg. RICHMOND, VA.i Tknrsditv Morning, October 7, 185' i. Important Document from Nicaragua. —It was stated under our telegraphic head, yesterday, that the government of Nicaragua had rejected the project signed in April last byMr. Webster, upon behalfof the United States, and Mr. Crarapton, upon behalf cf Great Britain, for the'"honorable adjustment" of affairs in Central America. The decree of rejection, addressed by the Director ol the State of Nicaragua to its inhabitants, is as follows : Inasmuch as the Legislative Assembly has decreed the following: The Senate and Chamber of Representatives of the State of Nicaragua iu Assembly conToked, DECREES. Article I.—The State of Nicaragua does not accept the project of convention or recommendatory basis, adjusted on the 30th of A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 7 October 1852

the latest news. LATE AND IMPORTANT FROM MEXICO. Nnv Ori.eaim, Oct.s.—The Picayune has received late advice* fiotn Mexico. It appears that nc» ami important proposals have been received in icgaid to the Tehuantepec toute, which, it is thought, may be looked upon with ivor- The nature of the propositions is not stated. An important charge has occurred in the Jlciicnn Cabinet, which is looked upon as m , re !~j\ oral)Io to the stability of the Govern* nient. Tne National Guard at Vera Cruz is to be placed under the command, and at the dispo- > of the Mini«t«r ot war. This movement t« :si::de with & *iew to harmonize the d'saftrd, and, it is believed, will be more-occep-!ai !e t» the people. All f-a sof a revolution in Mexico have sub-Jed, and the $en« r»l state c!" feeling is , more pacific and hopeful. Hie Co.m-i! and Government have decided .at. ally against calling an extra tessioti i' Congress \cq>nlt<il of Ex-Senator ITnnnegan. I.oi i&...

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