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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 January 1844

adopted ; tlio 2d resolution being rend was adopted unanimously j the !3d resolution being rend was unanimously ndoplod. Voted lo accept the report of the peti tion committee, and said committee were in structed to report forthwith a draft of a pe tition lo he presented to the legislature of Massachusetts. Ath. Voted to chooso a central commit tee of Correspondence, of survey, whose du ty it shall be to open boohs of subscription for the slock in the contemplated rail road, mid take nil lawful measures lo carry into effect the object of this convent ion and the following persons were chosen, viz : II. W. Clnpp of Greenfield, Richard Colton ofNorthfield, Isaac hlcveus ofAthoI, Jo teph Davis of Tcmplcton, Unfits Bullock of Kovalston, Ephrnitn Parker of Athol, and 1). S. Jones of Greenfield. I Voted That the central committee be authorised to appoint sub-committees in all the towns interested in the contemplated rail rond for the purpose of obtaining, sub scriptions to the stock to obt...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 January 1844

t, J'arcntal Vault Finding. Don't ho con f titiually finding fault. It is nt times ucces eary to censuro mul to punish. But very much may bo done by encouraging children when they do well. I3e ever more direful to express your approbation of good con duct than disapprobation of bad. Nothinp- can more discourage a child than a spirit of incessant fault finding on the part of its pa rents. And hardly any thing enn exert a more injurious influence upon the disposi tion both of the parent and child. There arc two motives influencing human action ; hope and fear. Hut who would not prefer to have her child influenced to good conduct by the desire of pleasing, rather than by the fear of offending? If a mother never express her gratification when her children do well, and is always censuring when she sees any thing amiss, they are dis couraged and unhappy. They feel that there is no use in trying to please. Their dispositions become hardened and soured bv this ceaseless frettitifj. At lust ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 January 1844

MOIT P If E A I X . Jj Y WM. K. 11Y T II I BltATTLEBORO, Vt. JANUARY 12, 18 44. 3 It. VOL. X. NO. 20. w HI 9S (Mr To the American Public. Improvement in whatever regards the happiness nntl welfare ol'our rare is constantly on (In1 inarch to perfection, and Willi each niccecdiiiir ilny mine lien prohleui is solved, or some profound seeiet re pealed, having un important rind direct hearing uvtr man's highest destinies, Hue taken retro spective view over the past twenty years, how is the iiimil struck with wonder! What rapid strides lias scienee made in every department nt civilized lile .' particularly in that whiuh relates to the knotvli-dgc ofllie liiiman system in health and dis ci re. Mow valtnble and nulls pcnsaldc are the cu rative means recently discovered tluoiiirh the agen cy orcheiiuslry ! How does the imajiiititiini kindle nnil our admiration (flow nt the ingenuity, the neiir tipproaeli to the standard of perfection, of the present tune ! Through the elaborate investigation...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 January 1844

HORRID MUUDBR AND ARSON ON STA TION ISLAND. Wo just lonrn from David Vnn Name, one of the most respectable citizens of the north side of Staten Ialnntl,- t!iat a horrid crime was committed, probably on Sunday night last, in that vicinity.' nuMv, .uxviiiYvi, mi: ' bent mi demonstrating tlmt some things can be said as well as other things. Hut the mot to "no mistake" had belter nnlnt present bo adopted by Mercury. WINDHAM. Mi'stc.w. Cosvestios. At n Miisicnl Cnnvcn- Thh d.lWiiiir cfihimiinlciUlorrhV from llic Bns , Ion Courier of the ilh Inst., in answer lo one dated tinn recently held nt roiillney in this Btnle, llio . LMnlilnirir. Dec. 12. 1813, recently pnnilsncu in fi.llowinrr ri'sotutioii. nmoinr othots, wns Massed . Last. .evening, about eight OCIOCK, llic .u, MIIU paper nnd copied into Hie lionows i ana .Wti, Tlint voonl imuio ought to l.o umilc a house 01 Ulipt. Uco. HOUsmail, aliotll it mile G7.,.itc of tin; nth. It is ovulcnliy wriiion y subject urinttructiun in common schoo...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 January 1844

wmwjaiaigatr f MASSACHUSETTS. , - This I.cnislnfiiro bf Alassflcliiisclts con vened nt Boston, on Wednesday of Inst week. In tlie House, Thomas Kinnicut of Worccsler was chosen Speaker by fil ma jority, ami 0. V. Storey, Clerk, by n ma jority of 02. In iho Senate, J. Quincy, jr. was chosen President, and Charles Cidhoun, Clerk. All tho o llicer s elected arc staunch Whins. On Friday, the. joint committee, to count (public, revenue, containing such provisions, the vote for Governor and Lieut. Governor, guards aud securities as will host eflecl the nb- rcriortcd that the whole niimher of votes for.. K'-ts Herein speciiieii, ami to disconnect me Governor was jyl.'-Itsa. Necessary lor a nnd, imposing duties on imports on the princi- HAIL JKOA1J CQNV 13NTIQN. pie of revcimu Only. , ' . All persona InlcrcKtcd In tho Weft lllvervnilcy I he prevents question wits econded, nnd roUle flir t10 cntr.j.plntcil "Ulm.hpUiA nnd Con Iho mam qnfs .0.1 belliff ' 'Y yeas And u , , , u nj ?x. nays the r...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 January 1844

tlig I J fW 111 .1 Most Athocious Munnnn. The Prov- rejected, lie threatened Mr. Sprnguc, mid V fit1 If J J-4 llPThv f J VP II idencc Journal says 1 "It is with the deep- said he "would settle It with him elsewhere." VhiKsl, ta iLiyuj ,1 V 1,11, est pain we have to record the awful death He has been seen repeatedly, within the rp HAT the Bellows I' nils Canal Company of Lasa Spraguo, Esq of Cranston, senior last week, with n gun in his hand, near 7o "bo partner in tne extensive n.anu.aciur ug nousc wncre Air. o. was ouuu. n.s p cmiscs ,aiu !lotliel, nt WowTxino, In and for the County of 01 A. cc v. opraguc, who was wiiiuny aim uccii searencu, uuo no gun n uu iuuhu uu winillinm, on the second Tuesday of Fehrunry cruelly murdered on his farm on Sunday nf- them, although it is well known that ho hnd nexi. ! order to settle their TaiiifofTolla nc- tcrnoon last. He left his house about 3 one. A bayonet, cartridge-box and sword cording to law. o'clock to go to a portion of bis farm l)ing ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 January 1844

e ix. BHATTLEBORO, Vt. JANUARY 19, 1844. II Y fM. E. II V TIT EH. VOL. X. NO. 21. VERll.OrfT IP Astonishing and True! AMONG Tim THOUSAND MUDICINKS advertised as 'certain fines fur all puhiiuiinr) Complaints,' JAYS!:': EXPECTOIlAlNT Hand, alone, lis path to public confident has been a ..i u'.th I'LTFS. but Cl'KKS: and the vouchers fur its elliiacy include an array of nttnysl City Winch, T.r cliaractMr and respectability, rnnnoi oe surpassed In this country. UK. JAVNK, being himself a physician, docs not profess to perform physical impossibilities ; but he dues assert, and he d.res assert, and lie is borne out by well authentic fart., ihst in all DISKAtSP.S Or THE l.UNOS AND CHKSP which are susceptible of cure, without miraculous interference, his LXPLO TOHANT will restore the patient to health. No ither medicine will remove iimoous nr pus from I he Ihrmt so thoroughly as this. It ellVrtually Wens the coagulated masses Irom the membrane which lines the trschia, and at every cmigh the ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 January 1844

UtVWO.Ut 13 t) 0 C H f JL J7JW 1', JMV.lIt Y ID, 1844. 22D FEBRUARY. TO THE WHIGS OF VERMONT. The undersigned, your Stnto Central that strange indescribable, deep-seeking glance of the cyo which it is dangerous for Busceptiblc young women to encounter too frequently. There was, in truth, something excessively romantic about Hrookc, and we leave our female readers to embody the phrase into any form they please. They met two or three limes by accident, nftcr which they met frequently by design. They did not make assignations, but it soon Committee, having met at Montpclicr, for came to lie understood that Georgiaua fre- unrnoscs contemplated by their appointment, qucntly walked on the banks, of the little cmi,racc thc occasion to make you a brief lake, and tliiil Piaster jiroouo was lonu oi . nddrcss. They arc impelled to do so both fishing. In our system of philosophy, it is (,y ,lcjr attachment to the principles of held, to be impossible mat sucn a fetaio oi (le l)iirtv whom it is t...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 January 1844

DIlUADPUlj STfi.VMHOAT DISASTKR. THIRTY OR FORTY L1VLS LOST I Tlic city of St. Louis, Missouri, as wo learn by paper from thai cily, was thrown into consterna tion anil alarm on tlie 4th inst., by the loss of the steamboat Shepherdess, from Cincinnati, and thirty or lorty pissengers, the previous night, hi consc utience of tho vessel striking a siidit about mid night, while parsing CahokiaTicnil, in sight or St. j.ouis, ami wiimn ttireo miles ol tlio dock, llio concussion was very severe, and must have lorn out several planks. The passengers were in their berths at the time, most uf them having retired for tho night. The water rushed in with great force, and in a minute or two it lose to tho lower deck, where many passengers were asleep. One of the l'ilots went into the hold, but had scarcely entered before the rush of the water drove him out. Tlio Captain, who was on cJutv. ran to the ladies' cabin and nssnred them there was no danger, and return to grant no more licences for the s...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 January 1844

THE HORSE and LOCOMOTIVE. "Ill ! hit" said tlie horse, ond lie cnpcr'd with glee Round llio meadow that skirted tlia wny, "There will be very littlo moio uio nnw lor mo To he harncss'd to carriages heigh i Wlint a curious crenluro the've got to tlial train What n pulling and snorting he makes ! And 'lis said that he cats neither rudder and grain, Wood and water are all that he takes. His stomach is stronger limn that of a horse, To 'manage such horrible Btuir 'Tis just as if 1 should eat fence raits, or worse, And yet he has never enough I And then what a spirit the fellow retains 1 So tireless his bottom is good ; And he never turns tail to tho winds or the rain, And all must get out of his ruad I" And the old horse laughed loudly, "He I he 1 he I he 1 Let them drive along as fnst as they please A fig for the railways tho meadoivs fur me, To rumble or lest at my case !" And the horse caper'd on in a spree of delight, And I've nothing further to tell, For 1 scarcely had time, ere we...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 January 1844

VERMONT P HEYIX. ttu .1 BY WM, 13. It y T II 13 11 . BRATTLEBORO, Vt. JANUARY 26, 18 44." VOL. X. NO.. .22.?: tOVn UNCIIANCJINO. An J is it just or kind, my mother, To break, my heatt to soothe your own ; And would you give mo another 'Hint! him I love and love alone? Shall 1 be fulne tii every feeling, To every plighted word untrue And with )oor smiles my thoughts concealing, Ucstow this wedded heart nncw ? I never loved but once no never ) And when a heart like mine is given It fondly loves nnd loves forever, Unchanging as the truth of Heaven, Before the sacred marriage altar, With Aim nlone, hand linked in hand, Suitalhed by trust that c.nnot falter, Dear Mother will your daughter stand ! Then deem not that such love will perish, By nny change, nr time, 01 chance, For 1 can never cease to cherish The thoughts you vainly call "romance."' Undiiiiiued will grow my trun devotion, Now rendered to his dcafpst name ; Unladed bloom each sweet emotion, Through life, thro' life the same, t...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 January 1844

ft. From the Richmond Whig. A LETTER FIIOM AIR. RIVES TI10 following letter from the lion. Wil liam C. Rives, as will be seen from its .face, was written to a personal friend in Hanover, "T;utnnotlier"gentlemnn, having learned in a conversation with Mr. Rives that ho had written 'such n letter, containing a full ex pression. of hiskviews on the subject of the Presidential election, has obtained a copy of the letter, with permission to have it pub lished," as the best means of satisfying all in quiries niiil removing oil doubts ns to the course Mr. Rives will pursuo in the ap proaching contest : ' Wasiiinoton, Jan. 1, 1844. Y' My Dear Sir, It seems to be now defi nitely settled that the country is to bo Called upoii to retract the solemn decision pro nounced by It in 1840 upon the demerits of Mr.' Van Huron's administration, and to rc etbrc him to power, without a solitary atone ment for the past Or pledge of amendment for' the future. The indications which havoi been given here, sin...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 January 1844

VERMONT STATE TEMPERANCE U t ' ' " SOCIETY.1 This Society held its nrnuinl meeting nt llutlnnd on tlic 10th and 11th instant, nnd we observe that the meeting was well at tended by men, who arc bent upon vigorous Vctiori in behalf of tho cause of temperance ' The resolutions indicate the sentiments of ,'tlie .socicty-ahil doubtless the sentiments 'prevailing among the friends of temperance. iWo copy from tlicm : By, Mr. Adams of DUrlington t.i Resolved, Tliat llie friends of moral im 'Jirovcmcnt have reason to rejoice in the re formation of a clans of valuable men who 'Mve been reformed from a state of drunk "oriiicss to sobriety; to all of such wo say, fc!.6d'speed 1 anil hail their union with the '.society as valuable and efficient aids in tho good cause, OJy Mr. Slade- of Middlebury Resolved, That it be recommended to the rpcpplc' to petition the Legislature to prohib it" the sale, except for medical and manufac turing , purposes, of intoxicating liquors in nil. t lie towns in thi...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 26 January 1844

TJU2 SEWING CHICLE. Itannct stop to alter word once tcritten." .Header, did vou ever eo Where the ladiei meet to sew, Needle, thimble, thread in hand, OW and young, a happy band I Take a veal and hear the rhat, Now of thin and Uicr of lhat, Shvcs or solas, aungs or breed, Book or drcf art, lace or thread, Meinirriiin praetited daily, Dickens' lest, t nd Churl? O'Malley, The lint wedding, and the bride, And a little world beaide, Worka ofgeniua, gems of art, KYerylhing muat have a ait! Then jut aeo the fingers lly, 'Along those threada of every dye; Here a fadeless flower is blooming, Thcre,a bud no worm's consuming ! l'ray sir, would you like to buy I Here's a purse you'd belter try, Filled with Denton's mint-drops fair, It will make your music rare ; Or, perhaps you'd like this guard, Fairy finuera labored hard, Knot by knot the silk to lie, Come sir, you had better buy. Mark ! the door-bell, who is there? "Indies, , Esquire." .Thcn's renewed the merry hum, 'Gaily welcomed as they ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 2 February 1844

I find rt Vrt tu i-m-KJ' ii liivnl . ftffj ) Km-I I (-flu - J., H,) i, . 'ttam xi.i,lj!?f n,,-' i i fin, i , yf'uifn )J1; pt:i!,n ', ( . . . " . .I ,lt r"n ' .'i.i ! i , , i , , J M J!f T i P II IE IT I X rtMT yrT ti1'. i'-iV,'j.,m..rk,'t ' 'it-.'l In ..! 1 (., J,,.,- (. , 4" I. BY -WM. B H A T TLBB OR O , V t F if B RV A R Y 2,1 8 4 4." Hi (nil .v.,;-, WRIGHT'S , ,l'Kpi AM YEdETABLE PILLS ; on -. INDIAN PUHQATIVE. FTpIIOUOlI Many medicine haVe been before Hie urn, -iiuuiic lor a macli longer period than WnldiiT's jnuf .Vfoktadlr Vats, ypt mine stands now d r!!lf?i",rn'uloior ,ln" wore rapidly attained a firm Iilild tjririrl papular estimation. Tlie thuusands that hivtf (i.wl Ilium throughout the li-ngili and breadth of, tho Ilcpublic, nil bear cheerful testimony-lo their NVTrng'1 flKcncjr and mild operation when employed lir id'"0'1 di"lreii'"'' disorders "which flesh Is -Thtfthebry of disease on which Wn.niin.r iiiak Vf,9,i:.K I'll.i.s are founded, is this, yiri that ''JWW'ly one ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 2 February 1844

ABOLITION AND THE IUGI1T. OF SEARCH. Tlio following speech on thosubject ofSIa- very and the Right of Petition, is one oftl nigstscjnsiblp, and,.coining.from u North Car olina'meinhcr, one of the most important, re cently .delivered in. Congress, .tit was made upon the resolution to rescind the obnoxious . ' Vf i-M T 1 wcnty-lirst rule. Wo copy it entire troin the Intelligencer; Mr. Cllhgman, wlio had been long ahd ea gcrly watching the Speaker s eye, having succeeded iii obtaining the floor, Observed, in the oncnihii of" his remarks, that it might b"osUpppsodj from the anxiety ho had mani fested to get the Hoof, that lie considered liiplsclf ad having something Very important to say. If such was the expectation of nny, they would, ho feared, bo disappointed f ho !iad'ittle to say, and iri flaying it he sholijd ndt detain the House long. But it so hap pened (said Air. u.) mat, on me second day of the session, when the gcntlcniim from Mass, (Mr. Adams,) made his motion to strike' out...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 2 February 1844

coat; It CSS. Wasiiinoton, Monday Jan. 22. n .i i.:,. ,i.. :.. ,t. n i injur uuiiiu iiuiuiuu uuy, in mil liuusu. line of interest occurred in that body. 10 Senate were occupied the whole of its ting in listening to tho speech of Air. Er siu reply to Mr. McDuliic, and adjouru before lie had cot through with his re- arks. Air. Evans replied seriatim to the posi- - ..1 I... M t-rv .n l l at tho theories of that gentleman in rela- - rrV . . . . 1 . nv..:n . incd by tho experience of tho country, c also went into a particular examination the annual Report or tho .secretary ofthc rcasury in relation to me proDauic re- .... .l :. . r.i.:- I ....... seal year, and showed that so far from there cing any well grounded probability of a de ciencyr that there was every reason to be erc that tho revenues for each ofthoscyears . .II ..... - , fl ... I 1 1 1 I 1 1 UI U lit 1.1. (I U U 11 U II I. It L If I, H 1.1 (111 1 1 I i ,t,rfrm nrnnnt if ii rrta nttt .Ofiillil in nil ,.... n .. I . iij ol some...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 2 February 1844

Hilary.' Jl.O HUE X V . '''' ' r .1 j. - lt".i t. iir t. Moonr. 'Good nlglitl good ninhtl" and ! it so? An'd must I from my Rosa go J ' Oh! Rosa, say "Good night I" once more, "'And I'll repeal It o'er and o'er, "Till tlio first glance of dawning light, Shall find us laying still, " Good night 1" ' An'd tlill "Good night I" my Uoa say llut whisper still, "A minute slay And I will stay, and avery tiilnntcj ' Shall have an aco of rapture in it. ' We'll kiss and kits in quick delight, "And murmur, while we kits, 1 Good night 1" ilgh, -."Good night t" you'll murmur with a i And lell me u u tune to iiy : And 1 wilt vow to kisJ no more, Yet kiln you closer than before ; . Till slumber seal our wenry sight, j'tn'd 'then, my lovol my soul I "Good night I" V' A boy in Vermont, on hearing that tho temperance folks in Boston were in such n hurry .to get rid of their cftlcr, that'thcy were' paying 75 cents a day for drinking it, sHi'd "if, his father was there ho might make tluco.or four dollar...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 February 1844

TERMON Ti P H(EjI X . '; .( ! l; - If !! 'iijtH.'i-T 31 Y WM. E. 11 Y Til Kit. BRATTLEBORO, V fa FEB11C AR Y 9 , 18 44. VOL. X. -NO. 24'. To the American I Public. ' improvement in whatever regards llie happiness nnd welfare of our race is constantly on the inarcli tp, perfection, anil with each succeeding day some how problem is solved, or some profound scotct re vealdd, having nn important nnd direct hearing river 'inau'sj highest detinies. II wc take a retro spective, view aver the past twenty years, how is the iriind stpicli with .wonder J., WJial rapid strides Jjas science made in every department ot civilized life 1 -particularly in that which relates to the knowledge of the human system in health nnd dis caset illow valuable and iildinpensablo are the cu rative means recently discovered lliiotigh the agen cy ofchvmistry ! How does the imagination kindle And Our admiration rrlnwht llm Inimnniiu iiiU approach trtthe standard ofperfecli()n,of the present V'"e j Through the elabo...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 9 February 1844

(t7 The following remarks from llic N. Y Tribune nro directly to the point to which We with to call the attention of our Whig friends. LET US ELECTIONEER 1 Friends op Hrnhv Clay I it is high time we were earnestly, zealously, universally engaged in preparing the Public Mind for the Great Contest of 1841. Some of us ore so, but a few cannot do all that muat be done. There are One Million and a Half of Whig Voters in the Union, many or whom need to be aroused and supplied with renewed cvi dencqof the identity of Whig Principles 'nnd measures with the Public Interest and Welfare J thero nro many thousands beside, Vho have never taken any decided part in Politics, and may be won to our side by proper and seasonable effort. If there be One Hundred Thousand of us resolved to do all in our power for the ensuing ten months, our victory is certain. Who will not be one of the Minute Men of this Con test I Let rto man neglect his business, let "none spend in Electioneering the money that is ne...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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