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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 2 February 1860

NEW AGRICULTURAL SETTLEHEKT. To nil wantin- Farms A.-nAUK OrPORTUMTY IN A DELIGHTFUL AND HEALTHY CLIMATE 25 MILES SOUHEAST OF PHILADELPHIA, ON THE CAMDEN ASD ATLANTIC RAILROAD, NEW 3 ERSUY. , , An old estate consisting of several thou 3riJs or acres of productive soil has been ' "cifvfoVd into 'arms oS varinu izes lo suit Uie purchaser. A population of some Fif teen Hundred, from various parts of the mid die- plates am New England have settled tlioru ih past year, improved their places, and raised excellent craps. The price of the Ja'rtiJ is ai the low sum of from $15 to $-J0 per acre, the soil is ol the best quality foi the production of Wheal, Clover, Corn, Peaches, Grapes and Vegetables. It is con- 1 fettleied the best Fruit soil in the Union. The place is perfectly secure from Irosts destructive enemy of the farmer. Cmp kf? ftfin; otnss and Iruit ate now giowiog runll onn Ire seen. IS v exnminit:" the place Liilself, a correct judgment can he formed of ttlte prCjlticlneiiess ol ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 9 February 1860

JDcuofeir to politics, literature, QVgricuItitre, Sricnrc, illoraliti), ani metal intelligence. VOL 19. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. FEBRUARY 9, 5360. NO. 5, Published by Theodore Schoch.j speech of cassitjs h. clay. TERMS. two dollars per annum in advance Two Delivered on the Capitol Steps at Fr ank doftars and a quarter, half ycarl' and if not paid be- fort. January 10,1660, fore the end of ihr. vcar, Two dollars and a half. J No papers disconunued lunl il 1 all arrearages are paid, , From tb(J Cj0innati Gazette, texcepl at the option of the KditOr. iDAih-crt.sements of one square (ten jinesr or .less, t Governor Maeoffin in his message, and one or three insertions, $100. Each additional mser- ,. .. . , e , ton, 35 cents. Longer ones in proportion. V ice-r resident Jjreokinridge before the Having a general assortment of large, plain and or iniiiiih 0v.n,i . ,,,..,.-. " - iital Type, w c are prcp.iri-u iu vAauiuicij unof SPMRSSWWfo j ijtit ITniftc Vntoc nianV "RprMnt. -arua, V ,...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 9 February 1860

l)c Jcffcrsonian. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1860. UjT Squire, n few words with you and your helper, in reference to the Helper affair. A few wccIjh ago the Democrat attemp ted to prove that Helper, the author of tho 'Impending Crisis," was a hypocrite. We denied that this ebargo r. as true, and published Helper's letter of explana tiou to prove that we were correct iu so doing. We then challenged tho Sqaire to cite passages from the Helper Look i i question, in which rebellion was recom mended. Tho Squire accordingly cite several passages which he thinks are re bellious. Now it will be remembered that Helper is a native of North Carolina, and -as taught from his youth, as a mat ter of course, that slavery was ju-t the thing that the South needed iu order to prosperity and happiness. But when he had arrived at an age of discretion, he began to think differently, and the cam paign of 1856, caused him to investigate closely the facts grounding the Slavery question, and finding it so much w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 9 February 1860

Notice, Ii the Court of Common Picas of MONROE COUNTY. Jacob Corrcll, Philip Kresge, Veo Ex. and John Merwine (de terris No. 1, of J D e oern- vs. NOW READY. The Prince of the House of David! The Prince of the House of David! The Prince of the House of David ! By the Rev, J. H. INGRAM AM. LL. D. A new and revised edition, with the au- ihto's latest corrections. One volume, 12mo. cloth, 472 pages. Price $1.25. Published hy GEO. G. EVANS, 439 Clacsiiul street, PHILADELPHIA John Fr. Hornbergcr. ber tern, 1859. Id the ssatter of distribution of the fand arising from the aaid writ, to and aotoDg tbo lieu creditors. The undersigned, auditor, appointed by the said Court to make distribution of the aforementioned fund among the lien cred itors of the above named defendant, here by gives notice, that he will attend to the duties of hid appointment, at his office, in the borough of Stroudsburg, oo Friday the 17th day of February, A. D 18G0, at THE PILLAE, OF FIEE! 2 o'clock in the afternoon o...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 9 February 1860

STATEMENT Of Receipts and Expenditures of MGNBOE COUNTY. JACOB W. KRESGE, Treasurer, in ac count wiih the Couuly of Monroe, from the Siv-t duy of January A. D. 1659 to the second duy ol January lfc60, inelu&ixe. To cash ree'd from Collectors on account of taxes for the year 1857, do do do do do 1859, do do do do do 1859, To cath ree'd of Levi Slnlter, late Treasurer, per hands of Sarn'l S. Dreher. Esq. To cifch ree'd of Pat. G.ilvin, per hands of Hiram Warner To ca&h ree'd uf J. C. Strunk, late Commissioner To cash rec' of John Harter, on ex onerations (taxes) To cash ree'd of Jonas Gillenswik, for taxes returned To cash rec d of Amos Mores, Ex ecutor, for Slate and County tax es hy Collector?, for 1853 To Redemption? on unseated lands for sale of 1C--59 To Redemptions on seated lands for sale of 1858 To balance due last settlement on road taxes To .balance due last settlement on school taxes To balance due treasurer S284 90 4196 48 2748 01 132 36 2 40 1 23 0llr, 7 74 63 358...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 16 February 1860

4 N 4- t t - JDcuotcit t3 politics, fitcrarutc, OlgvicuUitvc, Science, iltoratitn, anb (general InicUianue. tit?- 5 - STROUDSBUKG, MONEOE COUNTY, PA. FEBRUARY 16, 1S69. NO'. "6 Published liy Theodore Selioch. TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance Two dollars 'ami a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be fore the end of the year, Two dollars and a half. No naners discontinued until all arrearages aie paid, except at the option of the Editor. lO Advertisements of one square (ten lines) or less, one or three insertions, SI Oil. Each additional mscr lon, 7.i cents. Longer ones m proportion. XOtt f'RfNTIft'G. having a Rcncral assortment of large, plain and or . ...55 .. nrnr..n-il in orprntt; everv de s.'- :":v;n!.rmi iu execute even-de uaincsimi ijiiu, iu - tcriptionof SPMiOTSSSr- r.,r,ls. Circulars, mil Heads, Notes. B ank Receipts, Juslices. Legal Tillices I.effal aim Oilier lJlll, riiinj'""'-1-l" . . . i ..i i . . i t.. . 1 1 1 it c - r nrtn ted 'with neatness at this office. and ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 16 February 1860

S1)C 3c(fcvsoninn. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1830. The Late Storm. hi I'nltf on last J huriMlav nltiht. a 15 - - - " all dny Fiidrty, raped it a fearful rate and in ccjtnin loealitie did much dat' no. In t1is county, o fur a- wo have learned, the lo-s ha- not been very rxt-'ii- Mve. The All right MetbodiU Church near Sayloraburg, wns unroofed, and the futile cnd.s of the brick walls were blown down, and we learn that the hide wall li ..hnttfrnd and nrUK2 thai they will probably have to be ro-built Tbo barn of John J. Griffin in Stroud township, was partly blown down. Sev eral buildings in New York City, Jersey City. Brooklyn, and, indeed, all placoh that we have beard from,- were more or less damaged, some blown down, su: many unroofed. The shipring was gen erally much damaged, and especially at and around New York; and tbo following boats, schooners, &c, were sunk together with their contents: lianre A.Woodruff, loaded with potatoes; the schooner Mid dieses aud George; a caDal boa...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 16 February 1860

STATEMENT Of Receipts and Expenditures of MONROE COUNTY. JACOB W. KRESGE, Treasurer, in ac count with the County of Monroe, from the first day "f January A. D. 1859 to the eccond day of January 1SG0, inclusive. mi. To cash ree'd from Collectors on account of taxes for the year 1857, 284 DO do do do do do 1858, do do do do do 1859, To ca6h ree'd of Levi Slutter, late Treasurer, per hands of Satn'l S. Dreher, Esq. To cash ree'd of Put. Galrin, per hands of Hiram Warner To cash ree'd of J. C. Strunk, late Commissioner To cash rec' of John Harter, on ex onerations (taxes) To cash ree'd of Jonas Gillenswik, for taxes returned To cash ree'd of Amos Mores, Ex ecutor, for State and County tax es by Collectors, for 1853 To Redemptions on unseated lands for sale of 1858 To Redemptions on seated land for sale of 185S To balance due last settlement on road taxes To balance due last settlement on school taxes To balance due treasurer 419G 48 2748 01 132 38 2 40 1 23 2 15 56 7 50 74 71 65 81 358 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 16 February 1860

In Ihis'fVmrt of Common Picas of -R30SiRO COUNTY. Jacob Curivll. Philip K wire. "I Yen Ex. uu W if - ' John Meiwibe ! de tcrrifi John Er. Hcrubcrger J Decern- Ltr tere:, lU. lfn tbc matter of distribution of the fund an ing from the -aid writ, to aud among tic lien creditors. ,vTbc uudcr-igned, auditor, nppoiuted b the. said Court to make distribution of tin itforementioned fund among the lien cred itors of tnc above named defendant, Lere Ify-ftivos notice, tht he will attend to the autics of hi'-t appointment, at his office, in tlio borough of Stroud.bur.;. on Friday tie 1tls day of February, A. D IHCU, at 2,VcJpek in the n'tenioon of said day. u lieu and where all persons intercsti'd in aid fund, are requested to pre.-ent their Maims or be debarred from coming in upon the same ,. VM. K. TIAYILAND, Auditor. Siroudrburg. January I J). l'Gl. jfourl JJvodnnmtiou. Pi Whereas, the Hon. Gr.o on R. Bahri:tt President Judge of titc&MJu. al District of Pennsylvania, composed of the unti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 23 February 1860

mi SJcuotci to IPoIitirs, iteraturc, Agriculture, Sricncc, JHoralitj, auir encval Intelligence. VOL 9. STKOUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. FEBRUARY 23, 5860. NO. 7. Published bv ThCOdorC SeltOCh. TRHMSTwo dollars nor annum in uIvu.cn-.Tivo tlalhirs and a quarter, half yearly ami if not paid be r. . . . .. . -... Ton the end of the yenr, Two dollars und a half. No papers discontinued until all arrearages arc paid, except at the option of the Editor. IO Advertisements of onesquare (ten lines) or less, one or three insertions, $ 1 00. Each additional inser ton, 23 cents. Longer ones in proportion. rayins a general assortment of large, plain and or nmental Type, wc are prepared to execute every dc icription of Cards, Circulars, HiU Heads, iNotcs, niank Receipts,' Jastices, Lewi and other Manks, Pamphlets- &c, prm ted with neatness and despatch, on roasoiirthlc terms it ViscVict. :- r.l...j..1.-..,M.n--m--, j. q. dcckwortu. John hays Wo CottEfctl-V dealers. I T . : DUCKWORTH & IIAYN,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 23 February 1860

.9 mm . MiW l)c 3cffersoniau. "HtTUSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1380. Q The Monroe Democrat or rather his helper, in the last weeks issue, iu-no ticing our reply to a number of ground less charges mode by that paper, on the i2d instant, against the Republican party, Helper, and ourselves, attempts to skull: the responsibility of making good hU Tflckless charges, by assorting our reply to be pointless and of tho "cork screw order Now the Dctnocmts helper may bo right in declaring our article to bo of the "oork i-orew order," for it certainly has screwed him up to that degrco that he has nothing to say. Thin is evident from the fact that be had made some peven or eiht charges a gainst the parties indiottf-d above, of tbe IBOst reckless and absurd character, all of which we denied, and clearly demon ftrated that we were oorrect in eo doing, ond dared him to faco the mufic, or, by failing to do this, to show plainly to tLe public that he had asserted what he knew to bo fal-e. How docs ho meet us!...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 23 February 1860

For Bent. The Tavern Otana ana x'arin, euuaiuu xne ranee oi me iiOUSG 01 JJavitt! . . . . i ... j i i : rru 13 -r .i. tt r t- :a i . l z 1 I I rrn V . n 1 1. ?- In 'Priccburg, on lue main roau leamug auu fiiuuo vi uie xluusb ui jjaviu: f.rtm Rnlein and Newfoundland, to Strouda- The Prince of the House of David ! burg; is now offered for rent, on reasona ble terms. An industrious and reliable person will find if r his advantage to can II III M "V - r j nnd examine the premises Possession given Gret of April. N. B. Ferdinand Dutot, Esq, of Stroudsburg, will give apy and all infor mation required, concerning the property. Priccburg, Feb. 2, 1800.-41. NOTICE Is hereby given, that the following ac count has been filed in the Office of the Prothonotary of Monroe County, and will be presented for confirmation, at the nest Court of Common Pleas, of said Couuty, on Monday, tbo 27th day of February, 1S60. Account of J. Edward Iloodinachnr, Guardian of the children and minor chil dren, of Pete...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 23 February 1860

STATEMENT Of Receipts aud Expenditures MONROE COUNTY. TA' OIJ V. KRESGE. Treasurer, in count with the Countv of Monroe, from the liivt day of January A. D. 1859 to the fecund day of January 1860, inclusive. To cash ree'd from Collectors on account of taxes for the year 1S57, $284 90 do do do do do 1858, 4196 48 do do do do do 1859, 2748 01 To caEh ree'd of Levi Slutter, late Treasurer, per hands of Sum 1 S. Dreher. Esq. To cat-h ree'd of Pat Galvm, per hands of Hiram Warner To cash ree'd of J. C. Slrunk, late Commissioner To cash rec' of John Harter, on ex onerations (taxes) To cash ree'd of Jonas Gillcnswik, for taxe returned To cash ree'd of Amos Mores, Ex ecutor, for Slate and County tax es by Collectors, for 1853 To Redemptions on unseated lands for sale of 1853 To Redemptions on seated lands for sale of 1S5S To balance due last settlement on road taxes To balance due last settlement on school taxes To balance due treasurer 132 2 1 2 1 $6301 S577 "T.. Uln tnn Ann ni Inst Bpftiem...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 1 March 1860

! ft I i8 Denoted to IPoIitics, literature, Agriculture, Science, JHoraliiij, anfc euera! Intelligence. -t: VOL 19. STROUDSBUKG, MONEOE COUNTY, PA. MARCH 1, $0. N0..8. Published by Theodore Schoch.'ond thus 80 f6r from beins an us TERMS.-Tvvodollarspcranmiminndvancc-Two!tcrro ifc was a.UBUal ono io the diposi d oil Jtrs and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be- tioD of power ID the United States. A forc the end of the year. Two dollars and a half. ! .t i it r 1 n No papers discontinued unlil all arrearages are paid, ' nothcr Clause says that Congress Phall except at the option of the Editor. have nower to "rpirnlain rnmmprnp ' ICTAdvertiscmcnts of one square (ten lines) or less "ave power 10 reguiaio commerce. one or three insertions, SI 00. Each additional inser- Does any Democrat deuy that that 19 a ten, 33 cents. Longer ones in proportion. j legislative power? Wbot, UDder it, have JOS PRIHTflSG. j they done? Tbey not ouly "regulate Having a general assortment of large, plain...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 1 March 1860

tjc Jcffcrsonian. THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1860. FOR GOVERNOR Hon. Andrew G-. Curtin, OF CENTER COUNTY. 2r The People's Convention, wbiol was held at Ilarrisburg on the 22d ult.. did a good woik in nominating Col. AN drew Q. Curtin, of Centre County, for Governor of this Stole. Col. Cui tain has been a member of the Stato Legislature, and has held the offico of Seorctary of Stato. He is a lawyer of superior talent, and a capital btump speaker, who will most undoubtedly personally canvass the State thoroughly and successfully, no mat ter ivhp the Democracy put against hioi. He is strongly in favor of protection tc American industry, and of course opposed to tho extension of Slavery into free ter ritories, and ia therefore just the man for the people and the whole people, who ro gard the interests of the wbito man supe rior to those of the Slaveholder and his slaves. He is well worthy to be the suc cessor of the present able ExecutiTO, who has so faithfully discharged the duties of that off...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 1 March 1860

Pennsylvania Democratic State Conven tion. BEADING, Pa., Tuesday, Feb. 29, 18G0. Tho whirl and excitement bere to-day is very great. The oity is crowded to ex cess with delegates and other politicians attending upon the Democratic State Convention to be held to-tuorrovr. The trains from all points, to-day, came well filled. The headquarters of Messrs. "Witto and Fry, the prominent candidates for nomination for Governor, are at the Keystone House, where all the attractions renter. Tho ourrcnt this evening is run ning apparently in favor of Mr. Witte. The friends of the candidates hold a cau cus to-night. The Keystone Club of Philadelphia armed this evening. Ira B. Newman, A. M., Well known and generally esteemed iu this section ot the country, as a success ful educator of youth, died at Milford, Pa., on the 17th inst., aged about 45 years. He was carncs-tly dovotod to the cause of popular instruction; and though ois pecuniary circumstance were such as to warrant his abandoning the ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 1 March 1860

WASHINGTON HOTEL Sandt & KacMiue, Proprietors. STRGUDSBUnC, PA. Ibis commodious and well arranged Hotel is now open for the accommodation of the pub lic, Iravelli-ra and others will 6nd the Proprietors aud servants obliging and attentive to their wont, THE I A BLE will be loaded with the substantiate as well as the delicacies o? the season; Tiie Cunnbcrs and Beds, will be found neat, clean and comfortable, and The Hit will be supplied with none but the tet liquor", atid the choicest brands of cisrara. A careful and experienced bottler will have charge of the stables The public patron ago i respectfully Eolicited. fSrBoarders taken by the day or JOHN SANDT. D NIEL KACHLINE. Stroudhburg, Fob. 2 3, 16 60. 2Umlnistratov0 Notice. EsliUc of JOlKi? PRICE, Late of Price Township, dee'd All persons indebted to said Estate a reaucrted to make immediate pay ment ; aud those having legal claims, are desired to present them, in proper order for settlement, without delay, to JEREMIAH POSTENS,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 8 March 1860

fit -.--r--t HJcDOtci to politics, literature, Agriculture, Science, iHoralitu, cmi encral intelligence. IMrP,,T.,rrynJjp,rpf'M'-?g VOL 19. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. MARCH 8, 1SC0. NO. 9- 4 Published by Theodore Schoch. TERMS. Two dollars per ahnum in ndvnncc Two Uollnrs anil a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be fore the end of the year, Two dollars and a half. No papers discontinued until allarrearagcs arc paid, fcxeept at Uie option of the Editor. iD'Atlvcrtisemcnts of one square (ten lines) or less, tone or three insertions, SI 00. Each additional inser ion. 25 cents. Longer ones in proportion. JFOI5 PRIXTHG. lbiring a general assortment of large, plain and or hamental Type, we are prepared to execute every de senpuon oi Cards, .Circulars, Bill Heads. Notes, Dlank Receipts, -Justices, Legal and other lllanks, Pamphlets, kc, prin led with ne.itiiess and despatch, on reasonable terms at this office. J. Q. DUCKWORTH. JOHN HAYS To Country Beaters. DUCKWORTH & MAYN, WHO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 8 March 1860

l)c 3cffcrsonian. THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1860. FOR GOVERNOR Hon. Andrew G. Curtin, OF CENTER COUNTY. Itapnblicau National Convention Change of the Time of Meeting The 1 Gih of May appointed. AltjXny, Feb. 23. The Republican. National Committee has changed the day for tbo meetinir of the National Convrn tion at Chicago, to the 16th of May. The following is the cord of the L-omtait-tee announcing this determination. Rephklican National Committee Albany. Feb. as. I860. The question of the propriety of changing the titce of holding the Republican National Uonvcn tion having been submitted to the mem bersof the Republican National Commit tec, and their view? having been cosmu nicatcd bv letter, it is determined, in ac cordanco with the wishes of o majority thereof, tbattbe said Uonvenhon be neld on Wednesday the 10th of May next. Edwin D. Morgan, Chairman. Wm M. Chase, Secretary. )jrWe will publifb nest week a very interesting biographical sketch of A. G Curtin, the People's worthy candidate...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 8 March 1860

TTPAastria,,by, itsjpervorsoness snd tyranny is rapid Ij paving tho way for its -own dismemberment. It has adopted tHe most despotic policy towards ffanga ry and; Yeriitia, and has inspired the ar bitrary government of Naples to increase its oppreiMe exactions. Respecting the condition of things in Venitia, a letter from Milan sayt: "Wo continue to reocivo more and moro. afflicting news from Yenitia. They have sent off to the fortres of Moravia and tbo Danube two trains, one of 80 and the other of 11)0 porsous, all in chains, and who had becu arrested on the suspicion of feeling love for their coun try. These individual have not under gone any form of trial. Fresh arrests are being made in all the towns of Veni tia. These towns arc still deserted. Fvery day acts ofviolcuco are committed. Tbcy insist in their system of provocation in order to force tbe people to resist, by vrhich they would havo a pretest for veut ing their rage on every 000' In Hungary, tbe popular movement of hosti...

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