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THE LETTER WRITER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 30 January 1830

THE LETTE'* WIÏîrÉ»,i I last week til ti myself the rilen«tiic to extract fl passage from the' letter of a Cockney emigrant at at this place addressed to his friends in England, and. ni far tis I ebitld, to expose the extravagancies ofthe writer. 1 flitter. mjsjdfl.lmvcMiice disco- vered the original writer, . bnt when 1 asked him to point out the locality of his non-deseript vege- tables und of I"» black' hay-stack* bull«, heion fesstd that when lie Saw them in the bush he had actually lost himself, and has since soarcek been ab'e to recover either the one identity or the other. I have since met with the following pas- sage in the Scotsman, apparently from the same hand : -"Yon may fill a bushel basket in 5 minute» with ovters and mussels at any of the b'ivs. til half an hour the other day, 1 and two companions caught 17 cray-fish, weighing from two tu four pounds each, equal in flavour to English lobster.*** in company with a delicate-eating parrot-fidi; of twelve poiinds besides ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 30 January 1830

WANTED, with immédiate possession, a HOUSE, containing fiom four to six good looms, in Hobart or its vicinity. Apply at the Gazette office. WOOL -Wanted a quantity of coarse clean Wool. Apply to WM. KERMODE. Salt pan plain*. _______ HUON'PINE.-To be Sold, 40 logs of good Timber.-Apply to WM. MAYCOCK, Ship Launch. Argyle street, Jan. 2D, 1830. BILLS OF EXCIUNOr:. TENDERS for Bills of r,\r)in>Ee to he dnw» on the Governor. Deputy Govinior and Di- rectors of the Van Diemeu's Land Company, London, will be received by (he undersigned. JOHN KERR, Company's Agent. Hobart town, January 10, 1830. J. W. SCOTT, SEEDSMAN, HAS the pleasure to announce to the publie, that be has forwarded by the Prince Regent to England a collection of the most valuihle of the seeds, the natural production of this Island , and also 112 different species of dried plants to the President of the Linnean Society, Solio square. London. Also, two oases of seeds, oneofdiied plants, hy the Amjthest, and to a gentleman...

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Hobart town, January, 28, 1830. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HOBART TOWN COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 30 January 1830

Hobart town, January, 28, 1830. . To TiiEEniTOR OF'THE H«iBA.itTTOivN CouhiEn. I Sin,-I very unwillingly intrude my»elfupon public notice-, but the continued alacies of the Colo nial 'funes newspaper upon m,v chai'icer and con- duct compel mc to »lo so. I »hull, however, address myself only to the mis-statemcnts or" that paper re- specting the late trial. I do not think it becoming in »ue to descend to any refutation of the calumnies lhere repeated, any further than intrcat the piihlio to bear injinnd, that tthe verdict in my favour lins pronounced the in false. The charges of tho Coloni- al 'lime» ncainsl mc were, thal I had anted in my office ol' Under Sheriff willi unfairness and undue partiality, Uadllie writer of the« libel imputed lo me precipiliinoy or indiscretion mel ely, such a charge would nut li ii fe- boen in law a libel, and I could not, therefore, have resorted to a court of justice; but the Charge was expiesuly onu of tintine leaning towards one party, to the disadva...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 30 January 1830

Clje Courier. SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 1830. Anived, on Saturday the' 23d. inst. the colonial sloop Margaret, Mr. John Pringle, maltee, from ' Launceston, with a cargo of sundries. On Sunday, Ibe brig Caroline, Captain James Smith, from a whaling voyage, having expended all her provisions. She bal obtained about 100 tons ' of sperm oil. Passengers by the Guildford, which sailed for     Bombay on the 19th inst.-Major and Mrs. Turton, Capt. Molyneux Dalrymple, Captain Sweeney, Lt. and Mrs. Williams, Lieut. Miller, Lieut. Ellis, 193 non-commissioned officers and privates, 24 women, and 36 children, of the 40th.,regt.; Dr. McLeod, Capt. Story, Capt, and Mrs. Raymond. Sailed on Saturday the 23d. inst., for Ibe Mauritius, tbesbip_Thames,C«pt. Win. Andernon/with a cargo of colonial produce, shipped by J.T. Gellibrand, esq. viz ;-18in. bricks,99 planks gum, 12 tons fue-woud, ' 10 head of cattle, 108» sheep, 12 sides bacon, 12 barns, 6 pig»' cheeks, 25 sheep skins. 350...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 30 January 1830

7"AVTED, a «tcndy, active, Young Man. Applv to Mi. LÀNGron». 26th Jan. 18?0. TASMANIAN CHEESE. I]H)R SALE, a small quantity < f vcrv sitpeiint 1 CHEESE, nianufartm ed by Mr. Shei win of the Chile, at the Stoies of Mr. John Bancit, Eli ¡rabeth-strcet. TO BE LET, with immediate possession, that neat and commodious Dwelling-house, just   finished in a superior manner, situated in Camp- bell street, between the late residence of Mr. T. Atkinson and Mr. Young's, containing 11 rooms and 2 cellards. There is a neat Garden attached to   the premises. It is well calculated for a genteel family residence, or a lodging or mercantile esta- blishment. Apply to the Printer. CALCUTTA HOUSE. TOHN BODRY, eornei of Ai aryle and Liverpool streets bees to return his thanks to his friends and the public in genera!, for the liberal support thev have afforded bim since he has com- menced business, and takes the piescnt oppoitn nity to state that finm the supplies lie h...

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CRIMINAL COURT. SATURDAY, JAN. 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 30 January 1830

CRIMINAL COURT. SATURDAY, JAN. 23. John Kulan and Samuel Jones were cou« vieted of killing one sheep, with intent to steal the carcass, the property of Captain Robson of the Macquaiie river. The same pleaded guilty to an information charging them with stealing sundry articles of wear- ing apparel, the property of Thomas Arnold and George James. Joseph Ashton was convicted of feloni- ously receiving a saddle, bridle, and' mar- tingale, the property of Mr James Collins, Sheriff's Officer, well knowing the same lo have been fcioniously stolen.- . Joseph Fogg was convicted of an unna- tural crime, committed in September last at Pittwater. MONDAY. Janies Collins was acquitted of stealing a bullock hide, the properly of Mr. Edwaid Bowden. .John Gibson was convicted of stealing from the person of Mr. Alexander Brawler, one watch, one seal, aud two keys, in Octo- ber last. Richard Bottely was capitally convicted of breaking and entering the dwelling house or shop of Mr. W) It le, the pastry...

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FROM THE SYDNEY GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 6 February 1830

FROM THE SYDNEY GAZETTE. A Bench of Magistrates, at the police officB, was yesterday occupied for about four hours in investigating the circumstances of a most outrageous insult offered on ^.Sunday last to the person of His Excellency the, Go- vernor. A number of witnesses were exa mined, from whose concurrent testimony it appeared, that immediately after divine ser vice at St. James's, on Sunday, His Excel- lency was standing outside the church, un- der the portico, in conversation with the Hon. Mr. M'Leay and Mr. ¡VS'Quoid the she- riff, when the attention of the latter gentle man was drawn to some person calling out, ' you are ad-d scoundrel.' Mr. M'Quoid at first supposed the exclamation proceeded from some deranged person, but on turning round he saw an individual nanted Shelly rushing forward toward the place where the Governor stood, repeating the words ' you area ti-d scoundrel, Sir,' in such a manner as left no doubt on his mind that they were addressed to His Excellency ; ...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 6 February 1830

The Courier. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1830. Arrived, on Sunday the 31st January, the   bark William, 340 tons, Capt. Walter Young, from Sydney 24th Jan. with merchandize.— Passengers, Mr. Horne, lady, 2 children and servant, the Rev. Mr. Hutchinson (who suc-   ceeds the Rev. Mr. Carvosso in the Wesley-   an charge here), Mrs. Hutchinson and child, Mr Morrisson, Miss Herriott, Miss Dicken. —John William, J. Wallace, J. Wood. This is the vessel which brought out Sir E. Parry to Sydney.   CARGO OF THE WILLIAM. 50 cases Hollands, consigned to Dawes and Hewitt. 10 hhds.do. J. Johnson, 18 packages hardware, cutlery, tinware, metal ware, japanner, nails, brushes, wire and wire work, buttons, fish hooks, British cot- tons, blankets and flannels, Kemp & Co. 171 planks cedar, 3 cases cheese and hats.   M. Morrison. 3 bales slops, Richard Lewis. 5 tun butts, and 14,180 gallon casks, Capt. J. Muddle. 1 chest medicines, 5 crat...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 6 February 1830

HAMC OF VAN DTEMEN'S LAND. ASp-cial General Meeline of the Proprietor.' niii be held al tim Bunk on Monday, llic 22d ins!, when Hie Shareholders ure particurarly request rd to a I tend. T. Y. LOWES, Secrelary. Feb. 1, 1830. VAN DIEMENS LAND SOCIETY. I am required by John Burnett, E«q one of the Vice Patrons, to call a special General Morling nf this Institution, to consider wit'> reference to the Minnies of the 15ili ultimo, the expedh nov of aller. 5nt» flic nile respecting the election of Member», The Society, therefore, «ill mi et in the Court of Re quest's roora, on Wednesday next, at half past 3 o'clock, P.M. ADAM TURNBULL, Secretary. The Society will meet on Saturday the 13lh inst. in the Macquarie Hoiel, at 7 "'dook, p.m. for «he transaction of the ordinary business. ADAM TURNBULL, Secretary. THE undersigned is now luntliug from the ship William. Forty Tons round, squire, and flat IRON, assorted. G STOKELL. Macquarie street, Feb. 3, 1830. GENERAL POST OFFICE. Hobart town, ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 6 February 1830

Wî2 OATIE Off TnlS'DA*. . " * ' '(Coríiínued from Page Second.) - WiV^ AfíÑO DÉCIMO, feeof*riiivRegis»No. !¿ , . /* vírt te hmuituovbts us fo f/ie validity bf A<U or Ordinances in force nn iTw Wthday of Febrüaiy fine thovnand tight hundred and taetitynine. , WHFtfrAS, it is expedient to decíate, that the Arts or Ordinances which were in forre in the Colony on1 the vßth day of rcbrium f)np thousand eicht hundred and twentv-ni'ic, au ?tillin fóicc. Heit ttteitfoie enacted and de .**nr>d bj His Exrellency CinVnol Georirc Arlltsir, I,î<iîîenaift Governor of the Island of Van Die* mcii's Land and its Depend« c cs. by and w itli the advice of the Legislative Council, that all Ordi nunces paved bv the Gnvenioi of New South "Weir«, with the advice of the Legislative Council, »uri all Act* or Ordinances passed by the Lieuten- ant Governor of Yan Difinen's Land with the ad- vice of the Législative Connell, which were in force in the Colony nprní the twentv-eighth day ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 6 February 1830

THE GAZETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 24.~Colonial     Secretary's Office, 3rd February, 1830. Certificates of freedom have been granted to the un dermentioned persons : Henry Street, 578, Sir Godfrey Webster, John Postles, 319, do. William Gibbs. 364. do. Stephen Brittain, 719, Asia (l.)   Hugh M'Donald, 234, do. Christopher Divers, 347, Chapman John Roberts, 328 Competitor.   Thomas Vernon, 20 do.         James Johnsen, 156, Claudine.         James Walker, alias Charles Pitchford, alias Chas. Pichford, 337, do.   Henry Kirwin, 115, Phoenix 2. Mary Ennis, 13, Lord Sidmouth William Hayton, 517, Commodore Hayes Thomas Short, 536. do.         James Smith, 193, Dromedary,   Dennis Skinner, 554, Albion, By His Excellency's Command, &a...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 6 February 1830

BANK OF VAN DIEMENS LAND. AT a General Meeting of the Proprietor» of Bank Stuck, held on the 1st im>tuiii. a Divi demi of IO per cent, per annum was declared for the half year ending the 3Ut of December. T. Y. LOWES, Teb. 59. Secretary. VAN DIEMliNS LAND COMl'ANY. R. KERU begs lo announce lo the several qenilemcn »ho have appliid for the situation of Superintendent of the Company's Chlihüsliiueiit at the Hampshire and Surry Hills that lue vacancy is now filled up, Maoiptnrie-st. 4lh of Febmary. 1830. POTATOES WANTED. ANTED, from 80 to 100 tons of Potatoes, of poodquality, to be delivered on boird n vessel in this harbour, during Ihe month of April next. Persons hi ¡rig willing lo supply the »hole, or any part <hereor, will please to addless their tender« io the Undersigned, slating their lowest pnoe per tun, fur cash, on de'itery. W. WILSON. Hobart l<nvn, Februarys, 1830. FREE MAbONRY. THE resident Members of the Lodge 281, aro retjueslid to rall upon Brothe...

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EXTRACT From the Proceedings of a Committee of the Corporation of Trustees of Clergy and School Lands, held on the 9th of December, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 6 February 1830

EXTRACT From the Proceedings of a Committee of the Corporation of Trustees of'Clergy and School Lands, held on the 9th of December, l8 S 9. " Paragraph 2.--The Archdeacon, in lav- ing befóte the Committee a letter to that i f« feet, reported that he had taken measures for obtaining from' the - Clergy throughout the colony, preliminary information coueeni ingthe number ofpersons in their several parishes, who might be expected to avail themselves of the opportunity of obtaining instruction for their sons, if a sitDerior school were established, wherein classical, muthti malical, and general studies might be pursu- ed to the extent which is usual in the best toundalions in England ; and that he li;:d also desired to receive from the clergy ai.y such suggestions'as they conceived would best promete the object of improving the moral and social condition of the: native in habitants. It was ordered, that the Arch- deacon's circular be entered on the minutes, and that a communication be ma...

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CIVIL COURT. SATURDAY FEB. 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 13 February 1830

CIVIL COURT. SATURDAY Fen. 5; Hudson v. Stubbs. This was an action brought by Captain Hudson of »he Orelia, to recover Ihe passage money of the defend- ant for conveying him from England on board that ship,-Verdict for the Defend- ant. Nicol v Ibbott and Worthy. This was an action for un assault, but in consequence of the non attendance of tne plaintiff's wit- nesses he was nonsuited. Wells v Dudley Feredey, esq. Motion by Mr. Gellibrand for a new trial in this case.- Hefused. Kennedy v. Bent. Mr. Gellibrand moved that a new trial be granted, first, on account *»f excessive damages ; and, secondly, that n verdict for the defendant may be entered on the 4th, 5th, and 6th counts. The Solicitor Genet al moved for 3 rule to shew cause why a writ of_ attachment should notissue against Mr. Andrew Bent, the printer and publisher of the Colonial Times, fora contempt of court. The Chief Justice is to give his decision inthc.se two cases on a fu'ure daj. fin Monday last the hnlf-vrar'y meetin...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 13 February 1830

The Courier. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1830. Arrived on Monday, the American brig Ocean, Capt John Searle, with merchandize from Manilla, 1st Dec. and bound to   Valparaiso, having put in for a supply of stores and provisions. Numerous passengers. Vessels in Ihe Harbour. - Ships, Lady Harewood for London direct, Bussorah   Merchant and Chatham.-Barks, William and Prince Regent. - Brigs, Clarence, Caroline and Ocean. - Schooners, Speculator, Margaret, Industry.   Wheat continues, with little variation, at from 7 to Ss. a bushe!. The new imperial weitrhts and measures, as fixed by the late act of Parliament, have never yet, owing to the difficulty of obtain- ing them in this remote part ot the world, been properly introduced amongst us. The period however of two \ears which was ori- ginally allowed by the act for completing the change is now nearly expired, and it will be a question among the lawyers, (and law- yers like questions,) how far the act ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 13 February 1830

fKvC f-HXETlK or'Tins > 1>IY,ÙJ-\T UNS. tiri OVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 28.-Colonial \JJT Se-cretnryjs Office; February 10, lfiSO. The ,1 irutrnant Governor has hern pleated to (jr.iit ibfc nuáérjrirniíntied iml licences. TICKETS OF LEAVE.   James Tibbs. 276, P?????? 2.   Samuel Cri?p, 734, Earl St. Vincent. Thomas Dilly, 314, Princess Charlotte. William Longbridge, 373, Layton. Francis Edward Douglas Browne, 866, Medway. Bv His Excellency s Command, <3. BURNETT. If-i OVERNMRNT NOTICE, No. 20._Cnlnnia' \yC Secretary's Office*, February 10, 18S0. Cerlificnies of freedom have been granted to the un .dermMlinned persons«. Manuel Silos 565. Albion. Thomas Haine, 356, Sir Godfrey Webster. Mary M'Cawley, 27. Brothers. By His Excellency's Command, J. BURNETT. (GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 30,-Colonial T Secretarv's Office, Fehuary 10, 1S50. The LieutMiant Governor lins been pleased to ap prote of the undermentioned appointments to the po lice of the terri'or...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 13 February 1830

THE VAN DIEMEN'S LAND SOCIETY, WILL meet in the Court of Request's ri.om, on Munday nest the 13h insi. at 3 »Vlook. p.m. pncisely, lo resume the question as to the ad mission of new membar«. ADAM TURNBULL, - , Seciet.irv, MECHANICS' INSTITUTION. "^elt. ItOSS will delivir a I« clure »,n Mechanic», _y at the Court House, on Mond ty evening, the 22il instant, at half past nevrn pncisely,- and Mr. GI ULI N will deliver a lecture ou Astronomy, on Tuesday, the 9th March. J. WOOD, Seerelary. WANTED. A Nursemaid, to take care of two small children, one who eau he well reciuimended, will hear of a good satuation hy »pp'j ¡og lo ide Printer. WANTED TO PUNCHASE. FROM 2 to 300 bush« Is of Oat» in any quanti lies for onsli on delivery. Applf to W. Al HORN. Liverpool street, Fet». 12, 1830. WANTED. EIGHTY Thousand Shinnies l8 inches long, ti» bo delivered st the Wharf. Apply to the printer. WANTED. BY a young Mun who has lately arrived in the colony a »itimtion either in a Merchants, or re. spect...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 13 February 1830

BANK OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND.     A Special General Meeting of the Proprietors   will be held at the Bank on Monday, the 22d inst. when the Shareholders are particurarly request-   ed to attend. T. Y, LOWES, Secretary. Feb. 1, 1830. BANK OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. AT a General Meeting of the Proprietors of Bank Stock, held on the 1st instant. a Divi- dend of 16 per cent per annum was declared for the half year ending the 3st of December, T. Y. LOWES, Feb. 30. Secretary. ^"^HE undersigned is now lundiiig from Hie sliip Willimill Fort) Tons round, squire, mid AHÍ IRON, assorted. G. STOKELL. Macquarie street, Feb.3, 1030. ' i THE TURF. *" THE PURSE of Firry Gmens given by the Van Diemen'* Land Establishment for the pro- duce »if Búllalo, Waterloo and Bolivar, will be run for at Ross Brir'ge on the 2ôlh March nest.-Mil«1 lieHls.-Fillies to nany 6stone lOlbs. ami Colts G stone 1311)8.-Foui to .start or no Race, and notice to he given by letti r...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 13 February 1830

THE GAZETTE OP THIS DAY. * ' (Continued from Page Second.) ?(> «' ANNO DÉCIMO, , » >f . . - « fleorgti IV Regis, (No. 5.) , An Act for extending 10 this colony an Act of Rar . lîttiiicnt'passtd iii'ttie 10th jear of the reich of hin present Msjes'y ¡ntitnltd, ' An Aot for the relief > * nf Hi» »li't'siy's Roman Catholic subjicts.' WHEREA*s ii ia expedient lo prevent doubts as to whether the aot of parliament passed in the 10th ytar of Ide reign of his présebt Majesty,iin titulpd ''An act for the relief of His Majesty's Ro man Callwlio subject«,' extends to this colony. Be it the lefore dedaied and cnnoled bj His Excel- lency Colonel George Aitdur, Lieutenant Governor .ot the ialand of Vnn Diemen's land and the dependen- cies tinrent, hy and with the advice of the Legislative Council, that the said act doth and shall extend to And shall be applied wiibin tdis island and its depen dencies, so far as the same c»n be appin t!. GEORGE ARTHUR, Pasted the Legislative Council this ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 20 February 1830

fMK «Aai5*lTK OF THIS DA"» JkVKTAtKS. GOVERNMENT ORDER, [No. l.*| Co " lo'iial Secretan'« Office, Feb. 19, 1830. It is with concern quite inexpressible, that the Lieu tenant Gi» eriinr continues to »feceive statement« of the ntrocl'ies. committed by the Aboriginal natite*. The moderation hovtever with which a mob of natives have ill one instance'I ? toi v conducted Ihemsiltes in tbeiit-igdbourhnod of Bothwell, afford« ground to hope that the way lo » reconciliation may be opening, Hi« "Exeelleney therefore most anxiously wishes prompt- ly to promote Ibis desired end, and ns it is evi- dent from the hostile ipitit of the natives, and from the cunning which seems common to all sa- vages, that they are not to be approached, even with a view to reconciliation, without some personal dan- ger, The Lieutenant Governor is prepared to offer a lisi.dsrini'* r*»wnrd to »nv individual who shall effect II «uocessful inti rconrse »i li «>nj tube, and if the in dmduil be a Convict he shull rece...

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