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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 18 September 1839

gottft) &ttstraïtau Palette» -1_ Colonial Secretary's Office, Adelaide August 21, 1839. His:ExcelIency Ute Governor directs it to be notified that in order to remove the difficulty at present ex perienced at the Port in carrying goods over the s ind hill at the head of the Wharf, abd also for the purpose of improving tbe road across tbe swamp to the canal, all carters using that road will be henceforth required to take down a load of sand in their carts, to be dis charged where the officer superintending the work may ueem desirable, to facilitate which operation men will be stationed on (he sand-hill to assist in loading and unloading- carts proceeding down to the wharf. By His Excellency's command, ROBERT GOUGH Rt Colonial Secretary it having been reported to the Surveyor-Gene ral that some evil-disposed persons in various dis tricts have from time to time removed the Picquet^, placed to mark the comets of sections ; Notice is hereby given, that any person discovered io a p...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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SYDNEY EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 18 September 1839

: S Y D N EY EXTRACTS. j - "WE anderstand that Captain Leister has parr chased the brig Speculator, for the «um of £1900\ She proceeds this day to Port Phillip with a cargo bf rice.-Sydney Colonist, August 10. - v Loss OF THE ALIOUIS.-The Gilmore brings the j : intelligence of the loss of the barque Aliquis% Gill, io Torres Straits in May ; the ore'w were saved .aná j brought on by the barque Argyle, Gatenby, lo^Sál-*] Cotta, The vj/tout's leCi'Sydtifey on the 3rd May last' forCalcotta -Iftidi '.". --Ji i Mr. Henry Moor« has become "the purchaser! of the brig Gii-a^V.Yor'.X^OOVr-ISia. . \ v WHEAT AND.FLOUR-On Friday night last, a reduction, in the price of bread took place-of three pence. The two pbnnd loaf is now sold for thirteen Dence. The price of floor was not altered until yes terday, when a redaction of five shillings took place. This is not a corresponding reduction ia the price of flour, but it shem s a determination of those who hold flour to continue to do so. B.rrad, wit...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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VESSELS IN PORT ADELAIDE. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 18 September 1839

?gS S ELS IN PORT ADELAIDE; | ; SHIPS. I GEORGIANA, 449 tons, Stephenson, from Leith discharging. Advertised for-Sydney ina few days^ Agent-Capt. Walker, Hindley-street. BARQUES. ASIA, 523 tons, Freeman, from London-discharge . in:* cargo. EUDORA, 208 tons, Addison, from Hobart-clear ing ont for Calcutta.^ CITY OF ADELAIDE, 280 tons, Donaldson, from London-clearing ont for Hobart. Agent-J. Morphett, Nor«: Terrace. " MARY RIDGWAY, 217 tons, Cbesser, from Lon don-clearing oat for Sydney. Agent-J. Mor y phett, North Terrace. . SQMERSETSHIRE, 449 tons, Jackson, from Lon don-discharging. Agent-Capt. Walker, Hind . le;-street. '. ' ? ? .:-v:. ,-: PLEIADES, 200 tons, from Lombok-discharging. LADY- EMMA, 135 tons, T. Buckland, from Lann cestón-discharging,. Agent-Capt. Walker. . v BRIGS. LOUISA, 18L tons, Távernor, froml Sydney-clear ing out for Sydney. Agent-Capt. Walker. FREAK, 250 tons, Smoutt, from Sydney-dearing ont for Mauritius. Agent-Capt. Walker. DAWSONS, 227 tons. Price, from Laun...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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The Southern Australian. Quid verum atque decens curo, et rogo, et omnis in hoc sum.---HOR. EP., Iib. I. ep. I, v. II. ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1839. COLONIAL IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 18 September 1839

tffjr Sortiment Stoslraltán. Quid berum atque decent euro, etxogatetomnisinhoc\ »um -HOB. EP., Iib, », eu. 1»v? ll«. ^ ADELAIDE : WEDNESDAT,- SEPTEMBER .18, 1839. COLONIAL IMPROVEMENTS. THE rapid advancement which this colony has made in the short period of its exis tence-r-Iess than three years-has itérer been equalled, and we hardly think will1 ever be excelled. . While oii.r Sydney'and j Port Phillip neighbours have been.using] their utmost endeavours to injure us ia j the estimation of the world-aided as j 'they have Been in England by such truth-j telling writers as Mr. forton James, &c. -the colony has still progressed, and dode so beyond the most sanguine expec tations of its warmest friends. The " abortion Adelaide" faás¿ as it were by enchantment, suddenly sprung from no thing into a large and populous .city, with its public buildings, places of worship, warehouses, stores, shops, market, and private résidences, in numbers and ap pearance far exceeding any city in t...

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THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 18 September 1839

TOE MARKETS, IN ;oBsegueoce of the wise and judicious interférence' of rite Government, our market has assumed a more' settled aspect. The large supply of rice has reduced that article to 3d. per lb., and flour is still selling by the committee at 65s. per 100 lbs. Tea has taken another «tart, several lots hate changed hands at £14 per chest. Sugar is falling in price, and may now be quoted at fromj£32i to £40. *. We understand- that the Government have made l?rge. purchases of -rue from the charterer of the Plaifdes, and the committee are now selling that articWat 30s. per cwt. The sews brought by the vessels to Sydnty, that in cb«Bequence of their not having been able to bio curé wheat in {odia, they were obliged to bring rice, proves to be false. It turns «ut that they never went ; to India at all, but merely proceeded, to, the Islands in the Indian Ocean, loaded with rice ai avery low rat«, and returned tô Sydney with' the fal*e intelli gences that they Could not obtain wheat, i...

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 18 September 1839

I ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. £ s. d. £ s. 4. Ale-Dunbar's,per dozen.. 18 0 to 1 0 0 London, per hud. ## .9 ;0 0 10 0 Q s Ashby'a, per barrel.. 9 .0 0 10 0 0 Colonial,., hbd. , . *7 O O .. 8 0 0 Beef, per tierce.'. . 6 0 4).. 8 O O fresh,lb. * ll .,. V I O Butter, fresh, lb......... . 2 9 3 O salt, do. .... ...i 1 .9 2. O' Coffee, lb. il .. 2 Ö Candles, moulds.lb....... *.l r6 J 9 dips, do....... 0 0". 0. 0 wax, do....... 4 0.. 4 6 Casks, oil, per tun, .....¿ .4 0 0 .. 5 0 0 Cedar, per foot,.. .. ,|5-9 Cheese, English, lb. . 2 0 2 6 Colonial, Deals, per foot,. 10 1 4 Flour, colonial,per 100 lbs. JI ^ V,^ 4 0 0 Hams, per lb....... . ...ii llrjO'.". ' .2 4 Hops, dö. "^r-o4:: 3 0 Hay, per ton. ... 16 Ö 0 i v 1$ O 0 Iron, do. >.v i^l«4^*^Sv^O* 0 0 Maire,per bushel,.. ...vii-' 12 0 R .16, 0 -Mutton, Iresh; per lbi ,.: .-Í, * 'L íí v.^ -r" ;.: ' 1 . Ó OU,sperm, per gallon-,-;,-.. . : 15* I black, do. ^.í. J r ¿ $ .. <;''T3 0 Porter, per dozen,'i.¿ :. jg . 0 ..1 O O London, Iriid...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 18 September 1839

*T<H13 following are tibe terms of-thé »«SOUTHERN * AÜSTRAtilÁN,1' which is published every Wednes-:, 'day morn.ing'î at the Office, corner of Stephens-place,j Rundle-Btreet. ; . ] PRICE OF rnv PÄ^BR--ls per numher, or Bis. peri .annum - Subscribers have their papers sent to them nt hey desire it. - ^ . J ADVERTISEMENTS."-6lines and under [each insertion]! SB. Gd ; above 6 lines, 3d. per line-Advertisements j cannot be received later than* o'clock on Tuesday; and orders to discontinue Advertisements already ia serted, must be sent to the office before 3 o'clock, on ¡ Monday, or they cannot be attended to. Advertise menis must be -marked the number<of times they are to be inserted, or they will be continued until connter manded. AH Subscriptions and Advertisements must be paid | . for in advance. - * . ; , For London, To Sail from Port Adelaide itt Hie early part 6f November. :'zkg&'J!IÍ¿ u KATHERINE &TEWAR|f .:4WÊSP -] Î^RBES/V /buVtîitM 500 iof...

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Adelaide Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 18 September 1839

SttrelftOre pipping «cport. ARRIVALS. I KEPT. J li-The schooner Abeona, Hawson, from Port Lincoln. SEPT. IS*.-The brig Lord Hobart, Simpson, from Hobart, «Uh general cargo. DEPASTURES. SEPT. IO.-The barque Ariadne, M'Lean, for Port Phillip and Sydney- Passengers--Meesrs. Bonney, Hawdon, Munday, and Murray. SEPT. 16.-Tue schooner Lmmtojt, Allan, for Launceston. Passengers-'Messrs. P. and R. Mun flay, Mr. Bligh, Miss Bligh, Miss Reast, and six in the steerage. SEPT. 17.-The brig Dorsel, Robertson* for Syd ney. Passengers-Messrs. Crawford, Campbell, Hardy, Sléan, Cîôpts, and three in toe steerage.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 18 September 1839

BIRTH— At Lizard Lodge, O'Halloran Hill, on Saturday, the 14th instant, the Lady of Captain O'Halloran of a daughter. SEPT 16.— At the Hermitage, the Lady of Thomas illiams, Esq., of a daughter. SEPT. 16.— The Lady of Dr. Myles of a son.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 18 September 1839

Fellow Catholics, Our Venerable and beloved Bishop the Right Reverend Dr. Palding, hearing from some     amongst us, that there are many Catholics in   the Province and that numbers are about leaving their native land for these shores, has expressed a holy and anxious solicitude for our spiritual   welfare, and purposes either to come here in per-   son, or to send his Vicar General theVery Rev- erend Dr. Ullathorne, to lay the foundation stone of this Mission ; and should there be suffi cient annual funds raised by us for their support, his Lordship will, after Dr. Ullathorne's return   send two Clergymen to reside amongst us. As Dr. Ullathorne's stay here must necessarily     be short, probably not more than a fortnight, all Catholics are requested to send in their names   and residence either to Mr. Phillips or Mr. H. Johnson, East Terrace, so that Dr. Ullathorne m...

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VAN DIEMEN's LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 18 September 1839

TAN DIEMEN^ LAND BY the Lord Hobart we have receiver] papers from Van Piemen's Land to the 3rd instant. The principal topics that agitate the public mind there, are the prohibition by the Government of distil lation in the colony, and the prevailing distress in consequence of the scarcity of corn. With respect to the prohibition of dis tillation in Van Diemen's Land, the pa ternal Government .of that island has thought it would more conduce to the prosperity of the colonists to import spirits from foreign ports, than to manufacture it themselves. Now it appears to us, that the simple fact of the Government of Van Diemen's Land having in this manner done away with one of the branches of industry which naturally belongs to á grain country like that colony, incontestibly proves that] Sir John Franklin is no longer fit to hold j the reins of Go vern ment. He is too old, and his notions are not suited to the present day. In the passing of this ob noxious measure the Government has entail...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 18 September 1839

rpi BY ^POÄTMEST. BENTHAM, Government and General j Auctioneer, and Land Agent, ^ôâtej t street, four doora *rest of Mr^fïacVs* J* announce:to jièwly arrived emijpM?ts wanehousesj^ods on «sasopable^erro a^ alway>comn|ii^^ TO BE $OLD BY^lBtïC A^GI*0N, By If. Bentham, On Saturday and Monday Evenings, AFEW Tons of Prime POTATOES, m lot« to suit purchasers. Every Man a Freeholder î Î TO BE SOXD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, By Bentham, ^ . \ On Saturday next* at seven o'clock in the *»en- j QAALLOTMENTS in the village of Isling j ton> many of them near *he public /wells, and frontages in the best streets ; the plan can, be seen at the Auction Martat all hours, Newly j arrived emigrants should not omit to ¿vail hemselves of this opportunity* " Governmeut Auction Mart. To Brickmakesr. HE undersigned are ready to receive Tenders for the making of ONE MILLION BRICKS on their land in Hindmarsh Town. Parties desirous of contracting may learn all j particulars on application at the office of EAST &...

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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 25 September 1839

FOET INI I LI. I F. - WE hare »ot been able to find any ofiieia! noti ncaticn «f the appointment of Mr. L» Trobe (whose [arrival hythe Fergusson we announced la»t~weet) ! lo the office of Lieutenant Governor of Port Phillip ; ! we are inclined, therefore, to tiiiuk thai there ttinit be soase mistake, for we can scarcely suppi se tbat tbe Secretary ef Siaie would tate upon bin.seïf tn cut - off* so important a section bf Sir George Gipps' govrrit ment with so îitlîè ceremony. The Colonial G*zeltci however, speaks of Mr. La Trobe as " tho first Gover nor of Pori Phillip," and we car» srareel* suppose tbat a journal published at bend quarters, and exclu sively devoted tn colonial affairs would commit so - sètions a blunder.' A writer in the Colonial Gazette on the subject o'" the cdionizatioa of Port Phillip says :- *« The appointment of such a Governor as Mr. La Trobe, the well-known writer upon America, has had an instantaneous effect in deciding a few families of rank and station to...

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THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 25 September 1839

JPttERE has no pariicniar changé taken place Ibis week intbe prices of the principal anieles ©f eotón £60 to fCf£.^ * Jln»iá^^peí ¿v^^ as^ilï lie seen bj jretetenbeto àdverusement of Mr. Peek, in another c*>Wrn^^ has this week brought Sownfbipnle'of ^jbatoes to 15s. per e«vt.y wbicb7 roust" ^ blessing to |he floorer curases. Fresa butterwas. sold this week lin town at ts.per lb>, «nd the supply pf ibis suäii^e m the market ~û becoming BO lán¿e that we anticipate io see it shortly at ls.s>d( Other aràdesiheaameasJutt - \

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 25 September 1839

A li KL » I l)K PRICK CV RRfcX I". J¿ «. rf. ¿ -s. rf« Aie-Dunbar's,per dóxeu.; . 16 Ö to 1 0 O Loudon, per Mid... 9 O 0 .. IO O O A«hby«, pei barrel.. 9 0 0 .. IO O O Colonial. .. Iilid. .. 7 O 0 .. 6 O O Beef, pert ie. ce. 6 0 0 .. 8 0 « fresh, lb. Il .. I O Butter, fredi. lb. 2 0 .. 2 9, sa», do. ld.. 2 0 Coffee, lb. II .. 2 0 Candles moutiU. lb. 16' 19 dips do.. 0 0 0 0 was. do. 4 0.. 4 6 Ca»k*,oil. pertuii. 4 t 0 .. 4 0 0 Cedar, per *oot,. 6: -. ' . 9 t hees«, Eug>h. lb. 2 0 .. 2 6 t'oloni-1, D^ais, per foot,. IO.. 1 4 Flour, colonial, per 100 lbs. 3 0 O .. 1.10 0 Harn«, per ib. I 6; .. 2 4 Hops do. 2 0.. 3 O H av, perlón,. 16 O O .. 18 0 0 Iron, do. I» O JO ^. 20 tí; O Maize, per bushel..... ..v» : : 12; ? 0\ . ., - 16 0 Mutton, fresh, per lb. il... 4 0 Oil,sperm,per galios,.... 15.1 black, do. .... 2. 6... 3 O. Porter, per dozen......... 18 O'.. 10 O LUndi.n. hbd. 9 0 0 ..IO O O; colonial, do. 7 0 0 .. 8 0 0 Pork, per barrel. 6 0 0 7 f O Poia'oe». per tun. t* 0 0-J.. 30 O ...

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THE CAPTURE OF ADEN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 25 September 1839

| TUE CA fruit F. or ADEN. Wc are obliged io our correspondent for bis »veJ5 writtcn account ot the capture of Aden which must be highly accé(:t*b!e «ó our readers. " I luve now the pleasure cf announcing to rou that Aden has bren Ut car possession since the 9th alamo, °n which dav it «as carried by stormi. As it maj be interesting to you, I shall give a brief description of oar engagement with the Arabs, as weil as an abstract of our proceedings since our arrival here. You are already aware th it the H. C. *.hïp Coote with the pott ical agent ¿nd a small n»ritJ*ry party ?elf Bombay in September last for the purpose nf occupying Aden, which had bc-en ceded to us by it.* Sultan, io considera ion Of dn anhoal payment of Rs, 8,000. This arrangement, it is said, was fresírateí through the intrigues «»f M abc med Alley,'who clearly foresaw that tbe establishment of a British settlement, on the coást of Arabia, woold lead to the dowufal of his iufluence in the southern part of the Red Sea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 25 September 1839

Council Chamber, / Adelaide, I8<»* Sept., r839 TUE fo.'ftwirig Aol of Council, Nt,. 5. 3<d Vic lioria., p¿¿~ettV<;q tríe I7».h infant, i* pub'ished in the i Gate ti by order of HM Excellency lue Governor in Council : GEORGE HALL, Clerk ol the Council. ANNO TtRTta.TfCToui« REGIK«. No. 6. AN ACT to fnriiitaie the apprehension in South Australia ot Convicts escaping ftom the tutghbour ing t'enat Settlements. WHEREAS tbe communira'ion between the I «land of van DiemenV Land the Co'ony of New Sooth .Waler ao l the Province of South Australia has greatly increased and facilities for the escape o tran«por*e<l ofT-uler- and ¡if rsonscharged Arith crime« and nrii-lemea>»ou s have thereby arisen; iib it lHVRt-F'itE EN AC rao bv Hts Evcellenev Lteo?enant>Coio:>el GfrORG* UAwi.FR Knight of the Royal I la novelizo Guelph c Order Governor and Co'uruan<ler-tn-Chiel of Her Maj«*ty's Province tit S->uth Australia with the ad tice and...

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THE PUNJAB. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 25 September 1839

I >M PC Xl A». I I ffawe ps«a*d a very pleasant meath with the Gcternor Genera!'* patty ia the Punjab, sad pro pose sending yon a few deia'tary remark» «fl «natter» poll irai and military tarra astraf. Reajeet!* array M ?»r^«. about a half lerner thia «be Ma<!rks array- Ai A nt rit sir be abo «ed aa in litar tWëoU-twobattaiib^is draboflrdOOatrooK ««ch* ard , ninety-si* guns drawn hy horses, ail ortfeciaed ia tbe French manner» excVpt two ba-tafûèoa commanded , by an Bnirtiefamen try tbe name of For.% and a Hatto. -, terian «.*" the name of Sieiubacb ; tb-, se twu batlallion» ; appeared to me in a higher «tata 6f discipline ilma < the French batial?!»**. Tbeeair;*!;«» and harneas o- , tbe guns wei« very indifferent, tbe gong of alt cali- , bree aad all degree» of efficiency or r>aber want of efficiency. Rucj~».t asaver attempted'ta soHetaevie j this army, or aven to seajl .it'roood ia review. HU ca» al ry, of which there were caty about toar < t...

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TO MATHEMATICAL CORRESPONDENTS. Question (2) proposed by Mr. J. Bellshaw. Answered by J. B. S. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 25 September 1839

ITO MATHEMATICAL CORBC8PON{)£XT^i ^ ^ Question (2) proposed by Mr. J. BeHshatr; í " : ;' Answered by J. B. S. Lei D= distance between the two places/ V»á velocity .of boat, and v=== that of the stream. v The time in goijig with the stream will evidently D be--and that of returning against the stream V¿r D 2VD . ; -- Ute sum rs-,-: =cthe lime going and re V-v V2-v2 taming. » Now whan w=V the time becomes infinite, and it is evident that as we diminish the value of v we 2 VD diminish that of the expression -~ ?. -- which be V2-»2 2» corses a minimum when v=¿=o being then simply ~ Q.E.D. I Omicron, Aliqui?, ánd the proposer sent correct I solutions. I [We do not think it worth while to notice the puerilities of" Oméga" further than tb tell him that we cannot consent to make him our oracfe¿ nor can we so far underrate the amount of com mon sense for which we have always given him credit as to suppose for one moment that he would not have been heartily ashamed tb a row himself in proprio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 25 September 1839

^rttKr^Cówlncnn* ta* tenn ?f Ae " ÎÎOUTBRRN tt«V Nwtfniiijc. nt tb« Office* coruer of >tcphe«i*-|>lacc Itaadte Mi*vt. j. P*icii «tr THK PAT* a -Ia pw »Bin»»er. * r «Sa. per ?tm«nt >ab«c . ibera hav*> Uart papers seat tb tbt-m if Wy de»Ir* U *t»TBH r*»« Ti».~'-»lto«-«*ttd«nu't*r [eadtjttwtiou] Sm #m ; a ure 6 line». Jd. per Hue -- - d*erliseine»u entrant . «. r.xi-iv.'d ia-ér iba» i.oltfcr«. tm l'uewaay ; amt orders to di* «raf htae Adtrertis.oieot» * »read .r, in» Wited. *iia«t he »fut tm I be «ffi.-e «»ef re 3 «'tiocfe on ? Jft-ti. ay ur üu;* can» >« l>- attrn eH io Advertiré - tuettta«nunt b* timi ked tb* ttuinlter .tt tiuie« ar»» j tvv e itfM-rtetlv^v *ke» «itt i* coui».»u«d uuifciettanter KiWit ed . ? . J At! tt>WTi|iMutt» cod Ad-ertweineut* ia«st be paid j for ¿aádVaiM-*..' . . ^. ll ' * l'llíl"1-' For London, 'SkÜ^fitä Pori Adelaide ii* the eárly l péri »f fJi^iâ^é^^'^ TU E u KÂTU EUI N E StÉWAtn ? ?" ? FOEfiES;' burthtu «00 tous, j AL* KEB FECI* Eirtj Cor...

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