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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 30 October 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. C—fcrence oftkr Methodist Church South. The Fredericksburg News continues its report of the proceedings of this body. Wo make such extracts as we deem most interestOn the fifth day, Monday, after the election of Rev. G. W. Simcoe to Elder's orders, the appointment of a committee on Post Offices, and the examination of character, the following preamble and resolutions were adopted: Whereas, The Missionary Board of the Methodist Episcopal Church South, have some time during the. past Conference year, appropriated fr>ofl of their funds to aid our brethren of Washington City, D. C., in paying for their bouse of worship. Therefore, Resolved, That we. disapprove the above, or of any similar appropriation of the Missionary funds as contrary to the Constitution and design of the .Missionary Society. Resolved, 2ndly. That the Secretary of th'g Conference communicate this resolution to the Missionary Board at Louisville, Kentucky. Ou the sixth day, there was a l...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 1 November 1852

THE DAILY" DISPATCH. VOL. -3--NO U the daily dispatch jA3 A. COWARDIN, Proprietor HUGH R. PLEASANTS, Editor. ;il.itAtir. JEM \ KKNOJf. —With the view of affording an op . ;v and ati Inducement to Masons generally, '■ r V . a Ma* "»ic pi'gtim to Mount Vernon r-e tke 4 h *. i November next, in cotnpnny with t !(dr»ic<iiiU'g I,'ig-.N >.4, which Lodge initiated iteo.-e Washington into the mysteries of Masonrv en l- ■■ day, one hundred years ago, the lare will iif: i . c- ion the occasion as follows: i-'r. rr. .>■ h'-t ndto and lrom Mount Vernon..B3 00 i m *!.■!. "1 i'o do do do .. 400 K n: Fredericksburg do co do .. - f>o •ro ". Aqaia Creek do do do ..2 00 •Henls Extra. The trwill leave the Richmond Depot at 5 o'tf, ». ft o-ly. on the morning ot the 4th of No,,m> f. an<i stop at Milford a sufficient time for ..re- <s to breakfast. The hou r of departure -n j-.edcricksburg will be 8J A.M. Returning, rs will reac...

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

the daily dispatch. f »y TO ADVEKTlHEßW—Theetrculatfoc of the Dispatch is th»i* times as large as that of any other Daily paper in the city of Richmond It is therefore greatly superior to any other as s medium of advertising. RICHMOND, VA.i Msndny Mottling Nwvcmber 1,1 SH'i. THE ELECTION TO MORROW. We are requested by the Commissioners to •ay that the polls will be opened to-morrew, at sunrise, and not at 8 o'clock, as announced in the advertisement. The voters will remember TO MORROW AT SUNRISE. ACTION OF THE COUNCIL ON THE DANVILLE RAILROAD. The day (or taking the vote on the question of a further subscription to the Danville Railroad, was originally the second, as fixed by the Council. But the Presidential election coming on that day, theie was an obvious impropriety in having both the same day. The Council, therefore, named.'thejllth ; but here another difficulty arose. The law requires a notice of thirty days, and were they not acting without authority of law ? They feared so&a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 1 November 1852

the latest news. AKhIV.U. OF THE CEORtfIA J ater freri California—More Go!d, Sfe. >rw > ''BR. Oct. 30—The steamer (Jeorgia A-piw*>.ll. arrived here last night. She .>'ai Francisco date? to the Ist instant, ' . ~,?rto pji'seneer®. Also t»o million dol,(h ■' Cold dust on freight, and three i, iird i. iu- n<i dollars in the ban !j of pas .j. H i advices have in a treat mens*t) ;*n anticipated by (he news already sent , m New Orl. on the arrival of the •j !,i th it port. I- i'uh i t the I-:hm:M »r>.« good. on!v a , i'i i"wi oeciiriwig. Hocholera, military fo»ce organised under Genera! •'s-r, .»> prov. .i ttsghly beneficial to passen- - *jt: . till IjthttlUS. V »ood health prevailed. ,\o !• ; • • • ; .a,i ot tax lots in Sau Francisco re--4 4 t>'.a •!> s!i redeem nil the out- , . three per cent. ioan. and pay the \ ... .-. : I illt< l<'St. i ta.iti*e slave case in San F...

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

THE DAILY DISPATCH. rwrnpon'Mre of tin DUpntch. Steamer Gov. Dudley, at Sea, ) Orr Charlestoh, Oct. 28,1852. $ ■Mr. Euitor:—Tb« roughness of the ele- j ment which bear* on its bosom our good and faithful steamer, is not congenial to describing W you «»nv tact which may prove of interest to jour many thousand readers. Yet I cannot refrain from relating a pleasant incident, the fcusle oi which was consummated last evening at the Caro ha Hote', Wilmington. On the train of cars which left Richmond Monday evening for the South, was one ot the fairest daughters ot the Old Dominion, accomjmriieo bv her mother, wending their way to Alabama, to visit some kind relatives there residing. I said she was fair ; beautiful, perhaps, would have been more appropriate, for •» -,he was like A dream of poetry, that may not b» Written or told—exceeding beautiful.** But to describe personal charms is not my object. It is only to relate how my heroine, in ®ne short day, "met, loved and wedded" her acw lie...

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

VOL. 3-NO 13 THE daily dispatch TaS. A. COWARDIW, Proprietor" HUGH R PLEASANTS, Editor. rn.iiui ti.11,1. lO.uoi ,M M*■ V ! >N —\\ ith the View cf affording an opportune* and an inducement to Masons generally, .« n - aMmi Ic pilgrimage to Mount Vernon tie -t.h ot November next, in company with J : !eiifßsburg l odge. No 4, which Lodge initiated <e , : \\ K<hiugt.in into the mysteries of Mas ,>ni v <« trnt dsy, one hundred years ago, the lare will bp r, i ri 1 on the occasion as follow-*: Krom Hi '.tit ndt.> ai d from Mount Vernon. .s!> 00 fr m Milford Co do do do .. 4 00 Fi.iin Fredericksburg do do do ..2 50 From Aquia Creek do do do .. 2 00 illeals Extra. The tr.,in w 1 leave the Richmond Depot at 5 . k | r -ris-'.y, < n the morning ol the 4;h ol Novtu? :. and st p at Milford a sufficient time tor ?<is-engi-is to breakfast. The hour of departure trota t-r-derirk.,. urg will be ej A. M....

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

THE daily dispatch. - TO Al»» kUI Br-OircUiMlOß ml (K Disfatch U thus* times as »««• •• »« •T any other Daily paper C'*7 of WehnnjuJ. Jt it therefore greatly »uperioi »o My other as a aMhim of ndvertittng ' ttICHBI)NI>. * A.l TmemJnr Morning, NoTfmbiir3, " " THE ELECTION" We shall place the new*, an fa*t 88 we re * ceive it, upon our bulletin board, where it may be Been by all the world. We expect to fill our columns with it, in great part, at least, during the rest ol this week, and probably longer As it will be far more interesting than anything else we can give the public, we shall be relieved of our labors in inditing editorials in a very considerable degree. We rejoice for thus much; for we have always been of the opinion of old 3am. Johnsun, who held that a man was a great fool to walk when he could ride, or to Work ucless he w as obliged. Wa shall finish our notice of Mr. Webster as soon we can clear our columns of the election news. BIOGRAPHICAL NOTICE OF DANIEL W...

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

the latest news. Secretary of State. )« National Intelligencer says that the Fre'idcßt ha< offered to the Hon. Edward Krercst, and taat the latter has accepted,the vacant post of Secretary of State. | j*" Among the passengers by the Baltic, er Liverpool, we notice the names of Col. S. 4 Willoughby, bearer of dispatches to Italy; Uiues l'ann, r Virginia, and W. K. Everett, i , States. Navy. 'large Sai k.of Wool.—A sale of 280,000 1;... took place at Cincinnati, last week, for * it*) cash. The prices given show a ■(~s.ivance on the rates at which the mark, »-r:e<!. V I'iclps, of Vermont, appointed 2nd t ; .tr«>Kt rby lien, i'aylor, his been trncs- ► ;i :hc post o( Solicitor of the Treasury, , > 'J ;v the dealtl of Mr. Claike. [ i"je Rev. Mr. Bvington, of N. York, e . , i .vedthe amount ($2,000) he nsked for t rijrem Siiiion Harrison and iainily, slaves • Choctaw .Vitionol Indians. I . Co!. Thos. McAllister, a member of ; ; 1c ! :na State Sen...

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

THE DAILY DISPATCH. "from the south. By yesterday'* southern mail we received Hew Orleans papers of October 26. They are clothed in mourning for the death of Daniel Webster. The Picayune suggests that a pubIk meeting be held and addresses delivered, in wbich, while Webster's intellect and services were commemorated, those of Clay and Calkoan. hii brothers in the triumvirate of great American statesmen, should not be forgotten. There is some news from Texan, by steamer Jas. L. Day. The Galveston News says that Geo. Parsifor F. Smith has decided to make Corpus Christi his headquarters for the present, in consequence of the Indian difficulties or. the Rio Graude. Gen. Smith's health has beer; somewhat impaired. Tne San Antonio Ledger of Oct. 14 gives tsews from El Paso, by Mr. Dunn, who arrived in charge of a train which was attacked at Esplc Springs by a body of Mescalero?, a branch of the Lipans. They charged on the Irain with strung bows, but made themselves scarce when some forty m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 3 November 1852

VOL. 3—NO 14 THE DAILY dispatch >A-3. A. COW ARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS, Editor. .) ii 'in. i. I'l ■ N N—\\ ith the v,ew of atfording an opra; i an inducement to Masons generally, a Vas m : • pogrimage to Mount Vernon llri i i N.\em!>er nt \t, in company with -ire 1 >-•' N 4, which Lodge initiated , . v\ Kington into the mys'erieg Mas n~v y. one htiTidr d y. a-» ago, to ■ (are will I Oil t! e ncoa-.on a* lollu'.v. : : •(, .1 to aud lrom Mount Vernon.oo J-, ford do do do do .. 400 too do do .. 8 . r >o ; a Creek do do do .. 800 Extra. 7 . T ' . w ' leave the KL-.:aiond Depot at 5 , - c - v. on the morning ot the 4tb ot Nu- :. s st p at Millord a sufficient time tor t ' ti! ikfast. Trie hour of departure ' ?n • ■ w.ll oe 8j A. M. Returning, j, - i. wi . r ach Fredericksburg at 7 P. M., a tHi 'in rd a! ut 10 P.M. , •.■■ I- .-r BALTIMORE, with suita--1 . .na .n.f a good band ot music on board, »%. t;.A )ti ''i ifi> i- im t...

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

THE DAILY DISPATCH. Utr TO AU» AOrcircuiauoo at U»e Dispatch Is tHUi times a* large as thai of any other Daily paper in the city of Kiehniona. It is therefor* greatly superior to any other as a aaMtm of advertiser EICHWOWPi VA.i W«4ae*4ny Momlsg, Nevewbrr 3> 183' i. SOMETHING STRANGE. " The thing that hath been, is that which shall be; and that which •«, that which shall be done; aad there is no new thing under the tun." So ■poke the wis# son of David three thousand years ago ; but he has generally supposed to have alluded to the opeiations of nature, in its unvarying round. He tells us, for instance, that one generation paJseth away, and another generation comcth; that the earth abideth forever; that the sun risetti, and the sun goeth down; that the wind goeth towards the South, aod turneih again to the North, whirling about continually ; that all the rivers run into the •ea, without filling it, and that the rivers them selves return to the place whence. they come, (bv e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 3 November 1852

I br At'ten of ibf l bum (tniiW wll b- red amed at iheeflWcf , j, H ' lil, next door to the Kxtfaai-ge < -f" ' I V*• WM. N. TTNSLFT. t '* w *"* arr ' Tp * * ,> <i 'tX'-SC 3 dai'-y. by Mai! l'ralns, aitmft «'* v , isr\H. This mode of receiving % • ~*. A 'n ,)t whatever description, rom--9' . "mv.' vrh *' >» fi renter importance, „ h ~-n will call tor good* to go away, fF fr<l ' ' Ml ingw.thout extra charge. AIUMS A: Co s ntficr ><i. 5, I'ourtcenth Street, Nea. OKI foil QflctJ , . r ,«d >ew Fine ' „, t .vy-nt. d. liar*, wid be pre f ''W > , day lit Sl' Meui.taio St <\>'n Store N '.21" Main street. Rich ;.i - offer to the pub ie a rale i i tn.e It eiirat Id Hunting se t.<r a la.iy or g°utl<'man. «s a . r.; i !.e t. IK>w.i g arransemeut* . November, and couiinue I at •; eaoh and every up. . n ». s- .: u, » ir.i*. wi!i receive a it, and...

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

lITCM. ).—At at the Ex(Mr.B.H. I. Garnelt ( i,) Mr. Ed sklent and Vm.J. Rob. John M. Augusta ; 15. MagruKent, Weland Tho9. pointed, to übscribe to road from igton. «ing graiihave herelie several nt in this gthe finance Internal >c County, r free pas- ) examine unts, were Thursday GLPH jhai —S4 ablancn beid, M D, 330 ' of a Southedition reby J Ken a Romance i very spirit the Magician of Serville, literally translated into by H T Riley, B A Bohu's — Work?, The President's N!na translated by Mary edition—l ()0 of Philosophy, translat- > f Tenneuisnn, by Rev A enlarged and continued by London edition—l 25 Conuition of Man, ones! catites, B'.hu'd London edition of Modern Philosophy, by translated bj O W Wrignt, 2 Household Words—6c oc 29 I 11 II I 111 I I ■ HKRsof the Heart, or Love's Emblems, il-tfcirty-lbree iteel engravings—©5 Kk. or Recollections of Our NeighborBe West, by Arlce Cary—i CO Ban's Journey Round the World, by Ida Jhabridged, wi.h illustrations—7oc e...

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

VOL. 3--NO 1.5. THE DAILY DISPATCH TAB. a. cow ARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS Editor. »|AU. ABKANGEMEVT. Ulrhmoiid l'ont Olllct'. The V. - ire >iu and closed as tedlow*: Sobthkrn Mail, via Washington City V. 4 1 M and 6 A. M.; cioies 7 I'. M. and 6 1 hv-r.': M.\::s on this route are furnished from . r „- t 1! .i:'j nits at 7A. M , and will be closed v .«? I'. M ~ ,kat Socthf.hx Mail, via Petersburg—Due M ai 1 <■ A close* ;i I'. M and 6A. M. , 1;s <ivt. Mails on tr.is route are furnished netrin that departs at Halt past 4, I*. M., !. 1, i> -esdai.y at ;t. V M. jijv ~TAf>roN Mail, via Charlottesville—Due s ajiilroadcars at 2 o'clock. P. M., and close* <5. . „• - o ciock, P. M . • Viiolk City Mail, via City Point—Dun j . 11 .-.iuday) at H, I*. M., and close's daily : faluiCHj >at r. P M Thk Williamsbvrc Mail, per Steamers, via • vei.s .ne —Due Tuesdays, Thursdays and • i v :< ! M , close- Tues...

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

THE I>AILY DISPATCH. VW-1«« au» iMfatm.— l a<-c>rcmattoo o(\tTrt DisrATCH ii THE** timks a» large u that of any other Daily paper in the City of Richmond. It I* therefore gn<atly superior to any other as a of «dvertii'ng RICHMOND, VA.i Morning, November 4,IWJ. THE ELECTION Nothing places in a stronger, or more advantageous light, the working of our free in etitutious, than the ease with which the entire people, every four years, change their Chiet Magistrate. Seldom do we ever hear of a disturbance, even in the largest cities, which aspires to the dignity of even a riot. Rowsoctaa'onallv occur, it is true ; but ihey ar t * usually confined to a few individuals, and are easily quieted by the ordinary force of the police.— Never has it been necessarv to call out the military. There has never been one occasion vn which the two parties, as such, have pro ceeded to actual violence against each other, end such demonstrations as have been made, h...

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

THE LATEST NEWS. l>UkMliti>TlAL KI.KCTUON. We subjoin, f'om the Baltimore Sun, the yr'.um* ol the vote for Piesident in thedifiei- ( States, further paiticulars»ill be found f irr our telegraphic head. MARYLAND. , :,:nore Citv . Fierce 1177 majority. Ral , r ,iic county. Fierce 924 mijority. Howard .i ,:.. F>r< e 55 mijority. Acne Aiundel om -lated at 100 majority for Puree, ■k , mr.ty, l."> 0 mnjoritv for Fierce.— may be somewhat changed by lae complete PENNSYLVANIA. !* State, which in IMB cave Tav. jority, we ha\e the annexed re- < Philadelphia proper gives Scott * I'a xlor had 5 3 ki< .». 1' t . h>a county, ihe Northern Liber , m: j. t.ir Force. Pay lor had \. \\ hp ioss 1323 V, v • . .'using Fierce has '.'2<i maj. Cass .-■j. Whig loss 654. ii ,t.i. n gives Fieice m'.O majority.— ...i 1782 majoiity. U nig loss 2442. -d i Fierce 4.'2 majority. Cass L , :ij iit\. Whig gain 231. The es...

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

THE DAILY DISPATCH. From Tehs.—The IS'. o.l'icayune of the 27th ult., contains some further news from Texas. Tbe mail Bt Houston had been robbed of a package containing fIOOO. Suspi eion rented upon Gustave Rohling. a German, who was not to be found. A man named Thomas Fowler lately let! Indianola for San Antonio in charge cf a w agon loaded with good*. The Roods were afterwards found scattered on the grounr', near the Calavera'a crossing, and Fowler hanging dead to a tree. Il was supposed that he curunaiited suicide in consequence of the upsetting of the wagon.— Suicide seems to he quite the ordrr of the day in Texas. Lieul. Col. Cuesta or Acueeta. of the Engineer corps of Mexico, made an unuccessful attempt to cut the thread ot lite Miitamoros; and :t Mexican sergeant, who was in prison for misdemeanor, in a lit of jealousy B hot himself through the head. '|'he following is all we find cf interest concerning the Indian depredations; This mail w ili carry you the news of another fo...

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

r . VOL. : >--NO 17. - ; DAM.Y dispatch , , CO '' AH DIN. Proprietor. HXJG H H PLEASANTS. Editor. frr.*Oll'TlON.-TM | } . \ andm the nr:n • : L. At M. . ■ . if.. - r utual consent, dissolved. . if. returning bis mn»t sincere ■' i pat.onage *, kindly be in. begs to inform his c- J cus- • ■ t s k'pn rally, that he haß just ..in : . N .;h wlih «iu entire n w si. rk i ||i i coiN. in cnt which m,y t» toand : -.i - '. ~ k> Vr.vrti, Mouslin i ai. M< i ;no«. Alpaca*. Hud an ;:i lc :e, l ai;, square ami tLib t \ y large assortment of Flannel*, h \ - !,:•>vs. ii..\c,, arm almost h • . e ,- » -pi in a dry g jds house, i.-ki i a the rr.e t reasonable t< mis. MORRIS \V. ROSE, •-'".i Bn ad stre->t. V A X !•» ; •:.>!! .> AM) PAPER HANGERS, ! ti Governor street, ■ i_vK ■ ;r Km 1 stock « « French ana |; i.. 1 t ..U llANiilNlt.- ofevery quality ,'i in the be#! iactoiu sin tlii* i ~i t!y .i i r n many of them very ...

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

the daily dispatch. k xt AU» »Kil."«toi*U!».--lueo»rcuiaUoi) or (Se DwrATCH U thrkk times a* large aa that cf any other Duly pap" in the city of Richmond. It Utnsreforc greatly auperlor to any other a* a jn ytfam of »dv*rtUing Klt'H MOIVD.V A.: Mtar'ar Mtraing, November (I. ISS'Jt* cubX The Diario de la Marina of Havana, publishes three editorials of enormous length npor. the subject ol the Crescent City aflair, extracts from which have appeared in several of me .New York papers. As we have neither space nor inclination to lay these thundering articles before the public, we give the essenca ©; them, which we find in the New \ork Journal of Commerce. The positions assumed? lhat paper sets forth as follows : 1. "That the right of excluding or expelling from its own territory, any individual or indi viduals whatsoever, is an inherent property of sove-eignty, as defined by the most celebrated expounders of the laws of nations, and as put ju exercise by civilized communities. •J. That sa...

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

*lIK LATEST NEWS. l'Rb>ll)liiM I I \L ELECTION, ■j-, c detail" of the laic election have lost ,-f sheii interest, froin the fact that they . t i r.ip'rtclv on one side. There is con--11 :r st («It, however, in the result in i •■(>. K« ntuck>, and mute other States sre looked upon ns doubtful, 'i'he ■ ton I nion l.Aievrs that the Demotarried IVnnesaec, and claims 'i(HK) .., Kentucky. J hi' Republic has a ; oui F nnessee which elates that > c:,r; J the Pierce's majori- % Carolina so far, is 25'3.». The us the follow ing majorities tor » ,"i rtav Ire varied by full returns : y . N w 11; mj>shire, Ultode I,"!. Conm < ticut 2,.*>00; New \ <nk \. « Jetr-.v Pennsylvania "0,11. iv ai .1. Mai \ land about .>.587; \nV':;h Carolina ti.OOO; Alabama M --ij'pi IK.OOO, Louisiana 10,00; 5,i t • Kentucky 2,()!'0; Indiana 20,•0, M ichigan ovi-r C,000; W'isI a a 3,0();i: Ohio 'JO 000. No . ii received fr...

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