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   Courier (Newspaper) - September 5, 1806, London, Middlesex                                ItoedoiS^o^ihfr &W s     w itiiy.      i;i>'-�: '^acett op tUc I'alace Fermn; ovc^ooTiing tlic lUver Aino. \ �thp v>'ff Hri'lzM aW'ief n ? thcC JruKl Dulce s Vm icc awi variwu rowWrti? theTomh of the�crent MwJici lamily, Willi �aiiffiuity of uiter�>sting abi�^cts.t�o numMuu^ tnjnratioi^. \ fine expniiH^ �rf the Vale df Anio cnrichfs ihe Lniiil- (fi'va tVaiv Tcttim dusU. v4.dmUtu.Tiee to each Painting rrMni foHowing comisKs of liECTejRBS jL will be dtiivcrCd at the Thciitrjv darinj> th; eiisiiiiig 'X'^tV TlirORY aud PR\CTlCr: of MLDIClM . "O" A\A10.>i\ atul P^IiSlOLOCA , l)v Mr. AUL'-l- -     ^      .      \ KAVY OFFICE, F*T?t,U 180f r^ltlK Ph'nc/pal Ujfkcrs ami CoHimin.-ioners vf JL   Ith M.:tj-:^ij'i .'^:ivji ilo /leitbyjih-c nuti-.c., that ul O'lr: li'Cluflc oil Ike fultairii'ig rf.ij/v tliet/. Kti( bt naiylo Tieat Kith sarh I'lrsvii in mil;/ be ivUUng to Cvnteail fur inppi^ug iiic uili'e.-mtnlivniiH ni-liv.li'i, to iia duliacred at Itm J:'ai-  :?.iViTi�--�� PaHirm i)f the Ii.-u-!icu vifh I'lirms of the 'fitidcr.i f.ir iipplijii'^' "il i!tc a/unsiiid x^c '-Nic'Majesty laiV(l6 iil.-i, �   .        _     ^- '. ,; AOlll'Ui.K. ' . � r^O be SOLD, the iVIAXOll and ADVOW. S0\' of Lirrt.K .\i ASSlXai V,M; �U holswij at tas Apotlicc.iry's bhop, St. mrtholonipw s Ii 3JHtul. mWO rvlORTGAGK Oi^EDS on an Kstatc in Jt "> orttshir." tot J,017i'. lOe. and sonuv siilualtrn Pap rs. bt-l fl?;miC t(* tne litf Caataij tl irjtai-tlc, of I5ruii�w ick-l\ije iiraig of li^Ol, .wneii it appcivrs hp had them iii his posscs-jioiiv iuiil;,kei)t t:i�"m in a boVf CaptJjii Uanlcasile re-tutiicd iwi^e fcoiii town hv ea?v imirm"vs and a circmtoas iMUic. W hoever can give iiiforniiitioi� to Mr. ,lanip!-i No. li.', (irav's-iun-sqUaie, l.n;i(luu; or Mr. Conkc, kolicitor, Hris-to\, r:spectuif; themv so as that thfv "lav be n-ctivered bv ihi-ii;m cs ir.tcrcijtcd, shall reccivca Rcwurdot 1 \\ l^N r\ . rAf<.   _^ � :� _ � MO \ V\ -NJmrs. LUCAS and C6. b - I -a^ i to infiirn) tiose tnat may bi; in w-liit, and dejiroiiii of borrowing temporal v or pcrin.iiiei.t hum.' ol l^l(Nle^, a:id jjni-sci-sed of anv absignijiiic jii-opi-rt^', tint tiu'v may bi.' suppircl' with any Siinron F-mC ;uiii eriuu.-.lilf ti'i-m.-j: liv pavi!:;; n:i ndrr,uativ.X^!iiuitv Illtl�l�t.^^ tor tiies.inu-. As-ils-o monev \v!!i b^a-lranced to those ot kiioivu property, on iicMr persuiiu! tKcunty. ."iTiioiial applications are daily rerci'ved by !\!f*.-rs. Im;)-..(�i ' Oi at N�. 'i, Jam'.'s.street, Adi'lph:, faU'aftd; and l  vii-ix i.>;ud) answered without delay, Vio.n j;v to be laiu- (>OfT: av� iNviisriitr o.v r;OOD SIXIIRITIKS.   V fl^K KUNlJl{j:ir and TW^'JNTV-SEVKN V.r TilOUSAN D I'OUN DS ready to be adianr.rd o ii)nimmberl,uid LoJ<-e ii�H�. st paidi will meet dueattcnliUii, and if iiectssuryt a person.:. iiiT'-Tvipw .ippoiiited. :  _.   ' �'   POCi.TRV AM) t'HARINCf-tRysS. WTFT 4!id Cfl.-ilt their Old OlBcey H, Hott'try, and at No. 12, Ghuni-R-Crossi, are nuih.iri/.fd liv (voverniiiMit to sell the lirkcts, hharo.s,ai;d Lh:iiiei.'s ol lb\' prc8 , jvdiireiK'o as usHal to \o. U, PouUry^vitl rteeive imm-'diute r.ttcTition. T ca'pst.jl lavms, eo.it.nni!!;; toici ler no.irly.Iwo i hoiis.iiiil Tfiiee Uimdr.'d Acr's, iiU treoaiAI. Ti!�,a!)!>ve ij siui ite t �itiini about two mtl.'s of J5ou.;hto i; and w one ot the iii-)st cohijiact and desir-ible Estai'.s lu ih.- t'o'UltVV.,, V    � . . t'or partirulara aMil iinre apply to Mr. l)iii;ini>re, ot Svvndh.uii.- �Vo. 'i,!, -l.(>i',l.illl, oi,   s.s, ailtj .It.* AlaV^-ir\llX ORN'^BY and Co. respwtrul'y acquaint the" _^ t'uolicthal tfle pr-jeiit Lottery rotii.ii'.i.-more C'a|)i- til Prizes, an Ifewiv I irActs t irtii anv p.-V.'eedi;i;r LottiTv. 1,, \ greaty.iriflV ot .1 lers 'is and Snaivs arc. im S^il", af th-lowesf pr.ec?, at tof a'>'>vc Stiin' |.,oti >ry Oii^e^�> w.'it'PC al! ijU iivs of Pri/.fSiiv-p lyiii;; 111 full.- � Ordnrsbv Letu'.r or l.;arrn;ri'.vi,eultMf oti trie .�am.': ttrins as I. preoc,::'. 1 he l.o;t:Tvbe;;ins Dr.iwni;; tie IJth,of ()GTori!;n, MOiiK ( ViM l\l, Hlli/l,S, - And I i\vTho(is:nid Ir-s I l^kll^ tiiaiil i>t I'titu Lutti^ry. iiif lipsr ilnwii lu'ket eiitiilfd (rt> ti;n i'uor.sx.M) |'o(;n;;.s; r\ll othi'i-t.ajul ;1 Priwi arc it'.lout. PURCflASivllS of Tieket* and Shar.-s will have the Oppoitmiitv ot oblaiiiin;; all the t.'apilal I'ri/c , provided thrv pHirlia.-:e b,'li>iv th.' Diawinu; eoniMii'iiCis, vUliehwillbe oii the l.jtli of OcUtber iieAC-TIic tMhcni"' e.uitaiiisi'oiial AdvaUiairesdf  'r\vi;Nrv imousam) pm.'Ni) I'luzr.s, Tl'N Tllf )l' S ' so POL! > i) I'H i/.hfi. VlVl'. TIU)US.\.\I) PiXJ.NO l^�l/i;S,�:e. &c. I he formi-r l..i>il<-ri ,:)>,)... _______.. ...4, : l,v;i)... �>� ......)U .. ^0........v....lib... . .........        ;;>)... 1) Jt), MO �J... Total \'faue- 1.-.,'>,)J ...    .     N^O ....... . . .... . ....... S'j.'.rjj L..'UU,UJ) you groan. The Standard of FiatDJN.\>rD IV. is again im-furled on your shores. Hasten to unite yourselves with uk, and to gather around it.- Hasten to re-establish the rights of your beneficent and legitimate Soverelgiiv A Usurper lias dared to staiii his throne ot jMaples, and has liad the pre-suniptmn to call you his sahjecfs. lleltecton the v,-roni>s audthclujurres for wTilfctT the tears'uf your suilcnng country flow. IlecoU lect the insults and outrages to which your venerable parents, your wives; and your daughters are exposed. It uow di'pi.nids upon your own courage \vh:'the- you �h;ill obtain redress. 1 eotiu! avaoiii^ you only as your friend and deliverer. . 1 ask^rsii'i'ly (.iuaitersj from you. 1 reqiiu-c no contributions; tue provisions furnished shall be punctually p.'ud. i shall pnivule you vvKh arms and ammunition to be employed in you own defence, and wlvatcver vuuts may arise among you, they shall bii imraediatuly'supplied. Your luws and your customs shall be maintained, your holy religion and its ceremonies shall be honoured and respected. From what Uaii been  cxpcrh'nwd by your brethren in SniGily, you may pidge of the rectitude of our conduct, and of our di;M;ip)ine. Your faithliil countrymeuj whom oppression had d:;iven from among you, have returned with me to give you liberry. ll.'pre*s your private animosities, be united among yourselves, and renounce all party spirit ;gc you to treatthcprisonets that niay fall jjit* your ppv�cr well. 1 further command yo6 to sfcnil out coiistanlly parties of patroles, to collect the stragglers and wounded hi your moiintains and forests. For every prisoner you conduct in safety to tld British army you shall be rf^rarded. I promise tu give yo;i six ducats for each private, and twenty ducat* for each oilicer. J. Stitabt. IIead-(iuarteria;tMaidaj July7, 1805. ItOYAL i>i.CltiiE. Beloved and faithful People of Galabria, the 'Divine Providence has liberatrd you from thesis-vere ojiiircs.sion ol the French Invaders, and again placed you unikr in^ legitimate dominioDy by the aid ofniy most-potent Ally the ii.vc of Grkat liun'Ai.v, seconded by mine and y our au.>>i8taace. The gallant British General, Chevalier Stuart, .w:ho.v,ortluly coanjiHtMl^ the forces in those provinces, III iiis exKCi'.tiion has completely fulUlled the oi'deis ot his Sovereign, and hai answered faith, fully to the c\>nruk'nce which I reposed in hmi, and to the full authority and power conferred on liiiu lor the purpase of  ob'.aiiiiiig your liberation-iliis power, which I.am about to manifest by the pieseut Royal Decree, and to confirm in his   person,  extending  it at the same time  to  all the other provitu-es   of my Kingdom of >N 11]lies, in winch liie i'-ntibii troops may arrive, under his comeiaiiJ.   'ihe recent battle which he fouglit in Campo di Alai.la, be-''oi-e vour eyes, against the French army, and tlu todv! djl..-at of the latter, will be an event tor ever memorable in the hisTOi-y ot the fiDics, and au etLTiia! monument of the valoui* of ilhistri-iu.i Cenenil STi.Au-r, aad his brave Iroons.   Ilj;, in my^ Koyal Xamc, Will continue to attend to voir defence and security, and to direct the operations whieh are to tike place fur the restoration of goo.l order, and of my Rojal Authority, and also for your advantage; Tiirougli him will hi announced to von my Royal determinations, tfuding to accomplish the above- WIRK HEAT SAFrS and DISH COVCR\ to keep Weat, Poultry, liutter, Cream, and all kiadsof V ictuals, from flu'S, wasps, and every other i.^scet crvennin.aUdatthesame tnneaunjit of .a tree circulation of.iir; by which mcauSj.dreased or undref.seri v!ctu;ib may be kept twice the time as. in aav thmpeloii. 1 hi'v are tobe seen lu great variety at t. C ATO and bO ?i b W ue-ivorU^ri, �^V ir y:anewroetti0d,-,'wbjch;v.4ll be tound t6 combine the easfcjbft^utyi aqi diir.^bilityot Datare. lie also sup-plies whole Seta,' w ith  or without bn'rings,- on' terms the mo>t>iu8deitate. N. B. lliS Dental Mirrors, which enable every pcrsoiv to aaceitauhtbe;Vutidition of their Te^th intewprLv aad e>te-rwrly, jhy a doubl�r reflection^ are ta be seen and sold at the Cheviflier Kuspini*s house lu Pall Mall. Mr. 11. attends at homcand abroad asHsiiah   - UY If IS MAJESTY'S ROYAL PATIlOhA�l;. XT^KVV, if .anv, Medicines arc more irutpccnl, JU no^Tuateeffectualdian Dr. DcN \\\R'S Bt>'! N1-C\\, S\UfcF iftAileViating and extirp itiii? y>\ SJXL\, or t)i: VFJSPSSrarisingfroma weak siateof the car, te-v'r,cu1d,Hfropsy In tltesoundliig-cavity,-apoplexy, epilepsy ,t ./iiicw.hardnesSrarid mmaturalspeuiog qt.the tympanum. t>ui ..us wou idriirtBe myrix, impo�tiiniations, tumoura, ul-cffs, iiU��^cy>ft�d.wa7(, and othe^r obstrii^Uotis. �, Tinnitus, a ringiD^ rioi/*, andodteraffectioiis of the cars. Deafoess is Ills J oft wi eftected by eour a-ssioaiii/or loudy ioleut sounds; part i- Tirlict- and Sliares ar,' oa Sale at all llic Lotti-ry O'.liccs- �litket................----I..1SM.1  u llair. 10 'J   O; I-.iu'hih............ .2 11   G ,>u;i-*'T .    � *   U      \f !-iil'i:.;. .____ 1   (i   U U. l-i.fVilY.., Sui-s',-Di, Soil  i.-.tai^Oif i nr.' tJt'.MO'ic; ;iad -.ir.ivel"iii (1 e htid-ii'vaiid Mdii'-vs;'n'lni'T.'iii'* I'nhlic r.i;ii :ic iio'.v d<-iol  Ills w iKiL- iir��i'>Sii>n.il -ilicn^ioi lo tiie atiove i>is-e^isc-^,Jiad'iiieii <'n.ripli sand !� r..l.i\s, wnrr.- hi- ..i.-p nr-s (lU- iiVivcnt inbotilns 01 B.'-.d.-.laid  i^. ..s, S(ii..ipa i:.'(la ed, lun ot wiiK^h bistscirreiv cViTf.iil tci  l.=!icil, ponit.iK out (h;-ir cause, ;ina the du't to h.-o'.is -rvi-.d dan; j; tlii; .-are j \r\V.i iitaiiv e.YtraOrdiiiarv Caset, ao-ne.of p.Ti'eel r.-covi-r/ yen ;if.cr(.ie opTilinn h.Td b"'''t r-'flvi'd "|i. Cri L vAi's 111'^ 1 u i\ AI i \ t--   77717777 __POV, tJl;i{, here oll.-ii'il to tile n.-if of tlie t'nhlic at lirge, was in tlis circle (if t>r. Di.nsd ilt; s p.uiicuL.r .lo-riii iiiilaitfe, aid t'.i.- .N'siiiHtvand txeiiUy (;.iis i'iitienis) and us viriHPB iu i. itb.il m.; perfectly lanoecjii, that it m.-i-v be'-atfM viitiion! in.uri.       " ' ' Tncsc disrin:;u!shiiif; Chara -.e.-istics of its sanative eir-Ms, a'-.dsuperioritv, h.iw promr.'a it tne u:;hou.i,-icdmkprohatton ot tie Ou'esi, till-Priiicetncs, tat- hmpres* ot hu.-si.i, tlitv I>ut'h"SS"r ol \ �rk, Kcdionudordon,.Leeds, Huiia it, and most ot Ihf KiiKli.sii a'id. t'oi- -lyiii ISobditv, many ot wiioin reeoiinnexid it with adiiuratioiij as .a m-cessarv append :r;>;e to tiC toilet; and iiK^.t'wl tliey do but coniHinn su^tic;; h-;-r;'lr>, Since it impartsafifititiess'ar.dbcaUtifolrevlno.'S to*;ie tiuros; to t!!e lireatti t.io nioat d.-lcctal.le sweetiiess,;. ana it iisart con-staatlv as d^t^rtcd, W dl render the Teeth iifin and VS hite, ant prever.ttiial" driiadrnl iiia'rtilv the /J oatn-.iehe trom re-tiirniiijc'to those who h.ivo been liable to its most banjtnl cttrc'.j. -, ,,,,�,,�.. , k'lejiaredand ?old,^^ holeMle ami Ttetall, by Mr. butler, No. 4, (heapsMe, Cor.uT. c.t pjternoster-row; and llelail by innst Country iJoolvselk-ij and Pcrfuineis, in lluxes, at e^eh. ..           '-. ' "ElURTlilvR Proofs of the IWicacv of the. Rev. Jj      Dr. I$AIICLA\"S AVTIBILroUs PILLS. Irmn 1uoM\s I>iniM5�0i 1-sq, CpperCrri-eent, Bath, Julv?(), IRO.'i. , .   ,  . ,    j.    j 1         ' mentioned ob)ects. 1 a:n zut come to punish you Ilt delusions _             ,       , �    ,        ,     ^      , ,..           : , ,r     �   i        r ^ou,   therefore,   bulovi-d  peoiiL*   of   Cala whic.i iiie past, but to guard you from them in ,           ^   ,       ,          .      r     i-   \ , ,,     ,,.  '                     V bria, and of the otlier provinces of nu'kin'doi future.   >(oiie shall snlltT-except those who per- ' - .    -     ,-, ,>       ,   -          , ..      ' ,   ,     .                  . .     . ol -\ai>les, in wliieii treiieiai ^tuaur snaSl arriv sist in error, and whti siiuVi? a lUKposition to op- '    '     ,  Stable- ho M"* and twel lured. This Auophlecmatijiantic is proved to be equally ef- *utt. Royal I^Mhtrute   ^   '  ' ^ - land Cmaber- ^ ^li^f^thew, Ijineasf't I MWn^t, Liv ipool A'ewii, llycv Yoitoihlre i-^oUtertholnie, York '-.fearw;, W ells, So^erjct, Baket and, Fletcher, South. aunplop  j: T  ,' Drucy, Lincoln: I,. iiwtnfi-i),.I�kegter PJiu||l^Yk^ttry 8t. t^dwuiid's, pose us.   All othcis shall be reconvpeused in proportion tutlt'.5,lidj.'li|y^.ixiid the aid they |il)ord._. Those who have been misled shall, upon laying down their aims, receive pardon and protection. � � J.' Stl'a:it. ILead-quiirteraat St. rnTih'min. July I, lijQj,      '      - PRU^u..'..iAilON. Sir Joux ^ruAivr, Knight of the Grand Impe-perial Order of the Greater Crescent, General and Comniander in Chief of the Tro,ops of his BiiJTANNic IvLvjESTY laudl'd in Calabria. The British army under my command having, with the help of the Almighty, obtained a great, and si|;nal victory over the French army, co:ii-niand'ed by Cener.il Reg.nieu, and havin-^ com-}>elIod the remains oi't'he eneuvy's armyto l!y vv..r.n terror and opprobrium before the victorious English troops, and to leav,o to us the entire pt;sse.ssion of this ]>rovince of Thilhcr Calabria. I inform you, O Calabi^ians, by the present Proclamation, of this hajipy success, and desire you to join witii me in pnisuing the common cno-^my, and ,In establishing among you the authority of your augu.st and legiuraateS.iverei;;!!, Feroi-NAND lY. whose Royal Staudurd i.s once more liappily planted with joy and glory ainung you. 1 have already informed yoa in iny former Proclamation, that 1 wish for no contributions ; all the provlsioii.s, forage, and other supplies which shall be furn'iiljed by you to the British army, shall be paid for iinmodiatelyv , As a proof of your fidelity and attachment to your Sovereigjn, i itquirc yon to give us all your assistance ; ,and for' that purpose arms and amihu-nition shall fa furnished y^du.' These, hon;ever, will not be given you to be used for your private TCHgeanco, but to be cmplpycd ag-iitist the common enemy, A       : The British army lias not come among you to afford you an bpport't'snity' for Indulging in your private animbsitie?, but to pro t�ct you and deliver ybu from Fr^JJch y^'rainiiy,; Qood tinder laust be niarnta,ined; Those who shall utiite . themselves lam.Sirvyourmhst obl^(;cdh^mbleSem wi^j ,s and obev my orders, sthali, notwithstand. niiieijds the pms-ing any former counectlou with tlic eftomy^ be ;ala-;dom re, with his Victorious army-you, who have at all times given constant proois of your bdelitv and at-taclimjftt to my Rjyal Person, e.vecu'c with good will whatever you may be ordered to do by th.s gallant General in niy Royal name.   Hasten to support him with all your forces and means.   A;d in every way his operations, which are directed to your relief and security, and be persuaded that I shall leave no means untried to prevent yu.ir [leaie f.o-n being a',;ain disturbed^ raid to.secure to you and your lamilies the enjovment of days morejoy-tul a^ul less hxiardous.   Chveu at Palermo, ikiiv 10, ISOtJ. (SigueiJ) 1'i-.uDi.vAND. .-.S�n receipt of litis, I request you will icndnie six dou-nxe* o; yimr BARCLA V^S A.NTIBILIOUS I'lLLS, ... .jvelve^bo^tleBSP^,(U^�l(^ Inclosed isadrnft fffr50/. piy yourself lor the Aicdieme, and apply the remaladcr to the.publiration ortheiollownrK c:ise :--Kdrlbelast fourteen \eais I'haverbeen atflicted wita-the CiOut; and for the la?>t roury4fars:thi.H isthelirst letter 1 have been able to write, wbieb 1 tliinkoujjht tobe addres�:'d to you,ai;kn�wleii�!,inij luy perfect cure by using your Antibilious PUU and Sue? �    laniiSirvyourmllst obliged humble SerViii lbp|l,cv,.W�n. Bjjrcliv, Lonlon, ,   T-HO.s. HLI I'lle Rev. >Viliiam Barclay sir iHi;lYrecomiiieiid� ma KainllyRfedicilie, Wing irerfteily^ijuipef lit in their voui�^ position, and pafticnlirlj u-,i tul in fcmoVibR all coippUints irisint fjom n.Sedentary IJabit of Life aad' dlsord.'rt^d Sto-i much', fiobi T> hence proceed thd-e eoirtwul Bili�us,^Ner^ voiis,and SicH Hi'ttd-aebs, 1-latulencics, Indigestion, Hearty buniv Jaundice, YelVuv Iflidi'utnd t'evp, it?, r Sold wholie lie and reitiilnt Mr, Batlej"s, >'o, 4, Cliertp. nule. corner of Pul^'rnost,er-ro�v,j and jetuil by ipost CoUiitry > Medictne Vender9iiribo.tes,nt.is^"^(1.cachi, jtigiany ' ji^i^tiltic'd aiid proie^^ On the ctMitratj-'y" all tuosie^>v'h6,; iitvdet^^^^^^ft^^^ ptet�xt whatsovet shall ir�jfusb.tlo^^iv.e lis their ossistaiicc, shall be punish-ed with rigour. .............. �\*TiVfailc I jrongratflJate you on the fortunate s^^e^. '^bserve, none can be has-not; the name of t cess of our 'arms, I stiil ttnxioiiS tlilit httmaaity ftyotndtS�Joi<<<^ewtitpper !iuoitstratiy:;s of attach-lUiMu to the cause of their Ivijiiimafe Sovereigu.. i, have also learned tiiiir tne enemy, laider the same picte.vt, has subjcjf^ied t.'ie distiict of Cotronc to military chastisement ; and that at'tlie French head-tpiaitors tne sum*; inteniion has been di-clared with respect to the wholt* cf tiio couutry which they have occupied in their (ii,^hf. W herever the British Army has advance 1, sub-niibSiou has always biHii recompencd bv protec, tion. 1 have fo; bidden any aaiiri;uiversions to be cast upon post opiu-.ons. 1 have prohibited all private aniuiositits, and to encourage the peasants to beliave with humanity tow ards the . French soldiers (who since their late delcat h�ve been dls-perswl iii the woods and mountains)', ! ottered a iite.al rev�ard for cvery^ prisolicr-who should be brought unhurt to the British Camp, and by these means 1 have preserved the lives of laaay huudrod men. In return for this, plunder and devastation have marked the retreat of the-enemy ^ and U wav a crime in the peasants to have witnessed thediscomv iiture and d. l)^\}nour of his arms. On this subject it therefore becomes nccessar)-for me to appeal to tlie roooliectiun �f the Freuch Commantlers, and tostatoj uot only th.at ma^iy of their, declared 4wd kaovvu .Partizans sue in. my power, but thai the sigtisd'sijca'ss of tho army under my command has placed'in my bauds ubonre throe thousand pns^n^ts-, If> .therefore, such violences arc^iot p�t an'^im to iu fu.ure, 1 shall not only duem n^vs^f justi^ed, but evea cumpolled by my duty, to have recourse to .tUe,sSevero, biw indisppusible X
                            

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