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   Courier (Newspaper) - October 1, 1806, London, Middlesex                                - , ttrEATJlK ROYAI., DRUllY-T.ANK.      . trG.MQaiiO>V fcyEinNp �in be acted the rmnfc Hart"el!,Rir. jJliStpn5 The V\ .Uow Olieoriy, IMtss }rmj\^SD/iY, OCTOBER 1, 1806v -TltBA*R-*,.-------------, THIS PrescHt EVKarii\GwilI be performer the Play of       ,        ' ftdiig the Ust time of liis appi-arjni tiris season.) Mar'n, Mrs-'G. Kciublft (bciug Ikt iSrst apjioarance dfl On rriflay, Ki^g Ilfnry �lie Ej^Iitli.   . J'uidivir �i;aiie(1.9ut of the Broak.^A Coi'jittfv in 'the j\;.,.iy.1iy ^�ttr^onl.Y,.p sl p,i.idv to Mr, S. at Mr. VldceVV To the WOimtY and I.VDEJ'ENDKNT'ELECTSOll ofthe.ClXYofWESTMlNSrEK.   / GnXTl f.MEN. SINCK my first address, which I had the honour of iruihin^i; in \ nn, I Iwve ivccived such wsmii .issurauccs of support frum.sf'^r'riil Blrt'tiiigs of Electors, and purtiru-iai'lj ti ..11 the vt'iy rt^psctalile and numerous -Meetiof; which was Imltli-ii thixlily lU W iHis's Rooms, ihiit I prtseiit myself to vou with iidrlilioiiiil cnliideiiee of sueeeis.     . The kind declarations whie'i iiaveheeiiniiule in my favour, 1 consiiler.iis ll.ttU'i'hif; (e^iioioiiii-s that the Conbtitutioiiiil -Prttirtplrs-tnr-w-tttdr-i-h:rvt; elHiUK'ii your i-^ii^port are .ip-jir  fai: di)iie me jnstice, by tlir rtedit you liave given to niy professions, 1 inost earii'e.stly entreat you lo do justice to v�'.ir.-*elvej, by niainlainii){; your geiicr6n6 declarations with.cvery o.Kertioii tliat can give tliein elfeci. 1 have the liononr to be, fiootiemen, V onrolili^ed and faithful servant, Northumberl.ind Hou^c, Sept.ISO i. PERCY. -        � �. -ji.wv, MA iOH. Ina MpiHinj; or .Visenibly of ihe .\layor,'Alde'rmen, and, J.iveryiiH'iiof thi-sVv. rill. Coiiiptaiiesof the t^ity of London, in Common Hall usSrtiH>teJ at ilie (^uildliuti of the To the IJOUOUr.liREEVKS and CONSTABLES MANCHESTER and SALIOUP, Wl'', the Uiidcrsigtied Inhabitants, do request that' you v.ill call an tarly Mcetiiii; of the Inhaliit-antsof tlieso Towns and the Xciglibourhood for tlin purpose ofthaiikinR Sir llo.Mii PbPiiAM ffir his Letter on the Cap-ture of liuenos Ayre.', and liii attention to the ToMrfs aiid (lomnieree of thisConntry : and also to cApri'SS our opinion of theiniportanci^ of the (Capture, and iIs great consequences^ in tlie pn sent siluation of the (ontinenl'of Europe, to the conimereiiil and nianufacturing interests of the British Ein- Tiee ptnr NAVY OFjlCE, Sept. 19. IWS. IHE PrintSpid (jjficm and Comntitsionert af . HirMajmtjf* Nafif^l*Itenttijulut nuUce, that on Thar?-i day,      ' �: /      ' IOiNl'li'.-^Mchsrs. LlJUAS ami Co. Ueg leave tobiform those thaVinayJ be in want, and desirous of harniwiiip temporary or pninaMrtit Sums of Moneys and po.s-tfiiscd iifimy assignable,property, that (hey may be sii]^�plied w'nil any Sum on fair arid eouitablc terms, by paying an> nrirqutitp Annuity liuerest for tliesuini?. As.also" money will beail>-;nifed toibose of known piropcrty,��thejrpeisimai Seriirity. ' . , ' ' '�' ' ' IViyiiiialapplication*are d%ilv recefvedby. Mei-irs,,! ncas (l")5t paid) au|>^'CTcd withuutoclay. ..""'^ ' ' TEN THOUSAND POUNDfTforae FIRST DRAAVN , YlC-KET.'. ' ^niCHARbsb>% G60DLUCK, and Co. ni^^PKCTFULLY actiuaint the Public, the' STATE LOTTEllY^coijimencrs t)r!iwing on the ISlh of th? presentAfOnth, (OctoberJ, being the only Lottery to be drawn this year, and no other will be decided by "the lanif. The Scheme contains, 3 Prizesof L'.'20,O0O 3..........................10,0M 3.'......;.....--------.^5,000 .   &c.  &.C. fee. ' sai.l City, On WcjxaAY tire'iSlth da:v of Septeinher, J'l0:i. ' ^^KS01A';Ki) L'riuninuyitsly, 'Thiit the Thaiiks of tlnsiCoimnopf 11;uH>egivwvio Johli An'sle v, Jisq. and Iho/oa'Ji'iiiailth, 1 sq. laie>ilttfi-i(fs'of the Ciitv o'f'�^nrton,aiid �Stt'.Tilf of tlie Cimiity of MiildliL'SiX, tor their very exeiuplar* couductitfdijiei^irsins tlwi Viunnisdutu-s of^thttl ar(luijij^j.iina impOitantlMReejt&t,tbjf'n)flnVKs >M'tUu  e.veirtiim or rndi'.wouri on our part shall be wanting to render the AceoiOmoJi-tionsand Eulen.iiament <}f the Crow'O and Anchor (we must not say superior) equal fxi any'J'avero in the'World. The means are amply in our l*Ower, and wc have to letkori at tliis moment on as good an ' AisortmcirtOf dioice and excellent Wiiics as, we trust, are to be found in any Celiac in London. IIEMv'Y SIMPKIN, ' � Son of the late Mr. Thomas Himpkin. iJEJN'RV JACKSON, Late Cook at th�-L(indi)n CotlVcrhouse. SOUTH WALES, CARMARTHENSHIRE. rflO Ue liJiT for a Term of Three Years, a Jt MODERN HU.ILT HOUSE, fit for the reception of ./ohn !\eari=ley \\ ill I nil Jones C. WiiitC .li-nie.? iiatcman Diiniitesey lluline Phillip:* and Lee .lacksoii and Rn.hforth ArtliUr Clegg AVui. Sjis?.s yim. lieeVer Jas. Mall.Uieu' .Tame^ Hall Veil ,Tno, fireavti B. A* Ueywood Aiehui'd .� ates KoUert Peel. Jiiii. Parker Peter t'toirtpton .Jifo. Toucliet Thus; Olllvant        i Jas.hHarrop' . C.i<;o. (iruady Sifhiilel (Jfimshaw ,T�o:. ,Hroadhur�t , Fraoeis yiarris Samuel Doclter Dniiicl Fod-n Thonias SI.liter Eduard lumer \Villia^n Town^ena .Tohu Walsh   | 'i'liomis Wytltins Willia-n Boyd Kichard liieiialrdson ' James Rury    ,, JJeii'ry Pope John"Weir . John Kels i\l Roger ii oil and John iMghtiilgale Worthington,  Baxter, and Co. Daniel Rurton and Sons AVm. Powell Robert Duck Win. I inilop Jas. Ollivant Samuel (jardiier Rich, and Jon. Jackson I'rancis Parker Thus. iHid Jno. Dawson Jas. Bradock lv b Henry Thwaitesj jun. Jnft.,Lomax . Kaliprt Rider .Smith, Miliw, and. Con .Saiiiupl Jonts Radtiords nndiWaddingtrtjii  ?; ath. and Faulkner P'bil- lips and Cf); Thos. Phillips and Co. Richard Al'Op .T. L. Philips iin-.r Brothers / t;iiarle3 K. Brandt and Co. J.-IS, Gordon ; S'llvoiters and Co. Tho?. ripping and .Co. . John Hyde and Co. Knshtori Hrid Robinson JohnCli>>.e aiid Co. .T:.vlois and Wit'iingtoii. Ro'bi-rt Markland John Leaf R. A. Fariiijjt.^B U. Fletcher Otho Hulnie John Atki"son William MitchelL y1 II lying in the aiiiii bard, tt/tere niijj Peruns vithing (o bpxomc purchaner* v.ait have, the mcrli/ of viewing the same during the common wor/dng hourt of lite yard, until the dau uj iuli:.  ' _ 1 nvuntorics and Condition^ of Suit may be had here end at tin: Vard. NAVY-OFFICE, Sept33, 1B06. '^IPII.G jiHniipat Officers and Commiisioncrs of Ml. Ilia Miijeit/g .^iir.y doftereftygiiie Notice, Uuit on Thursday tlicyth oj Or.lnhti- rmxt, ai Tko o'Cidc/: in he Afternoon, tliti) fijieiU jjlii 17,, iit Hul', at their tIjHiix iit Someriei^'iiuiet seal Lotvuf OijlXS ):Oii.iiS, tundUing of >        ^ , ������ OiJ Rope,; :      .      : � tope liottrope, Shakings, Caijiai, i/ei:ip, Rubbisli-niid Topito^S, BotJny Uay Wooaj-ftt'. See &c. t: hv.i I th Ahr-iih Ahijtstif, JS/j// im,UEll, l^mg at Hhser^s. n !.vn^ ri,iij-yir.su:i''i''.ris.',i,i:iito b::,o.naJ^>tn:haaers,:iiayh&iie tli'je.l;- of vimia!; 1 he ^urih-iliiriiig Hit commoti tvorking liiioj the t'unis uutd l.'tt lia/.uf ,!i)tle. . lni-t,iiloricii and CuuiUliuiis of .idle alau be had Acre and at f. k'ui-its. \vM\ be p.iidby'tltc Proprietor, Tlie If ousl' is very ple  Market.'! owii of (jartiiartlien, and coiiiniaiidsaberintiful prospect of the Valo,of Fowey.--Fopfiiriljer particulars apply b.y letter, post paid. to"Air. JVlorJev. � '. , . _ � , : Ski'tk.miii;ii\', irij.i. GTICE is liereby given to tlie Portreeves, Burges.^es, Proprietors of Laintis, Landholders and lubnhitaiits ofaiid:witHii):the~TOwn,ilorough, and Libertj' of Saint Clears,.in theC'Q)infy of Carmr.rthi;ii', and toa|t otncrs Wiioni it (loth or may eoacerii. That a Petition will fie pre-seuteitto, tluv Jliinourable' pre ... House of Commons at the ne.\t    ...       , ,,    .    . regultttimis of ,thc. Hoi^e will admit, on behalf of the Pn.- *!*,.'1^1P';'^_''_!!!'?^ ''^ Ejie, by. HICHARDSOK, COODLUCK and Co. Ktocli-Brokers, Cornhill, and Charing Cross. SW lit and CO. i'OV L'l'Ri  and CHARi.SG-CROSS. PICKETS and SHARKS of flie State Lbttery, prietors.of Latids .and Ivstate-S, Lrr/ulliolders, Burges.ses and Inliabitai'itti, witnia the'said Town, Borough, Liberty,i.iii Parish of Saint Clears, forleave to bring in a Bill in ordcrio obt'iiaan Actof Parliament to autlioiize Commissioner?, to be riominatedby such .'Vet of Pa:rliairieril, to divide and allot the Coirimonab\e and waste Grounds of n"d yvithio, or bcr l'>ngin*to t[}eTow,n, Borough, and Liberty of iSaint Clears aforesaid, to between and ani'on.g the Owu-'rs and Proprietors of liiinJs within the same Town,OoroUgh, Liberty and Parish,, and all other persons interested therein, inorclerto inclose tite same Commonable .ind Waste Lan-.!s for the use :iiid' benelit: of such Owners and. Proprietors of J.ands, and all bthersbiterested therein, according to the usual and accus-toined mode of allotti'ng, dividing, and, inclo.-ing Commons and Waste Laiul^ under the Authority of' Phrliaiiient.' ... HERBER'l' LLOYD, Solieitor. For BILIOUS and other COMPLALNTS of the Sl'O-MACH, Ike:  � ORIENTAL VEGETABLE CORDIAL, ........itrttcrs Patent. is CORDIAL hare 1 By 1ms Majesty's Royal Ltrtt XIIE Salubrious Po^vers of flii irth ScptembeXi 180". � Incompliance with the above requisition, (delivered to us this day) wc do appoifit a iMecling  f the Inh.ibitants of JMaii-chester and Salford,an(l the Neighbonrhooil, to be heldfaf the Bull's Head int), jMuiiehester, upon Thursday the aSth September inst. at eleven o'cbick in tlie forenoon, WIVL I'OXi Boroughreevoof M.-".nchester. SlOMvSoD, |^"''^t.blesorMand.e^ TllOS. liOLLAiN D, Boroiighreeve of Salfoid., j?B(nr\Nv I'�'^^^^ \       BULLS HEAD INX, ;MaJiehes(er,'^^fh Sept. 25, IRO'i. At a rcrpectnble Sleeting of tne inhabitants of tlic towns and neighhiiurhood of iMarche'ster and Salford (convcn.'d 1)y the ijoroughVceves iiud. .Con.Unblcs, in puMiunce of the above'-requisition) VVM. SI'/JitKrE, One of the"Coi:3tjibles of Mai'ichestcr, in the Chair. , It was unanimously re?olvi*d, * ' 1st. That the . recent success Of his Maie.sty's arms, in South America, is an event of the'warinc.-.t interest and gratitude to the kingdom atlarge,and tne rircamstances atteiii-iiig the pojkes'sion of liuenos Ay res, add fresh lustre to tnc.dis-tinguisheri.intrepiditv and liheraruy of Britons. 'i!d. That the Co'miiiercial adv.iatagc? of this attainment are cxt;'i}sivebeyo;'.d calcularioi'.,.aiid, in the present state of !>�k�ttted-meJMirr.': benefits), iN.ld out a most peculiar* d/gree of importance at this partieuUir juncture.     ; :jd. That the Iiihabitatits of.thc Towns and Neighhotirhood of .Manclnrster nod S;iJford, have abundant re;i$oii to reioice 10 the acquisition, as it optns a chaum-l so conridcrable to their manufaetures and trade, and ijmst therefore aflbricu-crcascd cmplu;. meat f o their industry and i:jgenui.ty. 4thi That "the Intiabitants,feel taeni'feives particularly honoured by the   etiulriict for snpidiiing //i>> M(ije'ili)\i fard at Porlsmoulfi tcitfi rt5'mH/%o/LIGNUM VlTiE, of froia 53 inches ti 7 inchesDiameter. A I'urm of t/i<''/'endir,inay be seen fit this.Office. .  ^  the parly, or an agoil for him, aliiiuls. _ � ' VICTUALLING OFFICE, Sept 29, 1?0S. rg'lIIE (Somnmsiomrs for FiduaUing HiiMa- A jcsty\i Navy do hereby give � A oticc, that on Tuesday, till- Tin of October next, on the first Tuesday in Naveinbtr follaKtJg, and on each first TwMay in.every succeeding month, y.T. M'i\\cr,tlie(r Agent at I'lymouth, iMl be ready to re- t" the Goldca Crass). Tlie Lottery consists, but of'iO,000 Ticlvtls. � Tilt; Schemf^ contains the following Prizes, viz. of  L ,'2o,ooa lo.Oiin ],ni);> '4,1^1 of L;.';0O 100 .50. 20 The.First-dr.iwn Tirkfi v ill roe! tve Li.obor. Scheme Gfatip. mWO HU'NDRKD and THIRTEEN rAPr. JL TA L PRIZES^ from 30,000f. to. 500f. have fbecn riiarcd, sold, and.registierfd, ,at the old established Btate LoitervOtficeBof HOR.N�B-i" arid Co. No, 29, CombiU, 62, Cfiarmg-cross,' an,d'St. Margaret's Hill, Borough.-^ TlCliETS and SiLtRES fo* tho, present Jitate. Lottery, -*iirh begins Drawing the iilth October, (and is the only lffltt-�ry to be Drawn, this Year;) are now Si'Uing at u.ntNSBY and and. Co. s, in great variety, and on the linvpstTerms. The fiift-drawn Ticket is e^ititled to 10,(^)U^ aruValUhc other Capital Prizes arc afloat, so that the chance, ofobtainingtheni is as likely to happen on the tir.�t Day of Drawing as on any other; as" snch, it is greatly m favour of tnoscwho purchase Tickets ;uid Shares, before the Drawing commences. . Ordersby Post or Carrier executed precisely on the same �fctrasasif presentw � 'JtiE ONLY LOTTERY THAT WILL BE DRAWN ,     ^ THIS YEAR. TEN"tlK)USAND POUNDS First drawiv Ticket. ^      ' Begins Drawing 1:5tli THIS MONTH,, vpntainiDg more Capital Prizes; and less Tickets than a:ny former Lottery. , . .  Only 2l>v000, Tickets. .      pUROttASERS .will have, the Oppottn'nity of �btttinliig allthe  ti(iaiv ar�;l fortities the .>tomach aiW bbweK la fainting, l.Trtiie.^fspLrits, nervojjs and hysterical atrophy, it ishighly bciielicun, iiy bracing tlia nerves, clierishiiig the rtuiinul spirits, and irfviii?; vigour to thesysteiri. . To these qualities must be attributed its haviilji; proved serviceable in rheumatic eases; ai'.!l in attacks of the Gout it has freed the patiunt, wlien every (Wort of the Faculty had been tried in vain, it uasialfo recently been fowiid to possess tlic excellent virtue of preventing sea-sicHness. , The Cordial is sold in itsgrc.itest purVtv by Hie Patentee's Ageiitf, iShaw and Edwards, tiflj Saiut Paul's Church-ynrd, London, in bottles of as. (>d. andxfJtis. ejich ; and one reputable sh�n>.keeper in almost every town in Great Britain and Irelanil. NEW MICIMCINE ACT. 1"^ NKWBKRY and SONS, Ko. 45, St.  Paul's Church-yard, London, I'roprivtors of Dr; James's l*owder an.i other valuable PrepariO0O...,.....,.,k.. J/J.OOO l>ooo............. 5,000 >   500............ 4,000 301)............ %m m..... Vjooo ao...........> e'.!,ooo �     iHocotin Dr. James's Powder Ditto in a,Bottle Ditto Analeptic Pills. Ditto a largi'. Box The Antibilious Pills Dr. Hteers's'Opoacldoc Ditto Convulsion Oil -DiUoNitr* Drops 8. d. ii 9 2t 0 4 8 21 0 2 9 2 6 e 6 2 6 1 9 ihir     ^''^""^....................I" 19 17 0 �i'.l L"."i""r  �?-�'� Mni>K?ela Ditto Camomile Drops Ditto Par'egrtrtc Loz.' ' Angtbtiu'd'tf Biota dittq  Essence of ^ugltsCoot,, Mr. Spcnec'sDfntifruc 4.0 Ingtls* Cenh'il'ic-Snulf    '      1 0, Henry Joiiess Rheuin.TlACt.  3 6' Nortonli Drops           flC Rerrv'i Bilious EiUs     4 6 Siiisburv's Drops        & H ffi^MaSa^^       86 � Dr.Sola'iidcrls'fea       2S AV Ison^ffiative'     4 6 G*WO};gh's'�     .1, U King's Odontalgic       9 9 Q lo�u Loattjges    1 ^ N. B. A� many Petsons mfstdko the House of Mcisr�. ^^wb7iry'observethat it is the EartEnd^W St. Paul's; jT�.nuvi ^,   ____fil,,..M.iJ, ,, t , thoitn'WrtrfIs inter h ii  th. Tliat the Resolutions of this Meeting be alsotr.niis-mitted, by the Boroiighrceve of Miiiithesterj 10 Lord .\uck-, laud, and "to every Mem{)er of the 'House of Commo:is, and that they be likewise inserted in the Morning Chroriiele, the .Jtjorning Herald, the^tar, the Sun, the Couuiek, and the Statesman, as well as in the Manchester Papers. WM. STARKIE, Chairmnin. Mr. Starkie having left the Chiir, it was unaniiKOibly resolved,'  That the Thanks of this Meeting be given to the Borough-reeves aiid Constables,"for tiieir readiness iii the appoiiitnient of this iMceting,'and particularly to the Chairman tor liis very Satisfactory conduct bu trie present occasion. - X     JAMES IIIRBERT. MR, GREENOUGJl'S CELEBRATED Tf.N CI U K ES. iSf V, for Cleansing and Preserving the TE E'J'II, andeffVfttually curing the Scurvy inthe dimis, preventing the Tccth-from'furtlflr Decay, and rendering the Breath perfectly sweet: the/other for the TOOTH-ACH, which gives immediate ease, without iiiiuring the Teeth or (iiiins. Also Mr. GrcMiough's Antiacid Lozenges, which are a sure anti speedy remedy for the Heartburn, Indigestion, Pain or Wind in the Sto"mnch, those disorders that arise from too free living, and prevents the ill eft'ects of bad wine, stale beer, &c.  Nothing can be^a better proof of the efficacy of the above Medicinesthon the high repute they have b�en held in upwards; of 40 years, Every Purebtisel- is requested to obser\e, that R. ILiywar.l, No. 10,'Ludgatc-hiU, is .printed on lite Stamp; all otiiei-s aiv Counterfeits. They ar (Successor Jhill, London. Soldalsfo by F. .Newbery, No. 15, St. Faui'i JCiiur�h-yard; Baylev Jind Blew, Cocks'pdr-streBis J. Ward, No. Holborri; W. Clark, No. UtiK, Bofougli,aiid Bacon^ and Co. No. l-W, Oxfor> D-'' Hwnll.JW-irlreet; .V.vielli >�. 1, Fiiicb-ianc} the principal li'.>otmaker.-, Perfu.iiers and Oilineu ta the Mctil'poii-, :it!d in ever, town tiiroiisrlioiit the Lnitcd Kingdom i:i stone bottlci, price i i. oii. eae.li. TO COUNTRY GENTLEMEN AND OTIiERS. .Loss of iMeniory, Dimness of Sig'ht, Pains of the Hack and Loins, Trenihlinirs.' ilL'.NTi.R'S RESTOR.Vl'IVE _ _______ Country Genlleinen and otl'iers are informed th;:! they inay be supplied with this vaUeihleMeJiciiie by s-'iidin^ theiV Feelilcness, Horrorsof the Mind, Par.ul_\ tic CompKiiiit?,  nil in rchioving all amittgfroin a Sedentaryilablinf Life and dlsoi .MediriiK'. and iiianv ge .llemen buTe.teen caiiilid e'.Kiii;-;h to declare, th.-tt it has sui eeedcd in eases , ;icn eitery u;hei>Jc-diciiie proved ineU'cctual.  (Seiitlamen of the tirst distiiTctioa in tnis kingdom, as well as Others, whose constitutioi;? were brolii-n and d.-bilitatwd, have experienced the good eil'eqts of tiiis llesiora-tive .^led^eine. lor NervoH rdi'i> proceeding from e.v-cessive drinking, dissip-.ited pleasTires, the immoderaie.usc of tea, or from whatever occasions great dcbiLtv u.id relaxation of the solids, a better and safer medicine ciui.ot hn taken-Numbei-swho had undergone too powerful courses of mer-curv, (that bane ofjiealth), which reiliiced theai to a state of miserable cxisteik;e, reetvved ih:; utmost ben, tit tro;u tlvis Re-stonitive, for after los. ily n'gaincd (heir forwicr liealtb. S'or pyii s in th-,; b.-jck aud loins, electa and seminal weakiii.'^s;^.. perhaps t'iriv ia not ativ Medicine in public or private prictice wnich lias beju so ;sucee. "nl. , (u-mLi'men from the F.ast .ind West Indie.', whose habits were relaxed bv the h?at of those climates, huver,>ceived great beiierit from tliis.medicine, as well as Oilicers bel,Ji!git " luv ,*?ervoa< did not ac. [, I should fe'el myself in a niannsr u.ijirutcfiil, if 1 knowledge the great benelit i received wln'iiAari- OuUanK'^ Nolo. This Restorative is prepared in piHs, which produce more graihial- and la�tiji,5 eft'ects than all the i!itin�.U formsv tlie liner parts of tue Balsam are also better nr . SiTved. * FZl>o&rfwmWe^^^^^^^^ ..^^^^^^^^^'f^^^r^^^t^^ i^VJm!"jht^^^ iV.'James's Pow.   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^j^*' hicli i.*iK�edIoipd ^ilri thei^Uiinttty of six anttUt as made bp for the Army aiwl -i Pamphlet on the virtues �if the KestoratiTe. with a Liit ttf CiM�S nuDcxetf) itay be tusd oi'the Vcndan. price bd.   

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