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   Courier (Newspaper) - October 2, 1806, London, Middlesex                                THEATRE ROYAUDTlUayrLANK. ^   ^ rriniS Prcsen t ICVEr^XNG will be acted the Frank Hartwell.Mr. LJliston; The -Widow Cbeerly, Miss ^"\"rtrr'tlie Plav .a DiVrrJiSpmpnt, romnoscd bvMr. D"Eg- '        With FOflTUN-K's FROI.ICK. On Sntunlay, The Jciilous Wife; i^it!) Tho Forty Tlii'-vr?. � rnF.ATRK ROYAL, c6vent.(?ARUKN. rS-^O-^JOlUlOW EVEJflNGwill w inVrformcd JL t'.ir I'lavof, � KINGIIENRT THE EIGIITTT. :>nrv,. Kins of Eiisland, Mr. Popp ;^ Cjrdiral �\VoIsry, ^'Witli TUB CITI/EN. O"! ^fw'lav, Machpth; with R.():>(iv Hood/ B'i, 2, G perfectly Mcl.l.-r^Do: IJ, .1. and 4. nlio nrftincroiised by t'le .arrival in this world of IJ. 7. a fein ilp.-^'5- 5. grown f;.t, stout, and licartv.- AY-- J 'H'd '2, 95M?h:iI, (n�.lpr1i;{:, prrtty ivoJi: rpst all wpil.>-r-K. I. sHIl at ,,%'erdii-' -E. 'j...jh;-t vrrv. delipitu in Y OENUI.NE r.oRKS. � � , MESSILS. BOYJ)ELL and Co. think it'their diitv, from tiie imnicroiis mis (irij^inal.'s. � ! li" 'oriKii'ial Works of Jlocarih, romplplp i,i IJO \:ir^c Pl'.tpf, in riiic volume atbw fulio, boards, in.iv -bP had of ?VlPs5r.-. I'.oydi'll and Co. No. 90, Cb^airsirip, pripe'iO Glii-; rpa5, and'ajsoj separate .'.'rints at the prices, iji.trked in the A;.ttirf()gue�f3tiis Aforks.   . ?HAI�lftL,-or SMAIX-CHURCH GRO |>EO0i;i,UP and,WILKlNSpN beg leave to jLP iiforin.tiios? Gpntlemen, who were lately disip-, printpd in sPeltfg the" fmaU Ciinrch Org�n\ o-w'iiiji^ to their �/ravins; bper>.oJilif;Rd (o-innd it offihimndiiitel?, that tHe otiicr novv tinishcd^ and will ren>ainat thjpir'VVarelwusp a fortnight lonjfpr. From'ths smallnpsr (rf the size of $hem, th�y are wHl adapfed for i�rivat� houses. ]3j Haymarki t, Oct. iy ISai.   . �; NEW AoMniAi/ry KOA'ib). �    -""^ ^VF.STjMI.\'STER ELECTION. TIIE IMPl'-UIAL WEEKLY GAJ^ETTE of . Siifiirday ueirt., Orty will'coiKaiii a 'Sic-tcb of the puhlip Lif.; andt'ouiluf.t of the Riirlit Hon, T-iomas Hrw-vUi.-,thcrlew First Lord of the Ariniiralty,nndpr th�; head, " lUastrgtiors of the A�; y the i'ro-cpi'itiiv.'sof PrHfs}a,\Swedcn, /vv.-Thong'it.? on theappraach-ine/\Vf.stir,ii:Ster Eltctioa} witn the .Forei*!! and Domestic : ?/pivsofthK>\'cpk,/-ir.&p.- .> . PablisliPilj.at Twifo'tMock in-the Aftprn'-r>i), for the Pro-priotiirsj n) Nl�.4ri, porm-r of^i>et-laii rt are.-ip-provpd by yi>u: upon th.)ift; Trest all my pretpnS'ons to ynuo p.onnt n.iiicV; and, as you have 3 � far done mp juiitipp, by tur pii'dit yi)� have given to iny professions, I iiipst Piimrsily ' ciiir.-nt vou to do justipp to ymiriplvps, bv inaiSt.ilniii,'tyon'r gpnprmis declarations with evpry exertion that<:an give thcin effect. -      .. V. ' �  - 1 have the hohtwr tobe, GPntlerapn, i'oiir oblia;ed and faithful Sprvant, Northumbprland flnn^e, S^pt.-2^, JKpS. tM'.RCY. A "J' a very immt^lPflins'find ru^pcctabltj Mct;tiii lINSTIUt, held at Wli,-Ll5<"s ROOMS, Jtiug-^strecU St. James's, on TvEsaAr, S:'iJtt'uibprO:f. .  �        '     GEORGE RYNCI, Esq. in the Chnir, The following Rosolutinni having: been rjoyi-dijy Sa-nrj'.iel W-ltiiVrtiadT-Jiwir and siJGondjd by, John Elliott,, Esq^ vyore iManimotiJlycarrindvTiZi .. � 'Thai titlsiSleptinK isdeppW imprrsff*!! Trifh th catli of their*latc I/jIovpJ' Rpprps�rjitati�p, that nfv'^r;-d-J'.itri(;t,nnd iUusirions Statesman, the- itight U6.1. Gh;trjp3 James (''ox. v '    � That in the present alilicting. Vaean ps!. pledge 'rf In.:- Lor.l-sljip's attaehmcat 'id tlie Ccu?titulion;tl Liljcrv:e3 Oi hi'-Coniitr.. �   ' : 1 hit thi'several Per.^ons compojine this ftreeiin^ v/i;!, if npcpii.irv, assoriate thprnsi-lv-rt with the diilVrriit Coaimiti kVi lipid in tneir re.sp'.'ctive, Parislr-s, fur the piirpos - of talvii.fr Fnpi) nuasnrpsus may be foiuiJ'rxppdip.pt to j;>p cUcct to tlu'j'. U'l'sulutif'Uj; and for aecaria;; tlic El.'Ction of i''.arl �Pcr'-y. " Th'*thPfp Rirsolutions I;e sigiT-d by the Chairman on L'p-balf, Hfid ill the.nameof.itiiis ivlcetiiig, aiid bo published .in the Oaily Papcri.      '   ' �       (Sifriiedy       . G. E.YNG, eimirnKm. That the Thanl;3 of'this Meeting be given to the Ciiairman for hts alilppondiict i.iihp Cha'r. " � �  � .   �   � SiiCOND ilAND "SM \LL PiAiSO FORTEri, � i" ith addition.1 Ki-vf, W'anted. . � BRODERIP and WlLKlN;jON, beg  r them, they wouiii l>eglritto taka tht; present opportunity of exc!�i'){:tngwith th"m. i'j, Hrivinarkpt,  V(;ii0UM). "I/IT-ANTKD a C'AWCO-GROUND, or  tmK. lyemises calculated for a Printing Factory. The distance wfthin ten miles of Lon ion, not li^s t,'>.ii! twelve Acres of Land, with a Strea'in of Water.' Letters adiiress-d to li.L. iitihe (vuildha)! (loftVe-housp, wiUbp aticndpd to;_ -^�^^An AVEliURV HCiUSE. � �      � rpO be LET, Furnislied, AVI^IBURY nOUi-r;-]. -IL AVEBL'R Y issitaatedin .-in airy and heali'iy part  i iviarl-Iiorotigh, cti;'ot .from i>cvizps, five frin^ Calne, twdvP from Chitipenham, aiid nine Imn Swindon, to all wiwch places titereare excellent roads, Any'pprson wiinn;*ta View tite promises may see.them by appljcation to Mr. iiicklpy, at Aveburyjfrom whorarpr fnmi Mrs. Meyler, at tlic Ciistle Inn, Marlborough, or Mr. Halcomb, at the MJear Inn, Devizes, further paWieulars niay he ohtaini-d. _     '        .GLA.SGOW WATER WORKS. \ TO CONTRACTORS. WANTED for the'Glasgow Water Works Company,' CAST IRON PIPE.S,' of nine and fourteen inch borefj deliverable at the Companv'.? Yard; on the banks of the. Clyde-, a little tothc eastward of CdsTs^w. Also GOOD SOUNUjLAItCH Ti.MBliS, pot less than nine feet in itnigtb, arid wigiit, nine, eleven, and twi-lve inphes diameierjat the smailc-st ends. Trie pricps to l�e stat ' is pablijupil, prire lU-. oii. � A K ANALYTICAL LVI)i:X to the first Xltferipsofthe REPERTORY OF ARTS AND MA-JS'UF^ACTURES; beinsapondcnspd Epitome of that Work, includingan Alpliiib-^tical Lijtof all Patents gKinted for Ii)� vpntions from 1795 to 18d' para Speclfi atcst i)i*opfit and relief frnmthem!; arid shall, as L Uuve always done since 1 hav^f c\periencctt their clScacy, feel the. greatest pleasure iiiJ-eTCommending them. "    , I am, your's, ANSON. Jo tlifc Rev. Er. Berd.iv.-^Feb. 17, I'him Alderman llijjbert. ; Sin^Iiaving sa-csspm'.iH y beiielitted bv vour Batclay's Jintibilious Pills, I-should accuse ttb'self were I to suli'er anY,aiscrtions to your advnntiiRe to jiaw uriiolicpd, I Hayii! -been applied tfJJ*yseveral fripiids at,|i�th,toseiulthcm soriie of yBtjr Pillii, ind lim convinced Ytiu -ivonld (ind  y health is tuny very good, ai,d am alwiiyS read> to vkaowledgethcmerits of your .Medicilie. -I uirtj .8ir, your obedient hmnble servant, S. IlIUBEKT. nrttok-slTeet, D^.9,1803.- Sold wholcgaleajidvelHil at Mr. BNtlftrV, No.4, Chttap-side,eorner of Patiirhbster-ruw j alid relailby mwt Corinlry Medicine V'tidors, Uuboxcs, at ."is. tid. eacli. ' Obsprve,ni)nc can,ho genuine that lias not. the Mine of \V.:Bar(:lay engraved .on-a black tititmp, ivhichls alHiccyl wruund (he'oulstdu w^ppcr of eucl) i�oj[. NAVY'-OFj''lC'E, Sept. J(;, �|bU!i. T\\Va Prindjxil 0[/leers tnul CQmrnhaioncrii of /lis Miije.st'j's j\tii;i liu hcretiij .flue t^ulir.i; Ihill r.n Wednesday,/,:t H, liitii u J'i)rm jojthe Tcndu^ mill) be fivKnuilli'K Oliii,. ..        �      | No Ttmhi- id-Uic nt'Ur 'J'wc'r.c ii'Clnr^: on t.'.r./l'i'i 1 of'J'lC/iti/^ nor ally nuiii.f(!. uu'i'cjv//.f. p.-ic/.V, nr nn it^iiit J'jr liiin altentii. ' .- N AV V-Uf i it^i;, sept.'J!'. flT^llFj JUffhi. Shmiir-lihlc tha Jj(.f.h (Jnmvuyyiim-.M-   ers'0/Jjit Miijealii'i 'J'i\tiiui\:i ftcnU:    appniiitvd :^iii;\:y far tha pnii!ne:U of iialf I'an lu Stii OiJiCt-ii, J mm lHe irt t-f' January to tl�e "OiA of Jnnc, iSu.',, fr.ivrtlut'^ tn fii-i Miijr.y. Hi;L.y!S' TRA V . LS frnin BUE .OSAVRES toPKRlT. Tlii�day is.publii-ii'jd, illnsirateii by a Map, in oae elegant volnine, .iinall oct.ivo, nrire f.i. in lioari!.--, ' rflRAVELS from UUI^NOS AYllKS across th3 A: C'.i,tin-nt of SOUTH AMERICA, bv POTf)SI to I.IMA, performed in the Years ITSOand I79I, being the Utr.H rarrh throu^rli tiiosc' Countries : with rnpious Note URCrT.\SERS will haivo the Opportunity of  l)(ainiiig, all the Capital Prizes, provid.;d they pur-* chase bclinre the Drawing. SCJjrME. No.ofPrizci.        " Valueo?each.' Total Value- .       ..........:.L.2n,ooo.........,..L.w,oot) 3.............;..   10,0(fe....:.......   30,(v10 3................     5,00:)..,::'.......   15jt);)0 g.......1,000...........,    0,01)0. .:   500...........;    4,000 3.-------�^^0<);;...2,000 -9,000 :. 4,100..,.,.............      .�0.......-..^... .82,000 ^0,000 ;t.'iOO,OA) .      Present Phice: .Ticket........,.,..,',......L.19 1.7 0 �alf..r.....'10 3 -OlEiglith............'211  fi Quarter...--------... ^ 2 ol Six.t,eenth......... 1  fi 0 -Ticfcetjandsiiiaresare �*JuieQ"cc in the luxuries tifliffe; and thi^sc Salutary encttsare i�rddti(ee;d'by geiilly opcniDg thfc nifilit* aiM-thc btidiV bjwinjrv Wltlioul requiring arty prtrticulnf regj;; m .i^ia,by.an^cininent J'hysiciau, who has  ^ie,4?lw�Mtd�icin��i!tJn)bined fttrntanv years with the Imp-?,f"*^?f"� '''�"*'�*J�laii�ff.itftli6Llv�r, asi w*ill as other ),f ^/i.'""^^?*' *^^5'/'fc�r  >edne3d,yth - Thiir.-fdaTii^h - �Aifteryv.bichtho'LI.U \vi;i bii jep.allcd^ iirst and third %y!cun(:*sday in evejry Aht.'itb, th'St all per^'ms nmy tiie;i and ther-'j attiinil ti.} reciiive whnx nviiy 'i>Po: t .''avijig ;-iii)iyed tiie bi'!  ie, �ti|Ht tha said Attornies (!(? pi'i)d'iicp the like Certiiicites ai.d A|ii;l^vil3 from the perjoiw tiicy are-Paiploypd i�y. Where Olticers tire ai)road (5ii It-avp, tlp.ir A"(iO�t,-i areto. produee attcs!t'.:d copipj of sucli L'ave before iitc iluVi /'ay can be jr.iid. �Ai.d as by Act of I'arliument passed i:i the SStli year of bis p:Psp!it Majpi;ty'b r;'igiv, entil!-d an Act for establishir.g " a, more easy and"cj:i)editii)us nii-Uiod for thi- p,iyiitp�t of Oiiicers J�pl'oii'?in.,^ l iOth acijosp of tiip said Act,"" fha; if any ^ oianii.-;- sinned or Warrant Ijlavat (>ilic'-r v. Iiu siiall be patitlpd to " receive Half Pay, and shall lie li.wir lu.'- to r; cPive and ii'; ""p;iid the same ai or near 10 t'.ip pl.ip.Vof !ii.-> i'isidi'iipe, iip "may apply to the. Trras;ir(T of iii.s iMajp.-'tv's Nayy in " Lniidwo to have'fucb lialf-jiay paidat ornsiir th 'pl.ici? pf " his residence^ in- tiie inaniiefpiiiaied oat in tlie said .-Vet. ' N'dtipe i;i hereby furtiier given, (hat tiie iialf i-'ay ending' tiio ;^Oth June, iSoi, will conim-.'ticp payiii.i;; on the r.th (/ytobpr ne-xt; aiid till Persons wh.') arede�ir:)as of havini- their iiaif .Pay rem It ted to tiiein,' ni;iy apiily as absivo dirL'cted, Just pabliiJiPd, Price-iS. Pioards. rpiIK' FRlENiVOi'V WOMEN : A Tratisla.: JL tion froia the Firnch of Houi-ilipi- dp A' ;tl'Jn:p;!> ;    ' . : By Ai.KXANiDliR AKjRiflCF.        - ' TW.s Vi'orkiide;li,aed to eVaUtiie f-'eniai.' l'li:;racL'r, nnd to r-^^i.'ie th.Lt lovely Part of the Crp:i.!i  the itankt.-ley are ! biir'i to,     I to which tlieir many VirtuVs so jvisVl, pi'.-titU' them; i;> iiring back AIpij 10 a Si-msi'{ifthoyr-d:Mii;';tic roi:;.-fori-i, which tneir Vtaiii|,-riii;is.fr'Vin tli-.' )'ati!sof y irtneh^v'e made tliein Strangers ti>; to' i�al.;e tlip ;iUi ; V'ici-3 of the Worl.i, tiii Ui-^ir ripcnoil .�t-on.P st-c-uros th>;iu' from its Btar.di�!iiHenff.. . It treat-; the Ll;i>,U of Womi-n in Soci.'ty--Studtp� siiil-able to WoiRC-n-!anp!oytm':i(' of \Vimieii~i'WB^U!'rs a-ii JJur^iiry df 'tVi�)T lr��'rlagi?-- vUbiCiition of Chil.iivc- DoiaeEtie(M>vermaem-r-V'irtnos of Women. ' Priiiied for il. 1>. SynioiHi.-jI'atCi'nosler fJp>v. .,     TiiisDay ispi.iiui;'hed,prifp One Sliilling, THE FA LF. of EMlNf:?jT AlKN iii CRI-TlCAE PERU)T)S, n NATlOCJ A LCALAMITV On the first pf.this mouth yyas {laolisheri,, wit.a H.icomnioijiy rich iv-id valuable E'dbcllishxieflts, viz. T: " �   "'"   "   " � 1)0x4 Pills, P m'-L.Tu'" "vt"*'.'i'^y? iiiuwm-u., Observe thrtt the words i ..Mewbory, No,lft,|mjauj:*,'Unj ei5i�i*i;cd iu the St^mp. The DUchcfS of Roxttcsroj^fhs Full Or>.-;:'iarid ILnlf Drj:�3, as v/orn by her Gra'jc an hcrlatp ntiptiali. . Also a fall Parisian Court Die� and Walki'ig Drc?'?.' An Original .Son^jSet tP^Iuiic, e.xpriSiil/ for this Work, bv Mr. Davy. And two hcwand fahlonribie Patttras fjr Needle Work. Such arethc/ieh and fasvinatini,' I'mb'.'lHsh.'nr-nts which will .....i pul)li5hed on Wed- 'ricci's. ed. with the ijlourcd, of A BELLE ASS EM BLE   : or BELL's COURT and-FASIIIdNABLE MAGA/INi;. Each ,�f thp pr?ci?diD? >fumbprs contains-the s.-ime variety of Prints and Eiiibpllishmenls, executed in a similar stjle aad of eijuat-, celebrityi vi7..  ' .Nft. i..PiJrtraitof the Queen, with an original and murh adiJiired Sotig by Co/ri, eight Fashionable Figiir*"s, and four New Patt'vri'is for Needle Work. No; 11; The Portraitofth? Princess of Wales, with nnopi- f'mnl and much admired Son;; by Br ihani, three Fasi.ioaable 'igures and four Caps, antt two New Patterns for Nee-Jle VVkrk. Jifo. III. The Portrait of the Prinppss Sophia of Gloiiccs. ter,yvith an original .^nd admired Song by Hook, .ruoiir Fa Shional>lP Figures andfour Caps, aad four New PatfJhis for Needle Work. ' No. I.V.Th?; Portrait of the Queen of Wurtemberg, with an original and admired Song by Kelly, four Fashipuabic Figures, andtwo New Patterns for Needle Work. . No. y, The Pprtraitbf the I'riiu.pi'S Augusta, with an original and .admired Song by Mr.M. P. Kiiig, lour Fashion.ible i'igures, and ttirpp Paittr.is for Needle Work. No. VI. The Portrait of the PrincP.�s Elizabeth, with an origliialahd admired Song liy Reeves, fonr Fashionable F-'i-gures, and font New Patteihs for Needle-work, two for i-*;-dies Shirts. > No; V11. The Portrait of the Princes Mary, with na ori-.eiiial and admired Song by  Dr. Busby, two Fasliionable Fri?ueh Figures and fwii English, and a new varied Pjiitern for Needle-work. .- No; yiU.' The Portrait of the Duehpss of "i^ork, with an original and admired Song by Mr. Davy, two Fasliionable . Piitits of theDnchess of Uoxburough and two beatitiful rreneh Figpres, aiid two New Patti,-riis for Nepdlc-wOrk. The descfiption (if this work has liithertp bpen eontiu:jd to the.sablccts of l-aiihellhiliments, which have already been hon'ourpd witii the most iiniveisal adiiiii'.itioa.huttlie literary eonteiits of eiieli number have >till a higli,-r claim Id tii'e p.irtipular patronage of the Public, and to family and domestic ndoption; l.lTEI^^Ry PKi'.vnTMKNf.-It is presumed that this portion of the Work, iu resppctto the origiaality and quality of the alfiitie's wJiich eoinpii>e it, niay inaintabritstlaim lo'the first tank of i\lisc!'ll.ini'ous and IVriodie^i^l Litertttuiv.., Tt� unbend the ,�i'veHtv of Science nnd Philosophy, to iatrndncc t|(e Female Rcjrifor to an aecinaiutancc wuh" Arts iind Selencts, which live tne objecu of,accomplished and aerious .itudv, to form th�\i{nd nml character of Uic Se'x, and; uniting ihe iisefulnnd ittstructlve, to becume the vehicle of thiue liieganclrs of Dress, Maimers, ivul LitcMture; the Gr.sce of tTie Body�j>nd. wljiat niay as liropexly he called, the Grace of the ivnndv such.-Ave fepeat, is the eharacter of the Literary Department, orithis admired Work j siieh as we trust w.ni iiQt oiily i^ive it 1^ preference amongst tKc fleeting Literature of the day, but-ostiibUih It ns a cornfirttdnci in t)iaLiirr�ry 9ftUcA'cconiplhhei X-'cmide. thi-ini.->h i^js-.e.-:-ior.-> in South America, dravva from the i.t^iaiid best Authorities', >.iy .vNTHO-iY ZACHARtTJS IIFLM.S, Fnnri .iU!ar Cracoiv,in Po!and,a}i^ bite DiiTctr.i- (,f the Miiitrsand of the ProdsSof Ainalg** ni.siion in Pi nj. Printed for itichard I'hillijis, ?'o.S, BriJgp-sfrcet, Bbick-fr;ar-, an ! tu ill! had of all lJook3 'i.;(tt;^ if one elJ'.wnt vol. fiuarto, Pinbellislled with twenty r.olonrcd En�v;#vi!;2r, price    if. ia boardn. � ,      ' ;vrr. i>uTi,>,s;'Aii.A:(;Ut^. y\- � This Day are pa'ili.iiipd, r!pfran!|y printpd .in Five Vblumc'.v-saia'.i .v.o. pric ;'i a. in boards, "jft^THATOIIlHS of (t 'J'RAVBLIJvR, now in, I'n'A. Ur,-. WiKMEKT;-writtenbybimseif; and contain-ii,i a.-iPi (;f rriK-^tDftl)? Courts f>i' Europ'.-, and ot'phtio-! j-:;l;.>d ;'talivMi5ei!.ind public Ciiar.iCtria who have flourished (Vii-rsr t.r.elaxt iii.'lfrenlarv, � Printed for !^!�-naWi PiiJllia^i Vp..^. nridge-ftrPct, Black- . rriar.-,; aijifto bphjii.Tfal! Ji '-. .   � 'j'.'iij j>.'.yii pUijt'.oi'd, in tj'iarto, vvila colour, d i^iigrav-.-r in,*;?, urire      i.i bo.ipi!?, A TREATbi'v Oil   VACIJIN!-;  I.VOCULA^ Jr'a. 'I'VK : to wl^pi.i.:!" i ii.'jtniii'in r.'d, in oim; tlii(.:k and cIh.pIv pruned y.duiiic, tiie sivrc of l)p';)'.'.'tta and Up.irsU-> s i't'pr.irgc, r.lOC^R.'U'IIir.AL IXOi^X t.T tflo FRK- a sV. Si- N T jJ (11 � S i', of i :0?.I Mo N S, rnr.taiiiiii.s; brief biit Corn'rct iSotici-^ oi" I'.ip I.r.ei. tSe. F.i;ni!y, and l'.�!'t:. .l-'i)'!-r nprtio;'.Bj tin-itorir.l C!r,r:iCtpr a;;.,! CondUrt, ii.d ot'ier nsp'.'u! a id sitt-fart-ay i'.irtical.ir:- i-lative to lil toe .Meai-bers of tne.C'oninuvi.-" liitn-e of i' .rlirnnpi:! ; 'r iwn -i? aad priiiled as a i'lKiipaaion to the Coart Ki.ileiid.irs .1. il the I'or.'ai PppiMtros. ,. In an Appcnitiv is g'.yea al! trip Divisions iyi;:r 1 have taken plate oi! great i'ni;iie(,.>uf"sti�Jits iluriagsevrr.il ^'p;.r3 pa-.f.   � . ' �/ ^     ' J'rintedfpr Ricliard P;iV.l^p5,,No.G, Bridijc-strcet, Hbrlt-fri-ir-i, audio be lurt'of at! i;i!iii;spl,lrrs.- "^""T/tt. 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