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   Courier (Newspaper) - July 15, 1809, London, Middlesex                                SPANISH SUUSCniPTIOS. i 'a �|oUNTc.fsun.sciiii'no.\-i, 38,747 2 h A ,,_�b,rfcs:itKl l)iteiPirc�urni-il     - Itw   1   ti iters, Spihf Fcnnin^, iM-rrhaBUbJii, vi^.-J&<55 Halrof Siockiiigs, rijAK) WIfCK Sbiris. lllM flHnm-I ah/W, SQM foraging 15�(; WhJrrii^ rafts rSTo Pairs of slM'rt and long GaUe 30;il3 N<"ck ll�ii(lkertbiers, 1(1,001) Koapsnrkj, 5l),100 Unnlprii?, 5,lV ) I'nunilof l.'mt, 3j� Cdits aiirurslcal lirtrnni'i!!-, rhsirg-'B. in �'i�)li'>'>"l��> j'iickius thiiige? Loudon. .Turtnnoeaiwve ,   '     36,ii0j S 6' ^(KcriBinic liiTovMJ�nd Cnmh-y rn-.t:M,M.e�SengtT/.?y �e, Ibrinterertiog teller Witifth \6ii had ih<- |^i(utn  drrto loiny predpc��iii�i under dale ot tU us mpectaMe meeting. ntiitied withap|ilandins only, the Dokle tuid Ut^aVdeteruii-mlitfd of Spain III Its  t against the blarliest trrjitbrry, airimoit violent asurpation, itiut Any age bas witnessed, but iMreoiioH lake an active part iu tUe iiobte resaViVmn of Spaio, byaidinKiu tiiiiet efliicacioui'ly with all Hie meiins ;i( jrvardisposal ID ili?jtt5t defen'et: of i>ur ia.l'p-ndenc*. No-lliimcw do more hnnoor.to (heo* nible fviiitiir'-dti of g-ne-Miljandpilrintisin t nar can it stranger claim be ra.ide to tte^lhideiif the Spanish uaiioii. , ** In ih imme, and in that of tlio S'npreme Central Juata, I \nt tke baoiiur tb as^tire yiiQi' I';Sicelteiiiifs, tlut iiHlh re-iire wit^ dee^^U thankfiilneiis yi'ur gnienms gifts, and Maiiei their siifcere and ererlosit    eratiiu Ic "These patriotic and liberal exvriioiH will provedt effira-.^tmaitbey are estimable in tiievic.iv of tlie Sp-uiUh nation �dilsGovemiDciit Two brave anil allie-t iiatt�iis sworn on lit of honinir and loyalty, lo i-csit^t tyraany and op' Mown-, hold oit a laudable example Ity their oppositiyn Itlketytauniciqvader of Europe; wUliuut doubt thiir uuil-�< Ottis will finally triumpb brer all obstacles." ^^^^lnl5?LaS?RMSr3TnST!i?mm'errial BuUdian, . ^ Manchetfer, 6th July, 1809. A Tar(!s(kectablePublicMuctingofdieMcrchaais, JtJL Mandfuctar-n.and other InliabitaMs of the Tuwn and Ari^bboarli'iod of Udn'cbcstrr, i;i(crciiif-d in ttie Eipnrt.i-linoofCodun UoiidVio IMand, aud held by the appuiui-uent of the li'it-auj;breeve aiid i;oii ur. j uud �ni longer. M. ihat talictwtand Muslin, are .by thcKirae Asl�harK* roopoB importatioD nritli iht duties iircvimirty iidpi�rd tfttWM. ttthjrrt to be rrdnced utbrirein niirtioii, and J to ttase III the year 18ir, uid tint ihe rate of duly uow Vajahlcflr cLiiined in respert thereof  n A*i. haw �lrniav �ic-. bDiuacd a genera) c�mit�tiira|Ri-i4 ordm frunt lTriJtna,�nB niiBtln agreaf degree operate to'ih� esttnctHM i�f the trade 'ieiie.       _ V , 5th. Thatfhfef�iulf.wilU>e-Wi!MyinjurQti�, not oBlylotlie Individual rarrcbanb-aud luwuladbrrr*, PWc�Krf ^" pottstioavf cotton giiddjlolrrlsind; but wmmerclol ini^reits of lilaijclierter and the iiriKhbunf hood, as WillMlothepBbUc revenue; and thiii the r�o-t prompt and fftetnal oieasMrcs are tbcKfure iiecdrMl for the renuval �f these etilj. ^ , ^,&h. That a rarioorta!, omtofatelt;* rei����^�*�?n �"u ftictsminJ,and their neaemary ctmmf�?tift�.b>t forth with Iltepwediindpresrcted to, the Lords Cominiliioners ot bis XrcSjary, edniertly�rtiritii*j tI.rU�ilrn�i�i� to the rrf, tuM that a.tr^iiat^ ttlief nia* he �iM��lily jrantrd. '   'A. ThaiH'Cotnmltteebenppoiiitedto prepare the me-wW.awl lo adopt snctT! other mea. niv�:*�^ - "dronghreeJc and Cw^faMe* of Manchesler, John �, Esq. John Legti PhilliiB� d Jlr. R. Appleby.^ 9*. That t^e Lmumiuiet twMcllrwm he an open one) he JjVirslediii nirct at ilie-PuIUc-QIIiclr, on Thursday ue*l, at �� 'dock, ia the foremioiu Oh. niiit.tlierf.Ilcwhilio�is be fublishrd in the Man-J^Her and three of the LiHidun ^t�^lap�'l�, niul_ **�pitted t& the Memlien. of the I ..anir* ; to �nd.-Roh-^ II. Hmd-haw, Jwqi awl to gmlfrneii at the Committee �ia. e office of Tmwhrer. _^ �- UlCIIAR!) KCsni-llRTM. f'liairmtD. the ThIinks of �bis Meeting hevresenird I., llie I hair* ^whUcondnn in ,that/itnaiiou. laid aUti i . jj^reevr u'lid Cnii'tahl's fur tlt'eir atlt^ntioii i- ihe mhjcrl appointnK'iit of this Me.'tii.g.     N A"J IlU. HOVLl>. " fc&I''** meeting, the i'omhiitiee lia*r rrt'eifrd � "^'ctnWeinruniiaijou fniw Ireland, that ilir i:i�mm"-��jun. copies Sir Robert (urb other rtof the tuwioins jhcre, Imvp," by n late deci-ioii. iield Cot. KriutiTni' '"" n       faMet but of ewr, otherdr- '0 fi� I- vr''"'"*''y inrludine v�-lvrt>. vt:iv>^.-fiij and oinlffj ^ UaWe lu the duty of lhfr�cei�-p-HCC-balf-pet!.y prr VAIJXUAM..-tJntler'lhe Palro-ifJate itf his Roval MfghiMv* the I'riiir^nf VTales.^n M^NOA Y ICveniiig, .lulv Tl, u ill he a CRA \ D fi A LA ami E\hibiti�a of KilliiWORKS.-Admiss on J*. t>a. 'iflO be Disposcn �or hy PhivAtt Contract, JL aCH \ IMX.at the Wert lindof ihe T�>wn.-I>f Par-ticiiLirs arfily lu Sir. Tyiidakf' 8�licii�r.. tincolns-lua- fielils. 18C9. T!r7 PRICE Slip�NCE.HALFPEJ�Nr, SI'K.WU UllIUUK.-.All Per una liuliliug Re. cripijfur Shares in Ihistinilertaklog, iire. rrquAted to' tend an accou'nl of ihr particulars of the^-nne inunedlatrly to Mr.S. Tuylur,Solicit t-,i^,CravnK>Jlreet,Strand, in order that the iicresMiry l.i�t of the present Proprietors mily br prepar-etl previous to the firnrr.-U Meeting IER:�OVV,   (JUckhtjaih.--MiJs <'AUK.respectfully infonn* h�^r_Fijo�b,,^th�t^ M f'ernSt^'ttiinyrOuiiKaii per Annum. Wanted. \ Half tfTmrder U RUSSKLL and tiruiisH'ick S(|ti r ihe same w-JII lie U't lor onr, two, or Ihri-c years, nr lonsrr trrm.-.-l''or parli-rulars cuqaire of Mr. Ilogcn., Uphoiaer, Great fulleiiry-tt'reet, Gwldt-n-square. AGrAtlvmaii iircU In the IVnlfssion of theLaw, and whi>iias acquired a cumpi-tent Kiioivlrri!;i* >>r Agri. eulluTC, fsdefirous of i;in|�loymi-iii iis 1;0M|;H!IC SI K-\VARI)_ to any NoMeit^an or (ientlemmi of forluDC.-The i)iiist litliifa'Ctiilrv Rrei>miueiiduii>iii� will lip given.- ^d.lresis a liue toJklr.Pliilip llurll, >o. 7, Kind's Beiitb Walks. Tern-pte, tendon. ,,, BltfUMTON.-^'i.rfolk Anns inn and Hotel, Bedford-squarr.-.THOMAS UUC.KNKI.L re-pen-fuIiy acquaints the N'oUiDty, Grnlry, hi^ Pri^iids, .-md ihe Public ill general, lliAi lieb'ns nprnr.' ihr ul�>ve Inn, and tie-lected a Slock of the choicest ^\ inc., spirituous Lii|unrs, &c. &c. Miul trusts frmu (heiirruiigrmrntii he (ins madr, and superior ar  teiided to. _ WAN is a Si'ualioii.-As UUOK and HUUSi:Ki:i;PKR, a middle aged peMon, who tindeht;iiid� her business in nil its various de|iMmrnts, and whoik rieonoiny in houjrkeeping hay been truly salbfartory t underitfcnda all kind of madedislies and sauces, having lived in a fH'nily of distinriiuri. where she c.in bavr referrcce to for Character; has mi nbjertiim to a town or cnuniry silna* tion.-Letters, (post paid;addressed In A. li. at Mr. Wright's, No. '28,. Great Queen-strcei, Liaculu't Ino Fields, will be duly aihthded to.    _ AN ANNUlrV of 150/. per AnDutn lo be SOLI) fur a Life or Lives lo be named by Ihe Purrha* ser, amply secured on long I.easehu ds In MIddlescs, unra-cnmbered.-Apply orad>ln'*s (post paid) slating Ihe Ag^er Ages of Ihe parties, to Mr. Mogg, So. 14, Lillle Newport* tUcet, gwrnT of fa''tli--;ireet. Leici-Mtr-Miuare. OfALMILil'AltV ACaDI:M/,W....lw.ch. -The Puli'ic are rrspertfo.ly arqu.niiiird, that (Classes are formed for the purpose of preparing Caiidi.tatrs fnrthe above lu>taliliihment, and for the llou.urahle ihe Lw India Oompaily's Seminary on IVoolntcU t^oimuim, ;il iJAi.L i'LACU SCIJOUL, QmIv.v, Kent. i;4:>ley lieiiig in Ihe vicinity of Woolwich, if iiicoiivi>iilcnl to the friends, mifuf tb�i*nucipa!� o/ the Schuul will atlcod ihe Candidates on tlieir examination. The mo!4.rrspecfal>lr reference   |iarrd .-It iJall Place, and w h� are uow in tl^c coriM. Terms 40,Cuioea� per annum.  'Ihe School will open July ditt. CAST JHOiV WOKK.-Wtiuctl by liie Ciiki.. iZA Wat�B Wouks CoKFANv about 160 yard* of SPIUGOT and lAUCfcT CAST IRON PIPK of 3 feet diameter in the bore at per ton. I'^cb Pipe to be six feet five inchesluiq;. siith two ran at each end to ri-crivcfcretrs. The ^ipes not In weigh more than 33 cwl. nor less lhait H CWt. ; if more, not lobe paid for verweight. and if less, not to he rrceivrd. The Company will al�* wmil, at per ion, cast imu Pans, for four Wells, in two pieces to each Well, and east iron GirJrri, .1 ui^t;, Haflrn, Plates fur flouring, &c. f.ira boildiuf to contain four slraMi engines of the (Miwernf tietweeiiMaud 5U horsti each. The whole t > be delivi-red at the Works,ou ihc iianks of the Thainrs, and to lie paid fur by Wilt at two months after di-liverv. 'I'he C.-i'titie lo be of tnr bett qoalily. I'be cast iron Wells and pan of tlic Pipes lo lie delivered on or before the 1st of March next, the remainder i�May. Furtuer inrnnnatiou nm> lie had by ap-plir.ttioii lo Mr. Siniproii, at the Works. Propo.al in be sent t� the OStCie, III Aiiiucdon-etKet, Wctmiiuter, on �r before Thawday tbe IWb August.__ EI^KtiANT FIIHKIIOLD V1LI.A.-To be SOLD, an elegant FRKLiiOLD VILLA, siinated up urfc with-oni ciiangiiig. * The UlGtlPLYF.R Post Co.-icb. every moroioc at leiren, to York, l-:diidittrgh, and Newcu�lir. Ihnwgb Stadifurd. Newark. Duncastrr. and Ferrj bridge, at Which alaees it regularly mreu the varhfu'' braueb ci�rbe� to LrHs, Shef' fleld, Jlalif��, IMdrnCeld, ilarrowgate, Cariifle, and all the other prineip^ Tuwu� iu ihe>ortb. The Gaaid and C�.->rhlikewiseg.kihnwfbio York wlikoolrkaagiB^. The RODKlY Pom ctucb, every moruiai; atf^m Ia Hull, where it arrive* in hours, by s^y �t Ooocaitrr, ]lnwden,aiid Koftb Cave. If. B. f* lis I oarb i!> the quiches ranvejrance t�inuli. avAidinti Ihe dulay and danger at tbe |tMh�r. The above Cinicbrs are miidaFl�4 im'ibe best prtnciple* ftir public emwcuieoec, and travel wHU tkit yl^H takcty and exprJitioa. ^ .t Mho will pot be atMbaiabtefhr aaytaai*. Chrbb, M^, Wairho; Caib, ^nk Ittttt^ Bid*, or Jrwefr. hntirHer small the �alB<, nbrfuraajfwtt^MiUv. of abtfw Una L value, if IM �r dambkrdt alitotft lyrcifled and paM far aa Bueh� whea delivtired at ttrdf olieca.ra lown, or (* tttrlr Ageattrid Ibc country.    willing'to^aWltaatfar ilkiii^ down the. srcimd and third arrhesand piet* iif.lM9, niaii>- AnI building a ntw Bridge oter the      .     ., ------ --------- Ing p.-�rH of the old one, nnd lo tonsist of four st.me arches, according to the plan nnd specihtiition left at my olhre, i* rojnrWed to deliver tu mc proposals iu writing iraled upi withia voe rlimilb. Uy order of the Tnisieesi, JOHN HKOGtS, Clerk and Treasurer. Wallii^ord, July 8, l8u�. ,_ " "MIK; STONK I'lPK COMPANritavi.iR com. i:vrxy ill. men-Manilfaclory in i^n;irii*siiiri-pi, ii;ini|)-ii-an- , TiM.i*, Sion- Villi-* tor the u-te of Water Works. Ci-teri;.-, ' Drain Pippj, Cdluinn- for liuilding*. Chimney Topi, Fiu-s, anil v.irioiis.'.pi'cimeuSbftheirdiderentavinutaciure in sewer s, ^c. &c. &c. R Al.-trfi UYlAl- llfrriRF5rtn-.XT -Uomforvable and ' LIL^'tmancnt liuard aiH* f/otl^m^ for Two f.idiei, or a ; ai.-trrird Couple wi'lho it C'hildj^en, in a Clei'gvm m's Family, i Roo^ark^t Town: e^Nt iii.les fr.iiii Die City oi" CiiitacfsteV. .*-Terhi� for Two, SO C'tiineas per annum.-I A'lieri pnsl-paid addrpt9ed lo the Re�-, J. Uavirs, at his Semiuary, Uluuies-ter, will he attf/idecl In. f |10 LKr, Kiiratsiic'l, for twelve Mottths, a very JL roomy couvcnient UOL'Sli nnd PRKMISKS, wilh seven tied-1.uim-i, diiiiiig-rootn, driwiiig a>ilo, gmHi cellars nnd ollires, neat garden, rnacli-liou.ie, stablcj, iftc. i are si-tunted in the from   t>TJU>f ye.-vrs, from seven, 11, or il'year*.-Mirccl to A. 'U. post paid, to be left at lUe Kingston Pu>t-Ulfit>e, uiilil railed for. KAll IJUCK1NG1IA.V1.0AT1':, to be LIU' an excellent FAMILY HOUSK, cnmaioing fire Servant's iScd-roums, five best ditto, elecant Oran ing-rnom. Dining and llreakfasi J'arlours, with French Window? and Statuary MnVhIe Chimney-pieces, HiiViiekeeper's Room, Kilehi-ns, Wash-house, Rrew-house, Cellar-, &f. with live Stall Stable, Coach-house, and hree Oardeu. The wlioJe incomplete Repair, and fit for immrdiate ocrU|iatinn. The Register anJ other Stoves, Kitchen Range's, Jacks, Coppers. &c. ready fixed throogh��al,gi� with the House.-tlnquire on the Premises, late Colonel Rob'n�n'i's. I'imlico._. DISTlirUL'TlOiVof PitlZK MOiNKV.-^Kust India Ships AIRLY CASTLF, and MANSJJIP.- Notice i- hereby g'vcn to Ihe OlfieeM; Seamen, Sic. wlio were ikctually on bo.-irii the Airly C.-isile, Capt. ilarnjird, .-md the Mitosbip, Cap. Lloyd, on the 14lb June, 17D6, when Capt. luningloii'v scJUiidroa rnpturrd several Dulcli -bi|is off the Island of SI. Helemt, Iliac their proportions of a Sixth dlvi-. sion df Prize Money received will he paid at my iloutir, nn Thurjday thieWth insl. hetweenlhc houri of iwrlve .inrt two ti'duck, nndsueb shares as shall no^ then be demaidrd, will be recalled every istlcceediog 'i'ue�day and rhursday. C, A. 11.1.CKJ.T, Agent. .21, Nicholy-lane, July 10._ TRKMENDOUS APPROACHlNO CRISIS OF hU ROPK.-To every Reader of Nenipnp-rs. TnO-MORROW, Saturday, July 16, 1808, Jt willbei;l/!-nln BF.LL'S WEKKl-X MKSSl-NGKIl, a PKRFKCf .MAP of that part of the UA.V L'Bli. on the flanks of which was fonghi the iare sanguinary Itnrrle he-Iwcen the Archduke Charles and Hon.ipnrte; inrlndi.-is nil the Scenery, apd distinguishing all the m�in Ro.-ids and .M iii-tary PoiitmnJ from Prrsburg^i to Burkersdorf and Stocne-raw ; and dc*cril>ing pnrf.cularly ihe Capital .�f Vienna, and a Topographical Chart of ii* Fuviroaa, in ttiencighbnur-hood of whtclt the dreadful r.arnnge teok place. This Sketch is most accurately executed from Authentic Bocumeots, and may be considered as ihe inoit perfect Aiili-tarv Plau, elucid.itory of a Uattle, that bas ever been executed io tbe sotne style. y\nextraonlinnry number will be printed, and the Pre-s kept open all Sunday, to answer the very great demand that may rea>onublv be expected f'lr It. Orders should l�e given immedhildy to" the regular Newsmen to ensure the I'ajier at an early hour.-The s.-ime Weekly Messenger will aUo contain the Voluminous Gazette, iransl.aied from the German, describing in a roortlBHioteTlnrt ini�rei Ul^R  LKAIJ- ilKATKR, Proprietor ofibeabtfveNewsp.-jper, grateful for the Favours which have been confcrre.l upou him, hegs leave to return his warmest Thanki to the Public for the Patronage he has received since its c-mmencement, which hai secured it anevten/ive Circ >lationthniugli Ihe Couoliesuir lloiburgb, Ri-r-ick, Sell irk, Aorthumber.'and, &c. To those Friend* who tiave favoured him with Advertise-ments he also returns hit gratrfnl Ihanks: and he deems it neee**nry to inform them, jwd the Public in g-ncral, thai fpini ila (^irculatiua in Ihe above Counties, Advertisements have the certainty of being bow nbde generally known. 'J'o Gentlemen having occasion to advertise the Let of Farms, *c. the Weekly Jouni.it poisesses many iidvaniiiges in consequence of its beinsc published on the Friday, and he-ingseriiby the respectable Farmers wliontlend Kelso Market. In short. Advertisements of every de^-cripiiun will ap-pnir with as great advanuige in the Journal as in any other Puner of a long standing. Persons favouring tbe Proprietor with Advertisements will pleo^r ill addrer�their tellers to Uitn, atthc   Weekly Jour iinl 4)l1ice, Kelso," and they may depend upou tUeutuoist fttt'niion Iteiag paid to their orders. London Agents fur receiviag Advertisements, &c. Messrs. TavlorandNewton.f, Warwick, square, Newgale-street. Kelso, JiUy I. IHQJ._ REVEltmO.XAJlY l.VrKltRSI'._A GeuiU-man wlioie fortune is cbiellv in the Public Funds, i-r hn^ aaabvoiule Reversioiiary Interest, nr will be euiillrd to iiie fee when in possession; or if miiir suitable m any .NiihUMnnn or GeiMlcm.in, to obtain luily an immediate liii-r 'l^''V income* from rent of land, .t j l^iyty Wr llrti Un of mitney, and de.*lroas of inrren lying at ihc i OflU^jyi^^J'flrtl'Mrtierlan^ Slrund, Lond.m. ; billiSiai#aiytlil�f y�lock.�-L'ltei* mentitmiegthee�nrf I aa� uMlklltftyv m ikoaviW de*ired, or Sum intended to �)v- ' SVwMtMWparcbitK, Wifl b^aawered. If post free. K /c  ViCTUAtLlNO OFFJCK,,filly 11, 18r9.   - THE Grmmfss^ntif-s^ftfr Fietunlir^ Hia. Ma-., , y**'^'.l^'"'.u Ho hfrag $itt KoUd^mal ou Fridaj', tJie Ifl �/'8rpleiiiher, nei^t^ lh,-^HnOe rradgio rteeiVc 7cn- FRIMF. IRISH BKel'a.�l PORK. �� l^cur^a u. tbe en^ suing .Se�.-oo, as tJtr rwieUice Me-iksnu ttJuf-p<:aUrstt.eret^ TOnj) fhink^prriper to aff-r i erne lliirdpa,nhzre, i'irt ill inrrclii to At delvr.red inlv ilU Mmjeily's FiVtnd/-/ n, >;:i n'L'ldrk, in the forenoon, wilj be exposed li> Sale, at hi" MajoiTs VicluaJling-janl, at l>eptlord, nindrv l.ots of the follow ing Provisnnis anJ \ ib-tunlling Sion-n, vl7. lire.id, Hread rtuM. Floiir, Flour-aw�eping�, Ra'sins, Cul--ranl-. Rice, IVas Oatnie^.l, Pot-birrley, iiake liouse-swei-p-inis, C.-il'.uvancts, Sylt R'-nns. B;igs nnd Rags, old Biskel-h.tg-, Klnur-earks, ISmler, Cheese, Sugar, K �, taste, and qnalit), Iii5 never h^afl eoualled, and, , he Uallers himself, can nevir he surpassed. The mtny .-id-I vantages ho possesses over every other person io this line of business, .and the peculiar degree of perfection to \rhich, by indefatigable .iitce.tKin and unlimtted oxiience, he has hniughl his .Mnoufucti'r\, ivhlle they afl,i are ^80,000 4 ..........6,vU'......2'.tX)0 4......... .. i.v.XW...... 8,CO0 8 ......1,300......8,av li...........mr-i......6.(XW 21 ............ 10.'......2,400 3o...........  50......l,8uo 4,S�J............   13....   73.800 2(l,'.i0vi Tickets. ifiJO.OOO Thi* fj>llety. cnn'ists nf only S.O-tO Numbers (from 1 to 5, Oi) i"e.u5ive). Iiiil there nre Fuur Tickets of each Number, whivh will be severally ent ilid to v�|iatcver Prize i* drnwii.-i.i;nin�t such Nomhrr; for imt.-tnce, if No. lsb'>nld be drawn a Prize of *J,i)i>.W. the Four Tictru df that Number will each he eHlilfd to 'iil.OOOt makin|f, in the whole, fia.OOi'/.; so that if auv peirKon should purchase more than (inr Ti> ket of Ihe SMie Number, and that Number prove faetasaie, h<- may gam. Bv Two Tickets�f Ibe same Number, A l'ri�e of....................-^40.0.0 By Three TickeU iifthe�ame Nomher, A l'rlae..f....................-fidO^MO ' By Fw Ttck. Is at ti,e sail&f-Kumber, A I'r.ze of       ...............i^aXlW, And .-ill other Frizes lu toe same piwpoiiion. TIC<ii jvBd SHARKS are on S:Je at aUdR^men.   

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