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Atlanta Sunny South (Newspaper) - January 22, 1881, Atlanta, GeorgiaR p or a in i Raven the Bright Canadian run is shining la lit in in the Early mor ring s slumber still let keep silence it Igus but soon with tuneful will. The Mournful Weed Thrush with a voice combining deep Grid with wondrous Melody is Twining ird Usu sec it Ralus with Sweet and Art Els skill. O. Tast log g Pone Sodnik y memorable come now these strains some speedy grief do Ulni it around is gather mysteries dark and fearful i in e cry fri us id a i it p Lii is Lidid it n cant i grief s cur Veuy turning a and All a Ong life a dreary a a Vurcy irrrfu1, 7 he future guides us like a Straig a through paths my Stern us on to Bliss to Luin lug. Toronto Canada. July. 6.1ss0. Flate oat Days. Pioneers on Western an avocation of the past. A a a in Rilling Arioul Ore of Ilie Lily Eijiu st a Iii to it lne iils in Ilie seller Brut of t lie hell. Ily marry Eileen the Brave old Airor general Toni. O. Butler who �1�td me. Jym , at the Edvain cd age �1 , was lie author of the to m ginning �?o0. Boatman Wii d that Horn again j or Neer did the is Ning air upon its inn by in bosom Bear to wild so soil so Sweet a this poem has Long bet n regarded As a Gem. Of Lio try. And it Quot ill continue to i be i eld us a on a our Lui eur ige a spoken f not alone on account of is in Iii sch , but. Lwen be it revives a a h of on avocation Peculiar to the est in the latter Days of the a acc Ai d the Early Daj Sofhie present Century which was full of pleasures and perils to those who followed it. But Lew of us of today know of this Uvo Cutie n except by tradition. 4 a voyage from Pittsburgh to new Orleans by Flat a chronicler tells us a an enter prise once of greater peril than a tour the world Isnow. I. Was certain Tobe full of adventure. It j inquired months for its accomplishment. A shot from i he Shoie by some Indian a r reckless desperado might tei m Ai i aptly the voyage and the lives of the navigate. Is in by kit. A moment s Negh it of Ibe Steersman might Wrick the Una Hap by Craft and All Ibe Popes of is owners of Miles from Home and in an inhospitable wilderness. There was danger every w Here in the currents eddies whirlpools by it Ous and snags of the to it a thous lather of ate it but there was no less Tai ger from tie Hali civil z d dwt Hirs on he Hanks Ibe outlawed Cru ii nals and the desperate adventurers from civil zit iou skulked about the shores or prowled with Light Cam is among the bayous and creeks watching lor chances to plunder even if murder was Loo id them. In those Days tie government had not thought of Snag boats and the Mississippi was Lull of half Lidid n dangers. The current was constantly changing. It was easy to it he deceived into an old Channel from which there was no return. Bayous were often Trai a watery Nils it act leading i of where but. To to n. If under such inc uni sauces the Flat boat Nan leached Distant Home foot sore and weary but penniless months after leaving it be was Lucky. The business bred a special class who sought it lor its Advent oie and dangers As much As for its in fits. The River i Raes met in the Al it boat Neu of that Early Day a class ready eager and willing lor the fray a class which. Like the ranch Ros of the j 1 uns a ecu n de a tup came i d spiritless it unattended with danger. They were rough and read careless an 1 Cate Ine. Die Annly floating Down the Ohio they whiled away with song and dance the Lazy hours. Ibe Boatman s Horn waked the Chocs 1 Tom Dis Sta it Bills More mused than Steamboat whistle or that car distracting horror the Calliope. It was Cromarte life a Al Ting the grand scenery and rude nine. Ninety Davs on a slowly moving Fiat boat the scenery constantly changing but Ever Wihl and Beautiful w As a Iii g never to a and yet it was let a this Mode of conveyance at tend d by Svetz great Haz Irdy that the surplus produce along a e Phi and Ohio and their tribute of ies w to Carr de to a Market. It gave ent to a Large number of men who were enamoured of the wild and d Wing life they 1-d i All the excitement that adventure could furnish while a successful trip rewarded the venturesome Wanh handsome r firs. The Boatmen generally returned by land tooting it through the wilds if an unsettled count re whim f t from being to. E from danger. As it. filled up with see tiers who came a it make their Homes in that Fertile Region me dangers from Rob or it i rive r pirates disappear eur. And these r Ems their Tributa us pm Nisliet a highways lor Cominer a though by no Means free from Hazard until the it eau b at drove the a abroad Horn a As the boat w As called it navigable by such crafts. Then came the Iron Hoise. And t of the fit it at is a thing of the past and fut by at building a a lost Flata a it is d of cult for Cne in the Ohio River our chronicler tells us a to Calizo that Lut boats the Queerest Craft that Ever Fly Ted. Once did All toe transport lion fro a its a a a it a to Orleans. A Bat boat scarce rude Arhaug entente la a dec. under or. Smth oars of. Arolvi attache. To the sides to a by a a of is Vitinu Aln cat As a rate que Ai d As the. Viking Frohip recently dug up in Norway. Pert aps one Day it co i Ime ill excite As much Arch Teol Etc l wonder font already recalls a time us fail to unde Stai gtd a condition of society and of our Montry we ran scat rely Foore. A ate. 1 be Leisure a Ovnik a liberate Wev in orig Fiat beat a As last enough for us Day and people. Lure was Luck in ifs Leisure. But the flit Stoat has past a away and the Boatman will never wind his the flit bout played a i important per1 in o her departments than Commerce. The troops with which general Jackson won the Brilliant Victory of new Orleans were largely sent to him from Tennessee and Kentucky 111 Flat boats floated Down the intervening As Well As arms and other supplies absolutely required by his Brave Anny. When the uen Elul s wife visited him after the Battle she had to go thither in a Flat boat so poor were the facilities for travelling at that period. Ten the Flat boat was used by thousands of families in the older s ates to emigrate to and Settle the West and South West. It was no unusual thing to see u Flet of Al it boats floating Down the Tennessee the Cumberland the Ohio and the Mississippi with n Large Lumrer Ltd families emigrating with their household goods to what was then the Frontier to find Homes in the Rich valleys and rolling Prairies which promised Large returns As the Reward of the Hardy Pioneer s toil. Some of the Host and must useful men of those sections reached their destination on Al it Boais. One of the Star in amp to and most remarkable of these Advent uses was the Fleet under colonel John Donelson which went Down the to Uto n and Tennessee and up the Oli o and Cumberland with be families of emigrants from fhe Watauga settlement who located at the big Salt lick also known As the French lick on the , now the City of Nashville. It was an undertaking the magnitude und hazards of w hich can be appreciated Only by bore who possess some knowledge of the rivets upon which the voyage was made and to these must be added the Penis to be encountered from hostile indians that lined the tanks of these at various Points. The Little hit was known of the character of these their current the r projecting rocks their Shoals and of her dangerous ois ides to navigation had been Learned from Ludian tradition and it was far from a nig the bold adventures of a Safe or peas aut journey. Tradition had informed the Voy Geis of the a a Sun Kythe a i Shihng pot and the frying pan a where the Tennessee seems to have Cut the Cumberland Mountain in Twain and through Winch the River leaps with great Power and velocity carrying the Indian s Light Canoe Down the terrible rapids w Ith the Speed of an Arrow shot from his trusty Bow often wrecking and swallowing the luckless navigator and of the muscle Shoals where the nver Breaks is Placid flow and plunges headlong agn list projecting rocks and bars breaking up into a w in anarchy of Waves and goes roaring through a sweep of thirty Miles sufficient to Appal the soul of the Brave get the dangers of such a voyage did not Ueler the Brut e Donel i Fon and his Cowie amp Niotis from the w. Lure. Colonel Doli Eron kept a journal of t is re a Mark Quot ble a a adventure ,n eos in thrill Rig the Ere to of romantic adventure of Gnu fri it Dalh escapes of wonderful a amid to re Iii permit it sides scow he what end Ance will a comp ish. I colonel Donelson Tell us that 4bis Good j boat took is departure from fort Patrick Henry on the hoi ton River in 1 what is now Hawkins county. December 2�. I77o. A and fell Down the River to the month of in Edy Creek where we were stopped b a the Tali of w Ater and m a st excess be hal d Frost and nicer much delay and Many difficulties we arrived at Ihei Norih of Cloud s j Creek on sunday , the 20th of february 17s0, where we lav by until sunday. 27, when we Rook our departure with sundry a other vessels bound for the same voyage on the same Day struck the poor Baldy Shoal Togut or with or. Boyd and or. 1 Rounsifer to a w a Ich Shoal we Lay that after r a Xun Ami succeeding night in much a lists. In the morning monday 28, the water rising a we got off the Shoal after lauding thirty i persons to Gigli eur Urli oat. In attempting to land on an Island receive d some damage and 1 sundry articles Ami Caine Ocamp on Rue i South Shore where we joined sundry other vessels Aleo bound the Fleet passed the Mouth of French Broad nver on the i. Of March a and or. Zmij s boat i eing driven 011 the Point of an Inland by the Loice of the current was sunk a by w Bich the cargo was Tiuch damaged but. The boat was raised and made serviceable. A Tihe same afternoon in ubi a Hanson went out a Hunting and did not re Uris that night though Many guns were fired to fetch him in. Early in the morning of the 3d, filed a four Pounder for the lost Man sent c it Pel sons to search the Woods for him firing Many guns that Day and the succeeding night but All without Success to the great grief of his parents and fellow j lie Fleet proceeded on the j Urney 011 the 4th, a leaving old or. Harrison with some vessels to make further search for his lost amp our who was that Forenoon a considerable distance Down lie River. On the 5th the Fleet a came up w the the cinch River on the 6 i Captain Hutchings s negro Man a lied being much frosted in his feet Ami legs of which he the 7th was very Windy a and the River being wide occasioned a High sen Insomuch that some of the smaller Raits were in danger therefore came to at the uppermost Chico nauga town w hich was then evaluated where we 1 in by that afternoon and camped that night. Tue wife of Eph Kaiui Pei ii w As Here delivered of a child. Or. Peyron had gone through by Laud with Captain Robert the Fleet arrived at an Indian Village on the st and efforts were Mude by the indians to get Thorn to Liz a a Landing was made on the opposite Shore. Arc by half Breed and a nut it or of indians crossed Over 10 the Fleet. A a they appeared to be Friendly. Alter distributing some presents among them with which they seemed Muca pleased we observed a number of indians on the o her Side embarking in their canoes armed and painted w Ith red and Black. Coody immediately made signs to his companion., ordering them to qua the boat which they did hims if and another Indian remaining with us and telling us to move ii the indians followed along the Bank Bur. A Coody and Liis companion Sailer with us for some time and telling us that we bail passed All the towns and were of amp of danger left the Flat had not gone far until another town was discovered and Here Moie trouble was experienced. A said Here a writes col. Donel on a we must regret the unfortunate death of Young or. Payne on Board capt. Blacker Oivo a boat who was mortally Toumie it i by reason of the boat running to it near the Northern Shore opposite the town where some of the enemy Lay concealed and the More tragical miss tune of poor Stuart Bis family and friends to the numb r of eight persons. This Nini had Embar sed us for the Western country but his family being diseased with the , in was agr tei upon Between him and the company Tea he keep at some distance m the rear for fear of itie infect Ion spreading and be was warned each night Beu t a enc mini Lieut should take place by the sound of a Horn. After we had pay i the town tue indians having now Colic Ted to a co. S Erable number observing his helpless off from tue in get of the Fleer in excepted him and 1 Billeci and took a Sonera the whole Crew to the great i of of the w Hole company Uncer Tarn How soon they might share the same Fate their were o st Coly Beard by those in the history Star a that the Small pox was spread among the indians from these captives and Neaily exterminated the the Flet had now reached the a suet a the indians still pursuing. In passing through the a boiling pot a the Canoe 111 Winch John Cotton w As moving and w hich had been Ati turned to Robert Cartwright a boat into which he and his family had gone for safety was turned Over and the Little cargo lost. A the company pitying Lis distress concluded to Hale nud As it Isi him in recovering his property. They landed on the Northern Shore a. A level spot am i were going up to the place when the indians. To our astonishment appeared immediately Over us on the oppo sit cuffs and commenced fir no Down us i ecu Ocasi oms a precipitate let cat to mis in la boat. The Ivo ats. We immediately moved off. The indians lining the Bluffs along continued their tire from the Heights 01� a it or boats below without doing any other injury than Wouri ing four the boat containing Jonathan Jim Wiigs and family a Iran on a Large Rock pm jotting out from the Northern Shore and partly immersed in water Luime Diatel at the whirl boiling pot where we were compelled to leave them perhaps to be slaughtered by their in Ciless two Days afterwards in the morning about four Obj Oak the Fleetw it re surprised by cries of a help poor Jennings a whose boat soon came up. The indians a 1 kept up a most galling and incessant fire upon his i mat. A the ordered his wife a son nearly grown a it Oung Man who accompanied them and his negro Man and woman to throw All his goods into the River to lighten their boat for the purpose of getting her off himself returning their fires Well As be could being a Good Soldier and an excellent Marksman. But before they had accomplished their object his son the Young Man and the negro jumped out of the boat and Leif hem. Mis Jennings however and the negro woman succeeded 111 unloading the boat but chiefly by tue t efforts of mrs. Jennings who got out of the boat Anil shoved her off but was near falling a victim to Ner own intrepidity 011 account of the boat Start no so Sudder in As soon As loosened from the Rock. Upon examination he appears to have made a wonderful escape for Lus boat is pierced in numb Erie its places with bullets. It is to be remarked that mrs. Peyton who was the night Lief re delivered of an 1 i fan which was unfortunately killed upon the Burry and contusion upon such a disaster assisted them being frequently sex posed to wet and cold then and a iter wards a the Fleet came in sight of the muscle a Shoals onthei2h. A after Tum icing our boats in the Best manner possible we through the Shoals before . When we approached them they had a dreadful appearance to Loose who had never seen them before. The water being High made a Teribie to ring which could be heard at some distance among the Brittwood heaped Riga Tenily upon the Points of the islands the current 1 running in every possible direct o 1. Here we did not Kilow Bow soon we should 1/e dashed 10 pities and All our troubles ended at once. Our boats frequently dragged on the Bottom and appeared constantly in danger of striking i his Wai pm As much As in a rough sea but miss Nile for the Wirrer to repeat Hirn Seltz by toe hand of Providence we Are preserved must have possessed that Litile band of Adir in re it danger j ventures daring Tow Pei i in of terrible sus us the 141i1 two of the boats were fired on j noise a suspense nearly Akin tos of torture by Indian and five men slightly Donelson had started out to mane a ludicrous Dent Occi irid the night of tee voyage upon unknown River is whose that nay. A Walter kindling fires and j recur rapid currents might have d their Trail my for re get. The company were alarmed on boats to pieces against one of the Many Bluffs account of the inc essene Balking our dogs on tue Banks f Inose a Vars. R upon one of kept up taking in lor granted 1 hat the in t in bar or re it is in be Channel talc idea a Liaos were attempting to a Surprise us. We re terror to even tue Indian in his a Anoe treated Ponci Pittely to the boats 1 Ell Down a nil buried All in a watery grave or they the River about a 11.ile and encamped on the a might have Peri bed from hunger and theother snore. In the morning 1 prevailed on 1 extreme Coin or worse Aid might Imp or. Caffrey my son to Csosz Belov in a fallen a prey to in Nan brutality aug i ferocity. Canoe and return to the place Winch the3t the Mfuat iou on Ion Bluff must have been of did and found i-.11 african negro we had life a peculiarly Reras the Days in 1 he hurry by one of the fires. The Wek it and even months coded on without voyagers a turned and collected their ten bringing one wont from the loved ones to Sis w hich had Lujeen the Flet arrived Mouth of a River which he a thought was the Cumberland a hut a some of to lie company declared it could not be it was so Muco smaller than was he had never heard a i a River running lie tween the Cumberland and Tennessee and so he determined to a cent a it. �o11 the 31st of Mircu a met with col. R Chard Henderson w How As running 1 he line Between Virginia and North Carolina a who gave theve it agers Evev information they wished. A Vve Are now without bread and Are a compelled to Hunt the Buffalo to preserve life. Worn out with fatigue our Progress at pres ent is at a Point where Fie Fleet camped for the night they a found a pair Al hand Mill stones set up for grinding to us up geared not to have been Usel for Agiert length of slowly and laboriously the Fleet continued to ascend the Cumberland until the 24 h of april under which d a the col. Donelson writes a this Day we arrived at our journeys end at the big s it lick where we have the pleasure of i Inorg Capr. Robertson and his company. It is a source of satisfaction to us to be enabled to restore to him Ami others their families and friends who were entrusted to our care Ami who sometime since perhaps despaired of Ever meeting again. Though our prospects at present Are dreary we Nave found u Tew log Cabins which have la Een Milt on Cedar Bluff above the l cd by Capr. Robson and comp my. When colonel Dot it i it Elk on i Rived Wun his Fleet near the muscle a Shoals be lauded on the not them Shore to search f or signs it h to been agree a upon before leaving the Watauga a settlement that Captain Robertson should come across from the big halt lick and make at that Point a a a hat we might know a writes colonel Donelson a the has been there aim that it was tract Cable fur us to go across by Laud. But to our great mortification we can find none from which we conclude that it would not be prudent to make the attempt and Are a Ieter mixed knowing ourselves �0 be in imminent danger 10 Pui tue our Down a he general Robertso i had teen greatly delayed 111 consequence of t be extreme i clemency c f the season and dul nor arrive at Tbs b g b a. Lick until t in beginning of the year i so and 1 r bibly to ought it Tieu too late o go acre is i to the head of he my Cle Shoals As agreed upon. Days and we is passed away orig my no intelligence from the dear ones with col. Done soc. The wors of fears if it be per then y years before i became Ibe porcine of 4 a Day stir Eju Bill j01 is i b a v Cong Saivii g 111 the Bali bust locality that Ever suggested ,� r a do unto your Seif As 3 of would do unto Otchis a to us ambitious each Lapius. One Day he came to my husband with one of Sovei tvs 1 tab and my better judgment., Junks persisted Inlend-11 g him $100. Boon after Bill left our county in search of ill health and we lost All Tiace of him until Juat before 1 appeared in j us a us xxx fou ii Whatu 1 Pio Rmenti by Jeaine i that he was be siding 111 Galveston in great style. A so it was As one having authority that i knocked at i s door when my son und 1, travel stained und Wear were set Down in front of his hair Danid House a few Days ago. My Knock was answered by a coloured Man who bestowing is a a pop while Louxa look pm us asked a wat does yer want a Ere a a a Cut 111 the Pariury 1 answered with the log i Gmoty. A Iii us he j o num to open �1001, and Wuy nun3 ing uni a 1 Ault in a now fir go und let Luc Cook Una 3 our i Vuss know 1 uni Jurt us i Nan selected u chair i Beard Steps in Lutr Hall and uni ung w As mat you w no came in Jaso How of Quot a us Suid Eurc Ilasa or a of. 1 i utile woman eur Nervd the room. I was Vejl Gutheil at Sucu unexpected Cor Dight i Puiul i lore she eau me ill to let l Relieu Pabloi i caught her m my Mma and giving Ner a kiss said a a ies my Luve i have just got sue gave out oui Giam e into my smiling , Ami in eur Sucu screams 1 never Beni in Loul a a null woman Beloe in sheer Surpi Lse 1 wus still holding her when Hes i Vadis came 1 using m. Bhe cried Oul Iran Cully to the my a muses the Ner Oil of Why done to you .�?~2ke i. 1&Quot off d a t 3 our be a he in one it a to that has got out a 1 Lei go that hysterical woman and turned my All Pullou to he others. The Cusk a b g iut Hiack thing bad run in w Ith a lot of biscuit in Ner hands and there sue stood with it squeezed up like a Snow Hull just 1 easy to be Pilch utne maid wus Snukis g Iise an Aspen Ieula in a Strong wind aim suffocating me with ashes which she spilled out of u pan Wii every shot be. Resent by i asked with emphatic sarcasm a have 1 come to a mad House a a a not Zuj Juu has Mude a slue mistake do a is a of Cir s Reid Nee mum and his mud House w har you wants to go to is a Leelie distance i10111 Here. B to done to yer getaway mum a a he added quickly As he c. Gut tue sex pies Siou of my Lurous Eye. �?o1 is Gwine a it see Dat yer gits Urie All 1 he whispered to his Uil sll Ess a dry has to he coaxed to keep Mem from git ii Obs Trepus. You Cox her , miss Alatise ter be lords Sake Una go and Fot Ell some help a not knowing what they might do next i started tows is futile Louy to explain my Pait of the dilemma to her but no sooner 1 move than with a coi Kanehe like 3d she bout used out Ottle room followed by tue two women screaming a hold her 1 Fer de mistress amp a it Mose key a a her in like a 1 rented animal i lined on him. A go this Nii Unie you inf Fig Black Ruscal and Bnting Bill Jones to As he s Ood there longingly at the door but not going to aids it 1 involuntarily Tundra gig Ahat my. His Wool ruse tors full length As with an a tul ejaculation he literally hew pulling the door after turn and Locking n. A be Ranger in a strange any lucked up by a stranger 111 a strange House 1 turned to my dear Sou lor sympathy. Lankie had bet 11 ail eyes and ears up to this time but now that he found himself alone with me his timidity fled and looking comically at me he burst into n laughs it i. U 1 and Heui Ras that it completely unnerved me. A a in la be blessed a if they ainu to taking you for a Lunatic la in the Best joke 1 Ever heard ill give it up a he gasped Between his laughs. At Saint could have stood Elliis a last Straw in my weak conditions presently his tune changed co Platel and As he arose irom that velvet carpet w Ith All amusement chased Trout tin face and 1 replacing my ship piers 1 heard Maisie exclaim a a daring i Nave been i tightened nearly to death 1 went into the paid or to look lor you found one of your worst. Cases hidden in there Ana sue was so violent that Moses had 10 lock her in till he could bring you. There is a poor Little boy with her and from the pie icing shrieks he has just Scoppeta i Tenn 1 expect she Nas about killed the a Loor opened and Bill Jones Vav it a the expression in ins a be which he used tor sub no tug the insane walked firmly in la. I subdued him by a Xci mum g a you Are making u i of of yourself for nothing. Bill Jones that it be crazy Are All being was Tell on Ine. Just look Back to the time my husband Jaines Luige saved you from Stai Vatious , and 1 think you la have a at to e Junction of the Tennessee with the Ohio 011 the 2�otn a your situation Here a wines col. Meison a pjs truly i agreeable. The nver is very High Ana the current rapid our boats not constructed fur the purpose of stemming a rapid Stream our exhausted the View Aimi st worn Down with hunger and fatigue and knew m t what is sauce we have to go or what time it will take us 10 our place of dest Naron. The scene is rendered st Iii More melancholy a several boats will 110. Attempt to us Ceu t the rapid current. Some intend to the mitigate the awful suspense. Finally on i to Quot difficulty in recon Ming the 24 h of april a strange Craft was seen 1 out or his patients had returned to this a Reep no slowly up the rapid running it i a Heriaud. It was Elihaj 8 a trading boat Bur. No As it Caine nearer familiar faces a re recognized among the a who had gathered upon a be Bow of the boat. A it is do hero Quot leaped from lip to lip is each Man to meet is Iove Lac. Never before and perhaps never since that Day has there lev a a meeting 011 these Brick Aud mortar covered Hills in so much real Heartfelt Joy took Complete posh re tort Roach hu�., he Cou int have looked Niobe co science stick in than when he offer Fred me his Trehub Jug hand and said a �?o1 do recall faintly n y former at quaint Anee with of min. Large your my Mense of for amp a since the a is truly a pm Vicai phenomenon in 1 uen trying to speak reassuring be Addeo a my w Ife is Young and easily frightened and knowing i am in a Laige if i insane a it turn is constant v expecting Burrt Titmus visits Iron 1 its my Nales so a it was but a natural mistake the made alter All in taking s on of every one. Mississippi to Natchez other Are Lound for a the i since traversed in this Inland Voy tue Jill noise among the rest. My Sou in Law say Garnsey the his Ronan of venues and a laughter. We now part perhaps to see a the extreme a Inger from the navigation you for one Wasny to it of a meet no in re for 1 am determined to pursue of the rapid and a unknown . And the ret Ore 1 could answer he walked to the my Coli get. Happen w hat col Donel hostile attacks of the Savages Union their fi0l<r w Here Mattie stood peeping in took her 1 son started up the Ohio on the 2lst, and it ent Banks Mark the emigration under colonel pm the hand and said _ three. As s in hard Jabor making Vry blow Donelson As one 01 greatest achievements j a a a Coine in pet and speak to my dear old Progress and a suffering much irom hunger in the settlement of the is was m i concluded on fifth 1�?Txge.j and in the so n he came to the. Deed a a manacle of
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