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Acton Free Press

May 1, 1958, Page 6

Acton, Ontario, CA

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Brooklyn Daily Eagle (Newspaper) - July 14, 1859, Brooklyn, New York $ 5 n w k Lam fit Jle t h is paper h As the e largest c Mircu la tio n o f a n y e v in in g p a p or up b Lish de in the e u n item s Tate s. I to Valu e a s a n advertising m medium i s therefore a p p Aren t. T o o n o tic e c a n b e to k e n o f an n o n y Rao u s c of m u n Ica tio n s. W h a the v e r is in the n d e d of r in be r tio n m u St b e a u the e n tic a the d by the e n a m e a n d and d Ress o f to e w rite in o t n e c Essa r ily of r up b Lica tio no u t a s a g u a a n the e o f h is Good it t t h a c a n n o t u n d e r to k e to r e t u r n re be c the d c of m uni cations. T h u r s d a y e v e n in go u l y 14. M n m s i i n n d e a the o f h o n. R u fans c h Oate. The Telegraph announces the death of this distinguished and eloquent advocate a Liili occurred at Halifax where he had gone intending to proceed to Europe for the Benefit of is health. A.-, n forensic orator he had few equals Aud Liis loss will be Felt As a Public calamity. F in a be o f the s ick Les Case. N of the a t valor and Beauty the Brave and tie fair have once More coalesced in the person of Daniel e. Sickles and his wife perhaps the apologists o f the former individual will t Ell us now Why lie committed tie dastardly assassination. Was ii because o f Auy injury suffered by tie wife Sickles has proclaimed by deeds More fore Ilde than words the a t she is As Good As Ever i f n o t bet Ter. Was it for the injury done to Sickles As a husband.? the same reconciliation by which lie Delares his wife As Good As new proves that her debauchery never affected his feelings to any very serious degree. He committed tie assassination n o t because the open and shameless depravity of h is wife which led her to disgrace the name of woman and pollute the Sanctity of tie Granvi for the e cemetery was one o the places of a endevoets to which she sped under the gaze Ofa whole City had rendered he r worthless in his eyes. But the scandal had become town talk and he had neither the moral courage to Brave it nor tie physical bravery to Challenge key and meet him like a Man. The papers which shielded Sickles from tie Legal penalty he had incurred and richly deserved now virtuously turn to Weir backs upon him and assert the a t his personal and. Political friends have All abandoned him. The do Noumena of tie affair is one which we predicted and was in entire Harmony w Ith the characters of the worthy pair. No one has any right to pursue them further into to Weir privacy so Long As they maintain it but when assassination is preached As a duty we cannot regret the a t tie hero of the revolver by his own career should furnish a refutation of the foul doctrine which May disabuse m kinds beyond the reach of argument. No woman whose morals must be protected by the e revolver is Worth an ounce of Lead or a Penny w eight o f Gunpowder. And we Trust the attempt to Dionise base and skulking assassination will cease to be successful and the sense of chivalrous m manliness will not become so far obliterated that he who arms himself to the Teeth and fires repeated shots into the vitals o f an unarmed Man taken at a disadvantage and without being afforded a Chance for his life will Ever be regarded As a m Odel to imitate. Thai speech o f m r. Stephens o t Georgia. A Complete report o f or. Stephens speech has been published and it shows that tie garbed extracts originally published and on a Liili the newspaper comments were based entirely misrepresented the condition o f tie author. Or. Stephens did not u the r a word in favor o f opening a slave Trade with Africa lint simply argued that the great obstacle to an increase o f the slave states would be tie paucity of the negroes and if they were to have new slave states it must be by obtaining a Supply of negroes. But he expressed Liim self satisfied that if the non intervention policy of the government prevailed they had nothing to apprehend As one slave state if the Only one in tie Union would be free from molestation and Exter Nal aggression. Or Stephens knowing As lie m ust the impossibility of reviving the slave Trade Evi Dently rests satisfied wit i having slavery protected against Lawless aggression where it already exists. Tie following extract from his speech defines his position on this p o in t on this Point of Extension however fellow Citi Zens i deem it my duty to repeat Liat i said in 1850, when we Hail just come out o f the great Strug Gle Over territorial policy of the government whatever abstract rights of Extension and expansion we May live secured in the settlement of that policy you May not expect to see Many of the territories come into tie Union , unless we live an increase of african Stock. Tie Law of population will prevent it. We have not the people. Boundaries by Rivers or mountains do not make states. It takes people to make Sta Tes and it requires people of the Atri eau race to make slave states. This requires to argument and 1 very Niueli question whether wit i our present Stock of that population we can Farni Sli tie requisite number to secure More than the four states to conic out of Texas in the present territories of the Union. To look for or expect Many More is to look in vain without a foreign Supply. This question the people of the South should examine in its length and breadth. It is one de serving consideration of tie gravest character. It deeply concerns our internal interests and domes tic policy As Well As the growth and Extension of our institutions. It should not be acted 011 or decided hastily or rashly but calmly and deliberately. 1 Only present it to you for such consideration and especially with the View of impressing you with this great truth before hand that if there Are but few More slave states admitted into tie Union it will not necessarily be in consequence of abolitionism or Ivil Mot Provis ism but for the want of trip right sort o f population to Settle and colonize them with. I t is useless to wage War 011 those who Mav withhold congressional legislation to protect slave property in the territories or to quarrel among ourselves and accuse Yaeli other of i soundness on that question unless we get More africans to Send there to be protected. I give you no opinion upon the subject except this that without an increase of african slaves from abroad Vou not expect or look for Many More slave states. I f the policy o f this country a settled in its Early history of prohibiting further importations or immigrations of this class o f population is to be adhered to. The race o f Competition Between us Aud Cir Brethren of tie North in the colonization of new states which heretofore Lias been so Well maintained by us will soon have to be abandoned. It is in full View of All this that i have stated that if tie present basis of settlement Between the sections o Fth e Union a Liili Lias been sanctioned by All the departments o Folie government be adhered to you have nothing to fear for your safety or Security. For on these principles okie slave state alone by herself would be perfectly secure against encroachments or aggressions on Lier Domestic internal policy though fall the rest were free. T h e m ails from e Europe. The following War item s have been telegraphed from Sackville n. B., where the Canadas mails arrived yesterday. The Etna which arrived yesterday did not bring the regular files of papers to the press and the Canadas papers wiil doubt less contain a More satisfactory account of tie g Reat Battle than has yet appeared. They Are due to Day but Are not expected until the afternoon. P a r i saturday july 2.the to Niter contains the e following Telegram , Friday. T h e e m p e r o r t o t h e e m p r e s s the whole army have passed the Mincio. The sardinian have invested Peschiera. The reinforcements which 1 have received by the arrival o f thirty five thousand men under Prince Napoleon have enabled me to approach Verona w without compromising myself in any Way As t have left a corps do Armee at Boito to watch Man Tua and i am about to assemble another at Bres Cia to watch the passes of tie Tyrol. The to Niter also contains tie following Filc Ial bulletin of the Battle of Solferino the Force o the army enemy amounted to from 250,000 to 270,000. The new artillery produced terrible effect. Its discharges reached the enemy a to distance whence their heaviest guns would not reply and covered the Plain with dead. The loss of the French is 720 officers hours do combat 120 of whom were killed and 12,000 Pri Vates killed and wounded. Among the killed Are seven colonels and six lieutenant colonels. Am Ong the wounded Are five generals. V Ienna july 1.the austrian correspondent pays that the loss at the Battle of the 24th, As far As yet ascertained is 1,900 killed and 8,100 wounded. Further information will be published. Verona july 1.since the 24th of june there have Heen merely unimportant skirmishes Between the e outposts. We observe that the Kev. J. L. Hatch Lias Heen expelled from or. Cheevers Church for his heresy on the sunday question. As or. Ii. Had been previously read out of communion with the faithful in Otner quarters and this is tie most latitudinal Rio n congregation extant he need hardly try any outlier door for admission to tie Sheepfold while suspicion of being a Wolf in she Epos clothing clings to him. Or. Hatch has played out the reverend Dodge and he ought to drop that sanctimonious prefix. He can find no sympathy nor Fellowship among the lads in Black As Burns irreverently styles the clergy. He Lead better put his theories in to practice and he May convert More than nil h is verbal arguments will Ever win to his Side. Let him open a Good lager Bier Garden and get up a series of sacred sunday evening concerts where the combined Eli arms of music and lager w ill be irresistible. He might deliver a discourse to the customers on Sabba arianism and apply his doctrines to willing disciples. Now Wiiilie the therm Ometer ascends to sue i a broiling Altitude the e practical argument would carry demonstration to every thirsty stomach let him drop the ology and the sum stuary regulations of the tribes o f Israel and try lager. I f he fails in that he May abandon the cause. Those who will not he converted by such in argument during weather like this would not listen to Moses and the prophets. L it them be anathema. From to e Sandwich is Lan d have files of the Honolulu . To May 2fitli. Tie 20tli was observed As the Birtle Day of the Mieir apparent when Public addresses were delivered by his majesty the King foreign ministers Dee. Kev. A. Bishop on Heli if of tie american Mission said in tie course of Liis remarks a prominent aim in t lie labors of the american missionaries Lias been from the first to instil those moral duties and Virtues into the hawaiian mind which Are an essential part of the True religion and to elevate them to such a Point o f culture wherein tin y May find a safeguard against their threatened extinction from the race of men. We flatter ourselves that the labor thus bestowed will not be wholly in vain upon a portion of the nation. We still Trust that a remnant o f them will be spared to fulfil that High destiny und hereafter replenish these sunny islands wit i a Loyal a prosperous and enlightened Christian population. And May the beloved Prince whose Day we celebrate be spared for a time Long Distant to begin a peace Ful and prosperous reign As a Christian King Over a numerous and Christian people. In relation to the guano discoveries tie adder to sir says the value of pos Pleatie guano of the Quality of that obtained at Jarvis Island is now established As an article of Commerce at about �40 per ton and tie demand for it will probably keep Pace with the shipments. It is this Trade Liat now brings to m report every two weeks those Fine Eastern clip in re o nil w b to b h u e new l w i l l n r n v p 21 i r to tin or if lip ti1pers, a d Liili As and ill pro e a last g Benefit to our Commerce. Since the reputation of tie pos Pleatie guano has been established and the sneers o f doubters silenced by the rapid sales o f entire cargoes As Quick As landed in new York various enterprises live been set on foot As our readers Are Well aware. This Trade is destined to become Exten Sive and Honolulu m ust be the Centre of its operations. The Schooner Kino Ole has been chartered for another secret expedition and sails to Day to cruise under the command of capt. Ross late of the Kameh Amelia in. Or. To Lin a. Widdifield recently from san Francisco goes passenger. W e hear she is chartered by a company but the Desti nation is of course kept dark. Manta correspondent writes from North Kona May title Volcano still sends out her liquid lava. Tie natives Are preparing to leave up Taliulu As the Stream of lava is getting close on them. In All probability the Stream will reach the sea and also destroy the upper part of Kil Iolo about ten tiles South o f where it entered the sea before. The eruption Lias been More Active than usual for the past week and visitors will be Well repaid by coming at this time. N new t u b ii Tittio u e t inc French r e v o l u t to Nas Cint sed in the l in h t o f by p u b l in a n in s Titu tio n by j o h n s. 0. A a s f i k a b r o t h e r s. The revolution stands alone in history As a Suc cession of scenes tie actors o f which so far exceeded any previous exhibition of in age and ferocious Bloodthirsty iness and fiendish depravity that it resembles rather the revels of pandemonium than the results of human Agency. I to causes Are obvious enough. Ages of oppression during which the monarchy and a limited privileged class openly indulged in the most infamous debauchery ies wrung exorbitant taxes from the populace which steeped in ignorance and poverty Sank to the lowest Point o f degradation and finally turned upon their oppressors and gave vent to the brutal passions which their treatment Hud engendered. The Royal Power was notoriously swayed b j p Rof Ligate women who ministered to the e depraved viciousness o Fth e Monarch Aud sacrificed the e interests and Honor of the nation to the v lest intrigues. In addition to these causes of the terrific scenes which followed infidel writers had re moved All sense o f moral responsibility from the Mills of the people and thus with their worst instincts roused Aud lashed to fury All moral restraint was removed and when the physical barriers o f the Law were overcome there was one wild and unrestrained ear Vival of butchery and blood. Tie character of the reigning Monarch also tended to aggravate tie excesses of the revolution. Vacillating Aud irresolute kind hearted and Well meaning but overruled by Indis Creet advisors lie had neither the Iron will to crush out the disorders of the mob nor the consistent pliability to yield to tie popular Tornado and save himself by leading and directing it or to use a nautical phrase by scudding before the w ind. The mob is like every other monster to Quail be fore it is to be devoured. Had Louis . Possessed the to Rimes and Wisdom to Correct abuses despite the aristocracy Aud Hierarchy and to meet popular tumult with a Strong hand he m ight have saved France the horrors of tie reign of terror audes to abolished order on the basis of National pros Crit. But it was not to be the wind had been sown and the whirlwind had to be garnered. The object of or. Abbott in his present version of the revolution is to show that it is the production of monarchical to Runny and not a natural re sult of popular supremacy. W Hile monarchical writers have held up the revolution As a Bug Bear to frighten the advocates of popular government or. Abbott traces it Home to the divine right doctrine and the aristocratic pretensions which had such full scope in France. He has performed his task ably and the work is valuable not Only As a vindication of republicanism from the reproach of the excesses of the revolution but As a graphic historical narrative of this unparalleled event. It is got up in the usual style of typographical excellence of the harpers and illustrated by Over a Hundred engravings representing scenes that make one shudder. Notwithstanding however the new Light in which tie event is Here presented we cannot but regard the excesses of the parisian mob is infinitely transcending in atrocity the vices and Villau ies of the tyrants who provoked it. And while it holds out a fearful warning to despotism the world Over it also reminds us that if the results of the Rule of one Nero Caligula or Louis xv., he disastrous to humanity the Sway of thousands o f a rabble each one combining in himself the worst vices of the solitary tyrant is infinitely worse. Only on Public intelligence and virtue can republicanism rest. In every Community there will b6 some ignorant and some depraved. W Hen these get the upper hand then we May expect to see lib erty degraded by the commission of crimes and atrocities in her name. A x a it u i h o g r a p h y o f g a r i b a l d i. T r a n s l a t e d b y t h e o � d o r e d w i g h t. A. S. a r n e s & b u r k. Garibaldi is now the Centre of a general Public interest hardly second to the a t which attaches to Napoleon himself. The former is fighting for his own fatherland and therefore represents italian patriotism in Liis own person. A biography which narrates his personal career and exhibits a full View of his character m ust meet with a Welcome reception. The work above quoted is an autobiography the materials o f which were derived from Garibaldi by the translator or. Dwight during the residence o f the italian Patriot in this of u n iry. Of the genuineness of the facts it contains there is therefore no doubt and or. Dwight is a personal Friend and warm admirer o f Garibaldi and is fully competent to do Justice to the work in a literary Point of View. I t will meet with a brisk demand. The Zeal of the translator for the italian cause has misled Hin in inducing him to censure the american government for withholding Aid from the italian revolutionists but w Arm the of feeling in behalf of the subject of his translation is not Only pardonable by t gives Force and genuine Ness to the work. T he n a t u r a l i z a t i o n q u e s t i o n is not Likely to amount to much As an electioneering War cry politicians of All parties have seized hold of it so the a t no one can claim the monopoly. Gov. Wise has taken a stand boldly against the Cass doctrine. Gov. Banks of mass. Who had no word of o p p o s i Tion to the proscription of adopted citizens recently incorporated into the Constitution of i own state has come out in favor of compelling foreign governments to Accord t of naturalized citizens an in m Unity from obligations that May have rested upon them before leaving their native land. For. Eigners like negroes must be thousands of Miles away before they can become objects of new eng. Land sympathy. Even the most Rabid o Fth e know nothing orators and presses arc All at once seized w Ith a valorous determination to protect abroad those they Are sworn to persecute at Home. As politicians of All parties have harmonized on tie subject it m ight As Well be Laid on the shelf. Neith or can make capital out of it und that is what they Are All after from John m. Bolts to tammany Hau. I t is said that the proprietors of the London times have settled on Russell their special correspondent in the Crimea and India an annuity of 200 pounds for life irrespective o f All future service Asau acknowledgement of the Zeal and ability with which he discharged his duties. A histrionic party who has heard a Good Deal about the theater o f w a suggests that the pock seats must be desirable. A Nuil liner a c c i d e n t. A a n b u r i e d i n a c o a i. S h a f Tor. Samuel Allen furnished us yesterday with the particulars of an Accident at Wes Ley Cit on thursday by which a Man was buried alive in a Coal Shaft Eig Lity four feet in depth. The Shaft had been sunk of the land of James w Hitta Ker for the purpose o f finding Coal. The w Ork men after going through ten feet of Clay Penetra Ted through seventy four feet of Quick Sand that required a Strong curbing in order to work it. Not Linding Coal at that depth the Job was Given up but a attempt was made to remove and save the curbing. Scarcely had the Man who was engaged doing it taken away the first Plank before tie entire curbing for fifty feet above him broke Loose and buried him beneath it. This occurred at ten old Oak on thursday. The alarm was instantly Given and an excited crowd rushed to the spot. On listening blows on the Jim Bers could be Beard from below showing the buried Man to be alive and the work of digging him out was at once commenced. The shall was three and a half feet in diameter and was entirely blocked up with Sand Aud timbers for fifteen feet and for the balance o f the Way the curbing was in a shattered Aud dangerous could Tiou. Our informant arrived on the ground at 1 Oclock yesterday afternoon Aud found the knocking from below bad ceased and fears were entertained Liat the Man was dead. After a lapse of two or three hours the knocking was resumed and tie work of digging him out was commenced. Or. William Smith n follow Workman of the buried Man with out waiting for the repair of the shattered curbing courageously descended to tie top o f the rubbish that blocked up the Shaft and lying Down succeeded in communicating with him. In answer to inquiries the burled Man said that he was unhurt with the exception of timbers pressing on and Pinio Ning i shoulders that his feet were at lib erty and that he had plenty of air. The work was again resumed the Man below giving directions and allowing none but Smith in whom he seems to have Lead perfect Confidence to operate the excavation. At 11 Oclock yesterday after Twenty five hours incarceration the poor fellow was reached and rescued Una u it i t seems that when the curb gave Way some two or three feet it the Bottom held firm and the timbers above in fall ing formed a sort o f roof above him and this saved his life. W hat is most extraordinary o f this most wonderful affair is that while the Man was thus immersed in a living grave he fell asleep and slept for several h o u is i t was during this sleep that the knocking had ceased and those who were engaged in the Rescue thought him transcript 9th, m e m o i r s o f t h e e m p r e s s c a t h e r i n e t h e s e c o n d a p � p l e t o n & co. We published a review und sketch of the contents of this work some weeks since. The revelation of these memoirs Are of an extraordinary charac Ter and yet they Are jotted Down by the Empress with As refreshing a naivete As if they were sentimental reflections in a common place Book. A dissolute court an a sympathising husband assiduous and adoring gallants a susceptible woman and the not unnatural result of illegitimate heirs to the throne o f Russia. These Are the m matters de tailed in the Book. Walter t h o r n l t. Yor a p e p a a t t h e p ast. y t h e a u � t h o r o f a l l e n p r e. S c o t t t a n d a l i d a. H a r p e r & b r o s. This is a simple and affecting tale which is gild ded by the Light of other Days. Its incidents an interesting and the relationship Between childhood and old age which Marks some o f the e leading characters gives a Charm to tie work which will commend it to old and Young alike. H is to by o f t h e c Ity o f n new York,./voj/ i t x e a t t h t w t l e m e u t t o t h e p r e s e n t t i m e. I l l u s t r a t e d b y w e n t h u n � d r e d e n g r a v i n go y m a r y l. o o t h. C la r k a m Eek or 49 w a la e r s to e e to e w y o re. The settlement and rapid growth of new York state and City appear More like a fable than a reality. Two Hundred and fifty years ago and Liat is now new York contained a few Dusky red men and dusters o f wigwams. Its Progress from that period until now is a subject full of interest to it present inhabitants. Tie Muteli governors of the Early times and the people they ruled Over had Little anticipation of the future magnitude and grandeur of the communities they were aiding to establish. They had however an Eye to the main Chance. Thus governor Van twiller in ism purchased a tract of land comprising 15,000 acre on Long Island where he and his co purchasers founded new Amersfoort now Flat lands. He also we arc informed purchased what is now governors Island which had once formed a part of Long Island. So late As the last Century the passage o Fth e Buttermilk Channel was not deemed Safe for boats though m Arket boats filled with Buttermilk und rowed by women from loner Island to the new York m Arket glided through it and gave it its present name. We have an account o f the e English attempting to get Possession of Long Island. In 1685 lord St irling had obtained a Grant of Long Island from the Plymouth company but governor Kicfer the successor of Van twiller drove his Colony out a company of emigrants from Lynn in pm founded the town of Easthampton l. I., and this with a Small Colony at , were the Only English settlements made on Long Island during the reign of the dutch. Up to the year 1654 the minister at new Amsterdam officiated on Lon Island occasionally but now the colonists demanded a settled minister and the first Church on Lon Island was built at mid out or Flatbush and do mine Johannes Polhemus was installed at a Sulur o f goo guilders or about $228. In this place by preached every sunday morning preaching in the afternoons alternately at Brieuc Kelyn and Amersfoort. Tar and another to Bobwyck bit Briwick which had been settled the year before. To Swyck now utrecht Brieuc Kelyn Amersfoort and mid out were placed under one jurisdiction and were known henceforth As the five dutch towns. We need not dwell upon the Public events of the Early history of Manhattan and Nassau islands which arc lucidly set Forth in this very m Eri Tori Ous Aud elegant volume he t will present our read ers with a sketch of the Domestic life o f the Early settlers in this age of gilded show and Fri Vitous accomplishments it will not be amiss to compare the present state o f social Devyln preut with t u e d o m e s t i c l i f e o f t h e k n i c k e r b o c k e r s. A s the of re s to b e c a m e c be a re d a w a v. A n d the e co to n y in � c lease the e s Tyle o f l in in g e x p e r in n c e d a m a the r in l c h an g a a n d the s e t t be r s c o m m e n c e d to b u i old the e i r h o u s e s o f b Rick a n d Stone. F o r s o m e t in Ethe e b r in k s w e re in p o r the d from h o Llan d in the e a d m in is t r a t to n o f s to y v e s a n t a o w e v e room e e n Terp r is in g c it in e n s e s to b Lis h e d a b r in k a a re o n the i s la n d a n a the e m a the r a l h e n c e of r the b e c a m e p o p u la r in the Colon t h e n o r the e r n p a r t o f the e is la n d Furm s h e t f a b u n � d an be o f s to n e. M a n y o f t h c w o o d e n h o u be s l a d Check e r w Ork f to n too r r a the e r g a b be e n d s o f s m a la b la c k a n d yellow d u tech b r in k so Ith the e d a the o f t h e i r e re c tio n in s e r the d in Iron figures a c in g the e s to e e t. M o St o f the e h o u s e sin d eed fro n Ted the e a m e w a y the e to o is w e re tile d o r so in g Leda n d in v a r Iab by s u pm o u n the d w Ith a w e a the e re o c k. T h c w in � d of s w Ere s m a la a n d the e d o o is l a r g e the e l a t t e r w e re d in i d de h o r in o n to l by so the a the e u p p e r h a l f b e in g s w u n g o p inthe e b u re h e r e o u old loan o n the e to w e r u n d s m o k e h is p in e in peaceful l c o n the m p la t to n. N o t be s s c o m of r to b be w e re the social " s to o p s a n d the e Low p Roje c tin g o a v e so e n e a the w Lizeh the f r in n d by n e in h b o r s c o n g re g a the d a t to Ilig h t to so o k e t l in Irlo n g p in e s a m i d discuss the e p r in e o f b e a v Ersk in s. T h e s e in s t i to t to n s h a v e co m e d o w n to o u r of n times a n d a to s till k n o w n a n d a p p re c Date d in the c us b u re s o f the City. A very h o u s e w a s s u r to u n d e d by a g a re e vary ing m s ize a c c o re in g to the e Loca Lityn u t u us a Fly la re e e n o u g h to furn ish a c c o m m o d a t to n s of r a h o Usea co in c o u p be o f p in a scor o f b a in d o o r fowls a p a to h o f c a b b a g e san d a tied o f Tulip s. Curi ets to of e re a pm o s t u n k n o w n in the e c o to n y u p to the e p e Rio d o f the e r e v o Lutio n. N o w a m i the e a p piece o f d re g g e to o s the n to t to u s by d in n if in d both e n a m e o f c a up e to n d m and e t o serv e of r the e purpose of a o re m b olo thew As of u n d in t b e h o u be s o f the e w e a Ltd in s t b u re h e is u t even these w e re n o t in g e n e a l u be. T h e s n o w a h Ite Flo o r w As up Rin k be d w i t l i Fine s a n do h in h w a s c u Rio u s by s to o k e d w Ith a b room in to a n to s tic c u re e s a n d a n g be s. T h is a d o in m e n t p e r to in e d e s p e c rally to the o p a r to r a to o m the a t w u s Only u be d u p o n s Tate o c c a s to n s. T h e tors t c a up e t s a id to have b e e n in Tro d u c e d in to the e c Ity w a s of u n d in the e h o u s e u f the p i Ratek id this w a s m e rely a. G o o d Siz e d t u r k e y rugs o rth a b o u t to e n to of in e d o Llars. T h e m o s t o in a m e n to l p in c e o f f u in i to r e in the e p a Rio r w a s u us a Fly the e b e do Ith i to h e a v y c u r to in s u n d v a Lance o f c a m be t a n d k i l be n in s t r r. M utter Elseri w e re a s y e t u n � h e a re o f in the e i r s the a d w a s u sed a s u b s to n t a l b e d o f live g e e Sefe a the e is i the u l in h the r o n e o f d o w n of r a co v e Rin g. T h e be bed w e re the e p r id e o f t h e n o to b be d u to h m a Tro n s in these a n d the e w e Elf Ille d c h e s to o f h o m e a a d e Lin e n Lay t h e i r c la in s to skill in h o u be w Ife by. T h e b e d s a n d p Illo w s w e r e e a be d in c h e c k c o v e r in g s the e Shee to w e re o f h o m e a p u n l in e a n d o v e r to e w Hole w As thro w n a p a to h a o re b e d a u in to a d e o f b i t s o f Pulieo o u t in e v e by c o n c e in a b be s h a p a n d to r to r e d in to the e m Ost g Rote so u e p a t Tern s t h a t c o u old p o Sib by be in v e n the d by h u � m a n in g in u Ity. I n a c o in e r o f t h e to o m s to o d a h u g e n a k e in to n a o u n d Chest f filled to o v e of to w in g w Ith h o u s e h o old l in e is p u n by the o f e m in in e p a r t o f t h e fam Ilow Lii Lith by a Law a y s d e Lig h to e d in d is p la y in g b e of re v is i to is. A t a late r d a the a this g a e p lace to " the o c h e s t o f d r a w e is o f o u r g r a n d m o the e r s times huge p Ile s o f d a w e is la c e d o n e u p o n the e o the e r a n d Rea c h in g to the e c e in in go i the b a s s r in g s o v e r tie k by � h o Les to s e re e a t k u o h s. T h e e be r i to Reto of Ith its c o m p Lic a tio n o f a Ritin g a e Sod a w e Isu n d m y Ste Rio u s p in to n a o Leac a m e in to u be a b o u t the e s a m e t in e but b o the o f the e s e w e re u n k n o w n to i h e g e n u in e k n in k e re o c k � e is g la saw Are w a s a pm o s t u n k n o w n p u n c h w a s d r a n k in turn s by the e a o m p a n of to m a h u g e bowl a n d b e e r fro m a to n k a re o f s ill e r. S id e b o a re s w e re n o t i n t r o d u c e d u n til a f the r t h e r e v o l u t to a n d w e re e x c la s in e by o f e n g Lish o Rig in. S ofas c o u c h e Sto u n g e a n d the a t p e c u Lia r by a m e Ric a n in s t Itu t to the e to c k in g a h a in e re the in g s u n k n o w n to o u r d u tech a n c e s to is. T h e i r b o s i c h a in s w e re o f r u s s Sale a the e a p Rofu sely o r n a m e n d w Ith d o u b be a n d t r in Lero w s o f b Rass nails a n d so s t r a in h t a n d h in h a a c k e d a s to p re c la d e the p o is ability o f a m o m e n tvs rep o be. e s id Esth in the c p a r � to r w As c o m m o n by d e c o rate d w Ith o n e o r to o c h a in s w Ith e m b to id e re d b a c k a n d s e a tothe e w o re o f t h e d a u g h the r s o f the e fam ily. M a h o g a n y h a d n o t y e t c o m e in to u s e n e a r by a la the f u in i to re w a s m a d e o f o a k a p l to r n u to o o d. S o m e h a of a o z e n c to c k s w e r e to b e of u n d in the e s e t t be � m ent w i the a b o u t the e s a m e n u m b e r o f s ill e r w a to h e s hut a these w e re so a re e by e v e r k n o w n to g of h e i r e x is the n be w As o f v e by l i t t be p a c t in a l c o n s e q u e n c in o w a to h a a k e r Lead y e t of u n d it to h is in the r e s t to e m igra Thea n d the e Scien be o f h o Rolo g y w As a t a to w e b b in the e c o to n y. T h e flight o f l in e to n g c o n tin u e d to be m a re e d by s u n Dia is a n d h o u r � g la s s e s in d e e Dit is o u by s in c e the e r e v o Lutio n the u t c locks h a v e c o m e in to g e n e a l u be. P in to r e s w e re p be n t i fun i f w e m a b e lie v e t h e Cata to g u is o f h o u s e h o old f u in i to r e o f the e o old e n t in e s h u t these p in � to re s w e re w re to h e d e n g a v in g s o f d u to h c it in s a n d Nav a l e n g a g e m e n to with fam ily p o r to a i t s n t five s h in Lin g s a head h Ich w e r e h u n g it r e g u la r in Terv a is u p o n the e p a Rio r w alls. T h e w in d o w c u r to in s w e re g e n e a l by o f flow ered c h in too f in be r to r q u a Litas in p by re n u p o n a s to in g. S to v is w e re n e v e r d re a m e d o f by the e w o r the y k n in k e r � Bock Erst u t in the e i r s the a d they h a d the e c h e e r fun l f rep lace s o m e t in e s in t h e e b r n e is o m e t in e s e x t e n d i n g a pm o s t i a c Ross t h e be n g the o f the e to o m w Ith i t s h u g e b n c k to g s an d g to w in g fire o f h ick o by w o o d. T h e so o v e l a n d to n g s stood o n e in e a c h c o in e re e e p in g g u a re o v e r the e b a s s a o u n the d a n d Iro n s w h in h s u p p o r the d the e b la z in g p Ile. I n f to n t w As the e b a s s be n d e re Ith its e la b o rate o r n a m e n to a n d a c u � r to u s by w to u g h t f ire s c re e n s to o d in the e c o in e r. M arb be m a n Tell h a d n e v e r y e t b e e n the o u g h t of b u t the e c h in n e y p dec e s w e r e in la id w Atli p a r t i a o to re d d u to h tile or e p re � s e n tin g a l l sorts o f s c rip Tura l a n d a p o c by p h a l s to r in s. T h e k it h e n f ire a lace s w e re less p re the n tio u a u d o f in m Ense s in Eso la r g e the n t they w o u old a pm o s t h a v e sufficed to roast a n o x w h o be. O v e r the e fire s w u n g the e h o o k s a n d t a m � m else e s in n e d of r the e re c e p tio n o f in m e n Seiro n c o o k in g p o Toto n g s in be s u p e is e d e d by the c m o d e in s to v e s an d ran g e s. T h e c h ild re n a n d n e g to e s g to u p e d in the e Spac to u s c h in n e y c o in e is r a c k in g n u to a n d the l l in g s to r in s by the Lig h t o f t l in b la z in g p in e k n o Tow h Ileth e a to u w s turn e d the e s p in n in g a h e e a a n d the e b u re h e is s m o k e d to e i r to n g p in e s a n d s Ile n try w a to h e d tie w re a the s o f s m o k e a s they c u r be d a b o v e the e i r h Ead s. A t n in e they re g u la r Lysa id the e in p a y e is o m m e n d e d the e m Selv e s to the e p Rote c t to n o f the g o o d s a in t n in h o la a n d w e n t to b e d to r is e w Ith the e d a w n. S o r e g u la r w a s the e in l in e s the a t the e Lack o f Lime a teens m a d e b u t l i t t be d Iffe re n c e. T h c m o d Al c it in e n s Rose at cock c to w in go re a k a s the d w Ith t lie d a w a n d w e n t a o u t the e i r u s u a l a v o c a tio n s. When tie us n r e a c h e d the e noon m a re d in n e r w a s o n the e table. T Liis w As a s tric t by fam ily m Eal d i n n e r p a r t i e s w e re u n h e a re of a m i the e n e in h b o r w h o s h o u old h a v e d to p p e d in w Ith o u t c e re m o n y w Ould h a v e b e e n Likely to h a e m e t a u in d Iffe Ren t w e la o m e. But Liis a p p a r e n t w a n t o f so c a Lity w As a m p by a to n e d for by the e n u m e to u s the a p a tie s. A let r d in n e the e w o rth y d Utch m a t r o n s w o u old a r r a y them Selv e s in the e i r b is t Lin sey j a c k � e to a n d p e to in o a too f t lie in o w n spin n in a n do u t t in g a h a of Fin ish e d w o rated s to c k in g in to the e c a p a c to u s pocket t w h Ich h u n g d o w n from the e i r g Irdle Ith i h e i r scissors p in a u s i to n a n d k e y s o u to id e to e i r d rests a Llie d Forth to a n e in h b o r is to u be to Tuke the a a h e re they p lie d the e in k n it l in g n e e d be s a n d the e in to n g u e s at the e a m e t in de discussed the e v i Lla g e g o ship Settle d tie in n e in h b o is a Fra irs to the e in o w n s a tis a c Tiona n d Fin ish Edth e in s to c k in g s in tim e lbs the a h in h w As o n tie t a b be a t s in o clock p rec Isely. T h is w a s the e o cd Asio n of r tie d is la y o f the e fam ily p late a n d the l in l in u t a n c u p s o f a r e o old c h in to u t o f w h in h the e g u ests s in p e d the e f a g a n t b o Lieas w e e the n in g it la a n occasion n a l b i the f to m the c h u g e la m p o f to a f s u g a re h in h w As Laid in � v a Ria b by b y the e s id e o f e a c h p Latew n Ileth e y d is u use d the hostess a p p Lep in so o u g h n u to a n d waffles. T e a o v e r tin p a try d o n n e d the e i r c to a k s a n d h o o d a for b o n n e to w e re not a n d be t o u t s Traig h to a y of r h o m Ein o re e r to b e in tim e to s u p e r in the n d the e m ilk in a m i to o k a f the r the e i r household a Fra irs b e of re b e d tim e. A w e h a v e a Lre a d y said the e d u to h ind ies w o re n o b o n � n e Toh u t b Rush e d the e in h a in b f to m the e info re h e a d s and c o v e re d i t w Ith a c lose f it t in g c a p o f m u Slin o r Ca Lico or this the e y w o rein the e o p e n a inh o o d s o f s ilk o r taffeta e la b o rate by q u Lite d. T l in i r d re s s c o n s is Ted o f n j a c k e t of c loth o r silk n d a n u m b e r o f so o it p e to in o a to o f every c o n c e in a b be h u e a n d m a the r Ial q u Lite d in fan c if l figures. I f the e p r id e o f the c d u to h m a Tro n s Luy in t h e i r b de s am i l in e it h e p r id e o f the e d u to h m a id e n s Lay e q u a Fly in their o Leb o rate by w to v g h to e to in a Tow h Ich Wen the o in o w n h a n d � in o Rea n d u us a Fly c o n s Titu the d the e i r o n by d o w by. T h e w a re to b e o f a Fash to n a b be lad y u us a Fly c o u to in e d from ten to to e n to o f the e Beo f s ilk a m be t c Lothy r u g g e tin d a stuff a n d a v a r in to o f o the e r m a the rials la e lose la q u Lite a n d u us a Fly c o s tin g from five to thir to d o Llars e a cd. T hey w o re b la erod u n d g re e n w o rated s to c k in g s o f the e irow n k n i t t in go Ith p a tic o to re d d o c k Sto g e the e r w Ith High h e e be d be a the e r so o is. N o finer m a the r a l w a s u be d u n til a f the r t h e r eve o Lutio n. C o n s id e a b be j e w e try w As in use a m o n g the e m in the e so u p e o f r in g s a n d b to o c h e s. G old n e c k a n d Fob c h a in s w e re u n k n o w n the e few w h o o w Ned w a to h e s a t to c h e d them to c h a in s o f s ill e r o r s the e a the o u g h g Irdle a h a in s o f g o old a n d s i la e re a re m u Chin v o g u e am o n g the e m o s t Fash to n a b be b e Lle s. T h e s e w e re a t t a c h e d to the e r in Lily b o u n d b Ible s u n d h y m n a o o k s a n d s u s p e n d e d from the e b e it in s id e the e d res the u s form in g a n o s the n to t to u s s u n � d a d e c o a t to n. F o r n e c k la c e they w o re n u m e to u s s to in g s o f g o old b e a d s the e p o o re r c lasses in h u m b Leim Ita Tione n � c ircle d t h e i r thro a t s w Ith s the e l a n d g la s s b e a d a n d s iring o f j o b is t e a r the c f re i t o f a p la n t w h Ich w a s a m e d to p o a sess s o m e m e d in in a l v in to e s. E v e by h o u be h o old h and fro m to o to six s p in n in g w heels of r w o o l a n d flaw h e re o n the e w o m e n o f to e fam ily e x � p e n d e d e v e Ryle Isu re m o m e n t. L o o m Sto of e r e in c o m � m o n u s a n d p i be s o f h o m e a p u n c loth a n d in o w a h Ite Lin e n a t t e s the d the e in d u s try o f the o a c Tiv e d u to h m Aiden s. H o a re s o f h o m e a a d e s Tuffs w e re the u s a c c u m u late d in the s e t t be m e n Tsu Ficie n t to la s t till a d i s to n t g e n e a t to n. about to seventy by Twenty five feet was entirely removed from or foundation and reduced to a perfect wreck. A Large barn at a Little distance was hurled into a shapeless mass o f broken hoards and Timber. Portions of tie roofs of different buildings were curried up tie m Mountain is Side and distributed in different directions along the e course of the e tempest. In one place near a building which had Heen disturbed there were broken timbers and parts o f different buildings forced against the obstructions formed by fallen Trees that m ight have resembled the effects o fade luge. The most terrific scenes however Are sometimes strangely enough blended w Ith the ludicrous. A poor inebriated had in the fore part o f the e evening called at the House of or. Vandusen and asked for som ething to take Home to Liis family. As i t was dark and threatened to storm or. Vandusen with a kindness and consideration worthy o f his Good reputation made him a comfortable place to seep in tie body of a Good Lum Ber Wagon in tie Carriage House charging him to be sure and lie there till morning. it tie building was u utterly demolished Aud the fragments a Complete chaos piled up around and upon the Wagon breaking it in some places by t the great Licud wheels providentially proved a Protection to the poor Man Anil lie was not Hurt. He Lay there As directed till morning querying w Hether he had heard the crack of doom. It was a merciful Providence that Liis terrible concentration o f Power Strolck Only Tho Gable end of or. Yam Lusens residence by t Liis took off one end of his House threw Down the Chimney broke in tie roof and took a portion off to where it Lias no t been seen since. Or. Vandusen regards Bis preservation and that of Liis family As especially providential. None of them were injured though they were All sleeping 111 the upper part o f tiie House. The upper lied rooms were Hung round with Many articles of clothing of both male and female attire by t these were All swept away by tie blast Aud some of them picked up in tie Lle lds the next Day but Many of them will probably never be found again. We. Hear to Day that the Tornado tossed the Mountain and though much spent took great Liber ties with sundry outbuildings Aud Trees in its course t o a Point somewhere Between Fremond and great Barrington in Massad sets in a portion of or. Vanda sends House still Habi table we had some serious conversation with mrs. Vandusen who could not find language to express the depth of her gratitude to god for Liat Good Providence which had saved Hor husband her Little ones and herself from ail harm while their habitation was riven Aud dismantled by the raging Csc ments. We All keeled Down and returned our i Winble and sincere thanks to that god who never ceases to regard probationary Mau w Ith Providen tial kindness and care. J. N. S h a f of e h Hillsdale n. Y., july 4tli 1859. F to m t l in c o la m b a r e p u b Lic a no u by 12. Damage by s to k h a d f to o d the heavy fall o f rain of tiie 2d instant caused a great Rise o f the streams in the Northeast part o the state As far As new Lebanon sweeping away Bridges and other property besides destroying the crops o Folie farm ers on the lowlands by the overflow. Tie Kinder look Hoith if btes says All tiie Bridges East of Chatham f o u r Corners Are gone and one or two Mill dams in that Vicinity live also been carried away. A dwelling standing near j. E. Davis paper Mill was swept from its foundations at 12 Oclock of saturday night and carried Over tie dam a woman and a child its Only occupants at the time barely escaped being carried Over in it. Along the Hanks o f the Kinder Holt tie Farmers have suffered to a Large amount. Or. K. A. Bullis near East Chatham has had twelve sheep carried off by the current and drowned. In Titis Tow n alone �4,000 vill no t pay the loss sustained by our Farmers in tie injury done to tie Liny Rye Corn and potato crops loss of fencing stuff a. Tie same storm appears to live extended into the Eastern part of Massachusetts. Something like a Tornado was also Felt All along the Eastern part o f this county and the Northeast part of dutchess. In the town of Copake Trees were uprooted and destroyed and the dwelling House of or. Lewis Vandeusen was a roofed and otherwise injured his Carriage House Aud shed blown Down and Liis Orchard nearly ruined. The Pine Plains Lle Rahl says considerable wind something like a h u Fri Cane accompanied the Shower which passed Over Liis Village 011 saturday last. In its course it broke Down Large Oak and apply Trees demolished fences ac., doing considerable damage. A Small building recently erected by w in. S. Eno near his residence was blown a test thursday flight. Another of the runaways shot by or. Simpson Tho Ball taking effect la n v m n nil to t it it in r go #0110119 is to the Lirt Utti t t t h e euro ump a and injuring. Taniou. The negroes were the property of or. It. Sledge o f Como Panola county i. None of the arresting parties received any injury Memphis bulletin us. P o Lic e. S t o l e a p u m p p a t r in k d u n new h o re to ice fam Ilia raft l id o s the r w a a r r e s the d by o officer b e a t to o f t h e 2 Dof r s the a l in g a c o p p e r p u m p w o r the $ 5 f to m the e Oft c o m p a � n y a Doc of o t o f h u d s o n a v e n u be e to n g in g t o a s k in p e r n a m e d c a n t. G e o re e h a r r is. T h e p u m p who of u n d a t n o. 8g h u d s o n a v e n u new h e re d u n n h a d left i t of r Safe k e e p in g. J u s t i c e c o in w e la g a v e d u n n 8 m o n the s in the e p e n i the n t Maryd is c h a r g e d j o h n m c g in n is h o w a u r re s the d b y o of f ice r h in g in s o n a c h a re e o f h Tea Lin g a w a to h f to m b a r � the o to m e w l y n c Hin the o c o u is e o f a Tig h t o n f u l to n s to e e to a n d m is. M c g in n in o re la t to n to j o h n w h o w a a c Cuse d o f s the a l in g m r. A Cher w a to h in h e r h o u s e in g o old s tre e to w e to b o the d is h a re e the e r e b e in g n o e v id e n c e to in c u a p a Teth pm. r a d a n d b u t t e r p a tric k k e y s Bolo to o to a v e s o f d u to h b Rea d fro m the e s to r e o f r in h a r d m in h a e is o r n e r o f s Tate a n d c o la m b a s t r e e t s a n d p e t e r c a v a n a g h s to be a p a in o f b u t the r f to m the e s to re o f m r. S c e b a c pc o in e r o f c o n c o re a n d p e a r l s tre e to. P e t e r g o t s in m o n the # a n d p a � t r in k the re e in the o p e n i the n t a r y. F in e d a o h n Conroy w a f in de $ 5 for s h a k in g a in m e a Lee r in f u r m a n s to e e t. H e n by Jeffe is w us f in de $ 5 for s t r in in g c a the e r in e m c l a in w Ith h is fist in h u d s o n a v e n u e. C o u cd u it p a y a n d w e n t to jul i l of r l in e d a s. M is. G a Ullig a n o f 104 a t la n t it. S p re a d m a. C u r r y o u t in the e h a c k y a re w i the u n e w b to o m h a n d be. M is. G. W As fined a y b y j u s t i c e v. 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A l l is w e l l t h a t e n d s we l l a b o u t a y e a r ago j o h n w a la e a y o u n g e n g l is h m a n p a id h is d e v o u a to m iss e l be n l a c a n d u n f o r to n a Tely s the p p e d b c v o n d the e p a the o f p to p r in to. J o h n in c o n t in e n t Lyle f t to w a n d t r a v e be d s o u thus a n e n g in e e r o n a s the a m b o a t. T h e w a pm w e a the e re o w e v e re a u s e d h in to t r y a n o r the e r n la t i to d e a g a in. O n h i a or in a l h e of u n d Tom t e l be n h n d e n the r e d u p o n the e d u tie s o f m a Tern i Toan d e l be n is r e la t in e s the o u g h t t h a t j o h n s h o u old a s us m e a p a the r n a l r e s p o n s in in Ity of r the o s a m e so a la o b Jec t. J o h n w a a r r e s the d la s t n in h t b y o officer b e a t to o n the e be Rio u s c h a re e o f s e d u c tio n. T h is m o in in a f the r a n in h to m e d i to t to n in u e o o l cell m r. W a la e r c o n c la d e d the a t p Rose e c Tiv e e m p to y m e n t u n d e r the e s Tate of r a few y e a is w us n o t so a g re e a b be to c o n the m p late a s a w Ife a n d l in e r to. T h e p a r t i e s t a la e d i t o v e a in l c o n c la d e d the a t d o m in in j o h n s o n is s e Vic e s w o u old c o n be r m o re h a p p in e s s o n a la c o n c e in e d the a n j u s t i c e c o in w e Llos a n d w Ith this u n � d e is to n d in g a s m a la p a r to m in h t h a v e b e e n s e e n t r a v e Lin g in the e d i re c t to n o f p e a r l s to e e t. A s so o n a s w e g e t a p dec e o f w e d d in g c a k e to s h a la p u b Lish fun r the c r p a r t i c u la r a. D i g g i n g f o r t r e a s u r e a t m i d n i g h t d i s t u r � b e d my to e p o i a be at a. C r it in a l m o m e n t the belief in haunted houses and hidden treasure seems not to have died out with the ignorance of the past. The last instance accompanied with a practical attempt to recover underground valuables was developed on monday night about the witching time when one o f the mayors police name unexpectedly upon a party of diggers and seekers in the rear of a House the first below York Avenue on the Side of Callowhill Street composed of three White men German and two coloured men the latter of whom were working away at Mother Earth while the former were looking on with a magic Waud some wonder working water in a Small phial and a prayer Book in their Possession. They had excavated to the depth of several feet in a Corner of the Yard and were near the South foundation Wall o f the building. In spite o the protestations o f one who appeared to be the Leader they were taken to the station House o f the eleventh Ward and yesterday m orning had a hearing before aug. Butler on the charge of Misdemeanour which is supposed to cover even imaginable of Peticc not declared to be so by slate to and tres pass. Upon the statement of tie. Officer they were held for a further hearing. The names of the Gennana Are Augustus Putli Lawrence Walker and James Kelly the latter o f whom formerly occupied the building in the rear of which the search for tie treasure is being made. At present it is in the occupancy of a druggist a clerk o f whom was one of the party and through whom the Yard was reached. Or Kelly says Liat when lie occupied tie House the doors frequently opened and closed without human Agency and that unusual noises were heard i Vicli satisfied him the House was haunted. some Means whether through a dream or by spiritual manifestation is not known he became possessed o f the e belief that a Large amount of treasure had been buried in the e Yard and acting upon it. He says that when interrupted by the police the Magie Wand informed him that he was w within eighteen inches o f object of their search. The Alderman recommended him to apply to the tenant for permission to renew the Hunt As that would enable him to avoid Interr Tir Tion by Tho police or any one else. Phil. Ledger t o r n a d o i n c o l u m b i a c o u n t y f o r e s t a n d f r u i t t r e e s d e s t r o y e d h o u s e s d e m o l i s h e d a p e r i l o u s s i t u a t i o n i have jul s t returned says a correspondent of the Christian advocateb22 l o c u s t m o u n t a i n c o a l. We h a v e now on h an d a Supply o f the e jul s try c e be b rate d l o c o s r Mountain Coal Rece ived d ire c t from the e m in e s w Ith o u t tra n ship m e n to w hich we a re p rep a red to d e Liv e r to fam Ilies in b Rook Lyn o r new York in Fine o order from u n d e r co v e a g u a a n the e d u n � m fixed w Ith a n y o the e r Coal. 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