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Dawsons Daily Times And Union (Newspaper) - January 24, 1863, Fort Wayne, IndianaTimes a std to i Powers were surrendered and granted to the a submarine Telegraph from fortress Monroe to i currency into funded debt and it will not a i done until All Cal property in the form o j Genera government to answer All the ends which it was created whether in peace or War. It was not provided that the Constitution a Bill is reported in the Lovier Chase to a schemes Aro on foot to enlarge and a 3 Iii Rico r t i o-4, j should re Only for peace and that in War there prop Riate several million of dollars for extend r 1 to a above the Constitution Lim i ing the Capitol Alsa two Hundred thousand cuff ii. Ittel individual opinion and discretion. ,i0ilars for a new dome i the reserved rights of Iho people of the states j were to be respected at All times and Especial i for vice president i.-.-. Goy. 1iomt10 Sev of new York. A on s . Anile fit and imply in Llie he. Hair is t e nov Villi in same car skill Ami which Tirrit stocks is advanced to extreme rates. The sub Treasury Here receives from Washington six million of notes j Hob and it is also anticipated that i Milliun bottle Tau easily in a year j r i u is fld Van Idt tit Kalli Airika is not Only the order will he rect la Tel of printers to i Kin in the Hup it Renu it i work at once on Oik Ami 100s, under j news ii. The rap Shannock. To ily in times of discord and angry strife. In Toller water courses involving an expenditure i cases of doubt the doctrine was a ways against of Many million dollars. Enlarged Powers. 1 us expedition under Yeii. Sanks talus far has been what might justly is termed a most successful failure. It has heretofore been announced that seve ral of his Best have been lost and a regret to say that the last information informs m that two More have Boon driven ashore and Are a total loss. To the sailing of this expedition May be attributed to a great extent to the failure at Frede. And to Gen. Bank s want of co operation . He contends that is unconstitutional and not based on the right of revolution j bul on the alleged right of a state to cons tit u i tonally withdraw from the Union. This is political heresy. The states ratified the con just cution with the distinct understanding that january 24, 1863. J the Union was not to depend on the will of any n nne of the parties. The idea was that this was j to be a permanent government. J the governor referred to Northern fanatic i Cisin and save that a minority of Ultra and Faas yet been no engagement on j men in each Section controlling the cur j the new Ait at once. Of these the two companies can produce about three millions of dollars per Day. The companies Are now producing one Hundred and eighty thousand dollars per Day of postal currency and the demand is still not supplied As the in to rior has Asj it received but moderate amounts. In this City the Supply is abundant so much so that some parties have sent in considerable amounts to the Treasury for red Emp York j rent of events had brought the government to payers under Date of the 20th, announced that i the verge of destruction. F i i the governor then denounces arbitrary a Nevera corps of the army of the 1 oct Mac wore in in Oliou but advices of yesterday from Headquarters state that the roads Are in such and in violation of the rights of the people and a condition that an Advance is at present in j not called for by the ii and insists that such acts Are in Clear violation of the provisions of the Constitution with Sherman the repulse at possible. A rebel dispatch states that Llose crans army has resumed its original position before Murfreesboro that it is Short of provisions and that it is making no preparations for an and Vance. In the Senate yesterday a Resolution was of flared and Laid Over that an inquiry be instituted into the report that Burnside s plans had been interfered with by representations of sub ordinate generals at Washington. In the House tie Bill of the ways and Means com Mittee was discussed Hooper s substitute was rejected Anil Stevens substitute considered. It is stated that acre is no certainty of the passage of the s Bill As amended by the committee of the whole and that Stevens measure As essentially modified has Many friends. A synopsis of the latter appears a Marg our dispatches. The abolition crusade against Gin. Michel Lan is being prosecuted with fresh dismissal of his Friend Gen. Porter being closely followed by a letter from Gen. Hitchcock charging him a Mcclellan with having last Spring disobeyed the orders of the president. Let the whole pack Loose Little 5iac" occupies too High a position in popular estimation to be disturbed by their clamor. The Headquarters of the department of the South Are to be transferred from Hilton head s. To Brunswick a. A Resolution has been introduced in the in Diana legislature to memorialize Tho Legisla Ture of York in regard to the High rates of canal tolls imposed on Western produce. The Gib Iowa cavalry at Davenport have signed an agreement not to go into service at All unless against the indians. From a Sormun vestion sent to the Senate yesterday by the Secretary of War it appears that there Are in the service 50 major generals and 2io brigadier and that 5 of the former and 17 of the latter Are not in Active command. Cutca to tutus. Envies of the Case. He adds whatever Legal Powers Are vested the governor shall he exerted for the Protection of the lawful rights of the citizens of this the right to suspend the writ of Lileas Cor pus h.2 deflates belongs exclusively to tie legislative and not the executive Branch of he government. It was never in the Power of any one individual and it is so declared in Therou Stit ution. That the plea of military Neces sity is illegal and dangerous. The emancipation proclamation is classed among the illegal acts of this new War Power. He concludes by hoping fora speedy conclusion of the War find a restoration of peace on he basis of the Union As it Union of Alt the states with their Equality and rights in c Sci kiss has passed a vote of thanks to Gen. Butler. Who not include the murderer movie than two thirds of the democratic Ouranis of Ohio Are in favor of Vallandigham or governor. Five Are favourable to the Nomi of the Gallant Jewell who was the nominee in 1861. Piss detox of Ohio is the author of the Manly and Noble protest against arbitrary arrests read in Congress. Battle of Murfreesboro. Legislative sum Hay. 22. Resolutions offered and re feed relative to the condition horns relative to injunctions and writs of Hareas Corpus rela Tive to distri8uting door intents in the hands of the Secretary of state. The balance of the morning session was Lak in up in debating the expediency of abolishing the court of common pleas. In a motion to instruct the committee on Tho judiciary to introduce a Bill for that purpose messes. Cubb Brown of Lian Dolphi March play Wolf and Meletta participated in the discussion. There has been no result. In the afternoon or. Murray of Lagrange made a powerful argument in favor of the contestants in Tho disputed senator ships. After his speech the Case was sent Back to the com Mittee on elections. Ii Kiisk. The speaker Laid before the House a communication from Uio state treasurer explain ing Why he be gloated to distribute the fund for impaired. Hje1vs items. Rich. Luxuriant "nr.vth, Neil j Robenu it from tie a Fife world knowing. 1 lie has it of Tor Over twelve id As air Laily who values a Beautiful will use Chr a Ili siran it u Sou Alt dealers through Tuii to lift Wal Raj. Jan. Is igo3.-i .fcw0ra. S. Barse3 co., inimitable hair restorative. It is not a Dye Itu restores hair id its original color by supplying Tho to q postal currency it u o citizens Bas interest on deposits Ai j. E w Yolk Exchange at to bought at citizens Bank. Up Ime citizens Piank. Olid bought at t citizens Bank. Silver bought 10 Ying Tho i capillary tubes Willi natural , Imp Vireil by Aso or votes the organization of the militia As directed by the legislature. Or. Cason resumed his argument in reply to or. Packard and asserted that every Man connected with the Boon county Bank fraud was a Democrat. Or. Deny it. Or. Am to informed. Jar. Informant is a liar. I to 1 j it Lluu ii u11u vib the speaker called or. Packard to order r 11 f j i administration. Whereupon or. Brown and others interfered and asked that or Cason he confined to the threats Are made by loafing should or strapped gentlemen in and about Indianapolis against democratic members of the Legisla Ture. No attention is paid to them. A terrible storm of wind and rain raged on the Potomac and at on the 22nt inst., it abated somewhat toward evening. I has done a great Deal of damage. The abolition clergy of Kew England signed a petition asking Lincoln to Issue his citation proclamation. Among them is one who has frequently used language such As the North must separate from the South ant organize her own institutions. Up with the Flag of disunion that we May have a Irue am glorious Republic of our Oivin. This Union is a lie. The american Union is an imposter an agreement with death and a league with we presume the other signers held the same sentiments. Over the state of Illinois at which Strong grounds aged not the presidents usurpation and in favour of an armistice Are taken. Is the Jefferson county by circuit court the Case against Jefferson c. Davis for Man Slaughter Foi killing general Edson was called and continued to nest term. W. , fireman on the chicag i 11. Wand Railroad was severely injured in Conse Quence of a collision Between the engine he was engaged upon and a Westward bound freight train brought suit against the company laying his damage at the cause was tried before judge or Urmond the jury returned a verdict of in favor of the plaintiff. Colonel g. A. Sink of Illinois who distinguished himself at pea Ridge and has been three tires seriously wounded in Battle was ordered by the president to raise a brigade in Illinois and while diligently striving to do so was arrested by an order from the president and incarcerated in the old Capitol prison at Washington. There was no nor warrant issued and the Gallant colonel knew nothing about the cause of his arrest. He was detained in prison for some time and was then , without hearing or trial Dis charged and his name sent to the Senate As brigadier general. Of monday last the 19-h inst., there was due from the government to private soldiers list of killed wounded and hissing in the sixth ind. Itch. Field maj g. W. Taken. Prisoner. Co. Killed 1st Lieut and acting adjutant e. B. Stribley privates Chi Risteau win Kle Lawrence White d Allen. Surg t j. W. Stribley. Privates r. Myers. C. Strib by p. Schrom j. W. Vogic a. Wilson f. Llu bin 51. Strous. W. Allen j. Lemler we. Fied Erickson j. Harvey m. Luttee w. Gonsler Berger j. Johnson j. Lockwood. Co. Killed win Roxburgh cop l color we. Roberts Curp l Daniel Walker. Corp a . Reynolds k. Middleton. Woun Robt Smidley g. W. Johnson r Muiir hid a s Funk. , g Bartley j Benaird win Fetters w. Ii. S Oan f. Fisher. Mis j. R. Williams 21 Lieut. G. Fogle a Harper k. Hull w. 11-Tll, r. Mccullun u. Yager Scott d. Vandi Rmark j. Portland go. C killed John w corp Wai Arches Jas Morrow. Wounded and Erson Conil. Isaac Pancake corp Jas s Olcott corp Chas Alk a Geo Gerber win p Johnson Henry m Marker Tollman Morri Jos Miller win Parker. Francis Vedder Rich. Vanderford. Missing Hiram John Airgood Licary Gander Henry Jerrid trios Cul upon co. D killed we Ilat Field j w Nechit Thos Mead Sergt Robt i cell corp Henry Richards Geo Pembroke. Missing nit Kulley corp Henry Wyant Yeti Uruu win Tir Roeg Thos devise. Co k killed Alfred Harris corp George ilm tin win t .-.pano. Wounded sergeant goo i Murphy corp Chas l Murray corp j ii Rhodes Earp Al struck John Whitcum. W Mann Sim Shane Henry Liuch c is fair. Thos Hogarth a uni in Miltone. Frank Iten we Lien Joshua Joseph Bryant. Co. Killed Curtis . Curp j u Bru Mii jail Sam l by get d-Ivi-1 Skinner win Shook Lunray Plaines Jas d Vanic sen. Missing Sergt Philo , Sergt win g corp ii a Yoang Lewis Wright w 1 Carver Francis Koon j Sterling Monroe in Movo Jeremiah Noel. Co g killed corp j p limbo Myron Ames Eli Wheeler Pence. Within sort Louben Mph Jason corp a Arron Merril corp c g b cd is b Eils Worth w u Yajiro. J a Wii Iberson s lotto Oris butt w w Wilson. Sam s , corp Chas m Buck c m Chas Moon g d Rittha a John m Neil 0 is . Lewis Airgood Reuben Mosier m v b Psi Digh. Co. U killed corp Nathaniel of born Geo Cole we Fik George Long win wounded surge j d likens ser p sir l d Conner Cor j c Whysong Cor Peter Barnhart Cor we Freeman win ii ii Beard Alvin Coller Lesier Delano Nathan Freder George Lylie Fisler John l a Mon Jos Lochamire Ash Bury t Long w Lutz Perryt Mullen John Marcum r me cosh to Murray Albert Reed Levi Titan Ben f Sponhower k m showers Alex skin Ner Sam ulatan. Missing Sergt Jos w me Kay win Frankk a Harlow mend w Milter. New York Jan. Letter in the times dated Headquarters army of the Potomac on tuesday evening Jan. Says the right and left wings of the army arc in motion. We shall Endeavor to Cross the River about ten or twelve Miu s above Falmouth. All operations to Mart to deceive the Cne Niv. One of infantry arc to proceed Down the River and feign crossing at several Points a real crossing will be made below should a cer Tain emergency arise. Maj to Spaulding and major Magrudor Are to construct pontoons above. The 15th new York engineers and regulars Are also to throw several Bridges across the River. One train of pontoons is to be held in Reserve directly opposite Fredericks Burk. On saturday evening a company of the 15th new engineers were busily employed in throwing up artillery about 10 Miles below. The Groat Victory of the has had an exhilarating elect upon the army. The sol Diers Are hopeful. Tho world s letter of the 20th. Says Hooker and Franklin moved to Day at 1 marching in heavy order with tents Knap sacks blankets. They took the Road to Ward Hurt Woad Church which is directly Northeast of the United states Ford. Sigel moved at 4 p. M., in the same direction. They arc bivouacked about s Miles out to night. Sunnier will probably move in the morning in the same direction. The Tribune s letter confirms the above and adds we Are impatiently an-1 anxiously look ing for the arrival of pontoons. It was Origi Nally intended that Ilo Okei s grand division should Cross several Miles above at the u. S. Ford. We believe the plan has been changed and both Hooker and Franklin Are to throw their grand divisions across the River at Phink Ford. A. Brigade of infantry under command of the rebel general Wilcox is guarding the passage of th3 River. These forces we shall encounter upon the first Elf it at crossing. The exciting and hair inn ii Jet of building Bridges will be by the crossing of a Large number of men in boats the plan which proved so successful at i Ederick Birg it is understood that a train of forty boats filled with Arm d Nen and rowed Over by Bridge builders will Lear the rebel Rill pits on the opposite Bank and Render a rapid construction of Bridges cer disease All dyes in a Cowie Seii of Iuar caustic the vitality Anil he Autv of the hair Alii roof 1 no Heimstreet s inimitable not Only res twirl a hair to its natural color by a. Easy , hut gives the hair a luxuriant i promotes its Roplh or vent its failing off eradicate Ilan to ruin and health Anil pleasantness to tit Liea fans stood the the original liar and is in Ivor. in both rent to men am it is som by Alt Deit Era he by them of the commercial s. L Luj v. Two 50 Cen a and 31. To current Bank b Ort la Jwo tight. At january 21, Bank at the new York store Beautiful in slue Pink Lilac Given 75 cents Worth Plain Tarl tans All colors and Woituk. Of , bapti8te elegant party fans embroidered dotted and figured laces White embroidered and dotted swisse. General assortment of trimmings suitable for party dresses. Mcdougal co., question before the House and let the Boon county frauds alone. The speaker so ruled. The remainder of the Day was chiefly spent in or. Gregory s Resolution to in quire int secret societies. The Resolution tvs finally tabled and a motion to reconsider the lint motion was n so Laid on the table. Five Days have been frittered away in discussing the Resolution. Nothing further of importance was done except to receive and refer the at Torbay Gener Al s opinion in which he decides that a. Wal lace i Rei Jent of Tho Board of benevolent institutions had vacated his office by accepting a situation under Secretary Chase. Gov. 1 Markci s Lumir viral. J., gov. Parker Deli Erix his inaugural to Day. Much space is devoted to National allure. Lie thinks it our most solemn duty to examine tiie causes of the War. He discusses the nature of our government Ami declares that each slate expressly retains its sovereignty Anil that every right and not expressly Duk guck to the United states is secured to the the of each slate is As in Milcic and real Juji its sphere As the sovereignty of the u. Platen in its phere. It is the Ilu a of huts us if Lii Olvil Alifi a in pc i ill i Iti Iii their sovereignly. To Libia in the army the enormous sum of sixty three million of dollars. Resolutions Aro now pending the Legisla Tures of new Jersey Pennsylvania Indiana and Illinois looking to an armistice and the railing of a National convention. Also resolutions declaring the policy of the democratic party and condemning Tho emancipation proclamation and other part of the a cecum stance int transpired at the elec Tion of United states senator in Pennsylva Nia induced the belief generally that Simon Cameron was at his old game to get a seat for himself in the Senate of the United stitch by bribery. When the clerk called the of or. Schofeld that gentleman before voting for Chas. U. Buckle pc said one Hundred thous and dollars is not enough to buy my this was said in a tone and manner As to cause the belief that he had been offered that sum for his vote which receives strength from the fact that Schofiel has been a Strong personal Friend of Cameron s. A introduced into the Legisla Ture of Ohio thanking Gen. Butler for services rendered at and asking the presi Dent to give him a prominent command. The Resolution of to links was the Reso Lution asking another command for him was lost in the debate upon the Myers of Lucas county denounced the president As weak and As being unfit for the position he holds. Resolutions have Beun introduced protesting the bankrupt Law now pending in con Gress. 1 stat Nln in is to a Provines. Calvin Marshall. Prisoner l i Matt. Co. And missing capt j m Butcher 2d la John Moore. Corp Peter Llam Mer. Privates wounded George Armstrong Din Bowmar Tim Carriger All Clark Oliver p key we Ford jr., Wade Harris we Llight Hen Kirt Silas Mccosh Jer Noee j Puntney Andrew Tarn Ilis sing Lvi 1 Peddycord musician Orlan Tri Inow John an Drews. Co killed corp David Gigler David Swank. Wounded corp d d Coppic Wal lace Nelson Geo Potter Adam Beck Nelson Lanpner. Missing and prisoner d missing Dewalt sinister Geo part Jacob w Lea Cly John Lohman d Christner Peter Baker. Since writing the above it is Learned that the head of the Bridge train has arrived to within half a mile of Llie River. Should Fortune sin ii favourably upon our undertaking during the next twelve hours we Hope to have driven the enemy before us and have gained tie rear of . Then it expected Gen. Grand division will Cross the Rippa Hannock near Falmouth. Then will follow the building of a Railroad Bridge across the la Ippa Hannock. Timbers ars beam and they will be thrown together with the greatest rapidity an-1 communication established by Rai with our supplies. A dispatch to the world says Al thoughts usual rumours have prevailed hero for seven Days there is no reliable information to show that there has been any engagement on the one of the severest storms which has prevailed in this Section for months would have. Prevented any general engagement yesterday while passengers from the army to night full confirm these inferences up to the Lime thei left. The storm has abated but Little. In and Dilion to All this there is Good Assurance tha when anything does take place it will be Al Lowed to be made Public by Telegraph. Certainly no Battle has been fought yet. Be new York express says Bank note companies Are working with great Industry and will soon put enough fresh currency on the Street to furnish More Money than can be used on the Stock Exchange. The advices from Washington and pitch Inonu to Day makes the financial future very Plain. The War is not so far As the rebels Are concerned to end Short of a separation. As the idea of separation is not entertained in Tho Loy Al slates the War will go on and the Public expenditures a met by paper Money in Somo form. As Legal tender notes Are Moat popular and the Only urn people will take arc sure to become rapidly abundant. It is estimated that by the 1st of March the just authorized be printed and put in circulation. By that tiny con Gress will have made provisions to carry on the government up to december the coun try is now in such a state that Federal stocks cannot by sold and it must accept tie other alternative this Issue of currency notes and the consequent in lotion of prices it will cause. If the War had proved Short or it it now showed any signs of ending the conversion of nates into Bonds would have prevented a damaging excels of currency but Mich will not be tiie Case now. This of the National debt and the certainty that it in to be largely Jan. 2t. Def closing out Sale of Winter goods. At no. 75 Columbia Street Valentines Valentines i a. I i Brooks jr., agent for tote to jew to pfc Union Valentine car apart b this largest and Best selected Stock at his. Boos stationery House no. Wayne Ever brought to this cite embracing comic and sentimental at wholesale or retail. Diaries fok1sg3, something every Ono should have. Indiana Farmer s almanac for 1863 Bot i germ in and expressly Sot this Santo they Are the Only reliable almanacs pit blushed for Indiana. January def m. S. we. S. Edsall coir Mission Lerchl hauls on canal st., it. Y the highest Price in Cash for nil kinds of produce pork hides seeds Beans in. Liberal andya cos made on property consigned to them for shipment Eitt d.-c-31.l8ia Dawt s3, hogs. Wanted Headdy hogs Ali a or which the High Eft Markett i ice will be p tid. Win. Edsall co. Barbel poes. A very Nice article of prime v pork Iii do of Squire 4ih pieces Thomside ire. Ibr.-nlix1" vim s Sudall net.3i.lss2. Nicely trimmed earns fur Sale at Edsall co s warehouse. Doc 31, Lsfi-2. Dawt fac Kiing. Or Leaf lard pig ret a Ted with tin Mast a to nil of limn Divitis whooping Cali Iii or 1 a trial sore l Hwai of Iii us Turlis nervous Irrin Mility Tiit re j. Llinat i Piave Unczur i Ector ii for Suva Rel Iii self Anil in my in Niilo fir Shiv Ira can plaints Ami Piave recon in to to Ian have never seen its pour a Soklyn n v. and thousands of important lie pro lured lion Irja Iti Jiaa ratable Cipres and Liat it never 11. Composed of purr Veland Balm of i fail Peru Elva Iii Ine in Luck and Elln a in Vanlith e Andl onit k is prompt and invalids and Sutler n in not affix re to it a Iii Al. . By family have it. It is i Tinti each Rauh bottle. So1il in it a Avn fn.l., Liy Treuil Meyer ii Anil five All principal i a Jarl in Liy or. R. In. U Wynkoop and sold ii is in rfcs prices. French Wool 15c Worth Molair in do 37c. Ii St stylus Hamilton Deh incs 25e to Mininc Hestet to 25c to checks Zdun Worth 33. Do Eugene plaids Worth so. Do Sultini silk checks Worth g21.c to scotch plaids 3uc, bases lit it it tie Queens cloth. Yes. Wide Worth Cashmere and Tibet cloth at Cost. Dress goods of All kinds very Low. Splendid fool Long and spare shawls All of Tii Osk at Cost Best cloaks for Worth splendid Glove rid Balmoral splendid calf Goat Balmoral and Good Assort Merit. Rest cloth Congress gaiters hoots to shoes a wholesale prices. Now is the time to buy goods cheap. Quo b. Orvis co., 3, def dollars in cons Fruct increased will keep people from converting Drake s Plantation hitters. Ulicy purify Stronck Lifen and i Lioy Rrt he i in Viliy to airy if5 nil to the of Nyrl diet. Thoth Liln lit Aryl mind. Liry orca Cut Ntuli tiny purity Llie lir Efth nil ii Wilry of Ilic Ilie y cure Diar Litsi rom Lorn end com Lori in rfcs. Ali by ciiru1 liver in Ipili int Ami Jay Voin Clifty lint Hillers in Lilii in rail. Ulicy make the j limn and Aru Purcal Ruthart t. Trims Roix he Crk a Rotmil Conlinn. Hark and Lieuru and inc Fik Imi with Trio plea Jiing of wit lion ird k by to or div i a turn Lirly i n of tide . All Hull in and a Josim. 1, i mkt Vire new York. New now open. Andrews and Conklin s new photographic rooms in Robinson s buildings adjoining the Post Ohice possess Tho largest Ami finest lights in the City and every e for producing of a Superior on Lur. No pains nor expense spared to Render Satis faction. All work strictly As represented. On a Finch cases rooms open from b a. To 5 p. Hours for children from ii a. To 2 p. M second door on left Side of Hall Andrews con Kun. Fort Wayne. Dee. Do i bg2. D2m a Good american French or German Kitchen girl from the country is wanted. Tie in Gas Lor such service will lil unil at Mai Kast Berry Street it. jail. Ism. . Dawson. Coarse and Fine Salt always on hand Ami 4v Edsall go s. Comers Tel College. Just established by Babbitt Brown and Francisco to be Seq ii in stand my of education to any institution in the . Price reduced to thirty dollars for a Complete commercial course. Penmanship for 15 lessons Jill time unlimited. The rapidly increasing demand for thorough and competent Book Ker pcs has induced Tho above i Neil firm to Olfer to Tho citizen of fort Wayne and Northern Indiana the advantage of first class commercial being one of a Chain of commercial colleges Ibi acing Guilry s commercial College Cincinnati Ohio the Luumi commercial College Dayton Ohio Niji the fort Wayne commercial College. Or Well known author and of the Miami commercial col lege will Divide his time Between the Dayton institution ind the one it fort Wayne lecturing ind drilling the students in All branches of a commercial education. Prof. Muhy of Cincinnati a teacher of National reputation will have Bueil times for lecturing Ami teaching the fort Wayne College. B. F. Brown who was for a Coral years an Active practitioner sit the Cincinnati bar will lecture on Commer Cial Law history and other branches pertaining to 31 commercial education will be Al Resi

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