Terre Haute Wabash Enquirer in Terre-Haute, Indiana
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Terre Haute Wabash Enquirer (Newspaper) - October 14, 1840, Terre Haute, Indiana H r in f a a published every wednesday a Pakiko with Tai Rree Dox of a Mam it my bar fryc to a Avi Altok be Bemon to lame ii. Terril haute Yigo county in a Daiva act Obs 14, Lyslo. F a. Chaff a. A amp Riiber the Wabash enquirer it published every wednesday a office on Al Between of Abath and Ohio Torrelt directly East of the court Houte. Tkrm8. Two dollars pkg annual in Advance. Paper will invariably be discontinued As Boon As the time for Winch they have been paid expires. One Dollar will be received for six month and fifty cents for three Nio thu. Five dollars in Advance will pay for three years or for three paper for one year. Advertisements inserted three times at one Dollar a Square h lines to to continued at the rate of Quot to cents Pur ski Iiri wet Kly. I Milost the Jinni Ber of insertions be marked l u a Mihili Ripe. Wynn handed in it will he continued till ordered Cut and charged accordingly. Advertisement i it published by the Quarter or Long $350 Freehold qualification How nearly it approached to Universal suffrage the Freehold qualification would have excluded probably Tuio third of the voters in this state the committee s proposal would hardly have excluded half a dozen in cach county. Who is there Artong us who neither pays a tax nor musters nor works the Road such a Man can hardly be found among us. Now did or. Van Buren advocate the abolition of the old Freehold qualification 1 he did in the most Earnest and unqualified terms. His speech on the subject in reply to judge Spencer and to Chancellor Kent who had said that if the Freehold qualification was abolished the deed Quot would meet with the scorn and reproach of the is Given at pages 129, Iho ill. 1.m2. Pm. And i -5. It is too not for insertion Here but i oily the con i Clu Iii g paragraph in evidence of its tone Atid Scenti Rise it Quot if he could possibly believe Quot added or. Van Muren Quot that any portion of liw calamitous Conse or will be charged a Square $6 for six months �?z.,, Rev Uit from the rejection of the Amend or $10 a year. A ent to re not re m the vote for senators the free merchants druggists and others advertise no by qualification which had been so feelingly pour the year will be charged for two squares a in Cir by tie honorable gentleman from Albany for three squares $20 for Quarter of a column of Kent and for whom he would repeat the a 2000 Ems. Half a column. $.>0 three for this ?z.ldgfnpnt a of his respect and regard he would Tif a column $63 for a column a year. by statute must be pail for in Advance. Advertisements coining from abroad must be no Coin it Aii cd with the Cash unless ordered Kcjr Public Ilion by a brother publisher. O a of Tage must be paid. Be the last Man in society who would vote for it. Hut believing As he Doncien Tinsly did that Mose fears were altogether unfounded. Hoping and expecting that i i he results would from the abolition of the a Freehold qualification and hoping i too that caution and circumspection would preside Over the settlement of the general right of suffrage Van in ren s court in Winch was hereafter to be made and knowing be Ime in jilt of suf Frua in Sheib Idt that this state in abolishing the Freehold qual Nln oink. Ctn Eilon. I fiction would but be uniting herself in the March Auer s w Kiich Iod to the a invent i n. \ an in run Quot a of principle which had already prevailed in every from Ike Soili or Gerii sen inti. The Public on this head. At Page 142, or. Van Burdt Stys Quot one word on the main a aeration before the committee. Vve had already reached the verge of Universal suffrage. There wan but one Btu a beyond. And Are gentlemen prepared to take that step 1 we Werc opening this invaluable right. He was Dia Posea to go As a a any Man in the Extension of rational Liberty but he a Ould not consent to undervalue tia. Precious. Privilege so far As to Confer it via in in discrimination band upon every one Black or White who would be kind enough to condescend to accept the Salem la whig of july 18, 1840, now lies before Itte and on its rth Page i find he above paragraph copied at far at the Vordt every one and there it Stofen end no the sentence Usu a period. Iff i it clo Iid there hat aggravates the Dishon by that the editor in introducing the article these extracts Quot we hav collected them with great care and vae stake our character fur veracity at individuals on their Corre Tuett. Moreover we say. That the extract Given below Are not garbled As Are those wich appear in the i it not monstrous that any Man pretending to Cha Raitter above that of an abandoned Street Vagabond should Quot slake his character for veracity As an individual Quot on a vile palpable falsehood like that which Anyan who has the original document can select in an instant and All for the paltry Sake of a Little political capital to serve the unworthy purposes of the moment i have stated above that the proposal of or. Wheeler to admit negroes on the same footing As White men patted in spite of or. Van Buren s opposition to it. See vote at Page 146 being 63 the whole ayes to 5.j noes the whole matter was then referred up a committee of la who reported against it. In reference to Tim passage of that vote and its sub Ion except two of three including get sent rejection in the committee or. Van Buren tiie Royal charter of Rhode would cheer i Gay p Ige 182fully record Lus vote against the the motion of 1 he amendment to retain the Freehold qua Ifica a Leman from Columbia this Day hinted at the numerous objections which be had to the proposition which the Osiier Day passed the convention in regard to the right of eur rage objections which provi i tvs Rii the Ong in . U a a re of Quot Omri Pittee on suffrage. Abolition Tif Fri Hild qualification advocated by or. Van Tiren except in the Case of negroes. Or. V in Huren concurs Witti the committee with a slight nod Silica cation. He out poses plating Nef roes on tie same footing As Whites and is the Keoki acc cd of being the enemy of Universal suffrage Camla lou9 garb into of extracts by a whig newspaper. Van Buren and two thirds of the convention a alter and Amend it two Only of which or. Van by Vor a restricted negro vote and Are arranged ren voted for or favored and was finally passed without any alteration in substance except that hold estate of the value of $250 Over and above All a a v i k. J a debts and encumbrances charged thereon Quot was Al-1 Ork Abonit Twenty have thous a votes Nan is Lowed a vote 1 i Ile unde r the Liberal Extension of the Rig tit 0� the i time. Of the two alterations approved by or. Van by delegates to this convention she had but i there fire by the friends of general Harrison we approved an unrestricted one. Old statute books Are reformed and Wise refi Ermers arc bold with out being Rah. And do not risk every thing by gras ing at too much. Such a democratic reformer is Van Kiiren. It frequently happens in this world that a a the Moet atut de for the Best deeds of his life Tinie. Of the two alterations approved by so it has been with Martin v.\7t . There ren one was to permit negroes or men of color to is portion of his political career iha.1 Ole. Under the above Retton Lions. The other was More warmly entitles him to the gratitude and con to add to the Highway Piialii location that of a House Tidence of his fellow i , than the stand he took Holder so that if a Man paid no tax and did not during the late w a and the course he a or sized As Muster and claimed a right to vote solely because a member of the new York convention. Vet both in a had worked on the Road or. Van Buren desired of these Good deeds Are actually twisted into mat m that Case to add that he should be a Householder ters o violent accusation against him. In regard i his however though it was his first Choice he did to the War i have in a previous number clearly j not insist on but gave it up and acquiesced in the shown that his course was that of an Active and in report of the committee. Compromising Patriot. It shall now be i repeat that it Ceery Over of it Pec. Tui Uig Reed. Clearly that Hie course in Iho convention was that i from tie very first with the committee Atid if this of a sound Democrat. I is denied i Here insert positive unanswerable proof the convention was held in the i Al. The of my assertion. At Page 181 of the journal of the circuit sauces w hich led to it Are explained in a let convention we find or. Van Buren speaking thus Khz and thus the Freehold qualification which had of Long been the Law of new York was struck out at last from her Constitution. I j. u j a Quot iof he intended to make had the committee reported in 1 he report of the omit teen suffrage was then debated at great length various proposals made to he would be Able to convince Ever member of this committee of the dangerous and alarming tendency of that precipitate and a expect �1 l in. U r i de prostration of All qualifications. At this moment Man of color who shall have been for three years a. To i him it v. Or. J he would Tilv Sav that Amu Iii the Many evils which a citizen of the state and for one year next priced a r. J j 1 two Ulii. U j j j now from an unrestricted Sulf Raore. The of owing ing any election been seized and possessed of a tree i a i a Quot Quot a would be the most injurious. It Wou d give to the Democrato to the Rauly the fighting hero of the thames col. R. Jjo As will be a Een by another notice in this Pap is about to pay us a visit. His appointments Are at Kos Kville on tuesday the 20th of october. At Terre haute on the 21st. At Carlisle on the 234 at Vincennes on the 24th. At new Harmony on the 20th. At a tans Lyle on the 28th. At Rockport on the 29th. At Troy on the 30th. At Rome on the 31st. Tow democrats turn out i list us rally and do Honor to the scar Corlena Veteran who bears the certificates of his Talor on h s Frame. Lictus Mel him and Welcome him As becomes the i on of Liberty Home Forward Ftp Low democrats one and All. Come Forward All of you who wish to do hover to the real hero whose shattered Frame and limping get Are better in Difini to would drive sober n Index people fro a the polls 1 Elf a f a a a paper . Come All who hat at he Arii Hus then those passages in or. Van Huren s a Quot a Success of you of Jedi ermonian jacks Oulu democratic principles speeches which show a determination not to place i i it there be a great Grather Lugt of tic pc pc. List none stay away. Let us fetus Lhowe ported by the committee were a Quot a a a a eral leaning towards a property Opp acts to Etc Federal whigs that a the Highway qualification being under consideration or. Van Buren said that As the vote he should now give on what was called the Highway qualification would be different from what it had been Ona former occasion he Felt it a duty to make a Brief i thirteen thousand. That the character of the increased number of votes would be such As would Render their elections rather a curse than a betting a which would drive from the polls All sober minded people and such he was Happy to find was the United opinion or nearly so of the delegation front that this passage about a Quot curse rather than a Blessing is continually quoted against or. Van Buren. In proof of his aristocratic opposition to Universal suffrage without giving tho la a by hit. That he was arguing a proposal to a Jive to All Blacks and whiles the right to vote. Vrho that knows any thing about the vicious and degraded coloured population that swarms in the obscure lanes and alleys of the City of new York would not regard their free admission to the x As a curse who will Denv that ter written by or. Van Buren himself under Date of july 6, in Rej Fly to a letter of enquiry addressed to him by or. W. L. Tillinghast and others being a committee of mechanics of the state of Rhode Island. Or. \ an Buren there says by the fir to Constitution of new York. The pot set Tiffi of a Frt Ehold Qualli fiction of the Raluca of explanation of the �2. >1>, Over and above All debts Chargi d thereon was i he qualifications reported by. C a .1. Noce Sarv t. Entitled a person to ooh governor or three kinds Viz the payment of a Money tax w Lilc at the verhame time he is lieutenant Gocr nor and senators. Members of the performance of military duty and work Ilg on Quot actually charged see Salem whig of july 18, Al Assembly were re. Sen by person. Any no Tare ,.ud the highways. The two former had met with his with voting to place the Black Man Potsou Iris Freehold of the Char Alvr of $7or decided approbation to the latter he wished to add a jul to with the White renting tenements of the Ai Inual value of f.5. The additional qualification that the elector if he the Obok us injustice and ascertained ii iut Lity paid no tax performed no militia duty but offered his vote on the sole ground that he Laboured on the highways should also be a Householder and was the Only Point in which he had dissented the report of there Caj beat them if we Well c f this regulation together with flier i auses led in 1821, to tie Callol a t it a the revision of t or state Constitution. Of 1 had the Honor to be a member and in the discharge of the duties imposed upon me by that Situ Itman i Laboured and. In conjunction with a majority of the convention Laboured succeed fully to Abo Listi the Freehold Juall Ficat or. Van Buren then goes on state that he voted in that convention to extend the right of suffrage to Quot every c Tizon w to should contribute to the sup upon what pretence is this last accusation found prevent the exclusion of negroes from the polls de 1 upon or. Van Buren s vote Page 106 to 1 w Slature had seen fit to exclude then. Strike out the word White. This Provee or. Van to quote this Law for the Sake of blaming Buren s wish to admit negroes to the right of voting general Harrison but Only to show Tim utter Incon committee. L o effect this object he had supported a motion Quot Quot a Quot every condition. Under some conditions or other. It proves nothing else nothing More. For to leave the word there. Was to exclude All persons of color absolutely and made by a gentleman from dutchess to strike out the Highway qualification Mth a Vieu of adding Householder that to on after full discussion had prevailed by a majority of Twenty. But what was the consequence the very next Day the a port of in had thought the Highway tax a a taxes in Money or by labor on the highways olt a qualification voted that every Pertot of by service according to Law in the edit a. He Twenty one years of age having a certain term of adds Quot this provision however dues not extend ree Denic. And excluding actual pauper should be Quot to persons of color w to by the Constitution of pm a Quot every officer in the govern 1821, Are not allowed to vote unless Tivey have Quot been for three years citizens of the state for on Quot year before the election seized and posse seed of a a a Freehold of the Clear value of $250, and have been rated and paid a tax this is a Short and True statement of or. Van Ruren a coarse in that convention As the records Stow and ought alone to suffice in evidence since it we publicly put Forth by Van Buren himself Over his own signature More than three years before he was elected president and to this Day not even party virulence has ventured to accuse him of falsehood. But As the matter has been ingeniously tortured to his prejudice even to their shame be it spoken it by journalists of me standing we will go Back to the original document the journal of the convention it eur Quot edition of 1821, by l. H. Clarke. Nothing is More easy than to misrepresent a Man s course from Nuch a document As this. A member s vote on a particular clause of m Bill or a particular amendment to sume proposal furnishes if taken by itself no certain proof of his opinion or intention. A Ery Man who a Ever a Ervein a legislative body Well a a own Liis. It can be easily explained even to Tbone who have not a neb exp Nence. Heart of this in mind let As proceed with our examination of or. Van Buren. Course on the suffrage question. Tim first move in regard to it was the a Wint ment of a committee Page 10 Quot on the right of suffrage which reported Page 70 Tbs to following amen Lipot to the copy tit it tip month next pts Cadiz Titre paid any to a Maea aed upon 4iiii,or Alp Witlip one year preen dim of Al too. I talc Mac Tsilta a brie a a a we hmm paid we uie , Wuksta ment from the highest to the lowest far outrunning in this particular the other states in this Union and when the proviso by which negroes having a Freehold of $250 were subjected to taxation and permitted to vote was under consideration or. Van Buren see Page 186 himself explains the course he had pursued Quot or. Van Buren said he had voted against a total and Una Ali a exclusion for he would not draw a Revenue from them and yet deny to them the right of suffrage. But this proviso met his approbation. They were exempted from taxation until they had qualified themselves to vote. The right was not a mixed to exclude any portion of the Community verging from the extreme of restricted to that of i who will not exercise the right of suffrage in it up Universal f to this held out induced ints to Industry and this opens up to us at once the whole secret of the game. Some of those very federalists who first an Buren Theu voted % the proviso. And strove to retain the Freehold qua Tifni action after they who Are those who by voting against the proviso. Iofi to of Finitia if afle ii 4�. Elia i to Yenta Leeor Dlf Salt by at a Oil exec to my Tom a a i Bav a a read a Pittl to vote of a re he to High be a if go Nfn a Insp nerd ably. And All Ether a hmm be �imu4 of tto Reeis if pm us a a Ihil a Mui Nam la had been by the efforts of or. Van Buren and others deft ated in their attempts turned round and voted that All persons observe i no distinction of Colora should be allowed to vote. Every Man can see the intention. It was b running into extravagance to destroy the whole. Here we have the explanation of a Short paragraph at Page 145, which is continually quoted against or. Van Buren. 1reads Quot or. Van Buren occupied the floor for a one time in expressing his sentiments decidedly against Ike amendment and against Universal suffrage. We were Haz arding every thing by going to such lengths in the a Nienan it ent the people would never Sanction now what was this amendment which or. Van Buren was that Quot decidedly against what tort of Universal suffrage a it to Ufa ice he Here declares himself opposed it was or. Wheeler s amendment called up by or. Youngf Page 145. What was that amendment 1 it is f Iven at Spige 141, and read As follows to Ameid by adding a it and Alio every Otbo male Ituen. Of the age of Twenty one years a Haj Hsu has i Bea three fear a big 9te�7ll�d a do Obj year a re a ideas of the Beer or City Kimm aia r4hlbr�bi� Vole Pai Rora and it Iraq a Tex All Bale cilium. My lilt Ani White is Tbs propose tip a. Irf4t��l%,�tm� moves to Ibsen but it the we Rry led. Or. Al Mem Otic f in in Sleem Federm pkg mie4 Vilim to re a my 14ft a favor of the a Imam in re a Zooie Ungto into the est few Imor a opt Iii us Nase Almida into a i thu off a lit it vae �brri�4 4 Caa any my Mitsuji a a ill Quot to u of Cir do Airen of be la ohm be vote�<�i4 be a ibo showed that they were in favor of and quitting Blacks and Whites to vote on equip terms. Thirteen out of the Nineteen Federal who voted Page 137 against abolishing the Freehold qualification or Whites voted Page 186 in favo Ajo abolishing for Blacks. Five only4f these federalists voted to restrict the negro vote 9ne being absent or not voting. Them twisting i de Federal leaders in the convention Ciao cellar Kent judge Spencer and others advocated in debate the negro vote without the restriction. It is easy to perceive in which party in those Days the abolition feeling prevailed. More that two third of the convention the vote was 71 to 33 voted with or. Van Buren to restrict the negro vote the men possessed of a unencumbered Freehold Worth 250. I even against Tai vote to befit i sometimes an outcry made. Yet it can hardly be doubted that it was in act ordnance with Public opinion in the state of new York at the time it was Given and it is not pretended that any evil whatever he resulted from it. A and who Are they Whir raise this outcry Van Buren s coarse in regard to negro us age 1 the partisans of general a Irrigoo to As governor of in Tana approved a Taw not Only permit in negro Leif Elvage but in regard to the right of voting every respt4ivklkm Tymn Tutini As his my. 1 repeat it a the Sam i food ing As White Mee. A is thie denied t it in very Imp proof Liee be tire 4n#i in tin Hviid ooze of Sot. Into Tow Deeta in ih4 Obi Lotf Mera it Page Sis ency and shortsightedness of some of his followers whose Zeal outruns their knowledge. These men if they had common prudence would never mention the subject a negro suffrage. They have actually brought up against Van Buren As a crime that of which if crime it be he Tocu innocent end Harrison was guilty namely the placing negroes in regard to suffrage on the same footing As White men. I have not in these articles brought up to revised code nor commented upon the old Law hich were approved As governor by general Harrison because i do not consider the arguments derived from the approval of these Laws As Strong As Many others appear to have thought them. It does not seem to me in strictness fair to measure the Laws of thirty years ago by the Standard of to Day. Barbarous Laws drop out from the statute Book slowly and gradually. Each generation is More Liberal than the preceding. Year by year the a Reat Experiment of self government progresses. We have the advantage of More experience than our ancestors possessed half a Century ago. We ought to be More Liberal than they. Thirty Throe years ago it seems a Freehold qualification was tolerated in this state then a Territo. By. Who would endure it to Day Twenty Yea a ago a yet More severe Freehold qualification of was tolerated in new York and the convention which abolished it did not venture fully and instantly to establish Universal suffrage even for White men. That followed amp be years a awards. The of test of the liberality and demo Cracy of a Man Ory party is found by end Alirio whether they have advanced before or lagged Bej id the spirit of improvement of tiv air Day and pm ratio. The efforts made and successfully mime by or. Van Buren a Nubia Ottlo pier Republican lamp tube con Wentien a Ltd i top Loquence and Talent of Kent speaker and olb Abo heh the Long it abolished frceh<qualli0calion entitle them Lott gratitude of a Rue Friend of Liberty. And it it party spirit a Eek to tarnish the Goffo of by Infin rating that though they did such they do i. Not do a a try Ibin a that though they a you w m it oin the a a Ienz a cd trite bobs of their Tat Ltd the. A rift Cratie Pahhe Ipin ii contain a do by in stride town de Universal but Ohge Twy Yutt a Topp few Ana and uni Mph it Aktepe of Tbs final of if pity spirit to Iii pan by the Ewi Ted and can think a Ndu it pm ii of nothing but the email imperfection Atill lift to tabla then Candor step in and bide a remember that Gen. Harrison it. Gold last and most convincing urge Meito in favor of Seq. Mum for the presidency is that he intends to sep on a bundle of Straw in the White House. When foreign and his Cabinet Council visit him he will turn up a half a Bushel a Peck measure and an old barn bucket for them to sit upon. His plates will be Buckeye a Iii Forks three pronged twin of Sassafras his knit those having been used in a lemonade shop Ana All other things in proportion. Well we go in for this but desire to see Nicholas Biddle Alfred Kelly and other Tow Trowers Fellows set the example in their own House. Let us have the practice and then we go for the Precept. To sleep it in a pile of Straw with a stable a go for covering would be the prettiest thing Ivaa Gillule for the dear whig Laisee after returning from a by night Ball of for a whig president and an Quot Wilst room Quot of cider barrels and Coon skins and owls and Bank rag Fly what a cashier of such a concern that Wool hat boy Charles Anthony would make his striped breeches and toe Nills knocked off by running Barefoot Over the rocks of mad River after fish Worms to catch Nymo Asfor his Mother s breakfast. A we democrats do the things out of necessity and we speak from a pretty i experience. But when the Quot Shade covered Quot lawyers and Bankers Doit to catch eur votes surely their sufferings Are sufficiently intolerable to trap our fearful i spa thief i As a Tippecanoe committee Man Wolrid a a fresh cider Caak statesman. A come it tip go it Tyler r a Oato or. Ad.\m3 . Lincoln says there were thirteen ram Lions a year. On recurring to or. Adams us Meage in 1828, we find he aay As follows i the expenditure of the throb to Atia Babaa of the year Haite amounted to $18,.714,226 66. At the opening of Congress 4p a. 1827, or. Adams again said the Esperti Buret of Ike Yeter May Perham amount to 2,30u,u0u fire seizing a a Moi to cedi Over the receipts. Again in Hie Mee aage for 1631 to aay Tju fats a a car stay Probach. Ii a Jit jolted a Ltd 69 be this 111 j a be Ahrn tipi met Flag if my info Tutor it Iii Infalt liable Hifp wagering. V the a magnificent a Higgie Are in their endeavours to make the people believe that Gen. Vurn is cer am of being elected and Stop at nothing that will tend to create this impress Biol. For their edification we clip the following Frem a late new York paper it affords a Fine Opper Tabithy fur them to confirm their bragging Ntovas re pub. $15,000 in look at this the subscribers want to bet if Tjoen thoc3 and dollars that William Henry Harrison will not be elected president of the United to at the coming election in Ove Ilir Money must b6 sealed of and depot cited in Ond 6f the safety fund Banks that will not figure too largely with the Case. No red Back taken. John Walc Barbell. Port Byronn. Y., 1840. 0 a Quot Hickory poll a a a lately raised at Gancit to Diana with a twin Tifful banners on Wieb was inscribed Quot inn aha Moar by to Baths right. Keep the Ball in potion Uttmi not Piber when every Democrat does his an fiery one address the peo de in defence of in pity who can do so a Indiana will be redeemed whig rhymes. Weft i of Bis roof. That the pin use am in mls a i wife. Quot we Wra several Tini Btu and Bih Iii Var Jet eee if pm Eption a a so on def Foj a a i in i fall i that every frs male in a bit ant the age of Tim nay a i Ymir Nimat in Tbs a to res it Iory. And who Bath been a Cit Iaea Tib Imu in Ibe Union or who Bath Bena Tern Rama Raa tent to Dible Are Mif Liiv an4 a Bialy a Imam he Quot b i. t a a Quot. A Yili l>at��p7.ili�rbbbly Mattart iee��ie4ie� aaa�ej�olaiirbi�bmo4.bddbei Dene Atic of Forra naval wild or a a. A Minn soft in Advance of Patio i Iii Iii. Am Jui buy ear vying that opinion alms it to and vain in a la by Mem a tit b Blat Weka Rand a Bott is nil the Pabst Quot the a big party rises As their country sinks Quot our party is orator on t other night at their Bard cider a a it so is hemp a Bipia and flfmic9 be done both will go dii%9n together a . Who Ari tub to cd show ii Bow elect Kent. -. Quot Twila Ona la five Aid carry me Quot twice aija Niimd eighteen a by two a Iyo a Ana May Ilia Bestjr it a Tilp. Dey Caa beat Day he. In Mil. The few a a do he Faldi a Mona papae Al blk i the Dob Evait we Aai by Fetik . A a a a arts lbs let to to Arumi Tbs i cult a aay Tetef if a Ite a ii amp heft a by do an Jbf a Tarp min it a bad Deal at Tab Ift m i bail Baa. Iba ant in. / 5/

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