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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - July 8, 1846, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaTioga Saoi by Jan rats p. Editor and pts Inetor. Co., f terms Dolla s ind fifty cents be r delusive of fifty cents de Doc Wuhan the year an for actual la .1 be one Dollar will be deducted in paper discontinue until All arrearage Guntek at the option of inc editor. not exceeding twelve lines three times for on Dollar and Tor every Maerson notice ice Edig my lines inserted Tor seventy five c he for one or three insertions the 8am Liberal discount to Pearly advertisers. If us in mag ill sir and answer i belie e to be Between mine some two Fen fifteen following add original and ale acquaintance fart since if to publishing you Bould think them Woi ,1 Huberty to do Joe in js46 thou Hast Lenl Rcd on the Ocean vast of matrimony1 and thou Bast embarked in Lope no doubt and be a Rilous fun Ike All other on Earth s seas the danger Rise not for offi Onisi i skies nor y but Frum no Man Gerner Roin ignorance of a ailing. Rom i Ulni on Hoard i caused full Many Hovel and surges und for Lapp mesh. V it Mark 1 in thin. A of to the angry Force t from Adverse Windi t of Helm o or perchance ii these or each Shipwreck. Oft indeed Rise annd Torrin b pour f for Row 1 i Richer was the Himin Gileot bark Dusl roped of owed the direction of this Chart thou accept of mine it 15 an old one1, 1 t Lia i in corrected Ai 1 revised in Row in St ads most cordial la approved i ill nil a Mirs who or Les he seas Hie Chvat it Tike Moi a ration prudence meet n Orl Ullas patience i is cheap i a ind in sort will Yie d thee i Luch. Ilir it in lilt Milder a tucs Amiin Wal Conni gentleness i n c n id nce and marked respect u Una is la Captain and Tho a Viand Mil Uii. Icelic Dicj of his table. Lor thy Trow flu act operate and Lurk is o o hence in a pattern Lepor Mont to their lord and Lune jew wit do of a f ire to Al the ii re or t Lei Linn Sheet Anchor Ca k of Sunj in nip it ii t Iliou will in e out Ever Sturni an in port Ami maj Ilio Starnis he few May n j i Ain Betlij i Ltd ills wild Colci Runckj Ai i uni j Ovist with his poisoned Dart p j i fill no in of Domestic peace pm fir n of nor e for Roach tin pm. Cape an i Isle Lumu go Deal it j i n ii of and bound Forli 1. Harn ins to Chei r Why Soula u it t a relics Oft fill thy s mils Tifi la n lie in m and favouring tul Jirar Ului Triumph ant to the shores of ii is Cut i Lou Arr pm for thy Superior Durt Arl for Lviv Fuji Knops ing o a flu f dark jiul Nail Fis Lizul a poor return try warmest than tic Piure thou a t drawn or Hurt to lie Cornet i Well Sci Orfi with want my mind has Ort s Pencil painted to m i in Ive 11 idling Colour of we i i Nii Ned to 1 crome a Winc l in Jiichi a when i Host who Bou r if hand tried this it bulk nil us prudence is d with i 11 i 1 i m that Booths the heart i f Man t t ice i ions of Success. I i i t1 ruu0h the Ricat Creus wine be o vol. Viil a Btu Ful Story. The Crown 01 a Hundred sous. Rho it was past Mill already been some her a Refl the Youn in escaping from h Ball room when b one of the Landing maid met him and Man Otbo bras wait the fire in an leg Tut feet to emms no. 45. T re. oui or. Night and the Bride had Ime in the nuptial Culpi spouse succeeded at last Frie Nils and leaving he ascended the stairs u f which a wait ing told him to in 1 to new rapped lightly upon door and threw himself at the feel of a the no for him seated near int night dress Rise my said she to her spot be giving Bim her bar d no no replied the Young or an. Seizing upon a we Between Bis own no leave me at draw your hand Fote hand which he clamped Imi carried it to his i our feet and do not w the i fear lest you m Lusion it seems to when a Chi a and of being Happy the Escaje i fear that All this is Only a me that i am the her Ona of those fairy talks which i a Refl to hear hat Al the very Monji enl malicious fairy is to Fly away to laugh with her Compa Over my sorrow and my despair be assured my Friend that yester was lord Melvil i Wulw now i am made la tour your wife dispel from imagination your childhoods fury this but a fable i m de la tour had some reas expect that a Superior Genius interfered his affairs for within the last month e Chanc e or inexplicable Good Fortune Hai dared him Rich an his. Age was then and barely Lovec w hich he was in Day the Street san stopped near him i c i la Ali of f us i i Ilu m c1 ii had the irs and Vurnin 1 in acc Nuh. It i i r i Thi moment they econ Milr r u us Phlp dangerous co i-.1 Nils i in us cycled Thero had 1 a r i s a elect in or Jill i r in the n in in n in or t c disc Conte Alf 1 will i 1 j Earl in i a a Rojoal a 1 i i r in am 1115, or a peaceful port nor Ham 1 i lurch t i u i i ii tured to enrol name i Cli Tol volunteers to try i r i1 t Rou and Uncertain 1 p i l in re Cerlin of Success i i u Ihil gone Tom Way x i v Imp c but of to Lup Vorpi i i ii n Oine barbarous Shore i a a Jedlic ence to those Rul s i by our print High l gave the rules i Lin h Ive May with safety be Llu p ills of Ullin Dang Rou out to him though the Driver Des Board and Bat in i Frederic to of woman glittering Man Iben drove o said the him up with a de your letter by fugal 1 have Jet at my evening be 11 me Madau yes sir j of Happy beyond his de he upon an y five was an or employ me aged when passing t Honore a Sale rigid arid an elegantly or lady leaned Over thei Carriage door and not by name ended let Down the band respectfully in ated by the Side i Ith be the l lady who bad Thui ee1 voice i have r notwithstanding to Lope to see you to m to. Replied Frederic a i beg Vojir Don sir but you much resemble a per try acquaintance Ibal j look you for Hiah indeed then reset any Onemo or what must you Lauce is 10 Etril rid would be deceive been before this explanation coach stopped in Sion and m fre hand to lady me Nln of nip and it it a Ira heart a i i. In la Arm who rules Ilic i Ujj old and bring me safely o Rhian in Trun i Ince Elcome to n be Tiu o of my constant inn of u Iii Etc the picture drawn Fie ions guard my wary s i t l Jisc Lui in dangers which luvs Ili a sails from tic Patel i n 11 r no Rue c re 1 close to scr inspired by gratitude thou e or incline to tempt the was 0 a passage under Hymen s Juji in some kind Friend ing thy set pm i us 1 grand the i is Gale Koa Raul an Adverse Iai safer so boisterous to him who brought. I i o impede Hij to la inc Connice of life s through l m i Loii to t shall be Why soul s err i meet i acc where do foes n Vade. Sor i b ight or disappointments 1 Aht or uus t intrude which can disturb our Louls a prov our Hopes or our perfect Bliss k i of of Tillette lady rot bakes Piei in a cooking stove should hink Hel Good a she Vot sends them t i a Baker of genl Luman Vot shaves himself should 11 1 his Hist Ere in the presence f him a by a Barber Gem mod whole dog is Namei ought not expect to associate with whose log is named Napoleon Gemma i Vot takes his syst ltani1 in Street Mutt not expel Koropey he Gem Era at a t to stick German Vot goes Down l Ito a Celec safely i bump on the table for n and Gemmen vol subscribes of and Doe Aen pay for it Cann 10 the fend of the Printer does pay a news it expect like one in the morning b was Enwei he court of a Superb Eric could not but of i Frederic jazz i our tale n to Vith tier seed lied Root item r his so much Grace w As easily subjugated congratulated himself upon the Happy which gave Rise o his acquaintance Vilh lady Melvil a accepted her Una in a few Day i became one of the most frequent visitors Ibe Rich widow i s sur rounded by adore but they dropped Iff one by one and thing i were so arranged b fore e rolled by iat cleric made the is Home marriage was t was the who first propos Hope of Belt r them to Pant. Nothing is recover a lost or to this Young father fou fears Berguery with to Vau Quynh it Anil the Mother soon followed the and the Young girl was left 80-Dloicul id it so for four a4 i 68 to Janjic t be to in a Lalone in an attic for which the rent was unpaid. Its Only furniture in two Beds if there were in the tale which t am Rel along this i lately the moment Ibeh she would Alp car but there ii none in it t ruined at Paris friends without protectors it Hunt i Bav ing at Lyons debts which Slie was unable and in vain seeking labor the wealth of the poor. Vice it la True arms to her there Are pass by vice without suffer be sullied by its breath. Meanwhile life was be Youmg g parents without Ai stretched out its pure souls which do themselves to the Hun Ger the Day redoubled at night and the miserly of the night was to a second Day passed without food you from table groaning under its Zeighl of dainties where wine too abounds t satisfaction and although it is but since yesterday Frederic that you Are Rich you have no idea of the misery you speak of and Jou wonder that in the midst of the luxury that surrounds you upon thit Arm chair of Goh and silk where i am sitting i can paint to Rou such e picture but listen to me farther. Hunger led this Young girl 16 beg. She overed her head with her Mother s veil la Only heritage she received she inclined her body to imitate age and went Down into the Street shei held out her band j White and fair anal there ing it that hand was then Young girl in the thick Csc if it had been eaten by a h the poor child took her station against Apost not far off from the Young girl of wealthy App in nitrate there As that hand was As danger my show wrapped Bly the h of the veil As Deus leprosy amp and when a Arance passed by the unfortunate one would hold out her hand and ask for a sous a sous co buy a Little stat ii det ii to lie Nis the f Ion but of a Nai throw to a reject Jiff bar Day i5 no Wawi g easily he All i a Enfa Ipa it of line _ t Jtarvis vat a Tho Ace Only u Jed in. Us rtt Dou need me to profit r v t Worth has poor de the 1 Karnagi Able to begged silk an my Eye sports o passion this to the eur l ady1 Vas a fairy Tal tried orphan St Peers of to loaded Dow n through the few months glittering in d he curb Star Chance the c of men my i very Honorah nor Honable Yoni Inlo cd to grat fort having i the bread at pans Young thing else to in the Eving a 6.0us from their pockets Ging girl saw an old Man have some beside draw k the beg passing she also ventured to implore him. Age is often Ava old map passed and night patrols lha night were about to take f pans when the Vytant Onca More held out her hand she addressed Heiselt to a Young Man who Stoppe 1, text in his packet and threw her a piece did he fear to touch the Ric Ioos a no hard and the the evening had been we was approaching and the guards the City sergeants Possession of the streets o Young girl fainting with i 1j i____1_____i c u _ yet Oatt it he of Niy i Tot a led of that any Fin c a .5 t Jpn Ige n 1 it for an Mal Nten ice my for Toni a St ool for romantic 11 was y reason you were Lamal Ress and i r by for end i he u Ife of on d seated n t get where i eco Ujj lord Mel in to Enri was in truth i de la tour arly that sine Mac this marriage re and clothed ads to Marji i Ere i sat is of Fortune end Are the Fane cried treder cd Ery cont act a very foolish thing in the i orld desires he sol that be Hac ind he bought very e Jno uld Altac would Mak married a fre trusted Myse and he proved t inclinations which has Loo was the most a was Rich never could expend led need f Bew justly to him a woman Wlosak i he never repelled cd woman f to to Noble lord of my Fortune and i assisted bin in Days whet he property and to Marr ivring her i came no near i f Money so much of one Al police Oliver who was apparently lying in it Oil at once appear ii wait for the beggar de and laying his hand u you a i have you along my Beau y at this the Joung or some warmth he took to which before he would pol touch Wilh his widow s House agreed upon., but edit Gredenc woul sometimes place i and turning to the bag Pon her said re begging come Brad i 5 of n Iri Terf red wit i Arm of the beggar .1 police officer said this Vroman is not a beggei1, but one of my acquaintances but the against Beggary was gom i repeat that i am a executor of the Low seated i g on to quainter Valli the be fore his Little in okla tier was a band som a must be that of a and consider himself with Alle a Tiki Vias not ugly be dress moderate with a salary of not permit him to in tailor h Sion that he was la by Melvil was Ridge was settler was before Ibe n doubled they Over a million Ihleen Hundred of mrs did i attribute his Good Ortune was forced to the on flu loved for himself fascinated when Trie mar when the future tary his astonish ing to the contract a farm in Normandy Al n the Street Saint Honore Home in Paris and other real e had heart Menti in foreign wealth and pastures in Fredenc a Gold awake from it came to Santio e solemn declared his propert r to be he owned property self he clerk lady my poor Good added he bending Volt to the ear of the boat Jug girl whom he took for an old woman accept these Hundred sous and let me conduct you to the Street by this Means you a ill escape this who pursues i in. Of is this no t Ove him net and go into Ttye world Sho concerts no the new liar of Ruble to which red tout set is the be Rederick s in i was ire i to Nye jut a Bru died he left n made Mysel be except the Nan miserable Mon added Madame Diler Bun hand who wished to sir do Viiu n o you not attend if i had or detached from from a Bali s attached to it a or m Gold said she put lib of of the Peru Sylvania i Jeller from the Hon revering to Souie of Fie in Gen Taylor Row 10 a imminent in the Public Eye augg sled the propriety of noticing att Biu Trine in sketch a few col late reral mailers which May also be of in a in Leffyear James Taylor Ibe first i May soy a from located 10 be part of Virg Isitt. I coming Tram a country where the was considered next to 3bdf it Iwaya nothing Mare than reasonable opinion eve ced be in for that he should Clerfe to the same in though the very goal huh he in coming Here an indiscriminate Equality among men his own name i have a was his eldest son the same and so of his eldest son Down to the present line in no Case has the son died before the a her end although near two centuries Lave pied Prospect a Anil fair for a sue soul indulgence of what in this country at is an for moment prejudice Gen James 3lor, of Newport Kentucky is at the pro cent Tine the senior hating a son of the sane name and the Laiter also a son of the sane and All in Good health general Taylor of Newport was Gen fhe army it Hull s surrender and though w near eighty ears of age 13 always Realo pronounce anathema t unfortunate individual Maran Aiba upon he is w01 Ali in the her Hinds file wished at the with i ight of Zuffi support me till the next Day a med credit things m e r a How it a month i i Stop my age door a or 1 so Arranger self to me that you w Case you his Story 1 the Ikon slipped ii idiom your hand into con lipped the Biride and were passing before Avo in my fac yes my perhaps Hon under the t amp which i had a i pc cried t Friend it l or face Las i whose life and spouse ent re chord ate which he never before med the widow bras Rich in Wales was for ged to curate she had farms Devonshire. A dream and be Ion Thyl mayor and Tai junion but neither the to Noli the Law was his d and he did no. His s feet but grasped Iri of her m Iffe d earn would Nice Frede e to this Ai the Youngmi unwilling to Rel and Madame be lows there was i Cri deceived it is i dress through it ish i i said his wife Able to leave his Hind their that m chair of mine an i let us n at last obeyed Tho High yet ise Hia hold of Bis i a tour commenced i Nee upon a time id Frederic so i in truth a fairy tale 1 listen to n a my Friend the once on a time a Young girl of who had formerly wealthy but who when fifteen years of age had to subs St upon the her father. They resided Al again a hand As Fol not was parents t who Oil thus saved you gave a Crown to lady Melvil your future wife you said Frederick so Beautiful so Young so have begged yes my Friend 1 have received alms once and that was from you the next Day after this and which i now among the happiest Days of my life an old woman whom 1 had inspired with some pity took her House As a seamstress my gaiety returned by labor i became the Friend of the respectable lady with whom lived. One Day lord Melvil came into the room where i was working and sit Down by my Side he was a Man of about sixty tall spare and of repulsive aspect i miss said he i know yous history will you marry 1 marry you i cried yes i Bave immense property which i do not wish to leave to my i have the gout which i do not wish to be taken care of by my domestics brom what i have been Able to learn of you your Char Acter is As upright As it is elevated ii is in your Power to become lady Melvil and to prove that you Are destined for Good Fortune since you have known to support mis i1 i i i loved you continued the Youns woman i hid seen you but once Bat it was impossible Lor me to forget and something in my i Eart said to me that our ought to Roll on together As i looked at lord Melvil a i saw Ilu Melan Cholly countenance Aid Sharp and almost i be t re w for a o c nor at eak and. Elul in Monte i o p v wll e l e c c up shh in b and you turned to or Glnn few hour r Crown it i was w Hen i Vith what 1 leaned a t attract your a zing upon tie first pretext that i a re Learned. If Tho i Hai o known poor lady would have enriched of b1 own old is Erick let from his Grier night dress e be of ins for you Kontir so you see a it is you stay Luapi re Lily 61 Rue made by an g of his Hai its urn to but one tear ent j j met in secret she i where she usion at her re had old Nelvil Ould Only afle s wife s Caritj hasp the and seized the Clown and nil happiness used nut Vir Idaa be annoyed b feel Moody Ai de on into Tern visual w Hong mat a pecuniary has a part disa d Dis Ita Ion Point exist play Bapp t proper be and Date of careful to be prompted in e and that Man poor wad Vith a by Honor Honet keeps his hoc y in u wholesome of Emerenti ill afford a death to Eek of borr rave the world r happen pm have wiped one Lei than to have r Romr jeered millions and in the from re an or in this world s goods near million of ill la i and is Rene father in Law of the Hon John w Tibbats of the House of rep reign natives the collateral of course from the younger sons end daughters All the Uay have extended into Many parts of Virg Nia North Carolina and Kentucky and in fact All Ever the soul Bein slates even into Texas. I once had the pleasure of constr acc ing a family tree for the gratification of the old general at Newport and 1 Well re that among their utter were to be such Dames As James Madison John Taylor of Caroline judge pea Lelon of Vir general Mem Kan Hunt and Many others not unknown to honorable distinction Gen. James of Newport and Habbard and Dick i believe younger Brothers emigrated to Kentucky the very earliest of the two latter took their t wives with them from Virginia but the former did not marry until some Lime after his location at Newport Xac Bary was the Roii i of Dick and forma the subject of Ibe follow ing letter. It still be seen from that but no stale and no country in the Union can claim him As it is that at the time i of Bis birth Ken Lucky was not admitted As a Srahr though i do not 1 his would i make him in the Indian dialect old Rouen 1 and read of the bloody land i House of rep 1st june 1110 you visor of the 27th Ull is received i regret that i cannot you the exact in formation which you request As to the pre Cue relationship Between general Zachary Taylor and my father in , uen James Taylor or air mad non 1 never paid Muth attention to such matters and did not have the pleasure of seeing the Lainily tree made by you As u was commenced Lurje general s House was burned of a n Ary 1 otherwise however itar Xilias ure in giving you such information a i Pas we Chi t Hope May be interesting o you your friends 2 Taylor is now 10 jeers of Asp e is the son of capt Dick Tay or one of hat band pioneers w to settled Ibe dark find bloody to use in in Lian meaning of fhe word Kentucky capt Dick Taylor gov scoot who Wai sometimes a Little profane is reported to have said that it he had to storm the gales of hell he woul i want Dick Foj Lor to lend the column Zoh chary Taylor 11 b Ken Ulvi an by father was from Virginia z. Taylor entered the service As a Lieuten ant of. Infantry m 1606, Hoilly the at tack of the Chesapeake and has remained m the army Ever since he was sent into in Diana and Early engaged in Indian Hostil tipi on the Ith of december 1812, of made a Gallant defence of fort Harrison for which he was to a tend a major by president Madi son which is the oldest in the army in 1832 be led the 1st infantry in the Black Lauk became Iba cd Loncle of the 6th in Fantry i think 10" 1833 in 1830 he was ordered to Florida in thai country he Vas always Foremost in danger with a detach ment of about 500 men composed of parts of the iat 4thvand 6lh regiments of u s in Fantry and some Missouri volunteers be met about 70.0 indians under those famous warriors Sam Jones Coa Coo Che and Alligator on the. 0 be Cho Bee it said that he was Tatai legged to this Battle by invitation Taylor very readily accepted n said to have been the Only instance in which the indians voluntarily gave balt in the Florida War. Tea indians were concealed in a Strong position in a thick swamp covered in front by a Tinall Stream hich was Rende exl almost impassable by col. Taylor flow Tver charged Bis concealed enemy in the face of a deadly Are an4 forced the to yield their ground Inch by Inch at the Point of Ibe Bay upon i in Ity Ijo Ali yes Whon were would to ing More than ote Jon Rob of co Taylor re mailed on we Violeen Faleitu it cheering has men and to the of lautan nelory1 was Complete for Wishe the in Flo Naai in any Large body this Sciort sketch would satisfy Yon that Geo Taylor Wii lose nothing of Bis laurels id of hit bad not already proved that if m not greatly mistaken he will Fanny to be of Thi pc Watert Generali of the he n a Soldier who not nosed to Propri latinate but to Baity by Appeal to the Bayonet yet always Calor firm and Cool in the boor of conflict. Gen Taylor my father in Law who has now retained from the sooth to new port or ill be ate to give you the other Fri for i regret it not in my Power to give. I am very respectfully your of t Berv t John w Tibbatts the rap Cheros of Mexico. It will have observed says the Bol ton Atlas in the several statements that Hare from time to time been put Forth relative to the material of the mexican armies and Raore particularly the one which the american troops have Jost encountered that mention is made of a description of styled Raicic Kuroa this is an appellation derived from theft occupation and of life Ond is common to a similar class of men who subsist on Ibe pampas of South America half Indian ind half so nigh in their extraction gaunt shrivelled though muscular in their frames and dark and Swar thy visage As they Are these men Are the arabs of the american continent living half of the time in Sandle for they Are unrivalled horsemen with in hand they traverse those Vait Plains in of acc of the Buffalo and wild horse who roam them in countless herds the killing of these Ani Mals and Ibe preparation and Sale of their is their sole Means of livelihood other than Occas unaly lending a helping band to of the partisans in the civil wan hat Are continually being waged around them their costume generally cons Isle of a pair of Tough bide Leggins with sandals of the sane material bound together with Leathern Over which is a Blanket with a Bole in the Centre Large enough to allow tire head to be thrust out and which Falls not Ngrace fully Over their shoulders leaving ample room for Ibe play of their arms add to ibis a Broad Straw Sombrero and Bis Lasso hanging ready for use in his Girdle Jou have the Ranck Cra As he appears in the time of peace or in the Pursuit of Bis occupation join to ibis a Long Lance with a Sharp Spear head ornamented with a strip of red Bunting on a horse As Savage and unmanageable As himself and his Bell plentifully supplied with pistols and knives and you live Ibe ran 1 Mckeit As a member of a troop of Banditt or As a Soldier in a body of cavalry cowardly As they generally Are in an open 6eld, yet in a conflict among the Cha Perals of Mexico or in Ambuscade they Are indeed a Formida ble enemy their Power of enduring Faligan is Alno oat me Ausla be and a scanty meat per diem of jerked beef and plantain suffices to Lieari during Moells such Are the ranch Roi and under Dat i plied control they would be rendered the Best Light troops in the world these Are lha men who comprise the great body of mexican cavalry and they Are to the armies if that nation what the cossacks Are to the on the Alert never to be sur prised and untiring in the Pursuit of the Foa when plunder no Macer How trifling is to be obtained i i from the Houston 1 eras the egr pm june 3d the Campaign against Mexico. 1 a Road by which Ampudia has retreated offers no cer Lodl of i Staples to the March of our army and it 11 Well to Many of the soldiers of Texas who Are now in the Camp of general Taylor from Matamoras to Montery a distance of about 250 Miles the Road runs through an i open Fertile Valley Well watered and inter i Persed with numerous flourishing villages where provisions would be found to abundance i there Are do lateral valleys filled with Denie settlements where an opposing army could. Be organized to Cut off the supplies of the invading army few slight far Tinct front at Monterey would probably scarcely be defended or obstruct the March of Al my a Tingle Day. Above this City however at the pass of the Sierre Madre the m Erica a army might make a stood but this would offer such advantages to oar riflemen that they would soon Delodge the mexican who should venture to defend it out Rifle Man could comb Mountain poll themselves in the crevices of the Rock among the crags and ravines and fire upon. The enemy at their Jet ure cavalry and artillery of the mexicans would Neceta Rily be huddled together in the narrow pan and would be Unab e to stand against the Mur Derous fire of the american riflemen a single Day tha rugged Mountain passes of the Sierra Madre which Are considered Imp rag Nable to cavalry and artillery offer Little of no impediment to the of riflemen m they Are defended by riflemen the mexi cans having few riflemen in their army con sequently cannot defend these panes a gait our troops whenever the american army has passed the Sierra Madre Tea High Road to the capital in open before it leading Over Ibe elevated healthy table lands of the great Chain of the Sierra through highly cultivated. From which an Aben dance of pro if ions and forage could be obtained for the a

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