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SUNDAY MORNING1. IDEEHBE' 27. 196A. .
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RIEGU LA R kE'~tSION.
('ITY IALL.. New f)RLrANs, 1 b
December 1.. 1.i. j ti
The board met pursuant to adjouroment. 1
Present-Prestdent Markey, and Messrs. Bo
guille, Kaiser, Pessou, Poynot, Prades and ft
On motion the reading of the minutes was ti
dispensed with. tl
ROMa TIus I.Oa EXt ra BoRn.
A crmmunicatlon relative to the control of the
Iaienville draining machine was referred to the h
c( mnmittee of streets and landings. ti
Th.e ftclowirg was concurred in on first reading: w
1:; , 'reI, That frmrn and after the let of Jannm
ary. I~ 'I, the treasurer and all others -ol'ecting or
re ceiving nmoney for the city of New Oirleane are
irnstructed to receive in payment. of taxes, tr
licerses, or any other dues, only United ttates tl
c urrocy. 1I
1.... r,./ That within five days alter the pro- cs
n t.lati, n of the foregoing resolatror, all of the p;
0 lury tieu in the city treasury knIwn as city
n ri y sha!l be ce unted and destroyedlin the man- he
nrr pre c hit in ex-'ling ordina ra, anl the to
treasurer Is hereby forbidden to pay nt any of w
asad ni tey. on any account whatever. s
Mr. l'r+idos offered the followming an :pdment: it
In I lace of the words " U. t.. curreiny," insert
"one half of the amount In city money 'only and on
ci r ditton that the other half be paid is U. ,. cur
Wi,ich was laid on the table by th.: following o
Yeas--President Markey and Meussi. Bognille,
PI'onot and Shields-4. h
Nays-Messrs. Kaiser, Peason and rralos-3.
The resolution was then concurredl o on second j
reading by the following vcte, the irule being e
weived : 0
Seas--President Markey and Mesrs. Bguille 14
Kaiser, Po)not and 8hiclds- -5.
Nay--Mr. Prados-1. tl
The rule ibeing waived, Mr. Shields offered the
lIe Ilt d, That any and all holdsra of city
money shall be permitted during sixty (60) days I
alter the promulgation of this resolution, to de- o
posit rald money in the treasury of thi city, for C
which the treasurer shall give his rect ,t, and re- f,
port to the controller on each and ev-ry day the n
amorunt so deposited and by whom deposited. and
in exchange for which receipt he or they shall be 2
entitled to receive certificates of i'ldebtedne-s a,
bearing interest at the rate of five (.) per cent per t
annum. Said city money shall be clipped or
stamped ike bank checks, in presences of the de- v
positor, and before the insance of the receipt. a
This was adopted on first reading, and on second a
reading by the following vote, the rule being suo
pended, and ordered to be sent to the other board: a
Year-President Markey, and Messrs Boguille, c
Kaiser, O'Brien, Peason, Po3not and E.ields-7. b
Nay-- Mr. Prados-1.
The following were concurred in oo first read- a
lNes,.lred, That the adjudication ty the control.
ler on the 12th December, l1,si, of the contract t
fotr collecting the revenues of the Claiborne mar
ket for the term of one year from the It of
January, 1"69, to C. Mosel, security J. Goudlier for
the sum of one thousand dollars per month, be and o
the same is hereby approved.
i;r .'.r "Id, That the mayor be and he is hereby au
thorized to sign and execute on behalf of the city, a
before the city notary, a contract with C Mosel, asi
principaland J.Ooudler.assecurity, for the farming
of the revenues of the Claiborne market for one
year from the 1st of Jan. It6,, for and in consid- 1
erasion of the sum of $12,000, payable 1-12 month- a
ly: ,'rutled, that said C. Mosel agree in accepting
this contract: That the city of New Orleans shall h
have the right and privilege to annul the same at ,
one day's notice without damages, after returning a
slech of his notes as may nrt have become due at c
the time of said annulment.
I. stilred, That the adjudication by the eon
troller, on the 12th lnt., of the contract to col.
lect the revenues of the Washington Market for
the year 1-4;: to A. Itooion. security Vincent
Mitr'a, for tie sum of i2,200, lie and the same is
hereby apprr ved.
1;, .-. .1 :,,. r,, That the mayor b,. and he is
herebtty auttacrird to enter intto contr act by no- t
tar:al act, in behalf of the city of Ne* Orleans, a
with A. Bousion as principal aind Vincert Macas as d
security, for the farming of the Washington Mar.
het, for and in consideration of the sam of twenty- t
two hundred dollars. r
l.rdree ld, That the adjudication by the con- t
trloder, on, the 121th alt. of bhe contract to col. t
lect the revenues of the Sorapuru Mark-t for the a
)ear Ilt;: to L. Itedon, secarlty 0. M. Redon, for
the num of $6,00,0, be and the same is hereby ap
Ii .,lried fitth, i-. That the tnayor be and he is
hberr ly auithrued to enter into contract by no
tarial act. in behalf of the city of New Orleans,
with I.. ltedon as principal and O. M. jtedon as
se urirty, for the farming of the Sorapucu Market,
it r and in consideratioa of the sum of t.ght tnou
amnd and fifty dollars.
I;,i,,e.~l, That the arldjodicatlon by the con
troller, on the lbh nit., or the contraot to coliret b
tic reve Iiir of the Port Market for the year I', c
to .\. l:tousiio, security Vincent Micas, for the as.n
ot $17,lIt. le andi the same Is hereby approved.
m ;,, i ),'j f. -te,.. That the mayor be and he is
here tby aurith rted to enter into contract by n,
tarnal nc.t, in behalf of the city of New Orleans,
with \ Housioin sc principal and Vincent Mfaas
as -ecurity, fir the farming of the Port Market,
ia r asd in consideration of the sum of seventeen I
thIouisard one hundred dollars.
I,,sre i, That the atjudication by the con
trillerr itn the 12th inst.. of the contract to collect t
m the revenues ot the Bretonne Market for the year t
I 1'. to0 Jr-n Cazeaux. security 1)ereth.. for the t
sum of S1100, be and the same is hereby ap
1it.-nlred ftie'Aer, That the mayor be and he is I
heleby autlorized to sign and execute, on behalf
of the city, before the city notary, the necessary
contrset or lease with Jean Caseaux and his se
curity for the farming of the revenaes of the Bra
tneor Market for one year from the lst Januarn,
lr::'. for and in consideration of the sumra of $110,). r
It,'ri, ,l. That the adjudicatloo by the con
trn ll1r irn the 12 h nit., of the cintract to colle ,t
tin- revenues of the t1. Bernard Market Cr the
rear i't'1. to hierre Ielord. security J. Cle:ts an
1i.. - r f.7l.u at s ~rr'ie-, for thel eaum of $1i, I
I e at , Ife sime Is hereby approved.
I,'1;rt.rrl fart.arc, That the nmasyor be and he is
It r, by au'hortrFed to enter into cCntract, by n,
tarial act, in hensif of the city of New Orlesno, 1
wi'h Plirre Delord as principal and J. Clanrs and
I. 'rouetlle s securities, for the farming of the
,t. i't rnarl Markt, foir and in corsideration of h
tI" ct:na ctf te-a thousand tone hundred dollars.
I..i'r i Tbat the sajutlirtion by the con
tr ,l'rr in t' 12|'h t!'.. the contract to cillec t t e
rtloatusc l t he i;t I ,M ilet for the year 1-" t, to
J.-tn Ftrtl-,,n'i E, sectrtl \\ u. (retrvy, fr tihe
wa:n ~< tit10, be anod the same is hrreby as;
;t, ':'I, ' P i.' ., That the mayor be and he is
tttarl ai t, in behalf of tLe city ef New~OtIlato,,
i'lt JI LI Fernanhez as principal sad \\mni.
tI e)vy a- e ,:U rity, fur the farming of the I;rt
lMarket, fur and iii coOn ideration of the sui of
itty thtloatcd i-ur hundred dollars. I
I..... That the adjudication by the con
trl ler on the 12ih ult.. of the contract to cor.
ir' t the revenues of the Fruit Marcet for the yer I
1i., to Joseph Pratte, security N. Frechaux and
.1. Mlrel. for the sum of tilteen tbousand dollua, i
be sl a tle stile is hereby approved.
1*, a.t, r, ,l.rm I,, Thatthe mayor be and he is I
bht reby autlaorrizd to enter into contract by no
tarial aset. it1 h,,t all of the city ot New Orlrans.
with. i,,h I:-ia ati asprincipal and N. Frechaux
and J. Miehei as becurities, for the farming of the
Fruit MarLet fhr at -t in consideration of the suai
of hifteen thulusatd doiars.
j];es'rced. That the adjiudication by lte con
troeer on the 12th liecetmber, I-ti, of the con
tract to collect the revenues of the Si, Mary's
HMarket to Was. Mayie as principal. secutity Jean
lbarry, for the sum of twenasy-aix bonoand dol
Iss. ($124 000,) be and the same is hereby ap
1... ' f.! ,,r,'ert, Thrat the mayor be lnd he is
ertbhy athorized to enter into contrac by no
aral act, In behalf of the city of New rleans,
Ith Wa. Mylie as prlcipal ald Jean Dttbarry as
ecurity.for the farming of the Bt. Mary') Market
r :e )ear It;l., at twenty-aix thourld dol
li, .rcled, That the adjudication by the control
ler on the 12th inst., of the eontract to collect the
revenues cf the Poydras market for the ye::- 1't,
to A. Ilume.tre, security G. Daatillon, 1f r the
aLm of $67,:50, be and the amen Is herebty ap
1(;, ired further, That the mayor be an I be is
hereby author;zed to enter into contract by not.
rial set, on behalf of the city of New (. len.-,
with A. Dumestre, as principal, and G. Dtstillo-,
as security, for the farming of the Poydrrs mar
ket for the year 1,'9. at $67,350.
I:si- fled, That the adjudication by the con
troller on the 12th untimo, of the contract to c,-:
lect the revenues of the Treme Market for the
year I1.9 to B. Beoubay, security A. Larquier, ft r
the sum of $4h,700, be and the same is hereby a,)
lRio~rrtd ft?-lhr, That the mayor be and he is
hereby authorized to enter into contract by r,
tarial act in behalf of the city of New O lean4,
with B. 1:eoubay as pr incipal, and A. Larqyiier as
security, for the farming of the Treme Marke:.
for and lo consideration of the sum of forty eight
thousand seven hundred dollars.
Rie.u,,,roe, That the adjudication by the con
trollr, on the 12th nit., of the contract to colle t
the revenues of the Ninth Street Market for the
year lo6 to John Hass, Mitchel Pelts as security,
ft r the sum of $17,bo0, be and the same is hereby
'esolved fir/hor, That the mayor be and he is
hereby authorized to enter into contract by no
tarial acset, in behalf of the city of New Orleans.
with Jobhn Haas as principal and Mitchel Peltz as
security. for and in consideration of the sum of
seventeen thousand eight hundred dollars.
'i;scl ,dI. That the adjudication by the con
troller, on the 12rh nit., of the contract to collect
the revenues of the Magazine Market for the year
lt(9 to () M. Redon, security M. Brenan. for the
sum of $34,100, be and the same is hereby ap
Hrse~l d ferl,her, That the mayor be and he is
hereby autnorized to enter into contract by no
tarial act, in behalf of the city of New Orleans,
with U(. M. Redon as principal and M. Brenan as
security, for the farming of the Magazine Mat ket,
for end in consideration of the sum of thirty four
thousand one hundred dollars.
1',. 're,. That the adjudlcation by the con
trlte on the 12th ultimo of the contract tocllect
the revenues of the vegetable market for the
year Il,;e, to Joseph Btatte, security, N. Frechaux
sund J. Michel, for the sum of $63,000, be and the
same is hereby aoproved.
lRsol Idi firthte,, That the mayor be and he is
hereby authorized to enter into contract by nota
rial act, in behalf of the city of New Orleans with
Joseph Batte as principal, and N. Frecbhaux and
J. Mlichel as securities for the farming of the veg
etable market for and in consideration of the sum
of silxty-three thousand dollars.
It so:rd, That the adjudication by the control
ler on the 12th December, 1GS3, of the contract for
collecting the revenues of the Dryades market for
the term of one year to C. Mosel, security J.
;oudier, for and in consideration of the sum of
4:3.200, or $3,,00 per month, be and the same is
lie:lrCed further, That the mayor be and he is
hereby authorized to sign and execute in behalf
of the city before the city notary a contract with
C. Mosel as principal, and J. Goudier as security,
for the farming of. the revenues of the Dryades
market for one year from the 1st day of January,
6kiI), for and in consideration of the sum of $43
260, or 13,600, payable monthly; Procihfed, That
said C. Mosel agree in accepting this contract: Taat
the city of New Orleans shall have the right and
privilege to annul the same at one day's notice,
without damages, after returning such of his notes
as may not have become due at the time of said
These were all amended by adding " that the
approval of the sureties be referred to the finance
committee by whose report to the mayor he shall
As so amended, they were each concurred in
unanimously on second reading, the rules being
The rule being suspended Mr. Shields offered
the following resolution, which was adopted :
RsiIyrel, That there be a joint session of the
Common Council on Tuesday, 29th instant, at 8
o'clock. for the selection and election of a fiscal
agent of the city.
On motion it was resolved that when this board
adjourn it shall be to meet again on Saturday next
at6 o'clock P. x.
The following resolutions were concurred in on
first reading and on second reading by the vote
annexed to each, the rules being suspended:
lt tidrl'l, That the controller be and he is
hereby authorized to readjudicate the contracts
for repairing and keeping in repair the bridges
and crossings, and for building new bridges and
crossings in the First. Second and Fourth Dis
tricts, city of New Orleans, for the unexpired
term of Daniel Mulligan's contract, put in de
Yeas-Messrs. Boguille, Kaiser, Peoson, Poynot
Nays-President Markey, and Mr. Prados-2.
Resolired, That the adjudication by the con
trolltr of a contratt for grading and snelling Con.
stance street, from Josephine to Sr. Andrew street,
distance one square, to Frank Marquez, as priaci
pal, and P. Irwin as security, for and in considera
tion of the sum of two dollars and nine cents per
running foot. be and the same is hereby approved,
the security accepted, and the mayor authorized
to enter Into contract with the parties per notarial
act for the performance of said work.
Unanimously, Messrk. O'Brien and Prados ab
esolrudl. That the street commissioner be and
he is hereby authorized to put new bridges at the
square bounded by St. David, Liberty, First and
Second streets. Fourth listrict.
Yeas-President Markey and Messrs. Boguille,
Kaiser. O'Brien, Pesson and Poynot-t;.
IRe olril,, That the city surveyor be and he is
hereby auhorized and instructed to have flarggel
crosslngs made at the intersections of Miro and
t'rsnlines streets, and at the iatersection of Tonti
and Ursulines streets.
Yeas--President Markey, and Messrs. Bognille,
Kaiser, Pessou and Poynot-5.
I;, iiir, ,, That the committees on streets and
Ist diangs be and they are hereby requested to in
vestigate the condition of the various draiining ma
chines, and the manner in which the contracts for
the Fpast year have been complied with and also
to reconmmend measures for the continuance of
the working of said machines.
Rio s/red, That the adjudication by the oenntrol
ler of a contract in accordance with ordinance
No. 11,0, N. i., for grading and shelling Felicity
road from BIaronne to Howard street, to H. Mc.
G;uinn as principal, Jno. Bietry as security. for
the sum of two dollars and nine cents ($2 09) per
running foot, be and the same is hereby app-ov
ed. the security accepted, and the mayor author
ized to enter into contract with the parties per
notartal aet for the performance of said work.
Yea-President Markey and Messrs. Boguille,
Kaiser, Pesson. I'oynot and Shields-6.
Resoiced, .That the name of the street now
nown as St. Mary, which runs between Poydras
and Julia, be and the same is hereby changed to
Church street. Be it forther
It, 1, ,. That the street commisrcioner be and
be is tierely authorizeo to change thle name of the
s:gns oi the lamps on said street to Church street.
Unanimously, Mr. Prados absent.
l;,i, ,,-. That the adjudication by the con.
troller if a contract in accordance with ordi
sance No. I17, new series, for gradmg and shel
lng Josephine street, between Apollo and
Howard streets, to H. Mc(;uinn as princlpal, B.
tollins security, for the sum of two dollars and
twenty-,rte cents (t2 2-) per running foot, be
and the some is lerely approved, the security ac
cepted. andl the mayor authorized to enter into
Cottr'sct with the parties per notarial act for the
performance of said work.
Unanimously, Mr. Prados absent.
I; 1,oicd, That the adjudication by the control
ler of a contract in accordance with ordinance
No. 11:1. new series, for grading and shelling
r~aps street, frcmn Engheti street to Elysian Fields
street. to Frank Marqnez as principal, DI. Murphy
sircr-ity, at two ooliars and thirty-five cents
($2 .,. per running foot. be and the same is here
tby at pre ned, the security accepted, and the
n syr atthorioted to enter into contract with the
parties per notarial act for the performance of
Unao.uous!y, Messrs O'l:ien and Pradoe ab
1..-. ' Tiat the sdj~d:'ation by the control.
Icr i, lie i rItarict, in accordance with ordinance
No. 1149. N. NS., tur grading and shelling i.berty
street from lIhaia to Felicity road, to lenry Me
GCnr.i' as pirinical, Jno. Bi!ry, security. for the
Isti cf two dollars snd thtrty cents ($1 30) per
running fbot, be and the same is hereby approved,
the security accepted, and the mayor authorized
to enter into contract with the parties per sotw
risl act for the performance of said work.
Yeas-President Markey and Messrs. Boguile,
KEaiser. Peson. Poynot and Shields-;.
'sy- Mr. O'rten--l.
Mr. Kaiser offered the following, which was
unanimously adopted on first and second reading,
the rules being suspended, Mr. O'Brien being ab
Resolced, That the city surveyor be and he is
hereby authorzed to have a p pe placed in the
well of Ninth Street Market for accommodation of a
Mr. l'essou offered the following:
Resolved, That the surveyor be and be is
hereby authorized and instructed to place a
flagged crossing at the intersection of Esplanade
and S'. Claude streets : Provied that the cunt of
same dots not exceed ($150) one hundred and
XV.hich was nranimocsly adopted .on first and
second read'I g, the rules being suspended.
One from Henry McGuinn, was referred to the
committee on finance by the following vote:
Yeas-President Markey and Messrs. Boguill e,
Kaiser, Poynot, Prados and Shields-6.
One from F. W. Loewen, requesting permission
to put ovens in a bakery to be erected on Gravier
street, between Rampart and Basin streets, was
referred to the committee on streets and landings.
One from George Mers and other residents on
Carondelet Walk and vicinity, asking for street
lights, was referred to same committee.
One from Dr. Miller, concerning physicians'
licenses, was tabled subject to call.
REPORTS OFr SECIAL COMMITrrzs. a
The following was received :
BoARD or ALDRwRMN, I
City Hall, New Orleans, Dec. 22, 1VG . j
To the Honorable the Board of A'dermen:
;,frt.,,t-hr, -The joint committee of the Cont
n on C'ouocil, to mature a general plan for city
railroads, having their termini on Canal stree-,
after careful cuoiederation of all the plans sab
ntitted to them, and consultation with the city
surveyor and rity attorney, report by ordinance,
providing for said purpose, the Canal and CLia-.
borne btreets Railroad Company, having agreedt
to irangorste t e enterprise.
They have the honor to be,
Tnaos. H. SnILDos, Chairman.
The accompanying ordinance, was adopted on
first reading as follows :
AN ORDINAI C' to amend Sc.tio 2 of "An Ori hnance
providing for the sate of the right of way to setablhih roil
rnmda oa i'h,to,,rne and other :rta for ptssengr ors onlv
approved MNauc 2, 1te7, and Meolution No. 101, New
iesl(,ved, That the first section of resoluntion No.
810. new series, which amended section second of
" An ordinance entitled an ordinance providing
for the sale of the right of way to establish rail.
roads on Claiborne and other streets for passengers
only," and which reads that " the Canal and Clal.
borne Streets Railroad Company be, and are here.
by authorized to build a turn-out commencing at
the intersection of Claiborne and Common streets,
running up Common to center of Basin street,
down the neutral ground of Basin street to the
south side of ('anal street, up Canal to Rampart
street, up neutral ground of Rampart to Common
street, and out Common street to the main line on
Claiborne street," be and the same is hereby
amended so as to read as follows, to wit:
Section 1. That the Canal and Clalborne Streets
Railroad Company be and they are hereby anthir
ized to build a turn-out commencing at the inter
section of Claiborne and Common streets, running
up Common tocenter of Basin street, down the
neutral ground on Basin street to the neutral
ground on Canal street, up the south edge on said
neutral ground to Caroodelet street, and from Ca
rondelet street to St. Charles street (and should at
in the opinion of the city surveyor be necessary,
from St. Charles to Camp street), on iron bridge
plates, or other means suggested by the city sur
veyor, to be placed over the gutter between said
neutral ground and the street, to be so construct
ed as not to interfere with the drainage; from St.
Charles street to Camp street, as it may be deter
mined by eaid city surveyor, up the south edge on
said neutral ground to the Intersections of Canal,
Front Levee and Fulton streets; should, how
ever, the existing roads prevent the continu
ance of the track as proposed, then the sal-i
track to the intersection of Magasine and Canal
streets shall connect with the present
track of the Canal and Claiborne Streets
Railroad Company from the intersections of Canal,
Front Levee and Fulton streets, to the north side
of said neutral ground. or, should the existing
roads prevent it, on the present track of the C' nal
and Clalborne streets Itailroad Company to Maga.
zine street, thence on the north edge of said nerl
tral ground to St. Charles street, (or, should it be
necessary in the opinion of the city surveyor,
from Camp to St. Charles street,) and from St.
(harles street to Carondelet street on iron bridge
plates as provided for the south side, from Carer
delet to Rampart street, and connect with the
present road of the Canal acd Claiborne .treets
Railroad Company on the neutral ground of Ram
part street, up lRampart to Common street, and
out Ct mmon to the main line on Claiborne street.
Sec. 2. That the Canal and Claiborne Streets
Railroad Company shall make at the intersections
of ('anal, Front and Fulton streets the necessary
curves and connections to complete the circuit at
that point, and they shall further make such alter.
tions or modifications of their existing arrance
nents as may be necessary to leave the props .l
line free from all obstructions by the cars of the
G:rod street line.
Sec. 3. That the Canal and Claiborne Atreets
Railroad Company may at any time extend the
said line on the outer edge and south side of the
neutral ground of Canal street, from Ilampart
street to (laiborne street, and on the outer edgo
and north side of the said neutral ground fr.oo
Claiborne street to Rampart street, or to such in
tarmediate point as may be necessary to connect
with new roads, the Common Council reservaig
the right to order the construction of said extren
sion by the Canal and Clalborne Streets Railroad
Company at any time, and the whols of said line
from Front Levee street to Claiborne street, and
back from ('lalborne street to Front Levee street,
shall be used and maintained as a feeder to all
railroads centering on Canal street, under
such arsangements sad for such compeusa
tion as may be agreed upon by the Canal
and Claiborne Streets Railroad Comnpany and such
other roads. subject to the approval of the Cm
mon Council. Pr,,ied, That at the termination
of the existing contrac's with the railroads runni-g
on Canal street, the Common Council may, if they
deem proper, estab!ish a general system of m an
trunk lines on said street, to which all the roads,
including the Canal and Claiborne Streets Rail
road ('ompany, shall conform. Asd procihled
fur~he. That It is well understood that n> excl.
save privilege Is hereby granted and that the
('rmmon Council reserves to itself the right to
make such arrangements with other compsaoles,
as it may, in the interest of the public, deem pro.
per to effect.
Sec. 4. Shoold the city of New Orleans at any
time darting the extstence or the contract of the
sixth of May. 1'67, between it and the Canal and
Clahborne Streets ltailroad Company, enter into
any arrangement with other companies whereby
the said road on Canal street, from Claiborne
street to Front Levee street, and from Front
Levee street to Claiborne street, or any part
thereof, may be granted, the city of New Orleans,
on the road or roads to which the privilege may
be granted. shall reimburse to the Canal and
C(aiborne Streets Railroad Company a fair and
reasonable proportion of the value of the portion
or portions of the road to be so used : and should
said proportion not be agreed upon between said
Canal and Clalborne Streets Railroad Company
and the city of New Orleans or the said road or
roads, two disinterested persons shall be ap
putoted, one by the city of New Orleans or the
rcad and roads as the case miay be, and the other
by the Canal and Claiborne streets Railroad C('m
pany; and in the event of a disagreement as to
said proportion to be paid, between said persons
thus appointed, a third person or umpire shall tbe
appointed by the judge of one of the district
courts of the parish of Orleans, and the decision
thereby had shall be flDn sand binding.
Sec. 5. Should anof litigation grow out of thu
privileges herein granted by the city of New
Orleans to the Canal and Clasborne Sutreets Rail
road Company, the said Canal and Claiborne
Streets Railroad Company shall guarantee tho city
of New Orleans agamst all losses arising from
such litigation, whether in the form of attorney's
fees or judgments in dnamages, or in any other
mssaner, it being well noderstood that the city of
New Orlens assumes no risks,. except tu so far as
the Canal and Clalborne Streets Railroad nm
pany insures the city against al losses or damages.
Orics CmI Arrourer. )
Room No. 13, City Hall
New Orleas,. December 14, 1868.
I see no legal objection to this ordinance.
Ha·r J. Laorv, City Atteraey.
It was unanimously adopted on second reading,
the rnles being espended, and
Mr. Kaiser gave muotce that he would move to
reconsider the vote at next session.
Tane following rmesolaUtioa of the lower board,
Resolred, That the surveyor be and he is hereby
authorised to cause the necessary repairs to be
made to the engine house of Jackson Fire Com.
pany No. 1; Plrovided, That the whole co;t of
said repairs shall not exceed the sum of (.-30)
two hundred dollars.
Was unanimously concurred in on each reading,
the rules being suspended.
Mr. Kaiser offered the following resolution,
which was referred to the committee on streets
WHSasas, The incres-log demand in the popu
lons portion of the Fast District requires atldi
tional fascilities for the tran-portation of merclian
dise of all descriptions; and
WenEsAs, That p rtion embraced in the sec
tion bounded by Annunciation, Ielord, I sl;op,
end Magazine streets, being entirely destitu.e u.
ouch facilities; therefore, be it
~erotted, lbat the controller he and he is
hereby authorized, after five days' notice in the
official journal, to adjudicate a contract, to the
lowest bidder or bidders, for shelling and graming
Poeyfarre street, between Annunciation and Me.g
ezine streets, the work tobe done in etriot accord.
ance with specifications on file in the office of the
Mr. Shields offered the following:
:r slvred, That the resolution authorizing the
city surveyor to have the wharves asod levees of
the First, Second, Third and Fourth Districts put
in perfect repair and condition, be and is hereby
reconsidered, and the following offered as a sub
Resolrved, That the controller be and is hereby
authorized to adjudicate, after five days notice in
the official journal, to thee lowest bidder, a con
tract for the repair and putting in perfect ord ýr
the wharves acd levees of the First, Second, Ttird
and Fourth Districts, the work to be done in seriot
accordance with the specifications in the office of
and under the special superintendence of the cl:y
1~csolced, That the city surveyor be and is
hereby instructed to prepare the speciications
forthwith and in accordance with the time speci
fled in above resolution.
Which was unanimously adopted on each read
ing, the rules being suspended, Mr. l'esaou
Mr. Shields offered the following:
I s,,lcrd, That the city surveyor be and he ii
hereby authorized to make the necessary repairs
to the engine house of No. 6, provided that the
cost of the same does not exceed one hundred and
fifty dollars ($150.)
Which was unanimously adopted on each read.
leg, the rules being suspended, President Markey
absent, and Mr. Poynot in the chair.
Mr. Shields offered the following :
1.sdolred. That the keepers of bridges on Ca
nal Caroudelet and New Canal are hereby
Instructed to open said bridges after 1; o'cli k
A. M., and close them at 8 o'clock P. M., and to
secure the same by means of lock and chaiu.
Be it further resolved, That any violation of
this ordinance shall subject the person or persons
so violating to a fine of not less than twenty-five
dollars, nor more than fifty do'lars, recoverable
before any court of competent jurisdiction.
Which was unanimously adopted on each read
ing, Mr. Prados absent.
Mr. Pesson offered the following resolution:
WHEREAa. There is great necessity for some
safe and commodious building in which to pre.
serve the public archives of both city and State ;
SunaREAs, The city of New Orleans is pos.
sessed of a suitable lot of ground for such a
building, and has no use for the iron building now
at the foot of Canal street: therefore,
Ie it r.solrsd, That the city of New Orleans
does donate for that purpose the square of ground
in the rear of the Cathedral of St. Louis and
fronting on Royal street, known as St. Anthony
Square, as well as the iron building at the foot of
Canal street; Provided, That the Legislature of
the State of Louisiana will appropriate a suff
clent amount of money to move said iron build
ing, and erect a building suitable for the preserva
tion of the archives of both city and State.
Be it further resolved, That a committee of two
from each board of the council be appointed to
confer with the Legislature as to plans and appro
And Mr. Shields the following on the same sub
WHEREAs, Many archives of a public nature,
relating to affairs of the State, parish and city,
and many other important documents, such as
those connected with the registry of mortgages
conveyances, births and deaths, etc., scattered
about this city in such a manner as not only to be
extremely difficult of access, but also in constant
danser of destruction from fire.
Resolved. That it is expedient to constrrot
one building for the custody of all such archives
and documents and for the transaction of the buai
ness of the District Courts and the Supreme Court;
that said building ought to be centrally located.
say on or near Canal street; that it ought to be
constructed of iron or other fire-proof material.
Resolced, That a joint committee be ap.
pointed consisting of three members from
each board, to request of the next Legis
lature a concurrent action with the city
on the part of the State towards this object, and
that said committee be empowered to confer wirh
any similar committee from the Legislature in re
ference to the details of said work.
1 si,", sf , That the city hereby devotes the ir n
building at the head of Canal street and the me
terlal thereof to the construction, so far as
it may be applicable, of the building hereby con
They were both referred to a select committee
of three, consisting of Mesrs. Shields, Pes~ou
The following report was accepted:
FINAcis Cosir'iRt Rono, )
No. 23 City Hall,
New Orleans, bec. 22, 1,,8.
To t- Hrnuorable the Preelident and Meml,ersn of the Beard oi
(;enlemice-Your committee beg leave to re
port tfavorably on the resolution providing that
the city shall not plead prescription in the case of
J. M. Weymouth, relative to his claim of $30)
against the city, should he think proper to test the
same before the courts.
JoiN A. O'ItllxN,
Chairman Finance Committee.
The accompanying resolution:
WHIEREas, J. M. Weymoth has presented a
claim against the city of New Orleans for the sumi
of ,5r0, being amount alleged to have been paid
into the city treasury by Cresap & MMillan onu
der military order in the month of Jul'y, 1862; and
WHRilsAs, This bard did by resolution on 10th
inst. reject said claim; be it
lRmemclred, That in refusing payment this board
did not design to debar the claimant on account of
proscrniption from bringing suit; and be it further
Resolverd, That the city attorney be and he i
hereby instructed to waire proscription, should it
apply in this case.
Was concurred in, nanimously, on each reading,
the role being suspended.
The followtug was accepted:
COMMITTEn OF S RcsETcs A'D LANDIrsGS )
BOARI OF ALDERMN,
City Hall, December 22. 1;q.
To thre Honorable the Puelideit nid Me .'ares of the Boeard oc
Gentlemen-Your committee have the honor to
report upon the following subjects referred to
1. Upon the resaolution sent from the Board of
Assistant Aldermen for concurrence, that the city
surveyor be and he is hereby authorized to con
struct a bridge across (';laiborne Canal at the nm
tersection of kort street, your committee report
2. Upon the resolution that al further proceed
ings be suspended on those contracts for cleaning
and repairing streets, which were suspended and
disapproved by Gen. Sheridan, and afterwards en
tered mtO by Mayor Conway, and ttaet the con
tractors be notified, your committee report unfa
vrably on the aforeeaid resolution as detrimental
and rejudical to the interests of the city.
:. Untfaorably upon the resolution to rescind all
contracts" which have not been strictly complied
with,' inasmuch as certificates have already been
approved for the work performed under said con
tracts, and there are no complaints lodged by the
city eurviyor or street commIssioner, which effect
deiault on the part of any of the contractors.
Tnos. H. SItILes, Chairman.
The accompanying resolutions were disposed of
rebRled. That the city surveyor be and he is
hereby authorized to construct or cause to be
constructed a bridge across Claiborne canal,
at the intersection of Port street.
This was unanimously concurred in on each
reading, the rules being suspended.
1,esolred, That all further proceedings be sus.
ended on those contratefor cleaning and repair
lu streets, which were disapproved by General
heridea. and afterwards entered into by Mayor
Coeway, sad that the contractors therein be noti
Mr. Kaiser moved to lay on the table.
Lost by the following vote:
Tet-Mers. Raiser and Pesmoun-2.
Nays-Predet Markey and Messrs. Bognille,
O'Brien and Poynot-L.
Os a motion to adopt the resoltion was lost.
Resolred, That all cuntracta now In existe,-•
on the part of the city of New Orleans wh ,
have not been strict'y c mplied with be and
same are hereby dec:ared" rescinded, and the :. tr
ties to the said contracts be legally not :.i
This was, on motion, laid mn the table.
The following report was received :
New ORn.cxs, Dec. 22, 1861.
To the Honorable the Board of Aldermen oc the city t 'aaw
Your committee, to whom was referred them t'
ter of having the city records, now in the otfim' of
the city notary, removed to the room of the c:tv
archives, would respectfully report that the sa:n
is impracticable, owing to the fact that each An
every city notary has the right, by law, to ret,.
all original acts as a part of the records of hli
Your committee further respectfully report that
it is absolutely necessary that means of Inforrue
tion as to all contracts, aets, or other instrumeuts
to which the city is a party, or in which it may
have an interest, should be preserved and had by
the present and future authorities f the city,
without the trouble, as at present, of making no
merons researches for such information, and there
fore they would respectfully recommend the ad >p.
tiog of the accompanying resolution.
Tuos. H. SBaI.aS, Chairman,
The accompanying resolution was adopted on
first reading, as follows :
Resolred, That from and after the passage of
this resolution, it shall be the duty of the city no
tary, upon the execution of any contract, agree.
ment, act of sale or purchase, or other authentic
act, to which the city of New Orleans may be a
party, or in which it may have an interest, to de
liver onto the city attorney a copy of each of such
acts, and the cost of such copy shall he paid hy
the other party or parties to suobh act with the city
of New Orleans.
R.solertl further, That It shall be the duty of
the city attorney and his clerk, in addition to other
duties that may be imposed upon them by law,
to take charge of samid copies, arrange the same
in the office of said city attorney as a portion of
the records of said offioe, and whenever the nuen
her tf such copies amount to 2.50, cause all such
c€,pies to be bound. n a good and substantial form,
t refixing thereto a full and accurate index of the
acts so bound, so as to form a collection of such
acts easy of access and reference.
It was unanimously adopted on second reading,
Mr. Pesson absent, the rules being suspended.
On motion adjourned.
W. B. LANCASTER. Secretary.
MAYORALTR OF NEw ORLEANS, [
City Hall, Dec. 19, 18658.
[No. 1176 -N. 8.]
Resolred. That the adjudication by the cona
troller agreeably to ordinance No. 1109, new se
ries, of a contract for repairing the break.water
at Milneburg, fronting the lake, between French
men and St. Anthony streets, to H. Ellerman as
principal and C. A. Eager as security, for the sum
of $12 650, be and the same is hereby rejected,
and the controller authorised to readjudicate to
the lowest bidder or bidders, after five days
notice in the official journal, said contract; tle
woe k to be done in accordance with specifications
on file in the office of the city city surveyor.
(Signed) ALFRED KEARNT,
President Board Assistant Aldermen.
(Signed) Tnorxs ManrEY,
President Board Aldermen.
Approved Dec. 19, 1w;t8.
(Sip ned) JoHN R. CONWAY, Mayor.
A true copy:
JoHN W. OVruALL, Secretary.
CONTROLLER'S OrPICa, CrTY HALL,
New Orleans, Dec. 24, 1868.
Notice is hereby given that the controller will,
at his office, on Tuesday. Dec. 29, 1868. at noon,
adjudicate to the lowest bidder or bidders the
above contract according (o ulans and specifioa.
tions on file in the office ofrthe city surveyor.
NEW ORLEANS. July, 1l8.
To the Honorable Councll of the city of New Orleans :
Gentlemen-We the underslgoed property holdere of the
City or Noew (Olesu do e.pcttrally rsprae.t to, your honora
ble tbdy that the sidewalks on the soh de of Magnolia
street, rm Cliostreet to pass Keller Marke to Lt. Andrew
street, are .,oerfled by heavy rains and rendered Imptec.
hie to thl greet detriment of your petitioners. wherefore they
resctfully request you. considering the promises to hove
curb stones plaod on said steet and have the city surveyor
It strncted to omres good brick sidewalks made. a it will hane
st rot only the petitioners but the whleet community and city
at srrre, and they will eover Dray.
FRAIhC.S L UKiBit, I1it lecth,
ST CHARLES YTREIt RAILROAD COMPANY, h3
JOHN BOENSEL IUt1 feet.
J. It. KPLLEI, Il feet.
PATRICK MURPHY. S feet
GRETERER a BOOTH, 14 fet.
Petition signed OSt feet.
NouvsLLa.Oasame, uSt jufilet I5
A I'Henorable Consell Common de la rillde eo la riM l"l
Me.aienrs--one, lee soonel.labs, preptrtltalre dans tI i vll
do a P ouvalle-Orleans, representons respectuseument a vo
tre honorable erp que lem bnquettes du cote sod do d a rue
Mvs.o.-la. partont de l rueCdl.. pesnt Ioemacehe Kelltr.
Joltq'a lare it Andri, soot inondees pendant teorgeade.
pluiea et rendure Impasles an groad prejudlecede oe poIl
tIlotnsre en eonrsquence It demandent respeotaeanemnt
qUcs dorsaLdea s tait, des pIescr de eo solent pl¢Cees
dano's dlhe rme.et quta oyer de Is yle suit strulah don
ner ordre qe de bones banquettes so briqtes solent oonstrul
ts. atn de serir oa bi-etre non-seulemert de roes pelti
tionnaires matl susi do publIc eon generol, et noe eotlnne
COMPAINIE DU ECHM N DLIE PER DE LAI RU BY.
JOHN RSikN EL. 1260 pleds.
J H. KELLER. 120o oied
PATRIi KMURPHY, 22pitds.
iiPE1ZNR A '*OOTH, sl6pipds.
Pivrk:lt ANo Hbp,,o e enHpA e
j taMENO .......................I neaz .
LAS. .............. Usgesen Ktreel..............Ry
CPPOt.Ii | 1B MArSLT,
"ii tit!cse VnESE, LQUO a d LIGoARlBS a.w0y
on hnd PRANWK RICHARDR, Preer'eter.
HE ST. CEAULES HOTEL
WILL OPEN FOR VISITOeRS ON
Wedoesy. Noevr. ath. 1688.
The . LOCI HOTEL wil be peed ht its eusel strte
a TUESDAY., Dec. 1ts8. MNJ. W. A. HURD, Manager.
O. K HALL.
11 ROYAL TSEET,
(Retwes Canal sod Custoemhbse streets)
Lo s Chaptas.......................Proprtte
Allthe Dlreces f the amon arse to be found hn, as
also, Cboice WINES of all kInds.
Partlt, Weddigs, tee, ste., sepplied at shorlt notlee.
Private Seaoons up salesa
ooms, elegantlty thrnlshed, to let by the wet or monath
This RrestutMt is kept ape till 3 o'eleeb e s.
P AlIIAN STT LE-FRENCH nTAULRANT.
1E U0IO0 sTREESR
sctwsm i. Charles s eadctede streets. PHILIP FOR
ulT, Aient. Poes to suit the time.
BRlAKFAT-Three sase di~bes, with Coffee, sixty
DINN-a sp al d for ehes dLisheb, with Desest sad
Oohe. serenty-Or cent.
CORNER 6? ORAVIER AND iT. CHARLES.
(Opoua 5L Chutes Hassetl.)
RI-OrNED--L 3 CUSTER IN CHAL3L
The best bosds of LIQUORI d WIR5, seseash H aw
ktne hurs st Irth ~r , es emsta ml hud Ales
aemved o* st Ne 5 Re a strss,
mlamIn m e Or e U nedaei enad amoesm
a&DDYI., RIADWAR L ZBI,IING IaI AD-D
H0, El,57, RO.
sm. I Teteass e d i n . L ' m 4 me
=ru. · I 0xw &LKS. 2130o81UD T CVMS
t meWoods Odtlrn umee. w tes t ar rmeie
bwower DS ar ma Dryaid m*m.
NNW OIL1EAU8, Oeehru 1l,
To tUe Heaohl Oremam Oe d it te (NoW at ae
Gentlem.-The madrdsged po elIen l eM d Mla
E R the soutAh sidsd Omet egst, riatie allym
-p-eeutta t tnhe rid. .t tgreamb he eap i
Drdes mreos bee ms reied by tLer hge ly oe
losbm hgher WS. t s dsa 1l o e siers
deete are onoroh to ler homLse la.t i pemstol ear.
rermblag thie wM w oagad aeeh e pw-eb alt her
sra. sLU reme ewem eleas 1e wuetI'8gs aem
ef b thOe eem hmgWs do.ns o Aantie.
t uRe -r your belrinsa pray atha pbiteo meorhb hew
rill caw tae donre I. s houmte tro hreeterda prps
C meAlIg oRH petirn. lejN oLo, id fer heIm
o 'o TsolRl IbOI I lB IOhe sRieet Dr
rSMITHr ISAnrD, e U onQo t ereds.
PANCtlo01s LACROld eImm flleeds dstl. -
Per. Pd"L ora M LYT AUG8, 15 s pts1
A. v. TRIol L T.
PIERRE CAUTReOU. U hMo Grertoi.
Tote number , o mf e r tmennIg fe- i e poletes, O
t* .rr"s p laeets aniv bet.wt.ml, b omb I. stn.i
Grerlere mui t -rei, an doei a e e
drlUTTLLr .OCIAI. 1I oU e IPoH l M
A. 'fEaor hIW.Coeol femmer o l Il Nooele.
Orans:. rADIM R
eUTrED AO lO'dgI. rfIM siIo
rnumt quIe eo de io rue en lee ts ero Dry
odres a bob bees.. do eatl em dI: p5s50 m.drein due bee
qute. par lordre derl c. KsdM es LIvii.,oe sO do
out losq I pleat, e dle h quene seat eoapte s
nmdbs aoI l lwpAesbOs peedt so h . lrt e
resIdents q amon lee dom
draAtDI reoK ue. a aesedo usue M qs 'm r
p eoar meyonI tree Idmp istO a Loe ra.
B J.OBRr I T el. S ek .
Atoal nlut eaaa .9s ptManssmios opmt wer beageable
corps 'oremae qua ift mue soe mlet ea Od promro bas.
teotra a ass-lowerea ldodaeehosd t soosqm sea - Be
ROconarmEdeet rloametnelgo phlitrn a you. law.
rot,. conlderalion, none teouss Woils reespOIee'SUIý roe
Psertlemn et.n Is f n,
ens. (LAUDIN, esoeo peta pDal 5re . w eoletr, pi0e
ur s ruue orare a
, tnoreoIo MUANNho res en st r
tlrrTAKD KRH*. per CI. Inho, 1Spied.. l
OMITH IMARD. ps.
?43C 5Ot LACIOIX a$ pleds.
PFr iroe. MtLT pesTNA IUORU. 1Mo.l
A. C. T lt I fMiILEt.
lEHRRE CAITlRRO. I pid
Smbre total de pled. dean I p011 1m
NOW ORLANr., ot I1 I.
To the Hmoouble the Cemmose OAsde r od ow Oa erm:
GOAWIuttSm-e entderel d preoply ow o elya
tesoP. bWwo Peydre ad Cemmo sa safeeitete
meat r. pecually Infers. you bmeosho hdy, th b Squalst
on sad attest, between Lfayto Oangesr. s sat for
travel. epe aElr .1g.. Ws tere .Ito our el
ton hefore yes. to hero sold boqsett son 0wall. pawed
an curbed sdlg O lw, or w we I e ra.
iol A O'NIL IL
PATRICK O IPiD . 11 foal.
THULS. M55G1. 10 f
aI A. BIDG MA isO.
CHAT. ROYi7t.DE foot,
rLAWOiOR wBIGEUl1f, ot.
HLL NY OUaM.I. 9o ft.
EDWARL LitNoTl Sle.
SCHMIDT RIUGLIIE. 109 Mo.
B J. IIKEATULA 10 en.
JotSH BROAIEV.. 20 e.
Petltion .tend 1I4t1 feet.
pETITIO. ............. .. . .PIITII.
Neom LLS-OLuANs 13 oeot1he t18E.
A I'Honersab Coalol Commas do ria dl is iNamed
MeoIurs-Le e , prprti r lse rue olUvr,
en re lea rues Poyorsa Commsnoet Lafayette reprbhmtat
I snombre do uetrddoe ohe sorme metloanem ltformet teepape
tomeomeet (otre honorable eoeps que he bgsqa. tm our Ia
dcttemt oue t Leyrette bmm Oreo seants arn Ma qe
hIe reed lm posles al pib.sm. surtout I nit b.
dont, noue ross onmentoues oore potm otol dioeomdt qeu he
l son bnquatt es dseoa payeos eat rposris oeomw moeasrmi
Is let, pour leel noes plerom. «oe.
THOMAS ONPIL, 61 plede.
PIDRICKI UHITr, 110
THOS. MARR., 30 ""
H. A. WLIS, 12t
I. M RJUDE. 120 "
JOHN CROFT, o ..
WALTER CU IIONUHAM. S0 pled..
JOHN WILLIAM R , pl.
COTLTDOR A MAINKY. 100lptd.
PATRICK AhiL nptoid.
JEHN BAIRWLY 34
Hombre to do pld. 14 2.
PETITIO .......................... TITIO.
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Gslsmeen-Thbe ederleaned. ropey blism . des
dente on both 0se of LocsIt stres from elety Reed to
Weobtogon g lAvon. Fougih DIetrot would moN ruepect
ouly peit lon youe baorrebe b edy bae a shell rIses
coatried oanld atre ndr the supervisn ot Othy
iurv.yor, ftait due advrteseot ecorfisg to ow.y
Your petIt osn. woulld rsspsetly repeet t fur
renrly nIl months In the ys it i almo Impemble lor
etlir cra or wa to pe stoo.th sutr. .esg otf ald
tiest loaded with wood mI bIbldtg matorltul, O., t.
JIO. PtRCILL 11O emt5 Locucst nren.
ARNITRW H1M5"T. lSfoeealeslieL
)U LV EITE DOLT,0 .. ..
J. eAst(LL. M ..
JO S. 51'ANo. 9
. MUiLINO, 91 ..
F MrNIIIAB, ..
HENIRY ClUtADEE, 10
J W. OOTWELL. 36 ..
Mrsn Idofw BILAO, 1I .
J. H K5iLL.S . 146
K1LL It I MAKET. o
AI't. ORUNvWALD, ..I
I.RL P!ltthtTS, 13 .
J G. l1 I.E8 L, 5 .. .
JOlls EAUILA, 9L
0 BORO. 6 ..
JAR HA A. L .
'WM. J GOAHAM, lot
V. P. DU('LO! LA II+ , 11 .
JOIIIF. KRAtZ, .1 .
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a maJorlty of etual tel pysts sod owene I property trout.
lol ,,n both l oe. I lu no brn RY leadt
pE TIrlTION .....-...... ..IPUTITISI
A l'beorabo Cooset ie Asnt Alrr is lildo
Moneeun.--Leos oestleae prspH0dhtales endomlm tr too
doux Cotes do a rue Leonr. du Oboml1 0. 1w u'Asuo
ime vlrott bonotable eorp. t'oele do haro mrre e
-bhrin toquollo rotr ostl lto tro, soo t ylSleueees in
voyrdo a vO lle. aprel oon to he .
YpotooltoioJrs roproente ruepectneoesat quoes
,pr prdodnt rIx m I do oI'sab aL et lmpoo-I te ehmr;
trttos o nwaent do peeser toot to les do it dle rue qoeus
I 5 seti chaurae do blt l m mlesrlsal do eooruoelae,.
ANDRWt R'HIIt ?T Lt
J. CArROLL. 0
JO.. ETAV0O. . D 20
W. SUSLIO, t
J. W. IStlOLrL,' 3 . .
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Mr ' J IRANrWAL 00 ..1 .
.. RL)SCLORUL 139
JOHN KRAU, 10. .
IoTA--ire pettlr nnalte tprhonrmtll sul qu'tIL met In
prles faIteat face atr c€-quo det rn . IP·Lue a pertt
de Cboml' olmltott Jqso L'Aernue WhMylse.
To the Wonornble the Coeoaa CounO the (ho I elf OW
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