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BOWLIAG.BREKX, APRIL, I, 1SJ3.
2J"Th unusually long and severe
winter, atid the consequent obstruction
of navigation, has prevented our replen
ishing our stock of paper. This we
trust will le a satisfactory crikey for
our half thectistue il is week.
jTJ "J cstice" is informed that if he
wishes his communication published, he
must rcmply with our rule aud give his
name. His having left it with another
person will not answer the purpose.
When we deem it necessary to pjwint
agents to take in keeping the names of
our correspondents, due notice will be
:r On Sunday and Monday last
we were visited by a snow storm, which
we believe will compare with any pre
vious one during the present winter..
The snow fell to. the depth of some 5 or
6 inches, and what is still worse it maid-1
. "v uiiusmun m aissoivc its con
nection with mother earth at present. It
is now the first ofApril, and the "earth is
supposed ".to be frozen some 12 or 18
inchesdeep a gloomy prospect indeed
for the farmer and in fact, for all. If
Miller had predicted that we were to be
frozen to death, we should all, long since,
have become converts to his belief. As
it k, we are still in doubt. I
1'i'ETnrn r AftwcDLARs of the wreck Terbible" A'cci'dewt. The" last Pali
or the sloop orwAtt Coscoed. We myra (Mo.) Courier says: We under-
clip the following important paragraph stand that in the early part of this week,
from the Boston Times of Friday, the a family, consisting of ten persons, were
18th instant: The sloop of war Concord drowned in attempting to cross the river
was wrecked in August last at Cape at Quincy, and their wagon and team
Dclgado, near the river Lindy, on the lost. Mo. Republican,
cast coast of Africa. The John Adams The follow ing is the exclusion of
was hourly expected at St. Helena, when letter published in the N. Haven f Conn."i
the ship Barcaly left, at which place it Register, from Capt. J. W, Fisher to a
was currently reportec tnat ttie crew Qi mercantile house in that city, dated Point
Saturday says: Several thousand per
sons within the past four days have been
attracted to the Murry street wharf, to
witness the ' faithfulness of a small dog
first discovered sitting there on Monday
last. The poor thing is a passive, harm
less sufferer, and. sits in one position,
looking steadfastly at one spot of the
water, as if expecting its friend and
the John Adams were in a slate efmuti-1 pejre Guadaloune February 9th: The ! comPan'on to r'3e frm the river. Itre-
tm it . i i . i , . i I r e i t r . : . 11 ern-im
ny. xuese are au me aeuuis rciauve 10 greatcst dangcr now appreliended is an
the loss of the sloop Concord which we insurrection among the negroes, but I
. The Evening Gazette has passed into
the hands of Messrs. McKee and Ruth,
whose names now stand as the publishers
and editors It is to be continued as a
Mu.Lr.nisn m St.' Locis. An im
mense concourse (if persons assembled at
Concert Hall, yesterday evening, savs
the Republican, to hear the disciples o f i
Miller hold forth. The meeting was
more like a mass meeting held in this city,
or the late Tyler meeting in New York,
than any thing we can compare it to.
Soon after the speaker commenced, clap,
ping and all sorts of noise were uttered.
Scotch snuff or cayenne pepper had
been scattered over the floor, and alUorts
of snuffing and caughing ensued eg"s
were thrown at the speakers; their charts
were thrown down, and the disturbance
arose to tuch an extent that Mr. Xaupi
the lessee of the room, had to appear on
the stage and request the audience not
to injure the room. On the outside, sev
eral hundred were collected in the street,
and some evil persons threw stones into
the front windows. When this com
menced the meeting broke up. The
whole was as unlike a religious meeting
as can well be conceived of. in fact, it ap
proached very near a mob.
think there is little to fear on that account.
Ills rumored that Captain tfoerum, ol as martM 1 h b established, ami
the Concord, Purser Hart and one sea- an embanro laid on all shinnimr in ort.
man were drowned in attempting to land The embargo will continue until a fleet
after the vessel struck the reef. This in- arrivcs from Martinique with succor and
formation is furnished by E. F. Lake- snpplieS) which is expected in the course
man, late of the barque Malay, lost in 0f the next ten davs. The Government
July last in the Mozambique channel, having concluded "to rebuild the place
wno came passenger in me snip Barclay. with woodthe Governor has declared
Mr. Webster. The Alexandria (D. lhe Port free of Prt charges and duties
C.) Gazette" says: It is put forth, now, on lumber and provisions. The official
that soon after Mr. Webster retires from rcPrt UP io tn" day f (J2
the Slate Department, which will be in states that the number of dead
three or four weeks, it is said he is to be bodies found 5849. and tIley are
brought into the field as a candidate digging more out of the ruins. Ib.
for President, and that intrigues for that Chancellor Kent's Oris 10. The
" '" Boston Uaiiv Advertiser. 111 convintr
thought, so we see it stated, that a move- ,iis omnion. denvinir the Jurisdiction of Hurd, at New York from Aux Cayes,
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Faithfulhess. A correspondent pf( willing to protect them, though gui.7
the Hew York Jiurnal of Commerce of, of having an African skin. - Unni
pily, the miscreant Blanco, is not n-
fy well known as a wholesale slave
denier, but also as a" large and profiVi-
lle customer of a certain landon
mercantile firm, whose influence, it is
to be feared, will be exerted to screen
their infamous accomplice from pun-
ihment. Patriot. I
Greediness ofUffick4 It is stated
that there are already twelve hun
dred applicants for oflii under the
new collector of the port of Philadel
phia. We are deeply soiy jhat there
are so many men in tins cjy wno can-
rot cam their bread in me honest
cilliog, but ere obligee to subject
themselves to the degradttion which
is now almost u neccssarjj accompa-'
n intent of the search lor ffice under
OovernmenU iSorlh Antrican.
A CITf WITHOUT A BANI. Buffulo,
Xew Ifork, is without a bank; yet
business h brisker there,'nnd drafts
on New York can be Obtained at
cheaper rales than ever. I
The small-pox exist to nn alarm
inr extent in Poitland Maine. The
fuses food, and is inattentive to all efforts
to entice it away. ' If carried off by
force, it immediately returns, and re
sumes its wonted position. .'.;''' '
Fbom Lima. The New York Jour
nal of Commerce has received from its
correspondent, advices from Lima to the
6th of November. The war between
the Peruvians and Bolivians was going
on with great bitterness the success be-
in c- with the Bolivians. ' We take from
the letter the following paragraph: '
'"The yellow fever broke out in Guaya
quil early in October, and his been rag
ing with great violence. Many of the
principal inhabitants, amongst whom is
Air. Charles Lukco, an American mer
chant, had already fallen victims. Our
dates from thence are up to OcL22d."
Late from St. Domikgo. The schr.
hospital is lull, and red Hugs ha-nrof tnown tht any linds were
wif . liiniFt. -
By .hSival of the fchooner Cha- ;
DelJseral Wilmington, N. C.f
KThomas, we hare further ac-
'romy ...rt of the
Pn-aafce in the West India Islands.
AH buildings m Point Petre were
llir0n down by the shock.
1 .-niprti.nrplt' unnn Its
tatu. rmrhett Trbin eir A weljings in
to lhe public square, which thejr bad ;
scarcely reached when the earth '
opened beneath their feet, and twal-
!owea tne w hole mas. .
' It was sunnosed that fulU seren
thousand people were destroyed al-
together, in various wavs. Directly
after lhe earthquake, n nre broke out
among the ruins, which burnt 5 days,
and completed the work of destruc
tion.1 " '
The other parts of the, island suf
fered but little.' .On, the island of
Anlicuaand Alontserrat, searlr all -I if
ine sione nnq oricn uumji(! wn .
ihaken down, but not thosdof wood. " f
A few tives only were !stf
i At English Harbor, Antjiia, a high
hill overlooking the harbor as thrown "
in if hi- thn fchnck. flllini? It UP- II
a. . 1 1 1
ment to the effect will be made in Penn
Ssow Storm. There was a very
great snow storm at Baltimore on Thurs
day week. Operations on the rail roads
were suspended, the snow having drift-
the Civil Courts in the case of the So-
mers, fays: It expresses, we doubt not,
the universal opinion of the well-informed
portion of the American Bar."
Specie. There have arrived since
ou r last, says the N. O. Bulletin of the
21st, several lots of specie, viz: From
Tampico, $107,000; from N. York $62,.
000; from Cincinnati, $24,000; from St.
Louis, $7,880; from St. Thomas, $3,-
500; & Campcachy, $4,000 total $208
Shct up. It is stated that the mouth
of the harbor at Gaudaloupc has been
ted in many ot the cuts to the height ot neary cosei hy roc.s force(i llp from
several feet. ijle hottom of the sea, by the recent earth-
Weather i.i New Orleans. The quake. So completely is it shut that it
N. O. Bulletin of the 21st says: JThc is doublful whether the vessels in the
weather here"continues remarkably cold, harbor can get out again.
Lven in tlic.mUst ot winter, our climate We learn from Capt. Means, of the
is rarely visited by so long continued se- schr. Lucy, which arrived this morning
verecold. - from Maynguez, P. R., which port he
left 13th February, that a slight shock of
Counterfeit $3' of the New England an earthquake was felt in that place a-
Bank are in circulation, signed E. P. bout the 8lh, which did no damage. It
Clark, cashier, Th. Maretf, president was reported that the island of 'Antigua , .. . , . f ,
,, . i c t i , M was destroyed, and ISevis ami nt. Kitu
rable to J. Swan. Terkins stereo-1, conb-dcr'ably injuredx. York!"dd that he, so
Cour. 13th in.sl.
.sG2.67l in notes of the Second
Minicipulity of New Orleans were
ordered tube burnt on .he 14th inst.
10.000 in notes of the First Munici
pality were burnt on the same day.
The Second .!unici(:i1ity hn notes
iiill in ircu':;tion to the
v 203,050. -
Private E.MEiirmsE. :The last Cin
cinnati Gazette says: A messenger, con
nected with Ilarden's Express, passed
through this city yesterday with $33,000
in American gold, for New Orleans.
The transaction is connected with the
heavy operations in Exchange now gi
in;: on between New Orleans, Bos
ton and New York. It was taken to
Baltimore by their own Lxprcss thence 52,106 in specie arrived r.t
by Rail Road to Cumberland Express Orleans from Havana on the
to Wheeling Steam Boat Importer to inst,
Cincinnati and immediately reshipped
here on the Diamond for New Orleans.
This is the first attempt of Harden
& Co. to extend the benefits of their great
Express Line from Boston through the
Western Route to New Orleans, via
Cincinnati; aud which line they intend
to continue, if supported by the public.
It is thought they will be able to antici-
General Cass i.i the Field. The
Hon. Lewis Cass, (we learn from the
Philadelphia American,) has declared
his intention of being a candidate for the
Presidency, always submitting to the de
cision of the Democratic National Con
vention. He avows his opposition to a
National Bank, but is in favor of inci-
bringsto the New York Journal of Com
merce a letter, under date of the 27th
ult., of which the following is an extract:
The south part of the island is now in a
state of open insurrection. . The insur
gent army, composed of upwards of 6000
men, have taken possession of Anne
d'Hainsault, Anse a Ycau, and Jcrcmic,
and in the latter city have established a
provisional government. A number of
respectable Hayticn merchants, and oth
er individuals, have been imprisoned.
Dr. Lovell, an American citizen, is con
demned to death. Mo. Republican.
The Piidudclphh U. t. Gazelle
says that the Knglisli paj ers make
mention of the death of Richard Car-
I publisher; and iliev
some tune since, made
an open profession of Christianity.
The Lam JSalks. The hsi Mi
ner's E.pres!T.)ubuqiie, (I. T.) says:
ly a gentleman just arrived from
Maiioii, we learn that the sales have
been exceeding dull the receipt
net ercpccinfy .5-32,000. There
were 33 tounshipj oflt-rcl.
Millkbwm. The il. Lotii Kepuo
been placed upon the houses where
the disease has entered.
American Tin. Professor Jackron
of Boston han tent to the National
Institute, at Washington, an ingmt of
pure lin, which he had extracted from
a lot of tin ore obtained in Jackson.
New Hampshire. The compact tin
ore of Jackson yields 73 per cent, of
pure tin; and the ore, as it is usually
gut out by blasting, yields 35 to 40
'Zodiacal Liciit. This interesting
phenomenon in the heavens wa no
ticed here on Monday night and also
on Tuesday and Wednesday night.
Zoiiacal light appears in the morn
ing bct'oie sunrise, and in the evening
alter twilight. Ii is a pyramiJ, with
the suu lor Us basis, 'lhe sides are
not straight, bu curved, as those of a
lens when viewed edgewise. It is
generally seen about the period ot the
ctpiinoxes, when there is the shortest
twiluht. This liirht iCscmbles lhe
milky way, a f.iini luilght, orjn tail
of a comet. The intc.'sry of the
light, i's shape and tints, may be vari
ed according to the condition of lhe
at-iiosphere. which is now remarkable
The zodiacal light was first des'
cnbi'd uboul two centutits ago, .and
the various theoiies
bs seen hv referrin
tronomy. Nut. Int.
junk, as ruis been reports! by ret-1
sels arrriyed else w here.Lom&a;
Tnc So. AsMillefisa seems to bef
somewhat fashionable at the present time,
we publish the following extract from
learned writer, merely for the gralificaJ
lion of those who have a tbndneis lof
such matters. Mo. Reporter, . i.-'
' The sun is slid to present a tin;u-J
lar appearance, and to hare sonw.
thing the matter with ii ponion of itr
tlisc, over wnicn n srruxy .ijhh jciiw ,
to bans. It is of little conse quenct'
wliet fancies we adopt respecting in
. I I I. n-. -i .
Flir UrU Ml V 1'IHTUIMIICIIVFII.
be that it h the commencement
fin Willi n is t j i'iiii i'ulsw ann m
firey orb, and entep the world, ;
with wi creareanjitiirp, m onepener-'
al cnnf!agruion. That such a wind
in iiprfihe material world as is fore
toliboy holy writ is probable, and in
sed not only prob.--.hle hot certain,
may be inferred Trom lhe extraordina
ry fact that during lhe three last cen
turies not less than fifipen hundred,
stars in different constellations, none'
of them below th sixth degree of, :
magnitude, have totally erriihed.
Frty have changed their sizes. Sew- '
era! instances are known in which- .'
i respecting it nirSeY hare unquestionably been eon-
t to wt)tks oa SmmJmt 'd by fire. ' 3 Ueir-4 rat unnatural
Grafting Trees. .Mr. Mcrrininn
l...:t .....r,:;. .. i i, ..ir.i.
bean, of the i!7lh inst. savs: We tin-, .- ....
' pniwni ifo it;irii-.iiM. imii mil iiie
The publication of the St. Louis Led
ei has been suspended.
Maryland. The Legislature of
Maryland has adjourned, without dis
tricting the State for Congressional elec
tions. The two Houses could not agree.
The bill authorizing the sale of the inte
rests of the State in the public works,
f jt State stock, became a law. The debt
of the State is now $14 216,184.
ViccixiA. In the Henrico district
John it. Bolts again offers his services
to the people in a powerful address.
In the Acccmac district, Hill Carter,
in an able address declares himself to be
a candidate in oppf sition to Mr. Wise.
v The New York "C'jion" the paper
established by Maj. Noait, in the city of
New York as an official Administration
journal has been discontinued.
pate the Mail, on the Atlantic route to dcfltal Election uf JIomc Industry.
New Orleans, from two to three days.
This will prove a benefit to Merchants!
and all others doing business on the
route, who wish parcels, &c. delivered,
or any other business transacted, second i
in importance only to the Post Office
ine ramiucations ot Harden s Ex
press extend throughout nearly the whole i
Continent of Europe, where it is foster
ed by the different Governments. He The Slate debt M Teunesnec, out.
wishes to embrace in his arrangements, standing and uniedecmed, is $3,198,-
The Burlington (Iowa) Gazette
publishes a letter from Gen. I.)odge
the member of Congress from that
territory, stating that the treJty made
by Gen. Chambers with the Sacs and
Foxes last summer, 1y which 3,000,
000 acres of hm J were ceded to the
United States, was rutUled by Congress.
derstund that some of the proselytes
or pteichers of Milleiis l have arriv
ed in the city. They are distributing
handbill i cor.t lining the subtance of
their belief in treat maul ers.
Mii.li.kism. The New Yoik Un
ion of lhe 1 1 til savs: A partner of
one of our most respectable Pearl
ICC, about one half of which is in.
vested i.i Dank stock for the benefit
of curaiiinn sclviol?.
Snow fell ;it UuTilo, New York,!
on thcSJ inst., to the depth of lour
A late letter from London states that
in one day in the early part of February
no less than sixteen ships laded with cot
ton ajrived at Liverpool from the Uni
ted States. .
We learn from the Columbia States
man, (Boone county) that Mr. Hiram
Beasly, of ' that county, was murdered
on the 20th inst., by five of his negroes,
who were on the next day apprehended,
confessed their crime and were com
mitted. ' '
Coxvest at Charleston, Massa
chusetts. We learn from the Boston
.t r i . tt
iInI!vm. Lr A rein of 204 to
aeHTUciiyn oi iyc ltsu-
Uiaricsion. , -
all the great commercial points in the
United States, though Congress made an
unsuccessful attempt last winter to sup
press his whole business.
CTTiie Comet. The N. 1. Com. Adverti
er lava: "There is now no doubt, we believe(
that it is a comet; and by tome it is supposed
to be the same tint appeared in 1402, as that
appeared m the day lime, and the one no I, . lhc St. yf onp0
.l oci rvx. ; ii - site Quebec, is frozen over. The ice
at dood, on the 28lu of February. It m visi. '
b! almost immediately after nightfall, and became so strong February 25th, that
disappears soon after 8 c'clock. In appear, sleighs crossed upon it, and the Gaaette
ance it is said lo resemble the comet of IGSO.1! says the bridge was visited by thousands
Ice Bridge. For the first time iu
The Portland Advertiser says that so far as
any obserf ationt have been publifhed for ex
ample at New Bedford and Wcodstocfc, tbey
coincide entirely with statements of persons in
this city, who looked at the comet, through
the ordinary ship's telescope. And we may
add that it was aeen by a large part of the
population of this city, from an early hour in
the forenoon, until nearly sundown.
The W. Y. Sun say: "Mr. Meigs, at the
Planetarium, stated that it is the most magni.
fieent one seen in irony years. It appeared
during the last eentory. As to its bitting ou,
earth, or injuring it, Mr. M. proied the utter
impossibility of such an occurrence.''
The editor of the U. S. Gazette ad
mits the possibility of the comet, which
is now wible, being a messenger to the
earth for some purpose or other, ft it is
evidently a ercal V-Tj
of persons. - Skating and ice boats, with
all sails set, contribute to the amusement
of the populace. The bridge rises snd
falls from 12 to 18 feet, every tide.
Several years ago, the bridge stood till
the 8th of May. '
Within the last few weeks, 154
vessels w ere wrecked on lhe coast of
England and 190 lives lost; on the
coast of Ireland, 5 vessels were lost,
with 134 lives; on the coast of Scot
land, 17 vessels were wrecked, and
30 lives lost; and on the coast of
Fiance, 4 vessels and 100 lives lost.
The value of the vessels and cargoes
linver been ' roimlil v estimated at
street jobbing houses, who ha for
years been deemed a patci n of indus
try, and one of the best salesmen in
the street, who, by frugality and per
severance amassed a comfortable
property, has become completely in
sane on the subject of Md'crism; be.
lieves fully of the approach of lhe
world's termination, has relinquished
his interest in the concern, is perfect
ly reckless as to what becomes of his
property, carries his bible under his
arm through the streets, and takes
every opportunity of endeavoring to
convince his acquaintances & friends
that they should give up all. wordly
considerations and prepare for their
Kevival ok tmk African Slave
Tuai'E. An atrocious case at kid
napping on the western coast of Afii
ra has just been brought t light. A
briiisli born snbier.t who has served
under Colonel Nicholl's command at
Ferando Po for several years, have
been seized by the notrious pirate and
slave dealer Pedro Blanc, and, with
a cargo of 340 slaves, transported to
Cuba, where, notwithstanding his re
monstrances, he was sold into slave
ry. 'Fortunately, the fluency w'uh
which he spoke English, attracted the
attention of an English family, th rough
whom he gamed access to the ear ol
the British Consu!,'nnd eventually ob
tained his release. He has arrived
in this country in the greatest desti
tution; but his case having been made
known to the Admiralty by Colonel
Nicholls, directions have been given
to take care of him till he can bo sent
back to Africa. It will now be seen,
whether such nn outrage as this can
be committed in denance of British
law and British power with impunity;
whether the present government of
this country is able to extend lis pro
nus trunk; he
trimmed o!Flhee endsT6is to give
the appearance ofan open timberella;
he bad gra'tccl twice a many as he
wanted to srow for the good of the
tree; l e hail never been able lo gi t a
healthy top on a tree where the buds
had been but pirtly pruned; he had
tued, and where a limb ran out near
ly paral el w ith the grafting, it would
draw a larger quantity ofsap, aiid
cause grafted li.nbs to ljh and
sometimes die. Another yhich
some cultivator pursued, wasfo cut
o'1'or.c-half of the branches in one
year, and the other half lhe next. But
this plan was liable to objection.
That part of the tree which was not
trimmed would absorb the larger
part of the sap, cau-ing an unequal
growth in the tree, and seiiously in
juring it. lie had placed 100 scions
in a large tree, in two days himse !.
He examined the trees in the spring.
& looked after the wax to prevent the
water from running in the limb trom
THK PlllLOJ-OI'lIKIl AND THK FeRRT-
man. A philosopher stepped on board
a ferry-boat to cross a stream. Un
the passage he inquired of the .ferry
man if he understood arithmetic.
The man looked astonished. 'Arith
melir:! no, sir, I never beard of it be
fore." The philosopher replied, "J
am very sorry, lor one quarter of your
life is gone." A few minutes after
he nsked the ferryman, "Do you know
any thing ol mathematics?" The
boatman smiled and replied, 4-No."
"Well then, (said the philosopher,)
another quarter of your lilc is gone.
A third question was asked the ferry
man: '-Do you tnderstand astrono-
mvt" ';01r, no. sir. nrvcr heard of
such a thin-'." .Well, my friend,
then nuoiher quarter of your life is
cone.' Just at that moment the
boat run on a snag, and was sinking,
when the ferryman jumped up, pull
ed oh his coat, and nsked the ph;loso
pher with great earnestness of man
ner, "Sir, can you swim!'' MNo,"said
the philosopher. "Well, then, (said
lhe ferryman.) your. whole lifo is lost,
for the boat is going to the bottom."
'Rachel, mv daughter, why
you learn as fast as your sister I
nahi "why don t every stalk
teciion to the Queen's subject in its ver bear four leaves, motherf
own colonial possessions, and, if able,, and bring in a basket of chips
appearance has been a bright flaming
rush-light aspect, io bright nn to t e
visible at noon-day lo the nnke.l eye
vt hich gradually become paler until
an ashy hiie ked lhe spot, and
ilien they h av Ja p nea red altogeth
er, and the sp.vcei which tl ey occu
pied in the heaven become blank up
on its vast face. One of these burn
ing orbs was sixteen months from the
lim of its first I oinrr discovered nn
fire until it was blotted out uf the
That which has befnllrn planets
uhich may hare given light and fruc
tilvinir season, as the sun gives heat
and iiuitlulnfis to our earth, will al
so in time befall our own. The times
nor seasons we know not, nor the
manner in which that consummation ol
all things is to be brought about, but
nothing we think more certain.
hetber, like the phoenix, this world
of ours contains within its bowels the
central fires which arc one day t
break out into a consuming flame, or
whether the sun, after having blazed
fr so many thousand years, hall
then light the funeral pile of created
niattei, on which he is to be also cony
sumed, or whethei some eomet with
a blazing train that shall sweep
through tie immensity of the ethere
al space shall do the woik and put
period to time, we know not; but the
fact is apparent. It has been Rre '
told by revelation, it is inscribed v
on the heavens by the burning plan
ets, we feel it in the earth, in the
bursting out of those flames which
idiake this solid globe from its centre'
to its circumference. '
The friends of John Tvler called as l
mass mrclin? in New York on the 16th
inst The Clay papers invited the Whigs
to attend en tnasse, and the consequence?
was, that the meeting broke up in a gen- ;
end r?. The adherents of Mr. Oaf jj
are uawiUing to hear art exposure oftheir".
course from the lips of Whigs. Mis-1 ;
soar ij Reporter.
Tt Comet. Tho last and most sci- f
cntiGc opinion arrived at in explanation- i ; 1
of tlie white streak in the heavens is, that Jj
uurmgine late mouerma - ;
"sun drew water" in considerable qunj
titles, which has subsequently been fro- " j
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