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NASIIYILLE, TENNESSEE, TIIURSDAy, MARCH 26, 1S63. '
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PROSPECTUS T
I or TUB
NA1HVILLE .UHIOII.
Th Xibviixl Bxiu-i was eomoiaBoed Wal eprleg,
fbr the rpoM ef oppoelni Ibe Rebel Souther Con-
- ft brtcibixl of adrocatlag th rwortlf dTJral
'ullioriii without asr belemDt,over all tli. rUele
hl' h lv tt-ti.ted ta Buede,. lujrtt Wi. te
pracUlrrthe duetrlnea ef I Jberly and I'BloB, M Iher
er on eiioBld hv the Mlier of lb Republic,
but wfclh for mer tkaa ea jr U t"n d
dr.arj Aniiret of treaenB-hAd beB on-p-kan Bad
an'riita la th Ckpltal of th Suu of Jan
JacixHj nd war treaeured up oolv in the heerte of
tha fkitlful. W believed thai the right way to coo
. duct svalJirerBel, in tU Wa ykvllle, t i-u
time u thU, wa to rata th waverleg d HmW
up to tru lUmUra gf pUUillim, n4 not lo
lot lk UD'lrJ of ptrilli,ft'r lh mnnnr of
vuit 4ir Jour m'j. to ul tU 0vrva Ui of tb
ini loi.amlympitblirt wltll niohtnoiid dy.
tMity. .
Tin talon, Oirf'irt, hm heM frUnilt ll wbo
iuiKjr(, n l M 6 Il ho aiiata, tb Unlo of tko
8uim. ll tuliword t Fuimi amo NtioaUtt.
' With MljolMml trAlt.jrll h Bu uiprt)b to
k II coi.fc. l f r lh f Jrl tt.B!tt nd
Lnt ad to punii r4uf m Vm ur
Iawurtui Laid, wiyUiing Id tho CoMMtulton od
Uwi of ny of tbn BUU t" tb oiilrry aotwlth
Unlii(. . i
- It auaua it tor Uw (of , fcto
Williol it thu prwrvl(on of our UbartiM nd inti
tUtlOU B1 lh MfBUlUtloB f OCttJ liU l
wholly iQipowlMa. Thrfor, whuvr UbH Id
th w.y of cruhlng oxt b ntMllloa oJ re.torlnf
'', th. UnioB aioni irlh, BtBlUT by what Bm It
U lan Iiumo4 "f oltiasn oMIri lay down
tholi llvti up"a the alUf of lhlroouBtry,a atacrl
fltw ab U wthly prte aad prci la lb ilnlrt
of Huir.n, Cui furbld that any Ijool.U Biotlva of
ir iBUrut ahould Biako uy aiaa wavr la bU loy
alty. If Uir b uijr tuch, Id them look at tha
blood of Shiloh, Fotf D"B1oB, Murfrawboro and
rradcrUkatiurx.aBd bliwh at tbalr wickaJnm ul
folly. I4va fur our avuutry ahoiild Bow varaliaaloB'
avrrj ttr ballo ; aad U U no patriot wbo lovak
klabom,lanJ,r uro wk a tltha of h a davaj
tUa whkh ba fcaU fot liU waub;. Eva prudaai
MlH.ilint ahould soupal ma to ba patriot!, for wha
aaa buy to un bla owa traaaur from tha wrack af
a rulnad aad dbunamlwrad L'ulou ? - r . ,. -r (
W ut to aaa tba taad onca mora Meaaed wl (b th
anilBrihg lunahlu of as hoaorablo aea, baaad iipo
lbs coiiiplala aad unconditional anbnlaaioa of tba
rouala t.w la anaa, aad But lit up with tli docolirul
of a r"aoa baaad bk aaia-aUtn byalty, aad
ooMBa to traitor k" flow of a anwor wbjcb
would ahlna only to batray, aad (oing out would
laara ua la adarkara hufcld ainra gloomy tbaa thai
which p.-avalled bafora. , . . !
Tbaa ara tba aaDtimanU and vlowa ablck th
Cla wtil cootln to adrocaU through whatrraf
of af m or lunablna may await II la tba futura, and
aaa tba aup port of all wha bllara It to ba laiport
ant Ibal a thoroughly aad ljcrm!y biyal Mwapapa
boald b publiabetl la NaaUvUla. '. ' )
TERMS OF SCBSCRIPTIOX,
. (ib raa rrwna )
Dally Calcn, (lnila riy; wr annum..
par waak..,..
110 00
, AU oommaiileattofit oa biuioeaa wltk VbaOffic,
wiU ba adraad to th riBLWHEBStflh VHION.
aad all nammuaieaUooa to to Kdltof will ha addraaa.
ad to f. a CI.-(i - .,.. 1
Xdltora of loyal Mwnpapor will do oa a great kind.
a. ' Baa by r publlahlog lb forag aiug, or It aubJUnoa,
mi IfkSba currant trannactlon la Tenoaaaaa for muath to
.-' torn will ba highly Intaraatlng to all loran of thalr
eoaatry aad bar f Inttilnllooa, aad th column of
th I'xmi will furnlab th farlicAt aad moat rallalila
IllTES OF ADVERTISING.
fri liana oa t aaa TO coarrrrrTa aoraa
1 ftniiara. I oaf, f I l aoh aldifaai Inaari a,) WJ
I waik, "-
aca B'luiliooal inara, on
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TO ADVCRTItERt IN DETAIL
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. Adrartiaaaiaau MtiTl'I anT r (Ulan la
avla, 'ij mi cant, atlauiuual , a.aaxai iMiaithua ouuul.
Ju r citl
tr AJv. ril'ani.nit inwrlad la U l ocal Ouluraa
tl ara-i at tba rata af Iwaaiy canla par Una.
tlantra aay ba maHa rllwal!y wh.'B a;raad
lc; but wyaiian rhanaa win lnwlri aiua ax
aiiH, l r val't I t Vi tha a1aill W
a V jMtarft-sra aroKif aW ay aaa otUra4 far an'fl
aa aaarj' far tiim aaiKM,
ItarrlaiKw and I unr rati Nallea
VIni ta-.awiug Ba Im'a, wli ba abalg'i al an
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'j. aAa. aaff f'andlialAt ,
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1 -fab rqulrd la aiiaauc lur all aJrrrtta
1 mania, aanaa by aoeaial agreamaLl.
r. tba eaJ.ar.Ui. ha a thla iay ata-l tU
,;na ratMa, lo wuua wa beat ouraa.raa stikctty to
aira.
WM. r.VKlKi.-, f,4 t (aia.
j J0IIV WAU V'H. Ibr U.a fHa,uao.
f NaaiTUi. Taaa-, Ju Win. Ivsi
i waXI W. KHIWMAIkaV "! H K..HB.
nffMmtffitrnn a. r n T) Tl
Na.ll.lt.ATw rri'HIM T!t:f.
(urn aaat aaa wauirt,)
E.tdkliihrJ foMlir Btttflt Jtraljrrv
oasiaa ) a. um ua aaar a
iitk, Wauadad, wr luUiara that .
Clad from WuoJ mt gicknaa.
-oaa.H r fvfa LUiit Ml IIJ. wlVkX OF
J lb. oo( I o trf any k er B. a.v t la
T I lrMIJ.il, C1N iNNT, h-l'MLUl,
KiW'SI) CiTV , w aay o'h.r H..iul la iba a
l'1rlnnk. T. 'U A'aif lata.
OtBaa la tka Va.kd .-4ataa, a4 w.kvwalaa) ri'-4.
nvg ..!.. ra fruaa ar.jr oar I of tha L a oaa a fi'aa
ai af I ava, r a.:.i.g at, o wamr f i Aaar
Uauaaanani, rw4) &- "a. 1M
B a '-aaania utaua wa Uirta ta aaaara) a
mi aaaaa am au.ia all ana nary m'uatv.a
ay -ai in at ooa, . II, Booia Fwi wat.
it iuh ly
SODA, SPICE,
EIaACXIINQ, &c.
J Cat kH XittD AMI rt)R Ati AT
M Houth Mai Uot Htrawt,
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DIRECTORY.
C1TT OOVtWNMtNT.
' ' JoHIf HU0H BM1TH, Jfarar
' WIIJJAaf SHANK, iiaeoraar
i0U CHDMBLIT, JfarakaL
JfVkuJa W. B. WIlklBaoB A. a TMkar,
B4 Jamas A. Btoea.
OU-aaalk Jf ar aWoba famblaf, a-aVa, rwt
Jacob fraaub, Bncoaa ( aad Tkoa. MoCarty, third.
Vm Jaw WUIiaa OrlTar.
. gaww CbXlaaW A. haakw4 fc
' H-aJa Tmw MU,m C B. rratt '
TVoaawrar K. BaBry." '
Hilar Jfaalar Thoma Uaka.
imai aaHaMlaai ik ITartkowaa J. 4 DorM.
AtpariaanuUw a Ma ITaiar Warka Wm. Storart.
tW wa Va Pajiai-waawi Job M . taakary.
OaawHi af IW Owaaarr-T. B. McBrlda. r
.AB-aat Omr-J, L. Btowart. . . .
OUf mUornf. r. MullT-
CITY COUNCIL- , -
Wrf af illaWiwaa t. M. Brlta, Prldaat ; .oha
Carpar, Joa J. Kbb, 14 klulloy, H. U. Hooral, W.
Cbeaih.ai, M. U. U tlaiboraa, aad J. C Bmith.
ufemmoa (iuaaoal Aodraw Aalaraoa,Praaiaant Ja.
Turner, K'llliara Kobru. U. M. touikt, Abraham
Myera, AU . kWt'ail, U B. Himgb, Cuarln Safari,
J. B, aauwwa. W A. kiaOalUtod, T. J. Tarbrounb,
Wm. Ilria, M'm. Stewart, Too. Craady, Wm. Uaily
ao4 Wm. Haabora. . , .
rraniiaa nnaaii iaa oa rua oitt aoraoun
IWaw-Kbowm, HootI aad Brlaa.
, ; It'au HVto Anuaraoa,8miik and OUlbora ,
' MraHi iluOT, Toraer, Mr an, Mulloy, Cbralham,
Tarbniugh, t.rady aad Waily.
aAar rnraar, Oarpai ?a MoTVllaad. !
tbluolt Cheat bam, Mollfj aaa Kaoalaa. ,
rvt Ji,a.iii(-U7ra, Auwart aad MoClaUaDd
OtUiWt, Craady aa tfara. . j . . . ,
(jaimmir rmtth.HaBbora aad atawaK.
Marital Hnmtt Yarbrough, Robarui aad 0-pr.
rVw Madof, Htiliaiinil aad tiavari.
foirCbeatham, Brlra anj gay ara.
rVja rntrly, Cmlbora aad Mrer.
WorWoawa tlayen, Robb aad MoiianM.
fiapraaaataaAi aiad atreaadlaara UaOtaliaad. Brtaa
aa 1 panhora.
rVJw fVopariy Robb, Mtowwrt and IVWaa.
fl Hnm Yafr, South rata and Ralhrr.
Aw Tha Rnard ol aldrma mnata the Toaadaya
aait BriMmllnc th eonad and Ibartb Tburaday IB
each ia nth, and th Commoa Cnnscd tha ereoad
aad kiurth Tbaranay la each m' Btn.
i - NIOHT POLICK
Otpiafai. JohB Baagn. '
fvwt Limiaawaa Asdrw Joyee. i
Xaaowa tawalraaa Jaba B. Darla
Pofuaaww Wm. Jack aw, John taavW, Ntrh Im
Hi. Joel PhllMio, Wm. Baker, John dot trail, William
a.TO, J'rfia Knglea.J. W. Wrlirbt, Job a Fankatt,
Koliart rV.tt, vj. C. f randa, David Tatea, Cbaa. Ba
liuand W. Iiaalry. '
a- Tk PellM Ooort M epaaag a awry mora lag ai
siaao'elurk .
C:C)UNTY OFFICERS.
JaiafJamaa 11. Rlatoa. CapaWaa TViaaa Hob.
aaa aad J. K. Bonkaaaa.
Blrtaa fhlnwm OarrMt
7vwa ar. Jaaa Taykir. '
CbrCTaw-M H. Balohar. ; ' ' , "'
' Rmxt Jotia Vrbitt ' ' ,
Hawaaw Ontltrfm W . Bobartaoa
SaikoaW To Oitirrtiw I. U Brtlay.
Oawnbw for A HuWii fWaWirt JohB B. Oea
and I. K Nawmaa ' ,
COUNTY COURT.
alwrlaa. Jame Whrt worth. 'Z'Z '
griara . Uadaley f Ir-hr. -
ay Th Judra'a Coart ateeto tti flrat Maarhu ta
nark avwirh.aid tha l)wrtarly Cenrt. eemtawd of
Ibe Matietratea ef theCoaaty, held the Ml Mrm
day la Jaoaary, Awrtl, Joly aad Oetober
CIRCUIT COURT. '
CWi! iTld C. BOTa!
mw The Court menu th ' Hnadey la March
aad iteptember.
CRIMINAL COURT, ' j :
. Je-fl.ia kf kf. Brtaa. ..
, itarkObarlaa B. lUggaaa, . .
grgrTri Court ma la tba flrat Voaday la April Aa
gat aad fiaoambar
CHANCERY COURT.
Okaaaaflar BuB.gamal D. Trtaraoa ' i
OUrk mm MammJ. E. Slranaa.'
mW Tlx Ooart meals th Vat Moadey la May aad
Nevaaiber.
MILlTAltY. '
r - DEPARTMENT, HEADQUARTERt.
- aVyaOwwal Haadauarter aa High atreat.- MaJ.
Gm. E4MMtvaMv eammaBdlaj,. .
tf Vaaim laiiaw Hr laaarUra oa Blgk rat,
BaarlMar., Llatiw Ju W. TayWir.
Ota Oaaaaaiaaorir H aadq aaraafs oa hammer street.
Bear hn d. Llaat. IM, m. Btmmosa.
fiaaaal Mdrthwi oVaarel Haad,aartera oa High
staaua. 4f- wiles.
JauMw AfaAeai JXrafiar Wurgeea A. BearjThwr.
atoa, U.aV Tala., U lharry atrea.
r'-'l T HEADQUARTER,
' W-.Haaqnartr ea Oollage (treat, betwB Ca
loa and Church atreele,( Dr. Waters' raaidaae ) Oaa.
B. B Mitchell, commaadlng.
Aawalaei (.aaifaatar I HUaeoiag aaa lupaatrag
OtrK-r, an Oiany atraet, katweaa Church aad Broad.
Ce.pt J. U. t'baodlar.
Aanateei aarlaraatertB eaarg ef Tranapoiie-
tloa.ea Cl.- rrf airaea, Ixlweaa baioa and Church.
Caul. J. II. Bmbam: '
JaiiaVmi Qui la nartw la eberfeaf ClarhtBg, Camp
and werrteHej aolpaga, M 11 Market atraet. wept.
Thoa. J. Ou. i.
Aartwial Quailii aiailar la aharfa af Meeaa ef
Ttattaportalii'a eaii iuarternaaetflr' Htoraa, ea Cherry
etre, a'ar lhaalra. Limit. Cka. H. Ir.ie.
A ailnea Quartia aW la harg af t wal, roras
and B4aaBeryt hu. s7 Marks a I raa t. Lapi. VI m,
aaia.
Ai ua tjaniie anwer Fur the Ambxnment ef
Qnararra aad MaceiTias aad leaning UuatAtaJ BWraa.
Cain. C. klakaaa 1 anuria t
, - , f,-o. e. , -
Jeas t. Oiaa.Oreaa rvoaeiaaa.aiaawid be aa. aaed
at jraaae.aU, Taew.
T IXra, Be. I Maeaa evaa Tase- af Braa-
lag.at iiielr H.:l,ua tha aornar uf CaJoa aad 6mm
mar atreew. Tin uiao, M ta preaaat term, are:
(). ft. Ueuexr, N (1.; J. a. Mills, M , J. U Weakley,
Serreiary ; L ft . Hia, Traaeeter.
. IraMe Aa ia Heel at tha aaie f em
mmy Musday tTreg. T)ie ei't'i ere : K. A.
lemuheii, N.0.; Uewry Appie, .!., J U Park,
aWretary ; sj. 9. Bn.wa. Trraeurer.
(aaaUg Ladya, U- e Maa ea tberr Ba, ea l
Cherry stnt, every frioay raaein Tba iHhorra
are : 0 C U.r.r, H (i ; Prank Htieu, Tu; Jem.
VjyaU. rVMreier? W. M. Hailuy, Traeavrwr
Awraaw lW', Mm. Iu4, (iMaaaer Mele at the
Rail, eor-er u( I ul. aa J aumaaar atraeta, every
ra are-'a y Avli.g Th" uEcrr rm : CbefcM Kieh,
M Y frwrni ., T O.J BAitcrltoh, Bareefy;
tteo rWiferle, Traaaarar.
HUflm raain.w nl. N: V Meats at tba aSova Hal
ee tee trai eed taird Wa.)aua, of aa. aetB.
TaeooVwrsare J. g.Milal, CJ" Menriee.H P.;
0 F. Faiiev, W ; raw Mama, Jr , J W.; Jeha F
lli'te, bcribe ; B. K. Ceuar, Traaaurer.
tahwi hraawA A am iaja I. Aa. Mrele at Bha
above Ha.l oa the ae..d aad feerla Wadeeeriey
alhu of eea saeetb. Tt.e ain.wva ara Jwm J ball,
C r i II -ery Ai'fi. H f : L. Mukar, t.W.i B. tried
"aa. J ".' .Vn Aioaer, aocibe; J. M. Ward,
Tr-.ie.
TV. lrm ar Ufim mf liiilil i Meets k tr
Filday aitevBuiaei ea ih, at I a'a..
NAMIS OF CHAPLAISS
iVatW V Ikwpital Duff m Otit til'.
L. RAlM0' IU. Iltiaolt, Hapiiit
N'ot. 1 tad 10. ,
J. ."mith, 10th CHiio, noapitaU Ko. t
But
J. Puccirm, SSthOWo, llsipitaJ Ka. i.
R. Fa Dila, 9Hh iBfljana, Ilospiult
J. DiU-ob", 13th OLUt, IIop(Uli No. 7
tnd 10. . , . - ,
(.V. Rbmvbut, UHtt Cliio.nodpJUtl Sot.
8ndH.
Jab MATThiwe, litb Kenfmkj, 1L
fiital N. tt And Otowrt.
J. Coorta, thi Katitucaj. nuspttelt
V09. U Kt 1
NOS. AND LOCATION
HOSPITALS IN NASHVILLE.
Ks.
1 Oaa Faetory, Cnt1a atraet, n th
Burgeon, J. P. Wssn. '
M S ValTaraity Building, Market alreat, a th
BUI. Burgeoa, A. W. Esixr.
" I Inalay's Bolldlng, a I aoraer fabli uar.
. Borgren, Alm.Iwtno.
" t Howard Hlgk Fchool, Oollec atraet, ea tk
UiU. ABJt. hurgeoB, If . , Tows
" t (iua Faotory, appar end Froat atraet. Aett,
' Aurgacn, t. B. BiAaaB.
- i a Cull'g atreet. Bear Broad. Surgaoa, Cm.
. hoaiuaiaa.
M T College (treat, betweea Chnroh and Bread.
Aet. Aaa I. 8argeoa, O. W. 'Bancs.
Hasonl Hall, Cbnreh trt, aear Bummar.
Aaal. riargeon, II. Basbb.
B Carriage Factory, Market street, below th
Sonera. Act. Aa-t Hurpoon, j. I), Bassa.
10 Medical Colic ga, College (treat, ea the BUI.
Ac. Aaal. Sargnon, W. K. Bowuaa.
11 "Psst Horas" Oa ths CnlTorelty ka.
Aot. Ami eurg' eo, L. D. Uouu. -"
U Broadway Hotel, Bratd (treat, eoraer Cherry.
Burgeoa, I sxa. r-aiaot a.
" IS Huma High ehoo1. Hp race tweet, oor. Broad.
nrgixia, . Hkhkick.
" 14 Tamale Bcheol, Ctiarrb treet. 'Mr Chntta
. aooga Depot. Burgeon, A. 0. Ho Chbv
Bar.
" 15 Tlynra' High School, Lin itra. ooroar Sum-
. Bier, fcurgeon, J. R. Waurr.
18 Oordoa Block, Comer Broad atrr-n and Rlrr
. Lauding. Hutgeoa, Iaib Wua.
" IT Orricsaa' Himpital PlaaUrs HoUl, Pm
' ' mar elrret, corner Deadarlck. burgeoa,
B. 11. Watbbbab.
" It Cbrser Churrh sad College streets. Bnrgena,
f. T. HoartBAA.
- It afnrrts APtrattoa's Building, No. It Market
Street b nrgeoa, L. 1L Ablsb.
w BS Baptist Ckoick , Summer street. Burgeon , .
. Cooewia.
a Uetbodmt Chureb, Church stnet Burgeoa,
k. Bmarrr .
M Bairdcaitle's, Routh llaikt street. Burgeoa,
Uaxawrra
r 'it Oomrr Yla bb4 Brnad streets. rVrgeon, 0.
. : CeuassaiiM.
" aa-Omnr Market and Gawk Slreeta. Burireoa,
I. C. Bias.
1 l
Tm mmr mkecrlmarwa
la aMBea of the mora la th pair ef paper
aad srary alba sastarlai Bead la a Prlatbig-Ouka,
wa hare beea earn pelled laralaelhepiieerja'CBirpaper
to U ou. por weak, e fl per month to weekly or
moathly nliecribera, and till a year to yearly tub
acribera, which mnat la all oaec be paid la advance.
. ' Ffstlcc Nssrt.Dsalsrii
News-Dealers wasting more tbaa ana hundred
eoptee, must Bead la their ardors by I e'oi.ick, lb
Ten log prtalen, to hare them tiled prom pah.
military Blanks, .
Far sal at thl ft (Bee, suh aa JfoaUy Ormfmtf
Smmnu, CloiUaf fieeanu, Oninoao JMwma, PrvrUkm
taaarea, flyacioi gojeWheaA.AV, Aa.
" HallgTlans Barvlcaa.
Post CaArsL (fecoad FraabytarUa Church, Collag
treet, botaraea tli flq.ua r aad th Loulsrllls Depot)
Sabbath School and BolJiara' Blbl CU at I a'clock
Try Sabbath moratng. Preaching at 10 s'slock,
A.M., gal at T P.M. Prayar Meeting ry Wad
aaaday Bight Bt T o'clock.
J. 1ST. MIZJU,
Km. SO C"JIO! BTBCET
' B A JTFT OPKXKn A!f EXTEVSIVX .
Fancy and Family Grocery,
WHuor. eyiLt b Focxn constahti.t oh
head the beat ef erwry article la that I In. Th
atUatina of th public la aollclted to th ttock, which
eaanot b ariaeed In the city.
Freeh sap Ua received weekly.
Btmamtor to call at
o ralaa tr-.
Feb It If.
SUTLERS ATTENTION!
PHIL0 IX 0LAEK,
AO EXT FOB
Sand's , Chicago Cream Ale,
n BBLB. AMD BOTTLES.
121 Fuarth atraet, loalavllla, Ky. Bead oa yeur or
"Iehtt-lse . . P. M. CI.AH1C
V. I. GsassAi. HosmAI, No. 14 and lk
. OSTOTIOE! ,
Houri of Admission to Visitors .
tYer lUbP.if-, except cm Sunday, ulten
' m Jmiition it granlti.
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It, af tlie Cdbaar ef tha Iy. who will give leave
ef eatraBoe, and any infermatl'.a Beee.Ary. No
jii'iiiwiaei er edlb a will be allowed to be earned Into
the Muepltal without p rmiaaloa treat the ol&ear of
th ley er the aurgaua ta charge.
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e laated ta Lba wai.a of
Merchant Tailors and Clothiers.
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PLAKTLRS HOTEL,
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OFFICE AL.
LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES,
JWni at h Ihird Br'tirm of th Jhirfif-
ttvtnlh Congrt.
'' (Pcbmc No. 61
Am Act to pre nt tod punish frmjg op.
on the rercnur, to provide for the mors
certain tnd tpeedy collection of claimg
in ftror of tbt United Stttft, tnd for
other purpose g, ,
- 2tt it tnaded by Va Bmat and Ilaum of
JlepreMntattss sf m Umiat etatet fif Amer
icm in Conares xsmLled, That from tnd
tfter th first dtr of Jul-, eighteen hun
dred tnd tixtj-three, all inroicet of
good, wtret, tnd merchandise imported
from tny foreign count rj into tbe United
Stttet shall bt mtdo in tri plies to, tnd
signed by tbe perton or persons owning
or thipping ttid goods, wtrrt, or mer
chandise, if the itmt htrt tctutllF been
purchased, or by tbe manufacturer or
owner thereof, if the same htTe been pro
cured otherwise than by purchase, or be
lli e duly authorized agent of such pur
chaser, manufacturer, or. owner, tnd
ttid invoices shall, tt or before the thip
ment thereof, be produced to tbt consul,
vice consul, or commercial tgent ot the
United Stttet nearest tbe place of thip
ment for tbe use of tbt United States, tnd
shall have indorsed thereon, when to pro
duced, t decltrttion tigned by ttid pur
chase, manufacturer, owner, or tjeitt,
letting forth that said invoice it in til
respects true; thtt it contains (if the
goods, waret, tnd merchandise mention
ed therein are subject to td valorem duty,
tnd were obttined by purchase) t true
tnd full tUteuent of tbt timt when tnd
tbe place where the same were purchas
ed, tnd tbe tclntl cott thereof, tnd of til
charges thereon ; tnd that no discounts,
boon ties, or draw back t ire contained in
ttid invoict but euoh tt htvt actually
been allowed thereon ; tnd when obtain
ed in any other manner thtn by pur
chase, tht tctutl market value thereof at
the time and place when tnd where tbt
tame were procured or manufactured;
tnd if subject to specific duty, the actual
quantity thereof ( tnd thtt no different
invoice of tbe goods, wares, tod merchant
dine mentioned in the invoice to produc
ed has been or will be furnished to tny
one. If taid goods, wtres, or mere h an.
dist have been actually purchased, ttid
decltrttion thai! also contain t e'ate
ment that tht currency in which laid in
voice it mads out it tht enrrency which
wtt tctually paid for itid goods, wtres,
or merchandise by tbe purchaser. And
tbt person to producing ttid invoice
shall at tha tame timt declare -te . said
consul, vioe-consul, or commercial agent
tbe port in the United States at which it
ii in tended to make entry of ttid goods,'
warsa, or merchandise; whereupon tbe
taid consnl, vice-consul, or commercial
tgent shall indorst upon each of taid
triplicate! a certificate, nndtr hit btnd
and official seal, ttatintr that taid invoice
bat been produced to him, with the dale
of inch production, and the name of the
person by whom tbe itmt wat produced,
and the port it tbe Unittd Utalci it
which it tbtU be the declared intention
to make entry of tbt goods, waret, or
merchandise therein mentioned. : And
thereupon the ttid consul, vice-consul, or
commercial agent shall deliver to ths per
son producing tht lame one of said trip
lictlet, lo bt used in inakint; entry of
taid goods, warn, or merchandise j sh '.il
file mother in hit office, to be there care
fully preserved tnd tball, at soon as
prtoticable, transmit tht remaining one
to tht collector of tht port of tht United
State! tt which it thtli ba declared to be
the intention to make entry of taid goods,
waret, or merchandise. And no goods,
warei, or merchandise imported into tht
United Stale! from any forign place or
country after taid tint day of July,
eighteen hundred tnd sixty three, shall
bs admitted to an entry unless the in
voice preientsd shall iu all respect! con
form lo the reqnireoieutt hereinbefore
mentioned, tud tball htvt thereon the
certificate of tht consul, vice-consul, or
commercial tgent hereinbefore ipacifiad,
nor unless said invoict be verified tt the
time of making such entry by tha oath
or affirmation of the owner or consignee,
tr tbe authorized agent of the owuer or
coulgnet thereof, certifying tbat tht
livid invoice tnd the declaration bereun
art in hll respect! true, and were made
by tht person by whom tht tami pur
purti tc ban been made, nor, except ag
hereinafter provided, ualcsi ths triplicate
transmitted by said const.1, vioe-uonsul,
or commercial agent to the collector shall
htvt been received by him. And if such
owner, consignee, or agnt, of any goods,
wares, or mrrchaudice, shall knowingly
make, or attempt tu nike, an entry there
of by means of any Ul invoice, or
false certificate of a consul, vice
consul, or commercial agent, or
of any iuvoice which shall Do, contain a
true ititeuieat of ail t'i particulars
hereinbefore required, or by rneaui of
toy other false or fraudulent document
or paper, or of any other fkl or lraud
ent practice or appliance wbaltoswr,
isid good, waret, tod merchandise, or
their vtlue, shall be (forfeited tnd dis
posed of at othsr forfeitures fur violation
of the revenue lawt: J'rimulfd, Thtt
wberi from a change of ths destination
of tny inch gbods, wares, or merchan
dise, after the production .f the iuvoici
thereof to the consul, vic-conulr or
commercial tgent, ta bt remittors pro
Tided, or from other ctuse, the tripli
cate trtutmilted to the collector of the
port to which such goods, wares, or er
chandiao were originally destined, tbail
not have been received at the pott wh're
the tame actually arrive, and where il it
desired to make entry thereof, laid goods,
wares, and mrrchaudiss may ha admit
ted to an entry oi tht tsavution by Ua
owut-r, consignee, or s.ciit of t bond,
wiili suoVitni security, in double iiie
amount o( doty apparently due, ciudi
tiuotd for the payment of the duty m Lieu
shall be found to be actually due tlirran.
And it shall b the d-ity of the coluctor
of tbe port w tiers such enlry at.a.l be
oiadi immediately t'i notify lha consul,
vice-consul, or commercial tgent, Vt
ahom I uth invoict shall have ben pro
duced, to transmit to tucU collector a
certified copy thereof; tnd it shall bt tht
duty of tuch consul, vice-consul, or com
mercial agent to transmit the tame ac
cordingly without delay ; and aaid duty
thai! not be finally liquidated outil inch
triplicate, or certified copy thereof, ihall
have been received ProviM, That tuch
liqoidation shall not bo delayed longer
than eighteen monibi from the time of
making tuch entry : Anitprwi M, fur0.tr,
Th.t alian r.Aln .....1.1.. .
- .., iivui aviiuuuiui uiucrtaunr, i
it shall be impracticable for the person
desiring to make entry of any goods, J
aiCT. or mercnandise, to produce, at the
time of making such entry, tny in
voice thereof, ti hereinbeture requir
ed, it' shall be lawful for the .Sec
retary of the Treasury to author
ise the entry of luch goodd, wares, or
merchandise, upon luch i terms tnd in tc
cord.ince. with tuch genertl or special
regulations tt bt may prescribe. And
the Secretary of the Treasury it hereby
invested with the like power! of remit
sior in caara of forfeiture trising under
tuid act tt in other cases of forfeiture un
der the revenue laws : Ami prwidtd, fur
Oier, Tbat the provisions of this tct shall
not apply to countries where there is no
consul, vice-consul, or commercial tgent
of tba United State ( nor thtli any thing
herein contained bo construed to require
for goods imported under the reciprocity
treaty with Ureat Britain, signed June
fifth, eighteen hundred and fifty-four,
any other consular certificate than it
now required by law. And tbit act
shall be construed only to modify tnd
not repeal the act of M'.rch first, eighteen
hundred and twenty-three, entitled "Aa
aot supplementary to and to amend an act
entitled ' An act lo regulate the collection
of duties on import! and tonnage,' passed
March sec ond, one thousand teven hun
dred and ninety-nine, and for other pur
poses;" and the form of oaths therein eet
forth shall be modified accordingly : And
provided, futilter, That the provisions of
tnis tct snail not apply to invoices of
goods, waret or merchandise, imported In
to tny port or the United States from any
place beyond Cape Horn or the. Cap of
Uood Hope until the tint dty of Janu
ary, eighteen hundred and lixty-four.
Sec. 2. And It it fur Our enactai, That
the Solicitor of the Treasury, under di
rection of th Secretary of the Treasnry,
shall take cognizance of all frauda or at
tempted frauda upon the revenue, and
thtli exercise t general supervision over
the meaaurea for tbeir prevention tnd de
tection, and for the pi execution of per
sons charged with the commission there
of; and it tball be tbe duty of the col
lector! of the aevertl collection diitricta
of the United Stttet to report to him all
leisures of goods, waret, or merohaudisa
made by them, at toon tt practicable af
ter the tame art made, with written
statements of the facts upon which inch
seizure! are- based. And for the purpose
of enabling the Solicitor of the Treasury
to perform tbe dutiea hereby enjoined
upon bim, tbe kiecretary of the Treasury
it hereby tuthorited to employ not more
than three clerks, in tddttion to tbote
now assigned to the office of the Solicitor
by Itw, for tuch timt tnd tt inch rttet
of compensation at he may deem for the
public inUrest, tnd prescribe tbt com
pensation to be allowed to inch chirks,
not exceeding the amount now allowed
to clerks of like class ; said compensation
shall be paid in the same manner at other
expenses of collecting the revenue.
Sec 3, And bt it nrtf,r tmcttd, That
if tny person lhalL, by tht exhibition of
tny false aample, or by meant of any
false representation or device, or by col
lusion with any ollloer of tbe revenue, or
otherwise, knowingly efioct, or 'd in ef
fecting, tn entry of any goods, wares, or
merchandise tt lest than the true weight
or meaaure thereof, or upon a false clas
sification thereof as to quality or value,
or by the payment of lest than lheaiuount
of duty legally due thereon, tuch person
hall, upon conviction thereof, bt fined
in any sura not exceeding five thousand
dollars, or be imprisoned not exceeding
two years, or botb, at the discretion of
the court. j
Sec 4. And U it fitrOuir enidi, Tbat
If any officer of th revenue shall, by
collusion with any importer or other per
son, or by mean of any feist weight or
measure, or of any false classification at
to quality or value of any gut-ds, wares,
or merchandise, or by any other means
whatever, knowingly admit, or aid in ad
milling, to entry, any such goods, wars,
or merchandise, upon the payment of lest
than the amount of duty legally due
tburton, or tball knowiogi? aoorpl, from
tny persMn engaged la Ilia importation
of goods, wares, or merclitadite into the
United States, or interested tt principal,
clerk, or tgent in tny tuch importation,
or in the entry of tny goods, want, or
merchandise, tny fee, gratuity, or emolu
ment whatsoever, inch otllc shall, ou
conviction thereof, be removed from oilier,
and shall be lined in tny turn not ex
ceeding live thousand dollars, or be im
prisoned not exceeding two years, ttth
discretion of tht court.
8t. It. Al it it furOxr tnadt-l. That
tht collectors of tbe several dutrictt of
the UniUd Slates, in til caset of leisure
of tny goods, wars, or merchandise fur
violation of the retenu lawt, the ap
praised vaiut of which, in the district
wbertin such scuare tball be made, tball
not exceed oue thousand dollars, be tnd
they ere hereby authorised, tubject to
the ipprovat of the Secretary of tbe
Treasury, to release such goo.it o pay
ment of the appraised value .hereof.
Sec. 0, AM U it furOmr tnactni, That
if any jreou who shall tit engaged in
tht importation of goods, wtres, or nier.
ebandise into tin I nitao) Statra, or who
shall be interested as principal, clerk, or
tgent, iu the entry of toy g'X'ds, warn,
or merchandise, sball at tny time Brake,
or vCi r to make, ti any ollloer of the rev
enue, any gratuity or prot of any
money or other tlnoif ef value, tucli per
son Iball, oa conviction thereof, he burd
in toy turn not rxcrcdioA' hre lbouiil
du!i ai, or las iiupriaouru not turning '
tao ytara, al lh disvieiioo of the (.'mil.
hec 7. U it J f-triJ'tr et-aiinl, 'Hist i
whenever it absli be msds lo tr vr, by '
ttlidarit, to tlie tatitfactlon of l. dis- j
trie! juiigs of toy (iu.lnct within tb '
United Stttei, thtt tny fnud on the rev
enue hat beet tt tny time tctually com
mitted, or alternated, by any person or
persons interested or in tny way engigcd
in the iraportttion or entry of merchan
dise tt tny port within the United Sutos,
itid judge tball forthwith igmm bis war
rant, directed to the collector of the port
tt which tht merchandise in respect to
which srid.tlleged frauda have been
committed or attempted had been im
ported er entered, directing taid officer,
or mt uuiy tutnorized igcnfi nr !.
aali, tu airier tny place or premises when
tny invoices., books, trr ptperl roltting fo
sum mercutnaine or rnud tre deposited,
tnd to take tnd carry the tame tway lo
!e inspected; tnd any invoices, booki, or
ptpert to received or taken ihtll be re
tained by the oflicer receiving the same,
for the use of the United States, to long
tt be retention thereof may be neces
sary, subject to tht control and direction
of tlio Solicitor of the .Treasury.
Si c. 8. And bt it urOter enacte.1, Thtt
If any person shall wilfully conceal or
destroy any invoice, bonk, or paper re
lating lo any merchandise liable to dnty
which hat been or thtli hereafter be im
ported into the United Stttei from toy
foreign port or country, tfter tn innpeo
tlon thereof shall htvt been demanded
by tht collector of any collection dittrict
within tht United States, or shall tt any
time conceal or dettroy any such invoict,
book, or ptper, for the purpose of lup
prensing tny evidence of frtud therein
contained, tuch person tball be deemed
guilty of a misdemeanor, and ahall, upon
conviction thereof, bt punished by line
not exceeding five thoustnd dollars, or by
imprisonment not exceeding two yean,
or both, tt the ditoretion of the court.
Sec. 0. And be it further mtacted, Thtt,
for the purpose of realizing at much tt
mty properly be done from unproductive
lauds, and other property of the UuiUd
States acquired under Judicial proceed
ing! or other wine in the collection of
debti, tbe Solicitor of tbe Treasury be
and be il hereby authorized, with the
approval of the Secretary of the Treas
ury, to rent, for a period not exceeding
three years, or tell tny tuch lands or
other property tt publio ttle, tiler ad
vertising tht time, pltcr, tud condition!
of such I ale, for three month! preceding
tbt same, in loine newspaper published
in tbt vicinity thereof, in audi manner
tnd upon tucb terms tt may, in his judg
ment, be moit advantageoui te the public
intereita. . i - j
Sec. 10. And be it furthtir enacted, Thtt
upon a report by a district attorney, or
any ipeelal ittorney or tgent having
charge of tny claim in favor of lba Uni.
ted Stttei, showing in detail the Condi
finn of tuch el aim, and the tarint upon
which tbt tame mty bt compromised,
tnd recommending tbat tbe lame be com
promised upon the termi to offered, tnd
upon the recommendation of the Solicitor J
or tht Trettury, the Secretary of the
Treasury be tnd be it hereby tuthoriz4
to compromise tuch claim accordingly. :
Sec. 11. And U it further tmiA, Thai
there thtli be ttxed tnd ptid to district
tttorneyt two per centum upon til mon
ey! collected or realized intnytuitor
proceeding trieing under tbt revenue
Iibji conducted by them in which tbe
United States it a party. The act in re
lation to coitt, approved February twenty-sixth,
one thousand eight hundred
and fifty-three, ahall not apply to such
allowances, and the tamt shall be in lieu
of all costs and feet in tuch suit or pro
ceedings. . . !
See. 12. .diKf iti futOter envtnd, Thtt
in til suits or proceeding against col
lectors or other office rt of tbe reveuue for
tny tct done by them, or for the recov
ery of tny money exacted by or paid to
luch o Ulcer tod by him paid into the
Trettury of the United fctaU-s, in the
performance of his olllcial duty, in which
tny district or othsr tttornty ahall be
directed to appear on behalf of tuch offi
cer by the SrcretAry or Solicitor of tbe
Treasury, or by any other proper ollicer
of tne Oovernment, audi attorney shall
bo allowed tuch cumpeniation for bis
cervices therein tt shall be eertiiied by
the court in which such suit or proceed
ings shall be had, to be leasonable and
proper, and approved by tbe Secretary of
tbe Treasury ; and where a recovery
shall be bad in any such suit or proted
ings, tnd tht court thtli certify thtt
there wtt probable cause for khi tct
done by the collector or oilier officer, or
thtt bt tcted under the direction of the
Secretary of the Treasury or other pro
peroUker of the Cloremiuenl, no txect
lion shall ist'it tgtir.lt inch collector or
other ollicer, bnt the amount an recover
ed shall, upon final judgment, be pro
vided for and paid out of the proper tp
propiintion from the Treasury.
Sec. 13. And U ttfurlJxr tow.!, That
la til suits or procetdmK again! entire
ton, or other olllcert of tht revenue, for
t y tct done by them, or lor the recovery
of any money exacted by or paid to tucb
oificvra, which thtli have hem paid iuto
tha Treasury of the LniUd hlatrs, it
tball be to duty of tht respective dis
tricl attorneys within the district where
tuch luit or proceedings shall be hsd, un
less otherwise instructed by Iht Secre
tary of tba Treasury, to appear on If -half
of tuch ollieeie. And it tl.ali be
the duty of th several district attorneys,
on the first of October of each year, to
make reluros to ths Hi-licitor of the
Tretiury of tht number of prom-dingi
tnd taut torauienerd, pending, tnd dv
tcrmined within kit, district during tha
fiscal year next preceding th dale of
ucb returns ; which returns shall show
th dale when such proceedings or suits
in etch rase commenced tnd if f r tny
reason tbe determination of six h pro
cerdiii(S or s jus iball have been dtisytd
or cmiiuui d beyond Ih uusl or reason
this peiiod, tm h reason hil be set
frth, together with t statement of the
uiraaures taken by lb district anort-'-y
to pre such pi'K.ediiit or suit to A
vU e. And ll.e return Webf directed
shall be embraced " a report bf Iho ('o
lic itor to lb Secretary of lb Treasury,
to be by inn annually transmitted to
Congres, With a staU uw Ll of U nionsyt
rereivrd by ll.e Solicitor, tud by h
distiitt aUVriejr ofiuVr Hie provisions of
Ibit i' t.
See. 14. And hit VMer enojtJl, thtt
the seventeenth tectimi or the tct entitltd
"An tct increasing temporarily Hit 'du
ties on imports, tnd for other purposes,"
approved July .fourteen,, eightee a-hundred
and tixty-two, tnd to mjich ol the
eigbtfaninth aecfou of the act entitled
"An act to regulate the collection of du
ticion iioporlstnd tonoige," tpproved
March second, seventeen hundred and
ninety. nine, and so much of the third
lection of the act entitled "An actio ad-
union to tnt act for the puulthment cf
certiin crimet tgaintt tht UattedStattt,''
tpproved March twenty. sixth, eighteen
hundred tnd four, at impose any limita
tion upon the rommenctraeiit of anv ac
tion or proceeding for the recovery of any
fine, penally, or forfeiture incurred by
reason of the violation of any law of tht
United Slttet roltting to the importation
or entry of goods, wares, or merchandise,
tr hereby repealed. ' ' 1
Approved, .March. 3, J8C3. .' , .a
The New Jsreey Reldlere ' ' the)
Action ef the Igl.Utwre. "'
Caarnv tn ltia "raw Jv tWea-rnhs, flaiow t
r.1' .1 i ea'ajfri'i V., lUiauia, isaa J
Whkbbai, The Legislature of our Bt
live State, a State hallowed .by tbt re
membrance of the bat l Us of 1'iiuceton,
Trenton tnd Monmouth, fields tttined
by the blood of our fore fa then in tht
establishment of our Oovernment, hat
tougbt to tarnish it, high ; honor, and
bring upon it disgrace by the passage of
resolutions tending to a dishonorable
peace with irtned rebel seeking to de
ttroy our grett and beneficent tloVern-
incus tun oest ever assigned lor tht hap
piness of the many; and, . i
Wuxaita, We, lior sona, members of
the Kleventh Kegimcnt New Jersey Vol
unieora, citixeni, representing eve-ry tac
tion of tht Slate, have loft our bomee: -to
endure the fatigues, privations and dan
gen Incident to a soldier's hr, in order
to maintain oor KepublioMn iti integrity,
willing to sacrifice our livet to that ob
ject, fully recognizing tho impropriety r
a loldier t discussion of the legislative
function! of the Stale, yet deeming it
doe to onrselvei that the volet of those
who offer their til in their country'!
cttitt be Letrd, whet, weak tnd wickid
men seek its dishonor therefore ,t1j
JkWiW, Thtt the Union of the Stttet
lithe only guarantee for the preserva
tion of our liberty and Independence,
tnd thtt tbe wtr for tbe tuaintenenoe bf
thtt Union command now, at it ever hat
done, our best eflorli tnd our heartfelt
sympathy. - -
lletnlved, Thtt wt consider1 the pas
sage, or even tbe Introduction of the to
called IVaco Ketolutlona, tt wioktd,
weak and cowardly, tending to aid,, by
their sympathy, the rebels locking to de
Itroy the llepublic.
' Iteanhtd, That we regard ks traitori
tlike the foe in arm I and tht secret ene
mies of our Government, who, at home,
foment disaffection and ttrive Iq dettroy
confidence in our legally choten rojeri
J(xhl, Thtt the report! spread
broadcast throughout the North, by se
cession sympathisers, prints tnd voices,
Ibtt tht army of which wt esteem It
t high bnnor to form a part, it demoral
ized and clamorous lor peace on any
terms, are the Ijing utterances of traito
rous tonguel, and do base injustice to
our noble comrades who have never ful
lered in the grett wprk, and are now net
only willing but anxiout to follow their
gallant tnd cbivtlrio letder against tbt
tlrongholds of tbe er.emy. "
lUtrdvtd, Thtt we put forth every ef
fort, endure every fatigue, and shrink
from no dangrr, uotiJ, under tht g reiki us
guidance of t kind l'rovidenre, every
trmed rebel thtli be roiiquend and
traitors tt burnt thtli qnske with fear, tl
tho proud emblem of our National Inde
pendence tball insert its power, trm
North l South, end crush luth its
fiowerful foldl til who dared to ai ill
mnor, doubly hallowed by tha memory
of tht patriot dead. . i. .
The Uuirelt Hlel-Heel far ikt.
perlaeade.
The Peoria (111.) Irtnxrijd aptly tayt
that this diigiaceful riot well illustrated
the copperhead character t :
"They were very indignant at flrtt at
the outrageous conduct of the negroes',
tnd were loud aud vehement in their
denunciations of tha Abolitiwuieli who)
fetching tnd encouragement bad la
dueed the villainous African! lo perpe
tralo tuclt oriniva. lmh-ed the cursed
thulitioiiisi were the tola cause ef the
Xicgro't outride, and the Violence of tht
copperhead mob that flluwd. Of reure
the mob was not tt ail to blame; it wat
the most natural thing in tbe world for
il te give Vent to its outraged feelings.
Hut when Iho alleged rove turned out
to be a tyiiriiii Iiuliun, ths llre-iu Uie-retr
journal sudJeuly btcsoii (lu.ub at iiae
laaiu'l tl they Ltd not t word to tay
ttey were instantly transformed front
" bulls of llaibm" Into "Sucking doves "
It wa loo bad. . Tbeir pariisane had
raisud t ftsrlul riot, burned house,
brutally outrgea women arid tbilcliru,
and even taken life; and ttier wa no
negro iu the woodpile fWr til! And
wort than that, ibe eklrttef tha infernal
abolitionist war cl.ar of tttinlbert
was not t peg to ban t lie upon lu regard
an them. Hut ll.e "unkindrtt cut' of
til wa tbt appalling fart tbat by m
uai'e fatality tbe mb ram vry tar
lynching, in toe Hpauiah Indian, on? of
tlieir own number, t genuine copperhead
arid true disciple o J c II. J;,,. No
woiidrr th orn li s tie dumb tt lha bar
contemplation of au b iieaifol brl
Ihey aiay thank the military for Saving
thi in from toiuiuilling lba aiinalnral
crime of frr'ni'ie. Iu ronrlutiua wa
khuuld like lo sail lb bgro,bobia jour
nal contlvti ntia Ia', iij.'l r wi.ose It' bing
It wa tbat tt, Spaoiali Jodlau, t br,
mart and Iru in lb rr.pprrbed ranks,
UaiUi.Utii.oioii.it outrsgas on deftnee
Ira aoliicli.
Lrbel paper ; ak of Hooker's tnny
liavw.g brri ml lo I'ort Uoyal.

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