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Let Us Hope On.
IUmi-stkad, N. H., Sunday, )
April 3rd, 1853. )
DlAm Maid i I do not tilt entirely to give
Up my acquaintance with the Bugle, though I
4a not know that any thing I can aay, will bo
important, or even interesting. To bo urc,
tkare 1 every thing to bo done, and none too
much time In which to do it, (there is enough,)
but this, Instead of boing a good reaaon for ex
torting people, la tho very reason why they
sight not to need to be exhorted. And besides,
very thing la alieady persuading to' duty in
our gieat cause, and why then should one
humble individual undertake to add words of
encouragement And ercn if he were to,
would not hia fccblo tones be lost in the mighty
'bugle blast echoed from all things else would
nt these worda be drowned in tho ocean voice
of admonition and entreaty, resounding from
very band )
Yes, for each and all aro on our sido even
now, the throbbing hcart-pulso of the univcrso
beata in favor of emancipation t the hrarcn,
and heaven of heavens sun, moon, and "stars
that in their courses roll" declare for univcr.
eal liberty. Earth, kind mother of tho race,
proclaims with ten thousand tonguoi, that her
koly children were not made to wear fetters.
Mercy, love, Justice even tho commonest in
tincta of our one humanity cry out that man
ahould every where be free. Tho heart, pleads
far its fellow heart ita other suffering self.
Angela acknowledge tho slave their brother.
Even slare-owncrs and alavo-holdcrs in tho
other land (they vert such !) repent their for
mer misdeeds, and reach forth tho hand to de
liver the victims, they scourged whilo here 1
Millions of spiritual creatures walk the earth
Vnaeen, both whilo we wake, and while wo
To compass tho destruction of the mis-concciv-d,
and 111-begotton slavo sj jtcm. And those
till living who contend for it, yet do so with
less than their old confidence, and with a daily
growing desperation, lor they road on all their
walls, "mi!, tkkel, i-riiAiistN." Even they
themselves aro unconsciously for us, for their
own hearts love liberty, and detest bondage.
Those true brother hearts will yet speak out,
and publish ukase for freedom I Ar.d tho
slave, too, is helping, lor mnro and more ho
grow into the knottlcdgo of him'iclf, mid fid
that he is an etjtiul, and a man. And thus aro
all things for us, and the victory coinctli I The
whole past, from tl.e day our peaceful and
bloodless (it ought to be,) crusado commenced,
has foreshadowed that victory. All our sue
reases hitherto, huvo been but presages, carnosts
of this, our Umd.our crowning suc.-css. And a
thousand things beside, f.irctcll it. I'lyinouth
Hock, thcto in ita glorious resting placo by
'the sounding sea," forever bright with tho
aunshino of licsvon, and wet with tho ocean's
apray Uunkcr Hill Monument, lifting ita lofty
summit to the overhanging blue, and looking
down on tho "Old Cradle," where the first
chocs of liberty rang tho plains of Lexington
nd Concord, of Vorktown and Monmouth, and
8aratr.fi, and many another red battle field,
whose noble but erring men sinned and died,
but ainncd and died both for liberty tho great
name, of the early abolitionists, J,iy and Frank
lin, CUrkson and Wilbcrforcc, Granviilo Sharpc
nd Elizabeth llrvrick, and greater names of
our own Garrison. Thompson, and Smith, of
our heroic martyr Womb, and martyr Heroes
11 the sclf-emiobicd manhood of a race which
has given ua tho illustrious examples of Touis
ant, Nat Turner, Madison Washington, and
Douglass ill, all arc but so many prophecies,
that this will one day, not bo a luml of slavery 1
, What mighty conception, and how they
make tho heart bcut high ! Fait, present and
before how tho blood tingles in our veins as
wa grasp them in ono ! O heaven 1 may bo
there in that futuro to see that about of un
earthly triumph, rising on the four winds, rend
ing tho vory skies, and mingling with tho songs
of paradise, till it is lost amid tho choiring of
the Seraphimi. O Power that fates tho uni
verse, may it ho mine to join in that shout !
The heart will break, and tho eyes stream tears,
to think of it? And the bliss which thoso
hall then know who have aided to bring that
day, who huvo toiled And agonized to confer
tha boon of freedom, who havo not counted
their live dear, but have spent and been spent,
of whom it may literally bo suid, that they have
"done what they could" may it bo ours that
day to posses that bliss I And tho glory with
which relonllcss Time, that will not be bought
not bribed, and all-avonging History, shall tail -leaaly
stamp the names of thoso who havo hated
oppression, and loathed instead of loved ' tho
wages of unrighteousness," and in ado no cove
nant with wrong, but in the midst of shume
nd persecution, have borno aloft the banner of
Juatic and brotherhood humble meed of
that glory be ours I
Only the actions of tho just,
Smell sweet, and blossom in the dust I'
aQ ! who would not belong to our noblo band ?
2f wonder Garrison wroto ' I am ax Adoli
tiohutI" Wbo would not be oner And
who that ia ono, would ever turn back, or fall
from this grace of life f Surely we who havo
enlisted soldiers for the war, whatever may
befall,' must onward and upward ever,' in our
work, not lagging idly behind, but ' kocping
breast' of the great truth, that
Man ia more than Constitutions'
Yes, or Institutions I
' Let ua go forth to " preach deliverance to the
captives, end tho opening of the prison doors
ta them that aro bound," well as to gladden
(he heart (sad heart, that never yet knew true
bliss I) of tha oppressor with an untold joy
the joy of having hia eye opened to ace the
att-rox of hi ways, of being rescued from hor
rible crime, and of being led to obey tha voice
of hia Inner nature, prompting him to strike
off tha chain, and do his equal brother justice I
To this great work, let us give labor, life, love
but moat of all, give lovel
One after one, East, West, North, the old
taunch friends of our cause, are experiencing
the resurrection, and passing eternal on 1 Let
us fill their place I Not fViA them, for none
can more than fill their own, but fill up our
thinning ranks. Let us keep our columns un.
broken, and swell them to mighty host.
Then knowing that it takes timt for even the
eternal right to conquer, (for men must grote to
be good,) but that it will assuredly conquer In
time, let us,
1 With heart for any fata
Still achieving, atill pursuing,
Learn to labor, and to tcait!'
And come, O como the day 1
Yours, the slave', and the world',
A Good Movb. The Teacher and friend
of Education in Stark county, l.avo formed an
association for the collection of Geological
specimens from tho county. The collection is
to bo mado and kept at Alliance. It is a move
ment worthy of imitation.
Temperance. A aeries of temperanra
lectures linvo been delivered in this place,
during, the week, by Mr. M. M. Edwnrda of
Cineinnnii. Mr. E. Iina long been laboring
hi this cniise.
We Imve also rcctived from Mr. Frost iho
preceding tf llin lain tnmperiiuce Conven
tion in New Lisbon. They nre too long lor
insertion this week. The resolution nre
thorough. They gn decidedly fiir the Maine
Law for emiro prohibition. A county or
ganization wa also affected, tho object of
which will bo learned from the following ar
ticle, of tins CoiiHtitution :
Articlo 1. (I. Thi nssofiatinit slui'! lie
called tho Columbiana county Temperance
Alliance. It may become auxiliary In any
Alliance, to bo lurmed on llifl nine general
2. It object ahull lis to prnmnto in all
possihla w tho online of Temperance ;
tint il primary ami definite object ahull be
to cause lo be enacted a law which ah'ill ac
tually prohibit tlic manufacture anil on lo of
intoxicating liipmrs n n beverage. To se
cure thi result, ita members will u,o nil law
ful mid lionnrablo menus to irnmotn I lie
election of such men Incur legislature as nre
pledged In sustain and vole lorn law similar
in iln fuiidiiiiienliil principles lo llin Maiuo
Liquor Law ; bill tliey will not resort lo sen-
nrolu riiimimiliDiis, unless compelled in do so
by thu present political parlies refusing or
liecjeclinjr t'i present men br these otliccs
worthy of llieii suffrages in this respect.
Naw Yohk Daily Tuibunk, which, a
nowa paper, has no equal in the land, hat been
enlarged and greatly improved in it typogra
phy. The great fault we hove ever had with
it, is that its typo has been 'o small. Many of
its readers havo got tho news at tho expense of
thoir eyes. Hut on this ground, henceforth, no
objoction can lie against it. We wish all other
papers in small print, would follow its example.
The Semi-Weekly Is also to be Immediately
enlarged to the new siito of tho Daily. Of tho
change, the editor says: "There aro thirteen
of us concerned in tho Tribuno establishment
as proprietors, with ono hundred and seventy
men directly employed on Iho paper all to be
subsisted out of its Current income and this'
enlargement adds snmo $.30,000 per annum to
our expenses without necessarily increasing our
Tub Curcl'Lii. A correspondent of tho
Genesee Fanner says that this rascally enemy
of good fruit, comes out of tho ground about
tho timo the trees aro in blossom that in ap-
pcaranco it then resembles a common louse.and
invariable crawls up tho body of the tree, du-
ring tho warmer part of the day. Ho proposes
to trap tho marauder by a ring of tnr around
the tree, which should bo stirred or renewed
every day. Ho says that in this way ho last
spring caught six hundred on ono tree. It is
worth the trial. Begin in season.
Tho Mnr.sfiold Statesman say it has evidence
of fearful conspiracy. It says :
" We aro aivnr of tho existenco of said so
cicty, by the confession of one of it member
who ha 1 too much conscience for such a brother
hood. Ho stated that they were banded together
for robery, theft, counterfeiting and murder, and
to protect each other from tho fungi of the law,
by being witnesses for each other, and getting
on juries when they could. Death, he said, was
tho penalty of any betrayal of their secrets or
plans, or of any of tho brothorhood, or of any
Infielity to their secret obligations.
" Ho further states that this society is extend
ed to evory Stato in tho Union has branches
and high officers in all tho States that its mem
bers were numerous and respectable, many of
them occupying important stations ; and, having
wide influence, some aro membcrsof churches
and church officers, f nd attend to tho forms of
religion, such as asking blessing at the table,
and attending to fuoiily worship. Theso state
ments are made in confidence, under circum
stances calculated to leave little or no doubt of
their truth. Tho name of this humble penitent
confessor dure not bo given, as he would certain
ly be put to death if his confession should corns
to the knowledge of the brotherhood.
" There can bo no doubt of the existence of
this society, and it is fearful state of things,
nd shows to whut uses secrecy can be put.
To have secret oath-bound and banded robbers,
thioves and murderers mixed up with the com
munity, and entering into our families, end apy.
ing out all our precious things, and st th same
time praying with us, and going to th sacred
communion, is truly horrible state of society.
But so it is ; we know not the danger to which
thi alarm may expose us, but the community
ought to be apprised of these things, ind we
hav concluded to sound out th alarm.
A similar society was formed in Europ in 17-
77,by Weishaupt.Zwack & Kniggie.which con
tinued ten years and wa then broken up by the
discovery of their papers in the hand writing of
They had receipts for'produclng abortion.fllling
room with stupefying odors ( and diver like
hellish things and scores of counterfeit seals.
We shall rejoice to hear of the like detection
nd disruption of the on that has mad it
homo with u.
American Anti-Slavery Society.
THE ANNUAL MEETING or The
Amebic Ati Slave t Societt will bo
held in ihe city of NEW YORK, at -Tint
CHINESE ASSEMBLY ROOM, No. Sl!l
Broadway, on Wednesday, Mat lltli, 18.3,
commencing nl 10 o'clock, A. M.
The Bisons Meetius of the Society
will bo held in the large Committee Room
of the same building, on lliu Afternoon of
Wednesday, May 11, and on Thursday. It
is very desirable thai large delegation from
nil parts of the country shall bo in attendance,
not only nt Ilia public Aimiversury, but at
these subsequent private meetings for the
transaction of important business in relation
to proposed operations of llie Society fur the
WM. LLOYD GARRISON, President.
SK' ,,,,,LUS Secretaries.
Mus. Rosmsox, has withdrawn from tho
Publishing Agency of the Uugle, and i uo
cccdcd by Ann Feauson, to whom letter of
business relative to tlio paper should hereafter
Her resilience is on Green St., next door east
of James Burnaby's, where she will be found,
ready to attend to any business connected with
Those who have heretofore been in Iho habit
of calling for their papers at Samuel Brooke's
store, will hereafter call for them at tho print
The Stratry calls attention to new aspect
of tho trade just developed, by which the Asi
atio markot is enlarged by the addition of Chi
"But the trade in China is most remarkable,
in consequence of ita having finally come
athwart the intenso nationality of tho Chinese,
and thus led not only lo variety of pretty
tradgedtes and explosions, but to the cxposuro
of the true character of the traffic so graciously
smiled upon by Exotcr Hall in tho midst of de
nunciations of slavery.
" The Hindoos aro a patient race, used to bo
conquered, trampled on, skinned and sold by
strangers. It seems to have become port of
their nature to take ill this as matter of course,
nd without complaint. Th Coolio ttado has
therefore flourished ith them snd gone on in
creasing without niurincr or question. But tho
Chincso are differ nt sort of animal-vain of their
national name, despising and hating foreigners,
and as turbulent and mobbish as the Mexican
themselves. Greedy of gsin, and singularly
unscrupulous as to the means, thcro was not
the smallest difficulty in engaging any amount
of Chincso brokers in tho business nf selling
their countrymen tho dilluulty was not to get
tho cattlo' into market. It appears that a
sound Chinaman, delivered at tho British agen
cy, was worth a hundred dollars : and tho 'cat
tle,' as wo suid, not being plcuscd with tho
tranfer to tho outsido barbarians.'it was neces
sary for tho agents to resort to cunning devices,
and when these failed, to pluin kidnapping.
" The result has been anything hut pleasant.
In a caso not very long since, the Coolies roso
against tho ofiicor of the ship at sea and mur
dered them. Tho Alt C'aliiorniiin intimates
that tho cxamplo has been abundantly copied
sinco. It says : "Every arrival brings us ac
counts of vessels putting back without officers
nd in the utmost distress, tho result of disaffec
tion and mutiny on tho part of the injured and
deluded passengers, who were perhaps induced
to take passage under false rcprscntations and
pinmiscs nf speedy passago to California, or
some other country where they might earn
" This is not al The Chinese population '
homo have beenmo bitterly exasperated at the
frauds practiced on them, and in the cities
where the system has been most extensively sot
in force, have mobbed tho British traders, and
put to death their Chincso agents. At Ainoy
the crew of man of war Was called on shoro
to defend the house of one of the dealers in
" human cattlo." But it is not called the slave
trade, and thorcfnro is honest in the eyes of all
tho motley tribes of mouthers and pharisees.
But tho real character of it may be determined
by the fact that the Cuba planters have begun
to look to it a profitable substitute for the
African Slav trade."
The Free Soiler ol Massachusetts are to
give r dinner, complimentary to John P. Mule
in Boston, on the 5th nf May,
A writer in llio National Intelligencer
mil up the various (iflicr in Ihe gift of the
Departments nl Washington, which Ihe Eve
ning Journal proceed to anulyre after Ibis
ClerkhiMi, 730, aliout $! 13 1,000
Head of Departments, &c, 1,250,000
Foreign Envoys, annually, 250,000
Post Office expenses and com., 2,500,000
Mail Contractu, 6,500,000
Custom House and Officials, 2,000,000
Advertising of the Departments, 70,000
Congressional Priming 500,000
Ohio Woman's Rights Association
The Fret Annual Meeting of the Ohio
Woinnns' Rights Association will lm held nt
RAVENNA, Portage Co., Ohio, commencing
on Wednesday, Iho 25ili nf May next, nt 10
o'clock A. M., and continuing two days.
The object of this Association is the re
moval of the ninny unjust mid oppressive
legal anil social regulations, from which
Woman suffers; and which tend, not merely
lo prevent her fulfilling lie r nwn high destiny
by meeting her responsibilities nnd per
forming her duties but retard hlsn, tho
progress nnd development of tint nice.
The intelligence of the world is becoming
nwukened lo I ho evils of runny of these legal,
sociirl, and vocational disiincliou ; nml man
hood, n well ns womniih'ind, is demanding
something belter adapted lo the advancement
and welfare of both.
The friends of Humanity and Progress arc
earnestly ami cordially invited to attend the
meeting, nnd there discus tho subject of
Woman's true position in society her rights,
duties, and resMiusibililies.
SALLIE B. GOVE. Secretary.
March, 28th, 1853
Receipts The Bugle for the week ending
D. W. Thayer, West Milton, (2,25-390
Oco. Paddock. Liberty, 1,00-308
Thomas C. Stowart, Shalersvillc, 03 3.50
Paul Tubar, Adrian, CO 410
L. Tabor, 40-410
D. Marble, New Antioch, 3,0Q-oi0
I. Watson, Mt Union, l,fi0-400
Horace Case, llootstown, 1,-50 480
Dr. C. Pearson, Salem, 1,50-44-
Thos. Chandler, Adrian, 40-42.
It. Reynolds, Clinton, 1,40 411
Mary II. Cox, Hamarton, 2,00-380
J. Miller, M.imcnsville, 40-440
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RAYMOND, JONES cc CO., Publishers.
No. J 1-1 Nnssuti-st., Nuw-York City.
Rochester City S.md Store in Salem. All
Kinds of Garden nml Field Seeds, just ru
fciveil, and lor sale bv
I. TRESCOTT &, CO.
March, 30ih, 185;).
WATER-CURE AND INFIRMARY,
f on Tin: cure of cunvxic diseases
Located at Oiianville, Lickixo Co., O., and
combines li e advantages nt' other good estab
lishments, a healthy locution, a supply of pure'
water, pyiunaxiuni, a skiltul lutly in churo nf
tho fcniulu pulients, a physician uho has hud un
extensive practice nf '2o years, Sic, fcc.
Females who have been coi. Unt il to their beds,
tumble to walk or sit up fur liom ono to twenty
year, in conncqucnea of nervous, spinal, nr
utcriuo disca-.e, are especially invited to coriea.
pond with or visit u. Universal succrfs in
tho treatment of this class of discuses ha given
us conll mice, and we say to all such, even
though they havo suffered much ot many l'liy.
siciaus, nnilio one more trial. Terms from $,6
to $ i per week. Putiriits I'ui nUh to cU and
pucaini; mutciijla. Addicss,
W. W. BANCROFT.
Graivillo, Nov. 5, "52.
OUTING AND FITTING.
S. H. O ALB RE ATI! & JULIA A. STONE.
respectfully announce that they are prepured by
the use of Mitchcl's Mathematical Guide, to
cut and fit Ladies' Dresses, .Mens' and Buys'
Sucks. Coats, Hound Jackets and catx. I'l-.cy
snlicit tho pntronarjoof all who ore in need of
their services, Irnm town or country, me)
may be found for Iho present at their respective
resiliences, Mrs. Ualbresth on Main St., below
tomliiisnn's Store and Miss Stone on Now Gar
den St., South of Main.
N. B. Tho right to use tho guide, for sale at
above, also, Instruction ;ivcn fur tha samo such
a will enable any person to cut and tit with
accuracy, for either male ot femslo.
Rdem, Dee. 17, 1855.
The Sugar Creek Falls Walcr Cure.
TWELVE miles South of Massillon under
the ohnrgo or Dis. Frcase, is supplied witk
pure soft sprinn water, and eonflsjcled on pure
Hydropathic principle. Wo give no drills,
Tncy aro only hindrances lo tho radical cure of
' The success which has thu far attcn.
""r ' to allevuito the ufferini; or
humanity, enable, us to .peak confidently o
tl.o virt.se. of ,wr, soft water, a roper diet ...
" w,l" "
February 19, 1S53.
1,000 COOK AGENTS WANTED.
TO SELL PICTORIAL AND USEFUt,
., ,.,.-j w... .. ..r. . ,
WORKS FOR THE YEAR 1843.
$1,000 A YEAR!
y ANTED, IN EVERY COUNTY
V '1 UK UNITED STATES, active
enter; noun mm, t. engage in the sale of soro
of the best Looks puMishcd in Ihe country.
To men of Rind ablrc, possessing small '
ea;itid of from to (I on, such inducement
Kill bo offered as to cnahlo them to mak from
f 1 to t&.'i a day profit.
Mr 1 he Hooks published by us arc all useful '
in their character, extremely popular, and com '
mi ml large sales wherever they aro oliered.
For further par:iciilurs, address, (postag
ROBERT SE AR', Tt iilisiier,
HI William Street New-York; '
1 W. KMOHT, & Co,
Cookscllors and Stationers;
5, sUPERtOU ST., CLEVELAND, O.
HAVE constantly on hand a full sssortmsnt
of BOOKS In every department of Literature,
LAW, MEDICAL THEOLOGICAL, CLAS
SICAL, SCHOOL AXD MISCELLANE
Andrew Jackson Davis' Publications, Includ
ing his Great Hariuoiiin In 3 vols., Revelations
Approaching Crisis, Philosophy of Spiritual
PRINTER'S STOCK.-Cords, Cord-Boarde.
Ink, (iliir.cd, Medium, Demy, Cup, Quarto and
Orders from the country respectfully solicit!.
E. U. KN1UI1T, & Co.
Dec. 21. 13,32.
The Bosk of ilic Season.
FIR!' EDITION NOW READY.
Tlir. Srnthr's Son: Or thr Mtine Ln m
Lnrt Hcfuge (' y Metta Yu tohia I'l'L
leu. 'I bis Inst work ol this talented ml
popular uiilhnr, is now ready. Its object,
Ihe tiilu iiiipm is, istu show Hint tho Mains
Liw is tint last mill only remedy fur ll'ce.tual
ly stopping tlm prn-ieis of Intcmperanre,
and hIho bow dillietilt it is to break nil' Ibis
habit hen mieu firmly seated, whilo titer
is tin prohibition of the sale of intoxicating
Tlm first edition nf !2CG0 is now nearly
feme, nnd n set-oml nml slill larger, wll be
put lu press in it lew dais. A liberal dis
count to llin Trade.
ffyAxmit wanted lo nid in circulating
tills tvuik. Address, post-paid,
TOOKER & UA TCIIEL,
Publishers, Clevelutul, O. '
JOHN C. WIIINERY,
SURGEON DENTIST 1 Ojpes over IA
S.ikm lluok store. The subscriber would in
form his friends nml the public, that ho is agaia
'''. 11 1V'"3 spent several mnu'.lia ia
Uincininiti.in making hiiiisclfminutely ar(iuain
tod with the various liranchra of his l'rolession
he feels conli.lent of being ablo to render th
fullest satisfaction to thoso who may require hi
Salem, March S, 18.53.
ioon vi.i:, rtn suijovE aco
41 B.VNK ST., CLEVELAND;
WHOLESALE Dealers in Woolen and Do.
mcstiu O.ioiN. Morchiints Hill find a larger as.
torment of Woolen Goods than at anv nthst
hourn West of N. York, and nt a aalisfactort
tonus us can bo found in N. Yoik or Boston.
C'ish a lvalues on Wool.
N ivcmucr 27, 1S52.
AS inquiry is constantly hcinjr mad by
letter nroiherttise, in reference lo Iho oomina?
Icrmof this Institution, tho undersigned deems
it proper to state that thoui'h ho expects to ba
absent during tho coming Spring term, it will
continue its operations under the caro of J. l.
Harris, who has s;'cnt sevciul mouths in th
school, is fiiinilinr witli its reru,.utious, and who
will doubtless dischuio the duties which may
devolvo upon him, to the entire satisfaction ol
thoso who may aitcni!, No mora Student will
bo taken than ho can ti.ko thurgo of himself,
without the uid of assistants.
The branches tauht, will be Orthography,
lUauinr;, 1'cnmsusliip, (ieof;mphv, Enuhsh
Uraitiinnr, Arithnietie, Nat. Philosophy, Clients
istry, l'hysiuloy, Alebia, (Jcometry, Plain
and Spheiicnl Tinjonouietry and Surveying.
Tuition per quarter of 1 1 weeks, from $3 I
fit, Books can bo hired for the term or pur
chatod at tho Institute
Those who wish it csn receive Instruction In
Pen and Pencil Drawing and Fainting in Wa
ter Colors on very moderate terms.
Board, or rooms can be procured on reasona
ble terms. The Spring term will commence
March 2SiU, U iJ, and continue 13 weeks.
For fuither particulars address J. B. Harris,
Sttlem, Culumbiana County, Ohio.
. . WM. McCLAIN.
February 16, 1853.
raUItCUATWT TAILOR I
.V. SiJ Uaiu-St., Out Door Wut of SaUm Book.
start, Salem, Ohio. ....... ,f
Coat.,Ve.ta, runt., le., Mad. to order ft
Wauanted to Give Satisfaction.
The Tailoring Busii ts In all it. Brat).
tairied on as horctofoi. ' -..T
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