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THE BIG- BLUE UNION
,)anG TfHhispafgli and m the latcw w .oftPhiladelphiaPjress. , When it f is
arr'firavmeutfeqiHredFaliyob'VNoTkonr. i ;,.r;Ji; . ''
Srt.JBSf-Payineut feqi
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Aii.rRmnnin'iR&tioM. or matters Relating to
tle;ousiaesof the office, Bliould be iddiessed to
JNO-'PCONB,
, a Editor a.nd Publisher,
- -Mam smile. Kansas.
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ttfttSJ- V 't " Ur ? .
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B s ibt If 1 o iu.fr r,s.'
BtJli, in tliy Dream-land, Twy,
Ohvhata Ilcavenof beaiitj Ucs;
irFairrJtHU lie Ulpnilcd gejri ,
Of athJutnil nii"t sllcs.
vn.iTmti.i rAliiiTtLn?iH.Jrtretcliint; i
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('eath toft skic cf cliangelos blue,) f
O'rwbos;vlletj'odircc'f,terirt 1J -
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The ueasonseavV their nncionPdance,'
The'restlrfoccan ehJii and 'flows '
Tim world rolls cu Jhroughidftjanddarkj
Rcg-irdle. ofour jojS orv ccj: ! ;
fet 111 u? the breotyw estern slopes
Tint i eapcr girls, Jiie apples i brown,
Bjjjid wipjiitUelcefuyoi ,
Still, hcfclhe "slanting sunlightgilds
Thcjbdles-of cedar and oL pinc, x - -
Chants the lone blackbird from the brake
i,thlanoholy"yoice,diTme:A ?
Still all about the mossy tracks
Hums attiisPdrag the'wood-Wariibco;
f till 5tfully ' file corn-crakeM,,not6
Comes to me from the upland lea :
' i r . '
?t ill round the fof et bower she loved
The waodSjins trails its' rich fcsbMoft ;
5 he Cumbrous poppies burst and fall
Beneath the ajjentautummoons.
Sri'll round:hVlittfcV?crchedTaloof,-f f
1 n sunnyTiVdVof hchcfd"ca.TeS,
i he jasmine clingsitHrnin p'c,
A nd "ft ithcro in its Ihroud of tea ve v.
Still round thcold fimilhar porch,
' Jler cherished roses blush andpeer,
nd filLthesunnv air -with balm,
And strew jheirpetals year by veir.
Kcr hereTfrthin,ofie totfcho? change!
The'fo'b'tVtbol tKembtoidereo! chairi
6 The ttootf BieporlrjMte'orftho ir&U
Thehfcrftrrth nmsict-faHAre.Aere.
Ko touchof change l-Joloseaiy ys
It cannot be Bhe'feeknfesio re lvi I
"y
e
fen
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I hcartfi'e r5sMiBg1&5er drrts 5 r " .
,1 hear1 ncr footstep on the'fioorjSk i
OM
dj
LfeeliercMhppn mybrow -
a
I feel her kisaupon my check-
Down, phantoms f the buried past !
ij'i. i
(S
" DowngojMiy.heaTy heart must breaks i l
- - M 1
. , " t v i jjewtHCir job ig iwy Jwvitw.'w:r;iT
KJS&ltie bJbH!iidihccfllJrf , -5
kiasai fliadstrjsamsuiifetteredoutingicar.
?-ii Th?gt6uhd,9edhitHT5ririBQa..raui
From patriot heart! to hoaortruo,
IS'frafrraat-withweeUlociiera acain,
sff05VntlB aWi'rcihiie md. W?c.
f?
. v r sLettheblneossom lean ils eid wE2riT
r foTntneareeft'BHvV
3ts:d.C, fiTKSMKftPirsnM .-v no- &?
fc. l;USWtDVf it
BMathetahmutieat)Bifr8srA;j j to
C5T SOW,
Ana iie.ariiu jwi uu eaiacs tiie -won't -as
IS&?atchitku4cg stars.v
liJtST ?1rW AJ,-i.. . . t I
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. v.. t.iir.7.MK7fy.
Jpatic I T
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.aiTirY""-v":L : ? Xol
rHerewith v6' commence -the T-'publ?
fiJr .. r, -s-ix. i. .. '
lublfca"-
tidn of a series of ldgPE fo be Mrtritten
for TfiPUnioi? at!emanin-Whlf-fngfodur'tcorreoAaent
ft W- posi
'fioif to" e?ia6fe?"Srcf5?o poai cbi8fe"lly'aiid
advisedly of mncTSfranspiring th'ere-; and
hVis alsoiperfctlcversantiviLhth af
fairs tf our own State and ,esuinucli,in-rlejfitn-ibeu)
devejdpment,. haying- spent
Sotietfive yeaz in ttfeiState.-s4&l . A
. - .fcaT... i iono
pr 7Tii s . if .AsaLSljfta wrM
v fci'bintting.to obsjvghof jroress
of he canti-aJuveryMleeling, 3nere ai ine
1 patainal yapitai, ana Jiouaw- 4i v
!J T . . . . , 1 . ' 1 'L. I -l
close
feafmostjexeejjent letter Jrom iSVriot
rememo,erearnai g-'naAK1 .rtjif
been apnservative pro sjavcwritgr the
partoflii itterg-clatingto our diplpniat
iarQla,iJon1Fiihllthe twjo republSjgf ilay-ti,-shawa'axprpgress'reiljy.
encouragLng.
Aside4from shpjying an adypeenientof
anti-hlavery seninentsthe jettejys rich
lv worth Te-publishing, and the careful
ttudv of every patriot it' kis' a -subject
3i ?,. -4 .?' 7 2 fta,fi3fIltff--VJ
trausnt witn interest, ana is wen -uuuiuu
dv tne leuec in auesnuu. x uu-umuu'i it.
to ,tb e, careful atteption of the readers ot
'Xiieunion. . ,- , o ' ir.
mi ITT 1 "
Now.so not forget that though -thereis
an encouraging rogtessfOfanti-tsavery(j
'scnttinenT'throughouWihe pro-slavery eed
ivft nnwnr. in
power never s1ceps-r-iievcrf ..Aftepjp.lung-
!iinur eouutrv into this needless war id
,,l.nib me eiironierv 10 ueuiauu iuaiu uoj
ti law mav be applied and aifdrced m every
Cjispxcept. in property in man ; that must.
.1 i i . : x'i-.C'j i.v:-...:i
ba held fcacred trora tne stern rigors oriaw,.
' ' h:' ' , n , ir
A military commander may taKe possess,
iqn off houses, lands, merchandise, "food,
and every, other species of property, but
the minute property in man is molested
there coes up a terrible wail ' from our
pretended Union pro-slavery men and their,
'conservative followers: Wehave been for
?...& '3!ilt. fkKi. ", -Mnk;' ;J
, riii- irciuuui ivi uciiciu uiai cvny'iuL mi
W-VH,!.!...i -ii.- 1 ijsctis: j U-A :
CQUMiiiit-iuuiii UMJUi'iiu auyiujiJij'iuii( 111.
any avaj 'interferes withthe sunposed right
mwi 1 tJJA.: S'?i r i- r.. -
Ol Mao owners. - - , . .-.. - ,t ,c
1 I uiHerltaadth'e position'of-Pafsorr
BrSwr.lowio'Ke, that-he Vbuld'-pfefef to.
i Srw.?TJ:J! lirr-av nr.i,. uv.4i,
t?w u- feiw'i- i.-r i
tniomnnst be onJJitS'lastjSlegsbefQret he
' f fill If ".l"1 rn'.-uciA.!- x. -
ivonurhnve the'mstiRslienf laery in-
l"U IUV-- 'tJillUII DilVUU-Ul UIl UU-I", UUIUIIC
terferredwith toave'it. ' - w ,
-f Exceptjngjthejinstitution itselfjiherc can
be nothing more unilushing thanhe de
mands pf .theslaye power at , tho present
.writings tret ine, mention, a few, ar small
portioniasacsaniple:fi- -t hi b.'iA
iMlaHThe6kve:pj3werfithat rjoy secretly
influences pjrft gpyerniBignt, deiqand jhat;
notwithstaadjngtirhasj)lunjged lh,e counr
try into towfuJhyar,f there shalbe dq
punishment awjirdedjtgrebelfi-no confisj-,
.cation act passeji-utthat jtbeyjmay;eome
back to the halls of Congress.,.wittheir
bands rippingwith-the heart's blood jof
the Nation, 'whenever they. "Wish. . ;
,:2nd." The slave.power demaadshat
dead .letter in spme.way, either by the ap
supprcssion-or aisgraCe 0j g anti-slavery
- - - -' T -J l tl Ui "tf
sentiment of the army. ";" ;w "J
These demands.. o the slav 'oligarchy
uiv ii:it"'v x"-vij auvcxvtt uitxii
JesTehfcouipUed:fthneai 13?? um .m
p- Nowrl hardly Hfdw.TfE!oyalf pL
Fsfa,veryrmatf,4nli?atiil altrcu'dolder woikl
Bea rarity2 tBi WiTottWiWsJt Itheidmmortal
Barnfini besiai welfiKCSfethereSs 1110
se?bdran ardl 4iDgr0 loigwHsten-
ins 10 nucos "wf.iitre3.aotet iwe
shut car earsto M tlfabetterrt? The'
anti-slavery TseatfeaBtil xifcikSapreme
'is.
'Jess tnajses,foffc the country, there' is'atithc
same time afearfiil proijrcssr of tBecZc
wianuV.of the slave do wer. "That'infeTnal
ifial to institution shall be?l rendered
T TI A.-. 1. coi'iif ira airt"nfrP- .. .1.
Vli fct T viilT.-?Ft .v6 "'"" ,,., j7 5i7TT-r ? 11- i.:a
r.iiir r. . .m. r i .3ium;n.vaA w i t 1 1 . a nn.jjiir icbaf . moHiiniiv. iiiHiiinmtrin i.rfBtr ri'uai:L. Aawws dlii
dIi truWccl30tfiiamffe tK Wiateg!frf9rdr PreielrmUl ii
' - "r.v,ci0L'9h v MfhiHPPt,a2. iv v-t -.-iwv;-5 ":ii.-'(rir- c-K-is "" r--! s. - j.- .
Qmvi:x tesmitetisM, w tfrjaiinnwiHe h .wa? 5 JC;: jnflrttrftiti ftHUrf Jt
i as "Jl SI Jaiiisrtr vfw. . r. .,.n iS5.-rv t . .i
- - ?mw4 kjaj f v MWt r a. .risjiiii nusuTTi KK tu -jnrTi
4zzzZ&t
dury"3f cvef ffcemkfitb skAhWFldewttti
ficedin thespntimesyejyghat
beeucpnBistentUjslaxemiB
3Qf4he7tTjosition.vof r)sttt
J?oyementsI amot dosedj ajjj
lo wed by the nBcpjnJi
: ij -o- ,' ' ii a&n bzi A-a sift
W' .3'U fctf-HTSJ OVJ IlKSfleil
HowGoy.Robinson Stands .in the National
- wnfMiu. i-??i 1'iw tiii iujs Xtapajn
arAV-s. irn.7Jx:i ircsi sttmx.tnaei!.
sL.uLi.un. uiua. uruv; -xouiwU'Vur,
'&A
HKus
orestinbrofJsriaJesV?
6caonalfvAelteriJeoinli8K
lhJ liave'hVaaof ,o?e? hgndraedfii
nectiJn with ' tneGffaV VKahfean(j
S?inaie.f AfeVdi ttS ihfrmm'lii
Ibiscitpf atrfoof thlafe precious' swTnd:
lerstherefappearedin1 tne Star the1- pr6r
1a4 ot-a-wav 't
or m some manner Dnnjr GenfMjane s
name into the'affair.' '1Thel3?tfemptnto
c&6 b'ffeonobWson,5 whergil belongs,'
those5 of TenTLanb, where iWoes not'
belong, ojily excited contempt among
tffose'iYiooticed'it'all.Elen the ESifor
of "the STtar caine 'out soon after andfdted
that the article in question wasmerely an
advertisement.
rrT? TrfT . l t u t
'nf j n j ";? I'iio
-Vlff
j
where
5W
is
.pv
aJii.'fS
from
money making transaction than that of
James H.Lane, of Kansas. -And any at
tempt to drag his name -into the above
mentioned affair must ohly'rebound to the
injury of the foolish or rascas'ily individu
als who undertake it.'
What not to write about the Great Pro
5!.iry RtSelliou is the question now.
TbViJsiIt of the ficige o'f Yorktown is
ge..- Jthy iegrded here as another of
Gen. up(.1(''l!a3Q strate?ic blunders.
thcci-'h 73 ess fafdiness 6r inefficiency the"
uamn Urt- v'u mane tuc loser 01 mill-ion-
or co. and'" the war fndeffinitelv
ti .- Mt .. , ...- i.,;n.
proipLgv.a. Aouot coarse will receive in
-f v-a h,''-, 5 -., '
advance of this the details or result at
- ?$7ti jti, i tu
Genius anp Labor. Alexander Ham
ilton once said to an intimate friend ;
" Men give me some credit for genius.
All the geriius I have lies just in this :
When I haveasubject in 'handxI study it
profoundly. Day and night it is before
me. I explorelfinall its -dealings. My
J
mincf becorSes pervaded iritK it.' ;iTifeh the
hfTVirt'vrhirtli "'l rn?ita"rtiiTonrlota ' nlaa.
edtocallilifruiPoVgenmsl It' is'1 'the
fruit of labor and thought." v "
' "Mr.Wehfsteronce 4 replied lo'rf' gentle-:
man whVpresiedliim tospeafc'on akibject
r h -.. ii? 'A J i " -. - ,
01 great iwpui tauuu .
ii.:
tuffe pileof Tetters? on"th table, "is'i pilfc
of1 unanswered-letters 0 whichl'nniat rtf i
ply beforcftrJe close of the se5sion,',-which
was tnennhree Hays. "I have no time'ta
master the subject so'tfrto do'it justice."
fjTSut.jMr. Webster, a few,worda fcoaa
,younW4uld do much to awakea public- at
lt.therc he so. ,much weight in, my
words.es you represent, Jt is Dccause L;j&$
not aim w myseit to speat on. any suojeci
until
..ri" -' r- -Li...::T, ?r 4l
j a .t-r
Demos
mostheneac was once urged, to speak.
(E y jesy-
-Tar' uuo
risc-rcjjf
on
'C
am
refused.
tfVAiRI
t Jg
rJ .
tp4wnj couny,ateo SWLurapj
WVf His fVrehdhafeltefnl
'pttdabindri fa?tyiieVg4)ut
MTtKftneP
slavery-pretended-Union organ-atfraf!i;
;cle' dfefenaihg Gcrv.'IlobiBSo1if4rnd-rying
ki the'most Mame Icind4 of- a-wayIotthHw,
shift'th'e responsibility of that" bnlliantffi
naircia'l stroclc transaction 'from th'sVoul
-,i .x. f' n,''',r.ji) -,T
ov. xvooinson must iryajraiu: -anareise-
. f!!veW one tierelcnow'if Ihat there
nostafesmhn whose ifiie','is nYofc'free
"any 'connection With a'fiy obbmg
1 ' The'subjectlhieresteine deeply, -hatl
have no time',' " There: 'sir.'pbintrhctoar
a trreat. ana auaaen euiciKCMy. t -x
i,' - v.J:vitiiJ;i 1 .it
carmine 2.t .vi j ?' -.
not prepared, said he and obstijufttly
- T , . , MV ptJiV-fi . v'. I WI2
Kx.l Jn Haas J5 rrK"it asifani 5
, , , juentr jroni Occasional.
F -The following is thfirefter froiaFFoW
ney's Press,2referredIJt(Phy durtWaBhiirg
ton correspondent : oiu.:'sq
JS-- , .'. 'WASBqTo.v;rApril 25,51861
c. I repeatVgaidthtucdarajeoui1- -Sui
tor from. Ohid,I b old Bi Wade, 4uftwW
ago'tbat:air3iirktihas iiwtaitncik
define, the lib its. to :whkh a, taMimightii
intho defence -o'hisJrifaarWn afailed.,si
n.0 -r t at estrian.' would fomkriake to lim'itthg
powers fHcb the Govrrh'Mit:trjigktue
itarleawrrBute'lifrwtfca'rassailedkyJtraii
tkre.ibl Here,mow, is; i pmjoeitioaSwbieli
challenges contradiction'.d.qThe rwritUa
ikftvTias oeveriyetugggfcd- apunfshment
tffciast'aiiy individual eiwhp' KfihdinJ'hte
llife in jeopardytargainsfa'sudden orLpre-
cmditajedtattackj resorts 'toDevermeana-'tp
Kpreswvethafe life The 'higEeri law? gvl
erywhere acknowledged,' .comes iaiteI gas
tain himjunwhatever hevraay.do,t6jpuaish,
orif necessaryfto destVoyHhe '.aggres'sof .
.(riie-GbVcrniientcof the jUnitedStatesrf-
the Union we so much love, the Consthu
I'tibn itseffis'now not inerely threatened.
but assaultedton'all- sides-ibyh thousands of
enemfes.i iShall.those'rwho 4'n. their-hearts
j Kiteahe Government anclrnho .Union, and
by "their actions oppose,. and so far as they
can nullify the Constitution, use the triple
agency of 'the Government, the Union, and
'the Constitution in order, to -aid. them Jn
destroyingllie whole three? 'This-uis the
question, eyert-'jiresenUand ner to .he
avoided 'The'greatilaw' of' self-preserva
tion corned in to-'answer-'the afgumentsof
j thebrist3Tra'nti to" dispose ofth& cauistry of
'rneTe lawyers, tlthave' tHe utmost jever-
ence for the federal' Constitution. It .is
, the product ofagepf experience and re-
flctioq.y T,be mea.Ydio-framed, it were-in-
,-,spired, equally, by the recollection of. .their
past trials and the failures of otber.Gov-
ernments, and by their wonderful presci
ence as they looked upon the future. I
haye never permitted myself to doubt that
as they did,not?contemplate such a crisisfas
that which is now upon us, so, -were they
now living, they would not hesitate to .sus
tain every measure, however bpld looking
.to the salvation of their great work. -It is
a startling facUhatthe .most earnest stick
ler.forijhe provisions of , the Federal, jCon
stitution.jprior to the rebellion, and immedi-,
'a,tely after it exploded, ntp war, were 'the
faien, who rst .prepared for secession, andl
-subsequently, made their preparations good
by taking up arms to make , it effective on
the' battle:field. All these men are now in
tent upon taking-the life of the Republic,
resolved, if ttiey can accomplish it, to des
troy the Constitution. Has, this Republic
no defenders ? Has this Constitution n0
champions ? Shall we permit them to pre
sent the Constitution before -us as, ,the
means to save them from the punishment
they deserve, even while. they (are laboring
tor destroy .that which they. call their, shield,
and spear? Shall, the Constitution he
used as a rampart behind which the Se
cessionists may entrench themselves, or
shall it be made, by a fair construction of
its obvipjwjntejit and .meaningra fortress
to the. true friends. of the. government?
It'W.oil4 seern.as.if. the sympathizers with
treason inithefreetates, cpnscjiousqi the
.sincere- attachment, the f deads, of the
Government had determined to.persevere
in their'oppositipn 5theAwarnnd.toj em
ploy the provisions of the Federal Con
stitution, as sojenmy.-weapons w embarrass
ad.te defeat tlwee-wjio'arcTesppneible for
e'MosntiqnoCjbe, war. In my judg-
mentj.he iiitbe tamest friend of thcFeder-
lal jConstitutioo whodoes jhis. utmoat
preserve, the Unioji.andtp strengjtheu the
hands ottlje AdninUtratiomiahejpreseai
struggle fojite maincenancej Thegeopje
in this crisis are far abmff tjb.lju.
aim, aadii wouWea-eei eftble in-
swetmtatife c44ieiejiMfeeifoJly
r-i -rdi
t&
swmtS 99&& AzMtafeMzywht? ji
iosya jearftptic49!tKirt of
P-L013113'011001 ago parrottei
ofidrfe mikifcm
havpassea' biljriu wKclr &fteWai
lyioASHIM
pen'diplotfiaticreMtrlent wfthfw
ttbltcs faT& ar5Llferia:-f
, i t .
Ws fofbee:rpectea'r? Tin vte ef eefi?
oamVrr ia tHe diplbmatfeIeriteeelftii
tfeseSissan'd'ras.J 3Tou anKcipaled ratlin
ymirMeaitofial of -yesterday, Twnen ?ym
pointed out, withreat accuraevV the1 nrW
events for this Veil-timed-TegisliHorf
(Jar syi'npatnizers'have been in the habfc
orFooking'to Jbngland and France fW
theirexailesin-fashion'':and diplomaeyf
adUy2t" both these 'Governments for .yeara
pastj'have acknowledge! and received epU
breiJ ministers from the two republics-' iar
fefred'to. e Even Jemes 'M. Masfcty.'the
co-voyagTeur, felloW-eonVpirator and'eenft
dant of John Slidell, who foriyearr baa
turned up his "aristocratic "nose'at every
negro that wasrnot a slare, was -compelled
ro enjoy th delicate aroma'of aclosecoK
paniohship with one of the '"sable diple
'mats on a recent occasion in the Britiek
"House' of 'Commons, and it seems to? ue
Ihat cur modernMegislatdrs need 1 not hes-
itat6 Mahout following the exhmple df
the. more refined-and 'sensitive nation xn-iKis
respdcl.' Four Democrats in the'Senate,in
the face' df "the' clamor raised againstuthe
proposition of MrSumnervotedifortbie
frnportant 'Bill,1 and I -put their Tiamea on
recdrof. They Ve're "Milton S. Latham arid
Jas. A'.McDougallf of California, Jehu'S.
Henderson, of Missouri? and-" Joseph?..
Weight ,Jof ihliianaV Occasional;
A.cbrre3p6hdcnt 6ftheM6.1 'lenloiBrat
it. iii'si-,t 3 S-j, ma
writes the following in regard to the cause
,of the death of Gen. C. FV SihfthV'
"For two'orthree nights'hewas1 vefy
muchexposed, in front of Fort Doncfson,
to wind, 'sleel and coldj in urrangibg!"and
.DrerJarins: his trooDS. and after the.capitu-
Nation he was taken with fever arid ague,
iWiucu tnitticucu 1-1 1111 uioaiiy. xui uid
spirit was indomitable ; upon the 'first
symptom of reWvery ' he was again73n .tne
field. ' 10K07JI0
... ' . y . Vr
While at Pittsburg-zLandiag hejmmped
fromri gunboat into. yawl, and2.rana
'spike into hisleg,"" which penetrated .tq.the
ifoneand caused! exfoliation' Erysipelas
supervened, and in nine days from the
time of the accident he died." . "
" Joe, why were you out so late last
night?" " '.
'" It wasn't very late. Only a quarter
of twelve?; ' -
" How dare you 'si "there anil tell 1me
that Vs I was awake when you came in,
and it was'tnree1 o'clock.'1 "
" Well, isn't three a quartefof twerfe?'
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BnEri iNrfCALiFoaiciA.-rA. porrefgon-
dent of Ahe Pacific Sentinel estimate! the
numberjof sheep in California. fat 2,000,- -000
and the average amount of fleece oa
each at three pounds, giving an aanual
wool crop oC ,000,(r poaadJ, with a
rapidly increasing Uadency. r
A man advertiieit'lir uUmf eteter
sons to undertake ihrsile'ef a''ie "fd-
icrnc'and'Vdds-tkat-it will Wpreiiable
to the undeaakeV. f No doabf'ofcit;'
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" Now dotak'e this medicine, wife, and -
I'll he hanged if-iVdwm't cur you."
Oh, rviMUak'ekthB by all aeans, for
k-is ease tef do. good,eoe way er the other.
The -pleaaantest things in the werld art
pleasant thoughts, and the "greateet art ia
Ufe is to have as many of them as possible.
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