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* ~Il a~ido4ftql~thitlh
a ~ stee fdel -Ai ae
comm on o --PEPils ui tS0.1F.0
aid itation - n o the dthe cone
riienes to the
flou i e Y id.-t
Ta hsAcademiy, shduld --be ifiirlbr. ,to
noiiyfor the wanfof those auxiharies whlo k
a- are essential toa filland perfect acquaintai
with th-e practcal 66iernces, they have pur
chased an extqnsive-id beautiful Chemical,
'Philosophical and Astronomical Aratus,
together with Maps,. Globes an is,
epressly for the usetaid benefit of ePu
pils at once placing 'it onan equal footing
with any Institution of a, similar characitr j
Under: thf'epresent .e0icient.mianage nent,
they d6 zMot.hesitate in declaiing theirrcn
viction, that the means of as perfect an edu
cation can be oltained at this'Institution, as
at any other; while' the experionce' of the
Principals warrautit.(.hobelief, that the same
care and regard 'f6ithe mital Rdiceti4f
of the students will be given, ylich' charac
terizes the efflorts of attel ive-a i zealous in
structors in 'all schools, of"Ihh
The coursi of study is thorougi prac
tical; the discipline firm ,but tol .t; the
inducements to- study tieing such'as a inmrt
nious miid cannot readily disredwrd- while
the penalties for infractions of rulesvare of
such a nature, as an experience of years has
taught to be most proper-and effective.
Lectures, illustrated experimentally, upon
Chemistry and Natural Philosophy, are giv
on by the Principal in regular course, and as
the increased necessities of tW&'school re
uire it, other aid will be called in to relieve>
tle Principal, that his attention may be more.
exclusively given to the advanced classes. Itr
the attainment of a' Musical Education, ad
vantages are offered,4hich the Trustees feel
satisfied are not ordinarily einbraced in the
course of similar Institutions. The Vice
Principal will assume the labors ofthis do
partment, being herself a. pupil" of the best
masters in England qnd professing an .nti
mate knowledge .of the Harp, Guitar and
Upon the completion of an entire course of
studies, a Diploma is awardgd to those stu
dents who have passed examinations satis
factory to a Board .of Examiners, appointed
for that purpose and selected with especial
reference to that duty. The programme of
studies is appended from which inny be gath
ered the determination of the Board of Trus
tees to elevate and establish the standard of
The scholastic year will be divided into
two Sessions of twenty-one wecks or, fire
-months each. There will be taco vacations in
the year, the first and longest,. comprising
the months of August and September, and
the second of one week at Chriatmas. 'Ile
next session will commence on Monday the
4th day of October next, and no pupil will
libe received for a less period than one session.
COURSE OF STUDY.
Reading, Spelling, Writing, Primary Arith
imetic, Mitchell's Geography, Smith's English
Grammar, Swift's Philosophy for ogimners
1st, 2nd and 3d parts; Simple Book-keeping;
Review the studios of the first year; 'Ban
ruoft's School History of the United States;
Rpbin's Ancient. History; Parker's Exercises
and aids to English Composition; Day's Al
gebra; Greek Grammar; Mercantile Book
Keeping ; Latin Readler ; Virgil ; Tacitus ;
Horace; Third part of Emerson's Arithune
tic; Euclid began; Astroniomy.
Euclid; Natural Philosophy; Draper's Che
mnistry; Newman's Rhetoric; H-odge's Logic;
Ciusar's Coinmenmtaries; Anthion's Greek
Reader; Day's Mut hematics; Trigonometry,
Surveying and Conic Sections; Paley's Mo..
ral Philosophy; Brown's Mental Philosophy;
Graeca Minora; Schlegels History of Litera
ture; Review of stuzdies.
TIext Books in French and Italian.
Bohnar's Levizac's G1ranuniar; TIraductionsa
.Fraiicaiso par P'errin; Voltaire's Cha~res Xil;
'WLa vie de Washinigton; Bacchi's GIrammiar;
Suralt's Tessoretto; P'ehlico's Mia prigioni..
RATES OF TUITION,
Payale each Sesin, in adi'nec to the Trea
Juivenile class, $10. Middle class, $10.
Juirclass, $141. Senior class, $20.
French, Spanmish and Italian, $10. T1uit ion
on the Piano Forte, $25. Use of P'ianmo, 853.
Tuition omf the Guitar, $25. Tuition on the
I [arp, $35. D~rawing and Paint ing. $10.
Ornamental Needle work, free of charge.
AMBROSE SPENCER:, Jr. A. II. 'rinicipal and
Teacher of the Lanimgtaa'es and Mathiematics:
.Lectures on Chemistry.
MRS. AGNas SP~E!cER, Vice-Principal and
head of the Female Depamrtmeont: Teacher of
Jloar'd of Trustees.
E. A. LAW, Esq1., P'resident.
Hion. GEQIW.E WV. DAUGAN, Timo~iAs J.
Fmuxs, M. D., Wnr~,um ScAmnoorU, Nisi.,
SaAMEL, A. Woouns, Esq., WVj.EY J- FL.OYD,,
E~sq., TIreasurer. T. 1B. HlAYmswon-ru, Esq.
Darlington, Sept. 18417. 461 2m
NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
rTe undersigrnod has received andi now
open his FA LL ST'OCK, suitable for thec
season, consisting of
Cashmieres, De Laines, Galai laids, Cali
coes; Clothi', Cnssimmeres, TIweeds, Satinetts;
Flaimels, lanikets, Linsevs, 'Neurro-elothIs;
Ready-made Coats, Vests,'resa.&irts, Un
der-shirts, Drawers; Bleached and Birown
shootings and shiirtings, Fashionable H ats
andl Caps, together with an assortment of
Hardware, Iron, Steel, Cuti, and wvro't. Nails;
'Crockery, Saddlery and Groceries; wvhich
will be sold for Cashl at the lowest market p.ri
- ces. A call from purchasers is solicited.
A. M. KENNEDY.
Camedeni, Oct. 13, 1847. 50 00t
SEED RYE A NID OATS.
North Carolina seed Rve a'id seed Oats for
salq by DICKSON & LATTA.
Oct. 13, 1847. 50 &t
Received by waigon from
Fresh Lemons, Citron, Currant, and Candies,
*French and American Rock do., Brizil Nuts,
Filberts and Ahmnonids. Fruits received al
.. Sept.20U. DICKSON & LATT'A.
-' ,r' A
he crube A l
AM w is aW bf F".oeWll
i;d m et manu es
!6 t vhid at very low.
.es IIsto con s ar
erntlemen's.ne pump and lted oo&
and :coiumo v'at Of
do* ddxbera Bogte
do dopnd conio pegged. Boots
do dI do bootee,
do do w rpof do
do d.I1i, oes and Bootees
ab Heav fOregon Boots
4. C1otW d Lastit ers
do do Congres"Si' o
Ladies colored eilk Gaiteis
do Linen'tind black Lasting Gaiters
do Lasting Congress Boots
do white Kid and Satin Slips
do black Kid Slips and Ties
do do do Gaiters
-do do do Buskin Ties
do do do morocco walking shoes
do do Lasting Tips
Misses' black morocco:Polka Boots
d# bronze, morocco lace do
d do and colored .morocco Buskin
do school shoes and boots.
~do' sKid slips and Ties
do Indian Rubber shoes
Bos' fine calf -pe gd Boots
do- do do do0 Bootees
do do do do and sewed Bootsw
do Kip sewed and pegged do
Together with a great'Variety of Children's
Fi&Tra.relling Trunks, Carpet Bags, Va.
4ecer, &h& and Nurse Salchpls, common
Trun sMeias and Boys fine Cloth and Silk
CapsInfants Silk eluct Caps.
I Skins, Snle and upper Leather, Band
S Leather, P:tent Leather, Lining
ding Skinls, Calf Skins for Sadd'es,
Dla'skMorocco Skins, Shoe Thread, Tacks,
- GEORGE ALDEN.
Camiden, Oct. 13, 1817. 50. tj
NO ADVANCE IN SHOES.
As successor to II. Bartlett <. Co., I have
opened at the store formerly occupied by
them, a large and well selected assortment
of Boots and Shoes, which for quantit.v,
quality and cheapness, I can safely DrFv A.L
COSPTJTIUs. My stock has been laid in at
the nanufactories for cash, and notwithstand
ing the advance with others, I .:an tnd shall
sell at old prices-give me patronage and
your anticipations shall be realized. In part
G E NTL EME N'S
Light calf, goat and kip sewed and pegged
1oots,.at 2 1-2 to $7. -
Iheavy water proof sewed and pegge'd do,
at 2 to $0.
Fine calf sowed and pegged w. proof Bootes,
I k.4 to $2.
Fine calf sowed and peg'd do neat do
1 1-4 to 2 1-2.
Stout do aind kip sewed and - pegged do
87 to 1-4
A lot of home made Bootees, a 1 to $1 1-4
Light calf Boots, all sizes, at 1 1-4 to $2
d do and kip llootees, at 59e to 1 1.2
do morocco Pumps, at 75 to 1 00
Black and colored Gaiter Bloots.
Pumps and Welts, at 1 00 to 1 75
Black and colored Gaiter Shoes, at 75 to 1 25
Morocco andl kid walking shoces, at 75 to 1 '25
Seal and leather do do at 75 to 1 00
Best Philadelphia iesc and Slippers
uat57 to I 0t0
Mlorocco and Ieaher ies and Slippers,
at 50to 75
Prunella Ties and iluskins, at 75 to 1 00
M!ISS E S
Seal, leather and morocco Iluskins,
at :37 1-2 to 87 1-2
Kid and French Mo. Ties and Slippers,
at 75 to 1 00:
Prunella and col'd gambroon at 37 1-2 to 75
Leather and pump wIt Bksotees, at 50 to 57 1:2
C'iliDR EN S
BI'k and col'd mao. kid Ties and Bakins,
at 25 to 75
l.eather, seal and morocco at '25 to fi2 1-2
B!aek ;and colored Gaiter Boots at 50 to 75
Infants Kid Rlootees, at 2~5
0O7-4000) pair~s men's and boy's ruts
set and black Brogans, at 50c to $1
Ilionse servant's strap shoes and bu:sk:ns,
at (02 to M7
Calf-skins, li ning-sk ins, shoe thre:ol an
all kinds of shoe maker's tools always on hind
and ofthe hest kind.
LARGER ANSollRlTM RNTI OF Hf.A'T S.
hien's Parisiamn style Beaver Iflats
" black and drah eassimnere do
" " " brd and mediutm brim do
" pear, platedl, coney and glazed (1o
" fur, cloth, velvet anid glazed caps
Boy's do do dto do do
C'hihdren's fancy cloth and velvet~ do
A r~so-Men's and b~oy's round~and sq~u: 0"
Lop Iflats, very low, eith er at retail or byv th'
L.adies and misses leg~hornm, tuscan aind rice,
china and cobnrg braid, lawn, black lomb,,,
z~ine, rutland, En'lish straw, colored law',
ailk and alp~aca, p ain and tlgnredl willow, &'c.
in all their varieties and shapes, at prices,
hat cannot be beat
Iloolding to the Casha Sy/stem, nmy mev.:to
shall be "Quick Sales and smell profits,'' . -.
ing none to pay an extra price to make nyl
for the losses sustained by the credit sysatem.
IUTRemoember all shoes over 50) ets. :'re
warranted, and in every ins tance rips repaircl
wvithout ch-imrge. Ikoots amnd Shoezs inade m o
arder, and haalf-soling and maending e' enited
with dispatch. G. \V. 1OlEY
Opiposite the flank of Camden.
lIYTA. Bian, whlo has beeni in charge oft the
Mlessrs. hart lett's businiess ini tis place,
since 16l14, respectfully informs their cuasto
ners, and his friends generally, that haviaar
the sole conduction of thanabove concern, for
Mlr. G. \V. Olney, ho'hopes by attention anad
assiduity, to merut a continuance of patronage.
Camden, Oct. 13, 1847. 50 .tj
A C ARD 1.
No.,137, East Tlti, Corner of Queen-St.
-C/lI.4J,1STON, S. C.~
Fashionable Clothing and Tsailqring Er
alishmennt, ami every variety of Gentle
nans' Omutfitting. Goods imported direct from
MAIa 10 1417. 10 tf.
-. 4 % S
Ma Brck Store above den
haeon hand arid aerc consa 4t
a new and full askortnent l 1COflth
et Gr ceries, 0hch thpy
1If, at a small adiand 6-n Chrl
BAacon and Lard.
Nofth Carolina Bacon
Leaf Lard, in ieiel and lieg for sale by
.:DICKSON & LATT+4
Camdelb S. C. Sept29, 1847. -
1 cask Reynods' llams
1 " LAcock's d
BinliedfBosf, choi~ds *
Bologna Sausage, fris f receivedP
Jlocha an 0 .Old, aI aCoffee
Teh, Chocolate, Cocoa, 'at and coinmoi
kif, crashed, clarifleolarid Havana, and browi
Sugars. Also-All 'kinds of Spices, wlol
DICKSON & LATTA.I
Canal and N. Varoliiv Flour
*Cannl'Fjour, "Extra,".in barrels and:142 ble
North Carolina Flour, fromnew wheat-;
Canal Flour. Just received by
DTCKSON & LATTA,
1 dobr North Camden Bank.
Freel b~aiMins .ad Prines,
Boxes Liyer Raisitja.sr
3 " Prunes, in fancy boxes
20 drums Turkey Figs, in prime order
I lale soft shell Ahnonds
100 4bs.-selected candies, .
Soda, butter, and avariety f othor crnck
e'S. DICKSON &' LATTA.
Tanurinds in iyrug
Retailed by the pound,.by .
N DICKSOh & LA'TA.
Oi I X.
Best winter strained sperm, solar and trai
Oil; for sale by
1 4dCr, Ale, Porter, &c.
6 boxes New Ark Cider; 6 boxes Claret
2 casks Lnndon Pale Ale
2 do Philadelphia do do
2 do London Pdrter, in quarts and pint
10 baskets Champagne, favorite brands
2 boxes fine lenon pyrup
3 ", common do do
Strawberry,-Raspbe:"and Pine Apple syru
Just received by wagoiffrom Gadsden.
DICKSON & LATTA.
3 dozen rich imitatiounlish clieese,
3 do boxes Hatch ana Winchestd0s cices
miild and rich, weighing 0 to 8pounds.
. dozen English Dairy do
Pine Apple do
Received by wagon from Gndsden.
DICKSON & LATTA,
soaps, &c. -&c.
Toilet Soaps, Casteel do.; Toilet Powddi
finely scentod, superior Pearl Starch, Yeai
Powder, Rose Water, &c.'&.
DICKSON & LATTA.
Pickled Siamiona, iYMackercl
Lochilne leering &c.
D barrels pickled SAL'MOND No. I
2 do MACKERIEL do 1
2 half dlo do do 1
3 qu'r do do (10 1
5 do do do do 2
Wh.,le and half kits do 4 do 1 &
Quarter barrels Fultonx Market Pickle
Kits l.orhine flers-injra
UL1 Salmon and Maccrel retailed by th
Sept. 20. DICKSON & L.ATTA.
FOR LLL TR ADE.
TI IH is subsciber will, durig the S~ununier
umake extensive ad litions to is Es-tab.'eh
menct in the way of Room, so tInt he will bi
prepa red this Aut umn, to shew his 'dostomien
one o:' h le largest and richest stocks of DR 1
(OODN ini the Southern country. It wi]
be hi~s in:enitioni as heretofore, to keep evers
adi in the D.ry Goods linie. -I':rticular at
t n ic-n ia idi ~tod! yesoJ LDIE.S' R IG.
I)Uj. ,' ( GOOI).Y A.VD Sli,1 ILV.
O):r Frian. Sa!es' Room will be very muel
'n:red anid will as her6toforo be devoted t'
our Re~tail Deopartmoent. Rlooms in the real
will be well stoicked with all the lemhln,
style.s ot D()ME.''IC G~ODN, KJll
It w.: he f"r edewvor to oier to purchai
ers One of the largecst anid best stock']s in ih<
CtIy, aind at the Iowes.t possible prices.
E. WV. BA NCROFT1,
-23 K'ng st. Chlarlestoni, 8. C.
we 1he C u. i', o!.Ter to ..\morehams am
o1 h. rn . a lase sto' k at. Whlolesale, at prices
we worthlv h-,r at tnin
C N.A.'S HOTEL.
. .\lT'it V& II..Lh0, tS. C.
TPh urndrsignedl, propritor of China's Ho.
tel, at S~uzmtejr Coumrt liouse, S. C., respect
f u lly informs his frienids aind the public, Lhal
be hau t horoughily refitted his Hotel, and thia
it is no w in complete ordler for the accom'mo.
dlation ol IBoarders, Visitors and the Tiravel,
lie returns his sincere thanks to thme publi<
ait lairge foir tiheir generous anid liberal p~atron.
;inem, anid ihopes by strict attention to thei
.omfort to merit its cont innanice.
I!y s5tabl~hmenwt is conveniently situte
on th Main strcet, nearn the Court Hloise
and wvill hb'e finnd Convenmient to imembers oi
tiho B ir and Plant ers visiting the Court. lions
on business. His table will be carefully an
regulam y~ furnisheod.
T'he subiscribher,having made arrangements
tolirutcher duiring the )resent seasoun, will Stil
pily the Sumterville Market threce tipges po:
weok- or every.dafiif ho can get sulicien
encouragement to do so-withI the best bee
that can he pmrocu~redl. lHe has been at con
siderablo-expense to enable him to accomo
date his l'riendi in thiisthnatter and ho~pes there
fore that. they will give huim their partronage
umtervile.tulv 21, l17. 33 .tf.
duly. Are, an 4, i
41r ' muerur
i eal I impi fhal d dica 1f
w doheltihel ceyoalolenre
medie0. Itoesl p pnn
ulates'the bow1l4 Iret .th "otal t
'k whs .6j wfor sorI loUu4iflbtq"orts
sres apu i t iccives o toetma
promot safe t n. io vui eh
Iyt .ery dt e"rsfes tOmbre
nu sh al rtoin urn
e ral. Airf * of-the b wa d1cifii
dalibtineist.tp it ae iovis un
odo.btedl P e r lif allbtoer
medies.,.:.'gettl .prt~euponi ndrg
ulates t e bow6l, a to the beis
lvotih d purity, i ives!toif todrie-stomachn
T romot td4geatton.
Nt wi i to ,a e Eiiryatelas et
done~ ~ M intecaeo ll pk'ndcuo'h
day, to relt trna ~ sal ersons teurin
n stteuit subpliiit ab e advised to
rffh, i, IJu 110 6tEd" elief blUtid
state h thtise prepfritn.W be preceribry
di -;i6ieo ydr
-~Not' wishing to uvu.crncates as, is'
done'in the. case of all quoe di c -e 't
day, to elroet their sale,%anf.fso for !thlcni.up
on the public, the subscriber begs ieaviito
state that this pteptiratoribas been prescribed
and used by a nuruberihl hysicians and Plan
ters of our city and n'eiborhood,.with great
succese, viz: Dr. H. 1L Frost, Dr, W. d
Ramsav, Dr. Yhos. Y. Simmons, Dr.. C. C.
Pritchlrd, hi.S. Legare, Leut Wilsoti, u.
S. IL S., all ('fitis city, Dr.; Jaijhes: ft ney,
Beaufort Dr. Mayis, Su tir && -
For the coihposition of,';t. resaa ion,
and the Medici i-1,.roprties 6hhe Queen's
Deligbt; Phvsibl"i respecflly referedlo
the 5th ina'Oth OVol. 1;6f the "Southern
Journal of Medicine and Phardacy.
Pie 1p'er bottle, r 5 forE6 do. The
same piparation as a is aleo pared
at 81 per'qut bje or dr. bottles.
Prepared h'fJ. PETER W. 'IN,
-emnist and Dr ggist, Kings
-or in Smnerl0 'he 1er4"
*JOIINZML -aLEZ.2 MD.L
frJThe subscriber vil~ rceiv6ngroes la
boring under any of the above mritioned dis
eases, even. the most hopeless,a i obstinate
cases, on treatmeut; 'r those persons having
tiound negroes, ani not wishing to incur
the expense attendant op subh treatgient,
and are willinr tt dispose of, thorn with- the
view of seeing them cuied 11l find a pur
chaser in the subscriber,:.o s willing to
give a fair prite for such.
March 31, 1847. . 2 y
e are prepared to execute orid to any
extentini the above line, bdth for new work
and repairse. Our Gius are not surpassed by
any nade itf the State, posesing.all the ad
vantages of the Falling Breast and Sliding
R ibe, which saves a great ddal in way.. of re.
pairs.'We.also use tho Steel Plate Saws,
with teeth set in an angle that cannot possibly
injure the finest staple, with an i'mprovment:
P to regulate the inot ing of the cotton; our bruslf
is constructed on a plan, giving at once, :i6
*advautoges of lighltness, strength and fore
all very mnateial in the' successful operation
of a Qu~. We wopld- invite planters to call
at our shop. and exantine for .themnselves,
whilset we would assure the public geniend.ly;
that they shall have no cause to 'complain
either of our work or prices. .
We are also prepared to do wyork' in the
Cabinert line--such as Bledsteadsa. Wardrobea
Safes, Blook cases, Stands, Tabjes, Chpboards,
&c. &c. at short notice, on liberal terms.
Oppoile the Preslytderiarn ch uih
Sumntcrville, April 22, 1847. 261 ly
D)R. -G OR DON'S
OGR RAA T tR I VA L!
- 2G BUSil ELS or25,00Buss of Dr.
f GJORD[ON'S FAMIlLY. PILLS. The vast
and increasing deandn for this new and justly
ii celebrate'dledicine, and the numermousi eures'
i they are Satiy etrerting in all purtione' of ihe
r country where ihey have been inti-oduced, of
,lDyspepisia, iver Comahints anad Billions Dis
' ases, with their weil Itnown .attendanis, Sick
llend-steha &c. has induced the idersigned to
'muakar arraingemaents to-receise their st.;cke dii
rect from the Proprietor, and would pay to theIr
- numerousa customers that they are pareparedl t
s upply them wholesale or .retail at N. York
DRl. GORD)ON'S YEGETA BLE ANTI-s
t[OR TIII*CUngR EO BI LLIOUS FEVERt,
Yellow Fever, Rtemitte~nt anud lute'rmittenat Fe
.vers, ltn~aamattry. Nervo~us and P'qtrid Pever,
Piain in the I lead, dle. B:ack andl Sitamach, In.
iammatioan of thae Brain, Stoach,~ LumLre,
Liier, Kidneyr., Tharoat andi Chest; Dropsy,
Arafla, SViphilis Sick ltenadachec, Rheumnatisa,
Cholic, Low Sp.irits, Dysjaaepsin, Ilysterics.
Dr. Gordota's Pills are trualy the sick ann's
friend. No traveller' or: family should lbe wlth
out them.-Thaejr tinie spdministration will
prevent much patiand s' ering, and save manty
-For Sale in Augusta by Hanviland, Risley &
Co., ins Sumnterville, S. C. by A. J. blOSES,
.nnl on enqiuiry will be fimnn' in All1 the Towns
nad Country 'St ores in the south'cn States.
Priec 2% CEN'lTS per 'uox..
TESTI MON IA L.S.-Extractof aletter~fromn
IDr. Waine, of Philadelphia, Feb. 2, l1AI.
'o Your Pills are thb mailest in their opeations,
- andi yet' most powerful in thefr efleets, of any
thant I have ever'metc with in a practice of eight
adtwenty years-Their action~ ont the ehyle,
and ence on the impurities of thie blood, is
evidently very surprising.
Extract of a letter f'rom Dr. [Hny .lalI, of
Quebaec, L. C., March ); .1811-"PIdr billiuus
-fevers, sick headaches. torpaidityof the tboweis,
anal enlarge-ent of the spleen, Dr. Peters'
Pil' nare atn excellent tmedicine." tor sale lby
all the IDruggists in Auhgulsta, 11aryharg andu
"Chtar'eston;-in Sutetrvgile by A J~ Mnas.
Also. ior sale by, A. J. MOSES, and O')rig.
t giuts generually, 1I R RSlDm N'S OIw FM ENT
( ~an mnfailinig rea i n the cture of.all linds ol
-VWounda, Sores,. Sealds and Burns and the
.lPiles. Price 50t cents.
N. CAROLINA BACON.
500O pounids North Carolina Bacon, for sde
ly a. mrKSOmr &. L ATTA
e41 6ni Mrs
f" 1825. H41eh
analfie ahnA lugiRnfi tsJ'"7d
1111111ai his d1tado i
vives the mnr-ie~
4D R7 1'43
niipy lnte r s. pd qi '
('f _GE MQ nIGJ,is
saat "otn, fie masyi %tp rl f
.ive Ier wates >r~
raragpence'fin ffl-, ad cri ,,
WWIh 6rwihial-nce tmya, .h2 0i ae~
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