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T "mil i i, Jul i n I hi 'I HIIMIWIiltt ijgt 1 1 gHff'O
flOlC OF APPLICATION. FOR. U.
H, A. ea Survey No. 1S2V
kn!('4 Stai?I.and'fonipl Tifotif , Arfsi
, $pef3 is yjsjtEih: given, nahat
Jn- iturmmnow, ut; Ghtjtei) Six of OlUle.
WlUWYfl. & thtj, IJ(5Vlftat Statute. Qf
tUie United States, the South Blsbee
(HUjM4nlne.'!nd TJvjiaJte Improve
ment Conpany.. av Qprnoratlon. whose
Post Gtllce. nddrps8"ls Blpbce, Avlrona,
by Lynn Ite.Un.-Us authorized agent,
los,e postoftlp.e addrca. Is Lob An
t?&, (lltyritfa,, claiming the follow
ing lode mtnlrts locations, to-wlt: 1,109
fipet of the Cojper Glance Lode, cQver
Ulf? 990, feet North, 49' degrees 52 mln
tea W fjfim the discovery shaft,
and 209 feet. South, 49' degrees 02 min
utes East therefrom, with surface
jjround WO ftf In- width;-1,109 feet of
the California, Lode, covering 210 feet
jjorth, GO decrees West from the dis
covery ijhaci.nndSWfeet"South, 00 do-Lm.-
Ennt therefrom, with- surface
uround COO feet In width; 1.134" feet of
lie Contentment "Lode, covering t0
ifcet. North. 43 degrees 27 mlnuteB West
tttxn the. discovery shaft, and 234 feet
3r...ih ja iiirrtes- 27 mlhutes East
therefrom, with surface ground COO feet
In width: V.U4 feet of the ctmnuence
Lode, coverlhg 910 feet North. 43 de
Erjaas. 25 minutes West from the dls
Sjvwyrsilari and 24 feet South, 43 de
grees 23 minutes East thcneiVom. with
surface ground COO feet In width; 1,134
feet ofthe(ramstoek Lode, covering 913
feet NorJUj. degrees 25 minutes Went
from the discovery shaft and 19 feet
South. 4J' dgrcos 25 minutes East
therefrom.. with Burfncc ground COO feot
In width; r.JWfeet of the Bryan Lode,
wiveilng 1,040- feet North. IS degree
'32 minutes West from the dtecowry
shaft, and 260 feet South, IS degress-33
minutes East tnerefrom. with siratace
ground COO feet In width; and HS5-It-et
of. the Modoc Lode, covering HMO faet
Vtf&uth, 12 degrees 20 minutes East from
the discovery shaft and 360 feet North.
12 degrees 20 minutes West therefrom.
wlth-surface ground GC0 feet In width;
sail, bearing gold, silver and copper, and
Situate In the Gila Land District. War
am Mining District. Cochise County,
Arizona, has made application to the
United States for a patent for the said
kilning claim, which 1b more fully de
scribed as to metes' and bounds by the
TDfllclal JPlat -posted on the claim, and
by the Field Notes f survey thereof,
wttfllo-inithe offlce-of the United States
Land Office at Tucson. Arizona, which
Field Notes of survey describe the
boundaries and extent of said claim on
the surface with magnetic variation at
11 degroos 45 minutes East as follows,
. Survoy No. 13fc Copper Glance
&odc. Beginning at corner No. 1, beln
the Northwest corner of location, a
pine- posfc surrounded by a. nibund of
stones, scribed W392 C. G.. L., whoncc
the North end center pf the Rryan Lode
of this survey beam North 13 degrees
Jill minutes 30 seconds. West 4i.2 feet
and" the polnj of Intersection of the
North end Jine ot thin lode and the
North end llhp f the Bryan Lode of
tills survey bears- Btorth 4G degrees 52
minute, East S5.5 feet., and United
States mineral monument No. 4 boars
North 27 degrees 15?i minutes Weat
8.11" feet: "thence North 40 degrees 02
nrfnutas. East 83.5 feet to intersection
with line l-? Bryan lode of this survey
- at North 80 degrees 17. minutes, East
. 225.5 feet from corner No. 2 Bryan lode
v-aforesald, OOAi feet to corner No. 2
. Jiience South 49 degrees 52 minutes,
East 1.109 feet to corny; No,. 3: thence
vy South 48 degree 52' mlnuton, West 600
Suteet to.corercr No. 4itlentibsl with cor
oner No. 2 of the Contenttriant Lode of
vUtS survey; thence North 49 degrees 52
minutes. West '(jtfO.TS feet to intersec
tion with llne2-vS of Bryan lode of this
survey at South 18 degrees 33 minutes,
51st 494.91 feet from' corner No. 2 ot
the Bryam lode aforesaid, 1,189 feot to
corner No. r, the place of beginning.
Survey' No. 1392. California Lodo. Be
ginning at corner No. 1, being the
JaHthwest corner of location and iden
tical with corner No. 2 of the Copper
Glance -Lode of this Burvey, a pine post
:.;ttuxirondr ny a imiuml' of earth and
'stones, BcriUen" r-1392 Cal., L.; whence
United States mineral monument No. 4
bears North 31 degrees 24 minutes.
West S.375 feet; thence North 46 de
crees 52 minutes, Ent COO feet to corner
Ko. 2; thence South 49 degrees 52 min
utes, East 1,109 feet to corner No. 3:
thence South 46 degiees 02 mlnutea.
West 600 feet to corner No. 4; thence
North 49 degrees 52 minutes, West 1;109
ffet' tt corner No. 1, the- place of be
ffljnrrtrrg. Sbrvcy 'No. 1392. Contentment Lode.
Beginning at corner No. 1, being jthe
Northwest corner of location, a pine
gost surrounded by a mound of earth
imd stones, scribed 1-1392 Ct. L.;
whence Northoaufci-ntoo of the Modoc
Lode of this survey bears South 1 de
cree 47 minutes 47 seconds. East 69.41
feet: and corner No. 3 of the Bryan
Eode of thlB survey bears South 86 ift
sawi 24 minutes 7 seconds, East 297.9S
feet ami" United States mineral monu
ment No, 4 bears North 26 degrees
20 1-3 minutes, W.osU90JlLteet; thence
Nbrth 46. degrees- 52 minutes, East in
SbrBcctlhK Hhv 2-3 of the Bryan Lo3e of
rtlln nunvoy at ft point 3.52 feet North,
IP. ilnirrcps 52 minutes East from the
North end cuntcr of this lode, nnd North
IB degree 33 minuter. West 238.62 feet
frtim corner No. 3 of nrynn Lode nfbrc
sald. COO feet to corner No. 2: thence
South 43 degrees 27 minutes. East 11S4
Jfeef to corner No. 3, identical with cor
ner No. 4 of th,e Conlldencc Lode of
this survey; thenen Soutlh 46 degrees
52 mtlrutes. Went" AWT feet to corner No.
4- thence North 43 degrees 27 minutes.
Wtort Interoectlng the' llhe 2-2 of the
Mbdbr Lodo of this survey, at a point
'579 3 feet from corner No. 4 of thlB lode,
and South 12 degree 20- minutes, Ittst
'.wr-f&et from corner No. 2 of the Mo
doc Lode aforesaid, and Intersecting
line' 3-4 of the Bryan Lode of th b nur
wy. at South 43' degrees 27 minutes.
Hlfst 82.6 feet f row corner No. 1 or thlB
H..O. ,.,,,1 iwnrth so decrecB 17 minutes,
East 2K.23 feet from corner No. 3 of the
Bryan Lode, aforesaid. 1.131 feet to
ewrner No. 1. the place of beginning.
Survey No. 13ft2. Confidence Lode. Bc
glnniiMC at ctrntr" ?fo. 1, being tner
northwest corner of location, Identical
with corner No. 2 of the Contentment
Cod? of this Hiirvcy, a pine poBt sur
i minded by &. mound' oT earth and
stonew.- ncrlbedrt-1335(.Ce D.;- whence
ffnltcttf Statefl mineral" monument No.
4 bearw NortH' 29 degreeB 56 mlnuttes:
ft'est 9.1B1" t: thence North 46 de
jreur 52 mlhtitt". Wnrtt.600' feti tot on
iT Vrf-2,tMHt fitmiiti 4 tleawem "i7
mlnyioa. East 1.134 feeb'to roi'nor l6o. S
jthenocb South 40) degpeefl 62 mtetes.
wesb 600 feet to corner os.- wsnee
North 43 degrees 'iTinintMC'1'18
.feot to corner No. !. the plafc of be-
te,nff-.... ' . ...
u suryey"No, ish. comstocK iiipue. -dv-gmnlng
at corner No. 1, being the
Northwoet oonnei-QfrlQC-tiW and iden
tical with corner No. 2 of the Confl
dence Lode of this- survey, and corner
No. 4 of thfc California Lode and cor
ner No-. 3 of the Copper Glance Lode
of thla-aupvey, a pine post surrounded
by a mound of earth ana wanes,
iscrlbeil 1-1392 Ck. L.; whence- United
.States mineral monument- xsp. 4 Dears
North 33 degrees 3814 minutes. West
9,033 feetr,- thence North 4fi degrees 62
minutes. East COO feet to corner No. 2;
thence Soutlh 43 degrees 27 minutes,
East lUOJjfaet to corner No. 3, thence
South 46 degrees 52 minutes, West 600
f&it to corner No. 4 thence North 43
degrees 27 minutes West 1,134 feet to
corner No. 1, the place of beginning.
Survey tfa 392. Bryan Lode-- Be
ginning at cowier No. 1, being the
Northwest cornea- of location, a plns
po?t surrounded by o mound of stones
scribed 1-1392 B. L.; whence United
States mineral monument No. 4 bears
Nc th 23 decrees 47 minutes WeBt, 7,
819 i feet; thence North 80 degrees 17
minutes, East 300 feet; whence corner
No. 1 of the Copper GRtnce-Lode of this
survey beflrB Sotith 13 degrees 31 min
utes 30 seconds. East 47.2 feet, 374.5 feet
Intersecting line 1-2 of the Qonpor
Glance- Lodo of this survey at North
46 degrecH 52 minutes, East SC.5 feet
from OHnaer No. 1 of that lode, 600 feet
to cotrnfi' No. 2; thence South IS de
grees 35" minutes. East 494.91 feet to In
tersection of lino 1-4 of the Copper
Glance I.ode of this survey n South 49
degrees 52 minutes. East 578.2.2 feet
from corner No. 1 of the Copper Glanci
HLode nf.orcsntd, 1,061.33 fewt to Intersec
tion with lino 1-2 of the Contentment
'Lode of this survey a& North 46 ue-
srees 02 minutes. East ..0".52 feet from
corner No. 1 of Contentment Lode
aforesaid, 1,300 feet to corns- No. 3 of
this lode: thence South 30 degrees 1"
minutes. West 241.23 feet to intersec
tion with line 1-4 of Contentment Lode
of thus survey at South 43 degrees 27
minute?, East 82.6.ftt from corner No
1 of Contentment Lode aforesaid, 600
feet to corner No. 4, Identical with cor
ner No. 1 of the Modoc Itode of this
iiirvey: thence North IS degrees 33
(minutes, West 1,500 feot to corner No.
I, I be place of beginnlm?..
Survey No. 1392. Modoc Lode. Be
ginning at corner No. 1, being the
iNorthwest corner of locitton, and Iden
tical with corner S 4 Krynn. Lole of
this survey, a pine post surrounueu Dy
a mound of earth and stonos, scribed
1-1392 M. L.: whence United States
mineral monument No. 4 teeais North
2S degrees 2 minutes, West 9.115 feet
and corn.r No. 1 of the Contentment
Lode of this surYeyJhHlJrs North 07 de-
i?iec: 4'J minutes, Ea;3t1l'7.5-fejt; thenc
.North SO degrees lrlr.Inutos, East 313.77
ttH to intersection of line l'-4 of Con
tentment Lode of this survey at South
13 degrees 27 minutes,. East 82.G reel
from corner No. 1 of the. Contentment
Lode afort-said, 6Q0 feet to corner No. 2
,of this lode. Identical with corner No.
3 of the Bryan Lode of this survoy:
thence South 12 degrees 20 minutes,
East 393 feet to; poln of intersection
with line 1-4 of tho Ccmtwtment Lode
of this survey at South 43 degrees 27
minutes. East 554.7 feet fiom corner
No. 1 of the Contentment" Lode afore
'Mild. l.rCO feet to corner No. 3: thence
South 80 degrees 17 minutes, West 600
feet to corner No. 4. thence North 12
defrees 20 minutes. West 1.500 feet to
corner No. 1, the place of beginning.
TOTAL AREA OF CLAIM.
Total and net nrca of Copper Glance
Lode, 15.17 acres.
Total and net area of California
'Lode, 15.17 acres.
Total and not area; of Contentment
I.ode, 15.61 acres:
Total and net area of Confidence
Lode, 15.61 acres.
Total nnd net area of Comstock
Lode, 15.61 acre.
Total area Bryan Lode 17.69 acres,
ess area In conflict with Copper Glance
Lode of this sur.vr, WT acres, and less
irea in conflict with Contentment Lode
of this survey, .S4S acrs Net area of
Bryan Lode, 14.913 acres.
Total area Modoc Lode 20.61 acres,
'.ess are.i in conflict with Contentment
Lode of this survey, 1.10 acres. Net
area of Modoc ode, 19.54 acreB.
Net area of this lode claim, 111.622
The surveys of all the above de-
vnrlVir.il 1n,1p aca. Identical With. or
within their respccrtlA-e locations. This
.lalm is located about a mile nnd a half
outh of the town- of Blsbee, in tho
laid Wairen Mining District, said
County of Cochise, and will, when pub
ic land surveys are extended over this
'section or country, bo embraced ap
proximately in Township 23 South,
lange 24 East, Gila and Salt River
Base and Meridian, Arlzmntv
' The amended locations of the abow
and following described' lodes arc re
corded as follows: Of the Copper
Glance in Book 14,' at page 530; of the
California, In Book 14', at page 530; of
the Contentment, In Book 14 at page
531; of the Confidence, In Book" 14, at
nnep C57: of the Comstock, In Book 14.
at pager-632V of the Bryan. In Book 14,
at page 5?K and of the Modoc in Book
14. at nawErMS-; said book being of the
'iRecordf: tit Mines of the Reconttoi of
Cochise County. Arizona Territory:
, The presumed general course or (Q
rection of the vein, lode, or mineral de
posit of the above described lodes' re
spectively. 1b shown upon the plat post
ed on the clnlhi..aa nearly as can.be de
termined from pnesent development,
this claltm being for the linear feet of
each lode thereof as hereinabove set
forth, respectively, together with the
surface ground shown upon the official
The adjoining claims are: Combina
tion, St. LouIb and Illinois claims (un
Burveyed). Shattuclt; Keating, et. al
claimant BuoUuy O'Neill, Slxteen-to-Onif
and' Arizona- olalms (Survey No.
WW)- owned by appllcnnt herein; ICey
claim (unsurveyed). Waddell i
O'Hnro claimants: claim, name un-
known (unsurveyed), Strong. Mhlhlas
and Sampson, claimants: Lulu claim
(unmtrveyed), Gemehle. waoueu ana
Perrlhg, claimants; Thomas claim (un
surveyed). Dcnn. WllUamB ami IaM
non claimants; on all other sides va
oant and unoccupied land.
Any and all persona clalmlns d
vewftl'y the mining ground, vein, lotle.
I....W. - nu nnrtlnn thr-Tent Bfl. d-
aerlbod, surveyed, platted and applied L
Mtn ma rifles tttafc toii.,
t their adyse- claims we diuly flttej asj
accoxtiiMgt it iw. ana to 9CttStoo
thereunder within tl time, preswrtbed
by law, with the Register of the United
States fcand Office at Tucson, Arizona,
they- will be. barred by the provb&nB
of salt stwhtte.
MILTON R. MOOBE,
Bat of first publtoatioi Frldaiy, Oc
tober 20th, 1899.
U., A,. V&. 69 Survay No. 1282.
ilftrtte State fcawl OtRca,. Tuc, Ari
zona, October 16tB 1899.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That
Martin Costello. whose postofflco ad
dress Is Tombstone, Cochise County,
Arizona Territory, has made applica
tion, for a patent for 1,435. linear feet of
the "Roy" and 1,495 linear- feot of- the
"Leo" mining claims, bearing copper
ana other minerals, situate la, the
"Wweji" Mtoing District Cochise
County Arfsona Tenr-ltory, and de
scribed in the official pla& and field
notosk un SJe in UMs- ofllce, as follows,
"Rqjj" liodj Claim. Beginning at
corner No. r, lt&otlcal with location
corner, a pine post 3 feet long 4 inches
square, set 1 foot in ground, to bed
rock, in mound of stones, scribed 1-12S2
R. M. C, whence United States min
eral monument No. 4 of "Warren"
'Mining District bears- UTorth 62 degrees
22 minutes East 4,225 feet, thence Fouth
4 degrees. 01 minutes West 1.495 feet
to corner No. 2, a nine- post 4 feet long
4 Inches square- in- mound; of atones,
scribed 2-1565: R. M. C; thence South
47 degrees 16" mltnites East 59X5. ftiot to
corner No. 3, Identical with Itoc'ation
corner, a pine post 4 feet long 4 rnchen
A square- In mound or stones, scribed
3-1232 R. M. C; thonce North 49 da
grees 01 minutes East 495 feti t come)
PNo. 4, a pine post 4 feet tmts: t Inches
snunr In mound of stones, scribed
4-1282 BS. M. C; thence Nork'h 47 de
grees 1 mtnute 593.6 feet to plfcce of
beginning. Variation at all corners li
degrees 20 minutes East.
Area 20.25 acres.
"Leo Lode Claim. Beginning at cor
ner No. 1, Identical! with location cor-
Iner and with corner- o. 1 of "Roy"
lode, pcrlbed In at2fi&;n& to marks al
ready noticed r-122 L. M. C, whence
United states mineral monument jNo. 4
bears North 62 degrees 22 mlnute,)3ast
4,223 feet: thonce South 49 degrees 01
minutes West 1,495 feet to corner ,No. 2.
Identical with corner No. 2 "Uoy" Lode
scribed. In addition, 2-1CS2 L. M. C;
thence Ifwth- IS degrees 50 minutes
West 612 feet to corner No. S, a pine
post 3 feet long 4 Inches square In
fmouiul of lock scribed 3-1282 L. M. C,
thence North 52 degrees 22 minutes
East 1.470.5 feet to corner No. 4, a pine
post three ftet long 4 Inches square in
mound of-stone, scribed 4-12S2 L. M. C;
thence Rroh. 24 flegrees 50 minutes
East 522.5 feet to eonner i. 1, the place
of beginning. Variation at all corners.
.12 degrees 20 n-lnutes East.
Area 18.60 aenem.
Total am it? Both locTe claims, 11.85
In Township 23 South of Range 24
East (unsurveyed), Gila and Salt
River Meridian. The locations of thest
mines is recorded in the Recorder's of
fice of Coc-hiFe County, Arizona, on
pages 573-C-T of Book 9. of Records of
Mines. Adjoining claimants are, the
"Wood Chopper," survey No. lfCl, and
"Tip Top," survey No. 1087. on the
Northeast, and the "Wagner," survey
No. 1121. on the Southeast.
All persons holding adverse claims
thereto are required to present the
same before this office within sixty
days fSjam the first day of publication
hereof, or they will be barred by virtue
(of the provisions of the statute.
MILTON R. MOORE,
Diet of first publication. Friday, Oc
tober 20lh, K99.
l Mininu ApiiH'Mtion No 703.
Survey No. 1344.
Unltod States Land Office.
Toctos, October 19, 1890.
NOTICE IS-HEREBV GIVEN, That
In puisuance of the United STwleir Min
ing Laws. M. J. Brophy and E. B. Ma
son, whose postofficc address Is Blsbe.
Cochise County, Arizona, have made
application for patent for fifteen hun-
ril-url tfl TiOn llnnnr fAAt rit iYn 1 .rrAir
I. -,-- ......... v w w.- .u. ....
Ujode mining claim, situated in the Win-
ren Bnnihg District, Cochise County,
TsuTlMry of Arizona, as described by
tnv official plat herewith roatcd and by
the field notes on file In tUe office of
the Register of the United States Land
Office, Gila Land Dlstntrt; Tucson.
Arizona, as follows, to-it:
Magnetic variation for all corners
12 degrees 25 minutes Ease
Beginning at corner No. 1, Identical"
.corner of location which corner being
ra ' m ft eH & SHU
H S E Wl K H
Honmjf looked after in the nlcnce of (lie ten:inta. Rents
collected. Tci m reafoiml)!". HV ijuw linve the ftdtww
iny barjaitiH to offer for cash ; d'm't delay if yon want to
buy, or fonib one oIm) will uit in ahead of you :
M four-room iurnishod house, euutraiily located.
Two twn-ioomeil linuud, riht. Lmtwn.
Ono Uu-roomud house in Brewery t",,,n' ,H'!Vr o!(l fr'veyanl ; fumiiahea
ttilding loth, nlrmnlv Krmicd, $25.00 up, in Brc-twyaikriiu
fine lot, Chihuaiiiia hill. j.nitliil ami u.rtcen; :i7ltiW (Vet lK.
Ono lioun- and lot, Hieuory (julcii. ikmi li.s;a!(, no.irwtvon road.
A four-loom hoifn. Imiro- y'atd, chii'M'ii .i-out lhjj, tojnihtf with ni
loom adobe SIW.
I ii ill
Krat olu88 rooms from 60 centH per ? upwards. FireB for families a
In rooms. Goal mcnj-n2ffcent8 JlUr iiUuchetl to the.fhouse.
tioH giutraiitectf n no pav.
m,a8li( a witness corner No. 1 beuif
:Notfc 4 degreesj 5 minutes west, 93
-"- VVC V J. IW.-1 IU11S
Sftuare set In a mound of stones, one
foot In ground) t bed-rode s:rtbfcd
1-tttt W. G, L, M. C. heaw United
States mlaemli Bpuvmet No. 1 of th"
"Wan-en Mining District, beam South 5.
degrees 48 rolnute East 5,987.4 fe-'t
fom true cme polntr thence So-'it i
64 degrees- 24 minutes West. 750 fett "
center of East skle- line, a pine poo '
feot long, 4 Inches, aiuare set in mound
- stones 1.500 feet same bearing .o
corner No 2, a pine post 3 feet lour,
4 inchest square art In mound of stones,
10 lncl&ei t sctiund, scribed 2-1344 L.
3. Cv: tbfiacoi nartle 49 degrees 54 mliw
uteA 'Vest, 300 feet to South end cc-n-teir
iftoe pos.t 3Vi feet high set in
9)iUr& ot stones. 18- Inches la, g.rouml.
R5lhed L. M. C. 1344. 601.2 feet, sanit
bearing t cerner No. 3, a pine post 3
feet long, 4 Inches square, set on X
chiseled In bed-rock, surrounded by n
mound of stones, scribed 3-1341-LMC:
thence North 54 degrees 25 minutes
Easti. 760 feat to center of Weat side
line, a pine post In mound f ston.es:
1,500 feet same bearing to corner No.
4. identical with a corner of location,
a pine post 3 feet long, 4 tnchea- JAre,
set 18 Inches in ground, surrounded by
mound of stones, sOs4 4-1344-L. M.
C; thence South 4ft ijegrecs 54 mtnutea
East 301.2 feet to. eiter end monument,
ldetttteal with: bHpa monument; a
pine post 3 feet long. 4 Inches square
set on X chiseled on a reef of rocks,
auatounded by a mound of lUonerf,
scrf L. M C. 1314; 591.7 feot same
bearing to witness corner No. 1, already
dejKElbed; 601.2 foet to corner Na. 1
Ctha truo corner) the place of begin
ning. Area of claim, 20.059 acres.
The said mining claim being of record
in the office of the Recorder of Cochise
County In Book 14, Reco? of Miaee.
pages 22 nnd 23, at Tombstone, in the
I County ajid T&MiUory aforesaid, the
presumed geaeimr course or direction of
Hthe said Labrador vein, lode or min
eral deposit being shown upon the plat
posted herewith, as near as can be de
termined from present developments,
this claim being for fifteen hundred
f (1,300) linear feet thereof, together with
the surface ground fchown upon the
official plat posted herewith, the said
vein, lode and mining premises hereby
sought to be g&teajtel, being bounded
js follows, to-wlt: There are no ad
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely any portion of said mine or
.'urfttce ground are required to file
tht-ir advw.se claims with the Register
of the United States Land Office at
Tucson, Pima County. In the Territory
of Arizona, during the sixty days
period of pubUeaiisa thereof, or they
will be barred1 by vfrtrr of the provis
ions of the statute.
MILKTD3S R. MOORE.
Kirnt I'ul.licaion. October 21, 181)9.
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